Now The Globalists Want To Send NATO Troops Into Ukraine And Use Western Missiles To Hit Targets Deep Inside Russia


by Michael Snyder, End Of The American Dream:

The globalists are apparently trying to see how close they can get to the precipice without causing a cataclysmic nuclear war to erupt.  They are telling us that “momentum” is building to send NATO troops into Ukraine, and they want to allow Ukraine to use western missiles to hit targets deep inside Russia.  Have they gone completely and utterly insane?  They are literally dragging us to the brink of nuclear war.  And once the Russians conclude that nuclear war has become inevitable, they are not just going to sit back and see what happens.  The Russians have been preparing for a nuclear war for many years, and they understand that whoever strikes first will have the best chance of surviving.


Right now, the Russians are steadily gaining ground in Ukraine and the globalists are becoming increasingly desperate.

If NATO commits to sending troops into Ukraine, there will be no turning back and NATO troops will remain in Ukraine until the war is concluded.

This is a line that must not be crossed, but the globalists are seriously thinking about doing it anyway.  The following comes from an article in a British news source entitled “WW3 fears explode as drive to deploy NATO troops in Ukraine ‘clearly’ building momentum”…

The mission to deploy NATO troops in Ukraine is reportedly gaining momentum in Europe after facing opposition from those who did not trust the French-led movement.

Benjamin Haddad, a member of parliament for Emmanuel Macron’s Renaissance party, said the initiative would “turn the tables” on Vladimir Putin, whose troops are currently striving to seize more territory in eastern Ukraine.

Such a move would put us right on the verge of an all-out war with Russia, but some top European leaders are reportedly warming to the idea…

Among those who have expressed support for or been open to debate about the proposal are Czech President Petr Pavel, Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas, Polish Foreign Minister Radosław Sikorski, and Lithuanian Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis.

Unfortunately, U.S. officials are also considering proposals that “would involve deploying American troops to Ukraine”

There’s also a shift in training strategy under consideration, with plans to potentially train Ukrainian forces in the U.S. rather than in Germany. This would involve deploying American troops to Ukraine, a move President Biden has previously opposed.

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin hinted at possible exceptions for engaging Russian aircraft within Russian airspace, although details remain vague. “The air dynamics are a little bit different… But I don’t want to speculate on any type of involvement here on the podium,” he stated.

Sometimes I feel like I am watching a catastrophic train wreck in slow-motion play out right in front of my eyes.

I can see what is happening, but I can’t do anything to stop it.

In addition to sending U.S. troops to Ukraine, some U.S. officials are now urging Joe Biden to allow the Ukrainians to use U.S. missiles to hit targets inside Russian territory.  One of those officials is U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken

After a “sobering” visit to Kyiv, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has urged President Joe Biden to allow Ukraine to use American weapons against targets inside Russia, The  New York Times reported on May 22.

The debate is heating up at the White House, driven by the State Department’s push to permit strikes on missile and artillery installations along the Russia-Ukraine border.

Don’t let that last part fool you.

The Ukrainians are already hitting targets all along the Russia-Ukraine border.

What the Ukrainians want is to have permission to hit targets that are way beyond the border area.

House Speaker Mike Johnson has also come out in favor of allowing the Ukrainians to use U.S. weapons to strike targets inside Russian territory…

Officials in the US are growing more vocal in making the case for allowing Ukraine to use Washington-supplied weaponry to attack Russian territory.

On Wednesday, House Speaker Mike Johnson came out with a full-throated statement expressing support for such a move which would certainly risk bringing NATO and Russian into more direct conflict.

Over in Europe, similar proposals are now being floated regarding missiles that are being supplied by western European nations.

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