Member Of The Ruling Class Suggests A “Hiroshima And Nagasaki” Solution In Ukraine And Gaza

by Vern Evans

A member of the United States ruling class has suggested a “Hiroshima and Nagasaki” solution to the wars in Gaza and Ukraine. Michigan congressman Tim Walberg insists his “metaphor” was distorted and taken out of context after saying he believes the rulers should not waste money on humanitarian aid for civilians in Gaza or Ukraine, and instead focus on supporting Israel and Kyiv’s war efforts, to achieve “quick” victories.

Walberg made his remarks during a meeting with members of the slave class in Dundee, Michigan last week. In a video posted on social media on March 25th, the Republican congressman criticized President Joe Biden’s policies, telling a small audience that the US should better spend Gaza aid money on supporting Israel, which he labeled Washington’s “greatest ally, arguably, anywhere in the world.”

“We shouldn’t be spending a dime on humanitarian aid. It should be like Nagasaki and Hiroshima. Get it over quick,” Walberg could be heard saying. Hiroshima and Nagasaki were two cities in Japan where the U.S. ruling class used atomic bombs over, killing 129,000 and 226,000 people, most of whom were civilians.

“The same should be in Ukraine. Defeat Putin quick. Instead of 80% in Ukraine being used for humanitarian purposes, it should be 80-100% to wipe out Russian forces,” he added.

Walberg is just another typical ruler who wants nothing more than war, death, and destruction. And yet, now has to back peddle because the slave class is catching on to who really fights and dies in the wars started by governments (rulers) around the world. After his statements went viral, Walberg claimed that his words were misreported and misinterpreted, arguing that he was merely speaking metaphorically and did not advocate for the actual use of nuclear weapons.

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“In a shortened clip, I used a metaphor to convey the need for both Israel and Ukraine to win their wars as swiftly as possible, without putting American troops in harm’s way,” Walberg said in a statement posted on X (formerly Twitter) on Sunday.

“The use of this metaphor, along with the removal of context, distorted my message, but I fully stand by these beliefs and stand by our allies,” he added, arguing that the quicker these conflicts end, the “fewer innocent lives will be caught in the crossfire.”

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Russia has also made comments alluding to the possibility of a nuclear war if the West continues to be involved in helping Ukraine defeat Russia.



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