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Boris Johnson: No Normalization With Russia Until Its Current Regime Is Eliminated

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Boris Johnson: No Normalization With Russia Until Its Current Regime Is Eliminated

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The British leadership is not planning to normalize relations with Russia until its current regime is eliminated.

During the Berlin conference on Libya, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told Russian President Vladimir Putin that there would be no normalization of the two countries’ relations until Moscow ends its “destabilizing activity” that threatens the UK and its allies.

“He was clear there had been no change in the UK’s position on Salisbury, which was a reckless use of chemical weapons and a brazen attempt to murder innocent people on UK soil. He said that such an attack must not be repeated,” a spokeswoman from Johnson’s Downing Street office in a statement.

“The prime minister said there will be no normalization of our bilateral relationship until Russia ends the destabilizing activity that threatens the UK and our allies and undermines the safety of our citizens and our collective security.”

Such loud statements by the British Prime Minister are funny themselves. The modern UK is rather an object of the international relations than their subject. On the other hand, Johnson directly stated that Russia has to drop any attempts to defend its national interests around the world and inside Russia itself, if it wants to ‘normalize’ relations with the UK. Therefore, London demonstrates that the UK and its allies seek to dismantle the Russian state.

The British Prime Minister statement goes contrary to the customary diplomatic practices. However, the audience should say a big thank you to Mr. Johnson for a direct and clear position towards international issues.

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  • alejandro casalegno

    United Kigdom WAS a World Power…………….WAS…………i say again ……….WAS!!!!!!

    • Padre

      You can hardly call it united, and kingdom is also very questionable nowadays!

    • Jake321

      The same with Russia if you missed it. It is a want-to-be world power but doesn’t have the economy to be one anymore.

      • Aquilegia

        Russia is playing an integral role in building alternate global payment systems and pushing the US out of Eurasia. It doesn’t need to be an “absolute” global power, but rather do business, cooperation with neighboring and Middle East states, and develop local infrastructure which is the greatest bottleneck for economic development.

        So when the yanks next time decide to “sanction” and shut out someone from SWIFT, there are several other workable options to choose from.

      • alejandro casalegno

        Understimate Russia…………………NEVER end well……………

      • Cornelius

        Things go up and down. We shall see.

  • Dick Von Dast’Ard

    British mediocrity represented by Mr Mediocrity himself.

  • Just a savage island struggling for relevancy.

  • Xoli Xoli

    The Russian civilians and Russian soldiers stands for world peace and suppress USANATO aggression and destabilization. But runs behind this Bulldogs and gays like Boris and buys face.Calling them western partners while their hate Russians to the core.Very good that atlease a fargot told Putin straight how he feels and what their want to do with Russia.

    • Xoli Xoli

      Sorry Putin runs behind them.

    • AM Hants

      Whilst President ignored him and carried on talking to Sergey Lavrov.

  • Black Waters

    He’s too stupid to speak like that, he’s speaking in behalf of some big crook.

    • Peter Moy

      That big crook is the bunch of paranoid, provocative, war hungry, degenerate, brain-damaged freaks who conduct US foreign policy in Washington, DC. Remember that these same incompetent bast*rds haven’t won a war since World war II. Only a moron would take advice from them.

      • Ray Douglas

        The adjectives you use to describe US politicians could equally be used against the politicians of a small West Asian country with a Zionist government.

        • Peter Moy

          I wager my last can of pork ‘n’ beans that you are referring to an artificial entity whose symbol is the Star of David that basically has a death grip on US policy in the Middle East and is the recipient of ~3.3 billion dollars sucked out of the US of A each year (plus millions in private aid). “Es ist traurig aber wahr.”

      • K Pomeroy

        In all fairness, at least Trump himself has never called the Russian government a regime, nor advocated an end to Putin’s leadership. But who is Trump against the US-EU deep state? Just one lone man fighting an overwhelming battle.

        • Jake321

          Puppets don’t usually turn on their puppet masters.

      • Jake321

        Serbia might differ with you on that.

