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Biden’s Leadership Failure on Ukraine Takes World to Brink

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AMAC Exclusive – By Daniel Roman

With Russian forces having failed to take Kyiv after four weeks of effort, the Biden Department of Defense was willing to do a victory lap. “What we’re seeing is a near-desperate attempt by the Russians to gain some momentum and try to turn the course of this in their favor,” Steve Kirby, the Pentagon’s spokesman told the press corps Monday. “ And doing so could simply be… an attempt to improve their position at the negotiating table, to get some kind of leverage because right now, it doesn’t appear like they have a lot of leverage to negotiate with.”

All well and good, if true. But Kirby’s description illustrates a major, if not the major weakness of Biden’s entire approach to the Russia-Ukraine conflict. Kirby describes it from the perspective of a bystander. His tone was reflective of a fan describing a sports game. Kirby and the Biden administration are keeping score, rooting for the Ukrainians, and shipping them weapons of course, but the idea that “negotiations” might not be an effort for Russia to extract itself seems lost on them. Biden and his team seem to have no vision for how they want this resolved other than dead Russians, a collapsed Russian economy, and a geopolitical humiliation for Vladimir Putin. They have in the process failed to define what the United States wants from any sort of settlement, and therefore what “winning” would look like.

Before the war, foreign policy “realists” warned that rightly or wrongly, Russia had interpreted NATO expansion as a threat, and that the United States, by pushing that expansion was creating the conditions for a conflict over something neither Washington nor its allies actually wanted (Ukrainian membership in NATO), and in the process, the West was pushing China and Russia into a dangerous alliance. The “neo-conservative” or interventionist wing of the American establishment countered that Ukrainians had the democratic right to choose their political and cultural orientation, they had chosen the West, and the West has an obligation to support them because of that. The former group views the outbreak of the war as a political disaster, but vindication for the latter group has been in the realm of public opinion alone. They have certainly rallied most Americans to the cause of supporting Ukraine against Russia, but have failed to define any positive way this could reasonably end.

The great Prussian general Carl von Clausewitz once said that war is the continuation of politics by other means. By this, he meant that military force could be used to successfully advance political objectives, but military success was ultimately worthless without a viable political goal. Napoleon could win any number of battles, but as long as he lacked a vision of the peace he wanted to achieve, it could only could lead to more war. More war meant that he could win any number of battles, but one defeat would undo him.

Russia’s problem in the Ukraine, beyond all the tactical and organizational flaws of the Russian army that have been revealed, or the dire state of its logistics system, is that Putin, like Napoleon, embarked on a military campaign not to achieve a specific political objective, but rather in the hope that the conflict itself would provide one. Having failed to achieve any of a long list of goals over his 20+ years in power – equal partnership with the United States in a global order during the Bush years, a sphere of influence under Obama, a modus vivendi under Trump, or even promises regarding NATO expansion from Biden, Putin was faced with the prospect of retreating again or rolling the dice with use of force, and he chose to gamble.

Whether the goal was a puppet government, an agreement with Kyiv to keep Ukraine neutral and out of NATO, annexation, partition, or an agreement with Washington, the expectation was that military success was more likely to produce at least one of those than continued diplomacy. Yet by failing to set a political objective, Putin also failed to set a military one. If his goal was negotiations, he should have targeted the Ukrainian army in the East. If it was a puppet regime, he needed to seize Kyiv. He tried to do both and accomplished neither.

It is important that the U.S. does not repeat the same error. There is a lot of discussion about what terms may be acceptable to Kyiv, but not what terms will be acceptable to the U.S. But the U.S. is not a bystander, no matter what Biden administration officials sometimes seem to imply. The U.S. and its NATO allies are Ukraine’s major suppliers of weapons. The nature of Ukraine’s “neutrality” in any agreement will have a lot to do with what weapons the U.S. rushes to Kyiv afterward. The sanctions which are crippling Russia’s domestic economy are orchestrated by the United States. The boycotts of Russia are largely by American and European countries. Zelensky cannot lift sanctions or boycotts he did not impose.

