June 17, 2021
Trump Declares Summit “Good Day For Russia” After “EuroJoe” Collides With “Flemish Rambo”
An informative new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today discussing the ramifications of the just completed summit between President Putin and Supreme Socialist Leader Joe Biden—a summit the TASS News Agency compared to the 4 June 1961 meeting in Vienna between President John F. Kennedy and First Secretary Nikita Khrushchev, after which it saw Kennedy saying about Khrushchev: “He just beat the hell out of me”—says unlike the 1961 summit that “demonstrated the negative consequences that can result from a failed meeting, because it heightened mistrust on both sides and had disastrous consequences as the world came within a hairsbreadth of nuclear war”, yesterday’s Geneva meeting between Putin and Biden, while coming at the lowest point in Russian-American relations since the world was a hairsbreadth from nuclear war, was most accurately assessed by President Donald Trump, who said: “I think it was a good day for Russia”.
With the Kremlin eventually accepting the invitation to this summit after repeated urgent requests from socialist leader Biden, it was preceded by warning American leftist news articles like “Sorry, Biden. Putin Honestly Could Not Care Less” and “Biden Loses To Putin At Geneva Summit Just By Showing Up”—was a summit concluded after around three and a half hours with a break—saw the only agreements being made were for both sides to keep talking to each other and returning each others ambassadors to facilitate dialogue—saw this summit being joined by legendary Russian winery Abrau-Durso, the Russian producer of sparkling and still wines with a history dating back to 1870, announcing it is resuming exports to the United States after a five-year break—then saw the Russian Ruble strengthening a to 11-month high as Russia squeezes out the US Dollar from its economy—and at the very moment this summit began, it saw American rating giant Fitch upgrading Russia’s economic outlook this year from 3.3% to 3.7%, with them saying GDP growth will accelerate to 5.5% in the second half of 2021.
Also preceding this summit was socialist leader Biden trotting out the old canard that he was going to give Russia a tongue lashing about human rights—that was quickly replied to by Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov saying that Russia was ready to discuss human rights if Biden wants, but starting with arrest of protesters who stormed US Capitol—and to how this human rights tongue lashing by Biden went over, sees it best evidenced by American reporters noting: “The degree to which the summit was a disaster became evident when Putin emerged for his press conference — alone with a forum all to himself”.
As usual, and as expected from President Putin, who yearly gives a press conference lasting hours taking questions from everyone asking, including citizens, after this summit he confidently fielded questions for nearly an hour and half from every journalist attending his press conference—questions the most obnoxious of which came from leftist American journalists, who kept asking the same questions, thus leading to President Putin stating to the ABC News reporter: “I think I’ve responded to your CNN colleagues, but I think this is the rules of the game so I have to repeat it when I repeat it to your question…Okay, fine by me, I can do it”—after which President Putin ripped into this leftist ABC News reporter over Biden’s illegal detention of 6 January protesters, the murder of Ashli Babbitt and Black Lives Matter destruction across America, and saw him further stating: “America recently faced some of the hardest events in its history, after the murder of an African American and the creation of the whole Black Lives Matter movement…I will not comment on this now, I just want to say that the things we saw – pogroms, violations of the law, and so on – we sympathize with the Americans and the American people, but we do not want this to happen on our territory”.
Most important to note about this press conference, however, was President Putin directly addressing the leftist American media lying narrative about supposed Russian cyberattacks, which saw him truthfully stating for the record:
As for responsibilities and who should take them, let me brief you on matters that are common knowledge but probably not everybody is aware of that.
US sources, I don’t want to make a mistake here as to the name of this organization, but the US sources claim that the majority of cyber attacks are made from the US territory.
The second one is Canada, then two Latin American states, and then the UK.
As for Russia, it is not listed in this ranking of countries that see the most significant number of cyber attacks from their territory.
Secondly, in 2020 we have received 10 requests regarding cyber attacks on the US infrastructure.
As our colleagues put it, these cyber attacks were launched from the Russian territory.
And we received two such requests this year, and on all of these requests, our colleagues received exhaustive answers.
On it’s turn, Russia sent last year 45 such requests to the relevant agencies of the United States, and this year we sent 35 requests, and no response has been provided so far.
At this point in the transcript, is sees Security Council Members discussing the protocols President Putin referenced with his statement “I don’t want to make a mistake here as to the name of this organization”—protocols established between the Russian Federation and the United States regarding cyberattacks contained in the January-2018 secret directive signed by President Trump—which came about during the unprecedented and historic visit to the United States by Russia’s top three intelligence directors the leftist media still refuses to allow the American to know about—but even though it is forbidden by this protocol to name the “organization”, Security Council Members find it sadly remarkable that Americans have been rendered so stupid they won’t even go to their own public cybersecurity sites like Check Point Real-Time Cyberthreat Map to see the truth for themselves, in real-time, that the tens-of-millions of cyberattacks occurring every day are nearly all coming from within the United States.
