Allies Are Winning First World War by Proxy

Allies Are Winning the First World War by Proxy
Allies Are Winning the First World War by Proxy

With the defeat of the Russian army in parts of the Ukraine, the western allies are winning the first world war by proxy quite decisively. In fact, one has to wonder how Russia, a country of peasants, could have pulled such a decisive win during WWII. There is no way, as the world watches the collapse of Putin’s supposed modern army, that Russia could mount any serious threat to Europe except through total mobilization. Even then, it is quite doubtful because Russian know how in prosecuting modern warfare may never become a real threat to the west. Theirs is baked in stupor and narcosis.

Remember, Putin had 22 years to modernize his army with almost unlimited resources. What you see today is all he’s got to show for it. It’s almost like Putin’s armies fight with a Vodka bottle in one hand. Spoiled by sudden capitalism, but without any existent discipline.

Ukraine, a much smaller-than-Russia country of gritty fighters, not only arrived late to the party, but its military started training on the use of western weapons on the fly. This courageous country burst Putin’s balloon of empty air of military superiority. Hey Vladimir, Za tvoyo zdorov’ye!.

All of these western weapons have amplified the power of NATO against a Russian army drunk on Vodka.

ALLIES ARE WINNING THE FIRST WORLD WAR BY PROXY

Consider for a moment who is involved in this proxy war.

At its core, this war pegs the Russians invaders against the Ukrainian defenders. But in reality, this war is much more complex than what appears on the surface. While the soldiers are Ukrainians, the weapons come from most western allies like the United States, the UK, Germany, France, Italy, and even Canada.

On the other side is not only Russia, but Iran is supplying drones, North Korea is supplying munitions, and China is supplying electronic components and other aw materials. Belarus is stationing Russian troops and providing medical assistance to their injured. That’s the extent of the public information. More countries could be helping secretively.

This is the first world war by proxy involving some of the most developed and largest nations on earth.

Some of these western and NATO weapons are performing exceedingly well. Take the Turkish drone Bayraktar the Ukrainian army sings its praises with a real song. Or the U.S. HIMARS artillery weapon, which recently has demonstrated its capabilities by accurately destroying Russian targets deep inside occupied Ukrainian territories.

All of these western weapons have amplified the power of NATO against a Russian army drunk on Vodka. And it is highly probable NATO is going to enlarge its footprint to include Finland, which Russia shares an 800 miles borders with, and Sweden. For the allies, this form of containment of Putin’s violence has become an existential issue. No longer the loser ex-KGB officer will ever threaten anyone else in the near future. If ever.

Maybe the U.S. post WWII approach with regard to Germany and Japan is not the template we should apply across the board

RAPIDLY CHANGING NATO

The dynamics of a rapidly changing NATO, in addition to the posture of world communities condemning Putin, will have a deep impact on the world order. In the old days, globalism drove the political and diplomatic policies of the west; however, Russian aggression and encroachment may have dealt that passivity a deadly blow.

The west is learning that inviting old enemies to its developed economic club may not be in its best interest. As of 2022, there is almost a certainty the United States may be reviewing carefully its economic relations with China to adjust to a new reality.

Maybe the U.S. post WWII approach with regard to Germany and Japan is not the template we should apply across the board. Maybe, we should take each case on its own merit depending on who and what system governs a country. In short, it seems that dictatorships do not make the best economic partners. Russia is proving this theory to be true.

American lives could never be in danger again if we wage proxy wars against our enemies.

LET US NEVER RELY ON SANCTIONS ALONE

The fear the Obama Administration demonstrated amply in 2014 by refusing to assist Ukraine to defend herself properly from Putin’s invasion has no place in our history even though there was no Zelensky to help him grow some courage. Yes, Putin is slowly defeating himself with our help. However, U.S. history must paint the accuracy of Obama’s denialism and defeatism. Why? In order to prepare future U.S. Presidents to understand the value of its superior warfare machine.

Such is not happening in the media even though the allies are winning. No mention of Obama’s failures anywhere as the Ukraine war continues.

Let the sensible outcome of the first world war by proxy be a reminder that the United States should never set its policies based on fear and equivocation. If we cannot trust our military to wage a winning war against our enemies by coming to the aid of willing proxy countries, then let us cut the Pentagon budget to save our taxpayer trillions in the future.

The US proxy war against Russia should give doubters something to consider in any future conflicts. Drones, smart bombs, precise missiles, stealth technology, and foreign defenders have rendered modern warfare almost risk-free with regard to American lives. GI Joe sits in a trailer in the Nevada desert. After carrying his orders, he is off to eat a juicy hamburger at a mess hall on his base.

American lives could never be in danger again if we wage proxy wars against our enemies.

Allies Are Winning the First World War by Proxy

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