A bipartisan group of House lawmakers visited Kyiv on Saturday, and two members of the delegation told Fox News that they support the idea of the Pentagon sending military advisors to Ukraine, which would significantly escalate US involvement in the war.
After meeting with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, Rep. Michael Waltz (R-FL) said he supported sending military advisors into Ukraine to oversee weapons shipments and help with intelligence and logistics. “It could be contracted, it could be civilian, but it could be military as well,” he said.
“I don’t think anybody is advocating for any [American] military on the front line, but helping with logistics, planning those operations, integrating the intelligence is incredibly important right now,” Waltz added said.
Rep. Mikie Sherrill (D-NJ) also expressed support for sending military advisors to track weapons shipments. “It would be good to have a logistics officer here to make sure that we understand and track the weaponry that we’re sending,” she said.
Last month, The New York Times reported that there is CIA personnel operating in Ukraine to direct intelligence sharing with Kyiv. The report said there are also commandos in the country from Britain, France, Canada, and Lithuania to help facilitate the transfer of Western arms, but there is currently no known US military presence in Ukraine.
Rep. Adam Smith (D-WA), the chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, was also part of the delegation that visited Kyiv but wasn’t quoted saying he supported sending military advisors.
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Let’s just hope these politicians advocating significant US direct involvement are not going to be hiding at the Greenbriar Hotel when nukes fall on the US. They risk nothing, feel they are the immortals, the good, the only. Why on earth is the US going all out to support WWIII on behalf of a country that is the 4th on the world corruption index? Why are our “leaders” going all out to do anything but deal with the grave economic, health (remember opioids?), crime, so on concerns of their actual fellow citizens? Theirs are the gestures of fools, fooling no one but themselves. We are fools if they remain in office. If we’re all around long enough to vote.
I could not corroborate your statement that Ukraine is among the four most corrupt countries on Earth. What is your source?
On the subject of voting; Work hard to organize the highest voter turnout in your country’s history and encourage everyone to write in friends.
i googled “world corruption index” and i couldn’t get a straight answer
The Pandora papers have information about the Zelensky and friends corruptions.
Zelensky eliminated all opposition parties, the Ukrainian government is totally corrupt like Afghanistan was and if it first or last on the list does not matter, they are corrupt.
Our government is corrupt and dysfunctional and that is why we have a low voter turnout, elections are just for appearances.
These are worrying signs, I don’t know how justified his claims are, but really nothing at all to having 1/3 of your country occupied by an invader. So first things first
The real “first things” were ignored. That’s why 1/3 of their territory is gone. Keep ignoring those first things and it will be either more territory or WW3.
Yes, Putin ignored that Ukraine is a sovereign country. That was the first thing. You will always side with Russia, and that is understood. But at least recognize that those in the Kremlin are no saints. They too have their imperialistic ambitions and will capitalize on any opportunity to claim more land, especially the rich one. Follow the money, my friend. Natural Gas, Oil, Grains, and resources (your warm water ports).
Putin respected the needs of the Ukrainians, he supported the MINSK II AGREEMENT, the USA encouraged the breaking of the agreement and the chicken Europeans stood by silently. Now Biden will make them pay too. BIDEN, the American administrations CAN NOT BE TRUSTED.
THEY STAB YOU IN THE BACCK THE MOMENT YOU TURN AROUND. See NS2 and Germany, they did trust the Americans and the Americans forced the Germans to break the deal with Russia after decades of honest business. Russia did NOT break THE AGREEMENT, the Germans did, BY ORDERS from Washington just like all of them broke their word not to move NATO an inch to the East.
Putin broke the Budapest Memorandum Agreement of 1994 when it took Crimea and asked the Russian Separatists of Donbas to claim as much territory as possible under the promise he will support. Then came the Minsk Agreement which both sides violated but that’s ok because Russia needed the corridor anyways. But you like to claim it was only broken by Ukraine. Well, this blog is anti Ukraine so I’ll waste my time trying to defend any point in favor of Ukraine.
