|Nation||Area (sq mi)||Population||GDP (USD)|
|Canada||3.9 million||38 million||1.6 trillion|
|China||3.7 million||1.4 billion||14 trillion|
|Estonia||17,000||1.3 million||31 billion|
|France||210,000||67 million||2.6 trillion|
|Germany||138,000||83 million||9 trillion|
|Poland||121,000||38 million||594 billion|
|Russia||6.6 million||144 million||1.5 trillion|
|Ukraine||233,000||44 million||155 billion|
|United Kingdom||50,000||67 million||2.7 trillion|
|United States||3.8 million||330 million||21 trillion|
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Should make you wonder why so many Democrats and Republicans appear to want to rush us into a military conflict with Russia regarding Ukraine.
The Biden administration appears to want to use this mostly unexplained by the main street media conflict as an opportunity to prove how strong they are on the international stage.
How would most Americans feel if Mexico were to align with Russia and allow Russian military hardware (defensive and offensive) to be positioned all along the Mexican northern border and the very real possibility of Russian military advisors also stationed along the Mexican northern border for training and practice?
Just think about the very real possibility of any high ranking, power hungry career Generals on either side of NATO (including the US) or Russia who might see the possibility of a “limited nuclear exchange” as a geopolitical opportunity.
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I agree. Decades from now no one will remember today’s crisis, unless it should explode.