Does Ukraine's NATO Entry Mean A Terrifying Spiral Towards U.S. Nuclear Conflict With Russia?

By Alan Hume | Saturday, 06 April 2024 01:45 AM
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In a recent development, Secretary of State Tony Blinken has announced Ukraine's imminent entry into NATO.

This move is not without controversy, as Ukraine is widely recognized as Europe's most corrupt nation, with a reputation for authoritarian rule and a lack of democratic principles.

The implications of Ukraine's NATO membership are significant. Under Article 5 of the NATO treaty, an attack on one member is considered an attack on all, including the United States. This sentiment was echoed by David Sachs, who stated, “If you want nuclear war, vote Joe Biden in November.”

Russian President Vladimir Putin had previously issued a stern warning to the West during his annual "The State of Russia" address on March 2, 2024. Despite this, the Biden Administration appears to have disregarded Putin's cautionary message.

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In his address, Putin accused Western allies of planning attacks on Russian territory and discussing the deployment of NATO forces in Ukraine. He ominously reminded his audience of the fate of previous invaders, stating, “We remember the fate of those who sent their troop contingents to the territory of our country. Now the consequences for the potential invaders will be far more tragic.”

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Putin's two-hour speech, delivered to lawmakers and top officials, painted Western leaders as reckless and irresponsible. He warned that Russia also possesses weapons capable of striking Western targets, raising the specter of a nuclear conflict that could result in the destruction of civilization.

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This was not an impromptu statement from Putin. It was a carefully crafted message aimed at Biden and NATO leaders, delivered in the wake of French President Emmanuel Macron's ill-judged speech earlier in the week.

Macron had suggested that the deployment of Western troops in Ukraine was not off the table, as Russia's full-scale invasion enters its third year. He stated, “We will do everything needed so Russia cannot win the war,” following a meeting with over 20 European heads of state and government officials.

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Macron further added, “There’s no consensus today to send in an official, endorsed manner troops on the ground. But in terms of dynamics, nothing can be ruled out,” during a news conference at the Elysee presidential palace. This statement, coupled with Ukraine's impending NATO membership, signals a potentially volatile shift in the geopolitical landscape.

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