How often is betrayal by the empire of lies too often?
Throughout the post-WW II period and earlier, US regimes proved that they can never be trusted.
Time and again, they say one thing, then go another way.
Whenever nations free from their control engage in diplomatic outreach to resolve issues, betrayal virtually always follows because the empire of lies and forever wars prioritizes pursuit of its hegemonic aims by brute force and other dirty tricks.
The Obama/Biden regime began conflict now ongoing in Ukraine — not Russia.
In compliance with the UN Charter’s right of self-defense, the Russian Federation’s February intervention occurred after years of good faith diplomacy failed to end US-orchestrated and directed aggression by Ukrainian Nazis on Donbass civilians.
It launched its SMO defensively because the empire of lies prioritizes perpetual wars over peace, stability, and cooperative relations with other nations in compliance with rule of law principles.
That’s where things now stand.
Dominant Biden regime hardliners, their Western vassals and US-installed NATO puppet, Stoltenberg, minced no words saying that Russia “cannot be allowed to” defeat Ukrainian Nazis.
Reading lines scripted by his US master for him to recite last month, he hyperventilated the following, saying:
“If we let Putin win, all of us will pay a much higher price, for many years to come (sic).”
“Because then the lesson learned by President Putin and other authoritarian leaders (sic) is that they can achieve their goals by using brute force (sic).”
“So they will be emboldened to use even more force once again (sic).”
“That will make our world more dangerous and all of us more vulnerable (sic).”
So US-dominated NATO “will continue to stand with Ukrain(ian) (Nazis) for as long as it takes.”
At the start of Russia’s liberating SMO, Vladimir Putin vowed to demilitarize and deNazify Ukraine, as well as liberate Donbass entirely from the scourge of Nazified occupation.
Last September, Russia’s Deputy Security Council Chairman, Dmitry Medvedev, stressed the following:
“The goals set by the president of our country and the supreme commander-in-chief will be achieved in this operation.”
Nothing should divert Russia from continued pursuit of its legitimate aims.
Its only sensible option is unconditional capitulation by the made-in-the-USA, Nazi-infested, Ukrainian monster.
At age-99, near-centenarian Henry Kissinger shows signs of senility.
An unindicted war criminal many times over, his legacy includes abhorrence of rule of law principles, shared responsibility for millions of corpses in multiple US war theaters, involvement in plotting coups for the empire of lies, support for brutal dictatorships and related crimes against humanity.
In support of Israeli apartheid, he endorsed war on Islam.
In 1974, his secret National Security Study Memorandum 200 (NSSM 200) expressed support for large-scale depopulation worldwide to eliminate what he called “useless eaters.”
“Depopulation should be the highest priority of US foreign policy towards the Third World,” he stressed.
Expressing support for involuntary mass sterilizations, he pushed it as a prerequisite for US aid.
What he proposed a near-half century ago is playing out today in real time by pushing kill shots and all else flu/covid.
Mindless of the human toll, he backed decades of no-holds-barred US war on humanity in pursuit of its imperial aims.
Yet last week in an op-ed, titled “How to Avoid Another World War” — perhaps already begun by US-dominated NATO against nonthreatening Russia — he defied his longstanding warrior legacy by calling for “achieving peace (in Ukraine) through negotiation (sic).”
Expressing support for “internationally supervised referendums” for the UN Charter right of self-determination in areas of Ukraine now part of Russia ignored that their people already voted overwhelmingly by this process to join the Russian Federation.
Returning them to Nazified control would constitute betrayal — how the empire of lies and its Western vassals operate, clearly not Russia.
What Kissinger urged in his op-ed is wrong-headed.
He failed to acknowledge the reality of perpetual US wars on invented enemies, including his involvement as an imperial spear-carrier in and out of office.
Nor did he admit that hegemons don’t negotiate.
They demand everything in return for hollow promises to be breached at their discretion.
Earlier when Russia engaged in diplomatic outreach to the US/West, its good faith efforts were betrayed.
Wherever the empire of lies goes, its Western vassals follow — even when self-inflicting harm like now.
It’s proof positive that they can never be trusted, their word never their bond.
Engaging with them diplomatically again would be a colossal mistake like earlier.
The only language their ruling regimes understand is toughness.
Russia’s only recourse is to give them a bellyful.
Anything less would be counterproductive and self-defeating.
A personal note:
I cherish peace, equity and justice according to rule of law principles and abhor wars because of devastation they cause.
And waging them assures more to follow.
History bears this out.
It also shows the reality of US perpetual war-making from inception against invented enemies in pursuit of its imperial aims, especially throughout the post-WW II period.
As long as its ruling regimes prioritize war-making on humanity over the other way around, evolutionary biologist Ernst Mayr may be proved right.
Noting that species on average survive about 100,000 years, he said humanity has been around about that long.
Given its current disturbing path, humans may the first species ever to self-destruct — and take all others with it at the same time.