Hacked Emails Expose US NATO General Plotting Conflict with Russia

nato-generalBy Matt Agorist

There is no question that the United States has been dangerously rattling the saber in Russia’s direction. From deploying battleships off their coast, to conducting record-breaking war games in the region, there is no doubt — the US is painting Russia as an enemy.

Now, however, we have even more glaring proof of the U.S. government’s intentions. Hacked private emails of the US general formerly in charge of NATO show a deliberate attempt to provoke conflict with Russia.

The emails, posted by the site DCLeaks, show correspondence between General Philip M. Breedlove, former head of the US European Command and supreme commander of NATO forces, with several establishment insiders concerning the situation in Ukraine following the February 2014 coup that ousted the elected government in favor of a US-backed regime, according to reports.

The emails expose Breedlove’s frequent communication with General Wesley Clark, as well as former Secretary of State Colin Powell, and involving a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, State Department official Victoria Nuland, and US Ambassador to Ukraine Geoffrey Pyatt.

The communications are nothing short of Breedlove seeking advice on how to essentially start World War III.

Below is an example of one of the emails. “I seek your counsel on two fronts,…. how to frame this opportunity in a time where all eyes are on ISIL all the time,… and two,… how to work this personally with the POTUS,” Breedlove wrote to Powell in September 2014.


“I think POTUS sees us as a threat that must be minimized, … ie do not get me into a war????” Breedlove wrote in an email to Harlan Ullman, senior adviser to the Atlantic Council, describing his ongoing attempt to get Powell to help him influence Obama.

PB2HU093022014“Given Obama’s instruction to you not to start a war, this may be a tough sell,” Ullman replied a few months later, in another string of emails about Breedlove’s effort to “leverage, cajole, convince or coerce the U.S. to react” to Russia, as reported by the Intercept.

According to The Intercept:

Breedlove did not respond to a request for comment. He stepped down from his NATO leadership position in May and retired from service on Friday, July 1. Breedlove was a four-star Air Force general and served as the 17th Supreme Allied Commander of NATO forces in Europe starting on May 10, 2013.

Phillip Karber, an academic who corresponded regularly with Breedlove — providing him with advice and intelligence on the Ukrainian crisis — verified the authenticity of several of the emails in the leaked cache. He also told The Intercept that Breedlove confirmed to him that the general’s Gmail account was hacked and that the incident had been reported to the government.

“The last conversation I had about it with General Breedlove, he said, ‘Yeah, I’ve been hacked several times,’” said Karber. He added that he noticed at least one of his personal emails appearing online from the leak before we had contacted him. “I turned this over to the U.S. government and asked them to investigate. No one has given me any answer.”

“I have no idea whose account was leaked or hacked,” said Powell, when reached for comment about the emails. Powell said he had no comment about the discussions regarding Obama’s response to the conflict in Ukraine.

In the European press, Breedlove has been portrayed as a hawkish figure known for leaning on allied nations to ditch diplomacy and to adopt a more confrontational role again Russian-backed separatists in Ukraine. Breedlove, testifying before Congress earlier in February of this year, called Russia “a long-term existential threat to the United States and to our European allies.”

Der Spiegel reported that Breedlove “stunned” German leaders with a surprise announcement in 2015 claiming that pro-Russian separatists had “upped the ante” in eastern Ukraine with “well over a thousand combat vehicles, Russian combat forces, some of the most sophisticated air defense, battalions of artillery” sent to Donbass, a center of the conflict.

The Russians referred to last month as the “summer of provocation,” and called the NATO war games a move to reignite the Cold War intended to force Moscow to starve its domestic economy to ramp up its military to meet a growing external threat.

Russia is not alone in their assertion either as the Intercept pointed out. German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier told Bild am Sonntag newspaper this week that these ostensible ‘war games’ are little more than warmongering.

“What we shouldn’t do now is inflame the situation further through saber-rattling and warmongering,” Mr Steinmeier said in an interview to be published in Germany’s Bild am Sontag newspaper.

