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Real CT Putin's puppet: Here’s how Trump has achieved Russia’s policy goals
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Trump is so clearly doing Putin's bidding and doing it because he is compromised by Russian intelligence and needs future business loans and still wants to build a Trump Tower Moscow. Scream1

Here’s how Trump has achieved Russia’s policy goals
It's not just abruptly pulling out of Syria against the advice of mostly everyone. The list goes on.

"This week, President Donald Trump unilaterally decided to pull American troops out of Syria after declaring victory, then saw his Defense Secretary, James Mattis, quit in protest of Trump’s national security worldview. These abrupt developments caused no end of alarm, frustration, and turmoil in most American political quarters as well as in the capitals of American allies.

Trump said on Friday, however, that he was the toughest president in history when it came to dealing with Russia. He did not point to specifics.

Donald J. Trump

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There has never been a president who has been tougher (but fair) on China or Russia - Never, just look at the facts. The Fake News tries so hard to paint the opposite picture.

In reality, Russian President Vladimir Putin and his allies were among the few people on earth who were happy with the American president’s moves. Russia’s goal when it comes to the United States is chaos, gaining larger areas of unfettered influence, and disrupting Western alliances.

In fact, many of the Trump administration’s most inexplicable or controversial foreign policy moves begin to make sense when viewed as Trump capitulating to Russian policy objectives.

Here are a few:

Withdrawing from Syria
Trump said Thursday that Russia is “not happy” with his decision to pull the United States out of Syria, despite the fact that Putin directly praised Trump’s decision, saying, “If the United States decided to withdraw its force, then this would be right.”

Fox News’ Shepard Smith responded to the news by saying it was “hard to believe what’s happened. In the face of counsel not to do so by everyone in his administration and everyone in the Pentagon, the president gets off a phone call with the president of Turkey, then does the bidding of Russia, and Vladimir Putin thanks him, while the defense secretary resigns. It is unprecedented in American history, isn’t it?”

On Saturday, the American envoy to the global coalition fighting ISIS, Brett McGurk, resigned his post in protest of Trump’s decision to withdraw from Syria. In McGurk’s email to staff, he said Trump’s reversal “left our coalition partners confused and our fighting partners bewildered.”

Russia has been both fighting ISIS and propping up Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, and has also had historical strategic ties to Syria. It has been actively hostile to relief groups like the White Helmets. The departure of American forces from the country is unquestionably a boon for Putin.

Driving Mattis out
Secretary Mattis’s resignation letter explained that he could not remain in Trump’s cabinet because of a disagreement about “being clear-eyed about both malign actors and strategic competitors,” one paragraph after saying China and Russia “want to shape a world consistent with their authoritarian model.” Mattis is very unlikely to be replaced with someone who will be more clear-eyed about Russia’s malignancy or competition — another boon for Russia.

Weakening NATO
Trump has regularly attacked American allies in NATO, the weakening of which is a key Russian priority dating back to the founding of NATO.

He has called the trans-Atlantic alliance “obsolete” even though former Soviet satellite states depend on it to resist active Russian hostility and NATO is what allowed the United States to take immediate coalition action following the attacks of September 11, 2001.

Ignoring Ukraine
Trump has been quiet in the face of continued Russian aggression in Ukraine. When asked about Russia’s drive to get back into the G-7 following its expulsion due to the annexation of Crimea, he has avoided the question and blamed Obama."

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Well, the Russians and Iran and Syria, they just beat the international 'war on terror' coalition in Syria.
By freeing whole Syria of the takfiri wahabi regime change proxy force.

Trump didn't fight that war.

So it was Obama who helped the Russians by doing Syria wrong. And Bush who helped Iran by doing Iraq wrong.

Trump hans't helped Russia yet. Not anywhere yet. Maybe he will, but nothing he done helped Russia yet.
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Despite his leadership defects and character flaws, Yanukovych had been duly elected in balloting that international observers considered reasonably free and fair —about the best standard one can hope for outside the mature Western democracies. A decent respect for democratic institutions and procedures meant that he ought to be able to serve out his lawful term as president, which would end in 2016.

