Tuesday, April 8, 2014

And in Ukraine

To be noted, Ukraine is 5,000 miles from the U.S. and of no strategic value to anyone in the U.S. outside of Big Oil (SEE:  Could This Be a Tiny, Tiny Part of the Reason the Establishment is Promoting US Meddling in Ukraine?).

Russia, on the other hand, shares a border with Ukraine and is a logical buffer to U.S. expansionism, with Crimea providing a strategic warm water port for the Russian navy.

Any questions as to who the bully is here?

1 comment:

  1. Nope, no question... it's Russia. The lengths the Paulites, Rockwell, and Wenzel will go to stick up for statists taking aggressive military actions is amazing, as long as those statists aren't the political descendants of the same ones who defeated the Confederacy.

    Now, before the inevitable accusations about how I'm a neocon (seriously, do any of you actually know what the term means?) coming pouring out, repeat after me: "condemning Russian aggression toward Ukraine does NOT mean America should be involved."

    Good talk.