Both the US and the UK have openly stated that there will be no “boots on the ground” in Ukraine. However, according to a French journalist who returned from Ukraine, the Americans are “in charge” of the war in Ukraine.
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A French reporter who decided to come back from Ukraine with volunteer fighters informed CNews that Americans are effectively “in charge” of the ground war.
Georges Malbrunot, senior international correspondent at Le Figaro, made the claim.
Malbrunot stated that he had followed two French volunteer combatants who already had earlier battled against ISIS.
“I had the surprise, and so did they, to discover that to be able to enter the Ukrainian army, well it’s the Americans who are in charge,” said Malbrunot.
The journalist went on to say that both he and the volunteer groups “almost got arrested” by the Americans, who claimed to be in control, and that they had been compelled to sign an agreement “until the end of the war.”
“And who is in charge? It’s the Americans, I saw it with my own eyes,” said Malbrunot, adding, “I thought I was with the international brigades, and I found myself facing the Pentagon.”
Malbrunot also discussed the United States supplying Ukraine with switchblade suicide drones, which Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin emphasised in a tweet revealing Ukrainian troops were being provided with training to utilize the equipment in Biloxi, Mississippi.
Malbrunot further wrote on twitter, quoting a French intelligence source, that British SAS units “have been present in Ukraine since the beginning of the war, as did the American Deltas.”
Russia appears to be very well conscious of the “secret war” being fought in Ukraine by foreign commandos stationed there since February.
Both the US and the UK have openly stated that there will be no “boots on the ground” in Ukraine, however there appears to have been a US-UK military involvement since the beginning of the war.
“Polls showed in the run up to the war the overwhelming majority of Americans wanted our government to stay out of it but our leaders know best and are more than happy to risk World War III in defense of Ukraine’s puppet regime,” writes Chris Menahan.