Would the U.S. be willing to lift sanctions regardless of what Russia does? It is unclear. Suggestions from Joe Biden that Vladimir Putin is a war criminal and from other officials that the Russian President and his entourage should face war crimes trials imply that it is unlikely the sanctions will ever be lifted on the current Russian government. This alone risks providing Putin with dangerous incentives for further escalation. If the sanctions will remain in effect regardless, then the value of a deal with the Ukrainian government goes down for Russia. Instead, the value of the Ukrainian people as hostages goes up. Defeating the Ukrainian army will not lift sanctions, nor will pulling out. But, as unthinkable as it may be, causing enough suffering and death to Ukrainian civilians, maybe even using chemical weapons (as the Biden administration has warned), might well lead Washington to reconsider and grow desperate to end the war.

This is not an argument against sanctions. They are vital to pressuring Moscow to end the war. But they will only work if there is a prospect they will be actually be lifted if Moscow does end the war. Without that, they merely provide Moscow a reason to kill more and more people until the West comes to the table.

It is also worth asking whether the long-term isolation of the Russian state and economy is even in the best interests of the United States. Many realists argued that the U.S.-Russian conflict is not just a distraction from the need to counter a rising China, but aiding China by pushing Moscow into an alliance with Beijing. While it seems unlikely that Russia could have been as easily wooed as some think, there is truth to the argument that the failure to build a modern, successful, and prosperous Russia during the 1990s contributed to the defeat of those in Russian politics who wished for an alliance with the West. A Russia which is bankrupt, with its independent media gone, internet firewalled, and intelligentsia long since forced underground will be a satellite of Beijing.

Furthermore, while alarmist, worries that the sort of sanctions inflicted on Russia will undermine the position of the dollar and the dominance of Western financial systems such as SWIFT are not entirely without merit. Those sanctions are producing a public relations backlash in India and Africa, and the longer they are in effect the more incentive there is to develop alternatives. On the other hand, if they are lifted relatively quickly, Russia will have incentives to return to Western institutions out of familiarity and inertia.

For all these reasons, the Biden administration should not be reveling in the current stalemate as any kind of victory and mocking Russia’s lack of leverage in talks. Rather, the U.S. should take advantage of this to figure out what settlement it can live with, one which brings this war to a close. Looking at from the distance of history rather than the horror of the moment, we may ultimately look back and see that the United States has potentially gained quite a lot by Putin’s miscalculation. NATO is rejuvenated with increased spending commitments across the board. The prestige of Western military doctrine and technology has been redeemed after the fall of Kabul. A new unified Ukrainian national identity has been forged which might well see the country transformed for the better if the war does not utterly destroy it.

It is time to look for an exit ramp which will let us end this before it gets much worse. Allowing Ukraine to turn into Syria will risk everything that has been achieved both by the Ukrainians and the West over the last month. It will subject the Ukrainian people to untold suffering. It will only push Russia closer to China. It will lead much of the developing world to blame the West should the fighting grow more desperate—already there are those accusing the West of being willing to “fight to the last Ukrainian”. The only winners will be in Beijing. The Biden team needs to lead.

Daniel Roman is the pen name of a frequent commentator and lecturer on foreign policy and political affairs, both nationally and internationally. He holds a Ph.D. in International Relations from the London School of Economics.   

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Susan Torrens
Susan Torrens
1 year ago

So what are we going to do about a demented President and a Bimbo Bice President? There is a part of me that is furious with Jill Biden for supporting her husband in the run for the White House knowing full well that Joe is struggling with Altzheimers.

Hal
Hal
1 year ago

Putin should go sit on a toilet!!!!

FUK
FUK
1 year ago

The assumptions that go into the analyies of these talking head asshats is totally disconnected with reality. Not a one of them – this author included – have ever thought of this from the other side’s position.

The Russians are in fact quite close to their goal, which is a more defensible set of borders, control of the coast, and means to make certain Ukraine, which is in fact part of Russia, does not “go west.”

Nobody gets that. Why?

