Russia: Obama Sold His Soul To The New World Order

Obama sold his soul to the New World Order and used the United States as the globalist's military arm to create instability, says Russian PM.

Barack Obama sold his soul to the New World Order and used the United States as the globalist’s military arm to create instability around the world, while disrespecting traditional Western and Christian values at home, according to Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.

Russia wasted no time in sending Obama off in style, with Prime Minister Medvedev taking radio interviews and publishing a brutal condemnation of the former US President on his official Facebook page just minutes after Trump was sworn in as the new President of the United States of America.

According to Medvedev, Obama is leaving office with the blood of tens of thousands of innocents on his hands. Obama’s “reckless” policies led to “the complete collapse of the political systems” and corruption of values in society.

Everyone is aware that the United States has always tried to ‘steer’ almost all global processes, brazenly interfering in the internal affairs of various countries and waging multiple wars on foreign soil. Iraq, the Arab Spring, Ukraine, and Syria are just a few examples of such reckless policies in recent years. We can still see their consequences.

These wars, Medvedev pointed out, “claimed tens of thousands of lives.”

Taking the verbal humiliation up a notch, Russia’s prime minister then said “it doesn’t get any dumber than restricting entry to the United States for the leadership of the Russian parliament, ministers, and businessmen, thus deliberately reducing the possibility of full-fledged contacts and closing the window to cooperation. The bet was on brute force and sheer pressure. It is impossible to imagine such actions even during the Cuban missile crisis, even though the situation was much more serious then…

Having delivered Obama a brutal tongue-lashing, the Russian PM did express hope that relations between the two countries may recover thanks to Trump:

We do not know yet how the new US administration will approach relations with our country. But we are hoping that reason will prevail. And we are ready to do our share of the work in order to improve the relationship.

We can only hope that Trump will reciprocate.

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Medvedev’s full Facebook post below:

The administration of US President Barack Obama has come to a close and the results are decidedly mixed. I would like to give my assessment of Russia-US relations during this period, especially since I was directly involved in many events.

On the one hand, Russia and the United States managed to work together to resolve a number of major international problems. Our countries signed a nuclear weapons reduction treaty, and Russia and the United States played a leading role in resolving the controversy surrounding the Iranian nuclear programme. We achieved the elimination of chemical weapons in Syria. These outcomes are important for the entire world.

On the other hand, US-Russia relations completely fell apart by the end of the second term of the Obama administration.

Everyone is aware that the United States has always tried to” steer” almost all global processes, brazenly interfering in the internal affairs of various countries and waging multiple wars on foreign soil. Iraq, the Arab Spring, Ukraine, and Syria are just a few examples of such reckless policies in recent years. We can still see their consequences, which range from the complete collapse of the political systems in these countries to wars which claimed tens of thousands of lives.

There is only one explanation for such actions: the interests of the United States. An explanation which is entirely defensible in America itself, though much less so in other countries.

But the real issue lies elsewhere– the failure to understand one’s own true interests.

The Obama administration was completely short-sighted on such an important and complex issue as relations with Russia. There was hope that it would be smarter, more circumspect, and more responsible– despite differing assessments of complex international processes, varying approaches to key decisions, the role of emotion and the pressure exerted by various political forces. The most important thing was to remember that Russia is not a banana republic (even though equal dialogue is a must with all members of the international community). It is unacceptable to talk to a country which is a permanent member of the UN Security Council in such a manner. A country with defensive capabilities equal to the United States. It is important to remember that Russia-US relations, without exaggeration, determine the fate of major international initiatives. Often, we may like or dislike some of the policies of our key partners, but we must be aware of our common responsibility. This is something that the Obama administration failed to do.

The pressure on our country has reached unprecedented proportions. Ill-considered economic sanctions, which did no one any good, have reduced our cooperation to zero. There were the ridiculous individual sanctions that nobody paid attention to. And it doesn’t get any dumber than restricting entry to the United States for the leadership of the Russian parliament, ministers, and businessmen, thus deliberately reducing the possibility of full-fledged contacts and closing the window to cooperation. The bet was on brute force and sheer pressure. It is impossible to imagine such actions even during the Cuban missile crisis, even though the situation was much more serious then…

Who benefited from this? No one. Certainly not the United States. It didn’ t work.

Conclusion: The Obama administration has destroyed relations between the United States and Russia, which are at their lowest point in decades. This is its key foreign policy mistake which will be remembered by history.

We do not know yet how the new US administration will approach relations with our country. But we are hoping that reason will prevail. And we are ready to do our share of the work in order to improve the relationship.

Baxter Dmitry

Baxter Dmitry

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  • tohellwithosamaobama

    to put it simply Barry and Michael Osama Obama .. ARE.. going to hell… going directly to hell.. will not pass go…will not collect $200 .and rightly so…… enough said!!

  • Concerned Reader

    The headline and introductory sentence are not supported by the quotation from Medvedev’s blog.

    In this era of news reporting reform, I hold Newswire to higher standards. The practice of click-bait headlines unsupported by facts within the article smacks of National Enquirer and I don’t appreciate that slide in yournewswire.com’s reporting quality.

    Specifically, Medvedev’s own words mention nothing about the NWO nor selling of anyone’s soul. YNW, you can do and have done better. Don’t slip up now, just when the entire gameboard for the US press is changing!

  • Djago

    They had his good for nothing soul all the way, nothiing new here

  • IAmDeplorableBilly

    In order to sell your soul, you first have to have one. Noticeably lacking in Oblowme.

  • jose Max

    Putin and Trump must unite to destroy the Satanic tyrant elite who wants to destroy the world. The fight has to be severe and the total elimination of the ultimate evil goal.