“Whoever believes that a symbolic tank parade on the alliance’s eastern border will bring security is mistaken,” Steinmeier said ahead of the upcoming NATO summit in Warsaw beginning July 8. “We are well-advised to not create pretexts to renew an old confrontation,” he emphasized.

Rather than risk inflaming the already-volatile situation further “through saber-rattling and warmongering,” there needs to be more dialogue and cooperation with Moscow, Steinmeier said.

It would be “fatal to now narrow the focus to the military, and seek a remedy solely through a policy of deterrence,” German FM said, calling to give way to diplomacy instead of military posturing.

The alliance should also consider the possibility to “renew discussions about the benefits of disarmament and arms control for security in Europe,” he said.

In spite of NATO spokesperson Oana Lungescu saying the alliance’s actions are “defensive, proportionate, and in line with our international commitments,” Russia has done absolutely nothing to provoke such a response.

The real intent behind this saber rattling is expanding military spending and bolstering the U.S. war machine. Retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Colonel Karen Kwiatkowski recently offered pertinent insight as to why Russia continues to be so vilified by the Pentagon and American media alike:

“The Pentagon needs and wants Russia to be the next big enemy that they are arming against it, budgeting against it, that they are targeting. Certainly, we have talked for a long time about China and China plays an important role as the enemy of choice for the U.S. military. But Russia is ideal in part, because we don’t import a lot of things from Russia, in part because we don’t have the debt relationship with Russia that we do with China. So, Russia makes for a very convenient enemy for the Pentagon in terms of its mission, its budgeting, and its intelligence organization.”

“The Pentagon needs that kind of enemy,” Kwiatkowski continued. “And [U.S. Secretary of Defense] Ashton Carter, if you listen to what he says continually — even from the beginning of time he was put in office — his job is fundraising, just like the university president’s job is not education but rather fundraising. Ashton Carter’s job is also fundraising, and he fundraises through this process of identifying, pushing, and delivering up an enemy that will justify their budgets.”

Prior to the German FM speaking out about this overt saber rattling, the only ones defending the Russians — were the Russians. Now that a U.S. ally is applying sensible logic to the scenario, the antagonistic intentions of the military-industrial complex are laid bare.

Unfortunately, the U.S., in its flagrant and irresponsible creation of the world’s largest military, cares not about starting actual world wars in their attempts to enrich their corporate masters. These hacked emails only add credence to this notion.

When the chickens come home to roost, however, the result of such belligerent foreign policy will be death and destruction — on a massive scale.

Matt Agorist is the co-founder of TheFreeThoughtProject.com, where this article first appeared. He is an honorably discharged veteran of the USMC and former intelligence operator directly tasked by the NSA. This prior experience gives him unique insight into the world of government corruption and the American police state. Agorist has been an independent journalist for over a decade and has been featured on mainstream networks around the world.

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37 Comments on "Hacked Emails Expose US NATO General Plotting Conflict with Russia"

  1. It’s a about death to all from the NWO, using the U.S. military as their own mercenary force.
    HillBillary selling secrets to the highest and best bidder.

    • Sodom Hussein Obama could not get Congressional support for an invasion of Syria. If he could, he would…

      Puzzle piece number 1. Why are we being told about these 51 State Department dissenters ? Obviously because Obama’s State Department wants us to be told.

      Puzzle piece number 2. Why is this story being pushed as the Saudi Prince who would be king is visiting with Obama ? Sauds want Assad gone so an oil pipeline can be built. Russians have stated that attacking Assad means war. Why start war with Russia ?

      Puzzle piece number 3. Hillary still controls the State Department. Or at least her people are still there. Russia is on the verge of releasing the emails they hacked before Hillary deleted them. The oil pipeline is what drives the Sauds and Qataris. Retaining control of US foriegn policy is what drives Hillary’s flying monkeys. Along with the millions the Saudis have paid her.

