Strange if not peculiar, everyone is on the bandwagon to punish Russia over the cliff for invading Georgia, which had cause to do so, now we find they used cluster bombs against their own kind, this is no-good news-history will report the truth after it is all said and done, it always does, and as I said before, we will be finding out more truths as time goes by, and the longer time goes by, the more guiltier Georgia is, and its trouble making president, that has brought the west to the onset of WWIII; everyone things Russia is kidding, when they say take our pick between hem and us. We are not playing any longer with a wild card in our packets, and Georgia is not worth the price everyone is paying, and if the folks of Georgia want to back up their president, let them do so, but now with American money, weapons or protection. I for own see no gain in it, only loss. And to be truthful, there is no moral victory here; it is a stain on us from the beginning. Why we are there I don’t know.
Anyhow, so everyone in the west wants to punish Russia (or perhaps it is just Georgia and the United States) and no one is talking about punishing China who invaded Tibet, killed a million or two Tibetans, and had the world go to their Olympics. What kind of massage is that to the world, to Russia, to China? Perhaps the European side of the world is more important. Perhaps, Japan, Taiwan, Australia, and all those other Asian countries could care less, Even South Korea says nothing. Perhaps China knows how to silence these countries, and therefore, shut America up. Whatever is the case, it is a double standard. They belong to the WTO, with the US’s blessings, and we talk about stopping Russia, over a country with a ruler like the they got in Zimbabwe.
China is less of a friend than Russia, and may even end up in due time, at war with Russia, or comrades in a way against the West, they do have a long boarder with Russia, and think alike in many ways.
We should realize, Russia does not think like the west, it never has, and we all know it, yet we all try to wipe the stripes off its back.
When I want to make a friend out of someone, I allow them to be who they are, and except them for who they are. And deal with it from that perspective. You can’t change people, or a people, you change yourself, to adjust, or get out of their town.
We were doing the best we could do, with a people half subdued, and that was pretty good. Now we are doing not so well, and soon doors once opened will be shut. There is another world out there besides America and Europe. South America once pro North American is leaning towards Asia and Russia and he Middle East. We will lose them soon also.
I’m sure there are many factors involved here, there always is, greed being number one, stability being in there someplace, and preventing the inevitable. Whatever the case is, we must feel better dealing with Russia, because we act braver with them than China, I mean, would America really go to war with China over Taiwan? I don’t think so, unless we are crazier than they.
We may find out in future time, America is hoping to get out of that commitment I bet. Soon China will own that part of Asia, and then what? I think Russia has pulled back as much as it intends to do, and push into such countries more willing to support them, and keep the money flowing, countries like Venezuela, and Cuba, and Iran. They can do more for Russia, than little Georgia, and China can use their oil, they need it bad.
The big loser, Europe.
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