Natalie’s Commentary: Newt Gingrich brings clarity and a great deal of insight regarding the Russia Ukraine War and what this could possibly lead to. His insightful knowledge of China’s and Russia’s history presents how significant this war is and what to watch for. It’s really on most American’s minds what this tragic war could lead to. ~ Natalie
In the following videos, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich talks extensively about the Russia Ukraine War and what this could lead to and the important relationship between Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin.
The war in Ukraine has become a humanitarian disaster. There are now 10 million Ukrainians displaced by the Russian invasion. They have spoken with multiple aid workers in Ukraine and Poland and all have the same complaint, they cannot get the medicines they need and the vital resources they need to sustain.
Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) in the Senate Intelligence Committee just came back from visiting Ukraine and spoke with multiple aid workers and said, “The bottom line is they need more of everything, They need humanitarian relief and they need more defensive weapons to fight the Russians with and they need it now. One of the things we are finding ourselves in this mind set is because the Ukrainians are showing great courage and President Zelensky is acting like a modern day Winston Churchill rallying the free people around the world for the Ukrainian cause. Vladimir Putin has set seize to Ukrainian’s cities. I’m afraid we are not at the end of Putin’s unprovoked attack against Ukrainians. This is the beginning and they need more humanitarian relief and they need more weapons to defend themselves and their country with.”
Senator John Cornyn added, “The Polls and Germans and all our NATO allies in Europe have been heroic in their response because they understand the need and they know this could happen to them. If Putin decides to extend his aggression beyond the borders of Ukraine into NATO.
It’s really heartwarming to see how the Polls and other NATO allies have opened their hearts and opened their doors in their homes. People are literally living in homes of the residents in those countries and they really don’t know what the future holds. Obviously, women and children and the elderly and the infirm have been trying to make their way out of Ukraine to safety. Meanwhile, the men who are fighting are coming from the opposite direction and offering reinforcements against the Russians. The Ukrainians are doing great work and the folks in the regions are opening their big hearts and showing help to the refugees. We shouldn’t be under any illusion that this is the end in fact this is the beginning.
The UN High Commissioner for refugees Filippo Grandi said, “The war in Ukraine is so devastating that 10 million people have fled or are eithet displaced inside the war torn country, or as refugees abroad.”