Biden drops sanctions — and another war happens GUYANA. Anything but drill our own oil.

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It’s getting to be as predictable as sunrise.

Joe Biden drops sanctions on some rogue regime to get hold of its oil — and then another country gets war rained down on it, attacked and invaded.

Anything but drill our own.

It seems to be happening for a third time during this Biden administration, this time with Guyana the victim.

The timelines for all of these incidents are remarkably precise. Start with the first one, from Europe, via CNN, dated July 21, 2021:

WashingtonCNN —
The US announced Wednesday that it has reached a deal with Germany that would allow completion of the controversial Nord Stream 2 pipeline opposed by the Biden administration as a “malign influence project” that Russia could use to gain leverage over European allies.

“While we remain opposed to the pipeline, we reached the judgment that sanctions would not stop its construction and risked undermining a critical alliance with Germany, as well as with the EU and other European allies,” a senior State Department official said Wednesday.

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The announcement is unlikely to end bitter divides over the pipeline, with US lawmakers condemning the agreement, Ukrainian officials immediately weighing in to say they are lodging diplomatic protests and even the US acknowledging their opposition to the project remains firm.

“I would just say emphatically that we still oppose Nord Stream 2, we still believe it’s a Russian geopolitical malign influence project, none of that has changed,” the senior official said.

Net beneficiary? Russia, which was subject of the opposition.

Less than a year later, via Wikipedia, we got this:

On 24 February 2022, Russia launched a military invasion of Ukraine in a steep escalation of the Russo-Ukrainian War. The campaign had been preceded by a Russian military buildup since early 2021 and numerous Russian demands for security measures and legal prohibitions against Ukraine joining NATO.

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Cause, effect. Too bad about Ukraine.

Here’s more from the timeline from CBS News, in a story dated Sept. 11, 2023:

Washington — The Biden administration has cleared the way for the eventual release of five American citizens detained in Iran by issuing a waiver for international banks to transfer $6 billion in frozen Iranian money from South Korea to Qatar without fear of U.S. sanctions. In addition, as part of the deal, the administration has agreed to release five Iranian citizens held in the United States.

What happened next?

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