Kennedy delivers a brutal truth about Biden’s Russia policies; ‘We were lied to’ | wayne dupree

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. said in an interview that the United States has frequently violated “red lines” instead of heeding Russian President Vladimir Putin’s warnings. The Democratic presidential candidate for the United States said Washington should have either welcomed Moscow into NATO or destroyed the post-Cold War anti-Russian alliance.

“We should have paid attention to Putin for many years. We promised Gorbachev and Russia that we would not move NATO even a little to the east. After that, we went in and lied,” Kennedy told the UnHerd publication.

The United States pushed NATO to Russia’s borders instead of offering to include Russia in the West, as many diplomats advocated in 1991. What else does NATO aim to do? another against Russia? Russia would naturally react as if you were approaching them in a hostile manner from the start, Kennedy warned.

He recalled the notorious phone conversation in which Victoria Nuland ‘chosen a new cabinet’ hostile to Moscow and called what happened in Kyiv in 2014 an ‘essentially a coup’ sponsored by the United States .

Kennedy said that if Mexico did that and then started murdering expatriate Americans, “we would invade in a second” since they murdered 14,000 Russians in the Donbass, according to the Ukrainian government, and because Putin “told us repeatedly: these are red lines, you cross.”

American leaders should be able to “step into each other’s shoes”, as his uncle John F. Kennedy did in 1962 during the Cuban Missile Crisis, leading the country away from the brink of nuclear war, against the opinion of all his advisers.

Kennedy called Putin a “gangster”, a “thug” and a “tyrant” and denounced the “barbaric and illegal invasion” of Ukraine. He also said that the United States had already “sacrificed” 300,000 Ukrainians in the war. Kennedy called the invasion of Ukraine “barbaric and illegal”. “Every step we’ve taken has been to broaden the conflict and maximize the bloodshed,” he said, although the White House presents aid to Kyiv as a humanitarian mission.

As Kennedy said, “Let’s be honest: this is a war of the United States against Russia, to essentially sacrifice the flower of Ukrainian youth in a slaughterhouse of death and destruction for the geopolitical ambition of the neoconservatives” for see a regime change in Moscow. He went on to say that the perpetrators of the problem lacked the ability to fix it.

Asked about his suggested course of action, Kennedy said an agreement like the Minsk Accords, a commitment to keep Ukraine out of NATO and the removal of nuclear missile launchers from Russia’s borders could be efficient.

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