  2. The U.S. State Dept. has been infested with communists since WW1 and Woodrow Wilson, they tried to steal the Russian elections for their comrades in the Russian Communist Party through non-profit n.g.o.s… just like at home in America… But Vladimir Putin beat them, so they launched a fággot jihad against the Russian Orthodox church over the punk rock band and the Olympics (something Bítch Romney stupidly piled onto)… Miss neo-kabbalah lesbian Madonna, now rumored to be a Muslim convert, was flown in to agitate while Hillary was on a world-wide gay pride tour.

    When the Iron Curtain came down the Bolsheviks all fled to the other side because they knew what the Russians would do to them after 100 years of communism. The best thing about Russia getting Crimea back… Catherine the Great took it from the Turks… What happened right after Russia retook Crimea? The Russian FSB searched all the Turks living there… Why? Because NATO sponsors Islamist terrorism when it suits them to.

    The EUSSR needed Libya’s oil, but Muammar Gadaffi decided he wanted gold instead of worthless fiat currency from the EU… What was the first thing NATO did when Gaddafi was deposed besides stealing all of Libya’s gold? Form a new government? NOPE, they formed a new Libyan national bank. Now, why would they do that? Because even if Muammar was deposed, he and his heirs would still be the sole proprietors! (While Leon Puñettas was so busy with gay pride celebrations at the Pentagon, three Navy Seals and a U.S. ambassador were murdered, all because everyone was being so fúcking gay.)

    Like with the nonsense in Syria, the U.S. State Department armed terrorist rebels to get rid of Gadaffi, the same ones that killed Ambassador Stevens and stole weapons from that secret armory in the basement… It was easy to dispose of the hated Muammar Gaddafi, but Bashar al Assad has friends… Syria and Ukraine are the same scenario as Serbia… NATO bombed Serbia so the IMF could make loans for rebuilding and get control of Serbian iridium assets.

    Albanian Muslims operate human slaughterhouses in Kosovo where they rip out the organs of Christians to sell to Turkey and Saudi Arabia… How is Hillary Clinton’s “reset button” working out for America, comrades?

  3. Not impressed with the resume;Tim McVeigh was an Iraq War Vet too. So friggin’ what? This article only proves you have nuts everywhere. Russia hasn’t been aggressive at all, much? Buzzing inviting their planes to be shot down….invading Ukraine, taking Crimea. Come on. It is Russia’s own actions under dictator Putin that has prompted the policy–not some other thing. In fact, the policy was being reversed just when Russia started its latest hegemony in Europe. So knock off the paranoid crap already.

    • “Invading Ukraine”? Thank you for pointing out that anyone that believes that nonsense is a fool. “Taking Crimea”? Has anyone ever seen an invasion and “taking” of a part of a country where not one shot is fired, not one person is killed and the largest majority of the voters agree with the “taking”?

      • Not a shot was fired huh? What world are YOU living in? I guess all those tanks and artillery was just –what is it called in the cult—a “false flag”?? And you know what? If Wall Street took over the U.S.–and it did–and a majority of voters agreed with the “taking”–and they did–it didn’t mean it didn’t happen. Talk to the thousands of Ukrainians whose lives have been shattered due to the war. I will also remind you of the title of the factfinding that Nemtsov was compiling which told the truth about all of this:”Putin. War.” Yes indeed. Parts of the war may have met no resistance. That makes it less of an invasion, yes? Nyet!! Go drink the koolaid somewhere else and tell us your Pravda propaganda somewhere else.

        • You have a Koolaid IV bubba.Ukraine wa just another failed regime change by DC/neocons.Another in a long line,I might add

          • Jeff Kelly | July 4, 2016 at 8:21 am |

            DC/Neocons eh? Failed regime change? Was it “failed” when the Russian backed guy hightailed it out? That was the failed regime change you are speaking of? Funny you say everything but American Nazis always mentioned by the Pravda Propagandists. Maybe you intended to include that phrase too? Oh and this was all done under Obama, and there were no DC/Neolibs involved? Hahahaha thanks for the entertainment at least!!! Someone needs to change YOUR IV and soon!!

