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The Saker: Russia’s Military Superiority & Response to NATO-Pentagon

Posted on Nov 15, 2017 by in Podcast |

Former military intelligence officer The Saker gives an update on the New Cold War and explains how Russia has developed a superior military capability to NATO-Pentagon and how they are geopolitically positioning themselves in preparation for a war.

Show Notes

Debunking two American myths

Does Russia Now Have Superior Military Technology?

One Day Tomorrow Won’t Arrive

The Best Armed Forces on the Planet: America or Russia?

US Navy’s “State-of-the-Art” Littoral Combat Ships Are Outgunned by Russian Designs a Quarter of Their Size

Russia Mocks America for Buying Israel’s Iron Dome

The F-35 Is a $1.4 Trillion National Disaster

Putin’s Military Buildup Not Sparking Predicted Economic Growth in Russia

Global Military Confrontation & Comparison



About The Saker

The Saker was born in a military family of “White” Russian refugees in western Europe where he lived most of his life. After completing two college degrees in the USA, he returned to Europe were he worked as a military analyst until he lost his career due to his vocal opposition to the western-sponsored wars in Chechnia, Croatia, Bosnia and Kosovo. After re-training as a software engineer, he moved to the Florida where he now lives with his wife, a veterinarian, and their three children. When he does not blog or help his wife at work, the likes to explore the Florida wilderness on foot, mountain bike and kayak or play acoustic jazz guitar.

The Saker community of blogs is the only such international and multi-lingual community of blogs. We collaborate with all the main English language blogs about Russia and the Ukraine. Our articles are often picked up by Russia Insider, the Asia Times, Information Clearing House and many others news sources and our work has been quoted by Paul Craig Roberts, Sheikh Imran Hosein, Pepe Escobar and many others.

*Podcast intro music is from the song “The Queens Jig” by “Musicke & Mirth” from their album “Music for Two Lyra Viols”: (available on iTunes or Amazon)