'I Ain’t Dying in the Ukraine'

by | Jan 22, 2022


Less than a week after the US claimed they had intel which showed that Russia was planning a false-flag operation in order to induce a conflict with Ukraine, the Ukrainian self-proclaimed state known as the Donetsk People’s Republic (DNR), which has received assistance from Russia in the past, is now accusing the US of planning a false-flag operation of their own. 

Both accusations are similar, accusing the other side of using commandos to commit acts of terrorism in order to instigate a conflict. The accusation coming from the DNR seems baseless due to there not being any proof for their claims. As for the US’s accusations however, they do not make sense. “Ukraine is the poorest and most corrupt country in Europe, that’s before it’s been bombed…so if it’s bombed it’s going to be in even worse shape. So Russia inherits an absolute nightmare. What’s that going to do to Putin’s popularity at home?… He got back Crimea without bloodshed at all, and that boosted his popularity. If he goes into Ukraine, just for the fun of it, and loses a few thousand Russians and inherits this huge, messed up, worthless country…there’ll be no benefit.” said Daniel McAdams on the Ron Paul Liberty Report

While the DNR’s accusations may seem baseless, what is to be made of the US’s accusations? It is shocking that the US is now admitting false-flags are real, since they have denied their planning of and participation in them throughout America’s history. History should show, however, that their accusations are not to be trusted and there is something deceiving behind them. Keep in mind too, there are many Islamic extremists residing in Russia who very well may have received CIA training and may be keen to US intel they plan to act on, so there is some more weight to the possibility that the US may be planning their own false-flag event.

What does the US have to gain from a conflict in Ukraine? Well, with the virus narrative crumbling in front of their eyes the government needs something they can use to justify keeping and expanding their control over the citizenry. This conflict has the potential of turning into an all out war, perhaps even World War 3 given the US and Russia’s respective allies. War is the healthline of the state, and a war on this level would allow them to justify any kind of control they want over us. 

The warmongers in Washington had a moment of panic this week, however. 

From the New York Post

President Biden blundered during his White House news conference Wednesday by saying that Russia’s military “will be able to prevail over time” if it launches an invasion of Ukraine — moments after suggesting that a “minor incursion” by Moscow on Kiev’s territory may see a less severe response from Washington and its NATO allies…Biden was asked by Alex Alper of Reuters to clarify his “minor incursion” comment.

‘Are you saying that a minor incursion by Russia into Ukrainian territory would not lead to the sanctions that you have threatened or are you effectively giving Putin permission to make a small incursion into the country?’ Alper asked.

After initially responding that ‘big nations can’t bluff,’ the president doubled down on his initial statement, saying: ‘The question is, if it’s something significantly short of a significant invasion — or not even significant, just major military forces coming across. For example, it’s one thing to determine that if they continue to use cyber efforts, well, we could respond the same way, with cyber.’

“But it’s very important that we keep everyone in NATO on the same page,” Biden went on before acknowledging that “there are differences” among the allies about what their response to a Russian invasion should be.

The RINO’s were quick to complain that Biden was not hawkish enough for their liking:

Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) tweeted that he was “deeply troubled” by Biden’s “minor incursion” comment, saying it was “the wrong way to view this threat.”

Any Russian military incursion into Ukraine should be viewed as a major one that could likely destabilize Ukraine and Europe,” Portman added.

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) was more blunt, tweeting that the president had “just green-lighted Putin to invade Ukraine.”

Biden’s caretakers were quick to rush in and clarify he has not stopped beating the war drum yet:

White House press secretary Jen Psaki later rushed out a statement saying that Biden “has been clear with the Russian President: If any Russian military forces move across the Ukrainian border, that’s a renewed invasion, and it will be met with a swift, severe, and united response from the United States and our Allies. 

“President Biden also knows from long experience that the Russians have an extensive playbook of aggression short of military action, including cyberattacks and paramilitary tactics,” Psaki added. “And he affirmed today that those acts of Russian aggression will be met with a decisive, reciprocal, and united response.”

A big deal was made out of this when there should not have been any worry at all from the warmongers. Everyone knows Biden is slowly deteriorating mentally in front of all of America’s eyes. It is sad and makes one wonder why he was made one of the New World Order’s main puppets through a stolen election if he is so incompetent of even acting the part. However, that does not mean the war drum has or will stop beating.

In the same presser, Biden remarked that he had already given “over $600 million worth of sophisticated equipment, defensive equipment to the Ukrainians.”

The US leans towards one path, and it is not a path of peace. Victoria Nuland, who orchestrated the US-led coup in Ukraine in 2014, and who is now Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, hinted about the 18 “different scenarios” the US has planned to use against Russia if they attack Ukraine in any way. “I’m not going to preview 18 different scenarios … I would simply say that our commitment and the conversation that we have with our allies is around inflicting very sharp pain very fast, if Russia makes this move in any form,” Nuland said.

The same woman who helped set the history in motion to lead us to this potential conflict between Ukraine and Russia (that could easily become something bigger) is now helping call the shots in the US’s plans surrounding this situation. Do you believe in coincidences?

While there is no telling what will end up happening, the American people should be ready to protest and resist the next war before it happens. It will not do our country any good losing more American lives or letting the government spend and debase our money. It will fill those in government and the military-industrial complex’s pockets, and help them grow in power.

One should also consider the irony in the US criticizing Russia for setting up troops along their own border. After all, the Russian military is still in its own country, unlike the US which has bases all over the world. Also, why does a democrat administration suddenly care about borders? And why are they not seeming to care about our own?

All these contradictions in our politics and government are quite confusing, but one message should be clear: going to wars that induce international mergers because of foreign entanglements is not putting America first. War in general breeds nothing but destruction and gives the state more power. There is no good in it.

To make sense of all the contradictions, just start by knowing this: the US has conducted false-flag events and has had intel they chose not to act on or chose to take advantage of, in order to launch wars they had planned well in advance, and you should not put it past them to do it again. 

 If you believe in peace and have hope for prosperity, it is time you realize this truth and spread this message across the land, before it is too late.

Reprinted with permission from The Societal Scope.