United States ruler Joe Biden has taken to fear-mongering in order to get other rulers to pass a $111 billion national security spending package. On Wednesday, Biden spewed propaganda to Congress claiming Russia might try to attack a NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) country.
Biden claimed that Russia could launch an attack on NATO that could trigger a global conflict involving American troops. “If Putin takes Ukraine, he won’t stop there,” Biden argued. “If Putin attacks a NATO ally…, well, we’ve committed as a NATO member that we’d defend every inch of NATO territory,” he stated, adding that Washington would like to avert this kind of a stand-off because it could result in “American troops fighting Russian troops.”
According to a report by RT, the bill Biden wants the ruling class to pass is a Democrat-backed bill including funding for Ukraine Israel, and Taiwan. Biden also lashed out at Republicans – who have refused to support his bill due to disputes over security at the southern US border – claiming they “are willing to give [Russian President Vladimir] Putin the greatest gift he could hope for.”
The republican faction of the ruling class remained unconvinced by the president’s comments. They ended up blocking the spending package in the Senate, with a final vote of 49 in favor and 51 against. The measure was opposed by all GOP rulers, as well as independent Senator Bernie Sanders, who normally votes with Democrats. Sanders expressed concerns about Israel’s military strategy in the conflict with Hamas. Democratic Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer also voted “no” in order to have a chance to reintroduce the package later.
Russia’s ruling class dismissed the comments as “provocative rhetoric” coming from the master of the U.S. plantation. Moscow’s ambassador to Washington Anatoly Antonov, commented on Biden’s remarks about a potential clash between Russia and NATO, and suggested that “such bogeyman stories are fabricated in order to justify to taxpayers and sober-minded political forces the huge expenses for ‘containing’ the Russian Federation.”
Washington’s fantasies about a potential stand-off with Russia show that “[US] authorities have finally lost touch with reality,” he added. “This kind of provocative rhetoric is unacceptable for a responsible nuclear state.”