Where have I said that a Trump presidency will restore US-Russia relations?magnumcromagnon wrote:Khepesh wrote:That's more or less it, but as I mentioned in previous posts about Peskov's statement, no "merge". I still think that it could be an important factor if polls in US by late summer show possibility of Trump win, then this may push Poroshenko to war out of fear of being abandoned, while he probably feels that with Clinton he is secure.
You cant seriously be naive enough to think US-Russia relations will be restored with a Trump presidency? 2 things you need to know about Trump-Hillary presidential election:
1.) Hillary attended Trumps wedding to win favors.
2.) Trump donated $100,000 towards the Clinton foundation:
I wrote what I did about potential for war in Ukraine on the basis of perceptions as seen from viewpoint of Poroshenko. It does not matter that whoever is president, the same masters lurk in the background, it will have a psychological effect on Poroshenko if it seems one candidate who seems less likely to support him in war, by his rhetoric at least, may be the winner, than if the other, Clinton, who makes the warlike remarks, may loose. Poroshenko and those in his regime and those who willingly work for his regime have everything to loose, the Americans have nothing to loose, so as I have said on numerous occassions, Poroshenko will have to take his fate in his own hands and not rely on these fucks in Washington.