Russia President Vladimir Putin said this morning "Dominion of the world is what the so-called West has decided to stake in this game. But this game is a dangerous, dirty, and deadly one. It has no regard whatsoever for the interests of other countries. Whoever sows the wind, will reap the whirlwind."
The remarks came in the context of the Ukraine situation, wherein Russia is undertaking a Special Military Operation to de-Nazify and de-militarize Ukraine, so as to assure Russia's security.
Ukraine wanted to join NATO and place American missiles on Ukraine territory. Those missiles would have about a five minute flight time to Moscow, and about a seven to ten minute flight time to Russia's nuclear missile silos. The Russians said this was a "red line" for their country, they could not sit-by and allow this first-strike capability to develop.
After having tried numerous Diplomatic efforts to avert a fight, Russia was forced to enter Ukraine militarily, to assure its own security.
Now, almost all NATO nations are supplying Ukraine with weapons and money to kill Russian soldiers. The West, through NATO, is in a proxy war against Russia, using Ukrainians to pull the trigger on all sorts of west-supplied weapons.
Russia sees this as actual war upon it, by the west.
For its part, Ukraine has repeatedly and publicly said it will not negotiate a peace with Russia.
The US pressured Ukrainian President Zelenski to ease that stance.
Yesterday, Russia's Foreign Ministry publicly stated "Russia is not and will not negotiate Ukraine with the United States."
Hal Turner Analysis
The west, therefore, has sown the wind.
Putin reminded us that we will reap the whirlwind.
When we do, we will have brought it upon ourselves.