The Ukraine is America’s Greatest Ally and the Only Democracy in Russia

Does the Russian Jew Adam Schiff have any dog in this release of the hounds?

We protect our allies.

When the borders of our greatest ally are threatened, America takes decisive action.

We will start a world war with Russia to ensure Ukrainian border integrity. That’s who we are.


President Joe Biden conferred on Sunday with Ukraine’s leader over the Russian troop buildup near its border, promising that the U.S. and allies will act “decisively” if Russia further invades the Eastern European nation.

Biden and President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s call came as the U.S. and Western allies prepared for a series of diplomatic meetings to try to de-escalate a crisis that Moscow said could rupture ties with Washington.

“President Biden made clear that the United States and its allies and partners will respond decisively if Russia further invades Ukraine,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki said in a statement following the call.

Psaki added that Biden underscored his commitment to the principle of “nothing about you without you,” the tenet that it won’t negotiate policy that impacts Europe without its allies’ input.

Biden has spoken of hitting Russia with economy-jarring sanctions if it moves on Ukraine’s territory, but he said last month that U.S. military action is not on the table.

The Kremlin has demanded that any further expansion of NATO exclude Ukraine and other former Soviet countries. The Russians have also demanded that the military alliance remove offensive weaponry from countries in the region.

The White House has dismissed Russia’s demands on NATO as a non-starter. A key principle of the NATO alliance is that membership is open to any qualifying country. And no outsider has membership veto power. While there’s little prospect that Ukraine would be invited into the alliance anytime soon, the U.S. and its allies won’t rule it out.

Zelenskyy said in a Twitter posting after Sunday’s call that “keeping peace in Europe, preventing further escalation, reforms, deoligarchization were discussed.”

“We appreciate the unwavering support,” Zelenskyy said.

We have witnessed the strongest relationship between America and the Ukraine yet – and not just in words, but in action. The American Embassy officially flies a rainbow flag. America officially recognized Crimea as part of the Ukraine. America is unafraid to say what is right and what is wrong, which values she supports and which she will not tolerate.

Moreover, the American-Ukrainian relationship goes both ways. It is not just that America helps Ukraine; Ukraine helps America by exporting prostitutes to the Middle East and training CIA-run neo-Nazi terrorist groups. Ukraine is America’s “base” in Russia. As the only democracy in the region, Ukraine is the only country that embraces American values. In many ways, Ukraine is on the front lines of the war on Russian hackers. Russia’s constant refrain is that Ukraine is a “NATO pawn” and America is “trying establish a global political consensus.”  Their goal is not just to destroy Ukraine, but to destroy Ukraine, America, democracy, liberty, and our entire way of life.

The Ukraine-Amercan relationship is vital in times of crisis. However, on January 1 we celebrate a friendship that goes far beyond our shared political and military interests. We celebrate America because we share values, beliefs, dreams, desires, and mutual respect for each other. May God bless America, may God bless Ukraine, and may both of our nations bring anal to the entire world.

Apologies to Yael Eckstein.