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Mar 9, 2018

President Putin’s message to the West: “Our policy will never be based on aspirations for exceptionalism; we are defending our interests and respect the interests of other countries.”

President Putin’s message to the West: “Our policy will never be based on aspirations for exceptionalism; we are defending our interests and respect the interests of other countries.”
It seems that President Putin’s speech has been in the news. The military personnel support the Trump administration but they uniformly talk about Russian threat. They are such simple-minded people that they believe all countries in the world should obey the U.S. Therefore, they cannot forgive Russia represented by President Putin, who says: “any pressure against our country by any power cannot be accepted.” Countries which showed such attitude like as Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya have been destroyed by the U.S.

The U.S. tried to destroy Syria like other countries but was completely defeated by Russian intervention. The U.S. has lost its prestige and fallen into chaos.

The U.S. cannot directly confront Russia because it will lead to destruction of this planet. That’s why they carry out a strategy to weaken Russia by repeatedly launching unprovoked attacks including economic sanctions. However, it has come back as a boomerang, which leads to weakening the U.S.

Mr. Paul Craig Roberts makes an excellent comment on this subject: The world won’t be safe until “the dumbshit of Washington” is committed to an insane asylum. The problem is that there are quite a few white hats in the U.S. military who are advised to be committed to an insane asylum.

March 4, 2018
Masatoshi Takeshita

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Shanti-phula has indicated some parts of the following text in black boldface type or in red letters.

English translation of the Japanese version of Sputnik: March 4, 2018 by Tachiana Flona –

What kind of weapons did President Putin show and who did he keep in mind when giving a speech?


The mass media in the world has discussed in detail an annual state of the nation address Russian President Putin delivered to the Federal Assembly. President Putin devoted most part of the speech to explain Russian latest model of weapons. We have a general impression that foreign media is excited. His remark, in particular, that the Russian government has “invincible weapons” is interpreted by some of foreign media as an apparent threat to the West and nothing but a declaration of new “cold war.”

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The Washington Post, an American daily newspaper, sees President Putin’s speech as an “announcement for the U.S. government” in response to a plan to develop new nuclear weapons recently announced by the Trump administration. <snip>

Associate Professor Gevorg Mirzayan at the Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation, (head of the department of Political Science), shares this opinion and told in an interview with Sputnik: “The U.S. new strategic policy on national security by nuclear has been approved literally during the last few months. The U.S. never hides its intention to force its geopolitical partners to act in such a manner as the U.S. needs. President Putin has made it clear that any pressure against our country by any power cannot be accepted, not verbally but by showing Russian latest weapons.”

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However, virtually any foreign reporter does not point out the most important message in President Putin’s speech. While announcing the latest weapons, President Putin emphasized as follows: “Our policy will never be based on aspirations for exceptionalism; we are defending our interests and respect the interests of other countries.” Associate Professor Gevorg Mirzayan points out that how the situation will develop depends on the behavior of the U.S.

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President Putin has described a new kind of reality. Psychologists divide responses to this new reality into several stages.  The first stage is to always provoke anger and refusal action and then refuse to accept new reality as an objective fact. We exactly see this stage in foreign media. However, Russia has to endure it calmly without getting hysterical and calm down analysts. And after that, undoubtedly they will make more competent analysis on how to live in this new world. However, it will take some time for the U.S. to reach this stage, because the current U.S. policy is literally got caught up in the mythology of Russian threat and a new cold war against Russia.”

According to Russian Presidential Press Secretary Peskov, Russian new weapons do not pose a threat to anyone who does not harbor the intentions of attacking Russia.


Excerpt from a Japanese article: Overseas Articles Never Reported by Mass Media – March 4, 2018 –

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March 1, 2018
Paul Craig Roberts

As I figured would be the case, Putin’s message to the West that Russia cannot be intimidated and that the nations must work together to deal with world problems was far over the heads of the dumbshit “exceptional” Americans.

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CNN rushed out an idiot named Samantha Vinograd who served as a staffer on Obama’s National Security Council.

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The idiot Samantha Vinograd says the solution is more sanctions on Russia.

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All the illegal sanctions did was to produce Russian military superiority over the utter fools in Washington.

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The world won’t be safe until the government of the United States is committed to an insane asylum.

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