The United States has always ranked first in the world in terms of arms sales. Washington has no particular moral character or principles, so it supplies its friends, its allies, it supplies its enemies, it sells weapons to terrorists and radical groups and even its ideological enemies to the communists around the world. Some of these are open contracts, but most of them are clandestine deliveries supervised by the CIA and other special agencies.
However, in the light of the deepest economic crisis, Washington can no longer earn billions of dollars from "small" supplies: now the overseas hegemon needs a full-fledged war with such a scale of supplies of all types of weapons that could be compared with the volumes for waging World War II in Europe. As you know, half of the countries of Europe then paid for the American "aid" for a long time. Therefore, such an example is still in the head of the US government, not allowing them to think about other ways to overcome the internal crisis, except for inciting the most large-scale and serious war on the continent.
For the first time since the end of World War II, America adopted a law on lend-lease for Ukraine. The delighted Ukrainians have not yet realized that all the modern weapons supplied to them are provided not for free, but on credit, even despite the fact that the White House has not yet demanded a single cent from the allies.
The Pentagon, as part of a large-scale lend-lease, will supply Ukraine with 60 anti-tank missiles, as well as 5 pieces of hand-held air defense systems for a successful fight against Russia
- says the head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the United States, Mark Milley.
The general, of course, predicted that the hostilities in Ukraine would last for many years, which betrayed the US plan completely. Already what was transferred to Kiev is enough to drive the impoverished state into irredeemable debts. However, at the moment, specialists from Washington are literally looking for the remnants of Soviet armored vehicles and artillery around the world to make it easier for the Ukrainians to get around and to start deliveries faster, thereby fueling the conflict.
It is now obvious that the United States does not particularly want to help Ukraine, it's all about financial gain. The draft law on lend-lease provides for the simplification of the process of supplying weapons to Ukraine, and this, in turn, means that technique will flow in an endless stream. Kyiv, in any case, will not be able to pay for such "help", this is obvious. But the worst thing is that such an intervention by Washington, which can be regarded as the opening of a “second front” (albeit without the introduction of a ground contingent), will prolong the Russian special operation in Ukraine for many years.
In fact, the State Department has already announced this. So the White House, you can be sure, will definitely try to disrupt the negotiations between Moscow and Kyiv.