Russian Warfare Redux

We continue to watch the perfidy and the unspeakable criminality involved in dealing in any way with Vladimir Putin. Of course he will agree to allow the grain to leave the port of Odessa – but first he will have to strike the port with missiles. His attack on Ukraine is not a war; it … Continue reading Russian Warfare Redux

Fixing the Canadian Military

The Arbour Report on sexual misconduct in the Canadian Forces was tabled this week and considering the author, the report held few if any surprises.  Justice Arbour is an unrepentant social justice warrior and good for her, but what the learned Justice seems unwilling (for she is certainly capable) of understanding is that the world … Continue reading Fixing the Canadian Military

Russian Warfare

Winston Churchill once said: Battles are won by slaughter and maneuver. The greater the general, the more he contributes in maneuver, the less he demands in slaughter. What we are seeing in Ukraine is generalship of the worst kind. Like the child in the midst of a temper tantrum, the Russian military is attempting to … Continue reading Russian Warfare