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Department Of Defense Denies Zelensky’s Request


I don’t know who else needs to hear this, but here we go…

Foreign wars are highly unpopular with the American people. We don’t want our brothers, sisters, daughters, sons, mothers, and fathers going off to fight a war started by a senile old man and a Russian oligarch in a foreign theater.

Ukraine is not even a NATO member! No matter what anyone tries to say or do to make you feel otherwise, the fact remains that Ukraine is neither a NATO member, nor an E.U. member.

The same people who screeched about Trump starting World War III for the last 4-5 years are now themselves clamoring for World War III with Russia

Now that we have gotten that out of the way, sources are now reporting that the Department of Defense has denied President Zelensky’s request to set up a NATO no-fly zone in the region:

The Epoch Times confirmed:

“The systems that are being used by the Russians to engage Ukrainian forces currently–they’re using a lot of rockets and missiles and artillery,” Pentagon chief Lloyd Austin told reporters. “There are a number of things that can be used to counter that.”

But Austin said Russian forces have been using cruise missiles that are being launched from within Russia’s borders.

“So a no-fly zone would not have prevented that activity,” Austin told reporters while speaking at a news conference with Slovak Defense Minister Jaroslav Nad in Bratislava, Slovakia.

The Guardian writes:

Even if Nato were prepared to do all this and invite a war with Russia, a no-fly zone wouldn’t stop Russian forces from bombing Ukrainian cities and civilians from the ground or with missiles.

This could create massive pressure for Nato planes to strike those forces as well. In short, this is a surefire recipe for mission creep and escalation.


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