In stark contrast to the openness and honesty displayed by President Putin during his press conference, it was followed by socialist leader Biden holding one lasting barely half an hour, where he first astonishingly stated to a stunned world press corps: “As usual, they gave me a list of people I’m going to call on”—astonishing because none of these reporters from all around the world had even the slightest clue as to who “they” are—then when a CNN reporter asked a question about President Putin, saw Biden snapping angrily at him: “You’re in the wrong business!”—after this angry press conference then saw Biden on the airport tarmac griping to the press corp: “You never ask a positive question!”—all of which become to much to bear for leftist CNN anchor Jeff Zeleny, who fired back saying: “We haven’t seen Joe Biden answer questions without his aides screaming at him to stop…I have never seen a President, covering the last 4 of them, so protected by his aides”—that was quickly joined by leftist New York Magazine writer Olivia Nuzzi, who angrily fired back with a post saying: “If you’re the most powerful person in the world and you can’t field questions from the media without losing your temper, maybe you’re in the wrong business…What kind of example does it set for other countries when the president of the United States insults a member of the free press on an international stage for asking a fair question in good faith?”.
Most astutely documenting what socialist leader Biden is really doing, though, and has nothing whatsoever to do with Russia, is the Wall Street Journal, who in their searing just published article “Joe Biden’s European Vacation” notes with alarm “Biden went to Europe as America’s president…After this week, he’s also EuroJoe”, and states:
No wonder Macron & Co. love the president: They built the model for his welfare state!
French President Emmanuel Macron, caught my eye: “I think it’s great to have a U.S. president part of the club, and very willing to cooperate”.
The club Mr. Biden is joining—for all of us back home—is one the U.S. has stayed out of since World War II.
That is the club known as the European welfare state.
It is the government-directed system of lifetime paternalism built up by the nations of Western Europe after 1945.
Maintaining this welfare infrastructure with taxes and debt occupies virtually every waking moment of its leaders.
Federal net spending in 2021 as a percentage of gross domestic product will reach a postwar high of nearly 33%. And I don’t mean the Afghan war. Federal net spending’s claim on GDP hasn’t been this high since 1945 (41%).
In Europe, postwar domestic spending hit those heights quickly. Today in France it consumes 62% of GDP, 51% in Germany and 53% in Sweden—three of the American left’s most admired European social-welfare models
An analysis by the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center noted that total tax revenue from all governments in the U.S. as a percentage of GDP is 24%, compared with an average of more than 40% in seven European nations
Feeding the welfare maw killed European self-defense years ago.
The Biden budget increases defense spending only 1.6%. Adjusted for inflation, that’s a cut.
While Biden guts his nation’s defenses to build his cradle-to-grave socialist state to better enslave the American people, this transcript sees Security Council Members being aghast over the Pentagon saying yesterday that it does not yet have a definition of what “extremism” is but is working “quite hard” to define it—a “definition of racism” search that today sees the US Navy abandoning their readiness to defend America in order to force racist indoctrination on their forces—and while the Pentagon has yet to define what “extremism” is, it hasn’t stopped socialist leader Biden from announcing his plan to create a “snitch line” way for Americans to report their “radicalized” friends and family to the government so they can be captured and imprisoned.
Unbeknownst to the vast majority of the American people, however, this report concludes, is that Biden and his socialist forces have already branded President Trump’s tens-of-millions of supporters as being “radicalized” and needing to be exterminated—though in reality, these Americans aren’t “radicalized” at all, they just don’t want live under socialist dictatorial rule—a reality shared by tens-of-millions of Europeans, who, likewise, are rebelling against their socialist overlords—a fact noted with grim alarm yesterday by the leftist New York Times in their article “Trumpism Without Borders”, wherein it screams: “The peculiarly American characteristics of the Trump years have blinded us to the spread of this radical disorder worldwide — even as some prescient scholars and analysts have seen the connections all along and have been trying to make the public aware of them”—in reality is a “radical disorder” only because free peoples won’t accept lying socialist narratives and insane policies—which makes it no wonder this transcript sees Security Council Members saying that Biden and his godless socialist forces should really start focusing their attention on the soon to come consequences related to the Free State of Texas yesterday becoming the 21st State in America to allow its citizens to openly and conceal carry firearms—soon to come consequences for America now being seen in Europe, where fed-up with socialist rule Belgians are backing the heavily armed “Flemish Rambo” fugitive as a symbol of anti-establishment frustration—sees the “Flemish Rambo” being ex-soldier Jürgen Conings, who, for over two-months, has evaded capture while being supported by millions—and if Biden and his vile socialist forces push the American people much further, will see them not just colliding with a single “American Rambo”, but hundreds of thousands, if not millions of them. [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]