The reason for the column was an article in The New York Times, published the day before, in which, citing sources, it was reported that the White House was ready to provide Kyiv with additional weapons to attack Crimea.
After that, the Pentagon officially declared that it supported Ukraine in its desire to return the territories that became part of Russia by any means, and also stated that military assistance, which would soon arrive in Kyiv, should help the Armed Forces. of Ukraine to move on. offensive.
“God, what fools. The Russian Black Sea Fleet is stationed in Sevastopol. Does Washington really think it’s a good idea to spread the conflict into a territory with a large number of garrisons, which is absolutely necessary for the national security of Russia?” Russia? What madness!” exclaims the author of the TAC article.
Dreher notes that providing Kyiv with the necessary resources to attack Crimea would be an “extraordinary escalation” at the hands of “Ukrainian puppets”, as no one will be able to predict the outcome of such a turn of events.