Neither the domestic opposition nor Washington and its European Union allies behaved in that fashion. Instead, Western leaders made it clear that they supported the efforts of demonstrators to force Yanukovych to reverse course and approve the EU agreement or, if he would not do so, to remove the president before his term expired. Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), the ranking Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee, went to Kiev to show solidarity with the Euromaidan activists. McCain dined with opposition leaders, including members of the ultra right-wing Svoboda Party , and later appeared on stage in Maidan Square during a mass rally. He stood shoulder to shoulder with Svoboda leader Oleg Tyagnibok.

But McCain’s actions were a model of diplomatic restraint compared to the conduct of Victoria Nuland, the assistant secretary of state for European and Eurasian Affairs. As Ukraine’s political crisis deepened, Nuland and her subordinates became more brazen in favoring the anti-Yanukovych demonstrators. Nuland noted in a speech to the U.S.-Ukraine Foundation on December 13, 2013, that she had traveled to Ukraine three times in the weeks following the start of the demonstrations. Visiting the Maidan on December 5, she handed out cookies to demonstrators and expressed support for their cause.

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The extent of the Obama administration’s meddling in Ukraine’s politics was breathtaking. Russian intelligence intercepted and leaked to the international media a Nuland telephone call in which she and U.S. ambassador to Ukraine Geoffey Pyatt discussed in detail their preferences for specific personnel in a post-Yanukovych government. The U.S-favored candidates included Arseniy Yatsenyuk, the man who became prime minister once Yanukovych was ousted from power. During the telephone call, Nuland stated enthusiastically that “Yats is the guy” who would do the best job.

Nuland and Pyatt were engaged in such planning at a time when Yanukovych was still Ukraine’s lawful president. It was startling to have diplomatic representatives of a foreign country—and a country that routinely touts the need to respect democratic processes and the sovereignty of other nations—to be scheming about removing an elected government and replacing it with officials meriting U.S. approval.

Washington’s conduct not only constituted meddling, it bordered on micromanagement. At one point, Pyatt mentioned the complex dynamic among the three principal opposition leaders, Yatsenyuk, Oleh Tyahnybok, and Vitali Klitschko. Both Pyatt and Nuland wanted to keep Tyahnybok and Klitschko out of an interim government. In the former case, they worried about his extremist ties; in the latter, they seemed to want him to wait and make a bid for office on a longer-term basis. Nuland stated that “I don’t think Klitsch should go into the government. I don’t think it’s necessary.” She added that what Yatseniuk needed “is Klitsch and Tyanhybok on the outside.”

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https://nationalinterest.org/blog/the-sk...risy-21803

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Well, the Russians and Iran and Syria, they just beat the international 'war on terror' coalition in Syria.
By freeing whole Syria of the takfiri wahabi regime change proxy force.

Trump didn't fight that war.

So it was Obama who helped the Russians by doing Syria wrong. And Bush who helped Iran by doing Iraq wrong.

Trump hans't helped Russia yet. Not anywhere yet. Maybe he will, but nothing he done helped Russia yet.

chuckle All you have to do is read the article.

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Despite his leadership defects and character flaws, Yanukovych had been duly elected in balloting that international observers considered reasonably free and fair —about the best standard one can hope for outside the mature Western democracies. A decent respect for democratic institutions and procedures meant that he ought to be able to serve out his lawful term as president, which would end in 2016.

Neither the domestic opposition nor Washington and its European Union allies behaved in that fashion. Instead, Western leaders made it clear that they supported the efforts of demonstrators to force Yanukovych to reverse course and approve the EU agreement or, if he would not do so, to remove the president before his term expired. Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), the ranking Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee, went to Kiev to show solidarity with the Euromaidan activists. McCain dined with opposition leaders, including members of the ultra right-wing Svoboda Party , and later appeared on stage in Maidan Square during a mass rally. He stood shoulder to shoulder with Svoboda leader Oleg Tyagnibok.

But McCain’s actions were a model of diplomatic restraint compared to the conduct of Victoria Nuland, the assistant secretary of state for European and Eurasian Affairs. As Ukraine’s political crisis deepened, Nuland and her subordinates became more brazen in favoring the anti-Yanukovych demonstrators. Nuland noted in a speech to the U.S.-Ukraine Foundation on December 13, 2013, that she had traveled to Ukraine three times in the weeks following the start of the demonstrations. Visiting the Maidan on December 5, she handed out cookies to demonstrators and expressed support for their cause.

