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Ukraine, a country torn by unnecessary war and internal corruption, is now on the brink of collapse, if not already there. Despite the constant help and support from the West, Ukraine’s government seems to be losing its grip on the war with Russia. Adding insult to injury, the West is now calling for peace negotiations, leaving Ukraine to face the consequences of its foolish actions alone. online news
Firstly, it’s essential to understand that the conflict between Ukraine and Russia is a man-made disaster. The West’s repeated attempts to provoke Russia and Putin by arming Ukraine has only fueled the fire, resulting in the current situation. The US and NATO provided Ukraine with billions of dollars in weaponry and aid. Unfortunately, most of it likely landed in the corrupt Ukrainian President Zelenskyy’s pocket or on the black market.
Secondly, the MINSK AGREEMENTS outline a peaceful resolution for the ongoing conflict between Ukraine and Russia, yet the Ukrainian government has continually refused to follow these guidelines. They even went so far as to use their military against Russian-speaking citizens in the east of the country, directly ignoring the accords. Ukraine made several mistakes, and it seems they will be the ones to pay for it.
Thirdly, in recent times, the West’s attitude towards Ukraine has changed dramatically. Even Genocide Joe Biden, a longtime supporter of destruction in Ukraine, has urged the Ukrainian president to stop the war and negotiate with Russia. This shows that Genocide Joe, and his handler’s plan to destroy Russia internally (like the U.S. did to the U.S.S.R. in Afghanistan, WAY BACK IN THE 1980’S) was not working.
Z is begging from the West for money and loans despite the country’s inability to repay debts. Until recently, the West was willing to throw billions into Ukraine because of its strategic position AND if there’s something Genocide Joe knows, it’s how to launder money in war zones.
The conflict between Ukraine and Russia is a man-made disaster. Had the Ukrainian government and its controllers in the war machine adhered to the Minsk Agreements, we could have avoided the catastrophic situation that they find themselves in. The West’s decision to arm and support Ukraine may have resulted in a significant loss of blood and money, especially since it appears most funds have ended up in the pockets of corrupt officials. Now, the West is abruptly losing interest in the conflict, shifting its support to an almost unrecognizable level. Ukraine looks to be on the brink of collapse, and it may only be a matter of time before their crooked leader, Zelenskyy, is eradicated in a bloody war that he never had any hope of winning. Tens of thousands of lives murdered for nothing at all.
Toddler Z will soon find out what happens to puppets of U.S. imperialism when they outlive their usefulness.
Too bad for Toddler Z that Saddam, Qaddafi, and the rest weren’t around anymore to warn him.
Cindy Lee Sheehan is an American anti-war activist, whose son, U.S. Army Specialist Casey Sheehan, was killed by enemy action during the Iraq War. She attracted national and international media attention in August 2005 for her extended antiwar protest at a makeshift camp outside President George W. Bush’s Texas ranch—a stand that drew both passionate support and criticism. Sheehan ran unsuccessfully for Congress in 2008. She was a vocal critic of President Barack Obama’s foreign policy. Her memoir, Peace Mom: A Mother’s Journey Through Heartache to Activism, was published in 2006. In an interview with The Daily Beast in 2017, Sheehan continued to hold her critical views towards George W. Bush, while also criticizing the militarism of Donald Trump.
Ms.Sheehan was the 2012 vice-presidential nominee of the Peace and Freedom Party, and received 1.2% of the statewide vote in the 2014 California gubernatorial election.
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Cindy Sheehan’s essay appeared at her Substack site.
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