Russian Government Insouciant?
02, 2017 "Information
- On March 1 the US National Reconnaissance
Office launched a spy satellite carried by an
Atlas V rocket that was
a Russian RD-180 engine.
Unites States, an alleged “superpower,” is not
capable of putting its own spy satellites into
space. The "superpower”
is dependent on Russia,
which provides the “superpower” with the rocket
engines to put up spy satellites to spy on
have in Lenin’s words, the Russians selling
Washington the rope with which to hang Russia!
Russia value a few more US dollars more than it
values its national existence? Apparently so.
Atlanticist Integrationists, the Washington
funded and supported Fifth Column inside Russia,
inside the Russian media, and inside the Russian
government, so much desire to be part of the
decadent and immoral West that they are willing
to sacrifice Russian sovereignty and are
willing, like all of Europe, Canada, Australia,
and Japan, to be Washington’s vassal? Yes.
other explanation is there for Russia enabling
Washington to spy on Russia and to have the
capability compliments of Russia to target
Russia with nuclear weapons in a pre-emptive
seems Russia is more interested in US dollars
and “cooperation with Washington” than in
wonder the neoconservatives believe that Putin
will acquiesce in Russia’s demise at
Washington’s New World Order of tyranny toward
all seems safely on course. Russia is enabling
Washington’s dominance by putting Washington’s
spy satellites in space for Washington.
next Russia will provide Washington with the
location of all its nuclear-armed submarines and
the movement schedule of its train track-based
ICBMs. Why not if it ensures “cooperation with
Washington,” apparently the Russian government’s
it amazing. Washington imposes sanction package
after sanction package on Russia, and Putin
continues to sell Washington the rocket engines
it needs to send up its spy satellites!!!!!
help the Russians.
Paul Craig Roberts was Assistant Secretary of
the Treasury for Economic Policy and associate
editor of the Wall Street Journal. He was
columnist for Business Week, Scripps Howard News
Service, and Creators Syndicate. He has had many
university appointments. His internet columns
have attracted a worldwide following. Roberts'
latest books are
The Failure of Laissez Faire
Capitalism and Economic Dissolution of the West,
How America Was Lost,
The Neoconservative Threat to
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