Edited by Desi Tzoneva
Hillary Clinton keeps accusing her presidential race rival, Donald Trump, of supporting Vladimir Putin. She continues to demonise the Russian President and his political course. However, Clinton’s efforts seem to produce the opposite result. By attacking Putin, the global Anglo-Saxon elites help Russia change the world.
The US Democratic Party Candidate actively uses Putin’s name in her 2016 US presidential election campaign. Trump is constantly blamed for good feelings towards Russia and its President. The Democrats consider this to be a deadly sin in American voters’ eyes.
The Democratic Party establishment does not believe that a considerable part of the American society does not support a confrontation with Putin. Thus, the liberals keep playing the Putin-card and add new evil traits to his image. Thus, Clinton called the Russian President “the grand godfather of extreme nationalism” in one of her speeches in Nevada. She needed to show that Trump was not an appropriate candidate for the US Presidential position, and traditionally mentioned his connection with Putin. As Trump had recently shared a stage with Nigel Farage, leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) and one of the most active Brexit supporters, Clinton decided to unite them all in one group of “nationalist” forces.
“Farage has called for a bar on the children of legal immigrants from public schools and health services, has said women – and I quote – are “worth less than men,” and supports scrapping laws that prevent employers discriminating based on race.”
“That’s who Donald Trump wants by his side when he’s addressing an audience of American voters… And the grand godfather of this global brand of extreme nationalism is Russian President, Vladimir Putin.”
It is obvious that Clinton is attempting to influence voters from national minority groups by depicting Putin and Farage as white racists and to portray Trump as their agent in America.
Accusing Trump of radical nationalism will not bring Clinton any additional points in the presidential campaign. It is useless to frighten white Americans with nationalism because many of them want it. The national minorities, on the other hand, do not believe that the US establishment really cares about their rights.
The US presidential elections of 2016 show the real contradictions between the two parts of the American elite. One of them consists of the ruling globalist elite, which is the part of the global Anglo-Saxon establishment, and the other one is the local national elite. In other words, the fight is between the followers of a supranational empire (Clinton) and the followers of a national independent country (Trump).
Thus, Clinton has declared Putin as the “godfather” of the main globalists’ enemy – which is “the radical nationalism.” She states that Putin stands behind all forces opposing the Anglo-Saxon supranational empire. Putin supports Farage, therefore, he stands behind Brexit as well.
All these statements made by Clinton may be a part of the rhetoric for her election campaign. However, during the last several years, the supranational elite has continued to alarm the world about “the Russian expansion to the Western World.” The globalists claim that Putin controls all the separatists, nationalists and Euro-skepticists. According to their statements, the Russian President possesses enough power to rule the world. In fact, Russia does support the resistance of nations against the globalist empire, although the Russian President is far from being a super powerful manipulator as he is described by Clinton. The current Russian policy meets Russian national interests – to maintain and to strengthen the independent Russian civilization. All nations in the world have the same interests. Putin is not in charge of this process. By helping herself, Russia helps other nations to maintain their identity. The more Clinton accuses Putin of being a leader of her enemies, the better it is for Russia.