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Reprinted with permission Mises Institute Llewellyn H. Rockwell Jr.

As you would expect from brain-dead Biden and the people controlling him, American policy has been moving in the wrong direction. Whatever you think about the situation in the Ukraine, one thing is obvious. It’s a crisis. Shouldn’t we try to stay out of danger? Instead, the US has led the way in imposing drastic economic sanctions on Russia, backing Putin into the wall. What if he gets desperate and uses atomic weapons? This could result in the end of civilized life on our planet. Is this what Americans want?

The danger isn’t just something I and other critics of American policy have conjured up.

President Vladimir Putin said on Saturday [March 5] that Western sanctions on Russia were akin to a declaration of war and warned that any attempt to impose a no-fly zone in Ukraine would lead to catastrophic consequences for the world. . . “These sanctions that are being imposed are akin to a declaration of war but thank God it has not come to that,” Putin said, speaking to a group of flight attendants at an Aeroflot training centre near Moscow. He said any attempt by another power to impose a no-fly zone in Ukraine would be considered by Russia to be a step into the military conflict.

The neocon warmongers brush this danger aside. They say that “we” have to do something to defend the Ukraine from an unprovoked Russian attack. But this totally distorts what is happening there. The Ukrainian government started things by moving against Donbass, a territory that declared independence and is allied with Russia. According to the Ukrainian government, the Ukrainians can secede from Russia but people can’t secede from the Ukraine. As Rick Rozoff pointed out in an article on February 2,

Two-thirds of Ukrainian army servicemen have been amassed along the Donbas contact line, Eduard Basurin, spokesman for the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) militia, said on Thursday.

“Another three brigades are on their way [to Donbas], which is 20,000 to 25,000 troops more. The total number will reach 150,000, not to mention the nationalists. This is about two-thirds of the Ukrainian Armed Forces’ personnel,” Basurin said on the Rossiya 1 television channel (VGTRK) on Thursday.

The Ukrainian troops are stationed along the 320-kilometer front line, he said…. The situation in Donbass has reached a critical mark in the past week due to Ukraine’s aggressive actions, Donetsk People’s Republic representative at the Minsk talks, DPR Foreign Minister Natalia Nikonorova said on Thursday.

But the provocative actions against Russia go much further back. Vasko Kohlmayer gives an excellent account of these and highlights the danger of nuclear war that reckless American policy has caused:

The war drums are, of course, beating for US involvement in the Ukrainian conflict.

“Declare a NoFlyZone over Ukraine,” tweeted Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.).

Lindsey Graham, a powerful US Senator, went so far as to publicly advocate the assassination of the Russian head of state. Tweeted he:

Is there a Brutus in Russia? Is there a more successful Colonel Stauffenberg in the Russian military? The only way this ends is for somebody in Russia to take this guy out. You would be doing your country—and the world—a great service.

Such brazen incitement to murder by a highly positioned US official could be construed as a war act by the other side.

Watching the mounting hysteria, we can be certain that the beating of the war drums is going to become only louder in the days ahead…. Before the situation escalates into a nuclear Armageddon, ordinary people would do well to ask themselves whether we have any dog in this fight.

And if we do, what is the size of this dog? Is it big enough to run the risk of nuclear annihilation?

Until last week, most Americans knew almost nothing about Ukraine. If you asked them what is its capital or major river, you would get no response…. What triggered Putin was the globalists’ push to expand NATO to Russia’s doorstep in Ukraine. The globalists wanted to make it part of their New World Order which they use to prettily enrich themselves.

Joe Biden’s family has been at it for years already. They pulled millions from that land through the President’s son Hunter in one of the most brazen and shameless schemes of influence peddling in American history…. If Trudeau, Biden and their friends want us to go to war with Russia, they must explain to common people how exactly it is in their vital interest that Ukraine join NATO.

Until they give us a good reason, we should say NO to the war in Ukraine.

The Russians have made it amply clear what they want. They want a neutral Ukraine that is free of NATO. This is a reasonable demand. To start World War III over this would be an act of most regrettable foolishness.

