So, the report being released, what did we learn?
Me, not much, since I already explained the state of affairs much earlier. Others, perhaps, learned what it takes for a free country to turn into a dystopian hellhole – hire Marxists to teach your children at schools and universities. Wait a couple of decades for the kids to grow up and build careers in media and politics. Put trust in media that feeds on scandal in order to attract attention to ads. Have your intelligence agencies control the media in order to propagandise the populace.
If you think anything will change now, I have real estate on the Moon to sell you. You see, they absolved Trump of guilt, but nobody really told the Americans, and the Europeans for that matter, that they have also been fed a diet of lies about Russia for the past few years. The Russians are still vilified, they are still lied about, and they are still under sanctions. Being in favor of war with Russia has been the criterion of political correctness in America, because if you were sane, you were suspected of working for Putin. Which, when you look at it that way, kind of makes sense, since the sane people all over the world assembled around Putin, who is essentially the only leader of a country who will tell you what he thinks and intends to do, and then actually do it. That’s why the Americans see him as a total enigma. Apparently, the truth is currently the best way to conceal, because nobody will be able to see it.
Trump is very good for the world, because in his own way, he reveals the naked truth. He wants America to be first, and he makes clear what that means: America is going to dictate the terms, and everybody else will accept those terms, or be punished. If America doesn’t win, it means that the terms were not fair and need to be re-negotiated so that this injustice is remedied. Also, apparently it is dangerous for America if China is to control the China sea. This means freedom and democracy have to be brought to that part of the world, so that America controls the China sea. Then all will be well.
We also learned that America is trying to introduce democracy in yet another country, by proclaiming some guy who didn’t even run in the elections to be the legitimate president, and the guy who won the elections to be illegitimate. All the democratic allies of America instantly repeated this phrase in unison. If this teaches you something new about the way America sees democracy and what it means to be America’s ally, it means you haven’t been paying attention for the last few decades, but better now than never, right?
We also learned that the most American of all American presidents since Reagan was attacked in the exact same way Reagan was attacked by the media; both were characterised as stupid and reckless cowboys who were going to cause a nuclear war. It’s interesting how all Republican presidents get to be stupid buffoons, and all Democratic presidents get to be charming and intelligent. At least that’s how the media portrays them. It’s also interesting how when a Republican president tried to spy on the Democrats, it was the biggest scandal of the modern political history, known as Watergate, but when the Democrats paid some nefarious character to fabricate a dossier about Trump which was used as justification by the Democratic president to spy on the Republican presidential campaign, nothing was made of it. In fact, the victim of the scandal is universally portrayed as the villain, and the guy who explained us all the dangers of Iraqi WMD’s was charged with making a very long investigation in order to find out the truth, so that all the fake charges would be given legitimacy during that process, and the President would be reduced to a lame duck that can only quack out more sanctions against Russia, but everybody sees that, in his heart, he only truly quacks for Putin.
As for myself, I will keep watching the Russian media for information, and Western media for clues about the true intent of their puppet masters in Langley.