Ukraine is losing, but the U.S.’s European vassals may end up as the biggest losers. From Karen Kwiatkowski at lewrockwell.com:
Eleven months after the Russians acted to provide a military protection force for Russians living in western Ukraine, or alternatively, 11 and a half months after Kiev and Zelensky stepped up attacks on their “own people” in the Donbass, presumably for their own good, what have we learned?
People of the world have gained new perspectives on things like gross US and NATO hypocrisy, the ability of politicians and diplomats to lie to your face, and in writing, and the ability of any number of countries exist and persist despite their ostensibly and possibly corruptly elected leadership being infirm, decrepit, insane, criminal and/or widely known for playing pianos with their dicks.
Life goes on – money gets made – people vote with their feet – and politicians hold their index fingers in the air to determine what next.
The WEF elite meets in Davos this month. Many of the topics revolve around how to rebuild Ukraine, and all the “right” investors will reserve their tickets on that 2023 gravy train. If 2022 was a profitable US/NATO/EU/UK military and logistics laundry and boondoggle in Ukraine, 2023 is looking to be an even bigger operation. Quadrillions will be spent – as time runs out on the dollar and dollar-pegged currencies.