Lie about US Aid package is clear

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May 10, 2024, 06:09

According to the proposals subnitted by Biden Months ago the military aid amounts to $16 billion - the $45 billion is to fund the activities of the Ukraine Government - essentially meaning it is to be trasferred to the ultra-corrupt Ukraine Government to use as it pleased.   

The newspapers are spreading an entirely differenct story - implying that the full $61 billion package is purely for military aid to Ukraine.   

The Republican Party was in a jam and in the end they ended up supporting the aid gant to Ukraine.   They know the public is opposed to endless grants to Ukraine - but strongly favor aid to Israel.    The Demorats and - epecially the Senate - would not approve military aid to Israel unles aid is provided to Ukraine - so after discussions with Trump the House passed the Bill for aid to Ukraine and Israel on the basis suggested by Biden.

Now the rat in the WH is delaying arms delivery to Israel and still undermining the Israeli Government,   He apparently is trying to ensure the Muslims will vote for him in the upcoming election.   In the meantime nothing is done by the Biden Regime about the riotous conduct of th Muslim and brainwashed students at USA universities by the Biden Regime.   Since the riots started and Jewish students  threatened by the rioters - the situation is that Police started arresting  rioters - but those are in terms of D emcoratic Party procedures released within 24 hours without any harges being laid.   So now we have a situation where the arested rioters are back on the street the next day to continue rioting. Some of the protest leaders are no students - they are there to cause mayhem at Universities.   

Now we all know that the 2020 riots were caused and controlled by the DNC using two subsidiaires of the Democratic Party - BLM and Antifa - to organize and control the rioting.   This time the situation is that Antifa provides the main instigators of the riots supported by the extreme left-wing politicians in the House and Senate.    The situation remains bad and the Jews living  in the USA are living in fear of being attacked by the rioters.   Any Governmnt supporting rioting is totally disastrous for any country.         


  

May 10, 2024, 07:13

I'm more concerned about your pal Putin rattling his nukes .......... pathetic evil poes.

May 10, 2024, 10:01

Putin would never use nukes against anybody - he is unlike Biden not an idiot.    The danger of Biden authorizing a nuclear attack on Russia is 100 times more dangerous.   Biden is a pathetic evil and idiotic poes .     Besides that Biden is corrupt and are a traitor insofar as the USA is concerned as is evident by his lawless conduct.           

May 10, 2024, 10:12

Minor correction to the Shitory.

 Biden  Trump is a pathetic evil and idiotic poes .

Fixed!

May 10, 2024, 10:44

What Is in the Ukraine Aid Package, and What Does it Mean for the Future of the War? (csis.org)


The $61 billion of the Ukraine Security Supplemental Appropriations Act of 2024 falls into six categories.

Military equipment for Ukraine ($25.7 billion) comprises the largest part of the funding and does three things. First, it replaces equipment that has been or will be sent to Ukraine through presidential drawdown authority (PDA) ($13.4 billion). This authority allows the president to take weapons and munitions from U.S. stockpiles and send them to Ukraine. Although there is no statutory requirement to replace the equipment, Congress has provided funding to do so. If it had not, the resulting shortfalls would have badly hurt U.S. readiness.

Second, it provides Ukraine with funding through the State Department’s Foreign Military Financing (FMF) program ($1.6 billion). This program provides grants and loans for allies and partners such as Ukraine to purchase weapons and munitions in the United States.

The third and final element is enhancing the defense industrial base to increase production capabilities and develop more advanced weapons and munitions ($7.0 billion). For example, the bill includes funding to help the U.S. Army meet its monthly production goal of 100,000 155-millimeter (mm) shells by 2025. The United States currently produces around 40,000 shells per month, whereas Ukraine needs at least 100,000 shells per month and up to 180,000 for offensive operations.

A curious element is that the legislation requests $13.4 billion to replenish stockpiles but only $7.8 billion of new drawdown authority. This discrepancy implies a preexisting deficit, likely stemming from accounting changes made last summer. The accounting changes priced equipment at the depreciated value rather than the replacement value. This meant that the Department of Defense (DOD) could send more equipment within an existing authorization level but would need more funding to replace it since the replacements would be purchased at the cost of new equipment.

Ukraine-related military activities ($17 billion) funds the Ukraine Security Assistance Initiative (USAI) ($13.8 billion) and U.S. intelligence operations ($3.3 billion). USAI provides funds for three things: training that Ukraine might need for new weapons, individuals, or units; the United States buying arms on the global market, which it has done extensively in the past to acquire Soviet-standard equipment that Ukrainian forces are accustomed to using; and Ukraine purchasing weapons and equipment directly from U.S. manufacturers.

Economic support to Ukraine ($7.9 billionassists the Ukrainian government in sustaining essential government services, including law enforcement. This support is structured as a loan, not a grant (section 508), in response to pressure from Republicans and former president Trump. There are detailed procedures by which the president can forgive the loans, giving the president a lot of authority. Essentially, the president can forgive the loans unless Congress takes specific action to disagree. Describing the procedures for these grants takes up three of the fourteen pages in the bill.

U.S. forces ($7.3 billion) pays for the heightened U.S. force presence in Europe. The United States initially surged 20,000 troops to Europe to reassure European allies. While the surge presence declined to around 10,000, the regular fiscal year 2024 budget does not fully cover the costs of these deployed forces. Funds mostly go to the U.S. Army, which received $4.9 billion for its operations and maintenance.

Humanitarian aid ($2.5 billion) includes $1.6 billion for a special “assistance for Europe, Eurasia, and Central Asia” fund, $300 million for counter-drug activities, and $100 million for demining. About $481 million supports Ukrainian refugees in the United States.

Other U.S. governmental agencies ($335 million) includes $150 million for the Department of Energy’s nonproliferation activities. This has been a long-running effort to safeguard civilian power plants and hedge against nuclear incidents. There is also $98 million for research on medical devices, which is perhaps a worthwhile effort but entirely unrelated to the war in Ukraine.

May 10, 2024, 12:59

No point in comparing Trump and Biden..,,they are both hopelessly unfit for the job. But we are going to get one of them for four years…..not good, but the institutions of government and the constitution will deal with the problem. They have for the last 8 years.

May 11, 2024, 12:30

Lesser of two evils by a country mile!!!...and the one actually have a few flaws, but isn't evil...the other....

May 11, 2024, 12:51

and the one actually have a few flaws, but isn't evil...the other....



May 12, 2024, 00:28

and the one actually have a few flaws, but isn't evil...the other....


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