Sunday, November 09, 2008

American Superpower Era Over, Russian Analyst Says

Sure to please the America hating left that elected a Marxist as our new president, a Senior Russian Political Analyst now says “Obama's victory in the presidential election marks an end to the superpower era for the United States.”

Sergei Rogov, director of the U.S. and Canada Institute says,

The U.S. presidential election has great significance. I would qualify its results as the end of an era ...of several decades when the U.S. became a superpower and attempted to emerge as the only superpower in a unipolar world after the end of the Cold War.”

Does Rogov recognize that sole Superpower status was thrust upon us when the Soviet Union, unable to compete in the market or defense spending, folded, bankrupt? Does he acknowledge that the U.S. has shown remarkable restraint as the sole Superpower, even after being attacked numerous times by radical Jihadists seeking to be the World’s Rulers?


He just takes delight that seeing who Americans elected to the top office in the land will now dismantle America as a Superpower.

Rogov makes the further false assumption of,
The self-imposed role as the world's policeman has exhausted the American army, which is now unable to wage a third war against Iran or North Korea.”

Does Rogov see a need for another war? If so, why aren’t those who see the need banding together against these other despots instead of seeking to dismantle he only nation willing to confront the radical Jihadists that have even attacked his nation, Russia?

Would America have an easier time fighting terrorists had Russia joined in the effort, along with other European nations that have also been attacked by radical extremists?

I think so, but showing the long hatred of America’s freedoms, Rogov can only celebrate that thanks to Obamessiah, American Superpower era will end.

What’s left, to decide who will divvy up our country under the new Marxist rule?

In a similar regard, former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, the Red darling of the Marxist left and Democrats in America, chimes in calling for Homey to bring about “far-reaching 'perestroika' reforms to overcome the financial crisis and restore balance in the world.”

Does he not realize that Rogov said our Superpower days have ended? If what Rogov says is true, why lay it off on America to “restore balance in the world?”

Since Marxist Democrats see Socialism as the answer to the world’s problems, why does Gorbachev expect a Democratic Republic, a Capitalist Country, to “restore balance in the world?” Why aren’t all those Socialist Utopia’s of the world, Venezuela, North Korea, Cuba, Iran, China and yes, Russia not just fixing all the troubles of the world?

Could it be that Socialist leaders see their system is what is really failing, but refuse to give up their power and know that as America comes to the rescue once again, while converting to the Socialism that has failed their own countries, America will be bled dry and the world will be left with no one to oppose the Socialist elite, other than the radical Jihadists they falsely believe will quiet down once America fails?

Mikhail Khodorkovsky, imprisoned founder of the now defunct Yukos oil giant, says, “The era inaugurated by Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher 30 years ago is over.”

To a Soviet, that is probably music to their ears as both Reagan and Thatcher stood tall and opposed freedom restricting Marxism.

Further embracing Homey, Russian Muslims have said they “hope that U.S. President-elect Barack Obama will be able to improve relations between Washington and Moscow.”

Perhaps that means to abandon the anti-Iran missile shield that President Bush and Polish President Lech Kaczynski have been negotiating and Russia’s Vladimir Putin vehemently opposes, even though he has been offered to inspect the missiles to confirm they are not aimed at Russia.

Could Putin have some plans for Poland he isn’t speaking of?

Russian Muslims add that they have a “positive opinion of the newly elected U.S. president and are happy with his election,” adding, “probably because the new U.S. president has Islamic roots.”

So, America, you have elected someone who Russians see will end American Superpower days and who has pledged to “increase taxes for the rich and corporations, listen more to the country's traditional European allies, and stick to diplomatic options in dealing with Iran and other 'rogue' states.”

Additionally, he has vowed to “end” the Iraq war (not win it), increase the number of troops in Afghanistan and step up peace efforts in the Middle East.

Lofty aims, but if seems I recall we went down this road some 70 years ago and all it accomplished was the bloodiest war the world had ever seen.

As Homey’s inexperience and lack of abilities come to the front, after all, he won’t be able to read off of a teleprompter when meeting with other leaders who seek only the destruction of America, preferably by peaceful means, and your paycheck sinks to where it us sanding in a 3-block long line to buy a loaf of bread, just remember, you voted for him, I didn’t.

When the next terrorist attack comes, don’t look to us, seek one of your longhaired pot smoking hippie type war protestor or Code Pinko for protection.

