Friday, February 12, 2016

Kissinger and Putin

Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger is meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.  Why is Kissinger still a thing?  Putin says he values Kissinger's opinion on global issues.  Why should Putin trust Kissinger and what is Kissinger telling Putin to do? The problem here is that Kissinger is not elected or appointed and we have no idea what he is telling Putin.  There is no oversight on Kissinger's advising.  

Kissinger is free to talk to whomever he wishes. The problem is that I don't feel like Kissinger's opinions reflect my values and I don't like world leaders listening to him because it is exactly his globalist opinions that have brought us to the precarous point in history in which we now find ourselves. 

World leaders have settled upon a cease-fire in Syria. Putin asks that the border of Syria and Turkey closed because he has been upset that oil is flowing into NATO member Turkey while supplies and arms are flowing from Turkey into Syria.

Additionally, Saudi Arabia is prepping to send in 350,000 troops into Syria to create a "so-called" safe zone in Syria.  Putin and Medvedev have said multiple times that they would consider using tactical nuclear weapons to defend Syria and that an escalation of the conflict in Syria would lead to permenant World War.


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