ADVERTISING

The extent of the Obama administration’s meddling in Ukraine’s politics was breathtaking. Russian intelligence intercepted and leaked to the international media a Nuland telephone call in which she and U.S. ambassador to Ukraine Geoffey Pyatt discussed in detail their preferences for specific personnel in a post-Yanukovych government. The U.S-favored candidates included Arseniy Yatsenyuk, the man who became prime minister once Yanukovych was ousted from power. During the telephone call, Nuland stated enthusiastically that “Yats is the guy” who would do the best job.

Nuland and Pyatt were engaged in such planning at a time when Yanukovych was still Ukraine’s lawful president. It was startling to have diplomatic representatives of a foreign country—and a country that routinely touts the need to respect democratic processes and the sovereignty of other nations—to be scheming about removing an elected government and replacing it with officials meriting U.S. approval.

Washington’s conduct not only constituted meddling, it bordered on micromanagement. At one point, Pyatt mentioned the complex dynamic among the three principal opposition leaders, Yatsenyuk, Oleh Tyahnybok, and Vitali Klitschko. Both Pyatt and Nuland wanted to keep Tyahnybok and Klitschko out of an interim government. In the former case, they worried about his extremist ties; in the latter, they seemed to want him to wait and make a bid for office on a longer-term basis. Nuland stated that “I don’t think Klitsch should go into the government. I don’t think it’s necessary.” She added that what Yatseniuk needed “is Klitsch and Tyanhybok on the outside.”

Source

https://nationalinterest.org/blog/the-sk...risy-21803

You don't know sh*t about the Ukraine situation.

But your blog sucks,... so have a great Sunday. Hugs Cheer

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Despite his leadership defects and character flaws, Yanukovych had been duly elected in balloting that international observers considered reasonably free and fair —about the best standard one can hope for outside the mature Western democracies. A decent respect for democratic institutions and procedures meant that he ought to be able to serve out his lawful term as president, which would end in 2016.

Neither the domestic opposition nor Washington and its European Union allies behaved in that fashion. Instead, Western leaders made it clear that they supported the efforts of demonstrators to force Yanukovych to reverse course and approve the EU agreement or, if he would not do so, to remove the president before his term expired. Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), the ranking Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee, went to Kiev to show solidarity with the Euromaidan activists. McCain dined with opposition leaders, including members of the ultra right-wing Svoboda Party , and later appeared on stage in Maidan Square during a mass rally. He stood shoulder to shoulder with Svoboda leader Oleg Tyagnibok.

But McCain’s actions were a model of diplomatic restraint compared to the conduct of Victoria Nuland, the assistant secretary of state for European and Eurasian Affairs. As Ukraine’s political crisis deepened, Nuland and her subordinates became more brazen in favoring the anti-Yanukovych demonstrators. Nuland noted in a speech to the U.S.-Ukraine Foundation on December 13, 2013, that she had traveled to Ukraine three times in the weeks following the start of the demonstrations. Visiting the Maidan on December 5, she handed out cookies to demonstrators and expressed support for their cause.

ADVERTISING

The extent of the Obama administration’s meddling in Ukraine’s politics was breathtaking. Russian intelligence intercepted and leaked to the international media a Nuland telephone call in which she and U.S. ambassador to Ukraine Geoffey Pyatt discussed in detail their preferences for specific personnel in a post-Yanukovych government. The U.S-favored candidates included Arseniy Yatsenyuk, the man who became prime minister once Yanukovych was ousted from power. During the telephone call, Nuland stated enthusiastically that “Yats is the guy” who would do the best job.

Nuland and Pyatt were engaged in such planning at a time when Yanukovych was still Ukraine’s lawful president. It was startling to have diplomatic representatives of a foreign country—and a country that routinely touts the need to respect democratic processes and the sovereignty of other nations—to be scheming about removing an elected government and replacing it with officials meriting U.S. approval.

