Joe Biden’s foreign policy has been an unmitigated disaster.
But fresh off his failure in Afghanistan, Biden seems eager to drag America into yet another war.
And now, Biden is on the verge of triggering a war with Russia over Ukraine.
This year marks the first time since 2001 that the United States has not been actively employed in a foreign war.
While America continues to engage in proxy conflicts around the world, the end of the Afghanistan War marks the first time in 20 years that US troops are not being deployed by the thousands to fight overseas.
However, that could soon change if Joe Biden gets his way.
Biden is now apparently planning to drag the United States into a conflict with Russia over Ukraine.
DNYUZ reports, “For years, U.S. officials have tiptoed around the question of how much military support to provide to Ukraine, for fear of provoking Russia. Now, in what would be a major turnaround, senior Biden administration officials are warning that the United States could throw its weight behind a Ukrainian insurgency should President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia invade Ukraine.”
With the decision to get involved in Ukraine apparently moving closer and closer to “yes”, Biden is on the verge of losing one war only to start another.
And this time, the stakes couldn’t be higher.
The Russians are far stronger than the Taliban or the Iraqis were in 2003. And even more worrying, Russia is a nuclear power.
“How the United States, which just exited two decades of war in Afghanistan, might pivot to funding and supporting an insurgency from fighting one is still being worked out. But even a conversation about how far the United States would go to subvert Russian aims in the event of an invasion has revived the specter of a new Cold War and suddenly made real the prospect of the beginnings of a so-called great power conflict,” adds DNYUZ.
The stakes are only going to keep getting higher as Biden inches the United States closer to yet another war, and the first major conflict in Europe that America would be embroiled in since the Yugoslav wars of the 1990s.
American military personnel and diplomats are already warning the Russian government that an invasion of Ukraine would be met with massive military force in the force of American-backed guerilla warfare.
“If Putin invades Ukraine with a major military force, U.S. and NATO military assistance — intelligence, cyber, anti-armor and anti-air weapons, offensive naval missiles — would ratchet up significantly,” said James Stavridis, a retired four-star Navy admiral who once served as the Supreme Allied Commander of NATO.
So far, Russia has amassed over 100,000 troops on the Ukrainian border, with American foreign intelligence reporting that the Russian government may be working to stage a false-flag operation to justify invading the country.
Biden has publicly signaled that the United States would fight any Russian invasion, likely through turning Ukraine into a proxy conflict between the United States and Russia.