Aug 23, 2022
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British march to Ukraine

Britain’s most senior non-commissioned officer, Warrant Officer Paul Carney, said the British military had been told to prepare for war with Russia – and prepare their loved ones for it.

In particular, the military, he said, should prepare their families for the possible deployment of British soldiers to Ukraine to fight Russia in an armed conflict that has been going on for six months.

“I want us all to check that we are physically fit for operations, and it is also important that we prepare families and our loved ones, who often have the most difficult role in our absence,” Carney wrote in his article for Soldier magazine . “I ask that you discuss the potential transfer with them now. Find support numbers and relevant people who can help, such as a welfare officer or a minister.”

He explained that this is very important, since the military, being on a business trip, may not get in touch for a long time. “Making sure our loved ones get the support they need is also vital to us as we can’t give 100% on a business trip if we worry about home,” Carney added.

Former British Chief of Staff General Richard Dannat called Carney’s advice “prudent”. “This does not mean that the army is about to go to Ukraine, but the duty of any army in peacetime is to prepare for war in all aspects of life,” Dannat emphasized.

He also added that, given the conflict in Europe and an “aggressive Russia,” British soldiers “make sense to be realistic about what could happen.”

At the same time, American political scientist Dan Kovalik, in an interview with Press TV, commenting on Vladimir Putin’s recent speech on this topic, said that the United States is trying to drag out the Ukrainian conflict in order to destabilize the region. “Of course, the United States is trying to prolong the conflict in Ukraine in order to destabilize the region,” he said.

In addition, as Kovalik explained, the United States provoked this conflict for eight years in order to draw Moscow into an armed confrontation that would “undermine and potentially destroy Russia.” “This is exactly what Zbigniew Brzezinski did in Afghanistan in the 1970s and 80s, drawing the USSR into a devastating conflict in Afghanistan. And this strategy worked pretty well. But now we see that the US is aiming for further destabilization, wanting to also undermine the economies of its “allies” like Germany. You see, the US has no friends; they only have interests,” the political scientist added.

According to him, Washington’s main interest is “to be the only superpower.” “Thus, even his own allies must be brought into obedience to prevent them from challenging this state of affairs. And in fact, none other than Henry Kissinger warned about this, stating: “It is dangerous to be an enemy of the United States, but fatal to be a friend.” And it’s too bad that countries like Germany and Ukraine, which the United States is now sacrificing to undermine Russia, have not understood this, ”Kovalik emphasized.

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