…by Jonas E. Alexis, VT Editor

It is pretty obvious that Vladimir Putin would once again like to propose a truce with the United States. As we have argued in the past, Russia isn’t an enemy of the United States. Whatever the differences between the two countries may be, there is no need for a cold war at all. Vladimir Putin understands this, and he has recently extended his hands to Joe Biden.

“It makes sense to have a talk to maintain Russia-U.S. relations instead of trading barbs,” said Putin.[1] Biden also shows some willingness to talk: “I’m sure we’ll talk at some point.”[2]

Biden has recently called Putin “a killer,” but obviously Biden needs to be careful with his words because he implies that the United States hasn’t been “a killer” since the beginning of time. Biden should never forget what happened in Iraq in 2003. Putin hasn’t decimated an entire country yet. The United States has.

So, if Putin has to be put on trial, then what about the United States? What about the criminal activities of people like Ronald Reagan, Clinton, Bush, Obama, etc.? Do we have to just swipe these things under the rug as if the lives of the people who died for largely Israel don’t matter? Or what about our decent soldiers who have been fighting and dying for again Israel?

In any event, peace, not war, is what the majority of people in both countries are looking for. As Putin puts it: “a lot of honest and decent people in the U.S. want to have peace and friendship with Russia.”[3] Putin is so diplomatic that “he suggested that the conversation be open to the public.”[4]

Spokesman Dmitry Peskov declared: “President Putin proposed to discuss the situation openly because it would be interesting for the people of both countries.”[5] In other words, the public will be able to judge who is being reasonable and who is not. That’s certainly fair enough. Will the White House respond? “The request has been made,” said Peskov. “The lack of response would mean a refusal to have a conversation.”[6]

It certainly is time for the Biden administration to get some balls and have a frank and respectful dialogue with Russia. We are waiting.

[1] “Kremlin: Putin’s offer of a call with Biden was to save ties,” Associated Press, March 19, 2021.

[2] Ibid.

[3] Ibid.

[4] Ibid.

[5] Ibid.

[6] Ibid.


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  1. I don’t wanna comment this. Just – thank you, Jonas, for this topic. ‘Cause we will never let it go. The whole world now sees who is who in reality. I’m waiting for a response, too.

  2. Sadly, the Biden administration is never going to “get some balls and have a frank and respectful dialogue with Russia.” That’s because Biden has the same neocon baggage that Obama had to deal with: color revolutions, the coup in Ukraine, and the never-ending war in Syria. But, most importantly, the same Ashkenazi hatred for Russia that started way back in 965. when Sviatoslav I destroyed the Khazar city of Sarkel and their capital city, Atil. The Khazars became the Ashkenazim who eventually came to the USA and became the neocons. These are the same folks who brought you 9/11 and all the wars of this century, all for Israel.

    • Biden, like every President before him, has all the power he needs.
      All any President needs is the courage of JFK, to use it.

  3. I like that Quote. Something to ponder. Is there deeper meaning in Scarlett’s statement though
    ‘I’ll never be hungry again”. If hunger is equated to desire, attachment to desire causes suffering. Acknowledging attachment acknowledges suffering. This would be the first step in gaining freedom from this suffering. Accusing others of being greedy or stauts-driven when that may apply to you yourself (Putin) creates a shadow side of your personality which tends to keep you from realizing your potential. Individuals with religious upbringings, certain personality styles, and people who grew up in an environment of repression need to be doubly aware of any tendencies. If Scarlet was only about attaining her desires she is destined to suffering. If her statement meant she was practicing ‘detatchment’ than she was aware of her desires but not suffering from them. If she was practicing mindfulnes, acceptance and gratitude to get to that detached state of “not being hungry anymore” you could see her statement in a positive light not pure self satisfyment and gluten y.

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