The gist of the film is that many of the weapons being sent by NATO to Ukraine are ending up in the hands of the wrong people – people that belong to criminal gangs in other countries, for instance.
The roughly 23-minute CBS film about the scandal was pulled by the network after airing, but was captured by someone else and re-uploaded for public viewing:
As much as 70 percent of all that NATO-supplied weaponry is ending up elsewhere, the film reveals. Criminal gangs in countries like Sweden and Finland are intercepting the shipments and redirecting them, which is causing major problems across Europe.
"Three of the world's largest motorcycle gangs – that are part of larger international organizations – are active in Finland," explained a Finnish investigator who is actively looking into the matter. "One of these is Bandidos MC, which has a unit in every major Ukrainian city."
While it might seem as though this is all unintentional, it is difficult not to speculate that perhaps the true intent all along was to arm these criminals while pretending as though the weapons were meant to "fight Russia."
It almost seems like this entire charade is one big free for all with American taxpayers footing the bill. Meanwhile, swaths of Europe face increased violence at the hands of NATO-armed criminals who now pose a threat to local populations.
"We're going to be dealing with these arms for decades and pay the price here," says Finnish Detective Superintendent Christer Ahlgren.
Illegal arms dealing is reportedly taking place in online forums frequented by criminal gang members who know they can get their hands on NATO-supplied weapons with ease, thanks to a steady supply of guns and cash from the Biden regime.
Ahlgren is well aware of what is taking place and has said that "stopping this is in everyone's interest" because over time it will only get worse the longer the war continues. (Related: Russia recently halted participation in the Ukraine grain deal following a "massive" drone strike.)
Tens of billions of dollars' worth of weapons have already been funneled into Ukraine, though very few of them have made it into the hands of legitimate soldiers. The rest are now on the streets where they are being used to terrorize the public – thanks, NATO!
Keep in mind that things have only gotten worse since CBS first aired the above documentary. If it was bad then, it is much worse now, in other words.
"This is all gear that every law-abiding American citizen should be able to own and use but our government violates the Constitution while sending fully-automatic weapons overseas," wrote someone on YouTube in response to what the video portrayed. "Disgusting."
Another chimed in that the documentary itself is relatively mild and contains some degree of propaganda, and yet was still not okay with the Biden regime. What does that tell you about the current state of free speech in the United States?
"Russia did not occupy Crimea in 2014," someone else wrote, pointing out another problem with the information portrayed in the film. "The people of Crimea voted in referendum to join Russia."
"'The Russian backed separatists' did not occupy the Donbass region in 2014. They live where they were born and grew up. Donbass is their land!"
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