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Neocon Iraq war architect Eliot A Cohen last week called for the US to send suicide drones to Ukraine to foment an "insurgency" and it only took one week for Congress and the Biden regime to follow through.
From Politico, "U.S. sending Switchblade drones to Ukraine in $800 million package":
The U.S. will send 100 Switchblade drones to Ukraine as part of the Biden administration's new $800 million weapons package, Texas Rep. Mike McCaul, the top Republican on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, told POLITICO.
The Switchblade is a small, light drone that can loiter in the air for up to 30 minutes before being directed to its target by an operator on the ground, dozens of miles away. The drone is launched from a tube, like a mortar shell. Its real-time GPS guidance allows a service member in the field to fly it until the moment it crashes and explodes into whatever the target might be.On Monday, Cohen openly announced on Twitter the DC regime is using Ukraine to wage a proxy war against Russia.
"The United States and its NATO allies are engaged in a proxy war with Russia," Cohen said. "They are supplying thousands of munitions and hopefully doing much else -- sharing intelligence, for example -- with the intent of killing Russian soldiers."
"To break the will of Russia and free Ukraine from conquest and subjugation, many Russian soldiers have to flee, surrender, or die, and the more and faster the better," he said.
Cohen said we should be willing to risk nuclear war because "Nuclear deterrence cuts both ways."
"Nuclear weapons are why the United States should refrain from attacking Russia directly, not why it should fear fighting Russians in a country they invaded," he said. "Only a few years ago, the United States Air Force killed Russian Wagner mercenaries by the hundreds in Syria; American and Russian pilots tangled in the skies over Korea and possibly Vietnam. Nuclear deterrence cuts both ways, and the Russian leadership knows it. Vladimir Putin and those around him are ill-informed but not mad, and the use of nuclear weapons would threaten their very survival."
Cohen continued: "Instead of talk of off-ramps, for example, there should be promises of war-crimes trials (names included) for those who kidnap mayors, shoot at fleeing civilians, and target maternity hospitals; instead of worry about escalation, there should be promises of the eradication of the Russian army in Ukraine should it use chemical weapons. Instead of carefully titrated military aid, there should be a massive effort to arm people who know why they are fighting and are good at it."
Neocons should be put on planes to Ukraine and sent to the frontlines.
[Header image from New America, CC BY 2.0, Cropped]
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