Joe Biden and the State of the Confusion Speech

Joe Biden and the State of the Confusion Speech
Fecha de publicación: 
2 March 2022

What is Biden really interested in, helping the Ukrainian people, weakening the Russian economy, or solving its domestic issues by creating a new enemy to the so-called Western world?


Early in President Biden’s speech on the State of the Union delivered at the US Capitol on Tuesday night, the US president assured that “the United States stands with the Ukrainian people,” and paid tribute to the Ukrainian ambassador to the United States, who was present.


He then stated that Vladimir "Putin is isolated on the world stage now more than ever" and according to him, when history is written, Putin's war in Ukraine will have left Russia weaker and the rest of the world stronger.


In addition, the president also confirmed how the Russian aggression against Ukraine achieved the impossible, unwaveringly united all members of the US Congress around a common cause.


And not surprisingly, he alluded to the joint determination for freedom to triumph over tyranny, in a remarkable show of unity after a year of bitter rancor between the president's party and the Republican opposition.


These last Biden’s words, by the way, were delivered in a Capitol surrounded by fences and soldiers of the national guard for fear of another possible attack by the bitter, rancorous Republican opposition. Something that undoubtedly shows the poor state in which the Union finds itself.


To prove how he kept in mind the Ukrainian people during his speech, he confused them with none other than the Iranian people, victims of a US invasion in 2003, justified by the presentation of false evidence.


The Russian channels, now censored by the Western power machine, were kind enough to define the president's confusion as a mental lapse. Nothing further to add...


Translated by Sergio A. Paneque Díaz / CubaSí Translation Staff

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