When the automotive manufacturers close their doors because no one is buying cars or gas and maintenance for them, after the left’s demonization of cars and the oil companies and unemployment reaches double digits again and the tax coffers have long dried up due to excessive entitlements being paid out to illegal aliens and others that could have worked but chose the easy way, march in the streets again and celebrate, you elected him.


Storm'n Norm'n said...

Sergei Rogov

His resume

Received the Candidate degree in historical sciences in 1977 and the Doctor degree in historical sciences in 1984 from the Institute of USA and Canada.

Member of the Economic Council under the Government of the Rusian Federation;
Member of the Advisory Board of the Security Council of the Russian Federation;
Member of the Advisory Council of the Foreign Ministry of the Russian Federation;
Advisor to the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the States Duma of the Russian Federation;
Chairman of the Advisory Board on Foreign Policy at the Council of the Russian Federation.
Member of the Board of the Russian Foreign Policy Association.
Member of the Board of the Russian UNA
Member of the Russian Academy of the Natural Sciences.
President of the Center for National Security and International Relations, a non-governmental public research organization.
Member of the editorial board of the magazine "USA and Canada: Economy, Policy, Culture"
Author of 300 articles and 16 books, including "The Role of the National Security Advisor in the US Decision-Making Process"; "The Search for a Balance of Interests in the Soviet-American Relations"; "The USSR and the USA: problems of Mutual Security"; "The Evolving Military Doctrine of Russia"; "Russian Foreign Policy: Three Years of Trial and Error"; «The Eurasian Strategy for Russia»; «The Russian Financial Crash of 1998»; «Nuclear Weapons in the Multipolar World»; «The New Stage in Russian-American Relations», "Russia in the New International System".

phil said...

I don't have the energy or time to debunk all of your nonsense. Suffice to say that you tip your hand by referring to your new President as "Homey". That level of bigotry and ignorance was resoundingly defeated last week. Do you realize that you are nothing more than a modern day chicken little?

LewWaters said...

Phil, your own ignorance isshowing.

You will have to debunk the Russians that made the claims, not me.

Homey is a common expression of friendship within the Black Community. Have you forgotten Homey the Clown?

There is no way in hell Homey will ever be "MY" president.

What ya'll dished out for 8 years is coming back in spades.

Ya'll set the tone, deal with it.

witchywoman said...

I didn't know homey was a bad thing? Does that mean I need to stop calling my friends in Houston my home girls too?

Projecting racism onto others is another tactic democrats use. It just makes me sick.

Ms Calabaza said...

How does one say Schadenfraude in Russian?

Sad and pathetic, but true. . . :~(

Mark A. Sadowski said...

The Russians speak loudly but carry a tiny rotted stick. It was no big deal to defeat Georgia, a nation that spends a mere $1.2 billion a year on defense. NATO outspends Russia 21 to 1 on defense and the US alone spends more than the rest of the world combined (which includes the $300 billion a year that the EU spends). I spoke to my uncle in Poland recently about the election of President Obama and the Russian plan to install Iskander missles in Krolewicz (Kaliningrad). First, Obama is even more popular there (by far) than he is here. They see him as a competant intelligent leader in stark contrast to the bumbling fool that we currently have as president. Second, the threat to install missiles on the Baltic is seen as mere bluster. Russia only has one division supposedly equipped with Iskanders and nobody can verify if the stupid things even work. In fact, the Russians couldn't even take a nuclear sub on sea trials for the first time in five years this week without it nearly sinking and killing twenty workers in the process. Furthermore whatever plans they had for rearming just went up in smoke when oil prices fell 60% and the Russian stock market tanked 75% (they hardly can keep it open these days). Russian threats aren't keeping Poles awake at night, especially with President Obama as the new commander-in-chief.

LewWaters said...


Perhaps your Polish uncle can explain just specifically what in Homey's record convinces him he is the best leader. I'd like to know.

What has he accomplished? What has he done? Where has he ever made any difference in world conditions? You know, stuff like that.

If you go back, you'll notice things began tanking shortly after Democrats seized control of both houses and began pushing their Socialist agenda.

Does your Polish uncle advocate a return to Soviet style Socialism they suffered under for so many years?

We'll see just who the real "bumbling fool" is in a couple years, won't we?