Source: Shane Trejo
Fraudulent Vice President Kamala Harris made remarks recently inferring Ukraine is part of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) alliance.
Was this another gaffe from the mistake-prone lightweight who infamously wore out her knee pads get an undeserved position of prominence within the corrupt political system, or was it perhaps a Freudian slip revealing the globalist agenda that is at hand?
“So, I will say what I know what we all say and I will say over and over again: The United States stands firmly with the Ukrainian people in defense of the NATO alliance,” Harris said during the general session of the Democratic National Committee.
Harris’ comments can be seen here:
Big League Politics has reported on how experts from all political backgrounds have been in agreement that NATO expansion into Ukraine would provoke Russia and risk starting a major war:
“Often lost in the haze of war is truth, but the truth regarding the Ukraine/Russia conflict is explicit, and many experts from varying ideological backgrounds have warned that NATO expansion would provoke hostilities for decades.
Nevertheless, the globalists have proceeded anyway and ignored the sage advice of these individuals, and now here we are, perhaps on the precipice of World War 3 as a result of their folly.
Renegade left-wing journalist Glenn Greenwald amplified a Twitter thread posted by observer Arnaud Bertrand of MeAndQi.com showing how the globalists ignored many warnings that pushing Ukraine toward NATO would lead to war.
“I think it is the beginning of a new cold war. I think the Russians will gradually react quite adversely and it will affect their policies. I think it is a tragic mistake. There was no reason for this whatsoever. No one was threatening anybody else. This expansion would make the founding fathers of this country turn over in their graves,” said George F. Kennan, a legendary State Department bureaucrat who was the primary architect of the U.S. containment strategy in the 1940s that would go on to eventually defeat Sovietism, during a 1998 interview with New York Times columnist Tom Friedman before his death.
“Our differences in the Cold War were with the Soviet Communist regime. And now we are turning our backs on the very people who mounted the greatest bloodless revolution in history to remove that Soviet regime. And Russia’s democracy is as far advanced, if not farther, as any of these countries we’ve just signed up to defend from Russia. Of course there is going to be a bad reaction from Russia, and then [the NATO expanders] will say that we always told you that is how the Russians are — but this is just wrong,” he added.
Former United States Secretary of State and Realpolitik advocate Henry Kissinger is also adamantly against the expansion of NATO into Ukraine.
Harris’ comments could indicate Putin’s reasoning for invading Ukraine is justified. NATO has caused an immense amount of mischief throughout the world with their aggressive behavior, such as the Libyan nightmare, and putting missiles at Russia’s border would be a blatant affront to their sovereignty.