I don’t side with Russia. You just can’t get that. I’ve only said that Russia can’t lose this war. I know you can’t understand what that means so I won’t try to explain it to you.
It all started way back in 2008 when GW wanted the Ukraine to join NATO knowing full well it would deliberately provoke the RF and the Europeans opposed it, then the CIA funded and organized a regime change which Obama/Biden supported in 2014 and a civil war was started. The USA shared the bed with the neo-Nazis, arming and training the Ukrainian troops based on NATO standards and doing combined NATO military exercises in Ukraine close to the Russian border, making Ukraine a de facto NATO member. The Obama/Biden administration did nothing to encourage the Kiev government to implement the valid MINSK 2 agreement which would have given the Russian speaking Ukrainians some autonomy and Ukraine neutrality. They did everything to encourage the Ukrainians to provoke Russia.
That is the context how the war started. It is the USA against Russia, Ukrainians are being suckered in for cannonfodder, that is true for all the NATO members. Biden and his people intentionally are in the process to de industrialize Germany and with it wipe the EU out too, and that is also the end of NATO if it works out as the war criminals in the Biden administration get their way. So far they have nothing but failures to show for their efforts.
Zelensky arrested the opposition leaders. He is a liar, and having to send his WIFE to BEG FOR MORE MONEY SHOWS they are losing, and every Biden official worth his salt knows it, even senile Biden knows it.
Lies don’t change the battle field conditions on which they are losing, responsible real statesman would negotiate to make the best of a bad situation, but Biden keeps digging deeper, 20 years from now all they have to show is a deep black hole even worse than Vietnam and Afghanistan.
Our Emperor has no new cloth, he is naked. When Biden is done with Zelensky there is no Ukraine left, at least 2/3 will be nothing but rubble like Iraq and Gaza and Syria and the ME in general.
Biden already failed big time, he could have worked to make UK neutral and bring peace and prosperity to the region, instead he is annihilating Ukraine and Europe,
Wikipedia has a few sources for it, anywhere from most corrupt in Europe to third to ninth of countries surveyed. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corruption_in_Ukraine
Transparency International 2021 perception index ranked Ukraine 2nd most corrupt in Europe (Russia first). Transparency.org — corruptions perceptions 2021 for Ukraine —
Time to set up anew government,,what we have now not only doesn’t work, it is our worst enemy! Keep the BOR, all else goes.
That’s all America needs is dead military members in Ukraine.
That’s all the neocons need to start WW 3.
Just increases the potential to justify actual boots on the ground.
That would be the objective to get everyone “on board”.
20 years of blood and treasure down the drain in Afghanistan but, thanks to Brandon, finally ended. Ineptly but ended.
So what do the Nulandites, Blinkenites, and RINO bootlickers do? Immediately dive headfirst into the nest of vipers in Ukraine so we can squander ever more billions. And now these morons go to bed at night whispering to themselves the sacred neocon chant of “Boots on the ground.”
And this on top of years of arrogantly provoking the Russians and spitting on their reasonable proposals for a new security agreement for Europe. It’s almost as though the real agenda is to set up a bolt hole for the Israelis if the New Zion becomes untenable. No recognizable US interest is involved. Of that you can be sure.
I disapprove of everything Biden has done in Ukraine since the US facilitated the Euromaidan coup. But this war with Russia could be an attempt to seize its resources. Our mentality to take what we want instead of trading for it goes back to pre-civil war days. Every time I hear calls for regime change, I assume that someone wants to seize control of a valuable resource such as oil, natural gas, or water.
You hit the nail on the head. Biden could not get fast enough out of Afghanistan to get back in bed with the neo-Nazis in Kiev.
