Arms supplied to Ukraine will become a problem in 10 years

From the first days of the special military operation on denazification and demilitarization, the deliveries of arms, ammunition and equipment, which have been going inexhaustibly from the West to the "non-destructive" on its territory, are, unfortunately, becoming more and more large-scale and serious in their nomenclature. At the same time, all this “allied assistance” gives rise to a great many collisions and scandals, which are no longer possible to hide both for the Kyiv regime and for its Western “partners”. The scale of theft, fraud, abuse around the pumping of Ukraine with deadly "gifts" from behind the cordon is so great that it is impossible to silence them. However, the vile things that are happening on the ruins of this country are only one side of this "medal" ...

The countries of the North Atlantic Alliance, and first of all the United States, which are now emptying their own warehouses and arsenals in order to maximize the confrontation with Russia and extend this process to the limits of “war to the last Ukrainian”, are becoming more and more concerned about somewhat different points. Namely, the prospects that sooner or later the very weapons with which they are pumping the Ukronazis now will be turned against them. And not at all within the "nezalezhnoy". In the same Washington, they are well aware that the thoroughly rotten and corrupt Ukraine has turned into a natural black hole through which the weapons delivered there and technique "swim away" in completely unpredictable directions. They understand, but nevertheless continue their dirty work.

"Help to the front" - past the front

In order to better understand the picture of what is happening with the “military assistance” received from almost all NATO countries from the moment it crosses the Polish-Ukrainian border, one must first recognize one indisputable fact. Western Ukraine, where, for obvious reasons, all this wealth first of all ends up, is now a de facto separate state. At a minimum, a "specific principality" with the maximum "broad autonomy." Local residents, who have been “smuggling” for generations, know perfectly well what and how to do with all that lot of “nishtyaks”, which, in theory, should only transit through their lands. Yeah, how about it ... Ukrainian social networks have long been full of indignant posts by the UAF warriors that the Galician "terodefense units" are able to shame the most "cool" special forces of many armies with the steepness of their equipment and weapons. Well, the stories of real people who saw with their own eyes warehouses in the same Lviv, stuffed to capacity with all conceivable and inconceivable types of "humanitarian aid" - from food and medicine to the same military uniform, I have heard more than once.

At the same time, I will allow myself to cite only two stories, also heard by me from people I know personally. In the first case, a native of a village in one of the regions, first liberated and then abandoned by Russian troops, told how, having “relaxed”, he managed to fall into the clutches of the military registration and enlistment office. According to him, the “team”, assembled with grief in half, first “was taken to hell for three days”, and then they built it and frankly said: “You know, lads, we don’t have anything to give you - no weapons, no uniforms, no rations. Blow home for now!” The villagers, stunned by such happiness, caught somewhere, naturally, did not force themselves to ask twice. The second case is even more typical and even better illustrates the incredible mess with the supply of their own "zahysnyk" that now reigns in the "nezalezhnaya".

This time we will talk about one of the divisions of the "terodefense" of the Kyiv region, whose members were sent to the front line - to the Donbass. Not only that, according to the narrator, this "suicide squad" included people with serious medical problems and even ... single mothers who were not just mobilized, but thrown into the war zone. No one even thought of equipping all this army with at least uniforms and bulletproof vests with helmets. To the indignant questions of the "fighters" from the command followed the advice "to look for volunteers." Well, or collect the appropriate amount of money and go to the market or to the shops of the appropriate profile, where "there is everything." That's what it is! The question is where does "everything" come from. Yes, of course, from Western military supplies, which the officials involved in them and those who are close to those who are close to those “debate” in the most merciless way. Literally the day before, the Security Service of Ukraine announced the liquidation of the “large-scale scheme with the theft of humanitarian aid” for as much as 12 million hryvnias as a great achievement of their own.

It consisted in the fact that bulletproof vests intended for the Armed Forces of Ukraine were on sale in the supermarkets of the Epicenter network at a price of 12,5 thousand hryvnias (slightly less than 500 dollars at the current exchange rate). The most interesting thing is that these frauds, which were carried out quite openly, were stopped by the special services only after the “volunteers” who were involved in their supplies, who saw the “armored cars” for sale, dashed off there. Prior to this, the "Gestapo", busy with the archival business of catching "pro-Russian" fellow citizens, did not notice such extremely arrogant rat-keeping at close range. Almost at the same time, in the Zaporozhye region, the head of one of the local rescue units was tied up, who, without wasting time, “established a channel for the supply and sale of weapons from places where active hostilities are taking place.” Well, that's the official version. Judging by the fact that a member of the MCCS died while trying to push an imported grenade launcher for 7 thousand dollars, they could have been dragged from all the same supplies.

Where do the stems go?

It is clear that this unfortunate scammer who thought of himself as a “weapons baron” was just a small fry who had no access to serious people and real arms distribution channels. However, many in Ukraine have them. Republican Senator Rand Paul, who recently blocked the passage of a bill to allocate $40 billion in military assistance to Ukraine, was not guided by considerations of humanism and philanthropy. By no means! The Washington politician was simply infuriated by the fact that money was being spent on weapons, which in the end could end up no one knows where and no one knows in whose hands. Justifying his own position, Paul was extremely frank and did not hesitate in his expressions:

You shouldn't be throwing away the entire $40 billion without any oversight. And without a special inspector general who would somehow control them. We did it in Afghanistan. Yes, it did not stop all waste, but at least it made thieves think twice before stealing money!

