UkraineThe conflict in Ukraine, commonly referred to as the Ukraine War, has been ongoing since 2014. The international community and the globalists would like you to think it is a complex and multifaceted conflict that has had far-reaching consequences for the people of Ukraine, the region, and the world. In fact, it is quite simple. In this article, I will briefly explore the history and causes of the Ukraine War, the parties involved, the current state of the conflict and my prediction for the future of Ukraine.


Ukraine has been the center of conflict for hundreds of years. Ukraine, country located in eastern Europe, the second largest on the continent after Russia. The capital is Kyiv, located on the Dnieper River in north-central Ukraine.

A fully independent Ukraine emerged only late in the 20th century, after long periods of successive domination by Poland-Lithuania, Russia, and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (U.S.S.R.). Ukraine had experienced a brief period of independence in 1918–20, but portions of western Ukraine were ruled by Poland, Romania, and Czechoslovakia in the period between the two World Wars, and Ukraine thereafter became part of the Soviet Union as the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic (S.S.R.). When the Soviet Union began to unravel in 1990–91, the legislature of the Ukrainian S.S.R. declared sovereignty (July 16, 1990) and then outright independence (August 24, 1991), a move that was confirmed by popular approval in a plebiscite (December 1, 1991). With the dissolution of the U.S.S.R. in December 1991, Ukraine gained full independence. The country changed its official name to Ukraine, and it helped to found the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), an association of countries that were formerly republics of the Soviet Union.

The Ukraine War began in 2014, following months of political unrest in Ukraine. The crisis began when the pro-Russian President Viktor Yanukovych was ousted from power by mass protests in the capital city of Kiev. This was followed by the annexation of Crimea by Russia, which was condemned by the international community as a violation of Ukraine's sovereignty.

The conflict then escalated, with separatists in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions of Ukraine declaring independence and seeking to join Russia. These separatists were supported by Russian military and intelligence forces, which provided them with weapons, training, and logistical support.

Parties involved

The parties involved in the Ukraine War are numerous and complex. On one side, there is the Ukrainian government and military, which are supported by the United States and other Western countries. On the other side, there are the separatist forces in Donetsk and Luhansk, which are supported by Russia.
In addition to these primary actors, there are a number of other groups and actors involved in the conflict. These include paramilitary groups, criminal organizations, and international organizations such as the United Nations and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe.


The Ukraine War is rooted in a number of historical, political, and economic factors. One of the main causes of the conflict is the longstanding cultural and linguistic divide between the eastern and western regions of Ukraine. The east has a large Russian-speaking population, while the west is predominantly Ukrainian-speaking and has historically been more aligned with Western Europe.

Another factor contributing to the conflict is the economic ties between Ukraine and Russia. Ukraine is heavily dependent on Russia for energy supplies, and Russia has used this dependence as a tool to exert political influence over Ukraine.
The conflict has also been fueled by geopolitical tensions between Russia and the West. Russia sees Ukraine as a buffer zone between itself and NATO, and has sought to prevent Ukraine from joining Western institutions such as the European Union and NATO.

Current state of the conflict

As of 2023, the conflict in Ukraine remains ongoing, with sporadic fighting and ceasefire violations reported on a regular basis. The two sides have been engaged in a series of negotiations aimed at resolving the conflict, but so far these efforts have not been successful.

The conflict has had a devastating impact on the people of Ukraine, with thousands of deaths and widespread displacement. The ongoing instability in the region has also had broader implications for the international community, including increased tensions between Russia and the West.

What is mostly ignored by the international press is the corruption and brutality of the present Ukrainian leadership against it’s Russian speaking people. The corrupt Oil and Gas conglomerate Burisma has direct political ties to Washington DC with high profile and high paying board seats provided to the children of US politicians like Hunter Biden, Mitt Romney, Nancy Pelosi and the like. Illegal biological weapons facilities in Ukraine have violated international laws and the genocide against Russian speaking Ukrainians has gone vastly unreported in the international press.

From the outset of the so called “war,” Vladimir Putin and Russia has been portrayed as a modern-day Hitler who, unprovoked, attacked a “peaceful and helpless” Ukraine. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Ukraine, led by President Zelensky, but controlled by NATO and the United States, has been responsible for countless atrocities as well as biological weapons proliferation and economic corruption and in essence, money laundering for globalists and the military industrial complex.

To put it in terms Americans will understand, what NATO and the United States was doing, through Ukraine, was to build up weapons, biological warfare and military presence on the Russian border. For years, NATO, controlled by the United States, lied, reneged on promises, and blatantly thumbed their nose at Putin, virtually daring him to respond and protect his country and its Russian people living inside the political, yet artificially created Ukrainian border.

The goal of the globalists and NATO was obvious. They want war to cover the fact that their worldwide monetary system is failing. By “poking the Russian bear” they knew eventually Putin would respond like the proverbial bully who finally got hit back by the kid he was picking on.

It is wise to understand that Ukraine fighting Russia is the equivalent of Mexico fighting the United States. It is not a contest. The United States would destroy Mexico in short order, and Russia can destroy Ukraine in the same fashion. If Putin wanted to take over Ukraine, he could have done it already. But, he didn’t, because he doesn’t want to. He simply wants to protect his people inside Ukraine and protect his border against the tyrannical (and controlled by the USA) Ukrainian government led by the political Nazi, President Volodymyr Zelensky.

My prediction is that Ukraine will once again be an independent country, but it will be much smaller after Russia does what it needs to do to protect itself. Why do I say this? Here are some reasons:

  1. Europe doesn’t need Ukraine.
  2. The US doesn’t need Ukraine. (Except for illegal biological research and money laundering.) Eventually, Americans will want an end to the endless stream of money being sent overseas and demand their politicians focus on inflation and our own economic and social problems.
  3. Africa and Latin America don’t need Ukraine. The hundreds of millions spent by US on pointless fights in Ukraine, could finance many development programs for Latin American and African states.
  4. Asia doesn’t need Ukraine.
  5. Russia doesn’t need Ukraine. It is made up of the artificially cut territories, many of which are indigenously Russian, separated in the 20th century. Millions of Russians live there, who have been harassed for years by the Nazi Kiev regime. It is them who Putin defends. They don’t need or want Ukraine.
  6. Finally, its own citizens don’t need the Nazi-headed Ukraine. That’s why out of 45 million people there’re only some 20 million remaining.
  7. Nobody on this planet needs such a Ukraine. That’s why it will cease to exist as it is presently being led. It will emerge after the war much smaller and after the financial strings are cut from the United States and NATO, no longer ruled by the corrupt Nazi, President Volodymyr Zelensky.

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