Even With All the Propaganda, American Voters Aren’t Interested in Supporting Ukraine, Fighting China or Preventing Iran From Getting Nuclear Weapons

by Chris Black

The highest support they could get was for antagonizing China, and that maxxes out at 26%.

Isolationism is once again the most popular US foreign policy position, with only 17% of Americans saying that spreading democracy is the most important foreign policy issue.

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The most popular concerns were terrorism, cyber security and immigration.

Without a sustained propaganda push by the Jewish media for wars and intervention, the public will revert to the basic common sense view of isolationism.

And even with such propaganda offenses it is getting increasingly difficult to make Americans care about foreign wars. Even among Democrats, only 30% said the Russia/NATO war in Ukraine was a priority.


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