urgent.. "Scott Ritter" The West is accused of destroying Ukraine

William Scott Ritter, the United Nations weapons inspector in Iraq, from 1991 to 1998, accused the United States of America and Western countries of destroying the state of Ukraine.


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Scott Ritter said: Ukraine was destroyed. Look, Russia allowed Ukraine to exist, but this is in the past. When all this is over, there will be no Ukrainian state, and that is because of "Jake Sullivan", meaning Jake Sullivan, the US National Security Advisor.


Scott said it is Sullivan’s fault, it is Biden’s fault, and perhaps even Macron is to blame. Schultz is responsible, everyone who talked about transferring weapons is far away. The range to Ukraine will be guilty of this, because Russia has already made a decision – as Putin said, buffer zones will be created in this zone, the dimensions of which will correspond to the maximum distance that the best Western missiles are able to travel.


Scott Ritter continued: They will make sure that the missiles cannot reach Russian territory, and in this case, most of Ukraine will disappear from the map, all because of the weapons we transferred.


The United Nations weapons inspector in Iraq  from 1991 to 1998, who became the biggest critic of American policy, added: We are giving them weapons to save them," No, you give them weapons to ensure that nothing will remain in Ukraine when everything is over, that is the reality.



He pointed out that Jake Sullivan, trying to spin this whole thing, asserts that he’s like the captain of the Titanic, trying to make up an excuse for the appearance of an iceberg that blew a hole in the ship, and yes, all because you’re a bad captain who made a lot of bad decisions! Now he will blame global warming or dolphins’ influence on currents or something even more ridiculous instead of taking responsibility.

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