Weapons NATO sent to Ukraine ended up in the hands of criminal gangs in Finland, Netherlands, Sweden and Denmark
Finland's national public broadcasting company Yle issued a report
this week highlighting the fact that most of the weapons being sent by NATO to Ukraine to fight Russia are not
making it to their claimed destinations.
Criminal gangs in Scandinavia and elsewhere, Finland's federal National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) found, are basically being armed by NATO as they intercept and take hold of these weapons – yes, your
tax dollars are arming criminal gangs in Finland and other far-away countries.
The NBI actually ran a headline recently that said it all: "Arms sent to Ukraine in criminal hands." This is what all those billions being sent by the Biden regime to Volodymyr Zelensky are helping to pay for: the arming of criminals.
Even as politicians here in the United States push for Americans to lose their Second Amendment rights, they are simultaneously arming thugs overseas under the guise of protecting Ukraine against the Russian invasion.
According to reports, the recovered weapons include assault rifles that were supposed to go to Ukrainian forces, but instead went to random people in neighboring countries. (Related: Is Ukraine a biological weapons outsourcing nation for NATO
"Weapons shipped [by various countries] to Ukraine have also been found in Sweden, Denmark, and the Netherlands," said NBI Detective Superintendent Christer Ahlgren. "We've seen signs of these weapons already finding their way to Finland."
Criminal gangs use online forums to facilitate black market NATO weapons trade
Another lead investigator from the NBI revealed that illicit NATO arms trafficking is often brokered in online forums frequented by criminal gangs. Here is what he had to say:
"Three of the world's largest motorcycle gangs – that are part of larger international organizations – are active in Finland. One of these is Bandidos MC, which has a unit in every major Ukrainian city. We know that contacts and routes are being warmed up, so that they're in place."
Ahlgren added that in his country, anyway, law enforcement is going to be "dealing with these arms for decades and pay the price here."
Many of the criminal outlets in question operate out of Finnish commercial ports. Stopping this, he says, "is in everyone's interest." Efforts to do this have been ramping up ever since Russia invaded Ukraine, specifically at key ports of entry where many of the weapons are entering.
Over the past eight months since the invasion began, tens of billions of dollars' worth of light and heavy weaponry
has reportedly entered Ukraine. And throughout this time, both government officials and media pundits have warned that much of that weaponry would end up outside Ukraine – which it has.
"#NATO funnels weapons into a 'black hole' in #Ukraine as #German troops again gather on the borders of #Russia," wrote someone on Twitter about the matter.
A White House official back in April said much the same to CNN
, noting that "we have fidelity for a short time, but when it enters the fog of war, we have almost zero."
"It drops into a big black hole, and you have almost no sense of it at all after a short period of time."
It is almost as if the powers that be knew this would happen but did it anyway. Are they intentionally trying to cause more problems? Is this really about arming Ukraine to protect the country against Russia?
"Maybe if we stopped pretending that Ukraine is a hotbed of democracy and Western values, and is in reality a hotbed or corruption, Western money-laundering, and a proxy state designed by the U.S. to attack Russia, we might understand," one commenter wrote.
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