Nuland, We Hardly Knew Ye

In the ancient world, nations went to war over beautiful women. In our degraded time, they go to war because of a hag named Victoria Nuland.

I’m speaking, of course, of the former U.S. undersecretary of state for political affairs, who has played a nefarious role in world events during the last 20 years in both Republican and Democratic administrations. There is hardly an American foreign policy debacle during that time that doesn’t include Nuland in its list of conspirators. She played an influential role during the Iraq War as Vice President Dick Cheney’s deputy national security advisor and later as President George W. Bush’s ambassador to NATO, where she ginned up support for America’s two-decade-long quagmire in Afghanistan.

Most recently and most prominently, during the Obama and Biden administrations and from various posts within the State Department, Nuland played an orchestrating role in the events in Ukraine. She was a key player in the 2014 color revolution that ousted the democratically elected president, Viktor Yanukovych, and replaced him with a series of U.S.-friendly puppets. Nuland’s role in selecting the first of those puppets, Arseniy Yatsenyuk, was revealed in a leaked phone call. During that call, Nuland mentioned the involvement in the color revolution of then-Vice President Joe Biden and his aide Jake Sullivan, now Biden’s national security advisor. We now know about the allegations that Biden collected the spoils resulting from that coup through the shady Ukrainian business dealings of his crack-addled son Hunter.

Nuland’s role in other nefarious events in Ukraine has not been fully revealed but is suspicious, to say the least. Along with Joe Biden, she appeared to know that Germany’s Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline to Russia would be destroyed in 2022 in one of history’s greatest acts of industrial sabotage and one of its greatest ecological disasters. Earlier that year, she ominously warned that the pipeline would be “a hunk of metal at the bottom of the ocean.”

Nuland also appeared to admit there was at least a grain of truth in Russia’s allegation that the U.S. was collaborating with Ukraine to develop biological weapons in violation of international law. When asked before Congress whether Ukraine has chemical or biological weapons, she admitted to Congress that Ukraine has “biological research facilities.” The truth about those facilities is slowly starting to leak out, as is the CIA’s on-the-ground involvement in Ukraine: The New York Times reported in late February that the U.S. intelligence agency has had a network of a dozen bases in Ukraine for the last decade.

All of these orchestrated provocations have pushed Russia and the West to the brink of nuclear war and cost the lives of at least 500,000 Ukrainians and Russians—and for nothing, as Ukraine is losing the war. The only good news is that the failure is now so obvious that Nuland was ousted—or resigned—from the State Department in March. Her close friend Hillary Clinton has secured her a faculty role at Columbia University.

Chronicles has long warned about the neoconservative elites who direct America’s disastrous foreign policy, no matter which party is in power. Nuland is exactly the kind of person we are talking about.

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