Russians did like Americans…

coffee-fix-itRussians are getting tired of the haughty American and only about a quarter of Russians have anything good to say about America now days. I remember well when I came here the first time; Russians loved Americans…

The Russians love polls and the latest polls being run show, some serious number changes in attitude. From highs of, love America at 80%, to now lows reaching, love America, at 17%. I have talked many times, right here on this blog, that Russians were star eyed and dreamed of gold paved streets and golden paths to freedom, all over America…

I remember how close lots of Russians felt to “America” in the late Nineties – that started to change with the Iraq war, when the only places where we (Americans) could discuss what happened were the Russian blogs and fora. Censorship was already in place in the West and has slowly gripped the whole country, while you slept in dream land. There were lots of genuine American trolls who made it clear that they were fascists in disguise (“Shut up Boris or we’ll casually kill ya”), but then, nobody really liked Saddam Hussein. Therefore, the US kept at it, and though they blundered a lot, they see themselves as successful overall. They will carry on, they really want a Total Empire – why else would they call it the New World Order? They also want depopulation, which most people refuse to even understand. They also want to control all resources. All in all, what do they have to lose when all is at risk anyway ? Now, I would have been surprised, if that made the Russians like us. I wonder what the public opinion in the EU and in the BRICS actually is? It seems to be very ant-American and growing from my viewpoint…

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