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Monday, May 11, 2015

The childish behaviour of western leaders towards Russia.

Russia celebrated the Allied victory over Nazism on Saturday without U.S. President Obama and other Western leaders present, as they demean the extraordinary sacrifice of the Russian people in winning World War II – a gesture intended to humiliate President Putin, writes ex-CIA analyst Ray McGovern.
Obama’s decision to join other Western leaders in snubbing Russia’s weekend celebration of the 70th anniversary of Victory in Europe looks more like pouting than statesmanship, especially in the context of the U.S. mainstream media’s recent anti-historical effort to downplay Russia’s crucial role in defeating Nazism.
Though designed to isolate Russia because it had the audacity to object to the Western-engineered coup d’├ętat in Ukraine on Feb. 22, 2014, this snub of Russia’s President Vladimir Putin – like the economic sanctions against Russia – is likely to backfire on the U.S. and its European allies by strengthening ties between Russia and the emerging Asian giants of China and India.
Notably, the dignitaries who will show up at this important commemoration include the presidents of China and India, representing a huge chunk of humanity, who came to show respect for the time seven decades ago when the inhumanity of the Nazi regime was defeated – largely by Russia’s stanching the advance of Hitler’s armies, at a cost of 20 to 30 million lives.
Obama’s boycott is part of a crass attempt to belittle Russia and to cram history itself into an anti-Putin, anti-Russian alternative narrative. It is difficult to see how Obama and his friends could have come up with a pettier and more gratuitous insult to the Russian people.
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The west is well known for re-writing history, as a matter of fact, their main policy has always been, "he who wins writes it" it's own way.
First Nation have experienced these policies for many centuries. If one looks at the history books it's full of, "if it wasn't for us coming here, they would still be cannibals and warring against each other".
Fact is, if First Nations were like what they described, they (europeans) would never have had a foot hold on Turtle Island (aka;americas)
Not many know that there is no translation for the word "WAR" in any of the languages of the people. The closest definition of that word one can find would be "mass murder".
We can see this "manifest destiny" policy clearly alive and well with the west's behavior in the Arab lands, the "our way or else" is killing millions, destroying one country after another, then they sit there, patting themselves on the back for a job well done.
In the well researched book, "stolen continent" it is estimated that between 45 to 90 million people lived in the americas before the white man came...showing that the description of history books that we were all war like is ridiculous.
Just look at who many are left and you see the ongoing nature of western culture at the expense of others, even today.
All this is not siding with Russia or any other nation, but exposing historical fact, if we do recognize reality and truth, then the odds of repeating history is lower, if we don't then they will find some way of justifying an ongoing crime against humanity, against all international laws...
What is ironic is the German chancellor claiming what is happening in Ukraine as been criminal...
I just shook my head when I read that one....

Historical fact is; 75% of Germany's military might was on the Russian front, showing clearly that if it wasn't for the Russian people's sacrifice, would there have even been a Normandy or would it have gone in the direction of dieppe. If it wasn't for Germany's miscalculation, even england would have been saluting him.
Like I said; it's not about taking sides, but recognizing the contribution, away from politics, of the sacrifice of the Russian people...or just been polite about it.
Writing history away from facts does not achieve the ultimate goal of humanity living "with" each other with respect, but keeps us in the same place, for centuries to come...if we survive that long.

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