Biden’s Proxy War: Defending Ukraine on His Terms

(This article is one in a series entitled “Killing The Nation State: How COVID-19 Was Used to End the Sovereignty of America”, uncovering the purpose and ultimate objectives of globalism.)

A few short weeks ago, the free world focused it’s gaze on the capitol of Canada. A rather large convoy of truckers, united in purpose and banded together in solidarity, made the trek to Ottawa. The purpose of this necessary interruption to their lives was to let their government know how their livelihood had been purposely interrupted by the stranglehold of government mandates. Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, had made yet another decision to punish working people during the COVID-19 Era. He said if the truckers don’t receive a series of experimental injections, as was deemed necessary by government, they would not be able to ship goods in and out of Canada.

The protest grew so large and was so affective that it metastasized into an all-out protest from all citizens about the suffocating restrictions by government- all in the name of stopping an unstoppable virus. The Canadian Government realized this and decided to act. But, rather than listen to their citizens’ peacefully protesting these mandates, they turned on them. Police forces were ordered to not only break up the protest, but cause bodily harm if necessary in order to silence the voice of freedom.

But, not even before the protests had ended and supporters bank accounts were frozen, the Propagandist Media (PM) begins reporting on a new (old) crisis. Based on intelligence reports, Russian President Vladimir Putin is about to launch a full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Wait? Hasn’t this been an ongoing conflict for years…decades, maybe? Certainly. But if the PM says its going to happen, then we must follow along…right? This certainly seems to be the case in the COVID-19 Era.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy

Needless to say, the timing of this invasion is curious, given the day-to-day conflict between the two nations at least since the break up of the former USSR, which both nations belonged to back then. So why now?

It’s a question that is being asked all over social media and independent news in America. The overall emotion behind the question ranges from highly suspect, to a manufactured distraction, to “if you believe this Ukraine stuff, you are ‘naive’ (I chose this word to cover a blanket of expletives and much more offensive adjectives)”. I certainly can’t disagree with those who feel that way. We have witnessed the greatest, most widespread campaign of propaganda in our corporate news outlets since our nation began. A trail of lies and misdirections have littered the news cycles since at least December 2019, the month we first heard about a strange virus that originated in a wet market in Wuhan, China. So what is an intelligent, freedom-loving people suppose to think when they’ve had their collective psyches toyed with 24/7 since that time?!

On the other side, those that chose to believe what media spoon-feeds them, there is suddenly this groundswell of love and unity-in-purpose to support the Ukrainian citizens. Images of people in the streets, bearing arms, bloodied, defending their homeland from the evil leader of Russia. Who wouldn’t take this position? Defending citizens right to keep their freedom from an oppressive dictator. Hmmm, this sounds familiar.

Joe Biden has stated since early on in his presidency that he would “handle” Vladimir Putin if he got out of hand. In doing so, Biden made reference to the previous administration. Still attempting to make the connection between Russia and Trump (even though this has been debunked for some time now), The Biden Administration is using this invasion of Ukraine to create a proxy war.

But what is the motivation of Biden to reinvent the Cold War against the core country that is the primary remnant of the USSR? Well, unlike the ideological differences of the US and USSR, there is a new world agenda pushing this proxy war. And though there are many moving parts to unravel, I will break it down into a list of core issues driving this distant war:

  1. Biden and his closest allies within the Democratic Party have conflicts of interest and activity in both countries that they must keep hidden from the public eye.
  2. Biden, as a primary leader in the push for world government, needed a conflict that could weaken Vladimir Putin, as he will be a hinderance in the advancement of such based on his own objectives.
  3. Biden has an image problem and is polling as low as any president in history.
  4. Biden’s efforts to maintain control on the domestic front through the mandates over drawn-out and politicized pandemic, began to crumble.
  5. Biden’s handlers need him to appear stronger. And they know, when the time is right, they have the power to stop this conflict at the drop of a hat, thus making Biden into a hero, of sorts.
  6. In many ways, Ukraine is a model country to prop up and strengthen as an ideal setting for what a world government-controlled country should be.
  7. As is the case with many of these conflicts, oil and natural gas is at the center of this one. But Biden caused Putin to act (yes, he did) by placing us in a position to depend on foreign oil. But there’s a twist to this plot. And it involves (you guessed it) China .
  8. One of the primary voices leading the charge for world government has been uncharacteristically vocal about the need to defend Ukraine. That man is George Soros.
  9. Lastly, Biden’s Proxy War with Russia is being aligned through propaganda and rhetoric with the war being used to eliminate his political enemies in this country.