Stephanie Staker
Stephanie Staker
1 year ago

While I am appalled at the destruction and murders committed in Ukraine, it really bothers me that the MSM, the politicians, and generally everyone who has lied to us, the public, about Covid-19 for over 2 years, it’s hard for me to get behind all the rhetoric. Putin is a monster and I don’t understand his war tactics at all. If he wants Ukraine, why is he destroying it and trying to kill her citizens? It makes no sense to me at all. Is he a mad man? Is he senile like our leader? I get that Putin has his gripes and worries but all the nations that border Russia worry about what he will do next – with good reason! I simply don’t know who is telling truth any more.

Dennis
Dennis
1 year ago

Putin had been warning for some 15 years about NATO expansion….then he was supposed to sit by and let NATO envelop Ukraine as well? Putting ALL kinds of weaponry on his border and blocking Russias only access to winter ports? We wouldnt accept it and Russia should not allow it. Zelinsky is no hero, he is a corrupt scumbag leading a nation of corruption. Why Putin didnt just level the country is beyond me…….we did in Baghdad if anyone can recall……but Russia is “evil”? Do some research folks….seems AMAC has gone woke on this matter…….until a hint contained in this article.

Jerry
Jerry
1 year ago

Don’t let Joe get involved, he doesn’t know where Ukraine is

Donald A Colongeli
Donald A Colongeli
1 year ago

ALL WE HEAR IS REPEATED INFORMATION, IT DOESNT SEEM AS THOUGH ANY ONE WE DEPEND ON TAKES ACTION AND GETS INVOLVED. IF THE FACIST LIBERALS CAN SPEW HATRED AND DESTROY OUR COUNTRY WE SHOULD ALSO BECOME PROACTIVE AND FIGHT FIRE WITH FIRE. OUR COUNTRIES FUTURE IS AT STAKE. I HAVE TEXTED THE NRC AND INFORMED THEM IF THEY DONT STOP THE APPOINTMENT OF THIS PERSON FOR THE SUPREME COURT, I WILL NEVER SUPPORT THE REPUBLICAN PARTY ANY LONGER.

Bob L.
Bob L.
1 year ago

The current conflict in Ukraine is just another violent chapter in the region’s history. The region, including Ukraine has long been and still is politically unstable, violently so. The citizens, men, women, and children have suffered greatly as a result throughout that history.

There’s a documentary that describes part of that history from the 20th century until recently.

“Ukraine On Fire”
rumble.com/vwxxi8-ukraine-on-fire.html

David
David
1 year ago

As long as there is an incompetent president in the white house, I don’t think there will be a competent resolve to this war. I predicted before Biden was elected, that if he gets elected he might lead this country into WW3, and I predicted gas prices would go up continuously until the end of his presidency, so far unfortunately I’ve been correct.I just wish this country would have realized that also.

Walter Plessinger
Walter Plessinger
1 year ago

I’m seeing no end in sight to the war in Ukraine, nor do I see a Biden administration that is capable enough of leading. I will listen today for the results that come from the NATO meeting in Europe where Biden is at, and only then will I get more of a sense of where all this disruption is leading US, but I’m not very optimistic about the outcome. I believe we will hear the same ole same ole that we’ve been hearing for exactly one month now.

B.J. Cassady
B.J. Cassady
1 year ago

Has the commander in cheese announced any goals in this war and believe me it is a war? As a vet, I believe the goals should be, Putin locked away after his war crimes trial, defeat in Ukraine, the USA or NATO (which has 50 times the economy of Russia, 10 times the troops, 5 times the planes and much larger navy) should do whatever is necessary in stopping this war. Imagine 1000 planes hitting the Russian forces, hitting the bases in Crimea and wherever the forces are staging their operations from. Return ALL the land back to Ukraine. If their are ethnic Russians living in Ukraine, allow them safe passage to Russia. Ukraine belongs to their people. Kick the invaders out. When done, make Russia pay for the rebuilding of Ukraine. Russia will be broke. Fair enough. As for our commander in cheese, he will be done in a few years and hopefully people will vote for someone with enough common sense to lead. Joe B is a good example for why we need term limits.

