The EU says the Riga Summit this week is not an anti-Russia "beauty contest", but every indication is Donald Tusk is out to win Mr. Congeniality in it. Here's a dissenting view on the EU's role in a Russophobic war...
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We have assurances this morning from European Council President Donald Tusk that the EU summit in Latvia this week, with six former Soviet states, is not a Russophobic “beauty contest”. However sincere the Eastern neighbors of the EU feel Mr. Tusk is however, his language this week is not awe inspiringly convincing.
Accusing Russia of “aggressive and bullying tactics” toward her neighbors, Tusk has referred to former Soviet countries Ukraine and Georgia as “long haul” partners in recent comments. The EU chief has lambasted Russia for not being as “soft and charming” as the EU in dealing with its neighbors. As if Tusk and his colleagues have an ounce of charm among them. Still, with the backing of his NATO chums waiting in the wings, and the United States and Britain pulling every economic string imaginable to squeeze Russia must somehow be deemed “graceful” détente by Tusk. I would personally like to nominate Mr. Tusk for the title; "Mr. Congeniality" of this ill begotten beauty contest of neocons, Nazis, warmongers and greedy banker patrons.
For the reader who is unaware of the strategic moves of late, let’s get something out of the way here. Mr. Tusk is either a bold face liar who assumes everyone but he is an idiot, or the EU needs a geography lesson. Tusk just got off the phone with President Ilham Aliyev of Azerbaijan, another of Russia’s neighbors that is actually located in Asia minor. As you can see from the map below, Tusk and the EU sure have a strange sense of the boundaries of Europe. Furthermore, if we examine the geo-strategies of the United States where these former Soviet republics are concerned, the truth of Tusk’s mission and his PR become evident. The bombshell revelation about CIA involvement in Báku dropped by President Putin some days back obliterates Tusk’s assertions. Read this piece by F William Engdahl, then label Tusk and the EU’s policies appropriately.
Once the average citizen gets educated with regard to this “energy war” we are in, deciphering the lies and deception by western leaders becomes child play. Everything that comes out of Tusk’s mouth, a NATO general’s mouth, or the head of the US Senate Armed Service Committee’s decrees has to do with piles of money from Energy, weapons, or some other commodity. Look at the current situation in Macedonia as the latest instance of “pipeline blocking” by western energy interests.
Did you ever wonder why the crazed killers of ISIS (CIA?) just happened to pop up after Putin road blocked Obama from invading Syria? Chaos interrupts the flow of energy from Russia to the west, and correspondingly the flow of money. The map at article's end showing the various existing or proposed gas pipelines from Russia and neighboring reserves illustrates perfectly the veritable wall the EU and her western allies are building. The Berlin Wall came down, but the western leadership is building a new one made of human death and chaos. And if you think this is Russia’s or Putin’s fault, why would they cut of their nose to spite their face? The EU has a rude awakening comeing once the "Tusks" of the region get done.
Tusk and his colleagues are spitting in the face of every citizen of the EU and the world. We are being called complete idiots, being taken advantage of, and worst of all killed in mass in places like the Donbass, the Caucasus, and soon in Macedonia. While Tusk, the EU, NATO, and the western alliance engage in hybrid economic and physical warfare across the region, the EU’s chief blames Putin for wanting to create chaos. These people are the biggest hypocrites the world has ever seen. Tusk told the Guardian:
“I can’t accept the argument that we have to believe in Russian goodwill. When I hear we have to believe in President Putin’s or the separatists’ goodwill, I know it’s either naiveté or hypocrisy. The comparison with appeasement applies … about the approach of some politicians who say Ukraine is too far from us, not our business … You know the melody.”
Nothing is “too far” from the geo-strategy of Tusk’s bosses, this is my view. Refer to the map of Azerbaijan’s location, or recall just “who” is being shelled in the Donbass. If this man is not a Nazi himself, he missed the best chance anyone ever had. And he talks about not wanting to be “ambiguous” when reasoning his boycott of the May 9th Moscow celebrations. As a Polish citizen, insulting the people who rescued all Poland from Hitler and the SS seems to pain a clear portrait of this latest EU charlatan. I am sorry to be so bombastic, but Tusk and his country club of psychopathic thinkers in the west need a lesson in public relations or good manners one.
If the people of the EU want their best interests server, riding this guy out of Brussels mounted backwards on a jackass would be a good start. If the reader has any doubts Tusk and most other EU commissars are up to their necks with bank interests and shady deals, the controversy over Poland’s central bank essentially buying Poland when Tusk was Prime Minister is one good indicator. All any sentient life form has to do is weigh the evidence, read Mr. Tusk’s Tweets or statements, and watch where the next chaos springs up. The truth of the current EU leadership’s direction is clear, wherever the bankers in America, the UK, and in Western Europe point to.
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