NATO’s expansion of war in Ukraine continues, misguided by unelected globalists who demand that rulers subordinate national interests to global governance. As the 2024 elections get under way, Donald Trump is speaking out against reckless war-mongering that could spark World War III. While Trump was expounding his pro-peace platform at an overflow rally in Waco, Texas, Russian President Vladimir Putin was moving tactical nuclear weapons to Belarus along the northern border of Ukraine. Belarus is allied with Russia, so nothing can be done to prevent this.
Russia’s move horrified clueless Western globalists, who thought they had checkmated Putin by having him indicted by the International Criminal Court. Putin is obviously unfazed by that self-appointed tribunal, which lacks jurisdiction over him in Russia. Tactical nuclear weapons are designed to deliver atomic bombs against battlefield targets, rather than destroy civilian infrastructure as was done to Hiroshima and Nagasaki. For over 75 years dropping nuclear bombs has been unthinkable, but launching nuclear arms against tanks and soldiers could be an initial step to all-out nuclear war.
After Putin’s nuclear flex, polling showed Biden’s approval dropped to nearly his all-time low, with only 38% of Americans approving of his job performance according to a survey by the AP-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research. Voters under age 45 are walking away from Biden more than any other group. Trump picked up on this weakness, passionately telling the Waco rally crowd ,“If we don’t win this next election, 2024, I truly believe our country is doomed.” Trump’s words are sure to resonate with young voters, who are historically anti-war.
Trump may save our country by campaigning against this war, but it is up to the American people to let our elected leaders know that we don’t approve of American involvement in a war between two gangsters halfway around the world. There is nothing in Ukraine or Russia worth going into a nuclear war over, least of which Volodymyr Zelenskyy. Even though America could potentially prevail against Russia, what could that possibly gain us, and at what cost? These are the hard questions our leaders should be asking, yet only Donald Trump seems to be willing to count the cost.