Well, That Didn't Take Long
US intel leaks could derail Ukraine-Russia peace talks
This morning, Ukrainian and Russian negotiators expressed strong optimism about the possibility of a peace agreement “in the next few days.” Meanwhile, US Senators Lindsey Graham and Jim Risch were on Fox News trying to drum up support for World War III.
I asked an honest question: Would the US try to prevent peace in its pursuit of the New World Order?:
I just got my answer.
Anonymous US intel officials leaked to the Financial Times, New York Times, and Washington Post that Russia requested military assistance from China, via Zero Hedge.
The leak is not new intelligence. According to FT, Russia requested military equipment from China shortly after its invasion of Ukraine began.
But people don’t read stories, they react emotionally to the headlines. And the headline makes you think Ukraine should stop negotiating and just wait it out. That’s exactly what the US and the NWO crowd want: a very long war.
While Zero Hedge suspects the leak was to soften the battlefield in China as
Sec. State Blinken National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan heads there for negotiations, I suspect the US (White House and Republican hawks) want to prevent peace in Ukraine. They want to prolong the war for different reasons. Biden wants to use the war as an excuse for inflation and energy prices, while the Republicans want to conquer Russia once and for all.
When I say to be careful in deciding who the good guys are, I mean it. War is complicated.
As Alex Berenson says, it’s impossible to be too cynical.
Note: A previous version of this story erroneously said Secretary of State Antony Blinken was about to engage in high-level talks with China. The official in question is National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan.