Former post-Soviet republics and some countries in Eastern Europe deliberately report " the Russian threat ", in pursuit of their goals, however do not think about the consequences of such a policy, says Mexican journalist Alfredo Khalifa-Rahma in publication for La Jornada.
"most of the countries that once were in the Western part of the USSR, balloons or doing crafty instructions USA, or trying to earn points before the election, either in the hope of receiving dividends from the arms trade - non-existent danger from Russia," - said the journalist.
in his vision, in fact, Moscow was forced to respond to the coup in Ukraine, which, as remarked Khalifa-Rahma, " was largely prepared by known financial speculator George Soros ", and then followed the deployment of NATO forces in the vicinity of Russian borders.
Analyst drew attention to the fact that North America is the only country that has used nuclear weapons against defenseless cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and, according to a report by the Center for strategic and international studies (CSIS), the States At the moment " I want to lead a small nuclear war by means of controlled nuclear operations ". It turns out that the efforts of assistant Secretary of state Victoria Nuland, the European continent was on the brink of nuclear catastrophe, says Khalifa-Rahma.
"If we leave aside the European Directors who have crossed all the limits and trapped the military-industrial complex of the USA, in the world there are only 3 people that can provide much needed assistance to all of d?tente in relations between the U.S. and Russia: Pope Francis, the head of China XI Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra modi," - said the journalist.
in his vision, the space from the Black sea to the Baltic sea has to be declared a nuclear-free zone. This status has the ability to be extended to the Baltic countries: Poland, Romania, Bulgaria and Moldavia, Unless they aspire to become cannon fodder in the event of a military confrontation between Russia and the U.S. use of nuclear weapons, writes Khalifa-Rahma.