In recent weeks, many news watchers have been shocked by the sudden change in tone by U.S. officials about the war in Ukraine.
The New York Times published an article saying that the intelligence shared by the United States Help Ukraine kill Russian general In some cases.
other Report This week, U.S. officials admitted to helping Ukraine provide intelligence that contributed to the sinking of the Russian cruiser Moskva.
While U.S. politicians are completely transparent about arming Ukraine, we are now in a new phase where they are apparently openly admitting what could be seen as an act of war against Russia.
as far as cause of war Go ahead, war is much less than bragging about helping kill the enemy.
The question is, why?
Ukraine ‘decides’ how to use US intelligence: Pentagon spokesman
John Kirby’s statement comes after The New York Times and NBC reported that U.S. intelligence helped Ukraine kill a Russian general and sink the cruiser Moscow
— Jack Detsch (@JackDetsch) May 6, 2022
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April 14, The Russian Navy’s flagship Moskva sank after being hit by two Ukrainian Neptune anti-ship missiles.
If Moscow sounds familiar, it should. This is the same ship that the famous 13 Snake Island heroes called “go away.” The original propaganda claimed that all who defended the island were killed.
Later, it was reported that they were captured and later released in a prisoner swap.
Pentagon press secretary John Kirby said Regarding the claim that the United States directly assisted in the attack:
“The Ukrainians have the intelligence capabilities to track and target Russian naval ships, as they did in this case.”
So I guess it’s fair to say we just identified the ship. Then, as our government claims we didn’t know in advance, they would target the ship.
NEW: U.S. provides Ukraine with intelligence to help them target Moscow. After Ukrainian forces spotted a Russian warship in the Black Sea, it asked the U.S. to confirm it was the Moscow. The U.S. responded that it was, and provided intelligence on its location. https://t.co/Um62fht80B
– Natasha Bertrand (@NatashaBertrand) May 5, 2022
While I’m not a Pentagon lover, I have a hard time believing that we don’t know exactly what Ukraine will do with our intelligence.
When will it cross the line?
Current policy states that the United States will not share lethal targeting intelligence about any Russian civilian or military leader. To date, Ukraine claims to have killed 12 Russian generals since the war began.
To be fair, there could be several reasons for this.
The Russian military is known for its resources, so there may be a leap forward in that incoming troops must be on the front lines to facilitate rapid communication. This is probably why it has been so successful in eliminating generals.
Or, it could be that we are sharing intelligence that contributes to these attacks, which look very Cold War-era and smell a little bit like a proxy assassination. Both are good mystery novels, but not for real life.
The third option was to kill the Russian general without much success, and it just a story– like “Ghost of Kyiv” or Snake Island 13.
beautiful. Shut up. https://t.co/Yls3A2gEcR
— John Sipher (@john_sipher) May 5, 2022
During his trip to Germany, Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin Say America wants:
“…to see Russia weakened to the point where it can’t do the kind of things it did when it invaded Ukraine.”
That’s a pretty tall order, no matter what you think of what’s going on in Ukraine. Moreover, this rhetoric is in line with what we heard from the Democratic congressional delegation visiting Kyiv, who vowed to stay in Kyiv until they win.
Our Congressional delegation is honored to work with @ZelenskyyUa Salute his leadership and courage in Kyiv, praise the outstanding defense of democracy by the Ukrainian people, and say we are with you until victory is won. pic.twitter.com/zkc588Qcrv
— Nancy Pelosi (@SpeakerPelosi) May 1, 2022
Secretary Austin also said a monthly “liaison group” would be formed to discuss plans with Western allies on the following steps:
“The Contact Group will be a tool for nations of goodwill to strengthen our efforts, coordinate our aid and focus on winning today’s struggles and tomorrow’s.”
How much can our military support be strengthened? It feels like we are in a proxy war with Russia.
So the next steps will be for American men and women to dedicate themselves to the ground in Ukraine, which I believe most Americans do not want.
Be careful what you say
It’s not easy to criticize our support for Ukraine, especially when we live in a political environment that requires extreme reactions.Iraq War Veteran and Former Democratic Presidential Candidate When Russia Invaded Tulsi Gabbard on Twitter:
“This war and suffering could have been easily avoided if the Biden administration/NATO had simply acknowledged Russia’s legitimate security concerns about Ukraine becoming a NATO member, which means U.S./NATO forces are on the Russian border.”
This war and suffering could have been easily avoided had the Biden administration/NATO simply acknowledged Russia’s legitimate security concerns about Ukraine becoming a NATO member, which means US/NATO troops are on the Russian border
— Tulsi Gabbard 🌺 (@TulsiGabbard) February 24, 2022
Gabbard is immediately marked as treason Senator Mitt Romney.
However, Even the Pope partly agrees Gabbard said in an interview that “NATO roaring at Russia’s door” likely sparked the war.
Speaking of her Democratic colleagues at the Conservative Political Action Conference, Gabbard said:
“They declare that we must go to war to spread democracy and freedom, while they actively work to undermine our democratic republic and our freedoms at home.”
We are already in a hot war with Russia, and it will get more intense as the stated goal of a Biden administration is to completely destroy Russia’s economy and military. Russia has made it clear that if faced with this prospect, they will have no choice but to use tactics…(1/3) pic.twitter.com/n35Nacxp8N
— Tulsi Gabbard 🌺 (@TulsiGabbard) May 6, 2022
Be careful, Tulsi, you might not be put back into the Democracy Club for a conversation like this; they might change your secret handshake.
However, she did make an interesting point in light of recent conversations about the Disinformation Governance Council, which smells weird, a lot like the Ministry of Truth in “1984.”
austin secretary Another thing I found interesting:
“We all start today with moral clarity. Russia is waging a selective war to indulge one’s ambitions.”
What would we call a botched withdrawal from Afghanistan? Because for many of us who have served, it feels like an act of condoning one’s political ambitions.
For the same purpose, what do we call this escalation of rhetoric against Russia? What started as a very carefully worded pro-Ukraine movement has morphed into words like “victory”, “victory” and “whatever it takes.”
What do we want to indulge, and what price will we pay?