U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken was asked about the recent drone attack on the Kremlin, and whether the United States would support an assassination attempt by Ukraine on Russian President Vladimir Putin. Blinken declined the opportunity to discourage such a course of action and claimed that Ukraine can do whatever Ukraine wants in this war — even though NATO is providing the overwhelming majority of arms and other material support, without which Ukraine would folk in a matter of hours.
The Jimmy Dore Show For more than a decade Syria under President Bashar al-Assad has been ostracized by most other Arab nations and excluded from the Arab League. But now that’s changed and Syria has been invited to re-join — a move that has left the United States apoplectic. But it seems that other member states don’t much care what the U.S. wants as they demonstrate an increasing willingness to thumb their noses at the globe’s declining superpower.
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