The Biden regime has announced their approval for the delivery of 31 M1 Abrams tanks to Ukraine, a move that marks a major shift in America's stance against Russia's increasingly aggressive behavior. This recent decision was preceded by growing worldwide support for Ukraine's efforts to confront Russian aggression and the widespread acceptance of sending tanks to the battlefield as a key part of that effort. The M1 Abrams is one of the most advanced main battle tanks in service today and its deployment promises to significantly bolster Ukraine’s defense capabilities in the face of relentless attacks from its eastern neighbor.
This shipment of tanks adds to a growing list of U.S.-provided defensive assets that Ukraine has been relying on since 2014 when Russia first annexed Crimea. The U.S. has steadily increased its military aid over the years, from small arms and anti-tank missiles to high-tech radar systems and drones, but this is the first time it has authorized such an advanced piece of equipment like the M1 Abrams to be delivered, reflecting both countries' shared commitment towards ensuring Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.
The M1 Abrams is known for its devastating firepower, impressive armor-protection, and cutting-edge technology which enables it to rapidly traverse difficult terrain with ease and accuracy. It also features an autoloader system which allows it to reload almost twice as fast as tank operators can manually do so — a capability which would greatly enhance Ukraine’s defensive capabilities in any potential conflict with Russia while reducing reliance on infantry support forces.
Despite these advantages however, some have raised concerns about the implications of sending such a powerful weapon into an environment where tensions are high. Nonetheless, with escalating provocations on both sides continuing unabated, many believe that this shipment could be exactly what Ukraine needs in order to counter Russian aggression more effectively moving forward.
Not long after, Germany expressed its support by also announcing it would be sending Leopard 2 tanks as a show of solidarity with their European neighbors. Chancellor Scholz implored German citizens, who were already struggling due to record high gas prices this winter, to put their trust in the government and its choices regarding the matter.
NOW - Chancellor Scholz asks concerned citizens to "trust him and the government" regarding the decision to send Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine. pic.twitter.com/nqo2fnchG4
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) January 25, 2023
This decision was made only after extensive consultations had been held with Germany’s most important international partners. With such large-scale deployments of armored vehicles taking place so close together, one cannot help but ponder whether this could be a sign of the start of World War III.
Now, you may be saying to yourselves, "Well, that doesn't mean anything, yet." To that, I would say just go back and look at what Biden said last year.
— Clayton Morris (@ClaytonMorris) January 25, 2023
World War III, here we come.