Who started the conflict in Ukraine?
The United States.
The greedy Harvard Cabal that has hijacked the American Republic has once again created the conditions for their favorite economic enterprise: War.
A smart leader prevents war.
A smart leader keeps his hand steady on the rudder and avoids rocky waters.
The morally blind traitors in the Harvard Cabal create war.
War makes then money.
They love war.
Regardless of their posturing and their sanctimonious sanctions, I wouldn’t be surprised if they are making money through back channels by supplying the Russian war machine.
These fools who lead us are hopelessly incapable of waging peace.
It isn’t that difficult to do.
It’s not as if peace isn’t going to make them any money.
There are plenty of dollars to be made through peace.
So much of American infrastructure needs to be rebuilt.
Dams need to be reinforced.
Crumbling bridges need to be rebuilt.
Polluted waterways need to be cleaned up.
Crumbling inner cities desperately need investment.
New concepts need to be constructed.
We need high speed rail between major cities.
That’s a lot of rail.
There’s not enough money for corporations in that?
It would’ve been very simple for the Harvard Cabal to reach out to Vladimir Putin and ask him to join the team.
Why should we make an enemy of Russia?
What’s the point of that?
And specifically what has Russia done in the last 30 years to warrant such enmity?
It was the United States that went into the Middle East and killed close to a million people.
And that’s a conservative estimate.
If anyone should’ve been sanctioned it was the United States of America.
Come to think of it, why do other nations in the world not sanction the United States when it steps out of line?
Why is it always the Russians who are sanctioned?
Well, of course, we know why.
The Harvard Cabal needs an enemy in order to justify the military industrial complex.
That’s what it’s all about for these guys: Making money through war.
They need Vladimir Putin.
Vladimir Putin makes them money.
That’s the sad state of affairs in the United States of America and the world.
America is engaging upon a wicked course of action no different than that of the Roman Empire and Great Britain.
If we aren’t willing to stand up and stop it, then it will be the end of us.
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