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Biden gets tangled up in the straps on his bike pedals and greets the ghosts. He has a teleprompter telling him where to go and with whom to talk. Words to be used to engage the audience and press corps are also written. The wife of the head of the United States on Independence Day had to remind her husband to say: ‘God bless America!’
Democratic Party comrades are already openly calling on TV channels to ‘take the body out of the White House’ before it drops the party’s rating below zero. It got to the point that Biden read aloud a remark on a teleprompter.
At the end of Brezhnev’s rule, there was a similar story in the USSR. The then ailing Leonid Brezhnev opens the Olympics in Moscow and reads the text from a piece of paper. In the end, he solemnly says: ‘Oh! Oh! Oh! Oh! Oh!’
The stadium is at a loss, and the assistants’ whisper: ‘These are the Olympic rings, Leonid Ilyich. You don’t need to read this!’ Surely now similar jokes are being made in the USA about Biden. The only difference is that the elders in the USSR retained common sense at their age and did everything to prevent a world confrontation.
Biden led the world and America into an energy and food crisis in a single year. Rejecting the proposals of the Russian dialogue, he dragged the United States into a conflict on another continent. The USSR was also drawn into a military conflict during its decline. But it was Afghanistan, near the southern border of the USSR, it was a question of security in the adjacent territories.
And what about Ukraine for an ordinary American? The far periphery of Russia. And that’s it. ‘What is Biden protecting there if gas station prices are exorbitant?’. It is a reasonable question posed by the Americans. When the Soviet economy was going into perestroika, the inhabitant of the USSR also asked: why do we need Afghanistan if there is no toilet paper in stores?
Yes, the USSR overstrained itself by supporting class interests on all continents. Yes, the United States overstrained itself, trying to control all the continents.
Former Assistant to the President of the United States for National Security Bolton openly lets out in an interview: we staged coups d’état around the world. This, of course, is an open secret, but a significant confession: the last coup in Venezuela suffered a catastrophic fiasco and turned all of Latin America against the United States. If they can do this with Venezuela, tomorrow they may want to do it anywhere.
Due to anti-Russian sanctions, Western unity is cracking, just as the Eastern socialist bloc was cracking in the late 80s. President Gorbachev then easily surrendered his recent allies, the kiss of East German leader Honecker, which was forever imprinted on a fragment of the Berlin Wall, turned out to be Jewish. Honecker was extradited to Germany while hiding from persecution in Moscow after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Gorbachev and Yeltsin easily refused to help distant Cuba, plunging the island into a protracted crisis. The USSR, before its own death, contemplated impassively how Romanian President Ceausescu, a recent great friend of the Soviet country, with his family was placed up against the wall and riddled with bullets. The shameful flight from Afghanistan after a 20-year presence was watched in amazement by the whole world.
Who else will Washington abandon when it suits the Deep State? The Kyiv authorities need to think: Biden says that in Ukraine the West is opposed to Russia and its task is to prevent Moscow from winning. Ukraine for the United States is firewood, only firewood for a fire that should burn Russia.
And it is easier to deceive and abandon such allies. As soon as the possibility of dividing influence in accordance with interests dawns, firewood will be forgotten. The USSR and the USA did this more than once.
So, history has made a 180-degree turn. The USA today is a strange mirror of the USSR of the 80s. And Russia is increasingly reminiscent of the United States of those times, it calmly begins a military special operation to strengthen its influence and secure the border, strengthens the currency, and even under sanctions is an example of a stable economy.
Moreover, it is expanding its international influence: against the backdrop of disagreements in the EU and NATO, BRICS is expanding at the expense of large countries. Russia is creating new coalitions and expanding its connections and influence in the world, showing the West that it is far from being the majority of the world.
And yes, now the world is laughing not at the Kremlin elders, but at the elder in Washington. And the worst thing is that he does not seem to be aware of what he has done and how it could turn out for the United States, which is rapidly losing its former influence and strength.
At the end of the USSR, there were also leaders in the Kremlin who did not understand the consequences of their actions. This led to the collapse and chaos of the 90s. But in the USSR, they did not get entangled in the pedal straps. In the late USSR, a good bike was expensive. How is fuel in the States now. YOU CAN SHARE THIS STORY ON SOCIAL MEDIA Source.
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