When you decide to donate money to charities or non-profits, I trust that you do some investigation to determine whether they deserve the money.
Does X charity give more money to people, or their leadership? Does Y organization have anything to show for their efforts or are they just talk?
For instance, I can show you two dozen bill numbers for Defend the Guard legislation, video after video of committee hearings and veteran testimony, and unprecedented wins in Arizona and Montana—all in just the past six months, and all of it accomplished by my non-profit, Bring Our Troops Home.
I’m sure the Libertarian Institute is able to demonstrate similar success with the donations you contribute as a faithful reader.
Unfortunately, the United States government does not perform the same vetting you do before it begins handing out billions of dollars.
This is nothing new.
During the 1980s, the Ronald Reagan administration went around Congress to give money to the worst sort of Central American death squads, who when they weren’t fighting civil wars massacred nuns in their free time.
The Barack Obama administration gave billions of dollars and weapons to the Syrian opposition, most of whom were Al Qaeda affiliates who had killed U.S. soldiers in Iraq.
And now, Joe Biden is giving billions of dollars to…Nazis.
I’m not joking.
A tattoo or uniform patch of a swastika or some other symbol used by the German Nazi Party, the Waffen-SS, or concentration camp guards “now appears with some regularity on the uniforms of [Ukrainian] soldiers fighting on the front line…” The New York Times now admits.
When the War Party needed stormtroopers to fight World War III, they called in the brown shirts from World War II.
For more than a year, the Ukrainian regime’s social media bots and paid lobbyists have been fighting a losing battle trying to erase photographs of their soldiers proudly touting the emblems of the Third Reich.
The Times continues:
“In each photograph, Ukrainians in uniform wore patches featuring symbols that were made notorious by Nazi Germany and have since become part of the iconography of far-right hate groups.“
“Even Jewish groups and anti-hate organizations that have traditionally called out hateful symbols have stayed largely silent. Privately, some leaders have worried about being seen as embracing Russian propaganda talking points.“
The thing that the U.S. so-called “newspaper of record” admits is completely factually correct is also “Russian propaganda.” Try to unravel that paradox!
This is a problem that existed long before The New York Times decided to finally highlight it. Neo-Nazi units like the Azov Battalion were embedded into Ukraine’s military going all the way back to the 2014 Kiev coup organized by Washington DC.
There’s even an open question about how much leverage this militant, far-right faction has over President Volodymyr Zelensky.
And this is exactly who Joe Biden and the military-industrial complex gave more than one hundred billion dollars to: Adolf Hitler’s acolytes.
There’s only two ways this situation can end.
Either the war in Ukraine continues to escalate between NATO and Russia until we suffer a complete nuclear Armageddon…
Or the war ends with a decimated and partitioned Ukraine, filled with angry, very well-armed Nazi fanatics with a bone to pick with their suppliers…us.
It almost makes annihilation seem preferable, doesn’t it?