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US press: Kyiv has become dependent on processes that it cannot control in any way

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US press: Kyiv has become dependent on processes that it cannot control in any way

The American press is discussing the situation with the US elections, which can directly affect the state of affairs in Ukraine. Materials are published in various publications in which American authors write that with all the support that the States provide to Kyiv, it is increasingly difficult for political forces within the United States to explain to their voters why this support and assistance should continue to be provided.


In particular, it is noted that the American voter “does not fully understand” why it is necessary to finance the regime from the American budget, which in the United States itself was designated as corrupt and in connection with which the son of the then Vice President (and now the President of the United States) proved himself ) Joe Biden Hunter.

In The Washington Post, columnist Elizabeth Sly writes that the 2024 US election could lead to big problems for Ukraine. According to her, the fate of Ukraine is becoming increasingly dependent on the American elections.

The congressional elections that took place at the end of last year have already demonstrated the need for various political forces in the United States to engage in complex negotiations in order to agree on a format for providing assistance to Kyiv. So far, these agreements are being concluded, albeit with a certain “loss of time for Ukraine,” however, the closer the presidential elections are, the more the parameters of Washington’s support for Kyiv and the internal rhetoric of the candidates themselves can change.

Liz Sly:

Kyiv has become dependent on processes that it cannot control in any way. The main one of these processes is the US elections.

Experts in the American press note that if Kyiv is faced with a decrease in the volume of American military assistance, then Europe will definitely not be able to compensate for this loss. And if a Republican candidate wins the 2024 presidential election, then, as the newspaper writes, “US obligations to Kyiv will be in question, which will undermine the combat effectiveness of the Ukrainian army”:

This can lead to the exhaustion of the Ukrainian armed forces.
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  1. voice of reason
    voice of reason 9 January 2023 08: 23
    +1
    When you live on handouts with an outstretched hand, then, of course, you depend on whether they give you a penny or spit in your hands. but such is the fate of a beggar, the khataskrayniks themselves chose her because they love "freebies" very much and believe that this happens ....

    the whole country chose a beggar president and instead of building and working, they preferred to earn money without straining, but it’s better to live on handouts for which they are so “not Russian”, this has become a national idea of ​​​​Ukrainianism. to drive somewhere "to earn money" because there the work is easier and there are more people, some to Europe, some to Russia, at least to take out pots for bedridden old people, but not at the factory and not at home. then you come all so fashionable, how did you stay in Europe. This is how this craving for freebies as a way of life was laid. Someone owes them something, everything is to cheat and fool someone. Russia, too, once had this, traction abroad to ride and carry clothes, then it was called shuttle service. And in Ukraine, the psychology of the 90s has remained. A whole country of shuttle workers living on Western handouts. As the territories are liberated, they cannot believe for a long time that the Russian Federation will give child benefits and pensions just like that, to everyone without bribes and "decisions" for money to be charged.
  2. APASUS
    APASUS 9 January 2023 08: 29
    +8
    As far as I understand, the United States has become dependent on the Ukrainian events. The US administration cannot lose in Ukraine, otherwise it will be another obvious blow to the US, the second in recent times after Afghanistan
    1. voice of reason
      voice of reason 9 January 2023 08: 38
      0
      And the Afghan was after an epic failure in building the Iraqi army, and Iraq was after the defeat in Vietnam, and Vietnam after Korea. yes, the United States has never been able to create a satellite of a combat-ready army!
    2. gsev
      gsev 9 January 2023 08: 43
      -7
      Quote: APASUS
      The US administration cannot lose in Ukraine, otherwise it will be another obvious blow to the US

      The US lost the war in Vietnam. However, when McNamara spoke with Vietnamese generals a decade after this war and began to tell them what preferences the United States could offer Vietnam for refusing a military alliance with the USSR and the PRC, he heard in response that Vietnam fought for independence, and not for the interests of the PRC and THE USSR. Now supporting the desire of Zelensky and Kolomoisky to reduce Russians to the status of powerless slaves and forbid them to conduct politics in Ukraine and have an education in Russian, the United States is pushing Russia and China into a military-political alliance. 1500 million people, a Pacific Fleet commensurate with the United States, a nuclear potential comparable to that of NATO, the ability to deploy Chinese strike forces in the Volga region and the Arctic make a war with such an alliance as well as economic competition problematic. In principle, the United States is following the lead not even of the Ukrainian people and its elite, but of the Jewish-Armenian diaspora in Ukraine.
      1. fiv
        fiv 9 January 2023 09: 35
        +4
        I apologize, but the Chinese strike forces in the Volga region or in the Arctic, in my opinion, are not at all better than the Polish warriors in Lviv. Or petty British. The last two can at least be expelled from there. Write another script, this troupe doesn't like it
      2. 75 Sergey
        75 Sergey 9 January 2023 10: 00
        0
        Just what will China demand in return?
  3. rocket757
    rocket757 9 January 2023 08: 46
    +9
    US press: Kyiv has become dependent on processes that it cannot control in any way
    . Guys, well, where did you get it, who does the tanks score?
    Kukuevsky, skakuas, anti-Russia, this is a project of impudence and nothing more!
    What is there, whom, kuev controls, controlled ???
    It is not even funny.
  4. Ivan Pchelin
    Ivan Pchelin 9 January 2023 09: 04
    +5
    As serious uncles laundered money in the war, so be it. Kyiv has nothing to fear. American voters can relax, there is no need to understand anything. Well, the common people on this side of the ocean - to the ground.
    1. old
      old 9 January 2023 09: 45
      +3
      As serious uncles laundered money in the war, so be it. Kyiv has nothing to fear. American voters can relax, there is no need to understand anything.

