The Biden administration is driving America towards an inevitable war with Russia as it is reportedly ordering 8,500 U.S military troops to be deployed to Ukraine.
The tensions between Russia and the U.S. are continuing to grow, despite Russian President Vladimir Putin saying he has no intention of invading Ukraine and stated that the United States is attempting to instigate a war by sending NATO forces to the Ukrainian border.
The whole world got to witness Joe Biden’s absolute failure of the Afghanistan withdrawal, and hopes are not high that the President will be able to take on this latest military endeavor without further embarrassing us on the world’s stage, all the while plunging us into another war.
With his sights set on a major nuclear power like Russia, Biden is not only sending several thousand troops, but a range of warships and aircrafts.
According to Pentagon spokesman John Kirby, 8,500 US troops are on heightened alert, waiting for possible deployment to Eastern Europe.
Of course the establishment is chomping at the bit to get their war, interestingly, right around the time the COVID narrative begins to collapse, with mandates for masks and vaccines being blocked from every angle, including by the Supreme Court, who recently blocked Biden’s vax mandates for employers with over 100 employees.
The posturing from the Biden administration, however, could be seen as a provocation by the Russians, who have stated that false flags may be used to start a war.
“The move would signal a major pivot for the Biden administration, which up until recently was taking a restrained stance on Ukraine, out of fear of provoking Russia into invading,” reported The New York Times.
The State Department has also ordered the family members of U.S Embassy personnel living in Kyiv Ukraine, to the leave the country. Weirdly, Biden did not order US personnel or citizens to leave Russia. The move caught the attention of President Putin, who pointed out Biden’s hypocrisy.
The Convention of States Action (COSA) released a poll last week, that found that only 1 in 6 Americans, around 15.3 percent, want US soldiers involved with a war between Ukraine and Russia.
It also found that almost 70 percent of America doesn’t support weapons and supplies being given to Ukraine and 77 percent of Americans do not want any military advisers to be sent to the Ukraine if war breaks out.
Unsurprisingly, after fighting a costly 20 year war in Afghanistan, the overwhelming majority of Americans do not support troops being sent to Eastern Europe.
Biden is also preparing for the possibility of Russia cutting off natural gas supplies to the U.S and is working with European officials and natural gas suppliers around the world, to cushion any fall out that may come from a war.
The U.S and European allies have promised hard sanctions on Russia if they move their military into Ukraine and have said that one step across the border, will be counted as an invasion.
Of concern are the millions in Europe who rely on Russian natural gas to get through the winters and the potential for supply to be cut off, could spell disaster for millions.
Putin has already moved close to 100,000 troops to the Ukrainian border.
Any U.S. and European measures against Russia in the event of an invasion “also have consequences for others, including us,” Secretary of State Antony Blinken said in remarks as part of a lecture series Monday night.
“There’s a cost imposed on everyone,” Blinken said. “But we have done a tremendous amount of work to mitigate any effects of sanctions on those…imposing them, as well as any retaliatory action that Russia might take.”
If the natural gas supply is cut off, Europe will look to North Africa, the Middle East, Asia and the United States to keep up with demand, sourcing from multiple places in smaller volumes.