Ron Paul asks “why is the Biden Administration pushing Ukraine to attack Russia?”
The unhinged US “experts” behind the 2014 coup against the elected Ukrainian president are back in power and they are determined to finish the job – even if it means World War III! The explicit US backing of Ukraine’s military ambitions in the region are a blank check to Kiev.
But it is a check that Kiev would be wise to avoid cashing. Back in 1956 the US government pumped endless propaganda into Hungary promising military backing for an uprising against its Soviet occupiers. When the Hungarians, believing Washington’s lies, did rise up they found themselves all alone and facing Soviet retaliation.
Despite the cruel US propaganda, at least Eisenhower was wise enough to realize that no one would benefit from a nuclear war over Budapest.
Why is it any of our business whether Crimea is part of Ukraine or part of Russia? Why is it any of our business if the Russian-speaking population of eastern Ukraine prefer being aligned with Russia?
Why, for that matter, are unproven allegations of Russian meddling in our elections a violation of the “rules-based international order” but an actual US-backed coup against an elected Ukrainian government is not?
We are seeing foreign policy made by Raytheon and the other US military contractors, through cut-outs in government like Austin and others. Feckless US foreign policy “experts” believe their own propaganda about Russia and are on the verge of taking us to war over it.
It seems as if Americans are sleepwalking through this dangerous minefield. Let us hope they soon wake up before we’re all blown up.
Because the Trotskyites who fled the Soviet Union after Stalin won the intra-communist power struggle and infested the United States now run the Biden administration and they have been seeking to use the US military to take their revenge ever since.
As Ron Paul assiduously avoids noticing, the third- and fourth-generation followers of Leon Trotsky who call themselves “neoconservatives” and include people such as Bill Kristol, Michael Ledeen, Ben Shapiro, and Doug Emhoff are entirely responsible for advocating these would-be wars on Syria, Russia, and Iran. It is not the defense contractors, who strongly tend to prefer Cold War-style arms buildups that don’t actually involve their overpriced products being put to the test.