Former Pentagon officer Koffler said that the conflict in Ukraine could tear Europe apart
The main fear is that the conflict in Ukraine could slide into uncontrolled escalation, in which the United States itself will be involved, retired U.S. military intelligence officer Rebekah Koffler said on air on Fox News TV.
“This is a never-ending conflict that’s turning into another Afghanistan, and it’s a good time for the Pentagon to think about what its ultimate goal is. We don’t have a winning strategy or an exit strategy, and it’s time to take what’s happening seriously. If this conflict does not stop soon, it will tear Europe to pieces,” she stressed.
According to her, the Ukrainian crisis has exposed the inability of the Pentagon and the Biden administration to plan ahead. She accused the U.S. administration of supplying billions of dollars worth of weapons to Kiev, but no one has specified “concrete and achievable goals” in the conflict in Ukraine.