magnumcromagnon wrote:Looking back at the treaty it's clear how much of a treasonous comprador Gorbachev was. He didn't just destroy missiles that fell under the INF Treaty, he ordered the destruction of ballistic missiles that DIDN'T fall underneath the new treaty, such as Oka which had a max range of 400km. It's quite embarrassing how the lap-dog behavior developed in to the mind of Mikhail Compradorchev, the order to destroy Oka was so outrageous that the legendary designer Sergey Nepobedimy was forced to resign in disgust. Gordochev probably grew in to being a insecure weasel who craves and begs for others acceptance (look what the whimpering faggot did to earn his Nobel prize), to compensate for his low self-esteem he developed by growing up with a bird shit-stain birthmark.
Gorbie was the prime agent in the operation to dissolve the USSR. And as with all similar operations such as Yugoslavia, Russians were screwed over the
hardest. Oka and other Soviet defense assets were not the only thing compromised. The whole economy was compromised and a class of parasites
such as Khodorkovsky and Berezovsky were allowed to rise from total obscurity to take over the economy and secure their grand scale theft via mafia
tactics which included dozens of murders.
Gorbie's pandering to NATzO, including taking its word for not expanding east was an obvious sell out. For many years this clown has been getting
his validation from outside Russia. Russians know him for what he did and what he is.
Anyway, it looks like under Putin, things have been restored to normal. Lavrov recently noted that any attempt to deploy IRBMs to Europe will be
met with a swift Russian reply. The yanquis are squirming with their cancellation of one treaty after another but that is not giving them any