August 4, 2016
Do you trust this woman with the nuclear launch codes? What if she goes into a seizure and accidentally hits the “launch” button?
Virtually everything about Hillary Clinton is in diametric opposition to the positions of Donald Trump.
Perhaps even more troubling than Clinton’s open-borders positions are is her aggressive war-mongering, which includes a plan to start a World War with Russia to protect ISIS and Jewish Nazis in the Ukraine.
A 2014 US-backed coup in Ukraine followed by a referendum, in which Crimea voted overwhelmingly to rejoin Russia, sent Washington-Moscow ties on a downward spiral that continues to feed distrust between the two global powers.
“If Clinton is elected, there’s going to be some level of continuity with [US President Barack] Obama because they share the same type of worldview and to some degree a similar foreign policy,” University of Dayton Political Science Professor Daniel Birdsong told Sputnik.
Middle Tennessee State University Professor of Political Science and International Relations Andrei Korobkov told Sputnik he expects Clinton to be tougher on Moscow than Obama.
The reason, he explained, is that Clinton’s background and her foreign policy advisors are products of the 20th century standoff between the United States and former Soviet Union.
“Hillary’s statements during her speech and the parade of persons whom she brought, like [former Secretary of State Madeleine] Albright and a number of others, made it look like she comes not from the 21st century but from the Cold War,” Korobkov said.
Korobkov was referring to Clinton’s guests at the Democratic National Convention and her acceptance speech, which contained a single reference to Russia.
“I’m proud to stand by our allies in NATO against any threat they face, including from Russia,” Clinton said in accepting the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination.
Korobkov said he fears that Clinton will push the United States back into a second Cold War.
“She probably lives mentally in a world that simply doesn’t exist, because there is no ideological divide between the Russia and the US, or in general, deep ideological divides in the current political system,” Korobkov explained.
In contrast, Donald Trump wants to normalize relations with Russia, including officially recognizing the succession of Crimea as legitimate under international law (it was).
And Crimea, we are told, is the root of this ongoing hostility, even while no single Jew has managed to explain why the alleged sovereignty of former Russian territory is worth starting a World War over.