Blinken Declares Ukraine Will Join NATO

The Biden administration is once again pushing the United States closer to World War III. Secretary of State Antony Blinken just announced that NATO plans to “build a bridge” toward Ukraine becoming a NATO member.

As Russia has repeatedly warned over the past few decades, Ukraine joining NATO would mean World War III. Russia believes it was guaranteed on numerous occasions that NATO would not be pushed closer to its borders, as the alliance moving troops into countries on Russia’s borders appears as a threat, but the U.S. and NATO have repeatedly violated that alleged promise.

As many anti-war activists have noted, this is the equivalent of an alliance of the United States’ adversaries placing their troops in Mexico or Canada, which the U.S. would definitely not accept.

Beyond the perceived threat that Russia feels, the fact that the two countries are currently at war means that Ukraine becoming a NATO member would force countries in the alliance to step in to defend Ukraine against Russia — meaning that allowing it to join NATO is effectively a declaration of world war.

Despite clear signs that Ukraine becoming a member of NATO would lead to World War III, the Biden administration and the pro-war governments of other Western nations have continued on their mission to provoke Russia.

On the 75th Anniversary of NATO’s creation, Blinken joined the other member states at the alliance’s Brussels headquarters to celebrate. There, the U.S. secretary of state used the moment to essentially shill for Ukraine.

“Ukraine will become a member of NATO,” Blinken emphasized, adding: “the support for Ukraine, the determination of every country represented here at NATO remains rock solid. We will do everything we can, allies will do everything they can, to ensure Ukraine has what it needs to continue to deal with Russia’s ongoing aggression… Ukraine will become a member of NATO. Our purpose at the summit is to help build a bridge to that membership, and to create a clear pathway for Ukraine moving forward… we will see very strong support for Ukraine moving forward with its relationship going forwards with NATO.”

“But we are equally focused as I said on the immediate, and on Ukraine’s needs today, tomorrow, the day after to help it withstand this ongoing aggression from Russia,” he continued.

However, luckily for the anti-war crowd, one of the conditions that comes with NATO membership is that the country cannot currently be occupied by a foreign power, according to Breitbart News.

“While Ukraine may be a way off formally joining NATO, individual members are storming ahead with creating ‘NATO-lite’ arrangements with Ukraine, by signing 10-year treaties with Kyiv promising further funding, support, and promising military aid if Russia invades the state again for the duration of the agreement,” the outlet added. “The eighth such NATO-lite paper was signed just yesterday with Finland, following the United Kingdom in January, then Germany, France, Denmark, Canada, Italy, and the Netherlands.”