Russia Questions Western Sincerity and Trust These Days…

Earlier this year the USA inquired to Russia about turn-coating on Iran over the and all nuclear deals. Russia was watching and waiting to see about several actions that the USA would take and do on missile defense and other important issues…

Well in the last few days a little rhetoric has come out from the Kremlin group and yesterday the Russian president’s special envoy to NATO, Dmitry Rogozin, has rejected the United States’ claim that the Islamic Republic of Iran poses a missile threat to Europe. In a television interview, the Kremlin ambassador to NATO described the claim as a provocative myth and stated that Moscow would never identify Iran as a missile threat…

Russia has seen that sincerity and trust are not in the Western vocabulary and I really think that the straw that broke the camels back is the Libya issue in the UN…

Medvedev stuck his neck out and accepted all responsibility for the decision. After the fiasco that the UN resolution turned out to be. You could hardly blame Medvedev for never trusting the West again. The problem is that Medvedev tried to trust the West after he had been burned several times before. That is where the people in Russia see Medvedev as being weak. Russians like a strong leader and if Medvedev trusts the West again it could become a serious issue for him…

So far over the Syria issue in the UN. Medvedev is holding to what is correct and standing up for what is right. If he had done that with Libya…

Sincerity and trust is very important in this world and the West is short of supply on both. But the West has never valued sincerity as the East does…

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