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Russia Bitch Slaps the U.S. ambassador to Russia…

Looks like U.S. envoy Michael McFaul has fulfilled my expectations of him and unless he wakes up and starts following the handbook called “Russian For Dummies!” He is going to feel the door in Russia slam him in the butt as he leaves Russia, as he is kicked through that door back home to America…

Now Like I have said in the past, I really think that he would prefer to go back to America and I know that he did not take this assignment willingly as U.S. envoy to Russia. In fact he shows Russians everyday that he hates being in Russia…

It is like a continual stream of little tidbits of news that implicate McFaul in prospects of many numerous things and issues that someone of his position should not be doing in a foreign country…

I can honestly tell you that if the Russian Envoy to America did what McFaul has been doing, then he would have been expelled already from America. McFaul really opens his mouth and puts his foot in it at the worst times. Then he ignores proper procedures the rest of the time…

Well hang on to your hat because the Russian people are starting to get a real dislike for the guy and to me that just seems detrimental to the relationship, between Russia and America…

Local News about McFaul:

The U.S. ambassador to Russia should remain diplomatic in his public comments and not jeopardize his country’s ties with Russia, a Russian presidential aide said on Tuesday.

“The leaders of both countries are set for constructive dialogue,” Yury Ushakov said.

“Ambassadors should act in the same spirit and not be at odds with their leadership,” he said.

Amen to that! Are you listening McFaul?

Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia

PS: These are the warning shots over the bow for McFaul…


  1. admin Post author | May 29, 2012

    Russian President’s foreign policy aide Yuri Ushakov has criticized the US ambassador to Russia, Michael McFaul, for disrupting Washington’s effort to forge stronger ties with Moscow and warned him to be more diplomatic in his public announcements.

    Both nations are set for constructive cooperation, Yuri Ushakov said at a briefing on Tuesday and called on the ambassador to comply with this policy.

  2. admin Post author | May 29, 2012

    MOSCOW, May 29 (Itar-Tass) — The Kremlin has advised US Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul to be more diplomatic.

    “Ambassadors should be diplomatic,” RF presidential aide Yuri Ushakov told reporters when asked to comment on McFaul’s sharp statements. However, he admitted: “I ·· myself served as ambassador to the United States for almost 10 years and I would not want to comment on the colleague’s words.”

    Nevertheless, Ushakov said that he “followed (during his work on the ambassador’s post) the fairly simple principle – defending the interests of their country, the ambassadors should work according to positive principles.” He added that “all ambassadors follow” this principle. The Kremlin official explained that “anyway, besides ambassadors there are many figures who are trying to spoil the atmosphere of bilateral relations.”

    “The leadership of the two countries is committed to the most constructive interaction. Ambassadors should act in the same spirit, the ambassadors should not introduce dissonance into the work of their leadership,” Ushakov said.

    “I tried (commenting on McFaul’s statements) to be diplomatic, and he also should be diplomatic. This will help him,” said the Russian presidential aide.

  3. admin Post author | May 29, 2012

    * Russia says envoy violated diplomatic etiquette

    * McFaul has been focus of accusations of US meddling

    * Envoy says “still learning to speak more diplomatically”

    MOSCOW – Russia sharply criticised the US ambassador for the third time in his five-month tenure after he said that Moscow offered Kyrgyzstan a bribe in a bid to evict US forces from an air base and had sought backroom “quid pro quo” deals on key issues.

    The Foreign Ministry expressed “extreme bewilderment” at remarks Michael McFaul made in a university lecture in Friday, which it said went “far beyond the boundaries of diplomatic etiquette and amounted to a deliberate distortion of several aspects of the Russian-American dialogue.”

    The ministry took issue with McFaul’s statement that Russia had “put a big bribe on the table” to get Kyrgyzstan to order the United States out of a transit facility it uses to support operations in Afghanistan – a reference to a $2 billion loan widely perceived that way by analysts at the time, in 2009.

    McFaul prefaced the remark by saying he would not be speaking very diplomatically, and added half-jokingly that the United States had offered its own bribe but that it was “about 10 times smaller.”

    In a statement issued late on Monday, the Foreign Ministry said McFaul “knows better (than Russia) what bribes Washington gave to whom.”


    It dismissed as “unprofessional” McFaul’s statement that Russia had at times proposed deals in which the United States would make concessions on one issue in exchange for Russian support on another unrelated issue, a practice he said President Barack Obama has rejected.

    The ministry stopped short of saying the remarks could damage relations but said it was “not the first time statements and actions of Mr McFaul … have caused shock.”

    Over the winter, McFaul become a lightning rod for similar accusations in the Russian media, and in March he sparred verbally with a TV crew that trailed him around Moscow. In the university talk, however, he said pressure on him had eased.

    In March, the Foreign Ministry rebuked McFaul after he expressed concern on Twitter at the detention of protesters who challenged Putin’s victory. The ministry said the United States had been less humane in dispersing anti-Wall Street protesters.

    In early April, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov took aim at McFaul for a remark he made about US plans for a European missile shield, saying he had “arrogantly” rejected Russia’s concerns about the anti-missile system.

    In a Twitter response to the Foreign Ministry statement, parts of which were posted on the social media, McFaul pointed out that his talk had “highlighted over 20 positive results of “reset,” that our governments worked together to achieve.”

    McFaul was previously Obama’s top Russia adviser but has little experience as a diplomat. Responding to a Twitter user who had directed his attention to the Russian statement he tweeted: “Still learning the craft of speaking more diplomatically.”

  4. stupid is as stupid does May 30, 2012

    The U.S. State Department said on Tuesday that Russia will have to get used to U.S. Ambassador Michael McFaul’s outspoken statements.

    “He speaks plainly. He speaks clearly. He doesn’t mince words. He’s not a professional diplomat,” State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said.

    “I think that for the Russian government, the fact that he speaks clearly when things are going well and he speaks clearly when they’re going less well is something that they’re having to get used to,” Nuland told journalists.

  5. Élias May 31, 2012

    i believe you!

  6. Aldrovanda June 1, 2012

    From what I understand he has to take this job or else. So he is getting bitch slapped all around. Sent to Siberia LOL that is a good one. Time for the bitch to get out of politics as it seems he is not a diplomat!

  7. Abigail June 1, 2012

    I guess Russia is where bad Americans go when they get in trouble!

  8. Domingas June 1, 2012

    i truly admire the work you are doing. i follow your articles and love what you have to say. you’ve already made a difference.

  9. Evita June 4, 2012

    He deserves it

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