“…Why do you look at the speck in your brotheŕs eye, but do not consider the plank in your own eye?…
The Gospel of Matthew
On March 16, the President of the United States of America allowed himself not just a sharp statement about Vladimir Putin, but directly told reporters that he considers the Russian President a war criminal. However, he did not say this the first time, pretending that initially he simply did not understand who exactly the FOX NEWS correspondent asked him about.
It is surprising that such rhetoric is becoming acceptable in our time. It is clear to everyone that the President is the face of the state, and in America also the head of the Executive Authority, and such a high-ranking person simply cannot afford such tactless statements. Although, Mr. Biden is no stranger. It is worth recalling his words about the fate of the Serbs, which, as the representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova rightly noted, were said even before the start of the actual bombing.
“I was suggesting we bomb Belgrade”
A terrible phrase that the future US president uttered with confidence in his words. There is no shadow of a doubt that the lives of thousands of former citizens of Yugoslavia can be opposed to the interests of America, again talking about the “position of the strong”, those who are allowed to violate the norms of international law.
There is no need to make excuses for such a position.
There is no need to make excuses even now – the Russian people are presented in the form of an enemy of the world community.
Exact people, not only the state and politicians, because now you can write threats against Russian citizens in social networks, you can constantly lie about the events in the Donbass, where people die every day, and facts “inconvenient” for the world agenda can simply be hushed up.
Apparently, you can groundlessly consider the President of another country as “war criminal”. However, this is what real crimes are: against humanity, against freedom of speech, against the principles of international law and human rights. But “ not consider a plank in your own eye”- is the easiest way.
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