WE have an obligation to protect Ukraine from attack from any outside threats.

On December 5, 1994 the leaders of Ukraine, Russia, UK and the United States signed a memorandum to provide Ukraine with security assurance in connection with its accession to being a non-nuclear state.

All four signatories agreed their commitment to seek immediate United Nations security council action to provide Ukraine with security assurances in connection with its accession to being a non-nuclear weapon state.

I should point out that prior to that meeting in 1994 that Ukraine was in 1991 the second most powerful nuclear republic in the Soviet Union.

They voted overwhelmingly in 1994 for independence with 90 percent of the population in favour. In 1994 Ukraine agreed to destroy all their nuclear weapons as a condition to join the treaty on the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons.

We now know that was Ukraine’s big mistake.

We will not be attacking Russia providing we contain all hostilities in the Ukraine theatre of war.

Ukrainians have been let down badly by the UN and Biden in particular.

We now have a very capable and heroic nation on its own with the exception of some modern hand-held weapons that are rapidly running out along with other essential supplies.

Ukraine has a population of 43,466,819 and Russia is using mass migration as a means of grinding the European Union and us into the ground, economically speaking.

I feel sooner rather than later we will have to go into Ukraine, better to do it now while Ukraine still has an army capable of putting up a bloody good fight if given modern weapons and air cover.

The UN should stick to their treaties and immediately bring in no fly zones along with anything else to help crush Putin.


Moorland, Crescent