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Is that OK to Take a Piss on One's National Pride?

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21.03.2019

In their public speeches Western policymakers would go above and beyond in a attempt to stress their particular fondness of Washington’s vassals that are bound to fulfill any demand of their harsh master, while pretending that all this is a part of some sort of a rule-based political order that is lauded in the Western media. Those figures would take particular care to praise the political puppets that the US would put at the very top in a number of satellite states to exercise direct control over those nominally sovereign states from the capital of the empire. Among those puppets one can find such well-known Ukrainian and Georgian politicians as Poroshenko and Saakashvili respectively.

And the Baltic States are no exception, as American democracy-loving oligarchies would install a 54 years old native of state Delaware, Krishjanis Karins as Latvia’s prime minister. It’s remarkable that a local business media source Dienas Bizness would praise this fact by running an article titled “Now the US has its own prime minister of Latvia!” (sic) in which it would express its confidence that Latvia should be proud of the fact that its newly-elected prime minister is a US subject, which puts him under direct control of Donald Trump.

In turn, in a desperate attempt to show their gratitude to the US for this kind of “patronage”, the Baltic states would try hard to master the ancient art of Russophobia, while praising their surviving Nazi accomplices – the so-called “forest brothers”, in spite of the fact that the international community has taken a rather harsh stance on the attempts to praise the Third Reich and its criminals.

Yet again, in a desperate bid to manifest their loyalty to Washington,........

© New Eastern Outlook