Congress Agrees on Giving $12 Billion in New Welfare to Ukraine as Russia Threatens Nuclear Action
U.S. Congress is set to approve another $12 billion in Ukraine aid after the Biden regime requested the new round of welfare.
The money will go toward so-called emergency military and economic aid for Ukraine as the U.S. and other Western powers fight a proxy war against Russia in the area. The measure will also give some money toward resettling Afghan refugees in the West, contributing to the demographic winter that is on the horizon.
This comes shortly after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky addressed the United Nations and said he would keep the conflict going in the name of globalism no matter how many of his people he has to throw into the meat grinder.
“We can return the Ukrainian flag to our entire territory. We can do it with the force of arms,” Zelensky said in his UN speech. “But we need time.”
“For us, this is a war for life. That is why we need defense support – weapons, military equipment and shells. Offensive weapons, a long-range one is enough to liberate our land, and defensive systems, above all, air defense. And we need financial support – to keep internal stability and fulfill social obligations to our people,” he added.
As a result of his dutiful service in boosting their profit margins, the world’s defense contractors will host Zelensky as a keynote speaker of their upcoming industry conference, as Big League Politics has reported:
“Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is going to headline the annual Future Force Capabilities Conference and Exhibition, which is hosted by the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA), a trade group of defense contractors who are cashing out over the Russia/Ukraine conflict.
Zelensky will headline the event on Sept. 21 along with the Ukrainian defense minister Oleksii Reznikov. They will be appearing remotely through video link. Members of the NDIA include Raytheon Technologies, Lockheed Martin and General Dynamics – three of the most powerful defense corporations in service of the military-industrial complex.