No Trace of Right Attitude

Maybe in another 50 to 100 years, if ever.

My devotion and support for Russian President Vladimir Putin went up a further notch today when I read his remarks to the newly accredited US Ambassador, made at the routine accreditation ceremony for new ambassadors in Moscow, held yesterday.

I cannot tell this revealing story without using some crucial and vital quotes from this accompanying short News Front article.

It tells of a United States (I refuse to use/misuse the name ‘America’ for that despicable nation) still self-enamoured by its own self-manufactured glitz and not in any condition yet to have proper, ‘normal’ that is, dealings with any other rationally minded nation on Earth.

You can read the full NewsFront report on the link below, but I also have to make my own feelings known using some of the involved parties well chosen words.

Pooling the separately reported statements together, President Putin to new US Ambassador, Lynn Tracy…

“Dear Madam Ambassador, I don’t want to disturb the benign atmosphere of presenting credentials (and I know you may not agree with my opinion), but I cannot help saying today that the use by the United States of America in its foreign policy of such tools as supporting the so-called coloured revolutions, supporting in this regard the coup d’etat in Kiev in 2014, ultimately led to the current Ukrainian crisis and further contributed negatively to the deterioration of Russian-US relations.”

“Relations between Russia and the United States, on which global security and stability directly depend, are unfortunately in deep crisis. It is based on principally different approaches to shaping the modern world order.”

“But we have always been in favour of building Russian-American relations exclusively on the principles of equality, respect for each other’s sovereignty and interests and non-interference in each other’s internal affairs. This will remain our guideline in the future.”

I don’t know if that was all he said, but it is enough. And the complete statement could not be made bolder or clearer with any number of further words.

The Ambassador chose Twitter to make her response, which was, reportedly…

“You know, I have been to different countries and talked to different heads of state, but I didn’t feel comfortable around Putin. I felt like he was in charge, not me. I’ve never felt this way before. It was very uncomfortable.”

Poor dear. Bested, dressed down, and made to feel uncomfortable. I would personally call it ‘being put in her place’, and I make no further comment of a personal nature, at risk of using – no matter how justified – insulting words.

It is evident that an attitude adjustment must be made, and not only at an ambassadorial level, before any rapprochement can be made. I can’t see it happening. Not in 50 or 100 years. At least not until that accursed nation truly bottoms out, somewhere in lonely, friendless, impotent, solitude (the road they are now travelling). Mr Putin’s guidelines for a future of equality, respect and non-inteference face a long and possibly endless wait for a properly adjusted US attitude to be on offer.

‘An under-covered America’ – NewsFront, by Sergey Strokan, RT.

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