We declared war on Russia through Ukraine…

happening-2Well we did! We declared war on Russia through Ukraine. It is official, in writing and voted on and passed, the Resolution passed 348 for and 48 against. This is exactly what I have been say about America for years now and we have just witnessed a perfect scenario of, you get who you vote for, and you got a war with Russia…

I realize that you will only care when the missiles hit, on the home turf in America, but we don’t have to be pushing the lies like this. We have now covered up the lies, with an official sounding resolution, hope this makes you feel all warm and fuzzy, to accept the fact that we are getting ready to die. Unless we stop the warmongering, Administration of the U.S….

This is an official declaration of war against Russia by the USA. It can only be interpreted one way. That is the fact that the USA wants a war and nothing but a war with Russia. The only truth within this resolution is the fact that the U.S. is desperately trying to cover up its lies and games, by directing all resources against Russia. Don’t take my word for it. Read the PDF file and look it up on the internet and see that it is the actual fact PDF from the government of the USA…

Official PDF File of Resolution – (MAS_087_xml.friday)

I pulled the main words and text from the resolution, to make it easy to read…

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H. RES. ll
114TH CONGRESS
1ST SESSION

Calling on the President to provide Ukraine with military assistance to defend its sovereignty and territorial integrity.

IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Mr. ENGEL (for himself, Mr. ROYCE, Mr. SMITH of Washington, Mr. THORN-BERRY, Mr. SCHIFF, Mr. NUNES, Ms. KAPTUR, Mr. ROGERS of Ken-
tucky, Mr. LEVIN, Mr. FRELINGHUYSEN, and Mr. FITZPATRICK) submitted the following resolution; which was referred to the Committee on

resolution
Calling on the President to provide Ukraine with military assistance to defend its sovereignty and territorial integrity.

Whereas the existence of an independent, democratic, and prosperous Ukraine is in the national interest of the United States;

Whereas the Russian Federation under President Vladimir Putin has engaged in relentless political, economic, and military aggression to subvert the independence and violate the territorial integrity of Ukraine;

Whereas this aggression includes the illegal and forcible occupation of Crimea by Russian military and security forces;

Whereas this Russian aggression includes the establishment and control of violent separatist proxies in other areas of Ukraine, including arming them with lethal weapons and other materiel including tanks, artillery, and rockets that have enabled separatist militias to launch and sustain an insurrection that has resulted in over 6,000 dead, 15,000 wounded, and more than a million displaced persons;

Whereas military and security forces of the Russian Federation have been infiltrated into these areas of Ukraine and continue to provide direct combat support to the separatist groups in this conflict;

Whereas failure to stop this aggression by the Russian Federation against Ukraine, especially its unprovoked and armed intervention in a sovereign country, illegal and forcible occupation of its territory, and unilateral efforts to redraw the internationally-recognized borders of Ukraine undermines the foundation of the international order that was established and has been defended at great cost by the United States and its allies in the aftermath of World War II;

Whereas Russian aggression against Ukraine is but the most visible and recent manifestation of a revisionist Kremlin strategy to redraw international borders and impose its will on its neighbors, including NATO allies;

Whereas on September 18, 2014, President Petro Poroshenko addressed a Joint Meeting of Congress at which he thanked the United States for the military assistance it has provided to defend the freedom and territorial integrity of his country and asked for “both non-lethal and lethal” military assistance, stating that “one cannot win a war with blankets”;

Whereas the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Martin Dempsey stated on March 3, 2015, that “we should absolutely consider providing lethal aid” to Ukraine;

Whereas Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter stated on February 4, 2015, during his confirmation hearing that he is “very much inclined” toward providing Ukraine with weapons to defend itself;

Whereas Congress provided the President with the authorization and budgetary resources to provide Ukraine with military assistance to enhance its ability to defend its sovereign territory from the unprovoked and continuing aggression of the Russian Federation, including in the Ukraine Freedom Support Act of 2014, which was signed into law on December 18, 2014;

Whereas the Ukraine Freedom Support Act of 2014 specifically authorizes the provision of anti-armor weapons, crew-served weapons and ammunition, counter-artillery radars, fire control, range finder, and optical and guidance and control equipment, tactical troop-operated surveillance drones, and secure command and communications equipment;

Whereas even as it faces a massive military assault, Ukraine is confronting an economic crisis that requires both long term financial and technical assistance by the United States and the international community, especially the countries of the European Union and the International Monetary Fund, as well as fundamental economic and political reforms by the government of Ukraine;

Whereas the United States and its allies should provide assistance to support energy diversification and efficiency initiatives in Ukraine to lessen its vulnerability to coercion by the Russian Federation;

Whereas the United States and its allies should continue to work with Ukrainian officials to develop plans to increase energy production and efficiency in order to increase energy security beyond the short-term;

Whereas the United States, in close cooperation with international donors, has provided Ukraine with macro-economic assistance to boost Ukraine’s economy; and Whereas the United States and its allies need a long-term strategy to expose and challenge Vladimir Putin’s corruption and repression at home and his aggression abroad:

Now, therefore, be it

Resolved, That the House of Representatives strongly urges the President to fully and immediately exercise the  authorities provided by Congress to provide Ukraine with lethal defensive weapon systems to enhance the ability of the people of Ukraine to defend their sovereign territory from the unprovoked and continuing aggression of the Russian Federation.

In Gods name, are we seriously wanting to destroy the world. Seriously people are we going to sit and watch Kardashian ass and allow the US to kill us all. Think I am wrong, then you are the problem and you condone the lies, such as presented in the resolution passed above. Read the damn thing! Read it with open eyes and ask yourself question. Ask, “Why?” Ask, “Why are we pushing to war with Russia?” Then ask, “Why are we doing this, when Russia is not doing anything that is in the resolution?”

Ask, “What Russian aggression?” (Proof?)
Ask, “Why is Ukraine in the national interest of the US?” (Proof?)
Ask, “What weapons supplied by Russia?” (Proof?)
Ask, “What imposing on neighbors by Russia?” (Proof?)

Ask a thousand more and keep asking…

There should be endless questions asked over this resolution and no one should accept a word of this until proof positive is presented to allow the world to see the aggression by Russia. This is a true example of the instigator, trying to shift the blame to the pacifistic…

Tra la la boom di ay = The force of stupid neocons are and is strong in America…

Post by Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…

PS: The U.S. Congress needs a psychiatric check up; It’s safe to say that they are almost 100% sociopaths, psychopaths, child rapists, drunks, deviants, mentally challenged, and Satanic…

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