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The Problem with Hillary and Russia

#1 Post by ArgueMax » Thu Sep 08, 2016 7:11 pm

The Cold War is over. There is no longer a Soviet Union. Russia is a democracy and their leader was elected democratically into power. There is no ideological reason for any hostilities between Russia and The United States.

In fact, we should be close allies. Russia and The United States should be close friends because we both share the same enemy in Islamic Terrorism.

If Russia does not like The United States, it is probably the fault of the United States since, after the Cold War, Russia was struggling economically and it was our duty and obligation as the winners of The Cold War, to provide friendly assistance to Russia. The least we can do is be friends with Russia now.

Ironically and tragically, Hillary Clinton does not see the reality of this and is critical of Trump for being friendly to Russia and seemingly friendly to Putin.

I tell you, friends, if this is the case, than Trump is correct and Hillary is wrong.

Among the many countries that should be friends with us, we can add Russia to the list of countries who hate Hillary Clinton. According to this article by Mikhail Klikushin, "She Isn’t President Yet, But Russia Already Hates Hillary Clinton" Vladimir Putin's Kremlin mouthpiece prefers Trump to alcoholic, bisexual 'Mrs. Satan':

According to Russian tabloids, Huma Abedin (L) and Hillary Clinton (R) hide their sexual relationship behind fake marriages to corrupt politicians. (Photo: Andrew Theodorakis/Getty Images)
Hillary Clinton’s remark that the Kremlin would “celebrate” if Donald Trump wins the race for the White House was met with sarcasm from the Russian President’s press secretary. “What would be the motive for such celebration?” Dmitry Peskov asked coldly—although Clinton was telling the truth. Indeed, plenty of Russians want Trump as the next U.S. president, hoping his pledge to ease tensions and to improve relations with Russia was made for reasons beyond simply annoying Washington. Trump also said he liked Vladimir Putin.

According to polls conducted by the Russian Fund for Public Opinion last week, 22 percent of Russians have a favorable opinion of Trump while roughly the same number—23 percent—have negative views of the American billionaire, and 28 percent of Russians think Trump’s victory would benefit U.S.-Russian relations.

One Russian man, 75-year-old Felix Kolsky from Nizhny Tagil, sent a letter to Trump offering him his entire life savings of 100,000 rubles ($1,500) which he had been planning to spend on dental prosthesis. “I could live without teeth if there would be no war. Look at Hillary, it’s clear—she is ready to storm Russia tomorrow!” he said. (Kolsky has yet to receive a response from Trump.)
Russian citizen Felix Kolsky wants to help Trump win the U.S. presidential race. (Photo: KP.Ru)
On the flip-side, and only nine percent of Russians think a Clinton victory would improve relations between the world’s heavyweights. Putin once famously said that Clinton “had never been delicate in her statements” about him, adding, it was “better not to argue with a woman.”

In fact, both the Russian political class and the Russian public prefer a fresh start with Trump over another doomed-to-fail “reset” from the former U.S. secretary of state.

Last April, in an annual press conference with his countrymen, Putin expressed skepticism about the American electoral process, which he believes has degenerated to a simple change of family clans in the White House. He also hinted as to how he personally saw Hillary Clinton.

“First, there was Bush senior in power, then Bush junior. [Bill] Clinton was [U.S. President] two times in a row, now his wife has ambitions. Again, the family might stay in power. As they say in Russia, a husband and a wife are the same Satan.”

And Hillary Clinton is Satan for many Russians.

Older generations blame Hillary’s husband Bill for the devastating collapse of the Russian economy during the 1990s. Younger generations have formed opinions about Hillary Clinton from Russian media, which declared a war of such heated intensity on Clinton that it seems they know for a fact she will win the race for the White House and feel no need to waste time on phony pleasantries.

Russian news agency REGNUM, reminding readers of Clinton’s famous line regarding Libyan strongman Gaddafi’s death—“We came, we saw, he died”—announced “Hillary Clinton means war!” “She represents the party of war!” and “American militarism has a female face!”

She is a hawk’s hawk and there is no difference between her and her male counterparts.

She is as tough as a man and her womanly appearance shouldn’t fool anyone, NTV channel informs viewers. Hillary Clinton once drank vodka with John McCain when, despite their differences, he challenged her to a drinking contest. No, McCain didn’t win. Hillary agreed to stop the contest only after it became clear that there would never be a winner.

“[We were drinking] until we both, I think, agreed to withdraw in an honorable fashion, having reached the limits that either of us should have had,” she said.

