Neocons Push WW3 – This Would End The World

Former Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Victoria Nuland said on May 19, 2024, that missile attacks by Ukraine against Russian sites should be “fair game.” This occurs during a contentious discussion on lifting a ban on Ukraine using American weapons against targets inside Russia.

During an interview on ABC News’s “This Week,” Nuland said, “I think there is also an issue of whether we, the United States and its allies, ought to offer them additional support in targeting Russian bases, which previously we have not been ready to do.”

“I think if the attacks are coming directly from over the line in Russia, those bases ought to be fair game, whether they are where missiles are launched from or where troops are being supplied from,” Nuland said in response to the question of whether she thought Ukraine should launch missile strikes against Russian bases.

In the nearby Belgorod area, Russia has been waging an attack on the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv. Several Ukrainian authorities asserted that they could have averted the assaults if they had received permission to target Belgorod.

On May 19, Nuland made the case that the assaults in Kharkiv had demonstrated that it “is time” for the US administration to assist Ukraine in carrying out strikes against Russian installations.

“In my opinion, it is about time, since Russia has clearly escalated this conflict.” “They attacked Kharkiv, Russia’s second city, which is not on the front lines, and are attempting to destroy it without ever having to have boots on the ground, as you mentioned at the beginning,” Nuland said. Thus, I believe it is time to provide the Ukrainians with further assistance in attacking these Russian strongholds.

Leaders in Ukraine have made it clear that American-made weaponry is more capable of hitting Russian military targets than their own weaponry.

The co-anchor of “This Week,” Martha Raddatz, persisted in questioning Nuland about why she thought it was a good idea to launch attacks against Russian sites.

The conflict has intensified due to Russia’s actions. “Russia has learned how to withdraw its soldiers from the area where we have permitted Ukraine to utilize our weapons and receive our backing,” Nuland responded.

Furthermore, Nuland contended that Russia’s recent military victories were a result of the United States’ prolonged embargo against Ukraine, which lasted for many months. In April, following more than a year of impasse in Congress, lawmakers approved a national security measure that provided $61 billion in military assistance to Ukraine.

“Margarita, I believe that [Ukraine] can definitely turn things around. However, the six-month gap undoubtedly had an impact. The weaponry we are delivering to Ukraine’s battle lines is necessary,” Nuland said. More air defenses are required. They must be able to halt these Russian strikes, which originate from Russian bases.

In March of last year, Nuland resigned from her role in the Biden administration. Anti-war and non-interventionist groups have criticized her for her part in instigating the 2014 Euromaidan Revolution, which set the stage for Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022. She belongs to the most deranged faction of the larger interventionist neoconservative/neoliberal movement.

The likes of Nuland would be cast out of polite society and degraded to beggar status under a saner political order.

Author: Scott Dowdy


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