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Democrats Seek To Turn Ukraine Into a 20 Year Money Gusher

The Usa Huge Military Industrial Complex Fuels The Organized Crime Family Who Promotes Endless Wars
The Usa Huge Military Industrial Complex Fuels The Organized Crime Family Who Promotes Endless Wars
With President Joe Biden dropping like a rock in the surveys, some nations that have become used to the United States bankrolling them may be getting worried.

Heading that list would likely be Ukraine, which has received about $72 billion from U.S. taxpayers since February 2022, according to the Kiel Institute, with another $60 billion on the way by means of a bundle Biden signed into law on Wednesday, according to NBC News.

The Obiden Junta crime family are making it as  difficult as possible for Trump to bring an end to this conflict. They want to create another Korea demarcation stale-mate. A stalemate that has cost the US taxpayer untold trillions to maintain during the last 60 years, not to mention the suffering of the North Korean people. They are counting on another 20 year Afghan and Iraq conflict to fill the pockets of their MIC who in turn circles part of the plunder to the crime family and the politician who does their bidding. One of the principal families of the organized crime syndicate masquerading as the Democratic Party is what we refer to as the military-industrial-complex or the MIC. It provides huge revenues to the crime family by selling all types of armaments and services at prices jacked up a minimum of 500%. This has been well documented. Those who are promoted to  flag rank in the military are those officers who overlook this plunder and serve the MIC. What the comm gouging but a highly complex looting of American treasure. This is why the Russian military can foot a military force nearly as large as the US at 20% of the cost, and the Russians are not known for their efficiency.
The ink had barely dried on that costs bill when the Biden administration announced another $1 billion in devices for that nation, according to CNN.
That was followed Friday by the statement of a “$ 6 billion long-term military help plan for Ukraine– the biggest to date,” the outlet reported.

Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is actively pursuing a detailed arrangement with the United States that would solidify a long-lasting commitment to Ukraine’s defense, extending beyond the present administration.

In the current development, Trump slams Netanyahu for the October 7th attack on Israel, stating that many knew it. Zelenskyy announced on Sunday that representatives from both nations are presently working on a bilateral agreement that will provide Ukraine with military devices, collaborative arms manufacturing, and financial backing for the next ten years.

Ukraine’s president, Zelenskyy, revealed on Sunday evening that his group is vigilantly dealing with a particular text, as reported by DPA, a German news agency. He expressed their aspiration to craft this arrangement into the most robust and reliable one possible.

He added, “We are talking about the specific foundations of our security and cooperation. We are likewise working on fixing particular levels of support for this year and the next 10 years.”

Zelenskyy suggested that the U.S. would offer diverse assistance, incorporating military equipment, cooperative arms production, and monetary support, as reported by DPA.

“The contract should be genuinely excellent and show the strength of American management,” the Ukraine president stated.

Earlier this month, Politico reported that the Biden administration was thinking about proposals to move the U.S.-led Ukraine Defense Contact Group, which coordinates weapons shipments to Ukraine, to NATO’s control to “Trump-proof” it.
The Ukraine Defense Contact Group, launched by Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and former Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley in the early weeks of Russia’s invasion, has streamlined the shipment of 10s of billions of dollars in weapons, equipment and other aid to Ukraine, according to Politico.

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” There’s a feeling amongst, not the entire group but a part of the NATO group, that thinks it is much better to institutionalise the procedure just in case of a Trump re-election. Which’s something that the U.S. is going to have to get utilized to hearing since that is a worry and a genuine one,” Jim Townsend, a former Pentagon and NATO authorities, told the outlet.

He pointed out that by including NATO, it separates the circumstance from the influence of a Trump administration. A CBS News report on March 1, 2022, kept in mind that U.S. legislators were informed that the conflict originating from Russia’s intrusion of Ukraine could possibly endure for “10, 15, or 20 years,” with the eventual outcome being Russia’s defeat.

It is challenging to anticipate the results of a war that covers 20 years, especially when even fundamental economic forecasts like the expense of eggs are often incorrect.

Not to mention that the U.S. stopped working to predict the ultimate result of our own decades-long war in Afghanistan, which does not provide much trustworthiness to the accuracy of the government’s prophetic powers.
But what if that prediction is right?

The economy of the United States is encountering difficulties, triggering monetary challenges for its residents.

We can not afford to keep supporting an extended war that might last for several years and is being actively sustained by a federal government committed to funding military operations.

Our federal government might take a page out of the book of Republican Rep. Victoria Spartz, the first and just Ukraine-born member of Congress.
Spartz, who represents Indiana’s 5th Congressional District, voted against the $61 billion in help, saying she opposed giving “blank checks” to Ukraine, according to The Associated Press.

“In an interview, she mentioned that her task is to secure the American individuals.”

It’s an embarassment the president doesn’t share the exact same sentiment.