I can’t supply the link but I recall reading that the US military was actually taking concrete steps to advance on/move on/go to Crimea after Maidan. That, if true, would be consistent with what you suggest. Getting our actual hands on Russian resources seems like it would be hard to do but it might be that the pressure of sanctions was intended to break the back of the Russian economy and make it easier to look the country indirectly.
Afghanistan is supposed to have large rare earth deposits but we didn’t manage to lay hands on any of that while actually occupying the country . . . .
Biden also put the knife in the back of the EU and NATO in the hope to preserve the unilateral US hegemony. To after Russia and the EU it will be Chinas turn as far as he is concerned. He will be the Emperor with no cloth.
I agree. I can discern in our senior officials and their policies no intention to protect or advance any genuine interest of the US.
The notion that the Russians are intent on recreating the USSR is just absurd yet seemingly serious people advance it with great seriousness. It’s like a Steven King cloud of noxious fog pervades Foggy Bottom, Pennsylvania Ave., and the Temple of Our Democracy (TOOD) and turns brains into mush on every aspect of our so-called “foreign policy.”
Ace, Right on!!
“”20 years of blood and treasure down the drain in Afghanistan””
by blood and treasure, i will assume that you mean opium, because that is the only thing that uncle sam ever got out of afghanistan
No. I mean equipment, ammo, roads, projects, salaries, bribes, and the blood of our guys.
I’ve never found the argument convincing that we officially (but surreptitiously) promoted and benefitted from the opium trade. The Taliban were serious about shutting it down but paradoxically we were not. I’m sure you saw that photo of a US soldier standing in the poppy field. Doing nothing. A rather beautiful photo in an artistic sense but definitely in the WTF category. I think we took a hands off position in order not to alienate the local big cahunas and “gain their support.” It’s why we were so successful with that masterful “nation-building” everyone talks about.
The same allegation has been vigorously made with regard to US servicemen engaging in the drug trade in Nam. I am aware (from my reading!) of guys committing this crime as individual opportunists. Sending drugs back in coffins or with other remains handled differently was one method used.
Too, I’m sure individuals brought back drugs in their effects when they could use military transportation.
But I’ve never seen anything that convinced me that the USG was involved as a way of generating significant income for the official coffers. Nor have I heard of this trade being something that enriched the rarified heights of the civilian and military bureaucracy.
I’m more than open to be educated on this. The viciousness and treason of our political class are strong arguments keeping an open mind v-a-v stuff you would think no honorable man would engage in.
I do believe that Bill Clinton had Vince Foster picking up vast sums of cash from Mena Airport as detailed in Ambrose Evans-Pritchard detailed in his book about the Clintons. It appears Bobby Seale was bringing back drugs after delivering arms to the Contras IIRC.
the taliban had almost eliminated the opium trade in afghanistan until uncle sam showed up there.
mike rivero of WhatReallyHappened.com used to have many articles with photos of uncle sam soldiers guarding the poppy fields and loading sacks of opium onto trucks. but he revamped his website and they aren’t there any more.
Thanks for the additional detail and the link. I never knew that US activity included actually loading the stuff. I still resist the idea that that was in aid of augmenting the official revenue stream or that it was a side hustle of someone high up in the command structure.
I might believe the troops were helping out the local war lord but that’s a stretch to think this would have been blessed by the S-5 as a legit “civil affairs” initiative. Low-level command decision to help maybe.
Distasteful but understandable if the alternative is fighting the locals who might otherwise have been bought off. Since we recruit and train practical leaders and not people pushing the moral uplift of the Afghan tribesmen I am not about to cry into my hankie if a small unit leader considered the lives of his men his top priority.
I don’t find the notion credible our troops would guard any poppies. Remaining in one location away from base camp for any length of time seems like a really bad tactical decision.
All that said, I do think the dark side of America is being revealed on multiple fronts. TFor that matter, the corruption and hostility of the political class in the entire Western world is astounding. I don’t know what is left of Western civilization when just the malevolence of those (successfully) pushing mass third-world immigration is considered. After that priority initiative throughout the West is clear in one’s mind, what the heck is a little drug trade among friends?
