US to Send Patriot Missiles, Russia Threatens Hypersonic Missiles


Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has landed in D.C. According to Reuters, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy will meet with Biden, address Congress and seek “weapons, weapons, and more weapons.” As this went on, deputy chairman of the Security Council of Russia, Dimitry Medvedev, visited President Xi and, when the US announced plans to send Patriot missiles, Russia threatened hypersonic missiles. As the US promises to follow Zelenskiy without end, Russia promises to continue until all “tasks are fulfilled.”

Medvedev and Xi together again.

This is Zelenskiy’s first overseas trip since Russia invaded his country.

Zelensky was treated as a hero upon his arrival in the United States, accompanied by US Air Force jets.

Mr. Zelenskiy, dubbed Winston Churchill and George Washington to further his ‘hero’ image, has demanded we put up a no-fly zone that would lead to World War III; launch preemptive NATO strikes on Russia; engage in a swift and more intense military reprisal after claiming Russia attacked Poland when Ukraine did it; not to be afraid of nuclear war; put Nazis in his military; and oppose all negotiations until Putin is overthrown, which isn’t going to happen. He also demanded we pay his bureaucrats’ salaries, and we do.

The US is giving Zelensky another $45 billion for Christmas and weapons, weapons, weapons. That brings the total aid to over $100 billion, not counting the weapons, weapons, and weapons. There is no end or limits since Biden and Congress promised to follow Ukraine seemingly to the burning pits of Hell.

“Zelensky is basically an ungrateful international welfare queen,” Donald Trump Jr. tweeted Wednesday.


Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is scheduled to speak to Congress and President Joe Biden on Wednesday and claim the $45 billion worth of aid designated for Ukraine in the $1.7 trillion omnibus bill is not enough support.


Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said nothing good would come of the trip, and Russia saw no chance of peace talks.

“Weapon supplies (by the U.S.) continue, and the assortment of supplied weapons is expanding. All this, of course, leads to an aggravation of the conflict and, in fact, does not bode well for Ukraine,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.

The White House plans to send long-range Patriot missiles to Ukraine. They can reach Russia and have a range of about 113 miles.

The Patriot missiles could change the way Russia deals with the conflict. The weapons are an escalation.

As Zelensky landed in D.C. to get billions of dollars and weapons, Putin declared “no limit” to military spending. He raised the age of conscription to 30, added another 300,000 soldiers to the army, and declared all “tasks will be fulfilled” in the “new territories” Russia annexed.

NATO and Russia continue to escalate until the planet blows up.


Putin, for his part in Wednesday’s statements, vowed to see the military operation through until all goals are achieved in Ukraine, also pledging to continue giving the military anything it needs.

As the White House approved Patriot missiles for Ukraine spread internationally, Putin indicated readiness to deploy the hypersonic Sarmat missile to Ukraine.

He also said Russia needed to take special note of the importance of drones in the 10-month conflict and said Russia’s hypersonic Sarmat missile – dubbed “Satan II” would be ready for deployment in the near future.

For Kiev, Putin’s new threats will only underscore the need to keep the anti-air defenses and longer-range missiles flowing from the West.


Speaking at an extended meeting of the Board of the Russian Ministry of Defense, Putin said that Russia is facing the “military potential and capabilities of almost all major NATO countries” in Ukraine, adding that this will not stop Moscow from achieving its objectives.

He went on to say that “all information about NATO forces [and] the means which are actively being used against us during the special military operation, are well known” and that all of this should be “carefully analyzed and used” to increase the combat capabilities of Russia’s armed forces and security agencies.

Earlier this month, Putin blasted the West’s policies of shipping weapons to Ukraine and accused the West of fueling “genocide and terror in the Donbas,” saying it is turning Ukraine into “a colony” and “is cynically using the Ukrainian people as cannon fodder, a battering ram against Russia.”


Hypersonic and Patriot missiles, weapons, weapons, and weapons don’t sound noble.

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11 months ago

Through the mouths of the children of Donbass Seven non-fictional meetings

*** Daniel, 10 years old. Donetsk. One evening, Danil talked about his parents, who kept listening to the cannonade outside the windows: “Let’s sleep already, dying in a dream is not so scary!”

*** Masha, 7 years old. Gorlovka. After the shelling, when suddenly there was an unexpected silence, Masha asked her grandmother in a whisper: “Grandma, are we dead? Why is it so quiet?”

*** Sasha, 10 years old. Donetsk. Sasha studies at a music school and does not always succeed. Gets angry sometimes. Sometimes it can doubly grab on solfeggio. And recently there was an arrival at the music school, Sasha burst into tears: “Mom, it’s not my fault. I sometimes wished some nasty things at school, but I’m pretending! I didn’t want the school to be shelled. I honestly didn’t want to.” Barely calmed down the child.

*** Ray, 8 years old. Donetsk. She lies on the carpet and talks to herself: “How interesting … You can’t whistle in the house. But mines whistle in the street. It’s clear that we don’t need this whistle! Neither at home, nor on the street.”

*** Gleb, 8 years old. Makeevka. Wrote a letter to Santa Claus. Brought it to my mom to check. Mom read it and asks: “Why don’t you ask for peace to come?” Gleb frightenedly replies: “I forgot. I wanted to write in capital letters at the end and forgot. So now it will never come?”

*** Ira, 6 years old. Donetsk. – Irochka, what will you be when you grow up? – Grandma, let me grow up first, you see what things are now in the world.

*** Savely, 8 years old. Donetsk. Anna, Saveliy’s mother, said: “We rode a bicycle around the village, the shelling began. They abandoned the bicycle. They ran home. Savely crawled under the covers and forgot for a week that the word “street” even existed, and before that he constantly asked him to “finally let it out”, and then how it cut off.

The Prisoner
The Prisoner
11 months ago

Based on the information I had back then, I supported the USA in Vietnam and the Cold War. We have more information now, and we have learned from past experiences. I do not support US policy. The US is creating conflict. We now live in a nation which has been overthrown. It puts us in danger of going broke, being deprived of food and energy, being unsafe, losing all freedom, and being killed by a war our nation instigated.

11 months ago

Billions for a Ukrainian medal. How nice.

11 months ago

Give Me A Break.

Zelensky give Biden a medalHe thanked the American people for standing proudly with the Ukrainian people and awarded Biden a medal for the American aid Ukraine has received.

How tacky. He shows up in his Castro garb.

11 months ago

You mean the US can’t supply Zaluzhny’s simple request of 2 or 3 ‘armored divisions’, and even more artillery divisions. The US is so cheap.