In this video, Jacob is interviewed by popular YouTube host Jackson Hinkle to discuss topics ranging from the Ukrainian conflict to the economy.
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LOL, at your remark that a certain dude is a “big creepy guy.” I totally agree. Resembles Idi Amin Dada Oumee
I wish Hinkle and Dreizin would get their content over on Rumble. doesn’t seem like it all makes it across the river over to there. no hate on either of you. that is reserved for yutoob.
I’m on Rumble.
Jacob, I‘m wondering about the frontline near the city of Donetsk, maybe you can shed some light on it and explain this to a layman. Why didn’t the Russians push further west from the city of Donetsk? I know you don’t like maps, but I just watched some video of shooting near the Donetsk airport and I was shocked to see on a map how closed Ukrainian forces are to the city of Donetsk. With all the Ukrainian artillery shells landing on the city, why didn’t Russians and DNR forces push further west in >3 months to create a bigger security buffer in order to better protect the city & civilians? One would think that this would be pretty high on the priority list, right? Thanks!
The blue and yellow flags have been coming down everywhere. There’s one on my way to work, tied to a road sign not on anyone’s property, which will also be coming down very soon….
Love your passion in this interview. Good watch 👍
I don’t think Russia’s opening gambit in sending in lightly armoured, highly mobile troops deep into UA territory across multiple fronts was any sort of attempt to “encircle Kiev”, “intimidate the govt”, or any other such purpose. Not to say that RU wouldn’t capitalize on opportunities, but that their strategy was to create those opportunities sounds like too large a dollop of hope for the RU General Staff to put into any plan. I’d say they had a very firm purpose, and it worked perfectly.
They opened with that gambit because it shocked NATO (sorta like Crimea), and utterly shattered the AFU’s battle plan. Suddenly, instead of the all out attack on Donbas they’ve been planning and training for for 8 yrs, the AFU found themselves defending Kiev, Kherson, Kharkov, Nikolaev etc against fast moving forces deep in their territory backed by a rain of missiles striking even deeper. Net result is that all the AFU’s/NATO’s plans and preparations went out the window. The frontal attack they’d planned and trained for turned out to be the wrong war and they never recovered. The attack never happened and they simply didn’t have a plan for a fighting defence. Instead, they were forced into static positions where they’ve sat ever since. By the time they could’ve perhaps come up with a plan, they didn’t have anything to fight with.
Wars are won on the strategic and operational levels. Russia’s opening gambit gave it the strategic initiative Day 1 and they never lost it. Now they own the war. It will proceed at the pace that RU decides suits their political purposes. I suspect that they’ll go slowly so as to allow time for all the socio-political-economic consequences to make themselves felt, both inside and outside UA, and that by the time this is over, even Central UA will be clamouring for Russian protection/patronage.
Some months before the SMO began, Putin said Ukraine’s actions endangered its own sovereignty. Putin doesn’t bluff. So it will be.
Loved the interview. I’m sure one of the (probably many) reasons you were put on earth is to enlighten us by sharing your neverending knowledge.
Thank you Jacob. You and Scott Ritter agree completely. Scott merely pointed out the “West” has complicated the situation by providing training to Ukro-Nazi army — safely deep in NATO territories, hence increasing Russian deaths while not changing the outcomes…
Jackson Hinkle at only 22 years old shows a very good understanding of world events and an impressive amount of knowledge that would be associated with someone much older.
It’s always good to see like-minded individuals speaking and advancing each other, since so much of one’s ambition is tied to preventing exposure of others who are often viewed as competition.
So glad I was able to catch this live. It is always fun to be part of the future……
The Financial Times have published reports that the huge profits of big business and corporations account for 57% of inflation and yet we blame Putin and workers are told don’t ask for a raise in wages as this will contribute to inflation. It is abundantly clear who Government serves and it isn’t the people.
Mentioned in video – “we are entering a commodity super-cycle”
Some claimed that this has peaked:
The real FX rate 1kCal of food to 1,000 BTU of energy
That is the future.
Nonsense, the FT would never blame corporations for anything, not to mention that U.S. corporate profits (on aggregate) have been DECLINING since late last year at least. Come up with your own talking points, stop drinking the democrat Kool-Aid. I already explained in great detail how both parties and their sponsors are to blame.
sorry , why wont corporates seek to maximize profits ? this is capitalist america , why you want corporate to act like socialist and care about american people ? it is grave sin for capitalist corporation not to maximize profits.