NOT A PROXY WAR: U.S. AT WAR WITH RUSSIA, PENTAGON WILL PROVIDE UKRAINE MILITARY AID FOR ‘YEARS’

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Having sent some $56 billion to Ukraine since the war began on 24 February, the Biden administration has repeatedly promised it would do all it can to prop up the Ukrainian government and essentially fund its war with Russia until Russia is defeated and President Volodymyr Zelensky decides it is time to negotiate.

Despite the Western media calling the Russian invasion a failure, they now control over 20 percent of Ukraine. Yet, Zelensky refused to negotiate with Moscow and last week reiterated that he will not accept any peace deal if it means carving out some land for Russia. 

Appearing on the Cartoon News Network (CNN), Zelensky said "Ukrainians are not ready to give away their land, to accept that these territories belong to Russia. This is our land... and we are intending to prove it."

Following Zelensky’s statement that "United States are helping Ukraine, helping a lot, but it's not enough in order to win,” President Joe Biden announced that he ordered an additional $400 million in new weaponry be sent to Kyiv, including four more High Mobility Aircraft Rocket System, or HIMARS. 

Military Industrial Complex Winning

Part of Biden's package will include enhanced ammunition, which will help Ukrainians target Russian assets up to 50 miles away. (See “WARMONGERS ON PARADE: WEST SENDS MORE WEAPONS TO UKRAINE TO KEEP THE KILLINGS GOING,” “BIDEN KEEPS WAR DRUMS BEATING, ANNOUNCES ANOTHER $1B IN WEAPONS FOR UKRAINE,” and “WEAPONS POURING INTO UKRAINE, NO TALK OF PEACE, JUST MORE AMMUNITION.”)

A Pentagon official told RT that Ukrainians have been successful in using these systems to strike “Russian locations in Ukraine, deeper behind the front lines, and disrupting Russia's ability to conduct that artillery operation.”

Reports said U.S. troops have trained about 100 Ukrainians on how to use these systems and they will continue to train them at a location outside the country.

“We will continue to train them because we see this as a sustained battle,” an official told The Associated Press, pointing out that HIMARS training usually takes about a week to complete.

The announcement of the new military assistance came shortly after Russia claimed control of Luhansk province in the Donbas, the AP reported. Some Ukrainian officials told the outlet that fighting continues in the province. 

Washington has sent a total of $7.3 billion in military aid to Ukraine since the 24 February invasion. The U.S. has authorized $54 billion in military and other assistance for the country. 

War Mongers on Parade

“I think we need to be determined and continue to support Ukraine,” Sen. Chris Coons (D-DE) told The New York Times. Coons, a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said,  “Exactly how long this will go, exactly what the trajectory will be, we don’t know right now. But we know if we don’t continue to support Ukraine, the outcome for the U.S. will be much worse.”

Avril D. Haines, the director of national intelligence, said last week that Putin’s goal is “effectively the same political goals that we had previously, which is to say that he wants to take most of Ukraine.”

TRENDPOST: Gerald Celente has said that the U.S. and NATO are already at war with Russia, but it will not be official until a nuclear bomb goes off. Russia has warned of “unpredictable” consequences if the U.S. provides advanced weapons to Ukraine.

Despite all of America’s tough talk, Gerald Celente has pointed out that the American military has not won a war since WWII and has been stacking up defeats, including the recent retreat from Afghanistan. (See “DUH! PENTAGON SURPRISED BY CHINA’S TEST OF HYPERSONIC MISSILE,” “PENTAGON: TARGET CHINA” and “U.S. ‘ALREADY LOST’ AI WAR WITH CHINA, PENTAGON’S FORMER SOFTWARE CHIEF SAYS.”)

Yet, as they have since the end of World War II, Washington and their Presstitutes will continue their fear and hysteria Cold War rhetoric to frighten its masses while enriching the military manufacturing mob.


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3 Comments
  1. Andrew P 4 weeks ago

    As Gerald says in his introduction to this week’s Journal the idea that the opportunistic assassination of Archduke Ferdinand was enough to set off World War One is absurd if one gives it a moment’s thought. Things were pretty good for the Edwardians all the way round. London had the fantastic sewage system put in by Bazaljette and life was pretty civilised. A very good analysis of the real forces behind it are given in “Hidden History-The Secret Origins of The First World War”. Alas it all rings true, is very well researched and should be essential reading.
    In short the British secret elite feared the industrial and economic rise of Germany would take many of their markets and monopolies and threaten their no. 1 position. They had been looking for an excuse to destroy Germany for years. Again as with the Covid War, the body count of decent people was totally irrelevant – and the results of the plans by these arrogant fools (Gerald has a better word) were complete, long lasting devastation of all that was decent and good. And the future of generations. There was a whole generation of maiden aunts, decent girls who could not find husbands as they had all been killed.
    The shadow of the First World War still persists today.
    The parallels between it and the Covid War are chilling.

  2. a1achiropractic 4 weeks ago

    “I think we need to be determined and continue to support Ukraine,” Sen. Chris Coons (D-DE) told The New York Times. Coons, a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said, “Exactly how long this will go, exactly what the trajectory will be, we don’t know right now. But we know if we don’t continue to support Ukraine, the outcome for the U.S. will be much worse.”

    The above stated paragraph is the bull shit we as Americans have heard for over 3 generations. It never stops and our political and bureaucratic systems are totally corrupt. If anyone believes their lies than they fall into the category of “Kraut Kopf” or pickled cabbage head.

  3. Daniel Mendoza 4 weeks ago

    Thank you for bringing up The Archduke Ferdinand charade . I’m old but I remember back in high school the history books goofy and simplistic explanation for the cause of WW1. And then learning much later of Britain’s Lost Generation and the Somme and the fact battlefield trenches in France have been preserved probably due to collective guilt because so much blood was spilled over what reason ? Elites disregard for humanity . And now history is heating up again and probably millions will die over another set of Elites who are not happy even with their billions.

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