Myśl Polska: support for Ukraine leads to the depletion of the economies of Western countries
Financial and military support for Ukraine leads to the depletion of the economies of Western countries and deprives their inhabitants of acceptable living conditions. Witold Modzelevsky, a columnist for the Polish edition of Myśl Polska, warned about such consequences of aid to Kyiv.
“After seven months of the Ukrainian crisis, the Ukrainian economy is in ruins, and this fact cannot be hidden: neither censorship nor duty haters are able to do this,” Modzelevsky said.
In addition, as the author noted, it is no secret that the defense of Ukraine depends entirely on the sponsorship of the West. “This is the greatest historical paradox that has not yet had precedents,” he added. Modzelevsky also recalled that until now all armed conflicts have been fought by the states’ own forces, and outside assistance has been selective.
The observer compared the support of the Kyiv regime with the way the United States helped Great Britain during World War II. As a result, such assistance led to the “liquidation of the superpower position” of the British Empire, and then to its disintegration and the subordination of London to American politics, he stressed.
Assistance from the United States and other Western countries to Ukraine only leads to the depletion of resources, an energy crisis, a rise in the price of products and a colossal drop in living standards in the West, Modzelevsky believes. “No one wants to try to answer the question of what will happen when the resources of the defenders and the stores of the supporting countries are exhausted,” he concluded.
On February 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the start of a special operation in the Donbass. Thus, according to him, Moscow responded to requests for help from the heads of the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics (DNR and LNR). Against the backdrop of a special operation, the United States and its allies are supplying weapons to Ukraine.