Roger Waters, former co-founder and bassist of Pink Floyd, has criticized President Biden for his handling of the ongoing Ukrainian conflict. In a recent interview, Waters accused Biden of engineering the conflict and criticized him for several mishaps over his presidential reign.
- Waters accused Biden of engineering the Ukrainian conflict and criticized him for several mishaps over his presidential reign.
- The musician believes that Biden could have done better by keeping Secretary of State Baker’s promise not to advance NATO, refraining from engineering the illegal Maidan coup d’etat, and supporting the Minsk accords.
- Waters also accused Biden of buying time to arm Ukraine for the war he was engineering.
- Born in Surrey, England, in 1943, Waters rose to international fame in the 1970s as a musician and political
activist, known for his support of various social causes, including human rights and environmentalism.
- The ongoing Ukrainian conflict has led to rising tensions between Ukraine and Russia, with fears that it could escalate into a wider war.
Roger Waters’ criticism of President Biden’s handling of the Ukrainian conflict highlights the concerns of many Republicans regarding the president’s foreign policy. His accusation that Biden engineered the conflict and his criticism of several mishaps during his presidency may further fuel these concerns.
Waters’ call for Biden to have kept Secretary of State Baker’s promise not to advance NATO, refrained from engineering the illegal Maidan coup d’etat, and supported the Minsk accords may resonate with Republican voters who share his views on US foreign policy.
As tensions continue to rise between Ukraine and Russia, it remains to be seen how President Biden will handle the situation. However, Waters’ criticism may put further pressure on the Biden administration to take a stronger stance on the issue and ensure that US foreign policy aligns with Republican values.