A Lesson in Ukraine
Does Biden Really Want This?
With word of the war in Ukraine coming out from trusted sources, like Michael Yon, who recently linked this Sam Faddis story gives me reason to believe that all of the media might be getting this wrong. They speak of the outnumbered and poorly acquitted Ukrainian military that desperately needs NATO’s help as a means of making Joe Biden look important for the first time in his “presidency.” But what is the real story? One has to go to outside sources like former CIA operations officer Sam Faddis at AND Magazine to get it.
The Ukrainian military and possibly some auxiliaries seem like a tougher nut than either Putin or the Western media described to the world. It looked like a cakewalk and was billed as such, but how then do we account for this story, these visuals, if that’s true?
Recognizing the symbols behind stories like this is important to ferreting out the truth of the situation both there and at home. When Joe Biden scoffed that any real resistance to his coup-initiated regime would require F-15 jets and nuclear weapons, he was living in as much of a dream world as Putin. It’s one thing to fight a war in a foreign land when your troops have only themselves to worry about, it’s another to expect those troops to fire on peaceful protesters with whom they feel a strong kinship.
Putin is invading a foreign nation, even if he makes noises like it’s historically a part of Russia. Bombing and targeting buildings that don’t matter a whit to him, but are part of Ukrainian history is cause for increased resistance. Does Biden think that he will be able to bomb American cities to keep them from demanding a serious and detailed examination of the 2020 election? Does he think his woke military is capable of engaging the American people on the mountains and fields where they have lived all of their lives?
Now that his regime has labeled concerned parents at school board meetings “domestic terrorists” does he think he can just label half of the population “terrorists” and claim legitimate respect in America? Does he think he can threaten the trucker convoys heading to Washington, D.C. to demand serious, responsible leadership with destruction and have the millions of people who would, by then, have stood on overpasses and gathered in layover towns and cities watch as he destroys the trucks and imprisons the organizers and supporters?
The whole idea of the People’s Convoy I’ve been reporting on is to bring unity to the people of America by recognizing how egregiously this regime has violated human rights, the Constitution and overall freedom. I have written about communism enough to know that the answers to these questions is: Yes, he does.
One would hope, however, that Biden would look at the mighty Russian Army invading Ukraine and realize that he should make nice with the convoys, with the January 6th prisoners and take a step back, but communists can never retreat for fear of looking weak. Their whole reality is ironically based on illusion and optics. Any concerted effort to deal with American citizens the way Putin is dealing with Ukraine would be met by stiff resistance.
There’s a lesson in Ukraine, not just for Joe Biden, but for his federal troops, be it FBI, or National Guard, that it might look like a cakewalk from the outside, but a reasonably united American people can deal with tyrants like Joe Biden quicker than the Ukraine Army can deal with the Russian Army.
This attempt of Joe Biden to bully the Americans coming to Washington to demand respect should and must be countered with everything the people can muster. To say that once in the vicinity of Washington, D.C., those within a few hundred miles should come to join in, to create a wave of humanity standing between the people of this nation and the tyrants at the top.