Proxy wars for natural resource wealth are perhaps the worst feature of the state.
The average Russian, Ukrainian, and American never wants war. It is only a tiny minority of psychopathic individuals which drive the human race towards war.
I recently wrote an article on “freedom gas“, and how this is likely to be the major motivating factor for the. U.S. government to stoke conflict in the Eastern European region.
Today the Biden administration has taken one more step towards erupting a massive conflict in the region.
According to the latest reports, the Pentagon will deploy 3,000 troops to the region in order to prop up NATO defenses.
What people should never forget is that the only reason Russia has been posturing regarding Ukraine is due to the fact that NATO has been instigating Russia for years by amassing missiles on its borders.
Will the Biden administration make a huge blunder out of this like they have everything else?
Here are the latest developments:
In his desperation to provoke Putin, Biden has just effectively started this war. God help us all. https://t.co/3u0qVOt2hc
— Raheem J. Kassam (@RaheemKassam) February 2, 2022
The U.S. is sending more troops to Europe amid the growing tensions over Russia’s military presence near Ukraine’s border.
U.S. fighter jets are already in Estonia, one of the Baltic states sandwiched between Russia and its ally Belarus, in a show of support to the NATO ally. pic.twitter.com/aTGOKPeJEw
— CBS Mornings (@CBSMornings) February 2, 2022
According to The Hill:
“At the President’s direction and Secretary Austin’s recommendation, the Department of Defense will reposition certain Europe-based units further east, forward deploy additional U.S.-based units to Europe, and maintain the heightened state of readiness of response forces to meet these commitments,” a senior administration official said in a statement to The Hill.
Pentagon spokesperson John Kirby said that the U.S. has put about 8,500 troops on alert to be ready to deploy to Europe, potentially on very short notice, in the latest effort to reassure NATO allies in the face of a Russian military buildup near Ukraine https://t.co/6ZMY1Ixx8b pic.twitter.com/xtCyQevsYD
— Reuters (@Reuters) January 24, 2022
President Biden has signed off on sending additional troops to reinforce NATO allies in eastern Europe amid a mounting crisis with Russia over Ukraine and security policy across the continent. The U.S. troops could begin deploying within days.
— Steven W. Moore (@_StevenWMoore) February 2, 2022
The Associated Press had more:
Poland’s Defense Minister Mariusz Blaszczak wrote on Twitter that the U.S. deployment to his country is “a strong signal of solidarity in response to the situation in Ukraine.”
The 1,000 U.S. troops going to Romania are members of the 2nd Cavalry Regiment based at Vilseck, Germany. They will augment the approximately 900 U.S. troops already in Romania, Kirby said.