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What Russia’s ‘Loose Talk Of Nuclear War’ Really Means ctm magazine

Russian forces struck in the heart of Kyiv on Thursday as UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres wrapped up a meeting with President Zelenskyy. Retired Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman joins Joy Reid to discuss this and more developments in Russia’s unprovoked war against Ukraine.
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  • Ross Fraser on May 4, 2022

    Terrible presenter …….. why did she get the job ?

  • Smart Money Network on May 4, 2022

    It's important to not "gloss over" that he reporter stated the American who was killed was attached to a military contractor in UKR. His death is no less tragic, but he was a mercenary, paid to be there, not a volunteer fighting for a cause. Geopolitical conflict is complicated. We are done a dis-service when the media tries to paint a simple but skewed picture of what is going on.

  • Rodney Irwin on May 4, 2022

    Someone needs to send Puton the 80s movie The day after and get himself a reality check

  • Breyer Belrose on May 4, 2022

    It's really sad that I, and probably many others, have reached a point where we don't even flinch at the word "nuclear war" anymore.

  • beautiful nature on May 5, 2022

    Free Palatine

  • Tahuan Tinsuyo on May 5, 2022

    Vinny is lying. The Ukraine/ultranationalist/NATO trained army is already defeated. Ukraine had the best combat tested army in NATO, and Russia has defeated them. Putin demanded a peace agreement with Ukraine and US, and US said no. Well, said Russia would have a "military and technical response", and here it is . Putin doesn't bluff. The nuclear threat is real.

  • Anthony Spadafora on May 5, 2022

    Im concerned that after the nuclear war the right wing survivors are going to go after the Democrats that supported Biden in a Mad Max fashion! It may be wise to remove your blue hair and any social media that ties you to Biden. There are many preppers out there that are hoping for this war!

  • Day Trader on May 5, 2022

    Why focus on one person that is a US citizen getting killed in Ukraine? That was HIS decision to go there. HE was getting paid VERY GOOD to make HIS DECISION to be there and HE knew the risk of being there.
    We as US CITIZENS frown on his death when HE made that decision to be there.
    Get off of trying to exploit this man’s death in the news and social media! Don’t use this man’s death to gain popularity!!
    That just makes me sick to know a network would do that!

    With that said,
    Prayers go out from me and my family to him and his family. A very honorable veteran, soldier, husband, son, father and most of all a very brave soul. I’m very sorry for your loss and will be keeping you in my prayers. I am a veteran myself and just got very lucky to be out of the war and safe back at home. May peace be with you friend.

  • Freddy Kruger on May 5, 2022

    What it really means is that the U.S. is now considering an all-out nuclear preemptive strike to completely destroy Russia. They might hit the U.S. with a few missiles but Europe will be mostly spared.

  • f Sec on May 5, 2022

    You are now seeing why the Supreme Court was too afraid to get involved with The Stolen Election.

  • Mark on May 5, 2022

    Under at least 5 scenarios, nuclear deterrence may fail. Deterrence of any sort relies on logical and proportional thinking, but this is bound to fail at some point, and deterrence will also fail. The five conditions under which nuclear deterrence can fail: (1) DOOMED LEADER, Kim Jong Un would launch. (2) DOOMED NATION, Israel will launch. (3) DERANGED LEADER, Hitler would launch. (4) ACCIDENTAL LAUNCH, especially under a heightened, hair trigger alert. (5) FAILED PROJECT, Putin might launch. Nuclear deterrence will work, up until the moment it fails.

  • ProjectEpic on May 6, 2022

    Two of the most loathsome people in America

  • ProjectEpic on May 6, 2022

    So, the corrupt Biden Admin is supporting a corrupt Ukrainian government against a corrupt Russian government. Got it. You people are sheep.

  • wq bak on May 6, 2022

    We'll keep on analysing,keep thinking u understand Putin ,keep pushing towards Russia USA's and NATO's arrogance know no bounds till Putin pushes the little red button and then they will all talk about how evil Putin is and never even remember usd33billionplus weapons to Ukrainian s to fight Russia ,the blame lies with the USA in its arrogance it is shifting goals to motivate Ukrainian s to attack russian motherland stupid NATO and USA doesn't realise the demotivated russian soldier invading ukraine will have a rallying cry to defend the motherland and history will repeat itself

  • Darwin Whitt on May 6, 2022

    You all should be proud of your president Joe Brandon by now

  • Guy Ormiston on May 7, 2022

    Good thing Hillary only sold Russia 20% of our Uranium when she was Secretary of State under the Obama/Biden Administration.

  • Andrew Santos on May 7, 2022

    The Russians on Russian state tv must of got their inspiration from ISIS. How can you talk so calmly about everyone dying in a nuclear strike and wanting them to be used. You need to have a couple screws missing for sure.

  • Randy R on May 9, 2022

    A nuclear war will lead to the end of the planet and humanity. Even if you do survive, the world will be unlivable. Need any proof, just look what happened after a nuclear power plant having a meltdown. Still can't go anywhere near there. The thinking that a nuclear war is needed and good is total insanity! Read Helen Caldicoft's book Missile Envy

  • Lauren Heintz on May 12, 2022

    Putin can’t be allowed to do what he’s doing. Call his bluffs but don’t engage Russia directly unless Putin crosses some red line we can’t accept. Eventually Putin’s threats will be laughed at and his own generals will know Putin is a major embarrassment and f up.

  • Jski on May 13, 2022

    A nuclear threat is all that Russia has. I think we have seen from the invasion of Ukraine that any real military would massacre the Russian Army so their only threat now is a nuclear threat.

  • Boris- Biohazard on May 14, 2022

    wrong, first of all, no one will be stupid to think that these railways are not used to supply weapons, what kind of diplomats are Nazi villains

  • Marsargox Miso on May 19, 2022

    It means nothing they thought they can take Ukraine without resistance, it shows that their military on the ground isn’t as impressive as everyone thought, actually pretty bad, so they use nuclear threat to puff up their chest but seeing as the amount of casualties that this would cause just shows you the carelessness of this countries leadership and that’s frightening. In the end of it all Russia is embarrassed and I sure would be too.

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