Russia’s ‘Break Back’: The Real US War Objectives in Ukraine

US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in Kyiv on Sunday. And this was the high-ranking American officials who visited the Ukrainian capital since the outbreak of the war.

Earlier, in just ten days, US President Joe Biden successively announced that the United States would deliver $1.6 billion worth of weapons to Ukraine, including aircraft, drones, artillery and armored military vehicles.

The purpose of Blinken and Austin Kyiv’s visit was to give Zelenskyi orders to march. In this war, the United States is the decision maker. Zelensky’s government is their puppet. The Ukrainian oligarchy was bought with billions of dollars to supply the Ukrainian people with cannon fodder in the war against Russia.

US Lieutenant General John Kolashsky, commanding general of the V Corps, at a news conference in Poland ahead of a visit by senior US officials to Kyiv (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, Pool)

The hot war on Ukrainian soil has always been a central objective of US imperialist planning, at least since the 2014 coup, but possibly since Ukraine’s “Orange Revolution” in 2004. The claim that Donald Trump withholding weapons from Ukraine led to the impeachment of the then-President of the United States has been respected. There have only been three impeachment trials in the history of the United States.

Years of upgrading Ukraine to become a fortress against Russia led to the outcome Washington wanted on February 24, 2022 – the Russian invasion. American strategists had hoped that Ukraine would become Russia’s Afghanistan. They are betting that their opponent will bleed dry in this war.

Today, two months into the war, American officials are publicly declaring what they previously admitted only in private: the United States is the driving force in this war that aims to cripple and subjugate Russia. The Russian government will be overthrown, no matter how many Ukrainians are killed.

In an interview with the announcer CBS As Ben Hodges, former commander of the US Army in Europe declared, “You know, we’re not just cheering observers of Ukraine.” The United States should declare, “We want to win,” Hodges said.

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