Trump ordered the negotiations that led to the withdrawal agreement — and little noted, that agreement required the Taliban and the US to refrain from attacking each other in the period leading up to the withdrawal date. The Taliban kept to that agreement and refrained from attacking US troops, while the US did not, provocatively attacking the Taliban on numerous occasions.
I suspect that the plan was to provoke the Taliban into retaliating against the US, thus breaking the agreement, so that Mike Pompeo could — following Trump’s reelection — cancel the withdrawal. But the Taliban did not break the agreement and retaliate, and Trump did not get reelected. That left the Biden with the opportunity to complete the withdrawal.
As to the “received wisdom” that the withdrawal was ineptly executed, I disagree. The “optics” gave that impression and the media promoted that narrative, but in fact the withdrawal went smoothly. When Ghani smartly bailed with his loot — rather than obediently/stupidly sticking around to be captured and likely killed by the Taliban — the Taliban moved swiftly and without violence, to secure Kabul.
The only ineptitude was the failure to prevent the suicide bomber from killing those 13 soldiers at the Kabul airport — despite clear prior warning — and then shortly afterward the vengeance-driven and criminally inept drone strike on the aid worker and his family.
“The only ineptitude was the failure to prevent the suicide bomber from killing those 13 soldiers at the Kabul airport”
And I think the majority of Americans will point to those Marines dying as pretty much the sole reason the withdrawal was considered inept. If those Marines don’t die, the perception of the withdrawal would have been completely different. Ten people getting wasted because we had to kill SOMEONE isn’t even an afterthought. Bitch Pelosi would be screaming for anyone else to be held accountable and listed as state sponsors of terrorism.
Apparently the use of Bagram (sp?) air base was just eliminated from the exit plan and instead we saw the disastrous klown show at the Kabul airport with zero control, zero troop presence, huge crowds of who knows who, unopposed unvetted Afghan strap hangers, and some sad deaths. Add to that the abandonment of billions of armored vehicles and helicopters and I can’t say as I call that a smooth withdrawal.
The Afghan army just evaporated and I am certain that its presence and cooperation was envisioned as a key element of the hoped for smoot withdrawal. Such a plan already.
Too, Afghan troops woke up on D-Day (Disappearance Day) and found the US computer equipment stripped from its racks and all US personnel in the “skedaddled mode.”
Perhaps there was a plan to provoke the Taliban but that seems an odd thing to do at that stage. What? If they reacted the plan was to unwind the withdrawal and go back to status quo ante?
I disagree with your assessment. The United States was losing the war in Afghanistan. The US cut and ran.
Also, the United States saw the situation in the Ukraine deteriorating, the economy at “home” collapsing, all the while knowing full-well they were no longer able of fighting wars on more than one-front.
That being said: I sure would like to see the United States, just once, get sucked into a war on “all-fronts.” It would be like Custer at the Little Big Horn. Thousands of angry countries, all with a humiliating history of being butt-fKKKed by the US at one time or another, all rising up at once.
Just the thought of that massacre makes me hungry for popcorn.
To quote Ivan Drago: If they die, they die.
If Walsh were my congressman I would encourage him to a just go a head and stay in Ukraine. He’s far more interested in putting Israel and Ukraine first over America. This would free up a seat to represent my interests for a change.
He only cares about Israel, Ukraine is cannon fodder and so is Europe.
If caught they face the death penalty…….”
War war war that is how MIC survives
I’m pretty sure they’re already there. Some one has to run the new missile launchers and sure isn’t ukies
They are there it was reported too, hundreds of NATO soldiers are training Ukrainians in Ukraine and on European NATO bases. De facto the US is the warlord, Putin must speak with Biden not Zelensky, he is only the paid shoeshine boy.