        • Go drink somewhere else? What, and leave ignorant, sanctimonious people like you behind? You had better start reviewing the situation because you obviously missed most of what actually took place. When ukraine was deliberately destabilized by the US State Department and numerous phoney America NGOs, it actually had a nascent democracy and therefore a legal way of removing corrupt leaders. Instead Victoria Nuland and her foolish cohorts fostered a coup which killed a lot of people, some of whom were burned alive by the Right Sektor whom you treat as if they didn’t exist. Where was Russia in all of this? Caught surprised as were everyone else except of course the American plotters. Putin had just negotiated a huge billion dollar loan to Ukraine to help it through its immediate financial troubles and of course had been supplying petroleum products to Ukraine for years without payment. The illegal US funded coup installed an illegitimate government in Kiev that was diplomatically recognized immediately by the US (as if you needed any other proof of American complicity in the creation of yet another failed state). The former Ukraine Eastern provinces (Donbass etc.) refused to accept a pseudo government created by violence and not in keeping with the constitution of Ukraine. Now that is where bullets were flying but that is not what I was speaking of, which was Crimea and its separation from Ukraine, once more coming under the governance of Russia where it had been for three hundred years. Crimea left Ukraine without a shot being fired, get that? No lives lost, no infrastructure destruction (sorry America you didn’t get to shoot up yet another foreign entity, Crimea).

          • Jeff Kelly | July 5, 2016 at 7:08 am |

            You are a bait and switch type guy:Eastern Ukraine was invaded. Artillery, bullets, tanks, death. Get that? Crimea had no shots fired because it was a stealth operation. You don’t get that so too bad for you. Now, otherwise you spout the propaganda of Russia precisely, which has no basis in fact. Add to that the Russian installed guy at the end of this coup which you falsely claim was fostered by U.S. who fled the country after some period of time because he was corrupt. But that doesn’t figure into anything either in your propagandistic B.S. narrative. Go be a paid troll for Pravda, comrade!!

          • Archie1954 | July 5, 2016 at 10:28 am |

            Wow, your response is truly imbecilic. No wonder the US is in such desperate straits with ignorami like you running around.

          • Jeff Kelly | July 6, 2016 at 11:14 am |

            And do you believe your use of the word “ignorami” renders you a great intellect and someone with great knowledge? There is no such a word. Then again, great minds like yours can invent words just to make themselves appear not to be as foolish as they are. LMAO

          • Archie1954 | July 6, 2016 at 11:55 am |

            You obviously didn’t take Latin in High School, or did you even go to High School? In Latin the word ignoramus is the singular for a very ignorant person, the plural of that word is ignorami!

          • Jeff Kelly | July 6, 2016 at 12:20 pm |

            So we should all speak in Latin then? No not everyone took Latin anywhere(that are still alive and breathing, that is). Dominus Vom Biscum, Et Tu Spiritu Santum. Ahhhhhmen. Perhaps it would be better if we all spoke in pig latin. LMAO

          • Archie1954 | July 6, 2016 at 12:41 pm |

            You missed the “t” in Sanctum! “Don’t trust Russians”? Well in 1976, good old Scoop was actually speaking of Soviets, not Russians per se. There are no more Soviets, that regime imploded over 20 years ago. You are now dealing with Russians and a strong Russian President who will not be threatened, blackmailed or intimidated. I have the intense feeling that is what irks you so much. Imagine someone with the intestinal fortitude to stand up to the World’s bully. What a nerve huh?

