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Back in the USSR
Siegfried Barazov
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March 8, 2022, 5:31 a.m.
The war in Ukraine the most manufactured conflict I've seen since the invasion of Iraq in 2003. The US engineered a violent coup in 2014 in order to secure its own strategic interests in Eastern Europe and it has never allowed for any peaceful settlement or genuine de-escalation since then. For the past two months we've seen the United States government deliberately escalating tensions, preparing people for war via the most insane media blitz I've ever seen, while rejecting Russian diplomatic overtures and sabotaging every attempt at dialogue between Russia and Ukraine. Now it is dumping more guns and military hardware in Ukraine instead of facilitating peace talks, just like it did in Syria. This is not an inter-imperialist conflict between rival empires. This is an example of a global superpower manipulating two neighboring countries into fighting one another by rendering peace impossible. The US is effectively using the Ukrainian people as cannon fodder against Russia and it's absolutely sickening.
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