7 Responses to “Why Putin Fragmented His Military: A Tale of Internal Rivalries and Intentional Mismanagement”

  1. Tapestry says:

    No harm in a bit of competition. Russia is a Federation of many countries, and naturally is best run section by section. Britain does the same using a system of regiments based on their locality, plus the Gurkhas and other commonwealth troops – Aussie, NZ, Indian and so on. The US puts together a ‘coalition of the willing’. It’s simply normal for military forces to be made up of many parts. NATO anybody? Fact is Russian fragmentation is doing way better than NATO.

  2. danceaway says:

    Listen to today’s UKColumn covering Deerlove and what he is up to in Ukraine. Openly talking about the break up of Russia amongst other things…..


  3. newensign says:

    I agree Tap, the Matrix’s control is not as absolute as we are led to believe, as its secret control through many layers, that is one of their Achilles heels! As you say Russia is making a better job of it than NATO. That is why the enemy is so desperate to gain absolute top down control. The destiny and spirit of the country will come to the fore despite the machinations of the Enemy!