Conflict with Russia just escalated. Reality check.
Biden would be more welcome around the world and less dangerous if pursuing peace instead of more war, but megatons of munitions are loading up to go to Ukraine at this moment in Biden’s war in Ukraine against Russia, and it is getting harder to say this is not a world war as Biden threatens China.
The United States is shipping heavy, Medium Range (up to 500km) M142 Missile Systems to Ukraine amidst stern warnings from Russian Federation Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov
According to TASS news agency, Sergey Lavrov has warned that this is a “serious step towards unacceptable escalation”.
USA officials told Reuters that the White House has ordered the supply to Ukraine of the M142 High Mobility Artillery System, which, depending on munitions used, can have a range of hundreds of kilometers, able to strike deep into Russia.
In a political Op-Ed piece published by the Democrat Party, the White House and The New York Times, the text over (US President) Biden’s name, sets out that the USA President is predicting that Russia will not respond with nuclear weapons, but that if it does that “would entail severe consequences”.
Women medical workers in the former Donbass region of Ukraine report that “the war fighting in the self-declared republics of Luhansk and Donetsk is destroying homes and civil society infrastructure like schools, hospitals, clinics and emergency response centers,” explains Alona Adamovich, a Ukrainian nurse practitioner leading a humanitarian team, since 2013, working for The RINJ Foundation in and around the Donbass region.
“Now the United States is sending more missiles and more artillery to bomb us even harder. I hope they realize they are killing their own people, because Americans are all over the region, shelling villages and towns with American weapons,” reports Alona Adamovich.
The photo and its story: 03.18.2022 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division in the Philippines.
In partnership with the Philippine Army, fire control specialists with Battery B, 1st Battalion, 94th Field Artillery Regiment, 17th Field Artillery Brigade, demonstrates the capabilities of the M142 High Mobility Missile Artillery System during a live-fire exercise during exercise Salaknib 2022 on Colonel Ernesto Rabina Air Base, Turlac, Philippines, 18 March 2022. Salaknib is an annual Philippine Army-led, U.S. Army Pacific sponsored bilateral exercise designed to enhance U.S. and Philippine Army capacity and interoperability across the spectrum of military operations, while also strengthening the ties between the two longstanding partner nations. Photo credit: U.S. Army photo by Spc. Matthew Mackintosh, 28th Public Affairs Detachment. Photo is cropped and enhanced for contrast. Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto FPMag
REUTERS: US plans to sell Ukraine four Gray Eagle drones that can be armed with Hellfire missiles for battlefield use against Russiahttps://t.co/P0eJsXPKNQ
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“Joe Biden’s 1950s-style warmongering is aiming us all at very big trouble, like killing more millions of people as is America’s track record in the past 72 years of interventions in other countries,” suggests Dale Carter, security director of the RINJ organization.
Video: With a 30 Hour Endurance and capable of attacking any part of Russia launching Hellfire Missile Attacks, Ukraine will be equipped to operate MQ-1C Gray Eagle drones.
“America’s proclivity toward all forms of killing extends to the mass murder of children, like in Uvalde. It’s a culture based on killing, outright murder. In America the people who can afford to buy guns have more modern assault rifles than the Russian military according to statistics shared by several anti-gun lobbyists,” added Ms. Carter.
Murder by Gun culture? Kentucky Congressman Thomas Massie posted this photo of him and family members holding what appear to be military assault rifles on a holiday card that was posted on social media. (Photo: @Thomas Massie via Twitter)
Bragging about the murders of people the US does not like plus innocent bystanders, in Idlib, Syria (the 3 February attack killed seven children), Kabul Afghanistan—killings last August killed a family of 10—Somalia, Baghdad, Iraq and now Ukraine (boasting in leaks about killing Russian Generals in Ukraine) has created a culture of remote mass murder as an acceptable solution to anxt.
Troubled American children have been picking up on the murder lingo and culture for years. “Kill or capture” those you don’t like? That’s what the kids are listening to, coming from the White House, for decades. Solve issues by killing. And that is what American children are doing as America breeds mass murderers.
America promoted war with Russia by moving its NATO group eastward toward Russian borders having promised it would not do this. Now America is bullying Europe into joining the hegemon and kill more Russians, throwing Putin out of office and vowing to go to war with China if Beijing makes a move on its alleged ‘breakaway disobedient province’.
“Risk of major USA/Russia conflict is exacerbated by the fact that America has been antagonizing Russia at every opportunity. It is hard to see the wisdom in that with both sides having 1,550 deployed strategic weapons facing each other,” warns Israeli security analyst, Simon Baldock.
“America has been training Ukraine’s neo-Nazi Azov brigade, many who wear US flags alongside their swastikas and other Nazi paraphernalia,” explains Alona Adamovich from Donbass.
“We have watched the USA and other nations arming the Nazis to conduct artillery and mortar shelling of the ethnic Russians in Luhansk and Donetsk self-declared republics, killing some 14,000 people over the past eight years. Russia has now moved in to even the score,” adds Alona.
Instead of agitating a hot conflict, the West should be suing for peace, not more American passion for killing, that the kids can hear and see, then copy at school with their own guns or borrowed weapons.
“The perception that Russia’s decline was so deep and irreversible that it would no longer be able to resist Western initiatives made it difficult to accept Moscow’s pushback against Western policies. This was a particular problem when the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) pursued several rounds of enlargement in the 1990s and early 2000s under U.S. leadership. U.S. leaders ignored Russia’s objections and underestimated the lengths to which Russian counterparts were prepared to go to secure the homeland against perceived threats,” writes Eugene Rumer.
Mr. Eugene Rumer, a former national intelligence officer for Russia and Eurasia at the U.S. National Intelligence Council, is a senior fellow and the director of Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Russia and Eurasia program.
Weapons being sent from the United States to Ukraine can strike near Moscow suburbs with the right munitions. The Effective range is 32-70 km with 227mm missiles, up to 300km with MGM-140 ATACMS Missiles, and up to 500 km with Precision Strike Missiles.