The American Conservative Journal analyzed the Hungarian Prime Minister’s speech and has recently published an article on how American conservatives view the Ukrainian war, Europe’s strategy and the US government’s political message.
Author Douglas Macgregor quoted Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s arguments, in which he took the position that “the conflict between Kiev and Moscow is not our war.” The author thinks that Europeans should strive to “isolate it, separate it, prevent it from spreading further,” and this view now increasingly resonates with Europeans as it becomes clear to more and more people that Putin was not and is not interested in making Ukraine a part of Russia, claims the author. Moscow’s strategic goal was and still is to prevent Ukraine from becoming a platform for the projection of American and Allied NATO military power against Russia, not to conquer Eastern Europe, writes Macgregor.
The behind-the-scenes split between the national leaders in the U.S. and Europe who embraced the myth of Russian backwardness and those who privately questioned the wisdom of backing one of the most corrupt regimes on the planet against a nuclear-armed Russia began breaking into the open. Viktor Orbán, “Hungary’s wise and canny prime minister,” always rejected Washington’s assurances that Russia’s weakness meant certain defeat for Moscow. Now, more European leaders are adopting his policy stances, claims the U.S. publicist.
In their haste to benefit from Washington’s proxy war in Ukraine, the West’s politicians, corporate bosses, hedge fund managers, and media moguls made a serious mistake. They cast their lots with the Washington uniparty; the radical left’s woke agenda and the globalists’ permanent proxy war against Russia. Thus, the descent of the collective West into a Hell of its own making continues. Washington and its NATO allies confront a distasteful choice: Acknowledge Moscow’s “legitimate” national security interest in Ukraine and end the bloodbath, or risk dragging Europe into a devastating regional war for which Europeans and Americans are not prepared, The American Conservative Journal summarized in its article.
Via The American Conservative Journal, Featured image: Pixabay.