Atlas speaks too much: Secretary of State Blinken reminded Russia and China of the power of the United States

Psychologist Susanna in “The Most Charming and Attractive” recommends keeping her self-esteem in good shape.

Atlas speaks too much: Secretary of State Blinken reminded Russia and China of the power of the United States
FILE PHOTO: U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken listens to journalists’ questions during a news conference, at a hotel in Mexico City April 30, 2015. REUTERS/Henry Romero/File Photo

It is unlikely that Blinken took auto-training lessons from her, but it turned out approximately in the style of “I have a slender figure, beautiful legs. I can change men like gloves. Twirl, twirl them, like a juggler – clubs”.

True, he immediately admitted that America is unable to twist all the men, since the Russian and Chinese authorities talk about the decline of the United States and convince them of the advantages of an “authoritarian vision of the world” over a “democratic approach”.

But “we are able to remind them and remind them one measure after another that we have enough strength with interest.”

When they begin to prove strength in words, this is a sure sign that it is just not enough for actions. If Tony would have watched Soviet cinema, he would have known that even Susanna herself was not helped by auto-training. Maybe then he would not have called for “retaining global leadership for the United States.” They, of course, are not yet a Colossus with feet of clay, but already something similar to that very Atlanta, who, instead of straightening his shoulders, now simply opens his tongue.

Sheinkman on the brink

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