scribblers of Sulzberger's Slimes - especially the unnamed operatives who craft the all-important headlines - have really
become mentally unhinged over the Putin-Jinping "bromance". Though the unsuspecting superficial chumps who glance
through the Slimes headlines and sub-headlines each day will surely come away with the impression that Putin and Xi Jinping
are 'on the outs'; the exact opposite is true.
only has Globo-Zio America driven the great powers closer together than ever before; but the respect and manly affection that
its respective strong men hold for each other is as self-evident as it is well-known. Contrary to this propaganda piece,
the personal friendship between the two, as well as the business and military alliance between their countries, is not
Image 1 - Jinping sits at Putin's side
during Russian military parade (May, 2015)
2- Putin at Jinping's side during Chinese military parade (only a few days ago!)
Let us clean up a few of the nuggets of filth from this deceptive article
- a pathetic 'divide and conquer' that surely must have Messrs Putin & Jinping chuckling in amusement:
The once-vaunted relationship between the Chinese president, Xi Jinping, and Russia’s leader, Vladimir V. Putin, has come under strain....
Define this "strain". Present some evidence that the two men are not as close as they once were. Have either of
them said or done anything to indicate that their working and/or personal relationship is no longer "vaunted".
Slimes: ... as the economies
of their countries have faltered.
Actually, in spite of sanctions against Russia and the recent drop in the Chinese stock market; the economies
of both nations are still growing and are still attractive to many big name foreign investors who are 'in the know'. The Slimes
wants the investor class to believe that the two are "faltering". That is simply not true. Even CNN Money acknowledged
the truth in a recent story headlined:
panic! China has problems, not a crisis
What's happening in China is worrisome. But many economists say there's no reason to panic.
Rebuttal: "Little progress"? Not exactly! These thirty-year,
$400 billion dollar energy deals were only finalized this past May. Did you expect all the pipelines to be built within a
few days? Just one month after the deal was done, Forbes Magazine reported:
"China is moving quickly on its $400 billion deal to get Gazprom natural gas out of Russia
and into northern China. The Chinese state run oil firms are reportedly working on the Power of Siberia pipeline, which
was part of the multi-billion dollar deal signed last year."
Now, it is true that China has not imported quite as much Russian oil as originally projected. But this is
due solely to a slowdown in the Chinese economy (linked to world demand). Imagine a pizzeria owner who is
good friends with a tomato sauce maker. Upon noticing a decline in his restaurant business; he, quite naturally, orders
less tomato sauce from his friend. What kind of deranged lunatic, or degenerate liar, would then declare, "the vaunted
friendship of the pizzeria owner and the sauce maker is now under strain". How childish!
The Slimes is sliming again. In reality,
the Putin-Jinping friendship, as well as the business deals, are flourishing.
Slimes: ... (the energy deals) were
barely mentioned when the two men met for talks after watching the show of weapons
Thursday on Tiananmen Square.
Perhaps the reason why the deals "were barely mentioned" is that this matter is not the
big drama which this stupid article suggests? And how would The Slimes even know what Putin & Jinping discussed behind
closed doors, anyway?
Slimes: Mr. Putin
has enjoyed basking in the stature of Mr. Xi, who leads one of the world’s largest economies.
Rebuttal: This nasty little one-liner is calculated to make
Putin seem like some needy little child who seeks to "bask in the stature" of a man far greater than he and
of a nation far greater than Russia. But it's a two-way street, blockheads! Surely, Xi Jinping must also "enjoy basking
in the stature" of Mr. Putin, who also leads one of the world's largest economies (#5, just passed Germany)
and one of the strongest military machines.
Slimes: But with the recent stock market turmoil in China, Beijing will be
unable to provide the ballast that Mr. Putin has sought against economic sanctions imposed on Russia by Europe and the United
Rebuttal: And yet, in spite of a worldwide slowdown, and as corroborated by World Bank forecasts,
the Russian economy is still growing and is projected to continue growing -- thank you very much.
Slimes: ... after its
annexation of Crimea.
Rebuttal: (deep sigh - face - palm) Here we flippin' go again! This "annexation"
was enthusiastically approved of by 97% of the people living in Crimea (but what does their will matter to the Globalists
of The Jew York Slimes).
Slimes: “Russia was dependent on China growing and driving
the demand for its commodities: oil, gas and minerals,” said Fiona Hill, a Russia specialist at the Brookings
Institution in Washington. “China was an alternative to Europe.”
Rebuttal: In quoting
an "expert" from the Brooking Institute, the hideous hacks of this Hebrew herald reveal their true bias and secret
agenda. Just how bad of a New World Order "Think Tank" is the Brookings Institute? Well, its President is former
high Clinton Administration official Strobe Talbott -- a man who, in 1992, penned an article for Time Magazine entitled: 'The
Birth of the Global Nation'. An excerpt:
"In fact, I'll bet that within the next hundred years,
nationhood as we know it will be obsolete; all states will recognize a single, global authority. A phrase briefly fashionable
in the mid-20th century -- "citizen of the world" -- will have assumed real meaning by the end of the 21st century."
Before taking the reins at the anti-Russian
Brookings Institute; Talbott's article in TIME left ZERO DOUBT about the realty of the New World Order.
Slimes: During the signing (of the $400
billion dollar energy deals) in Shanghai, Mr. Putin bragged that the deal was an “epochal event” and expressed
relief that Russia, under pressure from European sanctions, would be able to diversify its gas sales.
And that, dear reader, is the primary reason why the manipulative Money Masters of the universe have been hammering
down gas prices.
The Russian economy is far
more diversified than the Slimes suggests. Russia will survive as other industry sectors actually benefit from the
falling energy prices.
Americanus 1: I read in the New York Times today that relations between
Putin and China are starting to deteriorate.
Boobus Americanus 2: Indeed! Russia and China have a history
of bad blood. It's advantageous for us because now we can play one against the other.
"Keep dreaming, you corny credulouss cretinss!"
(Sugar, let me handle the alliterations. You stick to the vile and vulgar vituperation that your
cult followers love so much.)
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