I have on previous occasions translated articles by Alexander Rogers. Here I want to present a translation of an article, which echoes the sentiment of the progressive humanity: when Biden called Putin for “war criminal”, it was yet again the favourite projection tactics of the US establishment – accuse others of your own wrong-doings.
If anyone should be tried in The Hague, it’s old Joe!
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The other day Joe Biden said that Putin is a “war criminal.” However, half an hour before that, he also said that he did not consider Putin a war criminal. And who knows, maybe after another half an hour he changed his mind again. Or even forgot what he was asked about.
Grandpa is old, he already confuses who his wife is, and periodically considers himself vice president, and Kamala Harris as president. He should eat porridge and take pills on time, but he is forced to make difficult decisions and answer journalists’ questions. Why bother the old man? I absolutely cannot understand.
And in general, of course, this is the same person who declared twenty years ago: “It was I who insisted on bombing Belgrade, it was I who insisted on destroying all bridges in Serbia, it was I who insisted on stealing oil belonging to Yugoslavia.”
After that, he was vice president under Obama, who organized the invasion of Libya, which destroyed this country that was flourishing before “freedom and democracy” was brought there.
Under him, American troops in Iraq and Afghanistan bombed hospitals, weddings and funeral processions, destroyed Red Cross field hospitals twice, American drones regularly carried out and continue to carry out strikes on civilians (in fact, Edward Snowden and Julian Assange are being persecuted for publishing such information) and so on.
So Biden is a man who knows everything about war crimes. For he both committed and covered-up them. And if anyone should be tried at the International Criminal Court in The Hague, it’s old Joe-On-Punch-Cards.
Also, just yesterday, on one of the American news (or better yet, call it directly “propaganda”) sites, there were two headlines next to each other. It’s a pity I didn’t screen it for clarity. On one: “The Russian invasion of Ukraine has been going on for three weeks,” on the second: “Kiev declares that the Russian army has already lost more troops than the United States in twenty years in Iraq.”
Let’s leave aside the extreme doubtfulness of the last statement and focus on something else. It turns out that the United States fought a war in Iraq (never heard of it). Twenty years! And they continue to do it right now as I write these lines.
Can I have a minute for awkward questions? No? I’ll ask anyway.