However, Biden is just the “Charlie McCarthy” of the Neocons, and the Neocons will never back down. So there will be no diplomacy … that is, until Russia takes all — or enough — of Ukraine, Europe tires of economic suicide, and then facing annihilation, bails on the whole Neocon clusterf*ck rather than expand it to a full-on war with Russia on NATO home turf.
It has been reported that Ukraine is crawling with CIA.
“what yall boys need over there is some experts! tell you what…”
….. uncle sam
Advisors like in Vietnam and Afghanistan? That was very helpful. But that is all one can expect from totally corrupt politicians.
They keep telling us the corrupt Zelensky people are winning the war against Russia, all we have to do is to send more money and guns. There is light at the end of the tunnel, can’t you see it?
The USA is the warlord they started the war way back before the regime change. Ukrainian people are cannonfodder and a corrupt Zelensky government is our paid vassal.
This is like sending US “advisers” to South Vietnam in 1975. The real reason for it is they want Americans to be killed by Russians so the American public will hate Russians more, which will help foment more war.
Ike sent “advisers”. Kennedy sent troops. The war was on. Johnson expanded, then asked “why are we here?”, attempted to get the two warring parties to Paris for peace accords, Nixon committed treason by interfering so as to win the 1968 election,won, then the war dragged on six more years. 58,000 American soldiers dead. Several million Vietnamese dead.
Yeah but my point was it’s too late in the game to be sending advisers. Advisers are a foot in the door but it looks like the house is about to be gone.
Lets send them to the front lines, give them weapons, let them have at it.
Given the great “success” the US Military has had with “advising” the Iraqi and Afghan national security forces over 20 freaking years, if I were Ukraine I’d decline this offer.
The hubris of the US military and political apparatus is astounding; we always “know” how “best” to do “everything”, yet everything we touch turns into a pile of sludge, and the same clowns who pushed it never acknowledge responsibility for its failure.
I actually have first hand experience of the “training” experience with the “patriotic and eager Iraqi national security forces”; it was a clown show, from start to finish, badly managed, badly planned, badly executed, and covered up with lies, lies, lies, and more lies; but nicely presented in powerpoint shows enthusiastically given by earnest, buzz cut, medal-bedecked morons. Ukraine really doesn’t need that kind of “help”.
The problem there is that we were the invaders and the folks that we were working with were basically traitors. As it turns out traitors aren’t the sort of people willing to die for a cause as their highest cause is themselves.
Generally true; but I would never underestimate our ability to F up a “training” mission with anyone, no matter the circumstances. Ukraine, up to a few years ago, had mandatory conscription; they should have an immense base of experienced ex-soldiers who know how to plan missions, provide fire support, and use their weapons.
What we will most likely do is try to instill “battle staff training” in US methods, assuming a knowledge and logistics base that simply isn’t there, and turn their officers into the Ukrainian version of Power Point Rangers. Because we absolutely suck at this.
I read somewhere that the US is drilling oil in Iraq, if that is so, the US oil giants are the profiteers of it and the people in Iraq and the US are the real victims, we are the looser but the big corporations won, and they have no reason to end any war. They will pick the people we are allowed to vote for.
As Henry Kissinger once said:
“To be an enemy of the US is dangerous, but to be a friend is fatal.”
US military advisors advise Best on Retreats… They know nothing about offensive tactics…! We have seen example of that as Afghan army retreated from Talibans and Iraqi army retreated from ISIS… Lol…!
What they do is teach their clients how to “plan” missions the US way, assuming logistics and fire support that don’t exist, because we don’t know any other way to fight. The idea of a quickly planned “lightning offensive” moving aggressively and changing objectives on the fly, based on resistance on the ground, so as to dislodge and confuse a defending force, is completely alien to us. If you have unlimited resources, and air superiority, and overwhelming firepower superiority, that’s fine; but we have absolutely no clue how to proceed when we don’t. We will be worse than useless, unless of course Zelensky needs someone to do “power point presentations” for him.
