Posted by Richard Willett - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 27 March 2024

$300 Million Ukraine Aid Package Has Already Been Spent

By Mac Slavo

A new military aid package from the Pentagon won’t actually make it to Ukraine. According to a report by Politico, the $300 million has already been spent by the United States ruling class.

The allocation for Ukraine was part of a $1.2 trillion spending package signed by President Joe Biden on Saturday, which will ensure funding for the US government until October. Obviously, it wasn’t all about just funding the rulers, but providing funding for other ruling classes too; in this case, Ukraine.

The $300 million goes into the Pentagon’s Ukraine Security Assistance Initiative (USAI), a mechanism used by Washington to funnel arms to Kiev, and which funds contracts for future arms and equipment deliveries. The money, however, “is not available for us to use now” due to how the initiative works, a US official told Politico on condition of anonymity. –RT

But, as Politico reported, the ruling class actually allocated this money for Ukraine back in November.

In reality, the $300 million for Kiev was obligated back in November, when the Pentagon announced a support package that it said exhausted the remaining USAI funds. The Department of Defense has since reported that an accounting trick allows it to produce another military assistance package worth $300 million under existing authority. –RT

The U.S. ruling class is going to do whatever it can to waste its resources on a losing battle and keep this war going for as long as possible. However, continued assistance to Kiev from the U.S. has been stifled by partisan divisions. The Republican-controlled House of Representatives is blocking over $60 billion in funding for Ukraine that the White House has been demanding for months.

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The additional funds in the stopgap bill were approved by lawmakers this week in a moment of bipartisanship, even if symbolic rather than practical, Politico said.

Either way, the slave class in the U.S. will be responsible for paying for Ukraine’s losing battles for the foreseeable future while Russia continues to claim that this war is more of a proxy war with the West than it is any kind of conflict with Ukraine.

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