As far as campaign finance is concerned, Hillary Clinton is unscrupulous and corrupt—her election was paid for by foreign oligarchs, another major Russian network reported in its Vesti news program. The most generous contributions to the Clinton Foundation—around $10 million—came from the impoverished and robbed Ukraine, influencing her attitude toward what had been going on in the country.

The major Ukrainian donor tp the Clinton Foundation—who, between 2009 and 2013, generously gave $9 million—was Ukrainian oligarch Viktor Pinchuk, the son-in-law of the country’s former President Leonid Kuchma.

This might explain why neither the old corrupt Ukrainian government nor the new corrupt government haven’t hurt Viktor Pinchuk’s business interests, said Sergei Markov, Russian politician and Putin’s confidant. “I think that Ukrainian oligarchs were trying to bribe Hillary Clinton—especially at the time of Maidan, when she was the State Secretary,” he explained.

But Clinton doesn’t discriminate in her dishonesty. She also received funding from Saudi Arabia, which contributed $7 million to the Clinton Foundation. And in the beginning of June, RT—the Kremlin’s mouthpiece—reported that, while promising to fight the Wall Street, Hillary Clinton received $675,000 for one speech from Goldman Sachs… the same Goldman Sachs from whom her husband received $1.5 million.

According to tabloid Komsomolskaya Pravda—which has the largest circulation among Russia’s printed newspapers—Hillary Clinton is a despicable human being, an abusive person and has a history of domestic violence. Once, during Monica-gate, she gave her husband a black eye which was later explained to reporters as an “allergy” to coffee. In completing a well-rounded picture of Clinton, Komsomolskaya Pravda profusely quotes former White House Secret Service officer Gary Byrne’s book Crisis of Character: Hillary is impulsive, prone to sycophancy, despises laws and rules—believing they are written not for her but for “small people.”

She is nepotistic, continued the tabloid—she promised to return her husband into the White House. She is a hypocrite: despite protesting the Vietnam War stop still supported bombing Libya in 2011.

“And, by the way,” the tabloid told readers, “smart and cruel” Hillary is bisexual—a revelation substantiated by the words of Gennifer Flowers, Bill Clinton’s former lover. “Bill told me that he knew that his wife was bisexual, but it did not bother him. According to him, Hillary had had more women than he.”

Further supporting the allegation, the tabloid quoted yet another one of Bill Clinton’s girlfriends, Sally Miller, who said in an interview with a British newspaper that Bill, playing his saxophone, told her Hillary preferred lovers of her own sex. Also, she used drugs often—otherwise such ‘ideas’ didn’t come into her head—Sally said.

But this isn’t just slander from jealous former lovers, assured the Russian tabloid.

“In March of 2013 hackers broke into Hillary’s email. As it turned out, she used the account for personal correspondence of such a nature that even the most unbridled Liberals would have shyly hid their eyes.” The Russian tabloid insisted her hacked email proved the relations between Clinton and her aide Huma Abedin—whose three relatives, by the way, belonged to the Muslim Brotherhood—were far from being platonic. To hide their intimate friendship, a fake marriage with a scandalous New York politician was arranged, the tabloid asserted.

No, obviously, the Kremlin will not celebrate Clinton’s victory—but it has prepared itself and its citizens for such an outcome of the U.S. presidential race.

According to the aforementioned poll, about half of Russians (46 percent) have an unfavorable view of Clinton—regardless of her plans to become the first female U.S. president.

Still, there is some work to be done by the anti-Clinton Russian media-machine, as 10 percent of Russians still have no opinion about Clinton, 36 percent have no idea who she is and eight percent of them have a positive attitude toward Mrs. Satan.
As I have said, The Cold War is over. The biggest indication to this that I can think of is the fact that Russia and The United States are cooperating on The International Space Station without any fanfare and without anyone considering this cooperation to be noteworthy our outstanding or ground-breaking. American astronauts travel to the ISS these days on board Russian spacecraft now that the Space Shuttle program has been retired and no one considers this to be anything special or unusual. The space race to the moon and other achievements were once considered to be contests between Russia and the USA as part of the Cold War. But now the Cold War is over.

Since The Cold War is over, the fact that Hillary is fanning the flames of animosity between the USA and Russia makes her unworthy for the office of The Presidency. Her official social media. Hillary openly writes on her official web site ( (here and here) that it goes without saying that Russia should be regarded as our enemy. But they should not. If you disagree with any of these comments, register and post your points.


