It should be obvious to most Americans the state is not working in their best interest. Approval of Congress is at an all-time low, although, since July, it has risen from 17 percent to 22 percent. When polled, Americans single out inflation and the economy, the affordability of healthcare, and violent crime as the most important issues. Fear of Russia figures far down on the list.
For the state, the primary focus is not the health and security of the American people. No, for the state and its “partners” and “stakeholders,” the primary focus is war, theft, and subjugation in the name of neoliberal conquest.
Most people understand, if often vaguely, the endpoint of war—the collapse of civilization, possibly the end of life on the planet. The average person believes negotiations should be front and center when a war begins, but this is anathema to the “humanitarian interventionists” now in charge of foreign policy.
“According to a new survey of Americans, a growing majority desire negotiations with Washington’s enemies. For example, nearly 80% of people polled said they want the White House to continue nuclear talks with Iran,” write Kyle Anzalone and Connor Freeman for the Libertarian Institute.
“The Eurasia Group Foundation released a new survey asking Americans if our government should negotiate with adversaries. Nearly twice as many Americans said they want more talks compared to those calling for less diplomacy.”
The authors note that since the “Big Guy” was selected (it was his turn, after all), “Washington’s relationship with Moscow, Beijing, Pyongyang and Tehran has become more contentious,” which should be expected. They are officially declared enemies, primarily because they reject the neoliberal order. “However, the increasingly hostile White House is not reflective of the American public. Year-over-year the poll shows an increase in Americans favoring diplomacy over isolation.”
In the case of Ukraine, it ain’t going to happen. The secretary of the corporate and banker state department, Antony Blinken, has made it perfectly clear Biden will not negotiate an end to the problem it created in that basket case of a country. Blinken and the boss of the War Department, Lloyd Austin, are following orders: pump more weapons (and CIA operatives and “specialists”) into Ukraine.
The idea is, as always, destabilization. Biden’s “advisers” (CFR handlers and crony capitalist lobbyists) are working hard to turn Ukraine into another Russian defeat, a humiliation like the one suffered in Afghanistan (thanks largely to the CIA’s useful idiot terrorists).
The CIA’s “covert operations saw the backing of some unsavoury characters like Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, who met directly with CIA officials and was responsible for various atrocities, such as the killing of civilians and the shelling of Kabul with American weapons, resulting in 2,000 causalities. Furthermore, Hekmatyar was known to hold good relations with the global face of terrorism, Osama Bin Laden, who benefitted indirectly from CIA funding of Arab-Afghan training camps in Pakistan. One of Bin Laden’s closest associates in the 1980s was Afghan war leader, Jalaluddin Haqqani, who received direct cash payments from the CIA and Haqqani’s network also played a crucial role in the creation and formation of Al-Qaeda,” writes Tarik Ata.
Subverting and “decolonizing” Russia is the primary objective, not saving Ukraine’s “democracy,” forced down the throat of the Ukrainian people by way of bloody coup, prettified by the term “color revolution,” a standout imprimatur of NED subversion. Russia is well-aware of this.
“The United States and the European countries that are sitting on its word want to divide and weaken Russia,” declared Russian State Duma Speaker Vyacheslav Volodin in 2021 during a meeting with President Vladimir Putin and deputies of the lower house of parliament of the 8th convocation.
The USG and NATO “have already counted how many parts we should be divided into and calculated the maximum number of people that should live there,” explains Igor Barinov in a transcript on Putin’s official website Igor Barinov.