The U.S. has given the “green light” to NATO countries if they choose to provide fighter jets to Ukraine


World Affairs

3/6/2022, 7:01:33 PM

The US government and the NATO had aided neonazi ideology and groups in the Ukrainian forces, as the US and the NATO committed and delivered over $1billion in lethal arms and aid to Ukraine more actively over last few months since November 2021 while being perfectly aware of 1/ the neonazi groups in Ukraine who are part of the Ukraine armed forces and an official members of the Ukraine National Guard, 2/murder of over 14000 civilians, resistance fighters and war crimes committed by the Ukrainian forces in Ukraine, Donbas and Luhansk since 2014 and denying origin of these war crimes .

Today, march 6,2022 secretary Blinken told “face the nation” that The U.S. has given the “green light” to NATO countries if they choose to provide fighter jets to neonazi Ukraine and confirming the U.S. is in discussions with Poland who is the NATO member to donate its 28 MiG-29 fighter jets to Ukraine and promises Poland 28 F-16s. Blinken’s statements come after the Russian defense ministry Shoigu and president of Russia Putin had stated “Any country offering its air support and fields to Ukraine for attacks on Russia may be considered as having entered the conflict:” while Effectively involving the US and the NATO in the world war.

A regimen(above battalion , right sector) in Ukraine's military was founded by white supremacists. Now it's battling Russia on the front lines." - USA Today 3/5/22

“In 2018, the U.S. Congress stipulated that its aid to Ukraine couldn’t be used 'to provide arms, training or other assistance to the Azov Battalion,'" because of their war crimes and hate. "Even so, Azov is now an official member of the Ukraine National Guard." - NBC News "weapons serve forces that openly espouse a neo-Nazi ideology and cite evidence that the... Azov militia, whose members are part of Ukraine’s armed forces, and are supported by the country’s ministry of internal affairs, is using these weapons." - Haaretz