China, typically a politically laid back actor, is about to flex its Muscles, and you can bet your sweet ass the Russians and Cubans are going to create a situation that will Isolate the United States, and further undermine our economies, create atmospheres of tension … and so on.
Pay back is a bitch, we all know it. Our So called leaders have led us to this position, Indeed they have led the world to this situation we find ourselves in. The coming troubles can be , and should be laid directly at their feet. It is us however, that will suffer the most.
I actually can not blame the Russians and Chinese for taking some steps to protect themselves from our risks, and our association with Israel, Which China views as an extreme political risk, and so do the Russians. Action speaks louder than words, and action is coming slowly, just like the hand of Justice.
ATA … ” Check These 3 China State Media releases ” Make me a lier !!!
Chinese, Cuban leaders pledge staunch friendship, reciprocal cooperation
HAVANA, July 22 (Xinhua) — Visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping and Cuban leader Raul Castro pledged here Tuesday that the two countries will be long-term, staunch friends and partners for reciprocal cooperation.
“We will resolutely deepen our friendship and treat each other with all sincerity, carry out mutually beneficial cooperation and forge our partnership in reform and development,” Xi said during talks with Castro, president of Cuba’s Council of State and the Council of Ministers.
“China cherishes the traditional friendship between the two nations. No matter how the international situation changes, it will be a set policy of China to develop a long-term friendship with Cuba,” Xi noted.
Putin warns of attempts to destabilize Russia
MOSCOW, July 22 (Xinhua) — Russian President Vladimir Putin said Tuesday that his country currently does not see any military threat to its sovereignty and territorial integrity, but that the country faces economic pressure.
Speaking at a National Security Council meeting, Putin warned that although there was no direct military threat to the Russian sovereignty, there were international attempts to destabilize the country.
“The language of sanction has currently been used more often, and the very definition of the state sovereignty has been diluted,” the RIA Novosti news agency quoted Putin as saying.
Putin added that there were attempts to destabilize the independently thinking governments using various means, including state coups.
He also said Moscow saw clear signs of NATO beefing up its presence in eastern Europe, warning that Russia will adequately and proportionally react to the “demonstrative” activity.
Putin stressed that the Russian government must consider taking extra measures to protect the economy from external political risks.
“I think that we should think of additional steps to decrease the dependency of national economy and financial system on unfavorable external factors, not only the instability of global markets but also possible political risks,” Putin said.
HAVANA, July 22 (Xinhua) — Chinese President Xi Jinping visited Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro here Tuesday and the two exchanged views on bilateral ties, the international situation and other issues of common concern.
Xi said that his state visit to Cuba is aimed at inheriting and carrying forward the traditional friendship between the two countries jointly built by Castro and the older generations of Chinese leaders, so as to inject new impetus into bilateral cooperation.
He recalled the meeting with Castro in 2011 when he visited Cuba, saying he is very pleased to see the Cuban leader in good health now.
“You are the founder of the causes of Cuban revolution and construction and also of the China-Cuba relationship,” Xi said.
“You are deeply admired by the Cuban people and have also won the respect of the Chinese people. We will never forget the significant contributions you have made to the bilateral relationship,” he said.
Xi briefed Castro on his Latin America tour, including the sixth BRICS summit and his meeting with Latin American and Caribbean leaders in Brazil.
Castro, for his part, said he cherishes the memory of his friendly exchanges with China and believes the bilateral relations will yield more fruitful results under the guidance of President Xi and the Cuban leaders.
The international landscape is changing profoundly, and the rise of emerging markets and developing countries will have a significant and far-reaching impact on the world, said Castro.
The development of China, a great nation, is set to play a significant role in promoting world peace and development, he said.