Much of it looks like this already, of course: scenes of French/Belgium wasteland in World War I:
It’s not without growing opposition to the Leftists, however. According to the NY Times: “Mr. Zelensky’s visit [this week] came as polls have shown a growing weariness over the war among the American public, and as dozens of Republicans say they are opposed to Mr. Biden’s latest request to Congress for $US 24 billion for additional ‘aid’ for Ukraine. Mr Biden has bucked Republican concerns, pledging that the United States — by far the largest military funder of Ukraine among its Western allies — will stay with Kyiv for the long haul.”
It’s a winning game of destruction for the Democrat National Committee’s funders: the armaments industry needs an ongoing customer for their products and the more that get destroyed in Joe’s war, the more the orders from the Pentagon are assured. Mega-rich vulture capitalists like BlackRock are already seeking contracts for “reconstructing Ukraine” after it resembles the pictures above and most Ukrainians are dead or have fled. See this post
It’s been good business for Russian armaments manufacturers, too: According to Russian News Agency Tass: “The production of key types of military equipment has more than doubled in Russia, Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin said in his opening remarks at a meeting of the government’s coordination council for meeting the needs of the Russian Armed Forces, other troops, military formations and bodies.
“Sophisticated production processes have been set up in an unprecedentedly tight timeframe. Our joint efforts are yielding results,” the prime minister said. “The output of sought-after items has multiplied. Over the first eight months it is higher than throughout all of last year, not just the corresponding period.”
“This is true for key types of military equipment, whose production has more than doubled,” the prime minister said.
“According to Mishustin, the same can be said about motor vehicles, communication systems, electronic warfare and reconnaissance equipment.”
from Summit News
US Senator Rand Paul slams corrupt Zelensky begging for more money
Senator Rand Paul doubled down on his staunch opposition to further funding for the war in Ukraine on Thursday, blasting the visiting President Zelensky as a leader of a corrupt regime “begging for more money.”
“It’s not even just going to armaments. You realize we’re funding the pension of their government workers and we complain about bloated government here. They’ve got bloated government and they’ve got corruption. And the American taxpayer, people are struggling in our country, are asked to fund it. I think it’s wrong. And I think most of the American people, frankly, are with me,” Paul said during a Fox Business interview.
Paul also noted that Zelensky has cancelled Democracy in the country.
“They’ve cancelled the elections. What kind of democracy has no election?” he noted, adding “next year, Zelensky said he’s not going to have an election because it would be inconvenient during the war and would be expensive.”
He continued, “if you don’t have elections, who in the world will be supporting a country that’s not a democracy? They’ve banned the political parties, they’ve invaded churches, they’ve arrested priests. So, no, it isn’t a democracy. It’s a corrupt regime.”
“We are about $1.5 trillion dollars in debt for this year. Over the last three months we’ve accumulated almost a trillion dollars in three months. The total is $33 trillion, so we don’t have like an extra rainy day fund or a surplus we can send them,” Paul said.