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Re: The Problem with Hillary and Russia

#2 Post by ArgueMax » Tue Oct 18, 2016 12:20 am


MOSCOW (Reuters) - Americans should vote for Donald Trump as president next month or risk being dragged into a nuclear war, according to a Russian ultra-nationalist ally of President Vladimir Putin who likes to compare himself to the U.S. Republican candidate.
Vladimir Zhirinovsky, a flamboyant veteran lawmaker known for his fiery rhetoric, told Reuters in an interview that Trump was the only person able to de-escalate dangerous tensions between Moscow and Washington.

By contrast, Trump's Democratic rival Hillary Clinton could spark World War Three, said Zhirinovsky, who received a top state award from Putin after his pro-Kremlin Liberal Democratic Party of Russia (LDPR) came third in Russia's parliamentary election last month.

Many Russians regard Zhirinovsky as a clownish figure who makes outspoken statements to grab attention but he is also widely viewed as a faithful servant of Kremlin policy, sometimes used to float radical opinions to test public reaction.

"Relations between Russia and the United States can't get any worse. The only way they can get worse is if a war starts," said Zhirinovsky, speaking in his huge office on the 10th floor of Russia's State Duma, or lower house of parliament.

"Americans voting for a president on Nov. 8 must realise that they are voting for peace on Planet Earth if they vote for Trump. But if they vote for Hillary it's war. It will be a short movie. There will be Hiroshimas and Nagasakis everywhere."

Zhirinovsky's comments coincide with deep disagreements between Washington and Moscow over Syria and Ukraine and after the White House last week accused Russia of a campaign of cyber attacks against Democratic Party organisations.

Even as WikiLeaks released another trove of internal documents from Clinton’s campaign on Wednesday, Putin insisted his country was not involved in an effort to influence the U.S. presidential election.


Zhirinovsky likes to shock liberal public opinion and he has frequently heaped scorn on the West, which he and other Russian nationalists regard as decadent, hypocritical and corrupted by political correctness.

His combative style, reminiscent of Trump's, ensures him plenty of television air time and millions of votes in Russian elections, often from the kind of blue-collar workers who are the bedrock of the U.S. Republican candidate's support.

Zhirinovsky once proposed blocking off mostly Muslim southern Russia with a barbed wire fence, echoing Trump's call for a wall along the U.S. border with Mexico.

Zhirinovsky, who said he met Trump in New York in 2002, revels in his similarities with the American businessman - they are the same age, favour coarse, sometimes misogynistic language and boast about putting their own country first. Zhirinovsky has even said he wants a DNA test to see if he is related to Trump.

But unlike Trump, a billionaire real estate developer who casts himself as the anti-establishment candidate in the U.S. presidential race with no past political experience, Zhirinovsky is a consummate political insider who has sat in the Duma for more than two decades.

Putin has also praised Trump as "very talented", while the Republican candidate has said the Kremlin boss is a better leader than U.S. President Barack Obama. Clinton has accused Trump of being too cosy with Putin and questioned his business interests in Russia.

In other comments that have delighted Moscow, Trump has questioned the value of NATO for Washington, has spoken ambiguously about Russia's 2014 annexation of Ukraine's Crimea and suggested that the United States under his leadership would adopt a more isolationist foreign policy.

"He (Trump) won't care about Syria, Libya and Iraq and why an earth should America interfere in these countries? And Ukraine. Who needs Ukraine?," said Zhirinovsky, who once counted himself a friend of Iraq's Saddam Hussein and Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi and whose deaths he still laments.

"Trump will have a brilliant chance to make relations more peaceful ... He's the only one who can do this," he said, adding that Trump could even win a Nobel peace prize.


In contrast, Zhirinovsky described Clinton as "an evil mother-in law" and said her record as secretary of state under Obama in 2009-2013 showed she was unfit to lead her country.

"She craves power. Her view is that Hillary is the most important person on the planet, that America is an exceptional country, as Barack Obama said," said Zhirinovsky. "That's dangerous. She could start a nuclear war."

In typically chauvinistic remarks, Zhirinovsky said Clinton's gender should also bar her from the presidency.

"Most Americans should choose Trump because men have been leading for millions of year. You can't take the risk of having one of the richest, most powerful countries led by a woman president," he said.

Asked about lewd comments Trump made about women in 2005 that have harmed his campaign, Zhirinovsky defended the Republican: "Men all round the world sometimes say such things that are just for their comrades. We must only consider his business (and political) qualities."

Though Putin and Trump have never met, Zhirinovsky said he believed they could establish a close working relationship, adding: "Victory for Trump would be a gift to humanity. But if Hillary Clinton wins it will be the last U.S. president ever."





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