Russia on brink of Ukraine invasion with thousands of troops amassed close to border

There are fears that Russia could be on the verge of a major invasion of Ukraine as thousands of troops and deadly weapons gather near the border and a warning is issued

Satellite images from November 1, 2021 show the presence of a large ground force operation on the northern edge of the city of Yelnya, Smolensk Oblast, Russia (

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Russian forces approach a massive invasion of Ukraine with thousands of troops and deadly weapons near the border.

The warning – backed by warnings from American intelligence – could include 100,000 soldiers, artillery, lethal missiles and massive tank formations.

It is because Russia-backed Belarus is also “armed” migrants by forcing them towards the Polish border while troops try to prevent them from crossing.

Moscow is simultaneously deploying devastating “anti-Covid-Jab propaganda demonstrations” in Ukraine and spreading other harmful lies about Kiev.

It came as the White House sent warnings to Europe and NATO allies about recent fears of an invasion of Ukraine – without giving details from intelligence analysts.

Moscow is simultaneously deploying devastating “anti-Covid-Jab propaganda demonstrations” in Ukraine
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America has warned NATO allies that Moscow commanders could militarily prepare for an extension of their Ukraine annexation program – just as they did in 2014.

Almost overnight, hundreds of thousands of Russian troops flooded Crimea and effectively occupied the peninsula, which is still part of Ukraine.

British Russia expert Bruce Jones told The Mirror last night: “The Kremlin does not want to return to its former Soviet status, it wants to surpass it.

It is because Russia-backed Belarus is also “armed” migrants by forcing them towards the Polish border while troops try to prevent them from crossing
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“She regards the last years of the USSR as shameful and weak and forgettable. Ruling factions want and have great plans to surpass this status. “

At the same time, Moscow detests, hates, and abhores the West profoundly for the outcome of the Cold War, the fall of the USSR, for repeatedly causing “deliberate” economic crises and, worst of all, the stationing of troops as far as the Russian border.

In a warning from Ruslan Demenchko, the first deputy for national security on the Ukrainian Defense Council, Ukraine warned of a new “wave of destabilization from Russia”.

He said Russia cut gas supplies to Ukraine while blocking alternative fuel supplies amid fears Moscow could impose power outages to avoid civil unrest.

It is feared that deadly weapons will be piled up at the border
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Moscow’s ghosts have also tried to undermine confidence in Kiev by instilling confidence in the vaccination program, according to Ukraine.

Demenchko said: “The efforts of the Ukrainian authorities to fight the pandemic are described as an attack on human rights and call for the masses to protest for the lifting of the restrictions.”

There are also fears that Moscow’s spies are fueling the uprising across Ukraine by arranging further anti-government protests.

According to Demenchko, this type of hybrid warfare reaches the “boiling point”.

The Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko is accused by the EU of forcing migrants to enter Poland
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Russia has massively expanded its military capabilities in recent years and bought up new and deadly thermobar and hypersonic weapons.

It has also recently received deadly flame launcher tanks capable of wiping out platoons of enemy forces in trenches and terrain.

Hypersonic missiles can reach nine times the speed of sound and are virtually impossible to hit from the sky.

Thermobaric weapons can be fired from 18-tube multi-launch missile systems that fire missiles nearly 50 miles and destroy areas the size of a soccer field.

Flame-throwing tanks could wreak havoc along the Ukrainian border.

Russia’s possible invasion forces have built up in military camps near the strategically important cities of Yelnya, Bryansk and Kursk, with Kiev also strengthening the border.

Ukrainian commanders have dispatched an additional 8,500 troops to the 300-mile, heavily militarized border with Russia.

The Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko is accused by the EU of forcing migrants to enter Poland, which deployed 15,000 soldiers to secure the border.

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