tl:dr; During his State of Union address, US President Barack Obama said that anti-Russian sanctions isolated Russia and had an impact on the decline of its economy. Then the POTUS Barry actually said…”Bigger nations can’t bully the small.” Unbelievable, but true.
During his State of the Union speech last night, POTUS Obama said lots of dumb stuff…sorry, POTUS Obama read lots of dumb stuff off a prepared script…OK that’s more accurate.
Anyway, the classic line of the speech had to be when Obama (describing Russia’s never ending invasions of the peace loving, nazi Ukrainians) actually said…
“Bigger nations can’t bully the small”
Open palm to face.
Does America actually believe the teleprompter leader of the “
banker free world”, when he spats out such ridiculous nonsense?
This is like Charles Manson saying in front of the whole world that people can’t go on drug induced killing sprees.
Russia Insider reports…
Barack Obama likes to say silly things about Russia. You could call it his hobby. Not long ago he decreed that Russia doesn’t make a single thing, and that there is currently a mass exodus from Russia, Moses-in-Egypt’s-land-style. He even dropped a worn-out BS bomb about Russians keeling over at alarming rates.
Then, slightly less long ago, the Nobel Peace Prize-bedazzled president proclaimed that the United States, in contrast to Russia, “upholds core international principles…You don’t invade other countries.” They don’t give Peace Prizes to just anybody!
Now—not actually “now,” but rather last evening—Obama has unveiled the latest purple prose from his Evil Russia repertoire, presented during the annual State of the Union:
“We are demonstrating the power of American strength and diplomacy. We’re upholding the principle that bigger nations can’t bully the small — by opposing Russian aggression, supporting Ukraine’s democracy, and reassuring our NATO allies.”
“Bigger nations can’t bully the small”? This is coming from a gentleman who destroyed Libya, extended the occupation of Afghanistan indefinitely, and is currently drone-bombing half a dozen other small, defenseless nations.
“Opposing Russian aggression, supporting Ukraine’s democracy, and reassuring our NATO allies”: This is fancy Harvard Law School talk for “supporting a violent, illegal coup that overthrew the democratically-elected leader of Ukraine, then blaming Russia for all the world’s problems while moaning about how the Russian army is at the ‘doorstep of NATO,’ a military alliance which happens to have forts directly on Russia’s borders.” Can we move on? Yes we can! Take the wheel, Barry:
“Last year, as we were doing the hard work of imposing sanctions along with our allies, some suggested that Mr. Putin’s aggression was a masterful display of strategy and strength. Well, today, it is America that stands strong and united with our allies, while Russia is isolated, with its economy in tatters.”
That’s how America leads — not with bluster, but with persistent, steady resolve.