Which means that they’re already there, of course. Some of them dead some of them still alive. We know that and the Russians knows that and they know every move they make and right know they don’t care about these clowns but that can change…
Big mistake if it happens. That is how the Vietnam war began I believe using advisors.
The US military “advisers” have been there for years.
What countries DON’T have US military advisors?
Every country where a US embassy and consulates exist have advisers.
bs Exhibit A – Germany. And you could go through the whole Alphabet and start with numbers for all the others.
Sorry about that – misread your post. Apologies.
This is Vietnam II. First the advisors…
I concur wholeheartedly. This is a wonderful idea. Let’s send Chickenhawk Chelsea, Yellowcake Liz, and Willard Romney’s five little Mittens (who were, according to daddy, as an alternative to military service, helping him get elected because they thought he’d be a great president). Let them all get their rear ends blown off, cuz that’s probably the direction they’ll all be facing as soon as they see an AK-47.
I hope that reference to “Chickenhawk Chelsea” was directed at Clinton and not Manning.
I should have known. You were talking about progeny. I just thought Clinton was too young. But good to hear.
We already did the Vietnam mess. This is just re-doing the same mistakes, sneaking into war in the same way. Assistance. Advisors. Trainers. Forces to protect them. Bombers on call for that. Then full on ground war.
If there’s a full-on NATO war with Russia in Ukraine, the ground war period will probably be brief.
That would be a mistake, if it is done it has to be done very very quietly.
Oh ok – well if China and/or Russia want to send military advisors to Mexico, first of all, don’t do it. But if they do, just do it very very quietly.
Why would they need to be quiet about it?
The Russians have military advisors in Nicaragua right now. It’s no secret. The Ortega regime invited them and publicly announced the invitation.
Yeah, but they didn’t arrive with large quantities of advanced weapons and munitions. Because, you know, Monroe.
It seems that Russia was serious when it kept telling the West that it, too, has a doctrinal approach to foreign great powers creating mischief on the doorstep. And the response of our Noble Leaders is to play up-the-ante. We’ll see how that works out.
They wouldn’t need to – just using the false rationale implied by the comment I was replying to.
They are already there! This is just more BS from Wash. to try and get the low information masses in the US on board with WWIII. Send ‘advisors,’ then they get killed, so Wash. has an excuse to send in regular troops, and poof, WWIII and Europe gets trashed again along with America when those missiles start flying.
It’s generally assumed that US soldiers are operating the HIMARS Multiple launch Rocket Systems, and therefore it’s likely some have already died since Russia has already destroyed four of the initial eight sent.
Russia has already demonstrated the capability and willingness to strike concentrations of foreign troops anywhere in Ukraine including Western Ukraine. The only place US forces could hide is around the Ukrainian government – meaning Zelenskyy and his team – in Kiev as Russia has not – yet – decided to take them out, for reasons of their own.
So they teach the Ukrainian forces in the front lines via online classes…?!
Heh, “Zoom” has new meaning when you hear the Zircon incoming.
Somebody with some expertise help me out here but it seems like you would keep HIMARs far enough back and maintain sufficient radar coverage to get clear before incoming ordinance arrived. But I expect it’s hard for American military personnel to imagine war where the air superiority shoe is on the other foot. Must be a broadening experience.
Indeed, this is where the Ukrainians are screwing up with the HIMARS, they’re using them too close to the battlefield, making them easier to spot and counter. They should also optimally be used in concert with S-300 air defense to minimize the risk of being hit by Russian stand-off weapons or aircraft. I doubt the Ukrainians are doing that, either, although I can’t be sure.
Once the Russians saw the HIMARS being used to attack a couple strategically important bridges and rail lines, they brought in an S-400 AD system, and now the HIMARS missiles are mostly being shot down. Then it’s just a matter of finding them and destroying them. The Russian Tornado-S system has a longer range and more rockets than the HIMARs and if used in conjunction with the S-400 can probably counter-battery attack the HIMARS.
