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Putin Exposes Global Elites’ “Empire of Lies” and Perpetual War Policies

By LaRouchePAC Posts
February 24, 2022Login to follow

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The following excerpt from Russian President Vladimir Putin’s February 24 address to his nation and the world contains an important analysis of the “post-Cold War” policies of the world’s global elites and should be read and contemplated by Americans who themselves have rejected the policies of that Western elite.  The only corrective we would add to it is that Putin makes a mistake in focusing on the United States as the primary player against Russia and the world.  In reality, since the death of Franklin Roosevelt, the United States has been an occupied country, largely serving as a pawn of the modern globalist British Empire.  It has served as a global gendarme enforcing the imperatives of that Empire, not its own security interests. The Russiagate coup against Donald Trump should have clarified the actual enemy.

“What I am saying now does not concern only Russia, and Russia is not the only country that is worried about this. This has to do with the entire system of international relations, and sometimes even US allies. The collapse of the Soviet Union led to a redivision of the world, and the norms of international law that developed by that time – and the most important of them, the fundamental norms that were adopted following WWII and largely formalized its outcome – came in the way of those who declared themselves the winners of the Cold War.

Of course, practice, international relations and the rules regulating them had to take into account the changes that took place in the world and in the balance of forces. However, this should have been done professionally, smoothly, patiently, and with due regard and respect for the interests of all states and one’s own responsibility. Instead, we saw a state of euphoria created by the feeling of absolute superiority, a kind of modern absolutism, coupled with the low cultural standards and arrogance of those who formulated and pushed through decisions that suited only themselves. The situation took a different turn.

There are many examples of this. First a bloody military operation was waged against Belgrade, without the UN Security Council’s sanction but with combat aircraft and missiles used in the heart of Europe. The bombing of peaceful cities and vital infrastructure went on for several weeks. I have to recall these facts, because some Western colleagues prefer to forget them, and when we mentioned the event, they prefer to avoid speaking about international law, instead emphasizing the circumstances which they interpret as they think necessary.

Then came the turn of Iraq, Libya and Syria. The illegal use of military power against Libya and the distortion of all the UN Security Council decisions on Libya ruined the state, created a huge seat of international terrorism, and pushed the country towards a humanitarian catastrophe, into the vortex of a civil war, which has continued there for years. The tragedy, which was created for hundreds of thousands and even millions of people not only in Libya but in the whole region, has led to a large-scale exodus from the Middle East and North Africa to Europe.

A similar fate was also prepared for Syria. The combat operations conducted by the Western coalition in that country without the Syrian government’s approval or UN Security Council’s sanction can only be defined as aggression and intervention.

But the example that stands apart from the above events is, of course, the invasion of Iraq without any legal grounds. They used the pretext of allegedly reliable information available in the United States about the presence of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. To prove that allegation, the US Secretary of State held up a vial with white power, publicly, for the whole world to see, assuring the international community that it was a chemical warfare agent created in Iraq. It later turned out that all of that was a fake and a sham, and that Iraq did not have any chemical weapons. Incredible and shocking but true. We witnessed lies made at the highest state level and voiced from the high UN rostrum. As a result, we see a tremendous loss in human life, damage, destruction, and a colossal upsurge of terrorism.

Overall, it appears that nearly everywhere, in many regions of the world where the United States brought its law and order, this created bloody, non-healing wounds and the curse of international terrorism and extremism. I have only mentioned the most glaring but far from only examples of disregard for international law.

This array includes promises not to expand NATO eastwards even by an inch. To reiterate: they have deceived us, or, to put it simply, they have played us. Sure, one often hears that politics is a dirty business. It could be, but it shouldn’t be as dirty as it is now, not to such an extent. This type of con-artist behavior is contrary not only to the principles of international relations but also and above all to the generally accepted norms of morality and ethics. Where is justice and truth here? Just lies and hypocrisy all around.

Incidentally, US politicians, political scientists and journalists write and say that a veritable “empire of lies” has been created inside the United States in recent years. It is hard to disagree with this – it is really so. But one should not be modest about it: the United States is still a great country and a system-forming power. All its satellites not only humbly and obediently say yes to and parrot it at the slightest pretext but also imitate its behavior and enthusiastically accept the rules it is offering them. Therefore, one can say with good reason and confidence that the whole so-called Western bloc formed by the United States in its own image and likeness is, in its entirety, the very same “empire of lies.””

