Ukraine is Losing the War While US Military Support is Greatly Diminishing US National Security
New report reveals 1,200 Polish soldiers killed in action in Ukraine as NATO member state sends combat troops to fight Russia in Ukraine further increasing the chances of World War Three
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky giving one of his video addresses to US leaders demanding ever more US economic and military support
A few days ago, I received a very revealing article from the Center for Security Policy, which is my favorite think tank, and I wanted to share it with the over 2,000 subscribers of “The Real War” newsletter. It is titled “Ukrainian military casualties are big trouble for Biden.” This is an outstanding article that highlights the fact that contrary to Biden regime media accounts, Ukraine is losing the war while also highlighting the near criminal dereliction of duty by the Biden regime in exporting massive amounts of US weapon systems to Ukraine thereby creating massive weapons and munitions shortages for the US military that has made our armed forces less ready for war than at any time in the last 80 years while at the same time the Biden regime has refused to lift a finger to send weapons to Taiwan to defend against an imminent Chinese invasion likely to occur next spring or fall at the latest. The new report also reveals 1,200 Polish soldiers killed in action in Ukraine. The fact that Poland, a NATO member country, has sent thousands of combat troops, likely classified as ‘volunteers’ to fight Russia in Ukraine is alarming as it is greatly increasing the chance that Russia may retaliate by attacking Poland directly sparking the outbreak of World War III, which would almost invariably escalate to the nuclear level and end in the destruction of our great country.
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Here are some of the highlights:
"Ukraine may look as if it were winning. The truth is the opposite because Ukraine is running out of manpower it cannot replace. It is losing by attrition on the battlefield and, with the Russians systematically destroying its infrastructure, millions of Ukrainians have fled abroad. It is unlikely the country could recover even if the war should end tomorrow.
Among the most stunning bits of information that have recently surfaced, reports in Poland say that around 1,200 Polish “volunteers” have been killed in Ukraine. These appear to have been drawn from Poland’s active land army, which consists of three main divisions.
The US also is short on conventional ammunition, including 155mm shells. Worse still, the emptying of vital war stocks has delayed deliveries of supplies to Taiwan and created vacuum opportunities for China should it choose to strike Taiwan.
At some point, Congress may start asking questions such as why the administration risked US security for Ukraine. It is abundantly clear the US Congress can’t keep voting for billions of dollars worth of weapons for Ukraine when the US itself lacks the arms and can’t support its vital interests elsewhere."
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