Concern: Supporting Putin’s Crimea Seizure …Russia’s New Pal, China


by Marilyn Assenheim

Vladimir Putin’s unapologetic and remorseless invasion of the Ukraine has gained steam in the face of the rest of the world’s ineffectual reaction to it. Monday brought with it fresh reason for alarm. Sky NEWS HD broke the startling news that Russia’s seizure in the Ukraine is supported by her once-bitter enemy, China.

Sky NEWS amplified: “Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov discussed Ukraine by telephone with his Chinese counterpart, Wang Yi, on Monday, and claimed they had ‘broadly coinciding points of view’ on the situation there, according to a ministry statement.” That announcement is weightier than its bland demeanor implies.

Russia and China have been at each other’s throats since both adopted politically variant Communist strategies. Any new agreement between the two, on aggressive foreign policy decisions, offers ample grounds for what the Washington corridor would refer to as a “cause for concern.” Russia’s and China’s combined military strength are a more-than-ample retort to the incessant finger-wagging and mind-numbing, impotent “diplomatic” strategy that the rest of the Kumbaya world (U.N, EU and America) has of late advanced, despite evidence that it has never solved foreign policy problems. Never, in the entirety of recorded history. Not once.

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