America may send 50,000 troops to Eastern Europe



Today the White House is discussing sending anywhere up to 50 thousand or more troops to Eastern Europe, starting small and scaling up, to challenge Russia. Sources in Washington DC, some of whom seem to be repeating newspaper articles but others more in the know, from Arlington, Virginia, all agree that under discussion is a massive and immediate movement of American troops, “probably airborne and infantry”,  to countries surrounding Russia. Two sources from Arlington suggest this is consistent with what estimates and threat response scenarios the Pentagon analysts have been asked to ‘wrap into easily understood presentations’.

“The armed forces of the nations of Donetsk and Luhansk are not ‘Russian Backed Rebels’, they are a structured armed services in their respective nations whose fully trained members are serving in the defence of their nations and the provision of the rule of law in the Donetsk PR and the Luhansk PR, since 2015,” says a Major in the Donetsk Army who is not authorized to speak to foreign journalists but was willing to speak unidentified through his wife who is English-speaking and a member of the global RINJ Women civil society organization which has adamantly opposed “all military measures being used to cope with the alleged crisis in Ukraine where the status quo of turmoil has been maintained for nearly eight years”.

Independence Parade May 2018

The military of the Donetsk People’s Republic during independence celebrations in May 2018 A referendum was held on 11 May 2014 and the organisers claimed that 89% voted in favor of self-rule, with 10% against, on a turnout of nearly 75%. The results of the referendums were not officially recognised by any government, including those of Ukraine, the United States, the European Union, and Russia.
Photo Credit:  Andrew Butko, CC BY-SA 3.0. Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto FPMag


“These two countries declared their independence in early 2014 following their own referendums which surprisingly no other nation acknowledged and that includes Russia, the European Union, Ukraine and the United States,” ex Lt.-Col. Simon Baldock, now an Israeli security analyst explains.

“Today the people of Luhansk and Donetsk  face an estimated 100,000 Ukraine and American troops, with missiles, rockets, tanks and bombers with other troops and weapons  coming to join them from Spain, Italy, France and the United Kingdom. Thousands of tons more artillery shells, rockets and missiles pour into Ukraine from America and the USA-controlled NATO group,” explains Dale Carter, a political science PhD who works with the global civil society women’s rights group, RINJ Women which has numerous chapters of its organization in the region.

Sources in France suggest that President Macron who is also the current President of the European Union, intends to conduct a video conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

French President Emmanuel Macron is set to share his vision of Ukrainian de-escalation with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin soon, Agence France-Presse reported on Monday citing a presidential administration source.

As FPMag sought to confirm this tip, Tass released the following message.

“The president will propose a path towards de-escalation to his Russian counterpart, during a phone conversation to take place in coming days,” the Elysee Palace source said. “We are concerned about the situation and want to avoid more instability,” said a Tass official Russian release.

A four-way meeting of political advisers from the Normandy Quartet, specifically France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine, is scheduled to take place in Paris on 26 January 2022.

The Russian delegation is, according to plans hours ago, to be led by the Kremlin’s Deputy Chief of Staff Dmitry Kozak. That could change as events unfold today.

Ukraine tanks assault civilians in DOnetsk and Luhansk regions

Analysts are now saying that internal politics in America have compelled Biden to try to force Russia to rescue the allied nations of Donetsk and Luhansk, now and for eight years, under attack. Photo Credit: Source Supplied. Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto FPMag

Senior Airman Zachary Kline, 436th Aerial Port Squadron cargo processor, palletizes ammunition, weapons and other equipment bound for Ukraine during a foreign military sales mission at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, Jan. 21, 2022. Since 2014, the United States has committed more than $5.4 billion in total assistance to Ukraine, including security and non-security assistance. The United States reaffirms its steadfast commitment to Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity in support of a secure and prosperous Ukraine. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mauricio Campino)

Staff Sgt. Kyle Davis, 436th Aerial Port Squadron special handling supervisor, counts pallets of ammunition, weapons and other equipment bound for Ukraine during a foreign military sales mission at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, Jan. 21, 2022. Since 2014, the United States has committed more than $5.4 billion in total assistance to Ukraine, including security and non-security assistance. The United States reaffirms its steadfast commitment to Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity in support of a secure and prosperous Ukraine. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mauricio Campino)

Pallets of ammunition, weapons and other equipment bound for Ukraine are processed through the 436th Aerial Port Squadron during a foreign military sales mission at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, Jan. 21, 2022. Since 2014, the United States has committed more than $5.4 billion in total assistance to Ukraine, including security and non-security assistance. The United States reaffirms its steadfast commitment to Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity in support of a secure and prosperous Ukraine. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mauricio Campino)

Airmen and civilians from the 436th Aerial Port Squadron palletize ammunition, weapons and other equipment bound for Ukraine during a foreign military sales mission at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, Jan. 21, 2022. Since 2014, the United States has committed more than $5.4 billion in total assistance to Ukraine, including security and non-security assistance. The United States reaffirms its steadfast commitment to Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity in support of a secure and prosperous Ukraine. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mauricio Campino)