Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan promise Russia Republican hell

U.S. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney shakes hands with Benjamin Netanyahu

Former Governor of Massachusetts Mitt Romney and Congressman Paul Ryan – the official Republican candidates for president and vice-presidents of the U.S. – support the radicalization of the country’s foreign policies, particularly about the relations with Russia. They both stated that during the primaries and say the same in the electoral program of the party.

The Republicans approved the party program during their convention in Tampa, Florida. The program paid special attention to the US-Russian relations. According to the Republican Party, the Russian administration is authoritarian and does not respect human rights. The platform urged the Russian leaders to “reconsider the path they have been following: suppression of opposition parties, the press, and institutions of civil society; unprovoked invasion of the Republic of Georgia, alignment with tyrants in the Middle East; and bullying their neighbors while protecting the last Stalinist regime in Belarus.”

The Republicans see the Russian Federation as a foe of the United States. They refer to Russia as a traditional rival of the United States along with North Korea, Iran and China. According to Republicans, the USA struggles with such threats as nuclear proliferation and terrorism against the background of North Korea’s and Iran’s attempts to acquire nuclear weapons. China’s growing hegemony in Asia and Russia’s activity, the threat of cyber espionage and terrorism are also extremely dangerous, the platform said.

Having signed the START-3 Treaty and rejected the plans for missile defense bases in Poland and the Czech Republic, having reduced the number of interceptors to be deployed in Alaska, having cut the budget, the administration considerably undermined the opportunities of the US missile defense … President Barack Obama announced his intention to be “more flexible” in the relations with Russia after the election … A Republican president, by contrast, will be honest and frank with Americans about his policies and plans, the document also said.

The Republicans agree, though, that Russia deserved the normalization of trade relations with the U.S. However, they add, this should not be done without approving visa sanctions against the Russian officials who violate human rights. “We support the enactment of the law about “Magnitsky list” as a condition for the normalization of trade relations with Russia,” says the program. At the same time, the party notes that the U.S. and Russia have common interests – the struggle against terrorism and nuclear proliferation, as well as the development of trade.

The criticism of Russia has been a keynote in Mitt Romney’s speeches during the recent months. He released his first statements on the subject prior to the pre-election campaign. Romney’s website published his election program in which he promised to curb Moscow in case he took office as president.

First off, Romney is going to revise the plans connected with the deployment of the missile defense system in Europe and other regions, taking account of U.S. interests. The Republican also intends to support European countries to reduce their dependence on the Russian oil and gas. He will also conduct serious work to strengthen the ties between the U.S. and Central Asian republics, according to Romney’s website. To crown it all, Mitt Romney expressed his willingness to be the godfather of the Russian opposition and organize the training for opposition activists at American educational centers.

In late January, in one of his interviews, the Republican called then-presidential candidate Vladimir Putin a “tyrant” and a “threat to global security.” Romney made one of his most controversial statements in March, when he was talking about the prospects of the deployment of the missile defense system in Europe. The politician called Russia “a geopolitical foe number one.”

It is worthy of note that potential vice president Paul Ryan has also repeatedly expressed his distrust and dissatisfaction with Russia. In particular, he called the “reset” between the U.S. and Russia a “failure.” “Our relationship with Russia is weaker not stronger,” Ryan was quoted on

Ryan also pointed out the lack of political experience that Barack Obama had, noting that he had been a congressman long before Obama. In 2002, Ryan voted for the invasion of Iraq.

Having said the above, we may ask only one question. Will America ever wake up? Most likely, America will hibernate again in a few months.

  1. #1 by Isaac on 09/02/2012 - 9:34

    The Republi-cons are nothing but puppets of the Zionist hegemony.

  2. #2 by The Equalizer on 09/02/2012 - 9:34

    I never ceased to be amazed by the lunacy of the current Replicrats. Russia an enemy? Haven’t we already “seen this movie”? If I recall, the “movie” ended in 1991. But that wasn’t good enough for the Zio-cons. They had to target a new “boogeyman” – Muslims. The jooz and zionism are truly Evil in all senses of the word. Unless the world confronts this Evil head-on, billions will die.

  3. #3 by FRANK on 09/03/2012 - 9:34

    Viva PUTIN

  4. #4 by michael mazur on 09/03/2012 - 9:34

    Since `91 some 4,000,000 people have in total, and counting every day, been murdered by USrael in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Somalia, Libya, Yemen, Syria, and i’ve missed some, i’m sure, for since 1950 the list must be 40 countries, none of whom now have, nor were ever intended to have, what their citizens had to be first murdered for, so that they could then have their posthumous rights to belong to opposition parties, to have a free press, to have civil institutions – whatever the buzz phrase.

    The USrael entity, centred on DC and Haifa, is a constantly suppurating political gangrene not to be found anywhere else on the planet in terms of the dormant capacity it has to blight the lives of billions of people at a whimsical stroke of the nuclear button, there being no other nuclear powers with the like will to abuse those terminal powers.

    Russia here is accused of invading Georgia without provocation; just how stupid do they think we are ? We know that minutes after midnight on 8.8.08, Georgia invaded South Ossetia under cover of the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in Beijing in the hope that hardly anyone would notice. Unfortunately for the Georgian regime – it is that, there is no democracy there, the Russians had been listening in to all the communications and were ready to immediately roll in armoured units, and did so, completely routing Saakashvili’s forces in 36hrs, resulting in some 350 lives of Georgian soldiers needlessly squandered.

    You should have seen Saakashvili, he couldn’t stop fiddling with his red tie while being interviewed. He was in shock !

    Israeli advisers, about a thousand of them – who put Saakashvili up to it, plane loads of them, couldn’t get out of the country fast enough, such was the panic at the speed of the advancing Russians !

    El Al couldn’t supply enough aircraft. Fortunately Putin assured the Israelis that they would not be harrassed and that an orderly departure could continue.

    An occupation of Georgia could have taken place, but Putin only wanted to drive out the invading Georgians from South Ossetia, and then they withdrew, and now these LIARS completely with a straight face and malice aforethought, tell us that Georgia was invaded by Russia !

    If i’m to understand this correctly, Obama has rejected missile defence base plans for Poland. Right ? No, actually, the Poles having first agreed to host them, later changed their minds realising that they would be sitting ducks in a nuclear exchange between Russian and America. Why they didn’t see that right away can only be because the leadership there can’t really be Polish.

    Oh, and look at Romney there with Netanyahu, see the slight blur in the photo of Netanyahu’s left hand ? That’s only because Romney is all too rapidly and vehemently making huge promises in the `defence` of Israel which are beyond the capacity of America to deliver without collapsing America in the process.

    It’s as if Netanyahu is saying, `There now, there now, we know you will do all that`.

  5. #5 by Ingrid B on 09/04/2012 - 9:34

    @michael mazur, thanks for keeping the truth alive.. I`d have loved to see the fleeing of the parasites.. just as they fled from Lebanon..

  6. #6 by William Entsminger on 09/04/2012 - 9:34

    Who are these troglidytes to run their mouth about Russia. What kind of insane foriegn policy mocks Russia? In a sane world Russia would be our ally. This is Israel dictating American policy again. When will Americans realize that Israel is leading America up a blind alley? As long as Israel refuses to draw her borders and live within them, there won’t be any peace. The U.S. has chosen to appease 7 million Israelis and antagonise 7 billion people in the world. What kind of crazy view of the world is that?

  7. #7 by Isaac on 09/05/2012 - 9:34

    Every thing will come to an end soon. And the parasites who are literally destroying America will pay for all the genocides that they have caused around the world.

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