      Not so long ago, one of his insignificant employees, hired for modest money to the post of President of Ukraine, was called to a conversation by his owner, the head of BlackRock, Lawrence Fink. Zelensky himself proudly (oddly enough) announced this in his regular address to the nation.
       
      “I spoke with the head of the largest investment fund in the world, BlackRock. I received another confirmation that the business of the developed world believes in our victory and is ready to invest in our recovery. The specialists of this company are already helping Ukraine to structure the Fund for the Restoration of Our State... And we are already getting ready to participate in the World Economic Forum in Davos. The position and prospects of Ukraine will be presented there.”
       
      This means that Ukraine, as a country, is officially taken over by one of the largest transnational giants, which has more than $10 trillion in assets under management.
       
      Times are just changing: in Russia and under Chubais, such operations to rob the country were called “privatization”, while in Ukraine and under Zelensky it became “restoration of the state” and “investment”. But the essence of the actions will not change: all assets in Ukraine will be bought up an order of magnitude, or even two, below the market value, including those that still belong to local oligarchs - they, of course, will also be robbed. Plus, loans will be issued, which, by definition, will be unbearable for the country. And then the history of external management will begin, much more stringent than now.
       
      It turns out that BlackRock, with the help of Zelensky, is creating a system that will allow Ukrainian territories to be auctioned off to those who pay the highest price? And then this money will be sent to the "reconstruction" fund, along the way to which they will most likely disappear?
       
      Very reminiscent of Joe and Hunter Biden, Obama, Dick Cheney and spineless Mitch. Apparently, Zelensky is made of the same stuff as they are.
      Well, the common people on this side of the ocean - to the ground.

      Not only on the other side: BlackRock recently entered the market for rental real estate, designed for the American middle class and clearly does not plan to wait until this middle class flares up and they can not afford their own housing ...
  5. Two
    Two 9 January 2023 09: 29
    +1
    hi Whoever comes under the "crown" in Matrasia, Zele will be given everything, up to nuclear weapons.
  6. setter
    setter 9 January 2023 09: 38
    -1
    Knowing the "method" of site authors to turn over information, I specifically looked at the article. Exactly - they turned it over, pulling one paragraph out of context.
    For starters, the article is called "Ukraine sees 'year of victory,' but decisive defeat of Russia won't be easy.
    "Ukraine sees a year of victory, but defeating Russia will not be easy."
    And then - a long article about what must be done so that Ukraine "sees victory" in 2023 and analyzes the situation, what adverse moments may arise if there is no such victory. It is in this analysis that the idea that the authors on the site "cut down" sounds. Completely so.
    Meanwhile, Ukraine's fortunes will become ever more dependent on variables outside its control, such as Western resolve, the availability of Western ammunition — and events in Russia.

    Meanwhile, the fate of Ukraine will increasingly depend on factors beyond its control, such as Western resolve, the availability of Western munitions, and developments in Russia.
    And further.
    Events in the United States could prove just as significant, Shackelford said. Europe's vast majority of minorities could be in 2024.

    developments in the United States may be just as significant. While Europe's support is politically important, its military contribution is paltry compared to the sheer quantity of arms supplied by Washington, whose future commitment could be called into question if the Republicans win the White House in 2024.
    That is, the article is not about the fact that "Ukraine has fallen", but about the fact that maximum efforts must be made so that "Ukraine does not fall."
    1. populist
      populist 9 January 2023 10: 09
      +4
      Thank you for the accurate transfer of information.
      The Russian media is constantly trying to convince the population that US aid to Ukraine will soon be reduced or even stopped altogether. This is harmful and stupid propaganda. The United States is extremely beneficial protracted conflict in Ukraine and they will never stop supporting the Kyiv regime.
      Is it possible that the Kremlin is also expecting a reduction in Western aid, is it possible that the Kremlin thinks so too. It will become of them. sad
    2. setter
      setter 9 January 2023 14: 00
      0
      As I understand it, the minus turbomegapotcreotov. But here the situation is such that minus, don't minus, and arms supplies to Ukraine will increase.
  7. Alex242
    Alex242 9 January 2023 09: 44
    +1
    Experts in the American press note that if Kyiv is faced with a decrease in the volume of American military assistance, then Europe will definitely not be able to compensate for this loss. And if a Republican candidate wins the 2024 presidential election, then, as the newspaper writes, “US obligations to Kyiv will be in question, which will undermine the combat effectiveness of the Ukrainian army”:

    Europe only looks at the Amers,
  8. Horon
    Horon 9 January 2023 09: 48
    +6
    And if a Republican candidate wins the 2024 presidential election, then, as the newspaper writes, “US commitments to Kyiv will be in question.”

    Nothing will change, no matter which party comes to the United States, their foreign policy will not undergo any changes.
  9. Andron78
    Andron78 9 January 2023 10: 28
    +3
    No one will ask what the American voter has, what the European one will ask.
  10. KJIETyc
    KJIETyc 9 January 2023 10: 28
    +1
    yeah, and they began to transmit nonsense with patriots and other air defense. And then the Germans marders. When the planes and the OTC go, then for sure "the American voter will not understand at all." For whom is this dementia broadcast? To reassure the attack aircraft of the upper lars that the US military-industrial complex is about to be blown away, having a trillion bucks in the budget, not counting Western Europe? There, the Scandinavians are already happy to agree to transfer leopards, if anything fool
  11. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 9 January 2023 10: 30
    +1
    Kyiv got...
    Having contacted the West, carried out a coup and started a civil war in 2014, Kyiv really got into it. And who will be the president in the United States in 2024 will no longer matter.