Tuesday, April 22, 2014

The Cold War Was Easier According to Kerry

 It would be funny if the realities weren't so serious and the stakes so high.  Aside from having Barack Obama as president, the only thing that I can think of more dangerous to America, is having John Kerry as Secretary of State.  Aside from the fact that the man is a traitor to this nation and has been repeatedly exposed as such, he is literally an imbecile when it comes to the most basic levels of communication beyond his Dystopian hatred of America and his love of socialist communism.

Make no mistake, John Kerry has been a communist and a communist sympathizer for over forty years. He made his bones with the communist of Asia in Paris in the early 1970's, while he was undercutting our troops in Vietnam behind the scenes at the Paris Peace Talks. Kerry seriously believes that he has a relationship and a rapport with those in the port vietnam communist world who he believes share his beliefs.  

Hillary Clinton was certainly a socialist liberal and remains so,  however, John Kerry is dangerous. He is dangerous because he seriously lacks any reasoned understanding of world dynamics, geopolitical interactions between nations state friends and nation state enemies or the present actions of Americas two greatest adversaries in particular,  Russia and China.

I seriously wonder how long it is going to take before Vladimir Putin takes decisive and dramatic action in  the Ukraine and eastern Europe. and how long after that before he sends the message to America...."can you hear me now? 

Kerry says the cold war was easier. He would know

Washington (AFP) - Secretary of State John Kerry attested Tuesday to the massively complex challenges Washington faces in Ukraine, Russia, Iran and the Middle East, declaring "it was easier" during the Cold War.
In a candid moment during a State Department speech, the top US diplomat said changing global power dynamics made a quaint memory of the early East-West stalemate, when American children would "crouch under our desks at school and practice" safety steps for a possible nuclear attack.
"During the Cold War... it was easier than it is today -- simpler is maybe a way to put it," Kerry told aid and development experts.
"The choices were less varied, less complicated, more stark, more clear: Communism, democracy, West, East, the Iron Curtain."
He said "multiple emerging powers," unleashed forces like radical Islam, and "too many failed states" have dramatically complicated the landscape, requiring a form of diplomatic precision that was not absolutely necessary decades ago.

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