Oops, he did it again!
“President” Biden, in all his non-peacemaking glory, likely set the world on edge with his recent appearance at the United Nations General Assembly in New York.
During his speech, Biden all but promised to keep funneling endless billions into Ukraine, with scant, if any, references to a peace plan, or even a path forward to victory.
“That’s why the United States, together with our allies and partners around the world, will continue to stand with the brave people of Ukraine as they defend their sovereignty and territorial integrity and their freedom,” Biden boomed.
Translation: Multiple billions more of taxpayers’ money, while illegals continue to stream across the border, wreaking total havoc.
“It’s not only an investment in Ukraine’s future, but in the future of every country that seeks a world governed by basic rules that apply equally to all nations and uphold the rights of every nation, no matter how big or how small: sovereignty, territorial integrity,” Biden continued, demonstrating a total lack of awareness.
After all, “basic rules” have hardly “[applied] equally to all nations” in the past.
In essence, Biden has adopted the Dems’ domestic economic policies on the global stage: Spend, spend, spend, with zero, zero, zero accountability … then wonder why no problem ever seems to be resolved.
Unfortunately, the problem of such an approach is that not solving the problem very well may be the goal … After all, ongoing problems seem to translate into ongoing income for more than one rather opportunistic globalist.
Just consider how wealthy more than one political elite in the United States (and elsewhere) has become, as a direct result of conflict.
Just consider how many members of Congress and the Senate have invested heavily in companies known for primarily serving the industrial military complex machine.
Indeed, even mainstream media has referenced suspect congressional investments, at least to a degree.
“Some members of Congress stand to personally profit off Russia’s war on Ukraine … At least 20 federal lawmakers or their spouses hold stock in Raytheon Technologies and Lockheed Martin, which manufacture the weapons Western allies are sending Ukraine to fight Russian invaders, according to an Insider analysis of federal financial records,” Business Insider reported in May 2022.
How (un)surprising that the war is still going strong in September 2023!
Is it any wonder that Biden has promised an effectively blank check to the Eastern European nation, which is ironically designated for defending its borders?
Though, of course, the real reason might be for continued funding of the military-industrial complex, which former President Dwight D. Eisenhower warned about in his “Farewell Address,” which was delivered in 1961.
“In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist,” Eisenhower warned.
Indeed, it will …
Author: Jane Jones