Colin Powell

Then U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell holds a vial representing the small amount of Anthrax that closed the U.S. Senate last year during his address to the UN Security Council February 5, 2003 in New York City. Powell was making a presentation attempting to convince the world that Iraq was deliberately hiding weapons of mass destruction—a claim that turned out to be disastrously false. (Photo: Mario Tama/Getty Images)

Colin Powell, Who Helped George W. Bush Lie Nation Into Iraq War, Dead at 84

“It’s crucial to remember just how important Colin Powell was to selling the Iraq War, and how deliberately he used his public credibility to boost the lies that pushed us into the war. That is his biggest legacy.”

JON QUEALLYOctober 18, 2021

Colin Powell, the former U.S. Secretary of State who helped President George W. Bush under whom he served to sell the 2003 invasion of Iraq to the United Nations and the American people, has died at the age of 84.

According to the New York Times, “He died of complications from Covid-19, his family said in a statement. He was fully vaccinated and was treated at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, his family said.”

In 2003, Powell, a retired four-star U.S. Army General who also served as chairman of the Joint Chiefs before becoming the nation’s top diplomat under Bush, made the now infamous presentation to the U.N. Security Council in which he claimed that the Iraqi government of President Saddam Hussein was hiding a secret chemical weapons program from the international community and supporting international terrorists following the 9/11 attacks of 2001.https://platform.twitter.com/embed/Tweet.html?dnt=false&embedId=twitter-widget-0&features=eyJ0ZndfZXhwZXJpbWVudHNfY29va2llX2V4cGlyYXRpb24iOnsiYnVja2V0IjoxMjA5NjAwLCJ2ZXJzaW9uIjpudWxsfSwidGZ3X2hvcml6b25fdHdlZXRfZW1iZWRfOTU1NSI6eyJidWNrZXQiOiJodGUiLCJ2ZXJzaW9uIjpudWxsfSwidGZ3X3NwYWNlX2NhcmQiOnsiYnVja2V0Ijoib2ZmIiwidmVyc2lvbiI6bnVsbH19&frame=false&hideCard=false&hideThread=false&id=1450079528819347461&lang=en&origin=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.commondreams.org%2Fnews%2F2021%2F10%2F18%2Fcolin-powell-who-helped-george-w-bush-lie-nation-iraq-war-dead-84&sessionId=66700b92861a538fe4c45e99a9d087c5be6acb63&siteScreenName=commondreams&siteUserId=14296273&theme=light&widgetsVersion=2582c61%3A1645036219416&width=550px

Powell later claimed that the testimony he gave in 2003 was a “great intelligence failure,” but critics—including his chief of staff at the time, Lawrence Wilkerson—said the speech was significant both for its dishonesty and that Powell’s “gravitas” was a crucial “part of the two-year-long effort by the Bush administration to get Americans on the war wagon.”

“That effort,” Wilkerson wrote in 2018, “led to a war of choice with Iraq—one that resulted in catastrophic losses for the region and the United States-led coalition, and that destabilized the entire Middle East.”

In a 2018 column detailing what the former Secretary of State knew and was saying privately at the same time he was selling the Iraq invasion to the U.S. public, The Intercept‘s John Schwarz wrote that “Powell’s loyalty to Bush extended to being willing to deceive the world: the United Nations, Americans, and the coalition troops about to be sent to kill and die in Iraq. He’s never been held accountable for his actions, and it’s extremely unlikely he ever will be.”

As bombs fall on Ukraine, NC’s Budd listens to Trump call Putin ‘very smart.’

