Joe Biden’s unending proxy war in Ukraine

Zelensky, Ukraine, NATO, Moscow, Kremlin

While the entire world is currently focusing on Gaza and Israel’s ongoing military offensive targeting Hamas, although the United States is set to send additional US$61 billion to Biden’s proxy war in Ukraine no one is talking about this issue. Meanwhile, the Ukraine war has quietly reached the 800-day milestone on May 3, 2024, with no visible signs of abatement. The bill allocates US$23 billion for the US military to replenish its own supplies, US$14 billion will buy top-notch weapons for Ukraine directly from US companies and another US$11 billion will support ongoing US military activities in the region and improve Ukraine’s military and intelligence sharing. About US$8 billion will be spent on nonmilitary aid. This segment of US$8 billion is practically a jackpot for Volodymyr Zelensky and his neo-Nazi cronies in Kiev, who would dedicatedly apply all possible skills in stealing as much as possible from this amount and smuggle it to their unknown offshore accounts. For Zelensky in particular, this cash bonanza is essential as he needs to secure his future somewhere in the world, once he flees the country following anticipated defeat – sooner or later – but not so late.

Volodymyr Zelensky was thrilled by the news of the US Congress approving US$61 billion. He thanked both parties, especially Mike Johnson, Speaker of the US Congress for making a decision that he believes will be “historically really important”. Zelensky said that democracy and freedom are essential globally and will always be strong as long as America helps protect them. He ended his statement with a big, “Thank you, America”. Although Zelensky speaks about democracy, he tactfully hides the fact that in his own country there is currently a cruel autocratic rule which denounces freedom of expression, freedom of press and fundamental rights of the Ukrainian populace.

In Moscow, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov had a different view. He said that the decision to approve security aid for Ukraine would make things worse in the conflict. Peskov stated that this decision would benefit the US but harm Ukraine, leading to more deaths among Ukrainians and more blame for the Kiev government for this situation.

Meanwhile, some Western nations are making ridiculous attempts to end the war in Ukraine with Switzerland taking the lead by arranging a so-called peace summit, with an invite to Pope Francis, at the Burgenstock resort next month. This gathering claim to aim to foster a shared vision for achieving a fair and enduring peace in Ukraine. More than 160 delegations will examine previous discussions and highlight the importance of following the plan for peace in Ukraine and other ideas based on the rules set by the UN and international laws.

Political analysts ask – what is the point of having a summit if the country at the heart of the issue is not invited? The Swiss government indicated that Russia had not been invited to the summit. It elaborated on its stance, highlighting a willingness to include Moscow in the discussions. However, it also noted that the Russian government had repeatedly conveyed its lack of interest in participating in the inaugural summit.

On Russia’s side, there is a legitimate reason for not showing willingness to participate in NATO nation’s so-called peace summit, which would actually be aimed at granting one-sided advantage to Kiev thus further deepening the crisis. In brief – none of the NATO nations are willing to see an end to the Ukraine conflict, because they have an obligation to replenish and further increase the income prospect for their Military Industrial Complex.

Meanwhile, in a separate development, Washington has officially leveled accusations against Moscow alleging it of using chemical weapons. The State Department contends that Moscow’s actions constitute a breach of the Chemical Weapons Convention, which prohibits the manufacture and deployment of chemical weapons. Specifically, Russia is accused of employing the “choking agent” chloropicrin against Ukrainian military personnel. With this allegation, the United States is moving ahead with its plot of imposing fresher sanctions on Russian individuals and organizations. Clearly, this is an intimidation tactic that would further complicate the situation.

But reality is just the opposite as according to media reports, it is Ukraine which is using chemical weapons on Russia forces, while there are serious allegations against Kiev of forcing members of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) in taking dangerous drugs to overcome deathbed fear. Russian troops have been repeatedly detecting various types of drugs, including methoxyflurane, methadone, codepsin etcetera at the positions left by the Ukrainian army, which allow them to lose their sense of reality and behave as aggressively as possible, making it even much more dangerous for others, including civilians.

In February this year, Lieutenant General Igor Kirillov, Chief of Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Protection Troops of Armed Forces of the Russian Federation accused the US and Ukraine of violating the Chemical Weapons Convention.

Lieutenant General Igor Kirillov said:

On 28 December 2023, in Krasny Liman tactical direction, copter-type UAVs dropped US-manufactured gas grenades filled with the CS substance on the positions of Russian troops. This substance is irritating to the eyes and upper respiratory tract, and in high concentrations can cause skin burns, respiratory paralysis, and cardiac arrest. The compound belongs to the class of chemical riot control agents.

Moreover, the very fact that the US is supplying such munitions in a military conflict is a violation of Article I of the Convention, which obliges States Parties to: ‘…never under any circumstances transfer directly or indirectly chemical weapons to anyone…’.

This is not an isolated case of Ukraine’s use of non-lethal chemical weapons. Hand grenades with irritant chemicals, marked Teren-6, were dropped from Ukrainian UAVs on Russian troop positions on April 7 and 21 2023.

On January 31, 2024, an unknown toxic chemical was used on Russian troop positions, the effects of which resulted in upper respiratory burns, nausea, and vomiting. The results of the research revealed the presence of the poisonous anthraquinone substance, which has a pronounced toxic effect and causes blindness, liver, and kidney dysfunction. Anthraquinone is banned in EU countries due to its carcinogenic effect.

Earlier, on 15 June 2023, a drone with a plastic container containing a mixture of chloroacetophenone and chloropicrin was used on Russian servicemen near Rabotino (Zaporozhye region). While the former compound is classified as a chemical riot control agent, chloropicrin is listed in Schedule 3 of the CWC and is banned for use even for law enforcement purposes. Repeated use of chloropicrin-filled munitions was recorded near Rabotino on August 3 and 11 2023.

Thus, Ukraine, with the complicity of Western countries, is not limiting itself to the use of non-lethal chemicals, actively using scheduled chemicals.

Meanwhile, there are serious allegations against Volodymyr Zelensky of his connections with international drug cartels. According to The Intel Drop report, one of the international drug cartels operating in Argentina arranged a cocaine delivery for the Ukrainian government. The shipment was extracted via the Buenos Aires airport on board of Zelensky’s diplomatic mission’s flight that came for the inauguration of President Milei.

Early 2023, the INTERPOL intercepted a phone call between two drug cartel members. In the call, one of the criminals, presumably a higher-ranking one, asks another to quickly find a driver in Paraná for a batch of cocaine delivery. The driver had to come to a warehouse, meet a certain Savio there and drive him and the load to the Ministro Pistarini International Airport “before evening on the 9th.” Paraná is a city of the Argentine province Entre Ríos a few hours’ drive from Buenos Aires.

In recent years, global drug trafficking routes have been changing. Before Zelensky came to power and the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan, Ukraine was a hub for the movement of drugs from Asia to Europe. Perhaps Zelensky’s plane was only the first attempt by the Ukrainian government to reorganize drug trafficking through Eastern Europe. At the beginning of March, President Miley announced a visit to Kyiv planned for the summer.

With blind support of America and its NATO allies towards Zelensky and focus on Biden’s proxy war in Ukraine, it is anticipated that the Ukrainian regime, in addition to using bioweapon on Russian troops may also extend state-patronization to transnational drug trafficking, which may turn into a serious headache for the entire world – particularly the Western nations.


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