The Biden Regime Announces $1 Billion in New Aid to be Sent to Ukraine
Despite growing reports of Ukrainian forces collapsing in the Donbas, the Biden regime is hell-bent on carrying out the collective West’s proxy war against Russia in Ukraine.
On June 15, 2022, the Biden regime announced that it would be providing Ukraine with an additional $1 billion in military aid to assist the country in its fight against Russia’s invasion.
Right now, a battle is taking place in the city of Severodonetsk — the last major city under Ukrainian control in the Lugansk region of Eastern Ukraine.
Many experts believe that if Severodonetsk falls, eastern Ukraine will likely fall into Russian hands.
In a statement, Biden revealed that this aid package will feature more weapons for Ukraine, which includes advanced rocket systems and ammunition, artillery, and coastal defense systems.
On top of the military aid, Biden announced sending an additional $225 million in humanitarian aid to assist Ukrainians, “including by supplying safe drinking water, critical medical supplies and health care, food, shelter, and cash for families to purchase essential items.”
The bravery, resilience, and determination of the Ukrainian people continues to inspire the world. And the United States, together with our allies and partners, will not waver in our commitment to the Ukrainian people as they fight for their freedom,” Biden declared.
Despite the feel-good messaging, there are reports that Ukraine is taking major losses in the Donbas. According to one of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s aides, David Arakhamia, roughly 1,000 Ukrainian soldiers are being killed or wounded on a daily basis in eastern Ukraine. On average, 200 to 500 Ukrainian troops are being killed with hundreds more being wounded.
For perspective, on June 1, Zelensky revealed that 60 to 100 Ukrainian troops are being killed on a daily basis. Russia is ramping up its offensive in the Donbas to separate the breakaway Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics.
All told, more increased military aid to Ukraine will result in a higher body count for Ukraine. Russia has escalatory dominance in this military theater and will likely end up liberating the Donbas. It’s anyone’s guess what Russia’s next move will be from there.
Nevertheless, it’s in the US interest to stop providing military aid to Ukraine and pursuing punitive actions against Russia. Ukraine is not strategically significant for US interests and there’s no need for the US to get entangled in European conflicts when its southern border is collapsing and it’s slowly losing influence in the Western Hemisphere.
If the US is to do something in Ukraine, it’s to promote a negotiated settlement between Russia and Ukraine. Anything outside of that, will result in needless escalation and suffering.
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