The problem with that question is that it's not a question. It's an argument, with a question tacked on to the end.
If we look at the question, we see a number of arguments and assertions, all of which are highly questionable and none of which are supported by any evidence:
- An assertion that NATO is pursuing an insurgency in Ukraine
- An assertion that the aid to Ukraine isn't sufficient for a real war
- A claim that this means NATO doesn't care about Ukraine or Eastern NATO members
- A claim that insurgencies can never defeat a real military force
- A claim that insurgency is impossible in Ukraine due to their terrain and the Ukrainian people
Then you stick a question on the end which amounts to: "If we accept my claims, NATO is doing something stupid. Why is NATO stupid?" On this site, a Question needs to be a real question, not an argument. If the main aim of your question is to push an argument, or if the question requires you to accept a list of questionable assertions, then it's a attempt to promote an argument or position, not to "learn more about governments, policies and political processes".
A way to make this question on-topic would be to focus just on things which are objective. You might ask, "Why is NATO only giving Ukraine man-portable weapons, rather than heavy equipment that would be more helpful in a direct war?" This question would get at what you want to learn about, without spending so much time pushing a specific argument.