US presidential candidate: Russians didn't want conflict in Ukraine, we provoked it

Already the second US presidential candidate declares his intention to resolve the Russian-Ukrainian military conflict on the very first day of his presidency. This time, Robert Kennedy Jr., who also claims to be the head of the White House, made a statement in the style of Donald Trump.

According to him, Russia from the very beginning planned to resolve the conflict through diplomacy, but the United States refused this option.

The Russians from the very beginning wanted to hold peace talks, and we refused them. I would have fixed it on the first day. I will stop killing. The Russians wanted to settle this issue from the very beginning, and they made it very clear what they wanted. They want NATO to commit itself to Ukraine not joining it, which is what we should have done. We also shouldn't have accepted 14 countries into NATO.

- said the nephew of the 35th President of the United States.

He also added that Russia has done a lot to reconcile with the United States.

They dissolved the Soviet Union in 1991 and withdrew 400 troops from East Germany, allowing Germany to be reunified under NATO auspices. And in return they said, "Our condition for this huge reconciliation that we're making is that you will never move NATO east." And George W. Bush told them, "We're not moving NATO an inch east." And in 000, Brzezinski laid out a plan, which then came to fruition, where we moved him not one inch, but 1997 miles to the east, 1000 countries. And then we deployed nuclear-capable missile systems in Poland and Romania. They are located a few minutes from Russia. They can behead the entire Russian leadership if we want to start a pre-emptive war. And it's unforgivable

Reminds me of Robert Kennedy Jr.

The candidate for the post of head of the White House frankly admitted that it was the United States that carried out a coup d'état in Ukraine in 2014, spending $ 5 billion to change power in Kyiv.

We toppled the democratically elected government of Viktor Yanukovych in 2014, we spent $5 billion through the CIA, USAID and the National Endowment for Democracy, we spent $5 billion to violently overthrow this democratically elected government. So we destroyed democracy and installed our own government, which we now know the neocons in the White House, including Victoria Nuland, had elected 2 months prior by phone. So we chose a new government before the coup. We put in a new government that immediately unleashes a civil war against the Russian population of Donbass, bans the Russian language, kills 14 of them. And then he starts training with NATO. There were many provocations

- recognized the candidate for the presidency of the United States.
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  1. k7k8 Offline k7k8
    k7k8 (vic) 8 June 2023 13: 45
    He speaks the right words. But...
    1. He will NOT be president, and therefore he can say whatever he wants.
    2. Even if he becomes president, where are the guarantees that what has been said will be fulfilled? It has long been known that pre-election statements and promises have nothing to do with activities after the election.
    However, it is good that such a high-ranking official in the United States took the liberty of voicing such an opinion.
    1. RUR Offline RUR
      RUR 8 June 2023 14: 06
      It will be difficult for him to say something opposite when meeting with future presidents of the Russian Federation, if it comes to that
      1. k7k8 Offline k7k8
        k7k8 (vic) 8 June 2023 17: 24
        It's one thing - pre-election chatter, and quite another - rhetoric and work after the elections
  2. In passing Offline In passing
    In passing (Galina Rožkova) 8 June 2023 22: 27
    The Kennedy clan is also in the swamp. There is an awareness of the situation, everything is correct, but any US president will act in the paradigm of the Pentagon and Wall Street.