Going back to his time as Vice President, Biden’s son Hunter was tapped to be on the board of Burisma Holdings, an energy exploration company based in Kyiv, Ukraine. But when there was evidence that now-president Joe Biden may have had a conflict of interest in Burisma, congressional leaders, lead by staunch Trump opponent Speaker Nancy Pelosi, drew up impeachment charges against Donald J. Trump based on a phone call suspiciously leaked to the press between Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy. And though the House voted to impeach the president, in February of 2020, the Senate acquitted him claiming that the drive to impeach Donald J. Trump was politically motivated. Political, indeed. As we would soon discover the truth behind Russia collusion and more dirty laundry on the Biden family in Ukraine.

Then there is the issue of energy supplied by Russia. We discover that not only is there a pipeline project in place that would allow Russia to control a large share of the natural gas market in the European Union, but Putin also has a “silent” partner in this by the name of Xi Jianping. Putin’s pipeline would provide energy to China, and in return Putin has a powerful ally to support his effort to dominate the energy market in the coming years.

But possibly the biggest surprise in the rhetorical and propaganda surrounding the Russia/Ukraine Conflict, was the voice of billionaire world-market provocateur George Soros throwing his support so transparently on Twitter (see below). The head of the Open Society Foundations usually will use the numerous umbrella companies to fund his efforts around the globe. But when Soros himself speaks so boldly about defending Ukraine, something is definitely “rotten in Denmark”. And as a major player in the movement for world totalitarian government, which includes a world full of countries without borders, Soros is signaling to the world that defeating Russia goes far beyond stopping Putin. Something we will need to examine closer in the coming days.

If you believe these arguments to be nothing more than hyperbole, lets take it from a different angle. First, we know that when the American propaganda-driven media speaks, this is representative of what the administration, along with the handlers of shadow government, with the intelligence community as their watchdog and bully, is about to do next. This has been proven over and over again. Not up for debate at this point. Second, if you observe the actions of this current administration from the outset, their motives are clear. The words they use are deceptive. But their is no doubt about the motive. I’ve discussed this for the last twenty-four months. Lastly, we must consider the military power of our country, along with the ability to activate NATO forces at the drop of the hat.

So if we walk through Joe Biden’s presidency from Day One, we clearly see the motive. He shuts down The Keystone Pipeline right after he is inaugurated. This was our greatest source of energy independence. We soon became dependent on oil from (you guessed it) Russia. According to Forbes, Russia is the second largest producer of oil in the world, not far behind America. But we use far more oil than Russia does. Saudi Arabia is the third largest. But, like Russia, they use far less than the US. Biden purposely made us dependent on oil. There are a few reasons for this. But we will address this one later on, as well.

But, then you have the Biden conflict of interest in his dealings with Ukraine’s energy market. And though Congress has cleared Biden of any such conflict prior to his run for the White House, Burisma’s former CEO was sentenced to prison just days ago for securities fraud. On the Russia side, you have the never-ending narrative provided by Biden and his political allies regarding Trump colluding with Russia prior to the 2016 election. But the government-directed media never tells you about the continual findings coming from The Durham Report. Hillary Clinton’s attorney, Michael Sussmann, has been indicted over making false statements about the Russia matter. And with Operation Crossfire Hurricane producing no evidence that Trump colluded with Russia, it is clear that Democrats were the ones interfering with the 2016 election to ensure that Donald J. Trump would not become president.

Story from The Epoch Times

So why now? Why is the Ukraine story a big deal? Let me qualify this by saying that Putin is a tyrant and will stop at nothing to regain control of the Baltic Nations. And the Ukrainian citizens need our humanitarian support. This is not on the citizens. But from a media prospective, why Russia/Ukraine now? Simply put, it is to serve the dual-purpose proxy war that Biden is fighting. From the moment he took office, his domestic objectives have been about mobilizing the private sector, while bullying the states, to fulfill his agenda built around stopping a pandemic. After mask mandates, and lockdowns, and choosing winners and losers in business under the guise of essential vs. non-essential businesses (which in the end was meant to solely support multi-national companies alone), Biden’s agenda was all about two things: vaccine mandates and re-defining domestic terror.

