Sanction’s They Will Hurt When it Becomes Our Time…

imagesI read a very good Russian commentary and it was about what was going to happen to the USA one day. It was very well written and very thoughtful, it was not hateful and not anti-American, it was simply what most likely will happen to the USA…

It said simply that, “What goes around comes around!” or “You sow, so shall you reap!”

It talked about the terrible tragedies that are happening to countries all over the world because of US lead sanctions, that kill the everyday people not the leaders of said countries. It used Iran as an example and after I have done some studying, I have found that we have intentionally devastated the Iranian medical industry to try to sway the peoples opinion of their own government…

This is happening all over the world and is happening to many countries that do not deserve this type of treatment…

So as the article ended: One day the US/West will be in our shoes! Those shoes will only wear so long, before they need to be resoled. Then as they can not resole those shoes (from lack of supplies) and have to wander the Winter barefooted or with sacks tied around their feet, they will cry to the gods and ask, “Why Us? Why US? What did we do?”

Yes, one day it will happen and we will all be crying, “Why Us? Why US? What did we do?” and I am hear to tell you it is not what “we” did. It is what “we” did not do and that was that we did not stop out government from abusing the world and treating the world like a bunch of second rate people that deserve to die…

You can rule by force or by care and understanding. We have chosen force…

Oh by the way: You just read the article from a very good Russian source and Windows to Russia is that source! With 4000+ articles and more still coming. Do a search and see what you find…

Kyle Keeton
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