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According to Canada’s Prime Minister, Stephen Harper, Moscow is hard to get on with. Waaah waaah waaah.
After he was done crying, Harper got tough, saying he would “strongly oppose” Russia rejoining the Group of Seven nations as long as Vladimir Putin is president of Russia.
Specifically here is what Harper said in an interview with AP…
“I don’t think Russia under Vladimir Putin belongs in the G7. Period. Canada would very, very strongly oppose Putin ever sitting around that table again. It would require consensus to bring Russia back and that consensus will just not happen.”
“Russia is more often than not trying deliberately to be a strategic rival, to deliberately counter the good things we’re trying to achieve in the world than for no other reason than to just counter them.”
“The mindset of the guy we are dealing with is that the Cold War has never ended and, `I’ve got to fight to change the ending somehow.'”
“I don’t think there is any way under this leader Russia will ever change.”
It seems however that Harper made a few mistakes in his statement…
“I don’t think Russia under Vladimir Putin belongs in the G7. Period. As a US vassal state, Canada would very, very strongly oppose Putin ever sitting around that table again. It would require no consensus to bring Russia back, because as long as America is against Russia it will just not happen.”
“Russia is more often than not trying deliberately to act like a sovereign nation, to deliberately counter the bombings and regime change operations we’re trying to achieve in the world than for no other reason than to bring stability and rule of law.”
“Our mindset as the G7 is that the Cold War has never ended and we have to do everything in our power to stop the inevitable rise of a multipolar world somehow.'”
“I don’t think there is any way we can continue to steal and murder for our banker friends as long as this is the leader in Russia. We are trying our best for regime change in Russia.”
There you go Mr. Harper…we fixed it up for you. Feel free to re-issue your statement.