The Economist suggests that the Ukraine war may become a long-lasting conflict with little territorial change. It warns of a potential forever war of attrition, with Ukraine focusing on defense and the West increasing military assistance, which could lead to a dangerous and prolonged situation in Europe.
The Economist says we must prepare for a forever war in Ukraine
The latest edition of The Economist outlines what the next phase of the Ukraine war will look like.
So here’s what you need to know about the future of the conflict — straight from the mouth of the Western… pic.twitter.com/VoZDYhQZVg
— Thomas Fazi (@battleforeurope) September 22, 2023
Americans do not care about Ukraine/Russia when they are Already Struggling with Inflation and Getting Food on the Table
The US government propaganda machine bolsters up Ukraine and foreign affairs with Russia on a daily basis. It is a legalized brainwashing on the American people. Truly, the vast majority of Americans do not care about Ukraine.
What Americans actually care about is not having their tax-paying money sent over to a nation that provides nothing in return to the average America. Americans are also struggling with increased costs over many common goods, store bought food and the housing market. Some people are barely getting by on their paychecks and bills. Mortgage rates have significantly increased. Credit card debt for the average American has reached an all-time high. On top of that education loans have now started back up for repayment since they were put on hold earlier during the pandemic.
But some would have you believe Ukraine comes first for the United States.
This could not be further from the truth.
Ukraine comes first for the New World Order and World Economic Forum in their global agenda.