Vietvet6769
Vietvet6769
1 year ago

This man really delusional, he is coach that he is the president of the New World Order..

Garye
Garye
1 year ago

More FAILURE from joebama and the marxist democrat party!
NOT respected AT ALL in America and the LAUGHING STOCK OF WEAKNESS in the World!
How absolutely pathetic these traitors are!!!
Throw them out !

CoNMTX
CoNMTX
1 year ago

“…victory lap for Biden?” Is this Bozo now taking credit for this? What did he do besides hide in his mansion or his vacation mansion? It’s called Biden’s leadership failure in Ukraine. ALL his leadership has been a failure so what else could this be? The moron has been a failure for 40 years.

Frank
Frank
1 year ago

When are people going to understand that Biden’s a demented Puppet and not the leader a normal president is? Does anyone really believe this clown’s making the decisions because if you do I have a bridge to sell you? It’s Obama, Pelosi, Clinton, Schumer and liberals along with the United Nations that are Intentionally doing this for the start of their One World Order Government agenda. Better wake up and see what’s really going on. What other reason would the United Nations and Nato be so silent and not Intervein which they should have done by now. This is why nothing was done about the rigged election because this was in the planning.

anna hubert
anna hubert
1 year ago

Biden’s leadership? now that is not funny

Owen Shrock
Owen Shrock
1 year ago

I’m sorry, but this entire article sounds like more propaganda by AMAC. I’m not sure what to believe anymore. The article talk’s early on about Moscow being pushed into an alliance with Beijing because the US didn’t help Moscow rebuild a modern, successful, and prosperous Russia?

Once again it’s America’s fault, After we defeated Communism we should have rebuilt them like we did with Germany and Japan after WW2.

The United States has made some bone head moves concerning which side to back during a conflict, such as when Ho Chi Minh first came to us wanting help in getting rid of French rule in Vietnam. When we refused to help him because he was a Communist, he turned to China. We all know how that one turned out.

Another example is when Chiang Kai-shek came to us wanting help fighting the Communist and Mao Tse-tung in during China’s Civil War shortly after WW2. Long story short, Chiang Kai-shek and his pro western forces were defeated and he along with his army and others fled to Taiwan. If only we would have helped him maybe we wouldn’t be in the mess we’re in today concerning China, and just maybe we would have had the outcome we’ve always wanted with China in the first place.

Here’s my point, Russia has never been our friend, even when our mutual survival depended on it during WW2…Russia was not in bed with us-so to speak-they were only friendly with us because they needed us to save their sorry @ss. Ever since WW2 Russia has been our major adversary and it wasn’t until we defeated them and China grew into their superpower status that our focus shifted away from them…as for us easing up on Russia because we’re pushing them towards China, the two countries have already made public their agreement with each other and I think the best thing we can do as a country and for the world is to REPLACE each and everyone of Bidens cabinet and anyone around him with new American First Conservative Leadership.

Sorry for my rant, I know I tend to get off subject. Russia deserves it’s bloody nose the Ukrainians are giving them, we need to support the Ukrainians with arms and supplies, but nothing else. As for everything else, it will all come out in the wash as soon as we get some real leadership in the Oval Office if we can last that long.

