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WATCH: Are The Tables Turning? Ukraine Gets Bad News


Are we finally seeing a light at the end of the tunnel?

NATO’s proxy war in Ukraine, led by the Biden administration, has been an incredibly protracted conflict with no end in sight and a hefty financial cost to the Western nations funding Ukraine.

Americans overwhelmingly don’t want war, yet the uniparty in Washington has thrown its full weight behind the Eastern European nation.

However, that blind and unadulterated support may soon come to an end—both in America and in the international community.

Recent developments cannot be ignored and indicate that Ukraine is likely on its way out as the darling of globalist and Washington elites.

Poland’s President recently came out to announce that the country will no longer be providing military aid to Ukraine, likening the country to a ‘drowning man.’

It cannot be stressed enough that Poland was among Ukraine’s most stalwart allies—now that this ally has abandoned the country, it begs the question: are we finally starting to see the end of this conflict?

Charlie Kirk explained the Polish President’s position: “Poland, once Ukraine’s most vocal ally in Europe and the nation that hosts more Ukrainian refugees than any other nation, is stopping all weapon transfers to the war. Why?

Because instead of being grateful for their generosity, Zelensky insulted Poland after the nation tried to slow grain exports that were destroying Polish farmers.”

Jack Posobiec listed all these related developments, and taken together they paint a grim picture of Ukraine’s war effort.

“No joint press conference schedule for Biden and Zelensky today when he visits the White House. No joint address to Congress. Poland just announced they are ending arms transfers to Ukraine, called them a ‘man drowning,'” Posobiec said in a post.

The Epoch Times explained:

In addition to arming Ukraine amid the conflict, Poland is hosting 1 million Ukrainian refugees, who have received various types of government assistance.

President Zelenskyy’s comments alluded to nations feigning solidarity with Ukraine and indirectly aiding Russia through their positions on grain exports.

This drew a sharp rebuke from Warsaw, which has consistently supported Ukraine since the onset of the conflict.

Chuck Callesto shared this statement from Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki: “We are no longer transferring weapons to Ukraine, because we are now arming Poland with more modern weapons.”

Political commentator Gunther Eagleman urged American leaders to follow Poland’s example: “Poland said NO MORE to Ukraine! Now we need to do the same! So say it with me… No more of our money should go to Ukraine!! America First.”

BBC News had more:

Poland’s military hardware has been depleted by about a third through transfers to Ukraine and Warsaw is in the process of replacing it with modern Western-produced kit.

Arms exports to Ukraine will not stop completely as Polish manufacturer PGZ is due to send about 60 Krab artillery weapons in the coming months.

Government spokesman Piotr Muller later clarified that only previously agreed deliveries of ammunition and armaments would be delivered, including those from contracts signed with Ukraine.



 

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