Doesn’t the meeting on Ukraine that was organized by U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and State Secretary Antony Blinken at the Ramstein Air Base, with more than 40 ally countries in attendance, as well as the press conference they held in Poland, signify a change in Washington’s war policy?
It is clearly raising its hand against Russia. However, will the battle that has been sustained through Ukraine so far bring Moscow and Washington to deal direct blows against each other?
Such reports, articles, and interpretations are abounding in the West. Yet, the root of the war in terms of Russia – you read it here first – is to sustain its presence as a third superpower equal to China and the U.S. Meanwhile, the West’s justification is to turn Russia into a weak actor on the global stage.
In Russian President Vladimir Putin’s words, “They are saying that a country this big cannot be independent.”
The American plan’s first target is Putin. He must go/be ousted. Biden had let it slip, “For God’s sake, this man can’t remain in power” (March 26).
However, none of this means that there aren’t any changes on the ground. There are shifts on both the battleground and in geopolitics.
The first is the continuous discourse on nuclear weapons and the fact that they will be used. Secondly, in relation to this, talks of a possible “World War III” are rife. Both sides are bringing up these issues. Moscow in particular is saying, “Take our words seriously.” Similarly, on the ground, heavy weapons are increasing, and Western military elements are entering Ukrainian fronts. Or rather, it is said that “weapons will enter.”
However, one of the critical outcomes of the Ramstein meeting is the declaration that this military meeting pertaining to Ukraine will be repeated monthly. Monthly or yearly? We already know that no country other than Turkey is pursuing peace, but to prolong the war? Some studies claim the war will last for at least a year. Clearly, this suits their plans.
The second simultaneous development is the Biden administration’s $33-billion demand from Congress for Ukraine, and the regional countries supporting Kyiv!
The U.S.’s economic situation is crystal clear. It’s clear, yet money is still being demanded to build a “new iron curtain” for the plan to spread the war to Eastern Europe, to the Balkans.
It might have been overlooked among all the buzz, but Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili last Wednesday said, “They are trying to spread the war to Moldova and us.” True words, indeed.
Even children see it now: The Joe Biden administration’s geopolitical objective is to weaken Russia both militarily and politically, turn Europe into a battlefield to ensure the continent is long dependent on U.S. leadership, and garner votes through this issue for the November elections.
Let us read between the lines. I previously wrote that Israel might change its tune toward Russia. That was completed at the Germany summit; Tel Aviv joined the Western front!
The U.K.’s leading role in the crisis is becoming clearer by day, and the discourse used is becoming high and mighty. The statements made at the Ramstein meeting and the U.K. foreign minister’s statements should be considered holistically.
“Our new approach is based on 3 areas: military strength, economic security, and deeper global alliances. The Eastern Flank must be strengthened, and we must support crucial states like Poland (remember the U.K.-Poland-Ukraine alliance). Some argue we shouldn’t provide heavy weapons for fear of provoking something worse. But my view, is that inaction would be the greatest provocation,” said Liz Truss, the UK’s foreign secretary.
“And we must ensure that, alongside Ukraine, the Western Balkans and countries like Moldova and Georgia have the resilience and the capabilities to maintain their sovereignty and freedom.”
The above statement means that Moldova is the door to Eastern Europe, in fact to the Balkans, into Georgia, the Caucasus.
“We need to pre-empt threats in the Indo-Pacific, working with our allies like Japan and Australia to ensure the Pacific is protected. Countries must play by the rules. And that includes China. We have shown with Russia the kind of choices we’re prepared to make when international rules are violated.”
These are not U.S. statements, mind you, London is saying this! It is now certain: the U.K. is the mastermind behind this.
The Kremlin spokesman said the same thing: “The EU, U.S., and NATO do everything the U.K. says.”
This “system” wants and feels the need to stop Russia. Hence, subjects like the economy, dollarization, and trade using local currencies are on the agenda. We have no idea what will happen to the system if Russia wins this war. But whether it is the U.S., the U.K., or the others, in all their statements against Russia, they always express, “We must use our strength for a more powerful global economy.”
We have to accept that Ukraine is the first leg of this plan. There is a lot more to come. The next game is going to be played on our field.
For the same reason, I am not saying that “we must be aware” of the U.S. deployment of troops and vehicles to the region, we well as the allocation of a budget for the permanent employment of another 3,500 terrorists, which clearly means the problem in Ukraine is going to turn into the chaos in Syria. We would have to be blind not to see and be aware of it. What we must do is to “stop it in its tracks.”