Washington Discusses Ukraine Air Bridge (Worthy News Exclusive)
By Stefan J. Bos, Chief International Correspondent Worthy News
WASHINGTON/BUDAPEST (Worthy News) – Talks are ongoing within Washington about setting up a humanitarian and military air bridge to wartorn Ukraine amid concerns that Russian President Vladimir Putin will use nuclear and biological weapons.
A senior U.S. security diplomat with ties to the White House, who accurately predicted the Russian invasion, shared with Worthy News a policy plan that he formulated for high-ranking Congress and security representatives.
He said the “question isn’t if, but when and how” Putin will use biological and nuclear weapons. Worthy News agreed not to name the sources as the material may be classified.
His ally, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, is also on the radar of U.S. security officials for supporting the invasion, according to communications seen by Worthy News.
“We need to set up a Berlin Brigade style Air-bridge to Ukraine,” the official wrote in the secure message. He referred to a U.S. Army brigade-sized garrison based in West Berlin during the Cold War when the city was divided.
It backed the “Berlin Air Bridge” from June 26, 1948, to September 30, 1949, carrying supplies to residents of West Berlin as Soviet Union forces blocked railway, road, and canal access to sectors of Berlin under Western control.
Fast-forward, the U.S. security official suggested a similar air bridge for Ukraine that would also include military aid. “We need to deliver small arms, weapons, and planes. We need to especially help [the Ukrainian cities] Kyiv and Lvov,” he stressed.
“Lvov is being overrun by internal refugees and doesn’t have enough food and supplies for everyone,” the official wrote using the Russian spelling for the city, also known as Lviv, adding: “It will be next on the list for an attack.”
He said that in Kyiv, “we need to provide flak-jackets, small arms, older model [communications], equipment which the Russians can’t block and monitor.”
The official, involved in special military operations, cited his phone as an example of equipment that Russians can’t hack. He said the U.S. and its allies should urgently deliver “CB Radios, Walkie Talkies and also food. We need to be Ukraine’s supply chain.”
He warned that “Putin will use nuclear and bioweapons. So the question isn’t if, but when and how. Will it be more like Syria or Grozny? Will it be Polonium 242 or Novichok [chemical agents]? He always uses chemical, biological, and nuclear weapons. The question is how and where. Not if,” the official wrote.
“So we need to supply folks with masks, antidotes, and such. “ The official suggested that the U.S. should use similar tactics as terror groups used against Russia. “We need to bring the war home to Russia with Isis style attacks – or IRA, or RAF style – on train stations, train lines, buses, and shopping centers,” he wrote, referring to several terror groups.
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