Guest Editorial: Sundance 

This is a positive first step and the first significant indication that Western propaganda around World War Reddit is failing. According to sources, U.S. and EU officials are gently beginning to talk to Ukraine government officials about what steps might need to be taken to end the Ukraine-Russia war. Obviously, for those who do not pretend, we all know the decision to end this conflict comes down to the USA telling Ukraine President Zelenskyy to open peace talks with Russia.

The EU-NATO alliance has recently started to show less interest in maintaining a U.S. proxy war against Russia and more open public statements that the status of a stalemate is unsustainable, given the amount of money, hardware, and political energy required to maintain it.

Additionally, Zelenskyy is running out of men to throw into the meat grinder; the troops and military leaders are defying his orders now.

Therefore, if the Biden administration (State Dept and CIA) concede to the reality, Zelenskyy will only have an alternative to talk to Russia about ending the conflict.

This is the baseline of non-pretending honesty that President Trump has been saying in his remarks about his ability to end the “killing and death” within 24 hours. The reality of the situation is not complex.

Ukraine pledges not to join NATO; the USA promises to not to use Ukraine as a proxy nation to conflict with Russia; the untrusting Russian government keeps part of Eastern Ukraine as a safety mechanism, and the war/bloodshed ends.

However, given the use of Ukraine as a financial mechanism for U.S. politicians to get rich, and given the financial stakes for multinationals like Blackrock, other financial considerations will play out in the background of any potential peace talks. In the end, just like in the beginning, it will all come down to money.

(NBC) – WASHINGTON — U.S. and European officials have begun quietly talking to the Ukrainian government about what possible peace negotiations with Russia might entail to end the war, according to one current senior U.S. official and one former senior U.S. official familiar with the discussions.

The conversations have included comprehensive outlines of what Ukraine might need to give up reaching a deal, the officials said. Some of the talks, which officials described as delicate, took place last month during a meeting of representatives from more than 50 nations supporting Ukraine, including NATO members, known as the Ukraine Defense Contact Group, the officials said.

The discussions are an acknowledgment of the dynamics militarily on the ground in Ukraine and politically in the U.S. and Europe, officials said.

They began amid concerns among U.S. and European officials that the war has reached a stalemate and about the ability to continue providing aid to Ukraine, officials said. Biden administration officials also are worried that Ukraine is running out of forces, while Russia has a seemingly endless supply, officials said. Ukraine is also struggling with recruiting and has recently seen public protests about some of President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s open-ended conscription requirements.

And there is unease in the U.S. government with how much less public attention the war in Ukraine has garnered since the Israel-Hamas war began nearly a month ago, the officials said. Officials fear the shift could make securing additional aid for Kyiv more difficult. Some U.S. military officials have privately begun using the term “stalemate” to describe the current battle in Ukraine, with some saying it may come down to which side can maintain a military force the longest. Neither side is making large strides on the battlefield, which some U.S. officials now call a war of inches. Officials also have privately said Ukraine likely only has until the end of the year or shortly after that before more urgent discussions about peace negotiations should begin. U.S. officials have shared their views on such a timeline with European allies, officials said.

“Any decisions about negotiations are up to Ukraine,” Adrienne Watson, spokesperson for the National Security Council, said in a statement. “We are focused on continuing to stand strongly in support of Ukraine as they defend their freedom and independence against Russian aggression.” An administration official also noted that the U.S. has participated with Ukraine in discussions of its peace summit framework. However, the White House “is unaware of any other conversations with Ukraine about negotiations at the moment.”

Ultimately the decision to end the Ukraine-Russia war is not up to Joe Biden.  At a certain point, the CIA and State Dept will tell him the cost-benefit analysis is no longer worth it, politicians are getting too many angry calls from Americans, and it’s time to end the conflict.

Biden will do what he’s told and read what is prepared for him while the people around him try to position the end of the Ukraine conflict to gain Joe Biden the Nobel Prize for peace. The political propaganda after a proxy war that NATO and Biden started is blatant.

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