Shoot’n’scoot is a thing, but you don’t wait for your radar to tell you there’s incoming before the scoot part.
The Russian forces presumably have their Aistyonok and Penicillin counter-battery radar systems deployed for fairly good coverage, so that within moments of detecting a HIMARS launch, there’s something on the way back toward its point of origin.
During the “when the Soviets come across the Fulda Gap” time frame, when I was an 81mm mortarman, our training was that the Soviet doctrine for response to detected artillery was to paste the entire grid square (1000 x 1000 meters) that it came from with counter-battery fire. If that’s still the case, the closest thing to safety for a Ukrainian HIMARS crew would be for the truck to be running and start moving fast as soon as the rounds cleared the tube.
I think the HIMARS in Ukraine have a range of around 100 km and if it was me I’d get to 99 km and unload in reverse if I could and then do a Rockford turn back. I suspect the Russians have progressed past saturation artillery but I know that’s historically their style. I imagine in the PGM era it’s usually more of a one shot/one kill thing and you just don’t want to be in or near the thing getting killed. But then it occurred to me after the comment that the Ukrainians probably don’t have much in the way of radar coverage because the Russians probably hit radars as soon as they’re lit, so I guess after launch you just drive out of range, however far that is, as fast as you can and keep your fingers crossed. I doubt the Ukrainians have anywhere near enough defensive missiles to counter all the Russian incoming. I guess whoever builds the HIMARS is going to get a lot of repeat business while the war lasts.
Oh boy…let’s turn this proxy war into a real shooting war here where American troops die for random towns in eastern Ukraine filled with people that speak..RUSSIAN. We should have a Constitutional amendment where our hawks in Congress who vote for a war automatically volunteer themselves and their families to the frontlines.
THIS, because sending ‘advisors’ to Indochina worked out for us really well. They were just there to help, and not get involved in the hands-on part of war- no, no, never, never, well okay a bit. And then a bit more. And then those followed by regular forces.
But this time it’s different- they’re just going to track where our weapons are going and how they’re being used? Or are they going to be put in place to make sure they get to the *right people* for the *right price*?
I’ll just stand by until FM Lavrov makes a statement about this; he’s proven to be exponentially more trustworthy than anyone in the US government. Sorry, Washington- you’ve lied to the US public too many times.
All of these worthless chickenhawks need to be forced to the frontlines and prove they are not worthless. Russia is smart, wise and never reveals their cards unlike the supreme idiots in both parties here. The Zelensky government will fall soon and Russia will have a neutral Ukraine with no NATO or Uncle Sam to pollute it…
So now we know why Zelenski sacked the security chief and prosecutor. The plan was to steal Russian Fighter jets and they were negotiating with a pilot to fly a Russian fighter jet to a Ukrainian airfield and hand it over. He was paid a large amount of money and a flight path was provided to ensure the provided locations of air defense systems could be avoided.
Sounds like an absolute PR win to Ukraine. Unfortunately they were dealing with the Russian intelligence who received a large amount of money and the locations of radar and air defense systems in southern Ukraine. Which the Russian bombed.
The security chief and prosecutor were complete idiots and deserved to be sacked.
Of course, these same Congress-animals, should our US Military Advisors ever be captured by the Russians, will disavow all knowledge of there ever having been ANY US Military Advisors in the Ukraine because these congress-creatures are already spotting their tightie-whites over any possibility of there being a kinetic war between the United States and Russia. What a bunch of losers.
World War 3 started in 1945. Picking up where the Germans left off, the United States treating the Russians and Russian People as sub-humans — that’s an act of war. The sanctions are an act of war. The confiscation of private property is an act of war. A proxy war is an act of war. World War 3 has already begun. Send in US Military Advisors. Send in the clowns.
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