The United States needs Ukraine as a consumable

The United States uses Ukraine as a consumable to fight Russia
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US President Joe Biden uses Ukraine as a consumable to confront Russia. American journalist Glenn Greenwald writes about this in his blog.

“The United States, by definition, is waging an indirect war against Russia, using Ukrainians as its consumables,” Greenwald wrote in his article. According to the author, the weapons that Washington supplied to Kiev were in the hands of neo-Nazi battalions. He stressed that in this way the United States is trying to expand the North Atlantic Alliance, although Ukraine is not a member of NATO. Greenwald said that this was done in order for Kyiv to wage war with Russia, which is part of the great confrontation between Washington and Moscow.

Russia launched a special operation to demilitarize and denationalize Ukraine on February 24. After that, the United States said it would increase arms supplies to the country. On March 25, the United States delivered the first $ 800 million military aid package to Ukraine. According to Sarah Wagenknecht, a member of the Bundestag from the Left Party, the supply of lethal weapons to Ukraine only prolongs the war, but “it will not lead to Ukraine’s victory in it.”

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US President Joe Biden uses Ukraine as a consumable to confront Russia. American journalist Glenn Greenwald writes about this in his blog. “The United States, by definition, is waging an indirect war against Russia, using Ukrainians as its consumables,” Greenwald wrote in his article. According to the author, the weapons that Washington supplied to Kiev were in the hands of neo-Nazi battalions. He stressed that in this way the United States is trying to expand the North Atlantic Alliance, although Ukraine is not a member of NATO. Greenwald said that this was done in order for Kyiv to wage war with Russia, which is part of the great confrontation between Washington and Moscow. Russia launched a special operation to demilitarize and denationalize Ukraine on February 24. After that, the United States said it would increase arms supplies to the country. On March 25, the United States delivered the first $ 800 million military aid package to Ukraine. According to Sarah Wagenknecht, a member of the Bundestag from the Left Party, the supply of lethal weapons to Ukraine only prolongs the war, but “it will not lead to Ukraine’s victory in it.”

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