          • Jeff Kelly | July 6, 2016 at 1:35 pm |

            Yes–so the wealthy judo wrestling bare chested horseback riding leader of Russia annexed Crimea, started war in Eastern Ukraine whilst sending soldiers in who wouldn’t even identify themselves as such—and that was perfectly fine because the nation invited them in, is that your line of faulty reasoning? No one disputes your rendering of history, but who do you think shot down the commercial airliner off Kamchatka that was accidentally over Soviet territory? And what is that territory called today? Now, the naming of what things are is not the crux of this debate. What you are talking about is repeating nearly the exact phrases published on Pravda which is a known propaganda machine of the Kremlin. So that means that everyone who states this fact is an “ignoramus”. Not so. Who is the world’s bully today, after the taking of Crimea, the war in Eastern Ukraine which rages on, the turmoil in Syria and Turkey where Russians refuse to agree on a stretegy to go after ISIS, and the buzzing of ships by Russia of our Navy over international waters within 30 feet? I tell you this….while there cannot be a disagreement over the policies USA had in Iraq and continues to have in Afghanistan–especially with the announcement that Obama isn’t going to pull out there at all–the title for world’s bully is very much up for grabs based on the behavior of The Russian Federation forces today. As for my poor repetition of Latin, I only recall the sayings when the Mass was said in Latin, and that was the mid-1960’s when that last happened, so perhaps I can be forgiven. ; – OO

          • Archie1954 | July 6, 2016 at 2:00 pm |

            Most of your comments, I have already responded to but Korean Airlines Fight 007 was shot down by the Soviets, you know, that Communist regime that is now gone. For goodness sake, the US shortly thereafter shot down an Iranian Commercial jet liner with over two hundred people on board, killing them all, so these things do happen on both sides of the equation. You do understand that the illegitimate Kiev government sent it’s Right Sektor and military to the East to fight the people living there. No Russian military or Eastern states militias journeyed to Kiev or the Western Ukrainian provinces to attack and invade. That was left to Kiev and only Kiev and only in the East. Once more your information is faulty about Turkey and Syria. Russia was invited into Syria to assist Assad and the de facto and de jure government to fight ISIS and other American funded and supported terrorists, attempting to destroy a secular Syria and make it into an extremist Muslim theocracy. The uninvited US has been supposedly fighting ISIS for two years in Syria and not even causing them a nosebleed for Heaven’s sake. In fact ISIS actually grew in numbers and strength until Russia said, enough is enough and within two months of fighting ISIS has them on the run much to the chagrin of the US. That information is readily available on the Net. you don’t have to read Pravda for any of it. As far as buzzing US ships, the Russians are putting on a little show to make sure the Americans understand that if they try any funny business when within 30 kilometres of Russian borders on the Black Sea they will be dealt with.

          • Jeff Kelly | July 6, 2016 at 6:27 pm |

            Whether it was the Soviets or the Russian Federation, the military HQ is still Moscow. Moscow. Get it? The same folks–they just switched names and emblems in 1991. You can call them “clouds” and it doesn’t make a dime’s worth of difference. It is the same paranoid folks who keep accusing “The West” of plotting things that are never plotted. It’s a narrative used to propagate propaganda and do all kinds of things that otherwise no one in their OWN country would PERMIT them to do. So you are just plain wrong to make such a big point on that. You keep calling the Kiev government “illegitimate”. You have no basis upon which to do so–except the constant drumbeat of lies fostered and propagated by Russia and its own propaganda. In no way was the Kiev government illegitimate when you proclaim it was. “For heaven’s sake”–at one point a Russian puppet leader was installed. Only after he was found to be corrupt and fled the country did the Russians then proclaim the government to be illegitimate. The issue was siding with NATO or Western culture, which Russians could never permit or tolerate. That was always the issue and they dreamed up a bunch of propaganda to villify the big bad West over Ukraine. You swallowed their pablum hook, line, and sinker. Repeating the propaganda a billion times doesn’t turn the lies into truth. Although Hitler and the Nazis found it an effective technique, just as Putin and his minions are finding this in more contemporary times.
            But you don’t stop there with that nonsense. You now proclaim that it is the USA that sponsored ISIS. Now you are really so far off the deep end you cannot be pulled back. But congratulations, you are on the right board surrounded by a bunch of fellow lunatics. So don’t worry….just be happy.

