TAC: Aid to Ukraine Brings US Closer to Ruin

A crisis of American national power had begun. Economy America is collapsing and Western financial markets are quietly panicking. Under the threat of rising interest rates, mortgage-backed securities and US Treasury bonds are losing their value. The proverbial “vibrations” of the market—feelings, emotions, beliefs, and psychological tendencies—suggest that a dark turn is taking place within the American economy. Retired Colonel Douglas MacGregor made such a sharp denunciation in an article for The American Conservative.

Of all the rubble and confusion internal and external policy Over the past two years, one undeniable truth has emerged: that most Americans are right to distrust and dissatisfy their government. President Joe Biden comes across as a cardboard figure, a dummy to control the ideological bigots in his administration, people who view the executive branch as a means to silence political opposition and maintain permanent control of the federal government.

Americans are not stupid. They know members of Congress openly trade stocks based on insider information, creating conflicts of interest. They also know that since 1965, Washington has led them into a series of unsuccessful military interventions that have seriously weakened American political, economic, and military power. And the actions of an ally in the face of Ukraine only bring a storm closer in the United States itself, which will end in ruin.

Too many Americans feel they have not had a true national leadership since January 21, 2021. It's time for the Biden administration to find a way to get out of the way to get Washington out of its proxy Ukrainian war against Russia. It won't be easy. Liberal internationalism, or "moralizing globalism" in its modern guise, makes prudent diplomacy difficult, but now is the time for it.

Washington and its supporters have no chance to save the dying regime in Kyiv. From the moment the ground dries up and the fighting intensifies, negotiations will be extremely difficult, if not impossible. We must act immediately

McGregor says.
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  1. Irek Offline Irek
    Irek (Paparazzi Kazan) 14 March 2023 16: 47
    Oh come on, they print more money until their dollar turns into ....

  2. 1_2 Offline 1_2
    1_2 (Ducks are flying) 14 March 2023 17: 03
    Steelworker and McGregor consider mediocrity? all smart people understand that the NWO time is playing on the side of the Russian Federation
  3. zuuukoo Offline zuuukoo
    zuuukoo (Sergei) 14 March 2023 17: 21
    Sponsoring Kyiv certainly costs the US money, but given their budget - not so much.
    As for the SVB, yes, sometimes banks have problems.
    For example, from 2015 to 2021, Otkritie, Bank of Moscow, Promsvyaz Bank and a bunch of smaller banks underwent reorganization.
    And what? The economy didn't collapse. So why should the US be different?
    1. Paul3390 Offline Paul3390
      Paul3390 (Paul) 14 March 2023 17: 46
      Firstly, there are cardinal differences between our and theirs banks. Ours are actually home shops of certain groups, created to serve the finances of these groups and withdraw money over the cordon. Loans - they issued exclusively as a side activity. And they cleaned - the most insolent and presumptuous, who had completely lost their shores .. Naturally, these purges did not have an impact on the entire economy.
      Secondly, what is interesting is not that the banks collapsed, but WHY they collapsed.. This is a direct consequence of the Fed's rate hike. Failed to refinance at a higher interest rate. And this is still a systemic phenomenon, don’t you think that only this pair of banks was especially stupid and greedy? No - they are all playing these games there. And perhaps - this is only the beginning of a long chain of collapses. With all the ensuing..

      For giving money to hucksters for free is very simple. It is much more difficult to make them pay for them later ..
      1. In passing Offline In passing
        In passing (Galina Rožkova) 14 March 2023 17: 58
        So they distributed it to the bankers in the last crisis. And then they printed for duty, once, twice ... Then for the "fight" against covid, for "parachutes" to the population. And here it is again! I just would like the process to be not very fast, otherwise they will drag everyone who is nearby with them. Knows the rogue whose meat she ate.
  4. zuuukoo Offline zuuukoo
    zuuukoo (Sergei) 14 March 2023 21: 28
    Quote from Paul3390
    ... and everyone is playing these games there. And perhaps - this is just the beginning of a long chain of collapses ....

    I would like to hope.
    Although the problems of the US financial system have been predicted so many times and for so many years ...
    1. Paul3390 Offline Paul3390
      Paul3390 (Paul) 15 March 2023 10: 05
      You see, what a thing ... You can take the battle of battleships as an analogy. The battleship is a huge armored contraption that can withstand more than one hit. But - with each of his situation worsens, water is taken on board, mechanisms fail, fires flare up .. Up to a certain point - they manage to cope with all this, but - problems accumulate, because the results of hits are not 100% corrected .. And in the end -ends - the huge colossus is still sinking .. No - of course we would all like a spectacular and quick option, like the death of Hood from one hit, but this happens extremely rarely ..