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Blinken Goes To Ukraine With A Tough Message For Zelensky

Blinken Goes To Ukraine With A Tough Message For Zelensky
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Smoking Eagle
Smoking Eagle
May 1, 2021

I still cannot figure out why China is a “challenge” to the US. China is on its own side of the Pacific and the US is interfering with it. Where is the challenge if the US gets back to its own quarters? Obama tried over and over again to wrest Russia from China, and then tried equally hard to separate China from Russia. It didn’t work. I’m not sure that the US can drive a wedge between China and Russia at this point because neither country has any reason to trust the US. The US only has friends of convenience… Read more »

jodi1
jodi1
Reply to  Smoking Eagle
May 1, 2021

I am sure it was the US

Mailhos
Mailhos
May 1, 2021

Great report but you may be wrong on this. Blinker might urge Ukraine to embrace a narrative of peace and cooperation but also will urge it to take agressive stances that could lead to war, like installing atomic missiles at the border with Russia, or anything else. China is very influential on the US government and they would like a war between Russia and the USA.

Simple Observations of Simple Tufta
Simple Observations of Simple Tufta
Reply to  Mailhos
May 1, 2021

As the Russians say, eto chistaya yerunda

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay

the above, translated, means “this is pure nonsense” (according to Google, I don’t speak Russian). I agree with the statement.

Eric Zuesse
Reply to  Mailhos
May 1, 2021

You strongly disagree with Mercouris’s analysis but fail to say what factual allegation(s) in it you disagree with; so, I presume that you didn’t understand his analysis and you didn’t care to understand it but are simply venting here your beliefs. As regards your beliefs, your hypothesizing that the U.S. regime might intend (in the near term, even before there is any possibility of Ukraine entering NATO) to be “installing atomic missiles at the border with Russia” is ludicrous, because the U.S. then wouldn’t even have NATO cover for its action and would be left in an extremely embarrassing situation… Read more »

Franz Beckenbauer
Franz Beckenbauer
May 1, 2021

How do you tell a clown that he’s not funny if he just doesn’t wanna go ? How do you tell a “comedian turned politician” that all the jobs in EU and NATO – let alone washington – are occupied already because they have more than enough clowns themselves ? Tough job for Blinky. And the final curtain for Volodymir with no applause but just boo’s. If he wants to go to Vatikan – which is funny since he’s jewish – for divine intervention he might as well stay in Ukraine and go to Lviv. More churches per square foot… Read more »

Pitchfork Politics
Pitchfork Politics
Reply to  Franz Beckenbauer
May 1, 2021

Ah, but those are Polish Catholic churches in Lwow. Once the Ukrainians cleansed them of the Poles, they simply expropriated them, with Stalin’s help of course.

Franz Beckenbauer
Franz Beckenbauer
Reply to  Pitchfork Politics
May 1, 2021

And today the Poles renovate their architectural masterpiece church right next to Rynok square.

Times are changing. And the west is sleeping, dreaming of gender toilets and electric lawnmowers.

Franz Beckenbauer
Franz Beckenbauer
May 2, 2021

Things are starting to get interesting in Ukraine. Maybe Blinky can take thr clown and a few proconsuls with him when he returns to the capital of the dying empire.

The next weeks might be truly interesting. Russia is on a roll

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