It’s payoff time for Russia.
From The Washington Post:
Russia expects Barack Obama to show more flexibility in a dispute over U.S. missile defense plans in Europe following his re-election as president, a top official said Thursday…
In March, Obama, unaware that he was speaking on an open microphone, told Dmitry Medvedev, then Russia’s president, that he would have more flexibility on the issue after the November election.
Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin appeared to be trying to remind Obama of his promise when he said Thursday that Moscow hopes that the U.S. president will listen to Russia’s concerns about the U.S.-led NATO missile defense for Europe.
“We hope that President Obama after his re-election will be more flexible on the issue of taking into the account the opinions of Russia and others regarding a future configuration of NATO’s missile defense,” Rogozin told an international conference in Moscow.
Russia has urged the U.S. to provide guarantees that any future shield is not aimed against it and threatened to target elements of the U.S. shield with missiles itself if no agreement is reached.
U.S. promises to inform Moscow about details of the shield aren’t enough, Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said Thursday, adding that Moscow will continue pushing for firm guarantees from Washington…
The Kremlin greeted Obama’s re-election enthusiastically… Putin wrote Obama a telegram expressing hope that the two countries’ relations would improve further and inviting Obama to visit Russia next year.
Referring to comments that Republican challenger Mitt Romney had made during the campaign, Medvedev said he was “happy that the man who considers Russia (its) No. 1 geopolitical foe won’t be the president of this very large and important country.”
Former Russian Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov said he hoped that being on a second term will allow Obama to focus more on relations with Russia than Romney would have with his first term.
Four more years of Obama “flexibility” and defense cuts, will leave the US military in ruins and unable to defend US allies, or even the US homeland, from Russia, China, Iran and their allies.
At that point US sovereignty, and even physical survival, will be in serious question.
Is that the plan?
5 thoughts on “Moscow Expects President Obama to be “More Flexible” on Missile Defense Shield”
This makes me laugh and lately we all need to laugh thry buddy’s and will attached at the hip from now on and the Rothschild and his minions will be drinking vodka and eating caviar and let’s not forget the cigars and there excitement for accomplishing there goals which will speed up to warp four speed well USA and world get ready for the grand finally your imprisonment and punishments for getting rid of god and using your free will to put in lucifer and his band of merry evil men and woman let’s not forget them we do not want to hurt there feelings well also fullfilled is the protocols of Zion and communist manifesto big celebrations long waited sheeple dumbed down very well so I close on with the show
For your future reference: “protocols of Zion” has long been exposed as being an anti-semetic fraud: http://www.ushmm.org/wlc/article.php?lang=en&ModuleId=10007244
Of course, anyone inclined to be anti Israel needs little encouragement, so the above fact will mean little.