Medvedev Keeps Getting Deceived by the West… (Or is he Guileless?)

It looks like Medvedev showed a touch of bitterness over the abuse of the UN mandate on Libya. He interprets the mandate as he sees it and expects it to be fulfilled. But there is a problem with that…

As much as Medvedev wants to believe that the West is paved in good intentions and they are good friends and allies, it just isn’t gonna happen…

Loyalty from the West changes like the wind and when opportunity knocks to destroy your friend, be he an opponent or not, then that is priority in life. Morals and ethics aside…

For the first time since this started Medvedev made a statement about the falsification of actions by the West on the UN document. Medvedev said that, “The resolution is normal, but the resolution should be fulfilled, not seeking to abuse its mandate.” Then he added, “We have serious questions to the UN leadership,” he then pointed out. “The situation in Libya and Cote d’Ivoire showed that a dangerous tendency is taking shape.” Hummm…

It is important to understand that Medvedev stuck his neck out against the Russian people thinking’s on the UN mandate and fell hook line and sinker for the Wests tactics… (Medvedev believed in the West and her goals…)

I asked Sveta last night, “Do you think Medvedev has a advisory panel for Western idiosyncrasies?” She said, “I doubt it, he probably just makes the decision himself…”

That made me think and over that cup of coffee this morning, I am contemplating that very thought…

Does Medvedev have an adviser on what the West will do in certain circumstances? Mainly issues of moral, ethics, corruption, vanity, backstabbing, trust, faith, reliability and any other issue that has to do with betrayal…

It seems that he does not…

I learned the hard way in America. America has lots of beliefs in sayings that people in other countries should take to heart…

  • “The ability to learn faster than your competitors may be only sustainable competitive advantage.” Arie de Geus
  • “A competitor will find a way to win. Competitors take bad breaks and use them to drive themselves just that much harder. Quitters take bad breaks and use them as reasons to give up. It’s all a matter of pride.” Nancy Lopez
  • “A competitive world offers two possibilities. You can lose. Or, if you want to win, you can change.” ??
  • “You can’t just beat a team, you have to leave a lasting impression in their minds so they never want to see you again” Mia Hamm
  • “The essence of competitiveness is liberated when we make people believe that what they think and do is important – and then get out of their way while they do it.” Jack Welch
  • “The competition’s tough, and it requires us to be tougher.” Senator John Kerry
  • “If any of my competitors were drowning, I’d stick a hose in their mouth” Ray Kroc
  • “Agility means that you are faster than your competition. Agile time frames are measured in weeks and months, not years.” Michael Hugos
  • “Many Americans are driven from birth to succeed and if we allow that desire to fail to intervene, then we have lost our edge.” Kyle

I could go on a thousand fold on quotes about competition and “When the Going gets Tough, The Tough get Going.” I taught many classes on such things in my past. What look like a betrayal of morals and structure to the world, is just common business procedures in the West. (As the winds change, be the first to catch the wind in your sails. For those who hesitate fail…) What many people in the world do not realize is that we (Americans) are formed from the beginning to feel that we can do what we feel like to accomplish our goals. Even if that means that we step on someone in the process…

So Medvedev learned another lesson about the West. He got stung by the facade of a friends face over top the true intentions. Now we are looking at a strong possibility of ground troops going into Libya…

Yesterday Barack Obama and Nicolas Sarkozy, as well as British Prime Minister David Cameron laid the ground work for the next line of the Libya invasion. They posted a joint article that has been published in leading newspapers in the three countries. This article makes it clear that they will do what ever they have to to get Qaddafi out of power in Libya…

Medvedev really needs an adviser on the Western world. Hindsight is always better than foresight. Now Medvedev has begun to see the folly of the situation and Russia definitely sees that 90% of the information coming out of Libya is a fabricated lie. Hence, a No vote at the UN mandate would have caused a huge attitude adjustment and made it look really bad for the West to play shenanigans…

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