Given the fact the Biden Administration wreaks just about everything it touches, it’s not surprising that the President’s decision to send billions of dollars in weapons to Ukraine isn’t turning out well either.
While much has been made of the fact that the President is sending Ukraine high-tech weaponry in the high hopes that it won’t be used to start World War 3 with Russia, few realize that the Ukrainian army can’t actually use many of the weapons being sent by the west simply because its soldiers don’t know how to use them.
As Junior Sgt. Dmytro Pysanka recently explained to the New York Times, he uses Google Translate to try to understand what the manual says, but it’s not easy to figure out how to use high-tech devices. What’s more, in some instances soldiers who do learn how to properly use the advanced weaponry are rotated to other units, leaving original units on the frontline stranded.
The fact that the United States has spent over $4.5 billion on military aid the recipient country can’t really use should anger anyone who facing hardships here in the United States. Inflation is taking a huge bite out of incomes throughout the nation as gas prices rise to record highs almost every day.
Food prices are going through the roof, as is the cost of housing. Baby formula is scarer than ever and parents are frantically visiting multiple stores and begging relatives to help them find the food they need to feed their little ones.
Many struggle to repay student loans as President Biden makes a hoopla out of forgiving $10,000 in student debt for qualifying students. However, the President is gearing up to send yet another $700 million aid package to a nation knowing (or worse yet, failing to understand) that this aid is next to worthless.
To make matters worse, as one Ukrainian officer explains, learning to use the new weaponry is a “trial and error process to figure out which button do what,” and mistakes are common. This is downright terrifying given the fact that the Biden Administration is planning on giving Ukraine weapons that could hit Russian territory, and Russia has promised to respond appropriately if Ukraine strikes Russian territory.
There is the very real possibility that World War 3 could erupt not because some hot-headed general decides to get revenge but simply because a soldier on the battlefield misread coordinates and/or pressed the wrong button at the wrong time. Sadly, there are some in Washington who would likely relish the chance to start a war with Russia, without regard for the consequences.
While President Biden has tried to show a modest amount of restraint by refusing to send American troops into the conflict, his team of crazed warmongers is continually pushing him to do more, and they appear to be winning, as is evidenced by the President’s reversal of his pledge not to send Ukraine weapons that could hit Russia.
The United States used to be recognized as a world leader that promoted peace. Its leaders took pride in resolving conflicts around the world. Sadly, that day is no more. The Biden Administration is hell-bent on prolonging the war in Ukraine by sending high-tech weaponry to the region, without regard for the fact that most Ukrainian soldiers don’t know how to use it properly and the Ukrainian army will have a hard time fixing the weapons if they break or malfunction.
Anyone who tries to impede the flow of arms to the region or dares to talk about negotiating a peace treaty is mocked and vilified. While only time will tell how this ends, the odds are rising that this conflict will eventually expand to other countries either due to deliberate actions by the West or by mistakes made on the battlefield as untrained Ukrainian soldiers, some of whom were drafted into the combat and have no prior military experience, struggle to figure out advanced American “aid” on the go.