God Bless the USA

Bill on the Hill
Bill on the Hill
1 year ago

The Biden administration is weak & feckless, western Europe is weak, with or without NATO. Putin knew this long before he decided to invade the Ukraine…Russia already knew full well in advance of invading the Ukraine on how his nation would be sanctioned, including the cutting off of the SWIFT banking system. Putin is now offering his oil & gas to his immediate neighbors with payment of that energy in the form of the Russian Ruble, i.e. he doesn’t need the federal reserve in any capacity whatsoever & not surprisingly neither does China as they quietly sit back & watch all that is unfolding. Several months before the invasion, both Russia & China had agreed to terms of payment for energy outside the Federal Reserve monopoly most nations adhere to.
The NWO Biden spoke of ( 2 ) days ago in actuality applies to America, Russia, India & yes, China…The vast majority of nations across the globe want no part of this NWO folks…
There is another politician that spoke of this NWO nonsense back in the early part of the ’90’s, none other than HW Bush himself. Political power & greed has no party affiliation boundaries & these wealthy elites have wanted this globalized form of government since at least the ’60’s if not the 1950’s. The world overall wants no part of it…
NATO will NEVER be allowed in Ukraine nor any other Russian satellite states without a full blown war over this, i.e. WW111…
I will leave a quote from this story that rings more true than false & end my comments with it:
” Furthermore, while alarmist, worries that the sort of sanctions inflicted on Russia will undermine the position of the dollar and the dominance of Western financial systems such as SWIFT are not entirely without merit. ”
Surely if the west loses the monopoly of the US dollar under the auspices of the Federal Reserve, this will begin a cascading of financial events most people are woefully unprepared for, including yours truly…
In closing, to think all that has occurred in the last ( 14 ) months under a clueless, old man suffering from dementia that got installed as a president under false pretenses by rigging an election for it to be so, brings us to this very moment in time…
Biden got his ” Wag the Dog ” distraction in Ukraine, whilst our southern border remains WIDE OPEN… :~(
Bill… :~)

Boz
Boz
1 year ago

Failure? He was chosen to “fail”. All of his “failures” push us one step closer to NWO. All of this is deliberate and intentional.

J C
J C
1 year ago

Go to HELL biden. 50 years of Stupidity and Hate for the United States. You disgusting stumbling Lying rotting skin bag, along with your sick pathetic thieving family..

PaulE
PaulE
1 year ago

Joe Biden has never demonstrated any deep understanding of foreign or domestic policy, nor leadership skills in his entire political career leading up to his current position as POTUS. He has always been, at best, a follower, who stuck to whatever those around him said and did. That anyone in the United States could have thought, absent any proof of such competence or leadership skills, that Joe Biden would magically be able to handle the job he was handed on a silver platter is a complete fool and moron. Unfortunately, for the people of Ukraine, United States and the rest of the world, we appear to be stuck with this incompetent idiot in the White House until January 2025.

Yes, China will be the main beneficiary, but that is why they bankrolled him so heavily and assisted in his elevation to his current position. Leaders of other nations like Iran, Venezuela and North Korea will also benefit from Biden’s occupation of the White House. It is what it is at this point.

joe mchugh
joe mchugh
1 year ago

The Author of this article glossed over a strategy that could be a benefit of the Western alliance.
Provide Ukraine with just enough supplies and weapon systems so that it could block Russia’s goal of once again making it a satellite of Russia. A Russia bogged down with a war that costs it blood and treasure would eventually cause it to reassess support for Putin.

Alliance with China? That would be akin to two drunks hanging on to each other for support. Russia only has oil to bargain with, while China has cheap labor for the American market. The leverage of oil supply could be neutralized by increased oil production of the U.S. Bringing home the lost American manufacturing capability would take longer but it would reduce China’s economic power, a power that never should have flourished in the first place.

Backing Putin, and for that matter the Chinese, into untenable corners could restore America’s exceptional position in the world. Nuclear conflict? Russians and the Chinese rattle their nuclear sabers because they have no other viable threat to dominate the United States. And saber rattling is all that these twin bulliies dare to do. They want more power but they don’t want to risk a sunburn under a 10,500 degree fireball.

And to the liberal trolls, using nuclear weapons is not unheard of, ask the Japanese. Mutual destruction? Propaganda, but the aftermath of a major nuclear exchange would not be a walk in the park. Result? The tens of millions of survivors in the United States would rebuild to again become the uncontested power in the world. Unimaginable cost? Compared to what, slavery under a tyranny?
Remember the old saying from the cold war? “Better dead than red.”

Mario Capparuccini
Mario Capparuccini
1 year ago

Thank you for a thoughtful analysis. However, acting on your recommendations requires insight, wisdom, and courage. In short, leadership is required. Since the Democratic Party is totally devoid of leadership, the horrible outcomes you outlined will come to pass.

Myrna Wade
Myrna Wade
1 year ago

This is all true and the most likely trend is that Ukraine will be like Syria except the leader of Ukraine wants the job of leader and cares about his citizens. Also Ukrainians know Russia so well they will not give in or give up.

