Thursday, March 31, 2022

Dave Smith: Part Of The Problem 3/30/2022

Dave Smith brings you the latest in politics! On this episode of Part Of The Problem Dave is joined by Retired Army Colonel Douglas Macgregor to discuss the military and cultural issues with running a perpetual war state, and the incoming economic repercussions of spending with no limits.

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Tuesday, March 22, 2022

Judging Freedom 03/22/2022

Russia Ukraine War - Col. Doug Macgregor: What Can Happen Now?

Chris Farrell's On Watch 3/22/2022

Col Macgregor 
re: Ukraine

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Judicial Watch Director of Investigations & Research Chris Farrell is joined by Colonel Douglas Macgregor, USA (Ret.), PhD., for an analysis and discussion of the Russia/Ukraine War, Biden foreign policy and the consequences for America.

Monday, March 21, 2022

The Great America Show with Lou Dobbs Podcast 3/15/2022


March 15, 2022 • 30 min

It’s in everyone’s interest to end war now says Col. Macgregor.  Zelensky should commit to neutrality which is the best result for Ukraine, Russia and the World.  U.S. has no vital strategic interest in Ukraine.


Friday, March 18, 2022

Thursday, March 17, 2022

Gerald Celente 03/17/2022


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EXCLUSIVE: Gerald Celente interviews retired Army Col. Douglas Macgregor to discuss the Ukraine War and how the world finds itself on the brink of WW III. 

The wide-ranging, candid conversation covers what led to the conflict and the Western media's coverage since fighting began.

Macgregor said the “entire event has turned into a ‘Wag the Dog’ moment.”

Russian President Vladimir Putin has been depicted in the media as a paranoid dictator intent on killing anyone in his path.

But contrary to reports, Macgregor, citing sources, said Putin ordered his forces to show restraint early on because he was concerned about civilian casualties. He also hoped to limit damage to infrastructure and homes.

Macgregor said the Western media has been trying to present the war as black and white.

“On one the one hand, we have [Ukrainian President Volodymyr] Zelensky, who is now competing with Mother Teresa for the Noble Prize, and on the other side, we have Vladimir Putin, who is in the pantheon of evil men along with Stalin and Hitler. It’s just not that clear; it’s not black and white. And there’s no one interested in examining the truth.” 

He said he believes the war will end sooner than anybody thinks.

"But it’s lasted longer than most anticipated, and part of the reason for that is Putin doesn’t want to kill large numbers of people in Eastern Ukraine. And he’s held back his forces,” he said.

Wednesday, March 16, 2022

The GrayZone 03/15/2022


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Former top Pentagon advisor Col. Doug Macgregor on Russia-Ukraine war

Former senior advisor the Secretary of Defense Col. Doug Macgregor joins Max Blumenthal and Aaron Mate for a candid, live discussion of the Russia-Ukraine war and his time in the Trump administration when an Afghan withdrawal was sabotaged and conflict with Iran and Syria continued.

Friday, March 11, 2022

The Michael Savage Show 3/10/2022

Podcast:  A Path to Peace with Colonel Douglas Macgregor

Is there a globalist agenda behind the Ukraine crisis? Could the Biden Administration put an end to the conflict in Ukraine? Who is Victoria Nuland and how is she influencing the State Department? A true warrior Colonel Douglas MacGregor, distinguished combat veteran, former advisor to the Secretary of Defense in the Trump administration, and author, dissents from the mainstream media talking points and reveals the truth amidst the chaos in Ukraine and describes a path to peace.

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Real America with Dan Ball 3/10/2022

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Dan Ball W/ Colonel Doug Macgregor

U.S. Admits there are Biochemical Labs in Ukraine

The Joe Piscopo Show 3-3-22


Colonel Macgregor's interview starts at 20:33 to 33:18


Col. Douglas Macgregor, retired U.S. Army Colonel, the former senior advisor to the Secretary of Defense, author, and a senior fellow at The American Conservative

Topic: Explosions rock Kyiv

Wednesday, March 9, 2022

The Jimmy Dore Show 3/8/2022: SUPPORTS COLONEL MACGREGOR


In a recent appearance on the Fox Business Channel, retired US Army Colonel Douglas Macgregor told incredulous host Stuart Varney that Ukraine has little hope of defeating Russia on the battlefield, and the only reason that Ukrainian President Zelensky insists on continuing is because his NATO puppet-masters are demanding that the fight continue.

Jimmy and The Grayzone’s Aaron Maté ( discuss Zelensky’s precarious position trying to represent the Ukrainian people’s interests while also appeasing the NATO allies who want Ukraine to keep fighting and the neo-Nazi militias that have threatened to assassinate him if he negotiates with Russia.

