Russia of Putin Design

Russia: A Threat to American Sovereignty
Authored by:  William Robert Barber

The Russian’s have invaded a sovereign, democratically elected, pro-western government; the Georgians have been charged with over playing their hand and agitating the Putin bear; I do find it interesting that those on the left of American political ideology and those on the right is defining the action of concern in their classic precedence. Generally, those on the left search to place blame on America for Russia’s military incursion and those on the right do not hesitate in blaming the newly invigorated Russia of Putin design for their behavior. To immeasurable degree, each side reaches for some moral or ethical reasoning to justify their particulars; in my view, the only matter of importance is the sway of American power over Russian hostility. In other words, the objective of American power is the abatement of Russian power. Moral justification as a requirement to action is founded on a subjective illusion with as much credibility as “Peace For Our Time” spoken on September 30 1938 by British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain.Read More »