• February 21, 2024

Why the fight over the Ukraine?

 Why the fight over the Ukraine?

Opinion

by Sheila G

February 28, 2022

I have great empathy for the people of the Ukraine. I have no empathy for their government.

The Ukrainian people have lived under a government that has cheated, lied and stolen money from their vast resources.  Money that belongs to the Ukrainian people went into the gold coffers of not only their own government officials but also into the coffers of other world leaders as well. They have lived in a country that thrives on human trafficking. A human trafficking problem so big it leads in the world arena.

The United States, France, Canada, United Kingdom and Germany have sent troops to the countries bordering the Ukraine. The United States has provided $2.5 billion in military aid to Ukraine since 2014 and the aid includes vehicles and anti-artillery radar. NATO has also sent military instructors to train Ukrainian troops. Another fact that makes Putin so unhappy. In a show of strength these 5 countries is issued two dollar sanctions to Russia.

Then we have the Clinton Foundation who exploited Ukraine and a whole host of other countries as well:

Clinton Foundation money from countries

Until a few years ago, the Ukraine was one of the world’s biggest arms exporters. When it was part of the USSR, Ukraine produced 30% of Soviet armaments. In terms of numbers, it employed one million workers in over 750 factories in the country. When the Soviet Union collapsed, these weapons disappeared on the black market and were resold in African countries. More evidence of a corrupt government. Then of course, we have the Joe and Hunter Biden scandal with the Ukraine where vast amounts of money were sent by the Ukrainian government to shell companies in Cypress  and the money forwarded from there to a bank in Latvia to wash it and then disburse it to shell companies in the UK. We know the money was frozen by the UK and later unfrozen. Wa this money from a bribe? Was it extortion? More than likely it was a combination of both. Anyway you look at it multiple corrupt governments were players.  We have all seen the JP Morgan statements with money transferred to Hunter Biden. We even saw the JP Morgan statements for Adam Schiff. Yes, the Ukrainian government is corrupt as is our own government officials who bribed and extorted them.

Additionally, the United States has sent  Javelin anti-tank missiles from the USA.  However, the contract prohibits the use of this weapon in combat. This doesn’t make sense.

Spain has mobilized ships and fighter jets to the Black Sea. Holland and Denmark have moved troops into other NATO countries in order to deter Russia from possible attacks.

Breaking news as I write this is Zelensky just signed the application to join the EU. That is not going to make Putin happy at all.

You can read more about which countries are helping Ukraine militarily  Click here

What is at stake if Ukraine falls into the wrong hands? We all know that the United States, UK, France, Germany and Canada are members of the World Economic Forum. The European Union is no prize either. Russia isn’t a prize.

Let’s look at what the Ukraine has to offer the world.

A history lesson for anyone wondering what all the fuss is about. This invasion is a HUGE deal and will have worldwide repercussions.

For those who ask: “Why does Ukraine matter?”

This is why Ukraine matters:

It is the second-largest country by area in Europe by area and has a population of over 40 million – more than Poland.

Ukraine ranks:

 1st in Europe in proven recoverable reserves of uranium ores;

2nd place in Europe and 10th place in the world in terms of titanium ore reserves;

2nd place in the world in terms of explored reserves of manganese ores (2.3 billion tons, or 12% of the world’s reserves);

2nd largest iron ore reserves in the world (30 billion tons);

2nd place in Europe in terms of mercury ore reserves;

3rd place in Europe (13th place in the world) in shale gas reserves (22 trillion cubic meters)

4th in the world by the total value of natural resources;

7th place in the world in coal reserves (33.9 billion tons)

Ukraine is an important agricultural country:

1st in Europe in terms of arable land area;

3rd place in the world by the area of black soil (25% of world’s volume);

1st place in the world in exports of sunflower and sunflower oil;

2nd place in the world in barley production and 4th place in barley exports;

3rd largest producer and 4th largest exporter of corn in the world;

4th largest producer of potatoes in the world;

5th largest rye producer in the world;

5th place in the world in bee production (75,000 tons);

8th place in the world in wheat exports;

9th place in the world in the production of chicken eggs;

16th place in the world in cheese exports.

✅Ukraine can meet the food needs of 600 million people.

Ukraine is an important industrialized country:

1st in Europe in ammonia production;

Europe’s 2nd’s and the world’s 4th largest natural gas pipeline system;

3rd largest in Europe and 8th largest in the world in terms of installed capacity of nuclear power plants;

3rd place in Europe and 11th in the world in terms of rail network length (21,700 km);

3rd place in the world (after the U.S. and France) in production of locators and locating equipment;

3rd largest iron exporter in the world

4th largest exporter of turbines for nuclear power plants in the world;

4th world’s largest manufacturer of rocket launchers;

4th place in the world in clay exports

4th place in the world in titanium exports

8th place in the world in exports of ores and concentrates;

9th place in the world in exports of defense industry products;

10th largest steel producer in the world (32.4 million tons).

Ukraine matters. That is why its independence is important to the rest of the world.

Let me summarize where I see Ukraine is at right now. The five countries; US, UK, Canada, France and Germany are circling Ukraine in the best interest of the World Economic Forum. These countries are wolves circling their prey. The world leaders from the Baltic States and the EU are sending troops to border countries are just more evil wolves and their leaders are also members of the WEF. Then we have Russia. We know Russia and Putin have done some really bad things to people who dissent. So, WEF member countries have handed out $2.00 sanctions and Putin has ratcheted up his nuclear threat.

I do not believe any of these countries have the Ukrainian peoples best interest at heart. If that were the case we would have troops on the ground  in the Ukraine fighting the Russians instead of sitting in border countries. If that were the case, human trafficking would have been stopped long ago. If there was a truly best interest of the people, the corrupt Ukrainian officials who stole, lied and cheated the people would have long ago been hanging from a tree. Why did Zelensky sign the application to join the EU? Is it possible he has been given an ultimatum? I certainly think so. I believe the trade for his signature is NATO will put boots on the ground inside Ukraine. We all know many troops of the NATO are paid mercenaries. If President Trump were the named President in the 2020 election I have no doubt he would have pulled the US out of this nefarious and corrupt organization. The member nations never paid their fair share as required and they never supported the US with their votes. The member troops are nothing more than paid mercenaries.

The point is the Ukrainian people are surrounded by evil players who are in the game for their own best interest. They don’t give a crap about the people. I don’t see Putin launching nukes at the Ukraine it would destroy the vast wealth of land resources he wants. I don’t see Putin launching nukes at the US. Both China and Russia want our land resources. Make no mistake, Putin has his eyes on the prize. What can he do to destabilize our governments? I don’t have an answer for that.
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