USA: The administration of President Joe Biden is attempting to buy more allies for the United States through generous military aid packages and membership in military alliances before it starts a world war with Russia.
This was according to InfoWars host Owen Shroyer, who spoke about the matter during an episode of “War Room.”
“We’re at war and Russia is the enemy,” said Shroyer. “We’re at war, no vote in Congress, no announcement, just ‘We’re at war with Russia.’”
Shroyer is referencing a speech in the House of Representatives made by Democratic House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer of Maryland, who claimed that the Republican Party should not criticize the Biden administration during wartime.
“It is unfortunate that in a time of war, we spend all the time blaming our own president,” said Hoyer. “It is unfortunate that when the Europeans put themselves over the objections of numerous administrations in a place where they had a dependence on Russia, Russia has no leverage over us. I wish we’d get off this and really focus on the enemy … I know there’s a lot of politics here, but we’re at war.” (Related: It is only a question of time before British and American troops are sent to Ukraine.)
Shroyer pointed out that one of the main ways the U.S. is attempting to shore up support for a war with Russia is through generous military aid packages.
Ukraine is the most well-known recipient of U.S. military aid. The Senate has recently approved a $40 billion aid package, which comes in addition to the $13.6 billion the U.S. has already spent on emergency assistance to the country.
But Ukraine is not the only recipient of U.S. military aid. In 2020, the top 10 recipients of military aid received over $9.3 billion. The top 10 recipients that year accounted for 77 percent of U.S. foreign military aid. This calculation also does not include the $5 billion in aid granted to Israel for its missile defense.
NATO membership for Finland a “war guarantee”
Another way the U.S. is attempting to shore up support for an eventual world war is through the expansion of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). Biden recently said that NATO has an “open door” policy, and has welcomed Sweden and Finland, which are currently applying for membership.
“NATO membership means the world’s strongest power, the United States, under Article 5 of NATO, would go to war against Russia, should it cross Finland’s border,” wrote Patrick J. Buchanan for the Ron Paul Institute. “Nervous about Russian President Vladimir Putin’s intentions, Finland wants America legally and morally bound to fight Russia on its behalf, should Putin invade Finland as he invaded Ukraine.”
While Buchanan believes the U.S. military is the world’s strongest, Shroyer believes otherwise simply because if Biden were to wield the military against Russia, the American people would wholeheartedly object.
“They know they’re all going to lose – the American people hate them, the world hates them,” said Shroyer. “So their only hope now is to buy off the rest of these countries.”
Buchanan himself doesn’t see any good reason for the U.S. to defend Finland against Russia.
“Finland is not Alaska; it is not Canada; it is 5,000 miles away,” he wrote. “And no one ever asserted during the Cold War, or for the decades since, that Finland was a U.S. vital interest. Why, then, would we consent, in advance, to go to war with Russia over Finland?”
Learn more about the possibility of world war at WWIII.news.
Watch this video as Owen Shroyer breaks down how the Biden administration is attempting to buy more allies before starting a world war with Russia.
by: Arsenio Toledo
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