Monday, October 31, 2022

Why Ukraine is Still at War

Fiona Hill was one of the non-Jewish witnesses against Pres. Trump in the first impeachment, complaining that he was not shipping more weapons to kill Russians.

Now she with with a leftist think-tank and co-wrote an essay on the Ukraine War. She is all in favor of World War III with Russia, but reveals this:

According to multiple former senior U.S. officials we spoke with, in April 2022, Russian and Ukrainian negotiators appeared to have tentatively agreed on the outlines of a negotiated interim settlement: Russia would withdraw to its position on February 23, when it controlled part of the Donbas region and all of Crimea, and in exchange, Ukraine would promise not to seek NATO membership and instead receive security guarantees from a number of countries.
The West killed the deal:
The news highlights the impact of former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s efforts to stop negotiations, as journalist Branko Marcetic noted on Twitter. The decision to scuttle the deal coincided with Johnson’s April visit to Kyiv, during which he reportedly urged Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to break off talks with Russia for two key reasons: Putin cannot be negotiated with, and the West isn’t ready for the war to end.

The apparent revelation raises some key questions: Why did Western leaders want to stop Kyiv from signing a seemingly good deal with Moscow? Do they consider the conflict a proxy war with Russia? And, most importantly, what would it take to get back to a deal?

This is consistent with Russia's official position. Putin has always said that he does not want to accupy Ukraine. He just wants to protect the Russian territories and keep Ukraine neutral.

Ukraine has become a puppet state of the Western alliance. The war continues because the Western alliance is willing to kill Ukrainians in order to undermine Russia. And they want to undermine Russia because of a Jewish feminist LGBT agenda.

Putin could be lying, of course, but here are American officials saying the same thing. A reasonable settlement was available, but UK and USA blocked it.

Ukraine is being propped up by Western aid and weapons. The UK and USA appear willing to commit terrorist acts directly against Russia, such as blowing up the pipelines and maybe the Crimea bridge.

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