Washington’s conduct not only constituted meddling, it bordered on micromanagement. At one point, Pyatt mentioned the complex dynamic among the three principal opposition leaders, Yatsenyuk, Oleh Tyahnybok, and Vitali Klitschko. Both Pyatt and Nuland wanted to keep Tyahnybok and Klitschko out of an interim government. In the former case, they worried about his extremist ties; in the latter, they seemed to want him to wait and make a bid for office on a longer-term basis. Nuland stated that “I don’t think Klitsch should go into the government. I don’t think it’s necessary.” She added that what Yatseniuk needed “is Klitsch and Tyanhybok on the outside.”

Source

https://nationalinterest.org/blog/the-sk...risy-21803

You don't know sh*t about the Ukraine situation.

But your blog sucks,... so have a great Sunday. Hugs Cheer

Facts suck huh?

You revel in being completely ignorant of real world issues.

If the shoe we're on the other foot and Russia did that to Canada how would that go over?

Or any European country...it might just happen with the new protests springing up all over the EU nations.

"The protesters, who are of all ages, professions and political factions, don't seem to want to back down. "I'm prepared to spend Christmas protesting at this roundabout," one told The Guardian. They want a more equal political and fiscal system, including the reintroduction of the tax on the mega-rich (from 0.5 percent to 1.5 percent, starting from incomes worth more than €800,000), which Macron abolished after his election. Crucially, they want Macron, also known as the "president of the rich," gone."

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https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/why...ar-BBQF3LU
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-24-2018 02:18 AM)
Well, the Russians and Iran and Syria, they just beat the international 'war on terror' coalition in Syria.
By freeing whole Syria of the takfiri wahabi regime change proxy force.

Trump didn't fight that war.

So it was Obama who helped the Russians by doing Syria wrong. And Bush who helped Iran by doing Iraq wrong.

Trump hans't helped Russia yet. Not anywhere yet. Maybe he will, but nothing he done helped Russia yet.

chuckle All you have to do is read the article.

Still seems to me Russia helped Russia in Syria.
You overlook how well Russia, Syria and Iran did in their fight to free Syria and it's people. They step by step freed city by city and area by area, and all the places they freeed, they also keep safe. People doing Christmas again...

Propping up Assad is a way of speaking that is deplorablle He Man. Assad wasn't being propped up, he was the Syrian president who got his country invaded by foreign Saudi and Israeli and US backed fighters.
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chuckle All you have to do is read the article.

Still seems to me Russia helped Russia in Syria.
You overlook how well Russia, Syria and Iran did in their fight to free Syria and it's people. They step by step freed city by city and area by area, and all the places they freeed, they also keep safe. People doing Christmas again...

Propping up Assad is a way of speaking that is deplorablle He Man. Assad wasn't being propped up, he was the Syrian president who got his country invaded by foreign Saudi and Israeli and US backed fighters.

But he does wish to eliminate Kurds or at minimum erase their culture.
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chuckle All you have to do is read the article.

Still seems to me Russia helped Russia in Syria.
You overlook how well Russia, Syria and Iran did in their fight to free Syria and it's people. They step by step freed city by city and area by area, and all the places they freeed, they also keep safe. People doing Christmas again...

Propping up Assad is a way of speaking that is deplorablle He Man. Assad wasn't being propped up, he was the Syrian president who got his country invaded by foreign Saudi and Israeli and US backed fighters.

No friend Assad was a corrupt and brutal tyrants with a horrible human rights record similar to Saddam in brutality. The Syrian civil war was not created by anybody but Assad.

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OP has a hard on for Trump ! chuckle
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Liberals have to sell the pull out as bad because most Americans never supported putting troops in Syria in the first place.

Everything he is for they are against.

I hope Trump announces his support for breathing soon.

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Trump is so clearly doing Putin's bidding and doing it because he is compromised by Russian intelligence and needs future business loans and still wants to build a Trump Tower Moscow. Scream1

Here’s how Trump has achieved Russia’s policy goals
It's not just abruptly pulling out of Syria against the advice of mostly everyone. The list goes on.

"This week, President Donald Trump unilaterally decided to pull American troops out of Syria after declaring victory, then saw his Defense Secretary, James Mattis, quit in protest of Trump’s national security worldview. These abrupt developments caused no end of alarm, frustration, and turmoil in most American political quarters as well as in the capitals of American allies.

Trump said on Friday, however, that he was the toughest president in history when it came to dealing with Russia. He did not point to specifics.

