Friends, there are basically 2 options for us as Americans:
1--Continue the anti-Russian sentiment fostered top-down from Washington and the msm. We can allow the Neonazicons in Washington to put the entire word at risk of a nuclear WW III, or
2--Give the Russians our admiration for their fight against terror, their technological achievements, their goodwill toward the West (despite the constant Russophobic propaganda in the press and politics), their skilled diplomacy and management of crises, etc. We can admit that ISIS and Islamic terror in general are the main threat to peace and security everywhere and join forces with the Russians in Syria, for example, and defeat ISIS now in concert with the Syrian army.
Polls in Syria show that about 80% support Assad, but the West keeps up a drumbeat of propaganda to make Assad and the Russians look like bad guys.
For example, the US Ministry of Propaganda -- ie, the msm -- splashes all over the news a photo of a boy pulled out of the rubble of a building bombed by the Russians in an underhanded effort to suggest that the Russians have no regard for life and limb. And national TV "news" programs in the US and Europe broadcast the fact that 400 plus civilians were killed in Aleppo, mostly by the raids.
However, first of all, this is a fight against terror, NOT in favor of terror (as most US wars have been since the 70s, clearing the way for terror groups to take over countries). The US killed an estimated 112,000-123,000 civilians in the Iraq war and the outcome was a massive exodus of thousands of Christians because the US had cleared the way for Islamic anarchy, just as it always does -- eg, in Libya, Syria, Kosovo, Afghanistan.... Obviously, the number of children slaughtered by US planes and bombs in Iraq was enormous, much higher than the number killed by Russians in Syria. But we're not supposed to think about that.
These stats are never mentioned in the news nowadays because that would put things in perspective and knock the props out from under the policies of the Russia-hating officials in the State Department.
Perhaps the most important job of Americans today is to help put these Syria stats in perspective and show people the Russians for what they are, namely, bright, principled, good hearted, brave (they fought the Nazis in WW II killing 4 times as many of them as all other allies combined and kept fighting even as their country was ravaged. WE did NOT win WW II single-handedly. Without their help, we very well may have lost). If you took a random poll in the streets of American cities and asked people who liberated Auschwitz, I am certain that almost every respondent would say "America." No, it was the Russian army that liberated Auschwitz, and yet Russia is often falsely portrayed as anti-Semitic. Yet Putin is much closer to Netanyahu than is Obama.
It is way past time to give the Russians the credit they deserve and to remove from our government every single Russia hating fascist -- in the interest of a desperately needed respite from constant wars.
Most are completely unaware of the dangers posed by Washington's unreasonable attacks on other countries. Yet they should be. Americans never thought they could experience war on their own turf. That is, before 9-11, 2001.
Some day, the war we were unwilling to avert may hit us right in the face.
Russophobia is the biggest threat facing the world today.
The antidote: Hug a Russian!
1--Russophobia is racism.
2--Soros and Hillary are Russia haters. Wanna be their toadies? I don't think so.
3--Donald Trump says he thinks he can get along with Vladimir Putin and would allow Russia to defeat ISIS in Syria.
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