Monday, March 7, 2022

Tucker Carlson Tonight 3/7/2022

Biden Admin Gives "Green Light" for NATO Countries to Transfer Fighter Jets to Ukraine

Biden Admin Officials Tell New York Times that Conflict with Russia is "Increasingly Likely"

Friday, March 4, 2022

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Mar 04, 2022

Army vet: Biden has made it very clear we're not coming to rescue Ukraine
Former Defense secretary senior adviser Ret. Col. Douglas Macgregor discusses the Russian invasion of Ukraine and Putin's motives behind the aggressive attacks.

Wednesday, March 2, 2022

Roberto Vivaldelli's article 3/1/2022

Colonel Macgregor: "Putin has warned the NATO for 15 years"

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My interview with Colonel Douglas Macgregor, PhD per InsideOver Italia
Former President of the United States, Donald Trump, has always appreciated and held in great consideration the views outside the choir of Colonel Douglas Macgregor, so much as he was very close to pointing him out as a national security advisor White House nale after John Bolton's farewell in 2019. Gulf war veteran, Macgregor is the author of Breaking the Phalanx, a text that proposed reforming the American army and that was of interest in the fall of 2001, the now Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld. After leaving the army in 2004, Macgregor was often invited to comment on TV – on Fox News, in particular – American foreign policy, often from a position but conventional, criticizing immigrants with very harsh words Illegal action and liberal dugger, George Soros.

On July 27, 2020, the White House announced Donald Trump’s intention to appoint Macgregor as US ambassador to Germany but the liberal American media launched a harsh offensive against the US military veteran just for away from his positions, which brought his nomination to the commission for foreign relations of the Senate. This is how the possibility of moving to Berlin went down, on November 11, 2020, Christopher Miller was appointed senior consultant of the Secretary of the Defense for Interim, was appointed. Colonel Macgregor makes the news again today, once again because of his definitely “controversial” stance on the Russian invasion of Ukraine expressed on Fox News. We reached out to ask him some questions about it.

Macgregor: “Putin has warned the West for years”

According to the American army veteran, the Russian invasion of Ukraine was planned for months. Vladimir Putin’s goal, explains, “is to ensure that the US and its allies cannot station missiles and combat forces at the border” with the Russian Federation. In his speech on February 24, the Russian president stressed that “what is happening is a necessary measure. No chance was left for us to do otherwise.” A correct read, according to Colonel Macgregor. "Yes. Putin has repeatedly tried, for at least 15 years, to point out Russia’s opposition to the progress of the NATO towards the borders of Russia.”

The Colonel explains what the Kremlin’s goals in Ukraine are: “Moscow wants a neutral, not aligned Ukraine, that is not hostile to Russia. The model is Austria and its State Treaty of 1955. Not planning to cross the Dnepr and head west. He has already surrounded and cut off the Ukrainian forces east of the Dnepr river. He would need a resolution as described. If this fails, it will crush the Ukrainian forces, advance beyond the DNepr and anatize or declare eastern Ukraine an independent Russian Republic. This guy would give him the ‘cushion’ he wants,” Macgregor explains. “Given the conformation of Western Ukraine, it can keep away from the Dnepr any western force that tries to cross it, that would encounter a certain destruction by conventional means”. How long can the Ukrainian army resist the Russian advancements? The expert has no doubt: “Maximum 30 days”. And the economic sanctions won’t stop Moscow: “Did the sanctions force Moscow to leave Crimea? Sanctions have forced Iran to submit to the demands of the United States and Israel. No. Sanctions don’t change governments.”

“Biden has provoked Russia”

Former Pentagon senior adviser during the Trump administration explains the mistakes of current White House tenant Joe Biden. What he would have tried to do before establishing a diplomatic dialogue with the Russian Federation: “Biden started his term by condemning Putin and his government. He has relentlessly threatened Putin and pushed European governments to join him." What is even more serious, Macgregor observes, “US forces conducted military drills and operations within 50 nautical miles from St. Petersburg”. On the contrary, former President Donald Trump “listened to President Putin, trying to have better relations with Russia.” However, he observed, “Putin understood that President Trump was overthrown by his own government and concluded that he should prepare for a new hostile American administration.” Again in this case, the result is the ongoing action in Eastern Ukraine”.

Another fundamental topic regarding the world order that will arise after the conflict ends. Isolation from the West and harsh economic sanctions will push Russia more and more towards China, but beware: this is not, at the moment, a real “alliance”. “Moscow and Beijing are not allies” explains Colonel Macgregor. “I am a strategic partner with a mutually beneficial economic relationship. Both are threatened by the U.S. and, of course, they work together for security reasons.”

Tucker Carlson 3/1/2022

Tucker Carlson talks with Colonel Macgregor prior to President Biden delivering his first State of the Union Address