          • Archie1954 | July 6, 2016 at 7:13 pm |

            You really should grow up. A person who has matured might be able to understand that the America you live and breathe for is a myth and has been for many decades. the Russians are not the Soviets. The Russians were subject to Soviet Communism and they overcame it. To say they are the same as the Soviets is so beyond ridiculous that I am shocked that anyone thinks that! The US was responsible for ISIS. That is a given and is not even controversial. It is simply true. The CIA sponsored al Queda and the Taliban as “freedom fighters” to keep the Soviets from taking over Afghanistan. After the Soviets were thrown out the US allowed these two groups of freedom fighters who the rest of the World call terrorists to keep their weapons, armaments and financing. They just stayed where they were and embroiled certain areas of the Middle East in constant turmoil. The along comes the most intelligent president the US ever foisted on the World, GW Bush who attacked, invaded, and destroyed two nations in the middle East. Behind him comes the current president who promptly destroys Libya allowing all of its armaments to be dispersed to a new gang of terrorists which grew out of both the Taliban and al Queda, ISIS which now possessed weapons, money and due to the constant American killing in their homelands, men. In fact the more the killing the greater ISIS grew. When the US decided to look at Syria is when ISIS really became a terrible opponent. You see, constant war creates pushback and that is what ISIS is. The more the US pushes, the faster and harder the pushback. To just put is simply so even you can understand. The US created ISIS and all the other terrorist thugs in the Middle East!

          • Jeff Kelly | July 6, 2016 at 8:33 pm |

            I have grown up and also live in reality. It is amazing you managed to get ANY reality fit in between your rants of hallucinatory-derived pablum. You really DO have a very bad case of conspiracy oriented addiction, and I do not think there is a cure for you. But, as I say, you are surrounded by nice comrades here. And yes, just because the Soviet Union changed its name to Russia in 1991 doesn’t mean the entire paranoid leadership order in Moscow changed. It didn’t. You perhaps were once a rational being but are now a conspiracy theory addicted raving maniac, thanks to your beloved “Net”. More like throw a net over you and haul you away. LMFAO

          • Archie1954 | July 6, 2016 at 9:27 pm |

            Your reality is that of an institutionalized mental patient. When you have mush for brains you really can’t understand the truths I’m relaying to you. Some of the other comments on this page may open your eyes but I doubt it. You are much too brainwashed.

          • Jeff Kelly | July 7, 2016 at 7:25 am |

            You have not relayed “truths” to me or anyone else. Since you cannot defend your position with a shred of evidence, instead you rely on more ad hominem attacks to “justify” your pathetic position. The person “brainwashed” is you. I have given you actual evidence:pentagon plans in drawing down its budget from the Cold War era based on that new model, and widespread agreement on that–until Putin decided to become a hegemonist. You have no facts to bolster your position. If you do we have yet to see them. Where are these facts? There are none. And there will never be any. Just repeated Pravda propaganda directly from the Kremlin itself(does the Kremlin have any evidence for these claims, or Pravda, or any of the state-sponsored OR independent media outlets within Russia? Nope. And what would you know of “institutionalized mental patients”? You are using this imagery to bash me, and this is your initiative, so what prompted you to it–some kind of personal experience perchance? Oh, and are you one of those who has to have the last word no matter what? Hanh!!

          • Archie1954 | July 7, 2016 at 10:48 am |

            Continuing your absurd ranting and raving just proves my feeling that you need to be institutionalized until you get back on your meds.

          • Jeff Kelly | July 7, 2016 at 11:00 am |

            Have to have the last ad hominem attack eh? You just proved my belief in this regard. The absurdity is on your side, mister. I put forward facts and you have no facts. Case closed. Except for your need to have the last ad hominem attack, of course.

          • Archie1954 | July 7, 2016 at 12:38 pm |

            My comments about your mental situation are well confirmed by your constant refusal to see the truth. My information on such Ukrainian matters and America’s part in the destabilization of the Middle East did not originate with Pravda, it is well disclosed by any number of members of the international media, international and American diplomats, government sources and the very refugees created by constant American wars, themselves. Your refusal to accept the reality resulting from constant US intervention Worldwide, is a sign that you have major mental problems. That’s too bad but it doesn’t change the facts on the ground!

