This could be one of the most interesting and dangerous weeks in world history.
A crazy or bold statement, perhaps, but the average American is so pathetically disinterested in reality that when events begin to unwind on a global basis they simply defer to the government “experts” rather than research what is happening and why.
Today for example President Biden is visiting Ukraine, something that will definitely elicit a response from President Putin.
(👴🇺🇸)🇺🇦Eyewitness also claim that a motorcade of American SUVs are running mock runs in Kiev, in anticipation of someone important coming. pic.twitter.com/2ueTbSfu3H— AZ 🛰🌏🌍🌎 (@AZgeopolitics) February 20, 2023
Meanwhile, Wang Yi arrives in Moscow today which could indicate that a major action is imminent. The Russian government gave President Xi a heads up before the invasion last year, so a major increase in military action or change could be in the cards this week.
There are already unconfirmed reports of increased Russian military activity in the Sumy-Kharkov regions thus indicating a possible axis of attack for the upcoming offensive that has been long rumored to begin.
lots of shelling on the Sumy Kharkiv line the last 48h pic.twitter.com/8RS2cJIYFO— — GEROMAN — time will tell – 👀 — (@GeromanAT) February 20, 2023
On the southern front the sudden arrival, still unconfirmed outside of this Russian promoted video, units from the Wagner PMC group appears in the Zaporozhye region:
Loads of Wagnerites arriving in Zaporozhye region pic.twitter.com/dpcx8NFg1n— The Human Fund 🇷🇺🇷🇺🇷🇺📶pct (@TheHumanFund5) February 19, 2023
That should be enough for the UkAF to move a brigade south in panic.
In the mean time on the domestic front, another balloon has appeared, the U.S. military is cleaning out every stockpile of remaining old military equipment for Ukraine, relations with China are the worst they have been since before Nixon and the economy is getting spicy.
What do I mean by spicy?
Here are the key data points to watch on Thursday and Friday of this week:
But don’t worry folks. America’s best and brightest are running our economic and foreign policy.