When the effort is no longer profitable...
- Aug 12, 2019
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...you do realize a lot of that dollar value is the equipment we are sending over, right?How do you propose to do that, exactly? Just throw money in Ukraine's general direction, and hope it gets to where it's supposed to go? You're essentially arguing "we need to do something; this is something, so we need to do this!", irrespective of the efficacy of whatever "this" is. Let me reiterate; without accountability, you cannot guarantee that anything our country is doing to "help" is actually helping.
Like, do I need to go dig up a link to every piece of kit the west has sent Ukraine and it's specific combat utility, to show that we are sending meaningful weaponry over to Ukraine?
What will satisfy you that corruption is being minimized as much as it can, while not impacting the combat effectiveness of what is being sent/sold/lend-leased to Ukraine?
Because it feels like you think so long as any meaningful amount of corruption is happening, we cannot risk giving Ukraine aid and support.
And I do see plenty of evidence of our stuff being used as it was meant to be used, and you'd see it too if you actually paid attention to the invasion and DonbAss threads where there is a lot more detailed info on equipment and loses for both sides.