          • Jeff Kelly | July 7, 2016 at 12:48 pm |

            No no no. You do not get off just with a vague reference to “members of the international media, international and American diplomats, government sources”, etc. You have to name your sources and point to where someone can review your information. You cannot do that. Simple as that. I don’t have a refusal to accept lots of reality resulting from U.S. intervention, especially in Iraq, and can argue and have argued in this vein whenever and wherever this is needed. Thus your attempt to paint me with such a broad brush is not reasonable. Also not reasonable is to determine that I am mentally ill based upon my refusal to buy into your specific assertions about Ukraine. Icksnay on the ental millnesay. (Yes, I do think pig latin is quite appropriate now) You have now become so silly you are like a carnival barker! lmao

          • Archie1954 | July 7, 2016 at 1:48 pm |

            Have you noticed that I don’t ask you to show me where your foolish ideas come from. That is because they are simply absurd and you don’t have sources. After all how could you when your beliefs are just lies. My sources are everywhere, the BBC, Der Spiegel, Politico, Drudge, Rense, Al Jazeera, National Post, Huffington Post, Daily Beast, Economist, Forbes, Washington Post, NY Times, Paris Match, Reuters etc.,etc.

          • Jeff Kelly | July 7, 2016 at 1:59 pm |

            Well you’re narrowing your sources down a tad, but absent thus far still are dates, authors, etc. so that anyone including awful me can review any of the material you have. That might be helpful should you wish to share your sources with someone else. I, in fact, would be happy to review the material and then tell you what I think, but without any specifics, it is impossible to read anything that you say informed your opinion on Ukraine, wrong though it is. Now as for my sources, these are all the national media common to us all–but I guess “they” are “not to be trusted”–yes? Hmmm yeah……

          • Archie1954 | July 7, 2016 at 2:50 pm |

            “Not to be trusted”? Now that’s the only thing we agree on!

          • Jeff Kelly | July 7, 2016 at 3:01 pm |

            No, not at all–we do not agree on that. I was simply asking you to affirm your apparent distrust of much media. You just did. Congratulations, “Last Word Archie”. You married to last word Edith, by any chance? LMAO

    • Crimea voted to be part of Russia again.Not a shot was fired.Nudelman and Hillary’s regime change in Ukraine has been a disaster.

  4. I don’t know about you but I am sick of having to worry about what foolish provocation for WWIII the US is going to think of next. I am also sick to death of every other nation’s so called leadership acquiescing in such deadly stupidity! Please Prime Minister, stop pandering to American foolhardiness. It could kill us all.

  5. What utter foolishness. Wow!

    • These were my sentiments exactly after reading your standard Pravda lines, replete with the same adjectives the paid trolls on there enjoy using, comrade!!

      • To show just how deeply ignorant you are, Russia is not communist, it is capitalist, Russia is not unGodly it is Christian, Russia is not a one party tyranny it is democratic, so the foolish terminology, “comrade” used by you is a reference to a much earlier time and should be retired. If you would cease getting all your information from the Faux “News” Network you might actually learn something.

        • Anyone can say they are not unGodly(your capitalization is exquisite there, as exquisite as your Latin) and Christian, but saying so doesn’t make it so. Just keep attending any “Christian church” for awhile and witness the unGodly behavior including on the part of leaders often enough. My terms ought be retired!! Oh, I see. But we are all supposed to speak in Latin, though. Right on. I get my information from the Fox News Network? Well I would state you have GOT to be kidding but for the fact I am reasonably sure you are not at this point. You are entertaining though in your conintual illogic and imbecilic repeating of Pravda propaganda. Now, also you may not be familiar with this since it was probably before your time, but there was a high level Democrat back in the day named Henry “Scoop” Jackson who understood that you don’t just trust the Russians on everything they say–and in the year 1976 his Presidential campaign was endorsed by one of the most liberal U.S. Senators around at the time, Daniel Patrick Moynihan. I witnessed the speech in Miami Beach, and I was sitting so close to Leslie Stahl I could see her eye shadow and can tell you the color of it to this very day. You might want to expand your mind a bit but no, that is not your proclivity. Ad hominem attacks are the only thing that work for you.

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