The moral turpitude of the West

Woody Brock  |  SED  |  30 March 2022

President Zelensky of Ukraine has finally called a spade a spade by designating the NATO allies as cowards. While the economic sanctions imposed upon Russia were very effective economically, the military assistance needed to prevent senseless bombing of civilians has been much too little too late.

Why have we witnessed four weeks of dithering by the allies on how to get needed military supplies to the border of Ukraine - MIG jets in particular, more stingers, and more armaments? The Ukraine made crystal clear what it needed week after week. How can the West have stood by and done so little?

The principal reason...

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