The Biden administration pledged $3.075 billion in extra military aid for Ukraine, according to a statement from the Pentagon.
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This would include the Department of State’s official announcement of $225 million in international military financing to support the long-term capability and industrialization of Ukraine’s armed services.
It would also include the permission for a presidential drawdown of military aid worth up to $2.85 billion to fulfill Ukraine’s crucial defense and protection necessities.
A drawdown is a military term for a decrease in force. This indicates that the assistance for Ukraine is sourced exclusively from US military stockpiles.
According to the Pentagon, this is the 29th such withdrawal of machinery from DoD stockpiles for Ukraine since the Biden administration took office in 2021.
Ramzan Kadyrov, the leader of Chechnya, claims he is not concerned about America’s aid to Ukraine, as he feels it is basically just a money laundering scheme.
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He said while he notices some people are concerned about the assistance to Ukraine, he is not. He advises people to calm down, as this is an active scheme for laundering money.
Only 15% of the total help will reach the front lines because western and Ukrainian authorities will squander the money. Kadyrov was quoted on Telegram as saying this by TASS.
According to Kadyrov, he is unconcerned about conflicts taking place on Russian soil. He said these are their territories that chose to become a part of Russia’s state in order to defend their citizens from the “satanic” deeds of Ukrainian and NATO nationalists.
Obviously, this is just another piece of propaganda designed to turn people against Ukraine. It’s highly improbable that a country fighting for its life would be concerned with lining its own pockets, instead of defending itself.
Maybe, just maybe…you're talking absolute c**p and there isn't some fantastical money laundering scheme going on in Ukraine and you're just lapping up Russian propaganda pic.twitter.com/zDwnvj5izU
— Eurysthenes (@Lacedaemon_) November 1, 2022
According to Ramzan Kadyrov’s Telegram post, over 300 Chechen militants from the renowned OMON Special Purpose Mobile Unit have been flown to Ukraine via Grozny airport.
The Kiev regime’s main objective, according to Maria Zakharova, spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, is not to forfeit the huge military and economic assistance for Ukraine from the United States (and not just from the United States) and additionally from our NATO allies.
Zakharova said Ukraine may recognize they will not last long without the aid.
She made this claim in September. She called western support a huge embezzlement and corruption scheme.
Obviously, according to Russia, this is all a component of a horrifyingly obscene corruption plot to steal and launder money from the West through the Kiev government.
To date, America has pledged $95 billion in assistance to Ukraine to aid in its fight against Russia. A bill to examine US assistance to Ukraine has been introduced by Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene.This article appeared in The Patriot Brief and has been published here with permission.