I was – and still am – hoping that the planned meeting between Rex Tillerson and Sergei Lavrov goes well enough so that we can at least get a grasp of how things are between the United States and Russia following one of the dumbest executive actions I have ever seen in my entire life.
Trump may be cucked and/or compromised by the Jewish Deep State due to blackmail or whatever, but the main mission here goes far beyond a single President and his issues.
This meeting could go a long way to determining whether a Third World War – or a vicious proxy conflict – erupts in the immediate future, and we need everything to go smoothly just like back in the day when Tillerson and Putin were BROS.
But, unfortunately, we’re not going to be seeing any of the above this coming week.
Putin isn’t buying the diplomatic ploy, it seems, and will require that everyone stick to cold, hard protocol during negotiations.
The Kremlin said on Monday that U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will not meet President Vladimir Putin when he visits Moscow on Wednesday, a move that could point to tensions over a U.S. missile attack on a Syrian air base last week.
John Kerry, Tillerson’s predecessor, often met Putin as well as the Russian foreign minister when he visited Moscow, and Putin granted several audiences to the Texan when he ran oil major Exxon Mobil before taking his current job.
Putin even personally awarded Tillerson a top Russian state award — the Order of Friendship — in 2013, and it was widely expected that the former oilman would meet Putin on what is his first trip to Russia as secretary of state.
But Putin’s spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, told reporters on Monday that no such meeting was planned, suggesting Tillerson will follow strict diplomatic protocol and only meet his direct counterpart, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.
“We have not announced any such meetings and right now there is no meeting with Tillerson in the president’s diary,” Peskov told reporters on a conference call.
He did not say why Putin was not planning to receive Tillerson.
These sorts of things might be part of the problem, methinks, and my educated guess is that Putin isn’t too thrilled at having some sort of Paki brag about plans to hurl hundreds of thousands of American troops into the region in support of ISIS.
And the whole, “Russia supported muh baby gas attack,” spiel probably hasn’t helped matters all that much, either.
Reacting to media reports that Tillerson would use his visit to press Moscow to back away from supporting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, Russia’s biggest Middle East ally, Peskov signaled that was a non-starter.
“Returning to pseudo-attempts to resolve the crisis by repeating mantras that Assad must step down cannot help sort things out.”
Peskov, buddy, you’re going to have to talk to Jew Kushner and Jewess (convert) Ivanka about that one.
They’re the ones running the show now (with Neo-Con terrorist McMaster acting as a supplementary agitator), and last I checked they want to Make Israel Great Again by walking over the bullet-riddled body of Assad and his beautiful family.
Only by dealing with those enemies can you ever hope to attain agreement and peace.