With all the hype about the Ukraine problem, why isn't anybody asking why the United States is so involved? Throw away the crap about how it's a bright, shining example of a good society that demands our protection. The corruption is deep, and the Bidens have much to hide with their former, and probably current, business dealings. Such things demand caution before sending aid, and current projects involving the government of the United States need close scrutiny.
Are there good people in Ukraine? Sure there are, but like the good people in the U.S., the corruption of the government is a dangerous environment for those not in power. They are basically cannon fodder, so the powers to be can suck up the money, and supplies, given by the U.S. with the rest of the world. If I had to guess, the black market in Ukraine is flourishing, and many of the weapons given are now appearing all over the world for nefarious purposes.
From my vantage point, the entire thing boils down to N.A.T.O. screwing with Russia, Russia perceiving their threats as actions in the working, and Putin acting to protect Russia from what is a threat to their sovereignty. Meanwhile, some parties that never make the news are accumulating great wealth, creating an environment to secure more power, and the innocent people that don't have a clue will be murdered by the millions.
How will this end? Badly. The entire world teased a powerful nation, and looking back at history, will undertake tremendous sacrifices to protect their borders.