Dennis M Struk
Dennis M Struk
1 year ago

C’mon BRANDON!!! WHEN are you going to “GROW A PAIR”..???

J. Farley
J. Farley
1 year ago

WHAT! LEADERSHIP!

Patriot Will
Patriot Will
1 year ago

It’s tragic that so many lives have been ruined and lost largely because Biden is an empty suit. Had Biden been a strong America first leader, Putin would not have invaded the Ukraine. Even now, instead of being a true leader, Biden is blending into the leadership of the other NATO countries, and still slow walking weapon’s aid to the fighting Ukrainians. The Ukrainian people are immensely brave; however, Biden’s lack of competence and resolve is still sorely hurting Ukraine’s chance of winning the war against Russia.

TPS
TPS
1 year ago

40+ years as a failed politician what were you expecting. He’s failing at home and abroad, shocking. Hope the 80 million and msm who gave us this are pleased with themselves.

Mike B.
Mike B.
1 year ago

We all know that Biden will not lead us to the right path on any situation. He picked a nominee for the Supreme Court that can’t even define a woman . She doesn’t know when life starts. Whether you’re pro, or anti abortion , you should have some clue . Obviously sanctions aren’t working to stop this creature from killing innocent civilians ( babies & woman ). The Russian people are suffering, not Putin. Biden’s administration would xxxx up a 1 car funeral. I just pray that this war will end, and Putin doesn’t decide to step into Poland. There is so much damage happening in this country too. Biden can’t chew gum, and walk at the same time. God help the Ukrainian people, and this great country that we live in. You have to vote in November.

Stephen Russell
Stephen Russell
1 year ago

We’ve been on brink day 1 under Biden for war. NOT Cuba 1962

Susan Torrens
Susan Torrens
1 year ago

So what are we going to do about a demented President and a Bimbo Bice President? There is a part of me that is furious with Jill Biden for supporting her husband in the run for the White House knowing full well that Joe is struggling with Altzheimers.

Hal
Hal
1 year ago

Putin should go sit on a toilet!!!!

FUK
FUK
1 year ago

The assumptions that go into the analyies of these talking head asshats is totally disconnected with reality. Not a one of them – this author included – have ever thought of this from the other side’s position.

The Russians are in fact quite close to their goal, which is a more defensible set of borders, control of the coast, and means to make certain Ukraine, which is in fact part of Russia, does not “go west.”

Nobody gets that. Why?

Stephanie Staker
Stephanie Staker
1 year ago

While I am appalled at the destruction and murders committed in Ukraine, it really bothers me that the MSM, the politicians, and generally everyone who has lied to us, the public, about Covid-19 for over 2 years, it’s hard for me to get behind all the rhetoric. Putin is a monster and I don’t understand his war tactics at all. If he wants Ukraine, why is he destroying it and trying to kill her citizens? It makes no sense to me at all. Is he a mad man? Is he senile like our leader? I get that Putin has his gripes and worries but all the nations that border Russia worry about what he will do next – with good reason! I simply don’t know who is telling truth any more.

Dennis
Dennis
1 year ago

Putin had been warning for some 15 years about NATO expansion….then he was supposed to sit by and let NATO envelop Ukraine as well? Putting ALL kinds of weaponry on his border and blocking Russias only access to winter ports? We wouldnt accept it and Russia should not allow it. Zelinsky is no hero, he is a corrupt scumbag leading a nation of corruption. Why Putin didnt just level the country is beyond me…….we did in Baghdad if anyone can recall……but Russia is “evil”? Do some research folks….seems AMAC has gone woke on this matter…….until a hint contained in this article.