Donald J. Trump

@realDonaldTrump
There has never been a president who has been tougher (but fair) on China or Russia - Never, just look at the facts. The Fake News tries so hard to paint the opposite picture.

In reality, Russian President Vladimir Putin and his allies were among the few people on earth who were happy with the American president’s moves. Russia’s goal when it comes to the United States is chaos, gaining larger areas of unfettered influence, and disrupting Western alliances.

In fact, many of the Trump administration’s most inexplicable or controversial foreign policy moves begin to make sense when viewed as Trump capitulating to Russian policy objectives.

Here are a few:

Withdrawing from Syria
Trump said Thursday that Russia is “not happy” with his decision to pull the United States out of Syria, despite the fact that Putin directly praised Trump’s decision, saying, “If the United States decided to withdraw its force, then this would be right.”

Fox News’ Shepard Smith responded to the news by saying it was “hard to believe what’s happened. In the face of counsel not to do so by everyone in his administration and everyone in the Pentagon, the president gets off a phone call with the president of Turkey, then does the bidding of Russia, and Vladimir Putin thanks him, while the defense secretary resigns. It is unprecedented in American history, isn’t it?”

On Saturday, the American envoy to the global coalition fighting ISIS, Brett McGurk, resigned his post in protest of Trump’s decision to withdraw from Syria. In McGurk’s email to staff, he said Trump’s reversal “left our coalition partners confused and our fighting partners bewildered.”

Russia has been both fighting ISIS and propping up Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, and has also had historical strategic ties to Syria. It has been actively hostile to relief groups like the White Helmets. The departure of American forces from the country is unquestionably a boon for Putin.

Driving Mattis out
Secretary Mattis’s resignation letter explained that he could not remain in Trump’s cabinet because of a disagreement about “being clear-eyed about both malign actors and strategic competitors,” one paragraph after saying China and Russia “want to shape a world consistent with their authoritarian model.” Mattis is very unlikely to be replaced with someone who will be more clear-eyed about Russia’s malignancy or competition — another boon for Russia.

Weakening NATO
Trump has regularly attacked American allies in NATO, the weakening of which is a key Russian priority dating back to the founding of NATO.

He has called the trans-Atlantic alliance “obsolete” even though former Soviet satellite states depend on it to resist active Russian hostility and NATO is what allowed the United States to take immediate coalition action following the attacks of September 11, 2001.

Ignoring Ukraine
Trump has been quiet in the face of continued Russian aggression in Ukraine. When asked about Russia’s drive to get back into the G-7 following its expulsion due to the annexation of Crimea, he has avoided the question and blamed Obama."

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Still seems to me Russia helped Russia in Syria.
You overlook how well Russia, Syria and Iran did in their fight to free Syria and it's people. They step by step freed city by city and area by area, and all the places they freeed, they also keep safe. People doing Christmas again...

Propping up Assad is a way of speaking that is deplorablle He Man. Assad wasn't being propped up, he was the Syrian president who got his country invaded by foreign Saudi and Israeli and US backed fighters.

No friend Assad was a corrupt and brutal tyrants with a horrible human rights record similar to Saddam in brutality. The Syrian civil war was not created by anybody but Assad.

He wasn't particular brutal. He just let Hammas through to Israel, which was a problem for Israel, and he didn't side with western and other arab interests regarding the South Pars gas field, which would be a huge benefit for Iran and Russia, and a loss to Israel and many other arab and western companies. And he is friendly with Iran and Russia and trades with these nations in many other ways. It's partly Russia's access to the mid east.

These are all the sort of reasons that matter, for why these things are done.

And you know, if Hammas is such a problem cos they are 'blow yourself up terrorists'. And you wanna help people to get rid of that. Then you don't train even more brutal fanatics to do it with. Cos it would be everything you are against.

There is no economic interest in removing tyrants. That is not what we are doing. Maybe we now and again happen to hit on a real ashole, but we don't mind replacing that one with an even bigger asshole. And we don't mind millions of displaced people, or turning whole streets and cities to rubble...

Sorry, Obama was not freeing Syrians from a tyrant, out to kill them. Assad and even Gaddafi were not only hardcore assholes, their countries were not basketcases.
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