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US Failing Blinken-Sullivan Foreign Policy Team Losing Initiative to China Russia, Needs Replacing
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Tina
November 6, 2021

GOOD for us

Ozymandias
Ozymandias
November 7, 2021

As I have said, the once all powerful US empire has p**d away it’s strength. Corruption, endless wars driven by crazy neocon zionist imperial dreams, or neoliberal interventionist, who seem to want liberal democracy via the use of violence, mostly against non white poor countries, and Not forget the 2008 financial crisis, caused by corporate lawlessness,and stupidity, by the giving of mortgages to people with Not the financial means to honour their debts, on what can probably be a blamed on coke head lap dancing hedonists in Wall street.. All this, while America was in a financial war with China,… Read more »

Franz Beckenbauer
Franz Beckenbauer
November 7, 2021

Mr. Mercouris sTill hangs on to the illusion of there being a U.S. governement which is remarkable given the daily proof that there is no U.S. government any more, just a slew of rogue actors pursuing their own interests with noone at the helm, in other words: complete chaos. The idiots from yesteryear, most of them recycled obama-era officials, Neocons, Clintonites or what have you are completely out of the picture and still living in the 20th century. They cannot even steal an election any more, as shown in virginia. They resort to braindead media stunts catering to a braindead… Read more »

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Eric Zuesse
Reply to  Franz Beckenbauer
November 8, 2021

I disagree: there is a U.S. Government, and it is the Deep State, meaning the thousand-or-so extremely rich people who donate most of the money that has funded the political careers (campaigns, etc.) of our Presidents and members of Congress after 1945. Some are Democrats; some are Republicans, but the ALL of America’s aristocrats are billionaires or nearly so.

Atiya
Atiya
November 7, 2021
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Thank you for your commenting on the current M. K. BHADRAKUMAR article. I have been following him for some years now. He covers the whole of Eurasia with his articles. He, to me, has similar, vision, historial, language and diplomatic nuancing skills as the Russian FM, Lavrov. With regard to the Blinken dilemma you highlight his limitations, along with others in the current administration. He is not alone, where do you identify any person who is achieving the requirements in their very important positions of the administration? Is there in fact a lack, from top to bottom, of the current… Read more »

dcastle
dcastle
November 9, 2021
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I hate to say it, but the longer the USG stays out of the picture on the world stage the better. It seems that Russia and China have superior diplomats and will bring a better life, peace, and prosperity to many people. When the USG is functioning they don’t solve problems they seek to create problems for others.

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