We’ve Been Consistently Writing About The Globalist Desire For War With Russia For Years
We’ve written consistently about this issue for years — Ukraine is not our fight.
The Biden* administration is now wagging the dog for a war with the Russian Federation.
Let me go over again some salient points:
- The Russian civilization started in the city of Kyiv, which is now Ukraine, centuries ago — the Kyiv Rus people. When the Mongols invaded, the Rus princes moved north to Moscow. Ukraine is historically connected to the Russian Federation. Yes, Stalin starved millions of Ukrainians to death during Soviet times, and many Ukrainians would rather be connected to the West, but many would rather be connected to Moscow as they see themselves as brothers.
- Ukraine is the Soros organized crime family playground. Massive money laundering, illegal election interference, color revolutions, and U.S. government corruption runs wild in Ukraine. This apparatus controls the Ukrainian government.
- NATO encroachment to Russia’s border makes no sense. It is dangerous. A hot war in Europe is something no one will benefit from, except the elites who want to take down the American system, as well as the Kremlin.
- It is not in Russia’s interest to invade Ukraine. They do not have the financial resources to make this effort beneficial to the Kremlin. It will be a bloody and expensive proposition.
- It is the West that is aggressively sanctioning Russia, not the other way around. WWII in the Pacific started with economic sanctions on Japan. Think about Russia arming Texas, this is how Russians see Ukraine.
The globalist cabal is pushing for war with Russia, in order to take eyes off the existential threat — the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
China is actually threatening publicly to invade Taiwan, a close ally of the United States. You hear nothing about this in the press – that is all you need to know about this supposed ‘imminent’ Russian invasion.
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