        • Aquilegia

          Ummm… participating in other peoples war and bombing one side does not require a lot of effort at all. It is making war on the cheap, some luxury which
          USA today is increasingly running out of.

          The US military is not built for real large scale war, nor do they have a stomach for one. So far for decades and decades they have warred through proxies, another luxury which they do not have any more. Another thing is that European NATO countries have had enough of participating in US wars in MENA region. It is understandable, since every war in MENA always comes back to haunt Europe in a very negative way.

        • Joe Kerr

          Serbia did ok considering what it was up against, and next time the U.S. bombs a Chinese embassy, it’ll be nuked into history.

    • Zarathustra

      He’s certainly a puppet of the elites and a traitor to the people of Britain. Many modern “conservatives” are aren’t very different from the liberals of the 60s, 70s and 80s.

      The Lobby USA (All Episodes): youtu[]be/MnzRsfMqOqI

      theoccidentalobserver[]net/2019/03/24/review-of-richard-storeys-the-uniqueness-of-western-law/
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  • JoeAlpha

    Great Britain threatens Russia and Great Britain today is a 3rd country which is not soo great and not too important in the world. You couldn’t make it up. The UK is a laughing stock of the world today. Ok, if Russia says NO what are you going to do, embargo Russia? send your troops to attack Russia? Inviting all NATO to invade Russia is impossible unless we are all tired of living in the world and want to die. Oh my God, look at the mighty British troops that have arrived … Russia will die laughing … LOL

  • Tommy Jensen

    Exactly what I have recommended.
    Russia should stop gobbling land masses and gold, give back Crimea to Pentagon its historical owners, stop pouring gasoline all over ME supporting ISIS, and stop turning its back to the International Rules of Usury Order.
    Only if Putins dictatorship regime start taking usury loans from the Bank of England to finance new green world peace, and take Global Green Warming Change more serious than suggesting air condition, we will consider a normalisation of our relationships.
    Otherwise Britains door is closed and Putins regime cannot cross over our doorstep because its a red line!!

    • BMWA1

      If only we had listened to you and the Ginger Prince!

    • Shy Talk

      Tommy lad, I can’t figure out if you’re mad, on medication or just taking the p1ss

      • BMWA1

        The last option

  • sbin

    Boris = yapping toothless yorkie.
    What a international embarrassment that clown is.

  • FlorianGeyer

    Boris, being Boris has just slammed another door for any trade agreement with the largest country on earth and the country with the most naturel resources as well.

    Boris instead wants to continue the British alliance with the morally and financially bankrupt USA. But that’s why Boris wants a slice of Russia of course.

    Boris is not a moron, so he must realise that the UK’s involvement in illegal and brutal wars this century will totally destroy the blood soaked British political system when the public accept what our corrupt and venal leaders have been and are still doing.

    If it takes some British cities to resemble Raqqa before that happens, its sad but perhaps the only way bring out the truth.

    There has been a definite stench of panic in the US and the UK for many months now. Something BIG is in the offing, but what is it ?

    • Ray Douglas

      We in Ireland refer to the Union Jack as the butchers apron given all the Irish blood spilt by the British occupiers.

      • Pave Way IV

        I was just reading about the Great (Potato) Famine. Ireland lost 1/4 of it’s population to starvation, disease or mass emigration – mostly due to psychopathic British landlord bastards? WTF – why didn’t you just kill all of them and their middlemen in 1845, stop exporting your food and take your land back?

        I’m not being critical – I need some practical advice because dual-citizen neocon psychopaths are in the process of doing the same thing here – really soon. Homeless numbers going through the roof and the US will keep exporting food that we won’t be able to afford. I figure it might be a good idea to do something now before the electricity goes off, the food riots start and they begin rounding up Americans for the camps.

        • AM Hants

          Over in England, we were not having a great time. Work houses, illiterate, kids working as chimney sweeps. City of London Crowd took a shine to Ireland, not the people of England. Same City of London crowd who created the IRA, using the same script they use today.

