FAST FIVE: Buchanan Warns Of Putin's "Winter War" On Ukraine
Buchanan Warns Of Putin's “Winter War” On Ukraine Authored by Pat Buchanan, Winter has often proven an indispensable ally of Mother Russia.
It was the heaviest Russian barrage to date in the nine-month war.
Without electricity, food cannot be preserved, stoves do not work, water cannot be pumped.
Winter, from mid-December to mid-March, is the coldest and darkest of the seasons, and it begins in four weeks.
The Polish missile incident, and the noisy clamor that arose for retaliation against Russia for hitting a NATO country, exposed the risks inherent in our many treaty commitments, where we are obliged to go to war for scores of nations, most of which are not remotely related to the security or vital interests of the United States.