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The War is Over:
Obama and Kerry Back Down as Russia Victory Dances
The West has all but bowed completely out of the conflict with Russia. They are continuing to talk, and the Slavs are continuing to chuckle, but the threat of further intensification has passed, for the time being.
This was always a game of chicken, and the West at some point appears to have realized that the Tsar was not the flinching kind.
This is good news. No one really wanted open conflict with Russia. At least not yet.
America has been shamed in front of the whole world.
Russia’s leadership is openly mocking the West, demanding that Putin start grabbing more territory.
Russian politicians and media were last night demanding Vladimir Putin goes further by grabbing back more former Soviet regions and states.
The nationalistic frenzy whipped up by the return of Crimea – in defiance of the West – has led to calls on state-run TV for Moscow to take back oil and gas-rich Kazakhstan and authoritarian Belarus as well as more slices of a battered Ukraine, already filleted by the Kremlin.
Senior politicians openly mocked Western sanctions and discounted Putin’s assertion that he did not seek more of Ukraine as long as the West stops seeking sway in his backyard.
The Russian strongman defiantly told a joint session of the Russian parliament that he would not accept NATO ‘next to our home or on our historic territories’.
Accusing the West of hypocrisy in pushing for self-determination for Kosovo but denying Crimea, he said the peninsula had been ‘robbed’ from Russia in Soviet times while ‘regions of Russia’s historic south’ were only now Ukrainian because of a Bolshevik blunder.
In an emotional and historic address he said: ‘In the hearts and minds of people, Crimea has always been and remains an inseparable part of Russia.’
Obama is still talking about his meaningless sanctions, seemingly experiencing some manner of psychogenic fugue, incapable of perceiving that the matter is already over.
President Obama expanded sanctions against Russia on Thursday, blacklisting a bank and several wealthy businessmen with close ties to President Vladimir V. Putin, as the United States struggled to forestall further Russian incursions into Ukraine.
Among those targeted were Sergei B. Ivanov, the president’s chief of staff; Gennady N. Timchenko, a billionaire investor with links to Mr. Putin; and Yuri V. Kovalchuk, whom the administration described as the personal banker for Russian leaders, including the president.
Mr. Obama also opened the door to more sweeping measures against core parts of the Russian economy, including the oil and natural gas industries, which account for much of Russia’s exports. He said the actions could disrupt the global economy, but might be necessary because of what he described as menacing movements by the Russian military near eastern and southern Ukraine.
The poor black bastard hasn’t even put a visa ban on Putin himself, seemingly fearing that if he pushes it even that far, Putin will drive a Trans-Am up on his front lawn and call him out for a fist-fight.
Here he is blabbering like a bitch while day-dreaming about crack cocaine, basketball games and gay sex:
“We need action” he says. What does it mean? Banning people’s visas is not action – this is like spit-balling an elephant.
These sanctions don’t even meet the traditional definition of the word “sanctions.”
I almost feel bad for him. It isn’t his fault he’s black.
Europe, which does not have the excuse of being run by blacks, is also still blah-blah-blahing about “dude, we’re serious, we’re gonna totally ban someone’s visa if you don’t, like, quit it.”
The EU has slapped sanctions on another 12 individuals over Russia’s annexation of Crimea from Ukraine.
European Council President Herman Van Rompuy said any further steps by Russia to destabilise Ukraine would have “far-reaching consequences“.
Consequences: You’d better believe they’re coming, Mr. Putin. Oh yes, believe you me. Consequences and costs – they’re on the way. Yes siree, you’d better give back Crimea soon, because if you don’t something bad is sure gonna happen. Oh, yes.
Right now, all these people are doing is trying their best not to look quite so pathetic, but they are just making themselves look more pathetic. Russia wouldn’t give back Crimea if they threatened to nuke her, and everyone knows that now. It is almost hard to believe that these continued visa bans are not some type of deadpan humor.
Putin could end up doing something bold in response. Like, “restore the visas, or I’m shutting off the gas.” Just to make it clear that he is not going to be screwed with by these whiny faggots. The bans mean so little though that it is probably below him to even acknowledge them at all.
Meanwhile, Jew Kerry is in talks with Lavrov about how to complete the deescalation.
Remember, the kike Kerry said that he wouldn’t talk until Crimea was given back to the Jewkraine. And yet, here he is, talking, just after Crimea has been officially integrated into Russia.
This sneaky Jew is now suggesting things to Russia that Russia had already suggested, making like he came up with it, as he tries to weasel his way out of this incredible disaster he had previously planned on forcing on the world.
Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and his American counterpart, US Secretary of State John Kerry, agreed yesterday to further talks on peace settlement in Ukraine in accordance with the February 21 peace deals, the Russian foreign office said Wednesday.
According to a white paper, released today on the ministry’s webpage, the two foreign policy veterans had had a phone talk where they discussed the outcome of the recent referendum on Crimea’s independence from Ukraine, where Mr. Lavrov highlighted some of President Putin’s remarks he made in yesterday’s speech.
“It was noted that the people of the [Crimean] republic made a democratic choice in line with international law and the UN Charter, and Russia respects this choice, while EU and US sanctions were absolutely unacceptable and won’t remain unanswered,” the paper stressed.