          • Pave Way IV

            That’s what happens when they take away your guns or never let you have them to begin with. The ruling elite are simply indifferent to unarmed voters. They need to be kept in a constant state of fear of being Mussolini’d, otherwise elected officials quickly become useless, exploitative and feel somehow entitled to their privilege.

          • AM Hants

            I was watching ‘Hilary’ s America’, with interest. Especially when they tried to ban guns, when the Dems created the KKK. It was so people of colour could not use arms when the KKK came calling.

        • Ray Douglas

          The so-called famine was in fact a genocide committed by Britain. There were more British soldiers stationed in Ireland than there was in the entire Indian sub-continent. Food was removed by force by the British army and exported while Irish people died of starvation. That is not a famine, that is genocide.

          • Pave Way IV

            Damn Brits! That’s were the U.S. learned it’s Starvation/Genocide as Foreign Policy tricks, and then we took it to the next level. We still use those today whenever possible, but we call them sanctions – it sounds less evil that way. Honestly, I don’t think anyone is fooled.

      • FlorianGeyer

        I began to realise this in 1974 ish. It was a shock of trust in government history at the time.

        • AM Hants

          Took me till 2014 to wake up and start questioning.

          Back in 1974, remember one suspect package drama at school. Usual evacuation and we were all assembled in the playground.

          We had an idiot for a headmaster, who forced my brother’s friend, to go and stand by suspect package, down in the spinney, till the b*mb squad arrived. Fortunately it wasn’t live or volatile.

          • FlorianGeyer

            The Headmaster should have done that himself if he deemed it to be a Health and Safety Issue for others to approach the package :)

          • AM Hants

            He was a seriously weird and arrogant moron. Should never have been in the profession. Must admit hated the school and arrived knowing a lot more than when I left.

            Ironically, I wear the scars of the spinney on my knee. Taking the mickey out of one of the boys, who tapped my shoulder. Well, turned into Wonder Woman, as I flew through the woodland, Too fast for the nettles to touch me, before doing a triple somersault over the stage. The crowd with me were speachless when I got up and rejoined them. Teacher on first aid duty was cheesed off I interrupted his lunch break and could not understand why the hospital wanted me attending three times a week. I could not bend the knee for three months and without crutches, it was like being cast in a Monty Python script. Seriously weird school

          • FlorianGeyer

            Knee injuries are slow to heal, I agree.
            I have suffered that twice. Not as bad as yours though.

          • AM Hants

            It was comedy central. The teacher knew he had messed up, but, refused to accept he was at fault. He assumed I just needed a vaccine, despite no skin on my knee and the bone being visable. The doctor wanted it scrubbed and cleaned regularly and when I said I could not bend it, after 3 months, he asked if it was because it hurt. Not sure how to answer that one. The people with me, who saw the accident understood why it was a mess. I still laugh at how I tried to walk, up, out, side, together and crawling upstairs whilst dragging the injured leg. Pure Monty Python, for so many reasons.

          • FlorianGeyer

            There are good and bad doctors in the real world as we realise, with many in between. Its the same with vets.
            The problems that arise from inappropriate treatment though are more often than not, filed in the box labelled ‘ We will learn from our mistakes. Nothing to see here, move on .’

          • AM Hants

            I could write a trilogy on it all, with a lot of comedy thrown in and that was one of many stories. A school friends mother, was laughing at a funeral, with me. Saying, that whenever I was popping round for a sleepover, the first thing she would tell her husband, ‘Anne-Marie’ s coming for the weekend. Put some petrol in the car as no doubt we will be driving her to A&E’. For some reason, she always got it right, haha.

          • FlorianGeyer

            Some men might say that you were safer to be classified in the :- ‘Better to borrow than to own category’, AM :)

            Just the medical care alone would be an issue. :)

          • AM Hants

            Looking back on those times, compare them to today and screams black and white. So much wrong and yet cannot blame just one sector. Do actually feel, just getting on with it as a learning curve was mentally the best way of dealing with things, then looking at life with professional victim status on your shoulders. Besides, it helped develop my sense of humour, which I would never swap. There was a serious amount of comedy that went with my teenage years haha.

