Speaking in Warsaw, U.S. President Joe Biden said Vladimir Putin ‘cannot remain in power,’ dramatically escalating the rhetoric against the Russian leader after his brutal invasion of Ukraine.— CTV News (@CTVNews) March 26, 2022
Watch Biden’s full speech here: https://t.co/jx8L9DpTdF pic.twitter.com/QGgiK6zFql
I’d assumed this was a “Bidenism,” but it looks slow and deliberate, not ad lib. They think it’s a good idea to make regime change their stated policy. Basically the same as what they claim Putin’s policy is in Ukraine. pic.twitter.com/lXkVWE5XlD— Richard Hanania (@RichardHanania) March 26, 2022
"He's a butcher" — Biden on Putin pic.twitter.com/yvRjLqATIc— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) March 26, 2022
Biden’s call for regime change in Russia wasn’t some off-the-cuff “gaffe.” It was declared as the climax of a carefully choreographed, “legacy-defining” speech, in a deliberately chosen venue (Poland) where the call would be well-received. The message was delivered loud and clear— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) March 26, 2022
Here are some highlights:
“We emerged anew in the great battle for freedom, a battle between democracy and autocracy. Between liberty and oppression. Between a rules-based order and one governed by brute force. In this battle, we need to be clear-eyed. This battle will not be won in days or months either. We need to steel ourselves for the long fight ahead.”
“We have learned from sad experiences in two world wars, when we’ve stayed out of and not been involved in stability in Europe, it always comes back to haunt the United States.”
“We have, in our southern border, thousands of people a day — literally, not figuratively — trying to get into the United States. But we believe that we, the United States, should do our part relative to Ukraine as well, by opening our borders to another 100,000 people.”
“Every generation has had to defeat democracy’s moral foes.”
“A dictator built on rebuilding an empire …”
“For God’s sake, this man cannot remain in power.”
Give me a break!
The rules-based order?
A dictator built on rebuilding an empire?
You preside over a global empire!
You just declared yourself the leader of the New World Order!
You launched a war that killed 500x more people in Iraq. That was just one war!
This is the pure distilled essence of Yankeeism. Joe even summoned Abraham Lincoln in Poland to say “right makes might.” Yes, that might as well be the Battle Cry of Twitter, a credo fueled by arrogance, hypocrisy and self righteousness and inevitably sows conflict at home and abroad.
In one speech, Joe Biden summed up everything that we detest about the American political establishment – the CIA fomenting coups and regime change abroad in covert ops, a century of endless wars in Eurasia, a moralizing foreign policy that goes abroad to slay evil doers and monsters in Eurasia, open borders, endless waves of refugees that come from countries (Vietnam, Bosnia, Iraq, Syria, Libya, Afghanistan and now Ukraine) which are deliberately destabilized by relentless meddling in their internal affairs, the economic burden that the American middle class and working class shoulders as a result, globalism, a military that has been infected by militarism and imperialism, censorship, the erosion of civil liberties at home, handing out security guarantees to foreign countries that endanger our own national security and elevate the risk of Great Power conflict, the total neglect of our own mounting domestic problems, etc.
Who is the winner in this conflict? It is not Ukraine. It is not Russia. It is not Europe. It is not the American middle class and working class. The result of this conflict is geopolitical instability, higher prices, a devastating refugee crisis and the loss of freedom at home and a shift away from domestic concerns. The truth is that the establishment was desperate to reignite the Cold War. These people need a new foreign bogeyman and villain to distract from how badly they have mismanaged our own country.
We watched it gaining steam among libtards for years. Now, it has culminated in … Russia is to blame for all our problems. Vladimir Putin stole the 2016 election from Hillary Clinton. Vladimir Putin caused inflation. Vladimir Putin caused high gas prices. Vladimir Putin is spreading disinformation.