In the future, I would recommend to the President that he shut-out certain (((advisers))) from any meetings involving foreign powers/leaders/diplomats; a list that would include Jared Kushner, Gary Cohn, and yes, his own daughter Ivanka.
As justification for my advice, I would like to point to yesterday’s wonderful first meeting between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin; a sit-down that almost instantaneously resulted in a Syrian ceasefire, and what will hopefully be a final resolution of the Russian hacking hoax that has made me start to hate all televised news with a passion (the lulz aren’t even there anymore).
The Donald Trump seen on television is different from the one in real life, Russian President Vladimir Putin said at the G20 summit, adding that after his meeting with the US leader in Hamburg, he felt like relations between the two countries could at least partially be restored.
“As for personal relations, I think that they are established,” Putin said of his Friday meeting with Trump.
“The Trump we see on TV is very much different from the real person.”
Not trying to sound like a Trump cuckboi here, but these two sentences alone make one wonder just how much of the Donald we’ve raged against was the result of (((actions behind the scenes))).
“I think that if we continue building our relations like during our conversation yesterday, there are grounds to believe that we’ll be able to – at least partially – restore the level of cooperation that we need,” Putin said.
Putin said that the issue of alleged Russian meddling in the US election was addressed by Trump during their conversation.
Putin reiterated that there is no reason to believe that Russia meddled in the US electoral process in 2016.
“He [Trump] asked many questions on that subject. I answered those questions as best I could. I think he took it into consideration and agreed with me, but you should really ask him how he feels about it,” the Russian president said.
Just like with foreign policy, I expect if one were to do so away from the meddling eyes of his daughter and son-in-law, a far more interesting answer than we’ve heard would be forthcoming.
Regarding cybersecurity, the Russian leader said that he and Trump “agreed that there should never be a situation of uncertainty, especially in the future, in this sphere.”
“The US president and I agreed that we’ll create a working group and work together on how to jointly monitor security in cyberspace, how to ensure unconditional compliance with international legal norms, and how to prevent interference in internal affairs of foreign countries,” Putin said.
“If we manage to organize this work – and I have no reasons to doubt that – then there will be no more speculation on this topic [of Russia meddling],” he added.
Any real cooperation on this front would quickly expose huge Asiatic counterfeit markets, as well as Jewish/Israeli subversion that would probably make many of us gasp in shock.
Speaking on the allegations of Moscow’s interference in the affairs of foreign countries, Putin blamed the foreign media for doing exactly that in Russia.
“If you analyze the German, French and European media, in general – they’re the ones who are constantly meddling in our internal affairs. But we feel confident and it doesn’t bother us,” he explained.
Just look up how the (((international press))) has praised half-Ukrainian terrorist Alexei Navalny and his ongoing attempts to insight revolution inside Russia on behalf of NATO and other more shadowy forces that have lists of leaders that read like invitations to a Bar Mitzvah.
The situation in Syria was also addressed during the press conference, with Putin saying the new US administration had a “more pragmatic” stance on the issue.
“I think the [US] position became more pragmatic. It doesn’t seem to have changed drastically [compared to the Obama administration], but there’s an understanding that we can achieve a lot by joining forces,” he said.
Yeah, yeah, I know that the odds of such a grand undertaking are slim to none, but let an Alt-Right writer dream and imagine for a moment or two – such things are healthy and good for the soul.
And besides, try tweeting this image to Neo-Con Jews like Bill Kristol – you’ll almost always be rewarded with hysteria and a block (sometimes Billy Boy will even rant on his public feed for days).
The Russian president addressed comments by US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and other Washington officials, who insisted that the Syrian conflict would be not be solved while President Bashar Assad remains in power.
“Mr Tillerson is a very respected person and the bearer of a Russian order. He has been decorated with the Order of Friendship. We love and respect him. But he’s not a Syrian citizen, after all, and the future of Syria and the political future of President Assad should only be determined by the Syrian people,” he said.
Remember, Putin will always be a Bad Goy for daring to suggest self-determination for peoples outside of war, conquest, and occupation by the United States – that’s the only true concept of freedom as determined by ruling elites chosen by God.
As as a result of the great chemistry between himself and Putin, Trump too will forever be remembered by The Tribe – regardless of how he pans out as a President – as a Bad Goy.
That’s just how things go in this age of dying civilization.