U.S. State Department Attempts to Sabotage Peace Talks Between Ukraine and Russia

The U.S. State Department is attempting to sabotage peace talks between the leaders of Ukraine and Russia.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy and Russian President Vladimir Putin are expected to schedule talks in order to de-escalate tensions. The Biden regime is trying to drive a stake through this development that could spur peace in the country.

“Now we see Moscow suggesting that diplomacy take place at the barrel of a gun, or as Moscow’s rockets, mortars, artillery target the Ukrainian people,” state department spokesman Ned Price said.

“This is not real diplomacy. Those are not the conditions for real diplomacy,” he added.

Big League Politics has reported on failing war propaganda meant to drive support for U.S. intervention in the Ukraine/Russia conflict:

new poll conducted by the Associated Press (AP) and the NORC Center for Public Affairs Research shows that only 26 percent of Americans want the U.S. to perform a major intervention into the Russia/Ukraine conflict.

While very few Americans want U.S. involvement in another war, they do buy into the war propaganda at least somewhat.

“About 4 in 10 Americans approve of the way President Joe Biden is handling foreign policy and the United States’ relationship with Russia.  Fifty-three percent are concerned that Russia’s influence around the world poses a threat to the United States,” the report from AP and NORC stated.

However, the military-industrial complex is being treated with much greater skepticism by the American public than they have in previous years.

“Only about a quarter have a great deal of confidence in the U.S. government’s intelligence agencies. More than 4 in 10 have a great deal of confidence in the military, although confidence is declining,” the report from AP and NORC said.”

The military-industrial complex is hard at work to keep the Ukraine/Russia conflict going. Unfortunately, the public is not buying it anymore.

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