          • FlorianGeyer

            A sense of humour with the ability to laugh at oneself is an important part of having a happier life, I think. We all have regrets, setbacks etc, and bouncing back is a fantastic attribute to have.

            The Greta Thunberg mentality must be hell on earth and all too many social justice warriors and eco warriors are of this ilk.

          • AM Hants

            Must admit, without laughter or humour, would have flatlined years ago, courtesy boredom. Would never trade places, as a 16 year old, to be a stooge of Soros and full of the negativity of Little Greta. How did she get to Davos?

          • FlorianGeyer

            With Huskies I would think, AM.

          • AM Hants

            Poor Huskies.

          • FlorianGeyer

            They will be ok as the helicopter that delivers Greta’s food also brings the dogs food . The dogs all get a ‘We helped save the world ‘badge as well.

            The ironic aspect to all of this, is the fact that a nuclear war with the US and Russia will make the world a lot colder for a decade or more. And after that most humans would be dead anyway.

            Trumps solution to Global Warming :)

          • AM Hants

            LOL, with regards the Trump script to win the game. Plus, out of order, owing to the fact that she is just a kid, but, guess the dogs eat the same as the b*tches or do they?

            Whenever I see her face, I automatically think of Nanzi Girl, together with Sissi Spacek, in ‘Carrie’. Whist I vomit like Linda Blair, aka ‘Exorcist’ version.

          • FlorianGeyer

            Gretas father has been exposed writing and posting on her Social Media account(s).

            She is obviously a very troubled child and using her to front a quasi political agenda is akin to child abuse in my book.

            In a sense, she is no different to the ISIS kids we have seen killing on demand of adults. The enthusiasm of a child is not something to take advantage of.

          • AM Hants

            Actually, you saying about the ISIS kids, do you remember the girl that turned up in Turkey, who could not speak English, was only 7 and yet her written English, was worthy of English speaking academic. Funny that.

            Aren’t the parents actors and doesn’t Soros provide her security? Crisis Actors – and no doubt you will find wee Greta’s portfolio amongst them.

          • FlorianGeyer

            I do, remember . Perhaps her written English had some help from the ex MI6 operative who founded the White Helmets?

            He operated out of Turkey. What a pity he died without starring in a White Helmet amateur video of him flying out of a window :)

          • Pave Way IV

            Sorry, AM – I’m American, therefore not a native ‘English’ English speaker. What on earth does “down in the spinney” mean?

          • AM Hants

            Haha, sorry, it was a woodland area in the school grounds. I am going back to around 1973. Can you imagine the hysteria if that happened today? MY brother’s mate was not even a trouble maker, but, HIS FATHER WAS A uni Professor and the headmaster was a legend in his own ego and no doubt riddled with envy.

    • Vitex

      Maybe the Iranians have the bomb?

      • FlorianGeyer

        There is certainly something spooking the US and UK. Russia is bringing the officially ‘edited’ OPCW Douma report to be scrutinised at the UN very soon. :)

        Boris was quick to bring the infantile Scripal affair back into the US/UK ‘Russia Bad’ narrative as well. The OPCW report at the time stated that the ‘OPCW’ found what Porton Down found’ without stating what the OPCW found :)
        BZ or Fuck all springs to mind.

        • AM Hants

          They are holding an UNSC meeting today, concerning OPCW report. Hope it includes what they left out.

          • FlorianGeyer

            I looked at the RT news segment earlier with coverage of the OPCW affair in the UN. All the US and UK could do was Huff and Puff that they both supported the fraudulent published OPCW report.

            I doubt that the proceedings in full will be shown the light of day in the UK :)

          • AM Hants

            Karen Pierce and dread to think what she came out with, whilst representing us in the UN? Was it worth viewing?

          • FlorianGeyer

            She and the US representative were sitting side by side and both obviously defended the corrupted report, but not very effectively.

            It was important though to have this debate in the UN and on camera.
            The OPCW ‘investigation ‘ into the Scripal fairytale can now be reexamined I would think.

