Military Leaks Reveal What Biden Is Really Doing

According to classified US military papers revealed to the public, NATO maintains 97 special forces soldiers in Ukraine, including 14 American,¬†50 British, and 15 French forces, amid Russia’s military takeover of the nation.

Reports from British media outlets say the documents reportedly gave a sketchy picture of US military assessments of what was occurring in the Russo-Ukrainian conflict and showed the deployment of NATO personnel there as of March 1, 2023.

The “secret” designation on the documents indicates that they were first created for high US military officers. Daily reports on NATO military activities, logistics, weapon shipments, and Ukrainian military force training were included in the papers.

Additionally, it was revealed in the stolen documents that the special operations units may join NATO’s Special Forces Command, which is under the command of the military alliance’s special operations headquarters. The precise details of how the forces are structured, meanwhile, were not provided.

The Marine security detachment at the US Embassy in Kiev and military attaches made up the 29 American military forces deployed in the nation, according to Declassified UK, another British news source. The 14 US special operators in Ukraine were among them.

It also showed that, despite American officials’ assertions that no US military would be involved in the Russo-Ukrainian battle, 71 State Department employees were recorded as being present in Ukraine, bringing the total number of Americans in the nation to 100.

Although the US Special Forces come from two groups, the article claims that:

The British definition includes marines, paratroopers, and other groups in addition to the Special Air Service (SAS), including the Navy SEALs and the Delta Force.

British special forces, including the SAS, Special Reconnaissance Regiment,Special Boat Service, and a number of other covert military formations, like the 18 (UKSF) Signals Regiment, have also been reported as participating in the Russo-Ukrainian war.

In fact, there is a vested interest in attempting to destabilize Ukraine on the part of the Anglo-American national security apparatus. In order to maintain Russia’s full economic and political isolation from Europe, this axis intends to impose a “divide and rule” dynamic on the continent. Maintaining a balanced foreign policy that respects Russia and does not slavishly adhere to the directives emanating from London and Washington would be in the interests of Europe.

Such commitment will eventually result in the political and economic collapse of Europe.

Author: Steven Sinclaire


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