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The claim of an “imminent” invasion of Ukraine has been endlessly repeated by the US administration and parroted by the media. In his speech on Tuesday, Joe Biden was forced to acknowledge that there had been no Russian attack. At the same time, he stepped up the threats against Russia.

Joe Biden’s speech consisted of hypocrisy, lies and warmongering from beginning to end. To quote just a few passages:

Joe Biden began his remarks by saying, “From the beginning of this crisis, I have been clear: the United States is prepared no matter what happens.”

Does “no matter what” include nuclear war? How exactly is the US “prepared” for this possible catastrophe? The phrase “no matter what happens” can only mean that Biden and his advisers have not thought through the potentially catastrophic consequences of their provocations and threats.

After noting the withdrawal of Russian military units from positions near the Ukrainian border, Biden responded not with an attempt at de-escalation but with an intensification of war rhetoric. He said:

We will not sacrifice fundamental principles. Nations have a right to sovereignty and territorial integrity. They can chart their course and choose with whom they will align.

Since when is the sovereignty of other nations a “fundamental principle” of the United States? If one had to list all the violations of the USA against the “sovereignty and territorial integrity” of other countries, one would need quite a few pages. Suffice it to cite the most egregious examples of the last 25 years:

  • In 1992, immediately after the dissolution of the Soviet Union, the United States and Germany recognised Croatia as an independent country, which initiated the disintegration of Yugoslavia and triggered a bloody civil war that cost thousands of lives.
  • In 1999, the United States bombed Serbia for 78 days to enforce the secession of Kosovo. The former part of Serbia turned into the mini-state of Kosovo under a government run by criminal drug barons.
    In 2003, the United States invaded Iraq. The pretext was the false claim that Iraq was developing “weapons of mass destruction”. Over a million Iraqis were killed, and US-backed militias hung Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. The United States and its allies tortured and murdered thousands of prisoners, including at the notorious Abu Ghraib prison, where US soldiers posed for photos while sexually humiliating prisoners.
  • In 2011, the United States armed Islamist terrorist forces overthrew the Libyan government and tortured, abused and murdered the president.
  • From 2014 to the present, the United States has been arming and funding IS-affiliated terrorists in Syria who are fighting to overthrow the Syrian government. They have even stationed US troops on Syrian soil in violation of Syrian sovereignty. The Democrats justified the arming of the terrorist forces by the US by claiming that the Syrian government had used chemical weapons against the population. On the other hand, Trump stated bluntly that their mission was to “get the oil”.
  • In 2019, the United States assassinated Iranian General Qasem Soleimani at Baghdad International Airport as he paid an official diplomatic visit to Iraq on behalf of the Iranian government.
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