Comment: Actually I agree. Putin is very,very smart! I don’t like ZOG running my country and the U.S. being run by cowardly traitors and outright criminals who are AshekNAZI’s calling theirselves JEWS. They are EVIL money junkies. This is JUST another hit piece on Trump. I agree with Trump on this but don’t like his pushing vaccines which the CABAL he is a part of makes him push. Typical Propaganda of U.S. Fake News follows:

BY DANIELLE BATTAGLIA UPDATED FEBRUARY 26, 2022 2:56 PM Play VideoDuration 2:00 Trump endorses Ted Budd in North Carolina’s Senate race Former President Donald Trump endorsed Rep. Ted Budd in North Carolina’s 2022 Senate race at the GOP state convention in Greenville, NC, June 5, 2021, giving the three-term congressman a huge boost in a crowded Republican primary for the vacant seat. BY C-SPAN Former President Donald Trump took the stage at Magapalooza on Wednesday night and called Russian President Vladimir Putin “pretty smart” for invading Ukraine. His comments came as the first explosions rocked the sovereign nation, and his words continued to ricochet around the world Thursday as Russia continued its invasion. In attendance, at the fundraiser known as Magapalooza, was U.S. Rep. Ted Budd, endorsed by Trump for a U.S. Senate seat. TOP VIDEOS × But Budd later issued statements that took aim at Putin while also praising Trump’s approach to foreign policy. “We need to take stronger action against Vladimir Putin’s outrageous invasion of Ukraine, starting with cutting off Russia’s access to the global financial system,” Budd said on Twitter, as President Joe Biden announced more aggressive sanctions against both Russia and Belarus and some of the two countries’ most influential families. Under the Dome newsletter News and insider information from the world of politics and government in North Carolina. SIGN UP This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply. TRUMP’S COMMENTS AT MAGAPALOOZA Less than 24 hours earlier, Trump had talked on stage about how little it was costing Putin to invade Ukraine. “I mean, he’s taking over a country for $2 worth of sanctions,” Trump said, “I would say that’s pretty smart. Just walking right in.” Russia and Ukraine are the largest countries by landmass in Europe, located on the eastern edge of the continent. Ukraine is home to 44.1 million people, many of whom awoke Thursday morning to explosions rattling their cities. The country’s capital, Kyiv, is seven hours ahead of North Carolina. Trump claimed that if he were president, the invasion would have never happened. “I know him very well,” Trump said of Putin. “I know him probably as well as I know anybody in this room….” $2 for 2 months Subscribe for unlimited access to our website, app, eEdition and more CLAIM OFFER Earlier in the week, Trump drew criticism for calling Putin’s threat of an invasion “genius.” DOES TED BUDD AGREE WITH TRUMP? Budd’s senior campaign adviser, Jonathan Felts, declined to say whether Budd agrees with Trump’s characterization of Putin. In the past, Budd’s votes in Congress have been friendly toward Russia. He has voted against Russian energy sanctions and a bill that called on the G7 to ban Russia from its summits until it respects the territorial lines of Ukraine. He also voted against calling for the U.S. Treasury to turn over documents related to Trump’s financial ties to Russia and an investigation into Russia’s potential interference in the 2016 election. Speaking to reporters on Friday morning after he filed for his U.S. Senate campaign, Budd’s opponent, Pat McCrory, criticized Budd’s voting record on Russia-related legislation, saying that Budd has been “defending Russia and defending Putin when it’s indefensible.” But Budd also introduced a bill that targeted resources going to terrorist groups that was included in a broader bill that sanctioned Russia. Earlier this month, Budd filed legislation that if passed would order an investigation into the extent of collusion between Russia and China to invade Ukraine. On behalf of Budd, Felts released a written statement that called Putin “pure evil” and reiterated Budd’s thoughts on Biden. “I don’t speak for President Trump,” Felts said, “but it seems pretty clear his commentary reflects the reality that Putin is invading Ukraine because Putin doesn’t respect the weak actions demonstrated thus far by the Biden administration.” In a different written statement, Budd said some of Biden’s first actions were to cripple American natural gas pipelines and waive Trump’s sanctions on Russian pipelines. “Putin saw that, sensed weakness, and now Russia is invading Ukraine,” Budd wrote. On Biden’s first day in office, he denied a permit needed to allow construction of the Keystone Pipeline. The pipeline would have quickly transported tar sands oil, which is highly corrosive and acidic and caused many people to worry about the likelihood of a leak. Republicans believe the project would allow the United States to be energy independent, while Democrats see it as