Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Sputnik — Putin Promises to Explain US Strategy, But Only After Retiring

Russian President Vladimir Putin said he would explain the strategy of the United States after having retired.

"I will certainly answer this question, and give a very detailed answer, and a very frank one, but only after I retire," Putin said in an interview with US filmmaker Oliver Stone in a documentary series when asked to explain US strategy.
Stone, in his turn, suggested that the strategy of the United States could be in destroying the Russian economy, changing the country's leadership, making Russia its ally and then taking Russia’s nuclear arsenal.
"Such a course of thought, such a version of policy is possible. If it is so, I consider such policy as a wrong one especially because such viewpoint at the relations with Russia is not aimed at the future. The people that think so do not look at least for 25-50 years forward. And if they did, they would build their relations with Russia in a different way and would not try to turn Russia into their vassal," Putin replied.
Sputnik International
Putin Promises to Explain US Strategy, But Only After Retiring

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The US was ready to use terrorists to undermine the political situation in Russia, President Vladimir Putin said an interview with Oliver Stone in his film The Putin Interviews.
Putin pointed out how US intelligence agencies supported militants during the war in Chechnya. "Back then, We clearly understood that our US counterparts, when speaking about their support for Russia, claimed they were ready for cooperation in fighting terrorism, but in reality they were using those terrorists to destabilize Russia’s domestic situation," he noted.
"Those ideas are still alive," Putin said in response to Stone’s comment about attempts by US intelligence agencies to whip up new hotbeds of tension in Central Asia or in the North Caucasus.…
Putin also said he had informed then-US President George Bush about this evidence, providing several names of US intelligence officials who had worked in the Caucasus region and furnishing "technical support," and "deploying militants from one place to another.
"The response of the US president was very appropriate. He said that he looked at it negatively and said he would deal with it," the Russian leader said.
Moscow later received a letter from the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) saying that "our colleagues have the right to maintain relations with all representatives of the opposition and will continue doing so."
"It was clear that this did not only refer to opposition forces but to terrorist structures and organizations. Yet, nevertheless they had been trotted out as the opposition," Putin said. 
Putin notes Washington planned to use terrorists to destabilize Russia

1 comment:

Kaivey said...

I told my friend that the CIA put Deash into the Philippines because the country is moving towards China. The US aim is to cause chaos there, and install a puppet regime, but my friend did not believe me. He said he can't believe Trump has that of a coherent strategy, he didn't realise it's the Hidden Government that runs the US. To him, like most liberals who just read the Guardian and MSM, this is all conspiracy theories.

A few years back I watched the film, from JFK to 9/11. It was full of conspiracy theories, but one thing it drove home was that war was big business. After watching that, something clicked in me. I saw evil.