The ministry said that the foreign policy chiefs discussed possible ways of involving international community into solving the problem of Ukraine and organizing a nationwide dialog across all political parties and regions in Ukraine.
Lavrov and Kerry agreed to push the warring parties to adhere to the February 21 accord in order to restore order and launch a comprehensive constitutional reform.
Putin is giving these pathetic little children a way out, a way to save some small amount of face, and they are taking it.
Anyone with an IQ higher than 70 can see that Obama and Kerry tried to go against the Big Bad Bear, and when they saw it was more than ready to rip them in half, backed off like little bitches. Maybe Obama can brag about his victory in Africa, next time he goes to try and persuade them into having more gay sex.
The filthy Jews of Israel aren’t buying it though – they have come out and called Obama a spineless coward, saying they don’t even want his help in destroying Iran.
Israel’s defense minister has accused the United States of projecting weakness internationally and said Israel could not rely on its main ally to take the lead in confronting Iran over its nuclear program.
Moshe Yaalon, whose remarks were reported in the Haaretz daily on Tuesday, caused friction with the United States only two months ago when he described Secretary of State John Kerry’s quest for Israeli-Palestinian peace as messianic and obsessive.
His latest comments, confirmed by an Israeli official who was present at lecture Yaalon delivered at Tel Aviv University on Monday, displayed deep disappointment with U.S. President Barack Obama’s handling of burning world issues.
“We had thought it would be the United States that would lead the campaign against Iran,” said Yaalon, who pointed to the Ukraine crisis as an example of Washington “showing weakness”.
Ukrainian troops have done what the Maidan usurper government said they would never do, and fled Crimea.
Ukraine prepared to evacuate its troops and their families from Crimea on Wednesday as Russia forced the Ukrainians to abandon several military bases and facilities on the peninsula, including their navy headquarters.
Ukraine said it would seek U.N. support in declaring Crimea a demilitarized zone so that its troops could be relocated to Ukraine proper, effectively acknowledging that it had lost the region despite vows it would never cede to Russia.
Unarmed Crimean civilians also stormed a military installation and told the Jewkrainian loyalists to get the hell out.
Andriy Parubiy, head of Ukraine’s National Security Council, said in Kyiv that the government would seek compensation from Russia for its seized assets and would bolster security at nuclear installations. The move came after unarmed civilians stormed Ukraine’s naval headquarters in Sevastopol, home to Russia’s Black Sea Fleet, detaining officers, including the navy chief.
Ukraine’s acting president Oleksandr Turchynov demanded the “hostages” be freed by 9 p.m. local time or Russia would face “an adequate response,” AFP reported.
The take over of the Navy base was fun.
Most of the military in Crimea had already defected anyway. These were just a few whacked-out holders-on, probably all Jewish or mentally ill.
The rest of the Ukrainian military, in the mainland, is on the verge of defecting. I don’t really think they enjoy these madmen like Yarosh running around with guns threatening everyone they see. Nor do they likely feel very happy when they see the happiness of the Crimeans. All of the Ukraine, save the Catholics and nutjobs, longs to come home to its mother.
Jewkrainian “officials,” who search high and low daily for new things to whine about, are presently whining about their stolen boats and claiming Putin is planning to invade them.
On Thursday, gunmen opened fire as the Ukrainian corvette, Khmelnitsky, was seized at the Crimean port of Sevastopol. There were no immediate reports of casualties.
Another ship, the Lutsk, was surrounded by pro-Russian forces. Unknown armed men also stormed the Ternopil corvette, forcing Ukrainian servicemen to disembark the ship.
Meanwhile, Ukrainian Deputy Defense Minister Leonid Polyakov has accused Russian troops of constantly threatening to storm military bases in Crimea where Ukrainian soldiers are located.
Ukraine’s ambassador to the United Nations has also warned of a sharp deterioration in relations between Kiev and Moscow, saying that Russia appears to be preparing for a military “invasion” in more areas of his country.
Yuri Klymenko said there were “indications that Russia is on its way to unleash a full-blown military intervention in Ukraine’s east and south” since its annexation of Crimea. He said his statement was based on information from non-governmental organizations.
But Russia probably isn’t going to invade. They might take some of the East, as it is clear no one is going to do anything about it if they do. Other than cry like little girls.
But with the rest of the Ukraine, they can simply wait for the people to stop the terrorists who have taken over their government, at which point they will be begging Russia to come in and restore order. The EU clearly can’t restore order, they are the ones who created the disorder in the first place.
The Maidan shootings still have not been investigated, and the people in Kiev have to be getting the picture.
The title of this article is, of course, wrong. The war is not over. The war has just begun.
This isn’t going away. There is too much ideological conflict between these two superpowers, and the Jews are too incapable of leaving well enough alone. If they cannot leave some tinpot Islamic dictator alone, how then do we expect they are going to leave alone a superpower which is standing in open opposition to their agenda?
The battle is indeed over, however.
And the Tsar of Russia has won.
May the sun shine down on him, and may the Archangel guide his hand.