Be very careful of Western media's spin on the Russian-Ukraine conflict, as always. America is bombing somebody because they don't bow to US imperialism, Israel, or colonialism. US-made weapons and NATO have been used in Yemen, Palestine, Syria, Libya, Yugoslavia, Kuwait, and many others.

The US has displaced between 38 and 60 million people in eight countries since 2001. The relentless refugee numbers pushed throughout the West speak for themselves. Keep this in mind the next time you hear US or Israel government officials pledge to defend “international law,” “human rights,” or “sovereignty and territorial integrity” abroad, they are always gaslighting.

The two Ukrainian states have been Russian since they split from USSR and they wanted to go back to Russia, but Ukraine didn't let them.

It's more complex than Western media always lets on. Sadly, Biden is just another elitist puppet—most leaders are these days. The Russia-Ukraine crisis is another preplanned conflict with an agenda. China may be dragged into it as well, if it escalates.

Remember this greed-profit ridiculous wealth-based system we live in has been ongoing since the end of WWII. What new system is planned if this war grows? Hhmm, the elite are at it again and almost all leaders are tied to the WEF (World Economic Forum) and its end game.

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What did the US do in 1961 when the Soviets armed Cuba? It brought in the full weight of the US military, which led to the Cuban Missile Crisis and almost WW3. The US has been trying to get Ukraine into NATO so it can install nuclear weapons and military bases in Russia's backyard. If Russia did that in Canada or Mexico, the US would most likely take the same action.

Putin wanted to join NATO in 2007 and they declined him because the US needs the Russian Bear to keep bases and control in Europe!

The 2008 conflict/12-day war in Georgia. Same thing.

U.S. President George W. Bush and Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili in Tbilisi, May 2005. Georgia shares a long border with Russia. The US was attempting to bring Georgia into NATO.

In response to the US meddling in Russia's backyard, Putin started the Russo-Georgian War in 2008.

Russian forces temporarily occupied the Georgian cities of Zugdidi, Senaki, Poti and Gori, holding on to these areas beyond the ceasefire. The South Ossetians destroyed most ethnic Georgian villages in South Ossetia and were responsible for an ethnic cleansing of Georgians. Russia recognised the independence of Abkhazia and South Ossetia from Georgia on 26 August and the Georgian government severed diplomatic relations with Russia. Russia mostly completed its withdrawal of troops from undisputed parts of Georgia on 8 October. Russian international relations were largely unharmed. The war displaced 192,000 people and while many returned to their homes after the war, 20,272 people, mostly ethnic Georgians, remained displaced as of 2014.

I can't blame Russia for Georgia, Crimea, and now Ukraine again. Putin made it clear that he doesn't want any more NATO encroachment on Russia's borders. But NATO keeps provoking him. The good Ukrainian people are made to suffer because of what their leaders did. They allowed the US military to spend $2 billion on bioweapon labs on Ukrainian soil. Also, in 2014 the US overthrew the legitimate Ukrainian government in favor of one friendly to the West.

Alan Macleod. KIEV, UKRAINE–Amid soaring tensions with Russia, the United States is spending a fortune on foreign interference campaigns in Ukraine. Washington’s regime-change arm, the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), has spent $22.4 million on operations inside the country since 2014, when democratically-elected President Viktor Yanukovych was overthrown and replaced by a successor government handpicked by the U.S. Those operations included propping up and training pro-Western political parties, funding pliant media organizations, and subsidizing massive privatization drives that benefit foreign multinational corporations, all in an effort to secure U.S. control over the country that NED President Carl Gershman called “the biggest prize” in Europe.

Prior to 2014, the US was meddling in Ukraine by fermenting the Ukraine Revolution of Dignity (aka Maiden Revolution) that overthrew a legitimately elected Ukrainian government—the elected government was friendlier to Russia than the US, and this didn't sit well with the US. The Obama administration fully backed the revolution and overthrow of the Ukrainian government and installed one friendlier to Uncle Sam.

In response, Putin annexed Crimea from Ukraine in 2014. US President Barrack Obama was helpless to do anything.

In February and March 2014, Russia invaded and subsequently annexed the Crimean Peninsula from Ukraine. This event took place in the aftermath of the Revolution of Dignity and is part of the wider Russo-Ukrainian conflict.

Not too many people know or can look at history or current events in another way than what the mainstream media provides. There is never a white or black.

February 23, 2022. Russian planes and artillery destroy Ukrainian military installations and airports. Many of these military installations are purported US bioweapon labs.

Each time the West provokes the Russian Bear, the bear fights back and expands its territory.  

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is a Member of the World Economic Forum

Like Justin Trudeau and over half of his cabinet, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is a member of the World Economic Forum and a disciple of Klaus Schwab. Klaus Schwab is the founder of WEF and a global powerbroker. Most of the covid-19 policies Trudeau enacted were to enrich WEF corporate members ( Pfizer, Merck, AstraZeneca, Moderna, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, etc. ).

It is also suspected that Zelensky is making policies detrimental to the average Ukrainian and in the interest of WEF corporate members.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, a former actor and comedian, following Klaus Schwab.
Volodymyr Zelensky at the WEF. January 2020.

Derek Abeyta. This is a very good lecture from a historian about what’s going on. The short version is Russia made it clear that bordering eastern territories were off-limits to Western intervention and alliances, just like in the Monroe Doctrine where we basically say territories in the West are off-limits. A case in point was the Cuban Missile Crisis. We were willing to die in a nuclear war to prevent Cuba from being used as a Russian strategic point. Well, same with Russia. But the West can't keep its nose out of causing regime changes and cultural upheaval.

Why is Ukraine the West's Fault? Featuring John Mearsheimer, youtube.com

September 2015. John J. Mearsheimer, the R. Wendell Harrison Distinguished Service Professor in Political Science and Co-director of the Program on International Security Policy at the University of Chicago, assesses the causes of the present Ukraine crisis, the best way to end it, and its consequences for all of the main actors. A key assumption is that in order to come up with the optimum plan for ending the crisis, it is essential to know what caused the crisis. Regarding the all-important question of causes, the key issue is whether Russia or the West bears primary responsibility.