I illustrated this by pointing out that Russian President Vladimir Putin complained Friday about "one-way" Western military demands and promised that Russia will respond to U.S. and NATO military expansion near its borders. "We have been put in a situation where we have to react," Putin said of U.S. plans to deploy a missile defense system in Poland and the Czech Republic and build new bases in Romania and Bulgaria. "They tried to convince us that all these activities aren't against Russia, but our concerns have gone unanswered," Putin said. "Unfortunately our partners use a diplomatic and informational cover to hide their real plans." "We have been put in a situation where we have to react. We have been forced to make certain decisions. Russia will always respond to this new challenge," Putin said.
Putin said he sees a "new turn in the arms race" in which "well-developed countries" invest more to produce better weapons than those in Russia. Putin promised that balance would soon shift. "In the near future, we will develop new weapons that have the same characteristics, and in some cases better characteristics, as those being built by other countries," he said. Russia will counter Bush
At the Munich Conference on Security Policy where Afghanistan was a central topic A central theme of Gates' speech was his assertion that al-Qaida extremists, either in Afghanistan or elsewhere, pose a greater threat to Europe than many Europeans realize. After delivering his prepared remarks Gates fielded questions from his audience, which included dozens of top government officials, mainly from Europe and the United States, as well as military officers, private security specialists, members of Congress and European parliamentarians.
** A member of the Russian parliament, leading off the questioning, accused the United States of having created today's al-Qaida threat through its support in the 1980s for the mujahadeen resistance to Soviet occupation of Afghanistan. Bingo! Also addressing the conference was Sergei Ivanov, the former Russian defense minister who is now a deputy prime minister. He advocated joining forces to fight international terrorism, but suggested the United States has motives that are out of step with those of Russia and other countries. "Some states strive to exploit anti-terrorist activities as a pretext to achieving their own geopolitical and economic goals," Ivanov said, apparently referring to the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003. Bingo, Bingo, Bingo! Gates lied but Russia was right accusing Bush of using terrorism to achieve a hidden agenda
My question was why the hell can Americans not realize this has been a set up from the very beginning so the people behind Bush can achieve their idea of new world order? I included a step by step illustration!
** I often say All that remains is for Bush to find the excuse to attack Iran and get this going. I am afraid that Bush has set the agenda for the US regardless of who gets elected as our next President. Whoever it is will be forced to fight the future wars Bush has set the stage for! The only benefit of having a Democratic President will be to the lives of the elderly and average Americans!
Well now it is getting rapidly worse but I do believe Obama can and should put an end to all this! First I found out today that American fighter jets intercepted two Russian bombers, one of which buzzed a U.S. aircraft carrier in the western Pacific on Saturday, U.S. military officials told CNN Monday. One of them twice flew about 2,000 feet over the deck of the USS Nimitz Saturday while another flew about 50 miles away, officials said. Two others were at least 100 miles away, the military reported. U.S. defense officials said four F/A-18A fighter jets from the Nimitz were in the air. Russian bombers buzz the Nimitz
*** Of course Russia doesn't see a problem or understand the hoopla but in the race towards world war three I do. However I now believe this can all be avoided. If in steps Barack Obama. It will benefit him in getting the nomination and ultimate election as our President and will release tensions, anxieties, and the otherwise promise of World War Three. Sen. Barack Obama heads into the so-called Potomac primaries looking to sustain the momentum he mustered in his sweep of five Democratic contests last weekend. The demographics in Tuesday's primaries suggest the senator from Illinois could pull off a political hat trick over rival Sen. Hillary Clinton.
Victories in Maryland, Virginia and the District would give Barack Obama a narrow but undisputed lead among pledged delegates to the Democratic National Convention. Together with the rest of his recent string of victories, such a sweep would bestow unmistakable momentum heading toward next week's primary in Wisconsin and caucus in Hawaii. That kind of success normally would be enough to crown someone a front-runner, but in this case, it would make Obama, as Democratic pollster Mark Mellman put it, a front-runner by inches in a tied race. In this race at least, as Democratic strategist Don Fowler noted, front-runner does not mean winner. 8 questions the Potomac Primary can answer
Barak should sweep because people are catching on that he is our answer! I firmly believe that he should reach out to Russia and let them know the war mongering will end after he is elected and that Russia and the US should unite to secure the future of the world and their would be no need or tolerance of anymore weapons improvements or proliferation. That would give Barack the nomination and win him the election. It is the only way I can think of to put a halt to the race to an earth shattering nuclear World War Three. Please tell me what you think and please pass the idea around!