The Pentagon said it is sending U.S. troops into Ukraine, under the guise that they are going there not to fight, but instead just to track the billions of dollars of weapons the West sent into the country.

NBC News, citing three senior U.S. officials, reported that there is discussion in the White House about sending additional troops into the country to help the U.S. track weapons. The report said there are already U.S. troops in the country, again, under the guise that all they are doing is monitoring weapons.

TRENDPOST: Using bullshit language to call a spade a spade, the NBC report said U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin (whose previous job sitting on the board of directors of Raytheon, the second largest defense contractor) said the reason for U.S. troops in Ukraine was they needed  “experts in country to help Ukraine use critical weapons systems.”

In other words, U.S. troops are needed to aim and fire missiles and rockets against Russian forces… and possibly into Russia.

The Pentagon has confirmed that U.S. troops are on the ground in Kyiv to conduct “on-site inspections to assess weapon stocks.” These troops are believed to be far from the frontline fighting.

The New York Times reported in June that Ukraine is filled with CIA officers and special forces from the West. The report said the CIA personnel have been working out of Kyiv.

We reported in October that there are currently more U.S. special forces and CIA agents in Ukraine today than there were at the beginning of the war.  

The Intercept, citing “several current and former intelligence officials,” reported that President Joe Biden has decided to have these forces conduct clandestine operations inside the country, which is counter to what he had said at the beginning of the war that U.S. troops would not be positioned on the ground in Ukraine because their presence would mean WWIII.

The paper, citing three U.S. officials, reported that the U.S. withdrew 150 military instructors before Russia invaded in February and those individuals have either remained or have “gone in and out of the country since then, training and advising Ukrainian troops and providing an on-the-ground conduit for weapons and other aid.” (See “U.S. AT WAR WITH RUSSIA: 101ST AIRBORNE READY TO FIGHT AT MOMENT’S NOTICE.”)

The U.S. Army said in a statement in June that the division arrived at the Mihail Kogălniceanu Airbase to “reinforce NATO’s eastern flank and engage in multinational exercises with partners across the European continent in order to reassure allies and deter further Russian aggression.”

Air Force Brig. Gen. Patrick Ryder said the Pentagon is clear there are no combat forces in Ukraine and these forces are not conducting any combat operations. These are personnel that are assigned to conduct security cooperation and assistance as part of the Defense Attaché Office.”

The U.S. has been cagey about what exactly the “small” number of troops are inspecting.

NBC News posted a long statement from the Pentagon that vowed more support for Ukraine 

“For operational security and force protection reasons, we won’t discuss specific numbers of personnel,” the statement read. 

UK at War With Russia

Lieutenant General Robert Magowan, from the British army, said Royal Marine troops have been deployed on “discreet operations” inside the country, WSWS.org reported, citing the Globe and Laurel.

“We have already seen glimpses of the new Commando Force concept playing out for real in the horrific conflict in Ukraine,” he said.

He said 350 marines were deployed to evacuate the British embassy in Kyiv to Poland and, in April, returned to “re-establish the diplomatic mission, providing protection to critical personnel. During both phases, the commandos supported other discreet operations in a hugely sensitive environment and with a high level of political and military risk.”

Magowan admitted that these marines took part in covert operations in Ukraine in an “extremely sensitive context” involving “a high level of political and military risk.”

TRENDPOST: Gerald Celente has said for months that contrary to reports that the U.S. is in a “proxy” war with Russia, Washington is currently at war with the Kremlin. He said it will only become “official” after the first nuclear flash or a disastrous false flag event.

Weeks before the first Russian tank rolled into Ukraine, Biden brushed off the idea that U.S. troops would get involved in the conflict and went as far as to say they would not even assist in evacuations. He said flatly that an American presence could spark a world war.

The longer the war lasts, the higher the probability is that it will produce a nuclear exchange. 

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky told a French outlet on Sunday that the “reconquest” of Crimea will soon begin.

“One should be ready and go [to Crimea],” Zelensky said. “No one would just surrender Crimea for no particular reason. Reconquest always starts with society: with its will and readiness. I believe the start has been made,” he said, according to RT.

Skip to content