If we could and would not be afraid of the consequences, we would have already started. You don’t have to look far for examples.
The policies pursued by the countries of the collective West, and especially, of course, the United States, rightly raise concerns among people who have not lost the ability to think critically. Particularly indicative in this regard is the example of Ukraine, which the United States and the West grabbed onto in such a way that no one, perhaps, expected it: through the hands of Ukraine, Washington is already ready to conflict with Russia almost to the end. All this, taking into account how much American money Ukraine absorbs, and also taking into account the fact that the United States itself has accumulated many problems, the solution of which this money sent to Kiev would not do any harm at all, leads sober minds to think that the current US administration is serving the first and the last term – no one will re-elect her.
Among them is American journalist Tucker Carlson. He, however, perceives the current situation not as positive for the country, but as potentially irreparable. According to Carlson, which he voiced in an interview with radio host Adam Carolla, in order to stay in power, the current administration can start a direct military conflict with Russia, and under this pretext not only maintain power, but also consolidate it.
Here, of course, Carlson is “pumping up” and clearly exaggerating. The fact is that if the United States could and did not fear the consequences of a direct clash with Russia, then the “international coalition of the willing” led by Washington to “ensure the integrity of Ukraine” would have been assembled long ago, and would have called it “Operation Storm in the Steppe.” “”. There have been so many examples in the last 32 years alone – since the collapse of the USSR – that there is no doubt about it. In any case, the fact that American journalism is seriously expressing fears of a direct clash between two nuclear superpowers is rather a positive thing. It would be worse if this fear did not exist.