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The Biden Regime Is Intentionally Prolonging the Ukraine-Russia War?!
There is a path to peace in Ukraine. In reality, there are a couple of them that are both feasible and wouldn’t require much effort on our part. But those are the two things that are not being done, which makes some wonder if Joe Biden and his regime are actually seeking peace at all.
Spoiler alert: They’re not. They’re doing everything they can to PROLONG the war and decimate the economies of all western nations, including the United States.
The first path to peace is to stay out of it altogether. The sooner Ukraine falls, the better it will be for everyone other than those in the Ukrainian government and the globalist elites. Yes, the Ukrainian people would be better off with a quick end to the war than one that is extended for months, even years. Most may not want to live under Russian occupation, but it’s better than living under the constant threat of war.
By no means am I rooting for the Russians. I wish they had never invaded in the first place. But now that they have, and since it seems extremely unlikely they will stop until the job is done, prolonging the war does nobody any good. Vladimir Putin is a corrupt leader, but so is the Ukrainian government. Volodymyr Zelensky is a puppet of the World Economic Forum, and much of the current government sympathizes with Nazis. Preserving this government at the detriment of the people is neither ethical nor beneficial to America.
The second path to victory would be to negotiate a peace agreement. It may shock people to know that the United States has not officially offered, let alone demanded that they broker a peace deal. It’s as if we don’t want peace to happen in Ukraine anytime soon. With 100% certainty, President Trump would have had the two sides at the negotiating table with him or his representatives by now. In fact, there’s a 99% certainty that Russia would never have invaded in the first place if Trump was not robbed of his 2020 victory.
Why is this happening the way it is? We knew weeks before the Russian invasion that the United States and other western nations, at the behest of the New World Order, were pushing for the invasion. The most glaring evidence of this is when Zelensky acknowledged that the United States was NOT going to allow Ukraine into NATO, but they were all supposed to keep that a secret. They WANTED Russia to believe that NATO membership was on the table for the sole reason of prompting them to invade.
“I requested them personally to say directly that we are going to accept you into NATO in a year or two or five, just say it directly and clearly, or just say no,” Zelensky said. “And the response was very clear, you’re not going to be a NATO member, but publicly, the doors will remain open.”
What we’re seeing with the multitude of sanctions which are NOT stopping the Russian invasion is that nearly everyone is hurting as a result. It’s not just the Russian people. The sanctions are having massive effects on western economies, including the United States. Biden himself even said in March that food shortages are coming. And that’s the point.
Back to the first way the war would end, we’re in the process of trying to send another $33 billion in aid to Ukraine. Countless weapons and other military supplies have already been sent. Does the Biden regime think this will help Ukraine win? No. Of course not. They know that it will only accomplish one thing: prolonging the war. The last thing they want is for a swift Russian victory. The second to last thing they want is a Ukrainian victory. The best thing for the globalist elites that will help them achieve their goal of The Great Reset is for the war to last as long as possible. That’s the purpose of the aid.
The Biden regime, on behalf of the globalist elites, is pushing the war to continue indefinitely if they can
And sadly, many patriotic Americans are falling for the con job. It really should be obvious based on our unwillingness to negotiate, but some just can’t see that. According to Nicolas J. S. Davies over at Global Research in an article that was written before the new call for $33 billion more in aid, the U.S. could have already helped negotiate peace but chose not to:
On April 21st, President Biden announced new shipments of weapons to Ukraine, at a cost of $800 million to U.S. taxpayers. On April 25th, Secretaries Blinken and Austin announced over $300 million more military aid. The United States has now spent $3.7 billion on weapons for Ukraine since the Russian invasion, bringing total U.S. military aid to Ukraine since 2014 to about $6.4 billion.
The top priority of Russian airstrikes in Ukraine has been to destroy as many of these weapons as possible before they reach the front lines of the war, so it is not clear how militarily effective these massive arms shipments really are. The other leg of U.S. “support” for Ukraine is its economic and financial sanctions against Russia, whose effectiveness is also highly uncertain.
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres is visiting Moscow and Kyiv to try to kick start negotiations for a ceasefire and a peace agreement. Since hopes for earlier peace negotiations in Belarus and Turkey have been washed away in a tide of military escalation, hostile rhetoric, and politicized war crimes accusations, Secretary General Guterres’ mission may now be the best hope for peace in Ukraine.
This pattern of early hopes for a diplomatic resolution that are quickly dashed by a war psychosis is not unusual. Data on how wars end from the Uppsala Conflict Data Program (UCDP) make it clear that the first month of a war offers the best chance for a negotiated peace agreement. That window has now passed for Ukraine.
The fastest path for the globalist elites to achieve their goals is if the Ukraine-Russia war continues to decimate world economies, including ours. Only then can that make the claim that we need to “build back better.”
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