So much for the United States shepherding in an era of alleged unity and democracy under the Biden administration.
After all, the White House seems far more intent on warmongering than peacemaking, problematically in the most destructive way possible: endless arms supplies, which do, contrary to Department of Defense delusions, do have to be replenished at some point.
That might be a problem when simultaneously threatening China, upon which American manufacturing largely depends.
Thanks, Clinton, and others, for that one.
Little wonder the rest of the world, including American allies, are increasingly pressing for a ceasefire or peace talks of some kind, given the inordinate amount of bloodshed that has now occurred on both sides.
None other than Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu openly expressed his interest in brokering a potential deal, provided that all sides are interested in potential peace talks.
“If I’m asked by both sides, frankly, if I’m asked by the United States because I think, you know, you can’t have too many cooks in the kitchen,” Netanyahu remarked.
No kidding. Especially when one of the cooks (Biden) apparently can’t manage an apron.
“I think this is of monumental importance, because I think the peace of the world is at stake. As I think the peace of the world is at stake with Iran getting nuclear weapons. It will destabilize the entire world,” Netanyahu added.
Of course. Literally no one benefits from this conflict aside from war mongering elitists.
Who just have happened to dominate the White House for the entirety of the twenty-first century to date, barring the exception of the Trump administration, well known for its relative peace and stability, especially internationally.
“If asked by all relevant parties, I will certainly consider it. But I’m not pushing myself in. I’ve been around long enough to know that there has to be a right time and the right circumstances. If they arise, I will certainly consider it,” Netanyahu concluded.
Unfortuantely, the shady background of the Biden family, in particular skeptical deals with Iran, appears to preclude potential peace talks from occurring, especially when accounting for the ever-ballooning classified documents scandal.
Representative Bob Good, for instance, has called for a much deeper investigation of the varied classified documents that the Biden family may be hiding, especially when accounting for the ongoing conflict in Ukraine.
Indeed, Good detailed how the classified documents detail the Biden family’s various skeptical financial dealings, including money “that flowed from Ukraine to Hunter Biden and then, as a country under Biden’s direction, we sent billions of dollars to Ukraine.”
Coincidentally, Biden has (barely) made headlines again for readying another $2B in “aid” to Ukraine.
Per a report from the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, Congress apparently approved $113B in aid for Ukraine in 2022 alone, which is allegedly intended to last through “more than three-fourths” of 2026.
Exactly how long do elitists and their cronies plan to keep the war going?
Author: Jane Jones