A World the White House Style
- A World the White House Style
By Nestor Núñez
AIN Special Service
June 1, 2007
George W. Bush lacks moderation and it is evident that this
anormality does not favor justice for humanity
He recently met in Texas with the General Secretary of NATO, Jaap de
Hoop Scheffer and took advantage of the dialog to take it out against
In a scholarly tone he even passed judgement on Russia's domestic
policy and advised President Vladimir Putin and his team to "look
W. Bush continued with his knowledgeable considerations and expressed
doubts over the "democratic paths" adopted by Moscow and insisted
that even if he has certain approachments with the Russian president,
the reality is that there are "complex ties" between both
In conclusion, he explained that he will work in order for Russia to
reconsider its annoyance with the White House in establishing its
anti missle program in Poland and the Czech Republic, right on the
border with the Euro Asian giant.
After all, for analysts such an aspiration is a serious indication of
the White House's interventionist and arrogant policy and it is
evident that for Washington its ties with Moscow must be subjected to
subordinating patterns which Putin will not accept.
The fact that the Russian President has recently criticized the
adventurous, irresponsible and unpositive sense that W. Bush has in
his foreign policy and confirmed that he would not accept the placing
on Czech and Polish soil the US anti nuclear "umbrella" would give
Washington unquestionable military advantages in the area.
Russia, as a response, has begun to modernize its armed forces and
the development of missiles impossible to be intercepted by US
And of course, that upsets the Oval Office, who wants to surround a
state considered a rival and prefers it as a second and subordinated
nation in the world arena.
The "savages of the east" should not occupy a place in the mechanisms
of influence in the world. This is the heart of the issue, whose only
practical results are the increase of the danger of international
confrontation and the creation of a new and crazy arms race.