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UK Troops to Ukraine Not a Good Idea After All

It was reported on September 30 that UK Defense Secretary Grant Shapps wanted to deploy British troops to Ukraine to train their troops.

It seems the British government has dropped their standards a little—I mean, in the past, if the mission was risky, they would first or instead send in Canadians and/or Australians and/or New Zealanders or Indians. But that is perhaps beside the point.

It was reported the next day that Dmitry Medvedev was not happy, that British military instructors in Ukraine would be “a legal target for our armed forces”.

Well, one can’t say the Russians haven’t warned you.

To make it clear, he reportedly said, “Understanding perfectly well that they will be ruthlessly destroyed. And not as mercenaries, but namely as British NATO specialists.”

On the same day—and I am unsure if this was after the comment by Medvedev—UK PM Rishi Sunak thought the psychopathic Defense Secretary’s idea wasn’t such a good one after all: “But that’s something for the long term, not the here and now. There are no British soldiers that will be sent to fight in the current conflict.”

Yeah, should have realized that a few billion pounds and tens of thousands of deaths ago.

Canadian troops, 1918.
Canadian troops, 1918.

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