            Boris’s chest thumping bluster the other day was likely connected to the expected forthcoming exposure of the OPCW corruption at the top.

          • AM Hants

            Must admit, do try to ignore Boris. There is so much anti venim flowing through my veins at present.

            Karen Pierce, reminds me of a fortune teller you would find onan old seaside pier. Plus, cannot handle listening to her. Must try and watch the video, to check out the common sense of those who are not following the script.

          • FlorianGeyer

            Its easy for the US and UK government staff to knowingly lie through their teeth, as they have no self respect as they climb the greasy pole to a bigger pension.

            However, political appointees rarely make good actors, and telling obsequious lies to please their controllers is a difficult thing to do when the cameras are recording every twitch and blink, that these days will be available on line for many years.

            If only Ms Pierce had the same morals as the OPCW scientists who have proved that the Douma attack was a US/UK fabrication. A fabrication that you and I, along with others, recognised as soon as we saw the White Helmet propaganda videos. When I looked up at the ceiling from the canister on the bed, I immediately thought ‘there is no way that fell from the sky through a reinforced concrete roof and landed on the bed’. :)

  • MikeH

    The UK is a lost cause

  • K Pomeroy

    This is third hand. We don’t know for sure Boris Johnson really said this. His words may have been twisted. I’ll be looking for confirmation. But if Johnson really did call Putin’s government a “regime”, that makes Johnson the blindest most hawkish ignoramus in European leadership.

    • AM Hants

      Remember Boris was Foreign Secretary, in charge of intelligence, when the Steele Dossier was being written and also when Julia Skripal came to the UK. Remember when he was a guest of the Kremlin, he laid a wreath on the bridge where Nemstov died, in memory to his good friend Bill Browder’s mate.

  • Vitex

    Boris is a lot like Winston Churchill – propped up by old money and not much good

    • Zarathustra

      Is isn’t drunk enough, probably less intelligent too. Although Boris has admitted to drug use (cocaine).

      Winston Churchill, a Drunken Homicidal Psychopath: bitchute[]com/video/oLZR1cX9a4Gu/

      • Vitex

        He should be remembered as a war criminal for the Gallipoli fiasco as much as for the senseless bombing of German civilians during WW2…

  • Assad must stay

    Who cares about you or needs you boris???? The UK had its time and its over now, go away and just f off already

  • Joe Kerr

    Rothschild’s other lapdog is still smarting over Putin’s successful intervention in Syria, thus ending forever zion’s dream of an eretz Schitrael.

    • Pave Way IV

      You haven’t been watching closely enough, Joe. They will NEVER give up, and no price is too high to pay (Rothschilds’ banks can always print more money or simply confiscate it from the peons).

      The partition of Syria and subjugation/exploitation of the resulting weak statelets plan by the Khazar Mafia was – at best – temporarily interrupted for now. They’ll resume it later or replace it with an even more evil scheme. And that’s in addition to dozens of other active parallel efforts to those exact same ends.

      Russia, itself, is in the crosshairs for partition and subjugation/exploitation. Again, only temporarily interrupted during the Khazar’s post-Soviet pillaging of Russian assets. Imagine how much hand-wringing has been going on over the thought of all that gold that Russia has stashed away! All they have to do is figure out how to kill the 145 million Russians guarding that gold. Correction: figure out how to get the US and NATO to kill 145 million Russians. Kind of like the way we’re kicking ass in Afghanistan and Syria – we’re clearly unstoppable.

      • AM Hants

        Bio-chemical labs in Ukraine and Georgia, with full diplomatic immunity and advertising for Russian DNA, so comes to mind.

        • Pave Way IV

          Yeah. I wonder what ever happened with the creepy U.S. “Russian men’s ankle tendon tissue” project? Bioweapons aimed at defeating the Russian Olympic Hockey team?

          • AM Hants

            You cannot believe the evil they come up with. Just glad people are now finding out.

  • Porya takes his salo with gorilka.

    Simple.