U.S. FOREIGN POLICY: A TRIP DOWN THE EMERALD ROAD TO OZ

Russia was our ally in taking Obama off the hot seat in Syria: when he drew a red line and Assad crossed it regarding chemical weapons. Putin came in and brokered a deal to rid the country of chemical weapon. Russia cooperated in these actions against Iran and supported the U.N. resolution.

Russia stopped Prorochenko (Ukrainian President) from ethnic cleansing in the Ukraine. Russia only responded in kind whereas Putin could have come in and taken the entire country.

The U.S. brought sanctions against Russia or taking the Crimea when in fact America and the EU and NATO promised not to go into Eastern Europe. That deal was concluded by James Backer, representing George Bush Sr. and the United State. The U.S. and NATO violated that agreement a dozen times, pushing back the Soviet Union’s old borders and threatening to cut Russia off from Europe.

Russia IS NOT A TREAT to America or to Europe. Russia only wants to be respected and be a player on the world stage. It is the U.S. military and the Obama administration that wants “Enemies:” so the military can demand a bigger budget, so they can play war games – that is, after all, what the military is trained for. “When you are trained to use a gun, the whole world looks like a target.”

Administrations want war so they can pas legislation easier. More spying, more jobs for patronage, more power. It’s an old game first spelled out by George Orwell in “1984” If you read that book, you will find the administration’s policy word for word with what Orwell wrote 70 years ago.

As for the next greatest threat: China. That is ridiculous beyond words. China wants only to grow economically. The vying for the small islands between China and the Philippines and Vietnam and Myanmar are for bragging rights. They have nothing to do with territorial expansion.

The greatest threat to world peace is North Korea. And, up until recently, China was on the side of the U.S., pressuring North Korea to not test more missiles or nuclear weapons tests. That all stopped with the U.S. military pivot to Asia. Because of that, China now sees North Korea as a buffer between it and South Korea

China is now trading more with North Korea that’s ever because of U.S. policy.

A Chinese official said, “It is impossible to cooperate fully (with America) on the Korean peninsula as long as the U.S. continues to engage in provocative behavior there.

So no, instead of an ally putting pressure on the world’s must dangerous and unstable regime in the world, we have an enemy on the side of that country. Isn’t that forward thinking by our illustrious leaders?

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