Well they’ve finally come out and said it outright. It was obvious to me many months ago that this was going to happen. In fact, it was a point that I specifically brought up back in February when I wrote my post about “Why I support Trump”. I made it quite clear that America’s relationship with Russia is deteriorating, and that it would only get worse to the point of potential war between the two, if Hillary Clinton was to come to power. Trump on the other hand has made it clear that he wants to improve America’s relationship with Russia and as far as I’m concerned, that’s probably the most vital issue of this election.
You see, I don’t care about the man’s personality flaws. I don’t care that he’s said things that are considered taboo to say in our insane, overly politically correct world. In the grand scheme of things, none of that stuff really matters. All they are, is just fucking words. Nobody is going to get killed by them. There’s no way anyone can try to claim the moral high ground by supporting the woman who may very well lead us into the most destructive war, with the greatest potential for lost human life in human history, over a man who says stuff that people take offence to. Anyone who thinks otherwise is a fucking moron.
So anyway, an ally of Putin has come out and stated what was obvious to me months ago… that America needs a Trump victory, or else nuclear war could be inevitable.
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.
Just in case it isn’t clear, this is not a threat, even though it might look like it. Rather, it is a plead to the American people to see sense and make the right choice. If you’ve read any of my previous articles on this topic, you would know that America, not Russia, have been the aggressors in this situation, and that Hillary Clinton is one of the most aggressive of all. A Hillary victory is 100% guaranteed to result in her going after Russia even more, and this is what this Russian guy is hoping to prevent. He wants someone that Russia can actually cooperate with, not an unstable lunatic like Hillary, who seems to have a vendetta against them.
Even as far back as mid 2013, she was already threatening them. Make sure to read the video comments as well to get a better insight.
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.
See what I mean? The Russians don’t want things to get worse. They actually do want to find a peaceful solution. It’s just that they recognise the fact that the current American establishment (of which, Hillary is a major player in), can’t be reasoned with at all.
It’s not as if they haven’t tried reasoning with America. They just wouldn’t listen.
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 realize 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.”
Again, not a threat. Simply a statement of fact. If Russia and America were to go to war it would cause major destruction worldwide, because of the firepower that both countries possess. The fact that people like Hillary and her backers aren’t concerned, leads me to believe that they must have somewhere safe to go and hide when all hell breaks loose.
The ordinary citizens on the other hand…
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 organizations.
Without any evidence to back up these accusations.
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.
He wouldn’t even need to. From what I understand, the “hacked” documents came from John Podesta’s Gmail account. As far as I know, Google’s servers weren’t hacked, it was only his account, which means that whoever “hacked” him had to get his password specifically. He probably just responded to a phishing email, or he may have just used a very weak password that could have been guessed easily, or was perhaps used on multiple sites. You wouldn’t need Russia to do something as simple as that.
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.
I wonder how he got that impression of the West.
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.
Must be another hate-filled Islamophobe, who hates Muslims for no reason, just like Trump. If only these hate filled bigots would learn that Islam is a religion of peace. They media even tells us so every single time a terrorist attack is committed by someone claiming to represent Islam, and it must be true, because our media would never dream of lying to us.
Zhirinovsky, who said he met Trump in New York in 2002, revels in his similarities with the American businessman — they are the same age, favor 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 cozy 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.
And sure, why shouldn’t they? Look at all the damage they’ve done to the world in the last few years by interfering in the affairs of others. They destroyed Libya, Afghanistan, and Iraq. They would have destroyed Syria, if Russia hadn’t gotten involved when they did. All they’ve done is destabilised the world, and caused the loss of so many lives, that never should have been lost. That’s why I have to laugh as well at anyone who is outraged at what Russia is doing to Aleppo. No, it isn’t the ideal scenario, but at the same time, it wouldn’t even be happening, if America hadn’t trained, armed, and financed, a bunch of terrorists, to destabilise Syria in the first place.
“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.
Hey, if Henry Kissinger could win one, then I don’t see why Trump couldn’t.
Clinton ‘craves’ power
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.
I agree. Actions speak louder than words, and Hillary has proven herself to be unfit for office, whereas Trump is a great unknown. If the choice is between a guaranteed disaster, or a wild card who could go either way, then the choice is obvious to me, I’ll take my chances on the wild card.
“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.
Whether you agree with this or not, it’s not the most important to take from all of this. Feel free to condemn the man for his comments about women in general if you wish, but don’t think for a second that just because you disagree with that point, that it suddenly makes Hillary any better than she was. She’s still the same, unstable, psychopath that she always was, regardless of whether you condone his comments about women or not.
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.”
Again, something I agree with. Plenty of us say things in private, that we wouldn’t consider appropriate to say publicly. What really matters is the actions that we take. If we’re really going to go down that path of bringing private conversations into the mix, then there’s plenty that can be used against Hillary too. Again, if you want to condemn either one of them for things they’ve said, then do as you wish. You’re perfectly free to disagree with them if you want. However, none of it is relevant to the presidency, as far as I’m concerned. Only the actions that they’ll perform in their role as president matter, and the way I see it, Trump is the superior choice for the role.
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.”
Ominous words. Let’s hope cooler heads prevail.