I feel two World leaders that are deep in the sicky stuff have taken a century plus old notion "the Russians are coming, the Russians are coming" to build a dense smoke screen.
From childhood experience, when you bury your head in the sand you get it in your eyes. Once you've cleaned the sand out you'll probably be able to see again... then you'll might actually take note of what the russians are doing.
A century old notion can still be applicable today. Because somebody said something 100 years ago, or 100 million years ago, it can't be unsaid or changed. As progressive as you might like to be, you can't undo history, and if history is relevant to a circumstance today, then that can't be changed. If there was incidentally, a concern about Russian last century, it doesn't automatically mean that because this is a different century we can't still be concerned about the russians. To ignore Russian aggression on that basis would be extremely short-sighted and narrow-minded. I applaud Adern's stance on Russia nbow that
I was stating my point of view with out being snarky and insulting, a pity you didn't reciprocate. I shall leave to yourself.
Sorry probably came across more snarky than I intended, but you sounded like you didn't have a problem with what russia was doing - which is something I feel quite strongly about.