If there ever was doubt whether Senator Lindsey Graham was a certified moron, the issue is now resolved, Stephen Karganovic writes.
What’s behind the UK foreign minister’s comments and what can we expect from NATO in the longer term? Escalation. Escalation. Escalation.
Moscow’s dilemma is how to show its Western aggressor that playing with fire means getting burned – without inciting a catastrophic Third World War.
The endless bitter antagonism to Putin and to Russia has allowed a self-imagined reality to detach, ultimately becoming a delusion.
The situation will in all likelihood turn sour even more because NATO cannot stop its woeful warmongering and waging endless wars.
A report in the Washington Post this week (inadvertently) highlights the corruption and unscrupulous nature of the Kiev cabal. Russian oil and gas continue to transit Ukraine for supply to the rest of Europe, providing Kiev billions of dollars in handling fees. (Russia is fulfilling pre-war contracts for delivery.) The laugh is that the Kiev regime has been vociferously demanding that all of Europe cancel energy trade with Russia. If the regime had any principles it would not allow the transit. But of course, the duplicity and money-making are too much to resist for the regime that came to power by a CIA-sponsored coup.
When the NATO-backed Nazi regime in Kiev is finally defeated, people like Ben Wallace will be answerable to war crimes prosecutions.
Biden is acting tough and he is once more recklessly escalating the war with Russia with his latest move on sending F-16s.