Jerry
Jerry
1 year ago

Don’t let Joe get involved, he doesn’t know where Ukraine is

Donald A Colongeli
Donald A Colongeli
1 year ago

ALL WE HEAR IS REPEATED INFORMATION, IT DOESNT SEEM AS THOUGH ANY ONE WE DEPEND ON TAKES ACTION AND GETS INVOLVED. IF THE FACIST LIBERALS CAN SPEW HATRED AND DESTROY OUR COUNTRY WE SHOULD ALSO BECOME PROACTIVE AND FIGHT FIRE WITH FIRE. OUR COUNTRIES FUTURE IS AT STAKE. I HAVE TEXTED THE NRC AND INFORMED THEM IF THEY DONT STOP THE APPOINTMENT OF THIS PERSON FOR THE SUPREME COURT, I WILL NEVER SUPPORT THE REPUBLICAN PARTY ANY LONGER.

Bob L.
Bob L.
1 year ago

The current conflict in Ukraine is just another violent chapter in the region’s history. The region, including Ukraine has long been and still is politically unstable, violently so. The citizens, men, women, and children have suffered greatly as a result throughout that history.

There’s a documentary that describes part of that history from the 20th century until recently.

“Ukraine On Fire”
rumble.com/vwxxi8-ukraine-on-fire.html

David
David
1 year ago

As long as there is an incompetent president in the white house, I don’t think there will be a competent resolve to this war. I predicted before Biden was elected, that if he gets elected he might lead this country into WW3, and I predicted gas prices would go up continuously until the end of his presidency, so far unfortunately I’ve been correct.I just wish this country would have realized that also.

Walter Plessinger
Walter Plessinger
1 year ago

I’m seeing no end in sight to the war in Ukraine, nor do I see a Biden administration that is capable enough of leading. I will listen today for the results that come from the NATO meeting in Europe where Biden is at, and only then will I get more of a sense of where all this disruption is leading US, but I’m not very optimistic about the outcome. I believe we will hear the same ole same ole that we’ve been hearing for exactly one month now.

B.J. Cassady
B.J. Cassady
1 year ago

Has the commander in cheese announced any goals in this war and believe me it is a war? As a vet, I believe the goals should be, Putin locked away after his war crimes trial, defeat in Ukraine, the USA or NATO (which has 50 times the economy of Russia, 10 times the troops, 5 times the planes and much larger navy) should do whatever is necessary in stopping this war. Imagine 1000 planes hitting the Russian forces, hitting the bases in Crimea and wherever the forces are staging their operations from. Return ALL the land back to Ukraine. If their are ethnic Russians living in Ukraine, allow them safe passage to Russia. Ukraine belongs to their people. Kick the invaders out. When done, make Russia pay for the rebuilding of Ukraine. Russia will be broke. Fair enough. As for our commander in cheese, he will be done in a few years and hopefully people will vote for someone with enough common sense to lead. Joe B is a good example for why we need term limits.

Vietvet6769
Vietvet6769
1 year ago

This man really delusional, he is coach that he is the president of the New World Order..

Garye
Garye
1 year ago

More FAILURE from joebama and the marxist democrat party!
NOT respected AT ALL in America and the LAUGHING STOCK OF WEAKNESS in the World!
How absolutely pathetic these traitors are!!!
Throw them out !

CoNMTX
CoNMTX
1 year ago

“…victory lap for Biden?” Is this Bozo now taking credit for this? What did he do besides hide in his mansion or his vacation mansion? It’s called Biden’s leadership failure in Ukraine. ALL his leadership has been a failure so what else could this be? The moron has been a failure for 40 years.

Frank
Frank
1 year ago

When are people going to understand that Biden’s a demented Puppet and not the leader a normal president is? Does anyone really believe this clown’s making the decisions because if you do I have a bridge to sell you? It’s Obama, Pelosi, Clinton, Schumer and liberals along with the United Nations that are Intentionally doing this for the start of their One World Order Government agenda. Better wake up and see what’s really going on. What other reason would the United Nations and Nato be so silent and not Intervein which they should have done by now. This is why nothing was done about the rigged election because this was in the planning.

anna hubert
anna hubert
1 year ago

Biden’s leadership? now that is not funny

Owen Shrock
Owen Shrock
1 year ago

I’m sorry, but this entire article sounds like more propaganda by AMAC. I’m not sure what to believe anymore. The article talk’s early on about Moscow being pushed into an alliance with Beijing because the US didn’t help Moscow rebuild a modern, successful, and prosperous Russia?

