Watch the Interview with Douglas Macgregor,
A former colonel in the US Army and military advisor to Donald Trump.
We caught up with Douglas Macgregor, Col. (ret.) in Virginia, where we asked him this burning question: What is the truth about the war in Ukraine? What is really happening there and does this policy of supporting the continuing war make any sense?
A decorated combat veteran and former advisor to the Secretary of Defense under President Trump, Doug is a personal friend and a true patriot, who – faithful to the American spirit- isn’t afraid to say it like it is to your face.
Why has America has overextended itself into so many foreign wars? Is this good for the USA? Why are we fighting with China over Taiwan, with Russia over Ukraine? And why are we inserting ourselves in the affairs of countless other nations, all the while neglecting our own citizens at home? Macgregor addresses this madness.
The war in Ukraine, Macgregor points out, has taken a hard toll on Ukraine’s population.
Ukraine had a population of 90 million in the 1990s.
After the revolts fomented by Soros and the CIA in
2004 and 2014, the population dropped to
33 million. Now with this war, it has sunk to 18 million.
It is time to discuss the purpose this war is serving? Is it helping Ukrainians? With an estimated nine Ukrainian soldiers being killed for each dead Russian soldier, we must question the rationale of this conflict. Why does the Zelensky government persist in sending their own young men to their certain death? Are these the actions of a leader who cares for his people?
If he doesn’t obliterate the current generation of Ukrainian men, Zelensky is sure to shackle their grandchildren with the debt the war will produce. All military support for Ukraine is actually loans at an interest to Ukraine. This debt entrapment Zelensky is placing his country in as he destroys it will ensure even more corruption, far into the future, in what is already one of the most corrupt countries.
A little backstory of the Ukraine saga:
The current president of Ukraine, Zelensky, was installed in power by a Ukrainian-Israeli billionaire named Ihor Kolomoisky, who cast the actor as the star of a TV show he funded called Servant of the People. In the program, Zelensky plays a baby-faced, ultra-sincere schoolteacher who wins the Ukrainian presidency by accident when his students crowdfund his candidacy without his knowledge. (One can watch the show, which is rather entertaining, on Netflix.) Kolomoisky then funded a political party of the same name, Servant of the People, and placed Zelensky as the real president of Ukraine. The character Zelensky plays in the show is a high moralistic “fighter of corruption”, a motto tag line he habitually repeats as the real president of Ukraine.
I visited Ukraine during the election and can tell you everyone over 30 years old thought the whole charade was a disgrace to the country, while those under 30 naively supported Zelensky. Suspicions swirl whether Kolomoisky isn’t a lieutenant for larger bankers in the food chain, pulling the strings of world affairs.
But what purpose does the war serve? If we follow the money as to the economic effects of this war, we observe it has produced a sharp antagonism between Western Europe and the primary supplier of oil and gas that fuels their economy: Russia. The conflict didn’t stop the flow, but simply made the price skyrocket, crippling Western Europe.
This coincided with the detonation of the Nord Stream pipeline as documented by Seymore Hersh. Oddly enough, last fall Western European governments unleashed an elaborate marketing campaign to “get ready for a cold winter.” It sounds like the plan for a Net Zero economy, ie. Zero Growth, is shaping up quiet well! Poverty rather than prosperity seems to be the policy objective. But was this all planned?
Watch this 2019 interview where Oleksiy Arestovych, a senior advisor to Zelensky, casually said that they would provoke a Russian invasion that would lead to the devastation of Ukraine. This makes one wonder if Zelensky isn’t purposefully sabotaging his own country on behalf of the bigger fish that control him, with the intent of further economically devastating Western Europe.
With Western European politicians seemingly deadset on sinking their own nations in unison in this senseless war, one thing is sure: tons of money is being made in this mess by a select few, while the people suffer. Once the war is over, more money will be made by international banks to rebuild the mess they made to begin with!
How long are people going to allow their politicians to sabotage the countries they claim to represent?
As Douglas Macgregor concludes, it is time we stop funding death abroad and focus on life at home.