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Patience No Virtue in Dealing with Hegemon USA

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Patience No Virtue in Dealing with Hegemon USA

by Stephen Lendman

Russian security talks this week put an exclamation point on the futility of its diplomatic outreach to US-dominated NATO.

Accomplishing nothing positive, they were a colossal waste of time and effort.

Continuing them in any form clearly won't fare better.

It's long past time for Russia to stop talking start acting with toughness, according to the rule of law.

It's the only language dominant US hardliners understand.

Nothing else gets their attention.

Because of Russian passivity in East/West relations so far, US-dominated NATO doesn't take its security concerns and justifiable demands seriously.

It's time for Moscow to send their ruling regimes a wakeup call, a clear and unequivocal message by actions, not further dialogue to accomplish nothing.

Instead of pursuing world peace and stability by cooperating with Russia, here's how the Biden regime responded following three days of going nowhere talks in Geneva, Brussels and Vienna this week:

White House spokeswoman Psaki recited her customary Russophobic rubbish, falsely claiming:

"We are concerned that the Russian government is preparing for an invasion in Ukraine that may result in widespread human rights violations and war crimes should diplomacy fail to meet their objectives (sic)."

"We have information that indicates Russia has already pre-positioned a group of operatives to conduct a false-flag operation in Eastern Ukraine (sic)." 

"The operatives are trained in urban warfare and in using explosives to carry out acts of sabotage against Russia's own proxy forces."

US war department spokesman Kirby made similar fabricated comments — falsely claiming what he called "very credible" intelligence of a planned Russian invasion.

Based on Biden regime supplied talking points, Ukrainian propaganda media reported the same reinvention of reality.

No US intelligence or other alleged information exists to show a planned Russian invasion of Ukraine or hostilities against other countries because there are no such Moscow intentions.

False flags to unjustifiably justify aggression against invented enemies have been longstanding US practice since the 19th century.

Throughout its history over the past 30 years — especially under Vladimir Putin's leadership — the Russian Federation never attacked or threatened another nation.

It never staged a false flag incident.

Not a shred of credible evidence suggests a policy change ahead against Ukraine or other nations.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov debunked Biden regime Big Lies, saying:

Hostile US statements are "unsubstantiated" by evidence because none exists.

Psaki and Kirby lied — like always when commenting on invented US enemies like Russia.

So did Biden regime national security advisor Sullivan, falsely saying:

"Russia is laying the groundwork to have the option of fabricating a pretext for an invasion (sic), including through sabotage activities and information operations, by accusing Ukraine of preparing an imminent attack against Russian forces in Eastern Ukraine (sic)."

The same goes for interventionist Blinken, falsely saying the following:

"We shared with the Russians our deep concerns about the actions they're taking (sic) not only with regard to Ukraine, but more broadly (sic)."

No such "actions" exist against Ukraine or other nations, no Russian geopolitical threats, no planned invasion, no Russian forces massed against anyone.

Blinken and Sullivan et al lied like always before on all things Russia and other US invented enemies.

According to Yahoo News on Thursday:

Since 2015 at an undisclosed US location, "(t)he CIA (has been) overseeing a secret intensive training program for elite Ukrainian special operations forces and other intelligence personnel (to kill Russians), according to five former intelligence and national security officials familiar with the initiative." 

Does their training include the staging of false flag attacks to be wrongfully blamed on Russia?

If one of more occur, make no mistake.

They'll be made-by-the-USA, not Moscow.

Separately on Friday, Sergey Lavrov said Russian patience with hegemon USA "has come to an end."

"(W)e have been" bearing the burden of its hostile actions for far too long. 

"(I)t's time for us to go." Moscow wants "a concrete answer" to its security demands in a matter of days, not weeks or months.

Lavrov and other Russian officials are aware of US involvement in "training of anti-Russia (Ukrainian) units."

Relations between Russia and the US-dominated West have never been as strained and worrisome as now — notably since undemocratic Dems usurped power.

According to Russian Deputy Defense Minister Alexander Fomin:

Relations between Moscow and US-dominated NATO "are at a critically low level."

What's going on unacceptably "creates preconditions for incidents and conflicts, as well as undermining the foundations of security."

The risk of made-in-the-USA conflict with Russia directly and/or by use of proxy foot soldiers is ominously high.

As explained earlier and repeated this week, lunatics run the Washington asylum.

With them in charge, the unthinkable is possible by accident or intent.

That's the frightening reality of where things stand today.

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