In the minds of the people in Korea and Vietnam, the US has a dreadful stain. Deadly chemical weapons, napalm use, and carpet bombs. During a ceremony marking the acquisition of four new regions into Russia, Putin remarked that the country still essentially occupies Germany, Japan, South Korea, and some other nations while shamelessly referring to them as “equal allies.”
Putin asserted that “the entire globe” is aware that the rulers of these nations are the targets of American espionage, according to a TASS report. Putin finds it unfortunate that the various presidents of nations that are allied with the US “silently and resignedly endure that rudeness.”
“I wonder what type of an alliance that is. The entire world is aware that these nations’ leaders are being watched, and their senior officials are being wiretapped not only in their workplaces but also in their homes. That is just unfortunate. Shame on those who engage in it as well as those who passively and resignedly accept that rudeness, like slaves,” Putin said.
Regardless of one’s opinion of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Putin’s remarks regarding the US’s alliances with nations that do not present a serious threat to its national security raise significant concerns about the nature of US foreign policy and whether it actually serves Middle America and the world at large.
Additionally, many of these nations have developed economies and are therefore more than capable of bearing the expenditures of maintaining professional military for self-defense. Any nation that respects itself would never consent to have a foreign country occupy its territory, let alone for many years.
Hopefully, an America First-inspired movement will get control of DC one day and liberate these occupied countries from the decrepit grip of the Globalist American Empire.
Developed nations shouldn’t be subject to the GAE’s stomp.