Tag: foreign

President Carter wants to thank you for making his presidency look decent

If you have been avoiding what is really going on so you can keep living in your liberal bubble of how awesome team Obama’s popularity, and hence according to people that think that should be the measure of their effectiveness, the world is, These last few days should suck ass. Where to begin?

There is so much shit it literally boggles the mind. So I will stick to the real current stuff. Remember that peace deal Kerry told us Team Obama had secured? Calling it a disaster would be an understatement. In fact, it is so bad that Gorbachev decided he needed to comment on it.

Hey wasn’t it one of the current candidates for the office of POTUS that negotiated a new reset with Moscow in the heydays of the Obama world tour of popularism? I wonder why she isn’t mentioning that as one of her long list of accomplishments these days? And things have gotten so f-ed up that even the highly biased Nobel peace prize gang of thugs that once gave Obama an award simply because he wasn’t that cowboy Boosh, now would like to take it back (or at least for you to forget this idiotic act of political Kabuki).

Anyway, here is something to think about as we keep getting told that Trump is the one that will start WWIII:

Moscow (AFP) – Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev warned on Monday that the world has reached a “dangerous point” as tensions between Russia and the United States spike over the Syria conflict.

Relations between Moscow and Washington — already at their lowest since the Cold War over the Ukraine conflict — have soured further in recent days as the United States pulled the plug on Syria talks and accused Russia of hacking attacks.

The Kremlin has suspended a series of nuclear pacts, including a symbolic cooperation deal to cut stocks of weapons-grade plutonium.

“I think the world has reached a dangerous point,” Gorbachev, 85, told state news agency RIA Novosti.

Anyone doubt Clinton will do anything but worse than the current community organizer? I certainly am not. But hey! Both are very, very popular around the globe. Especially in countries that love to see the US brought low and actually pine for its destruction. But that’s a sign of great statesmanship and a coherent foreign policy policy that makes the world a better place!

Or something, something…