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Russian sanctions bill intensifies conflict

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Congress by almost unanimous votes in both House and Senate has made it clear that Congress had rather destroy the President by increasing the risk of war than to avoid conflict with Russia by normalizing relations.

Trump by vetoing this bill would prove the false charge that he is in league with Putin.

Congress prefers to collect campaign contributions playing to the growing hatred of Russia that is encouraged by media.

Washington intentionally desires conflict with Russia as the main element of U.S. foreign policy. Russia can achieve accommodation with Washington if it surrenders and accepts American hegemony.

Allegations of Russian interference in the U.S. presidential election is why Congress chose sanctions for its violation of diplomatic protocols and international law. There is no forensic evidence of Russian hacking.

It is all made up, and everyone knows it.

Congress’ transparent lie to justify its violation of international law intentionally worsens U.S. relations with both Russia and the E.U. and proves how determined Washington is to intensify conflict.

Alfred Holden

White Bird


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