But the narrative about vaccine mandates fell apart with the Supreme Court decision that ruled against Biden’s plan to empower OSHA to enforce mandates, which would impact an estimated 93 million jobs. But the new war on domestic terror had been defined by the FBI-psyop driven event at the Capitol on January 6th. That’s the other side to Biden’s proxy war. And as the protests in Canada were going strong, fueling more such protests through convoys traveling through these United States as we speak, the leaders representing world government in North America painted a different picture. They deemed these protests as law-breakers attempting to shutdown government. They were dealt with as domestic terrorists.

Citizens and pundits alike cannot possibly know for certain how an event like the one in Ukraine can begin at just the right time. But that doesn’t mean it isn’t possible. Putin himself had been accusing the US of provoking him to act on the Ukraine. What did he mean by that? Only the intelligence communities know for sure. But since December 2019, it is clear that the corporate media in America has slapped a dog collar on us, placed a choke chain on it, and tugged firmly on the collar every time they’ve decided to move the news cycle along. This is just another one of those times.

But I can’t help but see the irony in the two major movements taking place in the world right now. One is being covered 24/7, while the other one is a near blackout. Those two stories are very different in every way with one major exception. Both are a fight for freedom over tyranny. The People’s Convoy and The Freedom Convoy are burning rubber as they head to Washington, DC. They are being cheered on by countless millions that stand on overpasses and alongside the major highways of America. These are the heroes of freedom.

I’ve witnessed an eerie similarity to how the media describes the Ukrainian people defending their country, and majority of citizens trying to retain what freedom remains in this country. Only difference here is one battle for freedom is receiving blanket coverage. While the battle for freedom on the domestic front sees no coverage, except independent news outlets, podcasts, and a handful of mainstream news pundits.

Russian President Vladimir Putin

The news cycle is great at keeping us busy with news of conflict. It is meant to elicit a particular emotion. It is designed to dominate our thoughts as it is acted out on the global stage. There is no time to focus on what happened yesterday, no matter how important that news was. In their minds, its ancient history.

It is this, along with our globalist-directed government’s propensity to lie, that has finally moved the needle to where millions of citizens are questioning the very events we are witnessing, and how we got here. Bloodshed and the surrendering of freedom by citizens of any sovereign nation are never to be taken lightly. But what we witnessed in Ottawa, Canada was just that. Oh, you thought I meant to say Ukraine? We will let the propagandist media cover that struggle for freedom. I will choose to focus on the drive against tyranny at home. There is more to say about Biden’s dual proxy war. I’ll share much more about that while I’m documenting the freedom convoys in America.

Until then, decide for yourselves what is going on with the Russia/Ukraine Conflict. But it is clear to me that not only was this a conflict the Biden Administration needed. They can put a stop to it whenever they choose. Let’s pray for the sake of innocent lives that it will end soon. And regardless of how we got here, pray for the people of both the Ukraine and Russia, who are merely pawns in this global struggle for power.

(Chris Gaines is an author and editor for

Photo sources: Forbes, AP, Getty Images

3 thoughts on “Biden’s Proxy War: Defending Ukraine on His Terms

  1. willywordwizard March 6, 2022 — 1:06 am

    You have made many excellent points. Your words should open eyes, enrage and (hopefully) inspire others to at least think if not act. The Russia/Ukraine Conflict getting 24/7 coverage while the trucker’s convoys are getting swept under the rug should get the blood pumping in anyone that values freedom. The truckers are the loudest voice of freedom on the continent and the Biden Administration, along with Trudeau’s regime, are cutting the legs out from under them. We are being played. I am looking forward to your next article about the freedom convoys in America. Yes, these truly are the heroes of freedom.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. It’s a confusing and difficult time for everyone in one way or another. But I believe it helps to know what we’re up against so that we will know how to respond at the appropriate time.

      As I like to say, you can’t change what has happened to you. But you can change what you do about it. That is why being armed with the truth is so utterly important right now. And that’s why I continue to push back on propaganda.

      Thank you, again, for your feedback.

      Liked by 1 person

      1. willywordwizard March 9, 2022 — 6:39 pm

        It’s a fact that propaganda flies when there’s a war going on. Sometimes pushing back is all we can do.

        Liked by 1 person

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