I would imagine that this is Vladimir Putin’s image (above) of the Russiagate-pandering warmongering-democrats, at the moment. I’m sure Vlad is laughing his ass off, as he watches these whiny-ass paper-tigers suddenly and quickly retreating.
What a sad, pathetic, fucking joke this government is. Vladimir Putin finally flexes his nuclear power muscles, after being harassed and threatened for the last eighteen years, and this Anglo-Zionist Empire suddenly folds up like ‘the-mouse-that-roared’, cowardly-bitch it is and has always been. As the world now realizes, the U.S. Corporation, and its NATO puppets, will only take on, or bully, third-world nations, living two-thousand years in the past: Iraq, Afghanistan, Yemen, etc, etc.
And Russia is no third-world nation! In fact, the U.S. Corporation is now number two in the world and free-falling quickly, just like those three [control-detonated] WTC towers on 9-11, which the U.S. Corporation had ordered.
So, Americans better stop listening to the asinine, braggadocious rantings of warmongering imbeciles, like senile John McCain, before it is too late!
‘Urgently Engage With Russia’: US senators call for dialogue after new nuclear arsenal unveiled — RT World News
Published time: 9 Mar, 2018
A group of US lawmakers have called for strategic dialogue with Moscow. They feel that the matter is “more urgent” following Russian President Vladimir Putin’s unveiling of a number of cutting-edge weapons systems.
“A US-Russia Strategic Dialogue is more urgent following President Putin’s public address on March 1st when he referred to several new nuclear weapons Russia is reportedly developing, including a cruise missile and a nuclear underwater drone,” a letter signed by US Senators Edward J. Markey (D-MA), Jeff Merkley (D-OR), Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), and Bernie Sanders (I-VT) reads.
The letter, addressed to US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, was published on Thursday. The senators stressed that while the countries have many “significant” disagreements, including alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 US elections and the “annexation” of Crimea, Moscow and Washington need to come to the negotiation table.
“Due to these policy rifts, not in spite of them… the United States should urgently engage with Russia to avoid miscalculation and reduce the likelihood of conflict.”
The lawmakers are concerned that some of the brand-new Russian nuclear weapons are not covered by the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, commonly known as the New START, and thus call for the agreement to be extended. The weapons in question include a cruise missile with virtually no range limit and a nuclear-powered underwater drone…
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