Since the start of the Russia-Ukraine conflict, neocons have been drooling over the possibility of yet another war that involves the United States and they have continued to push America closer and closer to a World War.
Wyoming Republican Rep. Liz Cheney, the daughter of Dick Cheney – ex Vice President of the U.S, who balked America into a war with Iraq that lasted two decades at a huge cost to Americans – said that there should be a “red line” for the Russian-Ukrainian war, that would see the United States intervening.
Cheney argued that the “red line” she wants, should absolutely be the use of chemical weapons against the Ukrainian people by Russia – ironic considering the U.S has been busted funding biological laboratories that research and develop biological and chemical weapons, that are located right next to Russia’s border with Ukraine.
The Rep. showed her love of war, during an interview with NBC’s Chuck Todd, when she insisted on this “red line,” totally ignoring the efforts at least being attempted by the Biden administration, who do not want to have a direct hand in the war, as doing so could and probably would, trigger World War III.
“I think that we in the West, the United States and NATO – we need to stop telling the Russians what we won’t do,” she said. “We need to be very clear that we are considering all options, that the use of chemical weapons is certainly something that would alter our calculations.”
Linda Thomas-Greenfield, from Washington’s United Nations, said that the United States would “respond aggressively” to the use of chemical weapons, but didn’t go as far to say that armed intervention would be involved if that happened.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, warned that any involvement could spark a much larger, deadlier war.
Stoltenberg argued that “any use of chemical weapons would be a blatant and brutal violation of international law,” he added: “we need to act in a way that prevents this conflict” from becoming “a full fledged war between NATO and Russia in Europe, and also potentially involving, of course, the United States directly.”
Meanwhile, Moscow is demanding answers about the involvement of the Ukraine government in having a Pentagon-backed bioweapons program in Ukraine.
Despite the Russian military producing evidence of such activity, which outlined the weapons program, including research into infecting wild birds that migrate into Russia from Ukraine, with a virus.
Thomas-Greenfield, however, told the UN Security Council that foreign bioweapon initiatives were not supported by Washington. The White House instead keeps hinting that Russia will stage a “false flag” attack using chemical and biological weapons.
The White House made similar claims in February, stating that the Russians would release a “fake video” of an attack by Ukraine that would lay the foundation for an invasion.
The video never happened, instead, the Russians sent in troops, and Putin said the purpose was to “demilitarize” and “denazify” Ukraine, demanding that the country declare itself neutral and make a promise to never join NATO.
Ukraine denied that they had been trying to take back republics by force and insisted that the Russian invasion was completely unprovoked.
The fact that Ukraine is harboring U.S-backed bioweapons labs, however, would speak to the contrary.