Once again it’s America’s fault, After we defeated Communism we should have rebuilt them like we did with Germany and Japan after WW2.

The United States has made some bone head moves concerning which side to back during a conflict, such as when Ho Chi Minh first came to us wanting help in getting rid of French rule in Vietnam. When we refused to help him because he was a Communist, he turned to China. We all know how that one turned out.

Another example is when Chiang Kai-shek came to us wanting help fighting the Communist and Mao Tse-tung in during China’s Civil War shortly after WW2. Long story short, Chiang Kai-shek and his pro western forces were defeated and he along with his army and others fled to Taiwan. If only we would have helped him maybe we wouldn’t be in the mess we’re in today concerning China, and just maybe we would have had the outcome we’ve always wanted with China in the first place.

Here’s my point, Russia has never been our friend, even when our mutual survival depended on it during WW2…Russia was not in bed with us-so to speak-they were only friendly with us because they needed us to save their sorry @ss. Ever since WW2 Russia has been our major adversary and it wasn’t until we defeated them and China grew into their superpower status that our focus shifted away from them…as for us easing up on Russia because we’re pushing them towards China, the two countries have already made public their agreement with each other and I think the best thing we can do as a country and for the world is to REPLACE each and everyone of Bidens cabinet and anyone around him with new American First Conservative Leadership.

Sorry for my rant, I know I tend to get off subject. Russia deserves it’s bloody nose the Ukrainians are giving them, we need to support the Ukrainians with arms and supplies, but nothing else. As for everything else, it will all come out in the wash as soon as we get some real leadership in the Oval Office if we can last that long.

God Bless the USA

Bill on the Hill
Bill on the Hill
1 year ago

The Biden administration is weak & feckless, western Europe is weak, with or without NATO. Putin knew this long before he decided to invade the Ukraine…Russia already knew full well in advance of invading the Ukraine on how his nation would be sanctioned, including the cutting off of the SWIFT banking system. Putin is now offering his oil & gas to his immediate neighbors with payment of that energy in the form of the Russian Ruble, i.e. he doesn’t need the federal reserve in any capacity whatsoever & not surprisingly neither does China as they quietly sit back & watch all that is unfolding. Several months before the invasion, both Russia & China had agreed to terms of payment for energy outside the Federal Reserve monopoly most nations adhere to.
The NWO Biden spoke of ( 2 ) days ago in actuality applies to America, Russia, India & yes, China…The vast majority of nations across the globe want no part of this NWO folks…
There is another politician that spoke of this NWO nonsense back in the early part of the ’90’s, none other than HW Bush himself. Political power & greed has no party affiliation boundaries & these wealthy elites have wanted this globalized form of government since at least the ’60’s if not the 1950’s. The world overall wants no part of it…
NATO will NEVER be allowed in Ukraine nor any other Russian satellite states without a full blown war over this, i.e. WW111…
I will leave a quote from this story that rings more true than false & end my comments with it:
” Furthermore, while alarmist, worries that the sort of sanctions inflicted on Russia will undermine the position of the dollar and the dominance of Western financial systems such as SWIFT are not entirely without merit. ”
Surely if the west loses the monopoly of the US dollar under the auspices of the Federal Reserve, this will begin a cascading of financial events most people are woefully unprepared for, including yours truly…
In closing, to think all that has occurred in the last ( 14 ) months under a clueless, old man suffering from dementia that got installed as a president under false pretenses by rigging an election for it to be so, brings us to this very moment in time…
Biden got his ” Wag the Dog ” distraction in Ukraine, whilst our southern border remains WIDE OPEN… :~(
Bill… :~)

Boz
Boz
1 year ago

Failure? He was chosen to “fail”. All of his “failures” push us one step closer to NWO. All of this is deliberate and intentional.

J C
J C
1 year ago

Go to HELL biden. 50 years of Stupidity and Hate for the United States. You disgusting stumbling Lying rotting skin bag, along with your sick pathetic thieving family..

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