Putin Sends Warning to Joe Biden After Careless Speech at UN Meeting
Joe Biden has a serious problem with putting his foot in his mouth and saying things that he should not be saying.
He likes to talk the big talk, but he’s trying to write a check that his decrepit old self can’t cash. He must be taking advice from Kim Jong Un and threatening everyone because they think that they’re stronger than everyone else and can’t get beat up.
This week, Joe Biden addressed the United Nations to reaffirm his support for Ukraine as well as make more reckless threats against Russia.
Remember when everyone was so afraid of President Trump starting a war, then it turned out that he was the first president in recent history to not start a new war? Yeah, well, Joe Biden is the opposite.
During the UN address, Biden said, “Russia has shamelessly violated the core tenets of the U.N. charter — no more important than the clear prohibition against countries taking the territory of their neighbors by force. If nations can pursue their imperial ambitions without consequences, then we put at risk everything this very institution stands for.”
“Each of us in this body who determined to uphold the principles and beliefs we pledged to defend as members of the United Nations, must be clear, firm and unwavering in our resolve.”
Well, Vladimir Putin didn’t take too kindly to that sort of rhetoric and sent a message back to Biden:
“The purpose of this West is to weaken, divide and ultimately destroy our country. They are already directly saying that in 1991 they were able to split the Soviet Union, and now the time has come for Russia itself, that it should disintegrate into many mortally hostile regions and regions,” Putin said.
“And they have been planning such plans for a long time. They encouraged gangs of international terrorists in the Caucasus, promoted the offensive infrastructure of NATO close to our borders. They made total Russophobia their weapon, including for decades they purposefully cultivated hatred for Russia, primarily in Ukraine, for which they were preparing the fate of an anti-Russian foothold, and the Ukrainian people themselves were turned into cannon fodder and pushed to war with our country, unleashing it, this war , back in 2014, using the armed forces against the civilian population, organizing genocide, blockade, terror against people who refused to recognize the power that arose in Ukraine as a result of a coup,” he added.
“Today, our Armed Forces, as I have already said, are operating on the line of contact, which exceeds a thousand kilometers, they are confronting not only neo-Nazi formations, but in fact the entire military machine of the collective West.”
“In this situation, I consider it necessary to make the following decision – it is fully adequate to the threats we face – namely: to protect our Motherland, its sovereignty and territorial integrity, to ensure the security of our people and people in the liberated territories, I consider it necessary to support the proposal Ministry of Defense and the General Staff on the conduct of partial mobilization in the Russian Federation.”
“Nuclear blackmail was also launched. We are talking not only about the shelling of the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant, which is encouraged by the West, which threatens a nuclear catastrophe, but also about the statements of some high-ranking representatives of the leading NATO states about the possibility and admissibility of using weapons of mass destruction against Russia – nuclear weapons.”
“To those who allow themselves to make such statements about Russia, I would like to remind you that our country also has various means of destruction, and for some components more modern than those of the NATO countries. And if the territorial integrity of our country is threatened, we will certainly use all the means at our disposal to protect Russia and our people. It’s not a bluff.”
Joe Biden needs to just stop. He needs to stop poking at the bear and leave him alone. Every single time he does something like this, the White House ends up having to walk back what he said in order to try and prevent war from breaking out with Russia.