West ‘Will Respond Decisively’, Russia ‘Alone is Responsible’ for Ukraine War

The leaders of the United States, the United Kingdom, and other Western nations vowed to strike back against Russian autocrat Vladimir Putin’s perfidious, bloody invasion of Ukraine.

The all-out invasion of Ukraine was launched by Putin from all sides, including from the north. It was also out of neighboring Belarus, which has been a Russian puppet, and whose border is just 120 miles north of the Ukrainian capital Kyiv.

‘United and Decisive’ West

Disgustingly enough, Putin began his total war against Ukraine with a bizarre video statement packed full of lies about how the Ukrainians were a “Nazi” death threat to Russia.

US President Joe Biden and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson were the first Western leaders to denounce Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, promising support to the Ukrainians.

In a video message to the Ukrainians, very early on Thursday morning, after Putin’s tanks began rolling in, Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky informed his people he already spoke with Biden on the phone, and the US leader promised support.

The American president vowed America and its allies are going to respond to Putin’s aggression in a “united and decisive” way and Russia will be held “accountable” by the entire world.

Joe and Jill Praying for ‘Brave’ Ukrainians

Later on Thursday morning, Biden was due to meet virtually with the leaders of the G-7 nations.

Biden also said he will be announcing further consequences the West is going to impose on Russia, as America is coordinating with “our NATO allies”.

Biden concluded his statement by declaring he and First Lady Jill Biden are praying for the “brave and proud” Ukrainians defending against Russia’s aggression.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson also reacted in a timely fashion to the news coming of Ukraine being under attack by the country with the largest nuclear arsenal in the world.

Johnson posted on Twitter he is “appalled by the horrific events” unfolding in Ukraine. He also revealed he spoke over the phone with Ukrainian leader Zelensky in order to discuss the next steps.

Johnson lambasted Putin for choosing the road of “bloodshed and destruction” through a completely “unprovoked attack” against Ukraine. The British leader also vowed the UK and its allies are going to “respond decisively” to the Russian aggression.

Jens Stoltenberg, the Secretary-General of NATO, reacted on Twitter by “strongly condemning” Russia for its reckless attack.

Stoltenberg also condemned Putin’s violation of international law and announced the 30 member states of NATO are going to a meeting in order to tackle “the renewed aggression” against Ukraine.

Stoltenberg likewise described Putin’s war against Ukraine as an enormous threat to “Euro-Atlantic security”.

Late on Wednesday night, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken issued a warning, saying he believed Putin was going to invade Ukraine before dawn.