Ukraine war is a cash-cow to Zelensky and neo-Nazis in Kiev


During the Munich Security Conference, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has once again asked his western patrons not to expect an early end of the war. Meaning, he wants to continue the war indefinitely so that he and his neo-Nazis cronies in Kiev can keep on making tons of cash by stealing western aid. That is exactly the reality. To Zelensky and neo-Nazis in Kiev, Ukraine war is a cash-cow.

The highlight of Zelensky’s speech in Munich was his open declaration of switching to Donald Trump by abandoning Joe Biden, as Zelensky too realizes – Biden is finished – kaput. The Kiev regime is ready to bid farewell to Biden and look to attain sympathy from Donald Trump although he has repeatedly pledged to stop aid to Ukraine and force the Kiev regime to the negotiating table with Russia. Anyone with knowledge about the firmness of Donald Trump’s actions and plans knows with certainty – for Zelensky, his making tons of cash by milking the western nations through the war is nearing the end. In fact, with the end or the war or maybe even much before, Zelensky too would be toppled-down by his own military generals, while in any of the future elections in the country – Zelensky’s humiliating defeat can be easily anticipated as he is hated by a very large number of the Ukrainian populace.

Meanwhile, during the Munich Peace Conference, there is an extremely disturbing and audacious statement from the US Secretary of State Antony Blinken.

When Blinken was asked by the moderator, “Secretary Blinken, there is a – there is a feeling that – it’s more than a feeling, it’s what we see on – happening on the ground, that the US-China tensions are leading to greater fragmentation and that you’re almost competing for alliances:  who’s our ally?  And we see this within the UN, in various UN institutions, but we just see it all around the globe.  To what extent do you feel that you are challenged in your travels around the world on the fundamental questions?”, Blinken in a rowdy tone said, “From the start of this administration, we’ve made an investment, a reinvestment, in our alliances, in our partnerships, and in the multilateral system. We’ve reinvested, we’ve re-engaged, we’ve tried to rejuvenate, we’ve even reimagined.  And the reason for that is simple:  it’s because it’s in our interest to do it.  Not a single one of the challenges that we have to face and that are so important to the interests of the American people can we effectively deal with alone, as powerful and as resourceful as we are.  And so across the board, we’ve seen our comparative advantage as having a strong network of voluntary alliances, voluntary partnerships.  And if you’re not at the table in the international system, you’re going to be on the menu.  So it was very important for us to re-engage multilaterally, and we’ve done that.

When it comes to strategic competition – and there’s no doubt that we have one with China – there are a few things to be said.  First, we have an obligation to manage that relationship responsibly, and I think that’s something that we hear from countries around the world, and it’s clearly in our interest to do so, and that’s exactly what President Biden is doing.  And when it comes to other countries, the point is not to say to country X, Y, or Z, “You have to choose”; the point is to offer a good choice.  And if we can do that – and I believe we can and we have and will continue – then I think the choice becomes fairly self-evident”.

It is not difficult to understand the meaning of Blinken’s remarks when he said “if you’re not at the table in the international system, you’re going to be on the menu”. It reminds us of President George W. Bush’s, statement where in an address to a joint session of Congress on September 20, 2001 he said, “Every nation, in every region, now has a decision to make. Either you are with us, or you are with the terrorists”.

While almost 22 years ago Bush threatened the world with words of consequences of not joining America’s agenda, this time – after more than two decades, Antony Blinken repeats similar threats by stating – the world has two options – join Biden administration’s hegemony against China and Russia or face consequences such as punitive sanctions and even military assaults. In a civilized world – particularly in the Global South, such threats can only be compared to armed bandits, Al Capones or thugs. Washington has also been showing such Neandertal or barbarous behavior against Bangladesh with Biden administration’s notorious agenda of turning the country into a neo-Taliban state by toppling Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and planting ultra-Islamists and Al Qaeda cohorts such as Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) and Jamaat-e-Islami (JeI) in power.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina succeeded in foiling such a dangerous plot of Joe Biden and his cronies with active support from India, Russia and China. By holding a general election on January 7, 2024, Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina has saved Bangladesh’s democracy and also saved the country from becoming a neo-Taliban state.

Leaders in the Global South should refrain from stepping into Washington’s trap. For this reason, they should also remain extremely cautious from any attempts of Biden’s lapdog Zelensky, as he may try to drag any nation towards America’s proxy war in Ukraine. Under the current scenarios – meeting Zelensky or listening to him could bring catastrophic consequences.



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