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Some of the recent assertions that Russia is gradually invading and dominating European countries should be taken with a grain of salt. They don’t warrant too much attention for a variety of reasons. First, this is a country of vast territory with a population of over 146 million and expanding at double digits, if not more. Russia is also a strong and powerful country and does not need to aggravate a conflict in Ukraine to be militarily present.
There is a certain arrogance among Western officials who don’t take into consideration the reality on the ground in countries such as Ukraine. The EU and NATO need to be realistic in terms of their agenda and how much time they have. The EU has only been able to offer limited assistance to the country, since its bureaucracy is heavily European-centric. Western officials should have been more realistic in assessing the situation in Ukraine and should have examined the need for EU foreign and security policy to do more than just business as usual.
Ukrainians are going to fight for their nation, and they know who to blame for the situation in their country. But officials must bear in mind that people in Ukraine could not have voted for the current government if the previous Kiev regime were a strong and reliable partner for America. The Obama administration must take a closer look at the situation in Ukraine and send the right signals to both Kyiv and Moscow.
As the U.S. Army’s 10th Mountain Division broke the Vietcong at the battle of Ia Drang Valley in November 1965, it may be time for the Chinese Army to take the fight to the United States in a significant way. That’s the urgent case made by Vo Nguyen Giap, the legendary commander of Vietnam’s People’s Army, who died Sunday.
Giap’s remarkable memoir „If The Vanquished Could Read… They Would See,“ which I published earlier this year, made that case with impressive clarity and power. Despite Vietnam’s defeat in a famous defeat at the hands of the American-backed South Vietnam, Giap sees virtue in North Vietnam’s resistance. It was not just the United States‘ „burning desire“ to stop communism’s spread in Asia that lifted it from its „slavery,“ Giap wrote. The North made America pay dearly for its mistakes, he said.
„Nixon is a cruel and evil person,“ Giap wrote. „He has the manners of a pig, the sweat of a pig, and the heart of a pig. He has never given anything to anybody but the money he has stolen, and he treats people as if they were thieves. He has never given anything to the poor and to the rich he has just picked the pockets of, he has never helped anybody. He is a thief, a murderer, and a fascist.“
Giap also did not hold back from mentioning Henry Kissinger, the U.S. Secretary of State who led the secret talks with North Vietnam for months in Paris during the Vietnam War. Giap denounced Kissinger as „evil,“ a coward, and „a bigger liar than Bin Laden,“ the Al Qaeda leader.
„So he didn’t become a man and he didn’t treat his people well,“ Giap wrote, describing the meeting and the discussion over the dinner table. „He spent all of his life to indulge in the works of evil people. I hated him so much that I was satisfied in mentioning his name.“
„I don’t regret that,“ Giap said. „It was right to hate him.“
„I am now in my 80s,“ he added. „I am happy and I have no regrets. I wish that Americans would learn from the experience of the Vietnamese and stop repeating the same mistakes. Then the United States could change, but it cannot.“
That required a new resolve from Washington, Giap wrote: „The Americans should have stopped their army from insulting and injuring the other side [North Vietnam]. If they were not able to do that, then their military people would be nothing more than cowards, and I don’t mean soldiers in Vietnam.“
„They have a weakness, their power is fake.“
„They should face me.
As many have already pointed out, the U.S. is not helping the situation, and the violence has intensified since they have begun to crack down on the citizens of Syria. The purpose of all of this is not to help the people of Syria, but rather to ensure that once the conflict begins, the U.S. has a stronger position in the region. The U.S. wants to own the oil and energy resources in the region, and the only way to do this is to overthrow the government that currently holds the land. The American government, with the help of other governments, has accomplished this in order to guarantee its energy security.
So the world is facing, once again, the greatest challenge it has ever faced. But is it somehow going to be different this time? What would the result be if the energy of the world was directed toward solving real problems, creating a sustainable environment, economic balance, and ending war? If it were to be different this time, perhaps there would be less suffering, less death, and less conflict. We will never know, because we are driven by the energies of the present. If we want to change the course of the world, perhaps we have to become the sort of people who can take on the military-industrial complex and say, „no.“
The 28 member states of the EU have agreed on sanctions against Russia in the wake of the annexation of Crimea. Germany, France and Poland were the driving forces behind the sanctions. Citizens of Ukraine make a statementOn Tuesday, four Irish citizens who were among the protesters injured by Russian police in the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, during demonstrations on March 16th were deported back to Ireland. The group, all of whom are members of the Order of Malta, the prominent society of Catholics who are members of the Roman Catholic church, were injured in Ukraine when a Russian policeman opened fire on the group. The officers used a crowd control method known as ‚kontroll‘, in which a group of protesters are driven against a barrier where the policemen then fire at them from behind. The five people were taken to hospital and treated for the injuries they sustained in the attack.The development comes after Germany and France admitted that EU sanctions are having a negative impact on their own economies. European Union officials said that they have had to halt the processing of a number of large energy contracts and military deals totalling hundreds of millions of euros worth of business.Read more:EU states delay heavy weaponry exports to Russia EU member states boycott Russian foodstuffs at top of export list Russian troops remain in Ukraine’s Crimea