Is there anything we can do to deescalate the situation? The greatest congressman in American history, Dr. Ron Paul, has the answer. American should end its encirclement of Russia and disband NATO. Let’s look at his vital message to us:

When the Bush Administration announced in 2008 that Ukraine and Georgia would be eligible for NATO membership, I knew it was a terrible idea. Nearly two decades after the end of both the Warsaw Pact and the Cold War, expanding NATO made no sense. NATO itself made no sense.

Explaining my “no” vote on a bill to endorse the expansion, I said at the time:

NATO is an organization whose purpose ended with the end of its Warsaw Pact adversary…. This current round of NATO expansion is a political reward to governments in Georgia and Ukraine that came to power as a result of US-supported revolutions, the so-called Orange Revolution and Rose Revolution.

Providing US military guarantees to Ukraine and Georgia can only further strain our military. This NATO expansion may well involve the US military in conflicts unrelated to our national interest …

Unfortunately, as we have seen this past week, my fears have come true. One does not need to approve of Russia’s military actions to analyze its stated motivation: NATO membership for Ukraine was a red line it was not willing to see crossed. As we find ourselves at risk of a terrible escalation, we should remind ourselves that it didn’t have to happen this way. There was no advantage to the United States to expand and threaten to expand NATO to Russia’s doorstep. There is no way to argue that we are any safer for it.

NATO itself was a huge mistake…. I believe as strongly today as I did back in my 2008 House Floor speech that, “NATO should be disbanded, not expanded.” In the meantime, expansion should be off the table. The risks do not outweigh the benefits!

The same people who imposed covid tyranny on us now want us to risk war with Russia. Let’s stop them before it’s too late.Author:

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Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr., is founder and chairman of the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, and editor of LewRockwell.com.

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7 comments

kenneth March 17, 2022 at 10:50 am

LETS GO BRANDON

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Cribdawg March 17, 2022 at 12:44 pm

Ron Paul is absolutely correct. We all have sympathy for the plight of the Ukrainians and condem the Russians for their atrocities but this is not our fight. We have supplied 100 s of billions of aid dollars and military equipment to Ukraine for many years and that will continue and be increased. If we commit troops and or do a no Fly zone we will risk world war 3 and nuclear war that will increase the death destruction and humanitarian crisis 100 fold. What a mess the illigitimate corrupt and incompetent democRat/RINO establishment government has turned out to be. The former USA is royally screwed on every front due to our weak leadership.

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Conway poppa March 17, 2022 at 7:50 pm

I do not like Vlad Putin. He is a thug and a bully. He is however no worse than Zelensky and his corrupt cabinet. The Ukes had no compunctions on pounding the bejeezus out of the people in the Donbass region so they should suck it up and enjoy some of the soup out of the same pot. America needs to get out and stay out of Ukraine.
It is not up to American taxpayers to pay off the Biden family fraud debts to Ukraine

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Zane March 18, 2022 at 4:07 am

No human life is worth the race-hating Joe Biden and he’ll def not sacrifice his putrid life for any reason. Joe Biden is a malignant narcissist who fancies himself as a (laughable) “leader” yet is regarded as a very stupid person, even regarded as such by that obama guy.

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DAV March 18, 2022 at 9:26 am

This is a very good description of the mentally, morally, and spiritually bankrupt Obiden: “Wickedness perverts the judgement and makes men err with respect to practical principles, so that no man can be wise and judicious who is not good”. This was written by Aristotle. Somebody please send this to Obiden ! Maybe he will think about it…nah, I doubt it.

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Enrico Falcone March 19, 2022 at 3:43 pm

Something stinks a lot between Biden, his son, and the war in Ukraine. Why doesn’t anyone follow the money?

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Steven March 20, 2022 at 2:23 pm

This is no surprise, it’s the new normal, the nuclear armed terrorist.
This is what the Iranians aspire to.
The Biden administration will attempt to do anything and everything they can to maintain political dominance in the US, Ukraine being expendable, if that’s what’s necessary.

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