In light of the Russian-Ukrainian war, there is a lot of talk about European-American inaction towards Ukraine, amid calls for military intervention by countries, or at least to curb the Russian war machine.
Some went far with their analyzes that a world war might start, and that the lava of Russian-Ukrainian fire might reach Western countries.
In this context, sources close to Washington confirm that no American soldier is ready to die on lands outside America, and America does not have the right to intervene militarily in any war, but its role in calming is very important, and Washington has enough experience to manage wars in the way it sees appropriate.
The sources stress to the “Sawt Beirut International” website that it is incorrect to say that Washington is watching the killing of civilians in Ukraine, or that it is not helping.
Although the US administration did not send its soldiers to Ukraine, it is fighting Russian President Vladimir Putin and his army at the lowest possible cost. And with pnly 1% of the weapons it sent to Ukraine, it is capable of causing great damage to the Russian army.
Sources say that the Russian economy is on the verge of a catastrophe due to the sanctions that Washington and Western countries have imposed. This is a lethal weapon that the US administration uses to tighten the noose around Putin and defeat him without the death of any American soldier.
The sources indicate that there are more severe sanctions on the way to implementation, and the issue of finding an alternative energy for Russia is under discussion. This frees America and the Western countries from the grip of Putin, who thought that the world needed him and invaded Ukraine, just as Putin’s military calculations failed as a result of the Ukrainian resistance and his supply of weapons.
As for the countries of the West, the sources indicate that there is a rally around Ukraine, its president Volodymyr Zelensky, and its people. This surprised Putin, who believed that an invasion of Ukraine would be like an invasion of Georgia, Chechnya, and Crimea. He did not expect this broad global solidarity with Ukraine.