Tuesday, September 2, 2014

U.S. power waning as it seeks Europe’s agreement to sanction Russia more

While the U.S. reels from the triple bombshells of this week that have left the Superpower nearly impotent to act, an astonishing occurrence is taking place in diplomatic circles as Washington no longer feels it has the authority to simply impose economic sanction on Russia, but must beg to Europe to stand with them in a move where they hope will allow them to restrict the use of the SWIFT system by Russia.

Earlier this week, the U.S. faced three critical events in which President Obama appeared stunned and without the fortitude to act against.  First, Russia placed several more chips on the table by cracking the decades long petro-dollar system, and will now allow for oil to be purchased directly in the markets with either Roubles or Yuan.  Secondly, the President was cornered by the media on what the U.S. intends to do regarding ISIS, and what plans Obama is ready to implement to contain or destroy the Muslim Caliphate.  In a press conference where Obama wore a taupe suit and grey tie instead of his normal blue power suit and red ensemble, the leader of the free world acknowledged that they had no plan ready to go, and as yet have no idea on how to confront the Muslim terrorists.
 
Finally, the worst fears for NATO and the U.S. appear to have happened as Ukrainian soldiers failed in their attempts to crush the Eastern rebels, and signs indicate that Russia is now going on the offensive to shut off Kiev from their vital energy links and ports by seeking control over Mariupol.
 
 
 

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