While Putin is working aggressively to bring the separated Soviet states back under a common regime, he also is working to disintegrate the United States.
By Rakesh Raman
In an ongoing attempt to reintegrate the broken states of the erstwhile Soviet Union, the Russian president Vladimir Putin is taking a number of steps. They include the Eurasian integration process and consolidating the cooperation within the Eurasian Economic Union.
In order to meet the integration objectives, Putin will meet with President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev in Almaty on February 27. According to a Kremlin statement, the two leaders will examine some aspects of further steps in the Eurasian integration process.
The same day, Putin will make an official visit to Dushanbe at the invitation of President of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon. Putin and Rahmon will exchange views on the outlook for trade, investment, cultural, science and education cooperation between Russia and Tajikistan.
On February 28, according to Kremlin, Putin will make an official visit to Bishkek at the invitation of President of Kyrgyzstan Almazbek Atambayev.
The two presidents will discuss a broad range of bilateral cooperation matters in the political, economic and humanitarian areas, and also the prospects for expanding cooperation within the Eurasian Economic Union.
While Putin is working aggressively to bring the separated Soviet states back under a common regime, he also is working to disintegrate the United States. As it appears today, the American President Donald Trump is helping Putin achieve his objectives.
Disintegration of America
It is a known fact that in order to enjoy an absolute hegemony in the world, the U.S. under its 40th President Ronald Reagan had secretly plotted and executed a stratagem to disintegrate the Soviet Union in order to reduce its dominance.
Putin has often expressed that the disintegration was a painful event that he would like to reverse by uniting the separated Soviet states. He has been doing that by taking various positive steps, as stated above in this story.
At the same time, Putin wants to take a revenge on America which was instrumental in Soviet Union’s dissolution. The presidency of Donald Trump is a part of Putin’s larger plan to divide the United States.
The U.S. intelligence agencies have concluded that Russia had hacked the election data in last year’s presidential election that helped Trump win. Moreover, Trump and people in his administration have secret ties with Russia and working with Trump to help Russia meet its objectives.
The possibility cannot be ruled out that Russia is recommending the names of people that Trump is appointing in his administration.
In fact, when the U.S. media reported about it, Trump’s National Security Adviser Michael Flynn had to resign for his clandestine ties with top Russian officials.
Flynn had also discussed with Russian officials about the American sanctions on Russia that President Obama had imposed for Russian interference in American elections.
Now, after media reports on Flynn’s Russian links, Trump has stepped up his attack on media and is trying to create an impression that media is telling fake stories.
Trump fears that media will also expose his secret arrangement with Russia that he is working as a Putin’s man in the White House to reduce the American dominance in the world.
As Putin has been extremely successful in his move with Trump as a pawn, the process of America’s disintegration has already begun.
The California independence movement has gathered an unprecedented momentum after Trump’s presidency. It plans to hold an independence referendum to establish a mandate, followed by a nationwide campaign to advocate in support of a constitutional exit from the United States.
By the way, the leader of the California independence movement Louis J. Marinelli has strong connections with Russia and has lived there for many years.
Plus, all Trump statements against NATO are designed to benefit Putin because NATO forces are trying to stop Russia’s strides aimed to invade the Baltic states: Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.
Trump has always praised Putin and often stated that he wants to have healthy relations with Russia. Obviously. But he never tells that his reins are in Putin’s hand.
If Trump is really interested to have healthy relations with enemy nations, he should have same approach toward Iran and North Korea. Why is he so kind to only Russia?
While the media is trying to answer such troubling questions, Trump is hell-bent to attack and finally kill the freedom of the press. If he succeeds, it will be another victory for Putin. And that’s what the Russian president wants Trump to do.
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