Wednesday, August 07, 2013

Who is the bigger imperialist power: U. S or Russia

According to Vladimir Putin it is America.

"Veteran Kremlin-watcher Fyodor Lukyanov last month commented that letting Snowden into Russia would be like “turning a small headache into a major migraine.’’

As Lukyanov puts it: ‘’If Putin cares about nothing else, he cares about how the Third World thinks about Russia. And the Third World sees Snowden as a hero who spilled the beans on imperialist America. Putin is sensitive to that. There’s too much at stake not to be.”

“George W. Bush claimed in 2001 that he had looked into the Russian leader’s eyes and “was able to get a sense of his soul.”

Could he have seen that, six years later, Putin would stun the annual Munich Security Conference with a fiery speech that railed against the U.S. and came just short of declaring a new Cold War? He slammed U.S. military action in the Middle East as “unilateral” and “illegitimate,” saying Washington had created global instability. “They bring us to the abyss of one conflict after another,” Putin said.” NBC News

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  1. There's no question that it's the U.S. All it takes is to look at the U.S. military establishment worldwide to see the difference.

    The United States has the entire world divided up into military "commands" the most recent being AfriCom. Each command is headed by a senior general who exercises not only military duties but also diplomatic functions within his command - sort of a proconsul.

    Which of the two nations has been waging wars to enforce its political will since 1990? Only one.

    I could go on and on...

  2. Mound, right on. I agree with you.