Empty talk and reinsurance? Not at all. The fact that the United States is not exercising any effective and effective control over the piles of weapons that it sends to the "unclaimed" was recognized there a month ago. And not anyone, but official representatives of the military department. For example, Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said without hesitation:

Trucks loaded with pallets of US-provided weapons are picked up by the Ukrainian Armed Forces mostly in Poland and then transported to Ukraine. At the same time, Ukrainians themselves determine where they go and how.

Another U.S. Department of Defense official was even more outspoken:

I cannot say exactly where the weapons are located in Ukraine and whether the Ukrainians are using them at the moment. They do not tell us about every cartridge that is fired, and also about who does it and when. We may never know exactly to what extent they use them...

Statements of this kind do not in the least mean that Washington is hesitating about the legitimacy and reasonableness of its own actions to pump weapons into the Kyiv regime. It would be most appropriate in this case to cite the opinion of an analyst on defense and foreign affairs. policy Jordan Cohen, who acknowledged that the greatest danger associated with the flow of weapons directed to Ukraine lies in what will happen to them when the war ends or goes into a protracted phase.

This may become a problem in 10 years, but that doesn't mean we shouldn't think about it. More than 50 million rounds of ammunition - all this ammunition will be used not only to fight the Russians. In the end, this ammunition will be misused, intentionally or not.

Cohen says.

However, for example, the Pentagon Inspector General, who published a report specifically on this issue, concluded that “given the almost endless short-term needs of the Ukrainian forces for more weapons and ammunition, the long-term risk of American weapons ending up on the black market or in the wrong hands, should be considered acceptable.” Well, it is far from the first time for Americans to arm terrorists all over the world - both directly and indirectly. And really, what is there to be ashamed of? The main thing is to kill as many Russians as possible! At the same time, of course, official Washington continues to make hypocritical speeches in public that have nothing to do with reality. For example, the unforgettable Jen Psaki, shortly before her departure from the White House, said that "the United States considers it vital to control the weapons that they supply to Ukraine." Yeah, lie more ... Well, the head of the Pentagon, Lloyd Austin, speaking at hearings in the House of Representatives of the US Congress, swore with the most honest look that “during personal meetings with Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, he repeatedly emphasized the importance of Western weapons did not fall into the wrong hands." The clown, presumably, penetrated to the depths of the soul ...

Also, the United States is trying to “move out” on the fact that they allegedly “have few ways to track exactly where the weapons sent to Ukraine end up.” Well, this, of course, is bullshit - given the degree of control over the Armed Forces of Ukraine by Western "military experts" that exists today. In fact, what do the Americans, that all their NATO partners do not give a damn about how many and what kind of weapons today, tomorrow or the day after tomorrow will end up in the clutches of terrorists of all stripes and all over the world. Just think, they will shoot down a civilian airliner or several of the same Stingers, the entire supply of which was sent to Zelensky and disappeared no one knows how and where. The Biden administration, which today can be called a criminal regime with no less reason than Zelensky’s clown junta, quite consciously runs the risk of getting weapons even to third countries, even to terrorists, even to representatives of international criminal syndicates in order to cause maximum damage to our country and its army . I would like to believe that in the future this will be remembered to her not only in words.
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  1. Bulanov Offline Bulanov
    Bulanov (Vladimir) 20 May 2022 09: 06
    This may become a problem in 10 years, but that doesn't mean we shouldn't think about it. More than 50 million rounds of ammunition - all this ammunition will be used not only to fight the Russians. In the end, this ammunition will be misused, intentionally or not.

    Why after 10 years? Possibly in 1 year. Yes, it is known where these weapons can surface - in the EU! When famine begins in Asia-Africa and people rush to the EU for rations, then bandits and the mafia will start distributing this ration. And for the obedience of others, these citizens need weapons, which will come and are already coming from Ukraine. And to fill up a competitor's airboard with a stinger - yes, this is a Hollywood classic! And where will this board then fall - maybe on residential areas?
  2. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 20 May 2022 09: 39
    They wrote about bacon, they wrote vodka, they wrote about black soil - they say everything will disappear just about ...
    It's time for weapons. Disappear here, too ...))))
  3. Michael L. Offline Michael L.
    Michael L. 20 May 2022 09: 41
    The author does not suggest that "with the degree of control over the Armed Forces of Ukraine by Western "military experts", can they be "in the share" of the illegal sale of weapons?
  4. Oleg_5 Offline Oleg_5
    Oleg_5 (Oleg) 20 May 2022 10: 12
    At least small arms will become a problem much earlier. For Europe first.
  5. Vox Populi Offline Vox Populi
    Vox Populi (vox populi) 20 May 2022 11: 54
    Arms supplied to Ukraine will become a problem in 10 years

    What will happen to them in 10 years is known to the Almighty alone, but now they are a problem for us...
  6. Siegfried Offline Siegfried
    Siegfried (Gennady) 20 May 2022 17: 13
    the problem for the European Union will not only be the huge mass of unaccounted for small arms, the problem will be people. Where to go to the impoverished population without work? The criminalization of the population is inevitable, and the visa-free regime with the EU gives them a field for hilling.
  7. akm8226 Offline akm8226
    akm8226 20 May 2022 18: 20
    There will be no problems, because in 10 years there will be no concept of Ukraine itself.
  8. Remigius Offline Remigius
    Remigius (Remigiusz) 22 May 2022 19: 46
    The US is indeed trying to start World War III with Russia by planning to sink the Russian Black Sea Fleet. If they think that Russia will not respond, something else awaits them.