According to CBS News, the former president remarked on the Russian-Ukrainian battle but condemned NATO, which he feels is a “paper tiger.” “At what point do countries say, ‘No, we can’t endure this tremendous crime against humanity any longer?'” We cannot allow this to happen. We can’t let this happen any longer.”
The 45th President of the United States joked that we should “flag” F-22 fighter planes with the Chinese flag and “bomb the s***” out of Russia.
“And then we say, China did it,” the former president continued, drawing laughs from the audience, according to the source. “Then they start fighting, and we just sit back and watch.” He also suggested that he intends to run for president again in 2024.
According to Reuters, the Russian president stated that his objective was to “demilitarize and de-Nazify” his neighboring country so that it would be neutral and not a danger.
“These sanctions are comparable to a declaration of war, but thank God it hasn’t come to that,” Putin told a group of flight attendants at a Russian carrier Aeroflot training center in Moscow. “There isn’t a single conscript, and we don’t intend to have any,” Putin remarked. “Our troops will complete all tasks.” I have no doubts about that. “Everything is going according to plan.”
He also ruled out the possibility of martial law being proclaimed in Russia. “There is now no need for any type of special rule on Russian territory,” he stated. Dmitry Peskov, a Kremlin spokesperson, accused the Western coalition of states against Russia of acting like criminals.
“As you know, there must be a proportionate response to economic banditry,” he explained. “This does not imply that Russia is isolated,” he contended. “The globe is too wide for Europe and America to isolate a country, especially a country the size of Russia.” There are several more countries in the world.”
He stated that many of the countries that are currently boycotting Russia will return someday, but that many would discover that their positions had been stolen by other corporations from other countries. “A period of rising economic development will follow this period,” the official stated.
And a time when these same corporations will return to the market, eager to make up for lost ground and reclaim their positions. “In certain cases, we will have to wait for them [the firms].” “We’ll wait for them less in other areas because their jobs will be stolen by corporations from other nations,” he added.