Day after day we hear new frantic claims of a Russian incursion into — or now, invasion of — Ukraine. Thousands of Russian troops are fighting in Ukraine, we are told. The “evidence” is an ambiguous satellite photo procured from a private satellite firm and offered up by a NATO whose member states surely have far more sophisticated satellite intelligence capabilities.
RPI Director Daniel McAdams is on RT to voice his skepticism regarding these new claims, particularly when they are taken together with the endless stream of discredited earlier claims by the US-backed government in Kiev. Would a Russian invasion really consist of a few troops in APV’s with no air or serious artillery cover?