Will the US Proxy War in Ukraine Lead to Nuclear War?

Source: Future of Freedom Foundation
by Jacob G Hornberger

“Once NATO provoked Russia into invading Ukraine, U.S. officials were confident that Russia would not attack any NATO country for furnishing weaponry to Ukraine. That’s because the U.S. is supposedly obligated by its NATO agreement to come to the military defense of any NATO country that is attacked by some other nation. Thus, if Russia attacks, say, Poland for furnishing weapons to Ukraine to help Ukraine kill Russians, the U.S. would have to come to Poland’s assistance by killing Russian soldiers. Needless to say, there is large probability that a war between the United States and Russia would quickly escalate into a nuclear war. That’s why U.S. officials were confident that they could wage a proxy war with Russia by simply using Ukrainian soldiers and furnishing them U.S. weaponry, without any concern that Russia would retaliate against any NATO country.” (05/30/24)