10 Year Warning From Ron Paul

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by Jack Montgomery, The National Pulse:

Veteran senator and former presidential candidate Ron Paul has warned the “Great Ukraine Robbery” is far from over, as the “elites have no intention of shutting down” their “gravy train.”

“Reuters wrote right after the aid bill was passed that, ‘Ukraine’s $61 billion lifeline is not enough.’ Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell went on the Sunday shows after the bill was passed to say that $61 billion is ‘not a whole lot of money for us…’ Well, that’s easy for him to say,” writes Paul. McConnell, the outgoing Senate Minority Leader, and his wife have a net worth in the tens of millions of dollars.

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Paul, the father of Senator Rand Paul, notes Ukraine’s foreign minister, Dmytro Kuleba, “had the nerve to criticize the U.S. for not producing weapons fast enough” after the aid bill’s approval, asking, “How’s that for a ‘thank you’?”

Vice presidential contender Senator J.D. Vance notes U.S. industry is incapable of meeting the Ukrainian military’s needs, however much aid goes to Zelensky, due to lack of capacity. Zelensky says he needs four to seven million 155-millimeter artillery shells to stay in the fight. The U.S. produces only 360,000 annually and can only give some to Ukraine.

Vance argues this reality proves it is time to “accept that Mr. Zelensky’s stated goals for the war — a return to 1991 boundaries — are fantastical” and encourage a compromise peace. Kuleba insists it means the U.S. should reconfigure its economy.

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“It’s all about the U.S. weapons industry,” Paul argues. “Last week news broke that the Ukrainian government was in negotiations with the Biden Administration to sign a ten-year security agreement that would lock in U.S. funding for Ukraine for the next two and a half U.S. Administrations. That would unconstitutionally tie future presidents’ hands when it comes to foreign policy and would leave Americans on the hook for untold billions more dollars taken from them and sent to the weapons industry and to a corrupt foreign government,” he warned.

He concluded with a scathing criticism of Biden’s claims the day he signed the multi-billion-dollar aid bills for UkraineIsrael, and Taiwan was “a good day for world peace.”

“Yes, and ‘War is peace.’ Debt is good. Freedom is slavery,” he said, citing the slogans of the ruling party in George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four.

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