Former Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has exposed that the Biden administration and other leaders of Western countries were responsible for blocking potential peace talks which could have prevented the conflict in Ukraine.
According to Bennett, he had attempted to mediate peace talks between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky but it seemed Biden and his allies WANTED the war to occur!
On March 4, 2022, Bennett traveled to Russia to meet Putin and broker the peace talks which he said he coordinated with the US, France, Germany, and the UK.
Bennett said that both sides agreed to major concessions during his mediation effort. For the Russian side, he said they dropped “denazification” as a requirement for a ceasefire. Bennett defined “denazification” as the removal of Zelensky.
During his meeting in Moscow with Putin, Bennett said the Russian leader guaranteed that he wouldn’t try to kill Zelensky. Russia also said it wouldn’t seek to disarm Ukraine.
As for what Ukraine was willing to concede on, Zelensky “renounced” that he would seek NATO membership, which Bennett said was the REAL “reason” for Russia’s invasion.Bennett was reportedly extremely close to pulling off the negotiations and ushering in peace between the two nations and reports from mainstream outlets even admitted that.
Citing Israeli officials, Axios reported on March 8 that Putin’s “proposal is difficult for Zelensky to accept but not as extreme as they anticipated. They said the proposal doesn’t include regime change in Kyiv and allows Ukraine to keep its sovereignty.”
Now it’s possible that leaders in the West wanted the war to go on so they could have an excuse as to why the economy is in shambles following their tyrannical efforts to lock down their countries during COVID.
Bennett said then-British Prime Minister Boris Johnson took an “aggressive line” while French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz were more “pragmatic” and President Biden adopted “both” positions.
The former Israeli Prime Minister added, “I’ll say this in the broad sense. I think there was a legitimate decision by the West to keep striking Putin and not [negotiate],” Bennett said.
When asked if the Western powers “blocked” the mediation efforts, Bennet said, “Basically, yes. They blocked it, and I thought they were wrong.”
Negotiations between Russia and Ukraine didn’t stop with Bennett’s efforts. Later in March, Russian and Ukrainian officials met in Istanbul, Turkey and the two sides agreed the framework for a tentative deal – until the west AGAIN shut it down.
According to a report from Ukrainska Pravda, he said even if Ukraine was ready to sign a deal with Russia, Kyiv’s Western backers were not.
Later in April, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said there were some NATO countries that wanted to prolong the war in Ukraine. “After the talks in Istanbul, we did not think that the war would take this long … But, following the NATO foreign ministers’ meeting, it was the impression that… there are those within the NATO member states that want the war to continue, let the war continue and Russia gets weaker. They don’t care much about the situation in Ukraine,” Cavusoglu said.
A few days after Cavusoglu’s comments, Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin admitted that one of the US’s goals in supporting Ukraine is to see Russia “weakened.”
While Biden and other Western leaders continue to claim that sending billions of taxpayer dollars to Ukraine to back this war effort is necessary to “protect Democracy,” it’s clear these people are using the conflict for their own gain.