an environmental hazard. Biden and former President Barack Obama blocked the project during their presidencies, while Trump allowed it to proceed. Budd, in his comments about Ukraine, called the situation tragic and said the United States needs to project strength, “as we did under Trump,” to make the United States and the world safer. REPUBLICANS CRITICIZE BIDEN The Republican candidates for U.S. Senate criticized the Biden administration over its handling of the crisis. Whoever wins the Republican primary on May 17 likely will face off against former Supreme Court Chief Justice Cheri Beasley, a Democrat, who spoke to The News & Observer about Russia while filing to run for the elected position. Beasley focused on the people of Ukraine and called on Biden to punish Russia for the attack, work with allies and consider the country’s national security interests. McCrory accused Biden of “failed leadership” and said the way Biden chose to withdraw troops from Afghanistan led to dangerous implications witnessed on a world stage. Last August, Biden pulled the remaining 2,500 troops out of Afghanistan, but faced criticism for leaving behind allies and U.S. citizens. During the previous administration, Trump had signed a deal with the Taliban to pull out the 13,000 troops in the country by May 1, 2021. Biden delayed the deadline by a few months. “Millions of lives are at stake and American national security is at risk,” McCrory said in a statement he posted on Twitter. “We need leadership in Washington — leadership who understand the importance of support for our U.S. Military — not weakness and incompetence.” McCrory also called on private businesses to avoid dealings with Russia. “Corporate America needs to hold Russia accountable and leave Russia — now and for good. The whole world must hold Russia accountable,” McCrory said. On Friday, reporters asked McCrory if he disagreed with Trump’s comments on the Russian invasion. “Where I disagree is, as a foreign policy, we need to speak with one voice, because Putin right now is using any words from anyone in America,” McCrory said. He added that he believes Putin should be heavily criticized, calling the Russian president a “man who is dangerous to the world right now.” He went on to say that former President Ronald Reagan had called Russia the “evil empire,” and said that Putin “is a part of that evil empire now.” PUTIN ALSO CRITICIZED Former U.S. Rep. Mark Walker, a third Republican candidate for Senate, made the bluntest statement about Putin, though his comments came hours before the attack. “I’ve visited with the parliaments in multiple eastern European countries and all agree on Putin,” Walker tweeted. “The moment he begins to smell weakness, he goes on the offensive. We pray for those in harm’s way as this depraved fool moves on Ukraine.” After the invasion began, he tweeted: ”It appears being energy independent was a good idea after all. We import 600K barrels of oil from Russia each day. The Keystone Pipeline would’ve produced over 800K barrels of oil each day. Another horrible decision by an administration that is neither admired nor feared.” On Thursday night, as reports that Russian fighter jets took down a Ukrainian fighter pilot who has been dubbed “the ghost of Kyiv,” Walker posted his harshest criticism yet. “May God protect the Ghost of Kyiv and bring down the evil Russian regime,” Walker tweeted. “While I’m on it, the undertones of Putin praise is insane. The demented fool would destroy America in a heartbeat if given the chance.” FOURTH CANDIDATE A COMBAT VETERAN Political newcomer Marjorie Eastman, a Republican and a former combat soldier taking on McCrory, Walker and Budd for the Senate nomination, said her years of service made her knowledgeable about the situation overseas. “As a combat veteran who has deployed from Ft. Bragg, I know Russia’s dangerous escalation poses to Europe and the free world, and my prayers are with the people of Ukraine and all U.S. Forces forward-deployed to Europe,” Eastman said. In the weeks leading up to the invasion, Biden sent soldiers from Fort Bragg, near Fayetteville, to areas around Ukraine. Like McCrory, Eastman blamed the quick withdrawal from Afghanistan for proving to Putin and the rest of the world that America is “capricious,” “cowardly” and willing to leave people behind. “Putin watched this disaster and celebrated, and I am certain Biden’s weakness emboldened Putin to press on Ukraine,” Eastman said. “Continued Russian violence in Ukraine will undoubtedly cost many innocent lives, cause energy prices to spike globally and destabilize Europe.” She said with the world’s two largest nuclear powers involved and over 100,000 Russian troops on the border, the situation is ripe to spin “wildly out of control.” Brian Murphy of the NC Insider and Avi Bajpai contributed to this article. This story was originally published February 25, 2022 12:44 PM. RELATED STORIES FROM RALEIGH NEWS & OBSERVER

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