The diplomatic positions of the new U.S. administration provide a broad overview of the future policies of the Democratic administration in Washington toward other countries in the world, including those with which Washington has major differences, particularly Russia and Venezuela.
Less than a week after Joe Biden took office in the White House, the new U.S. administration has lifted a corner of the veil on its future approach to countries whose political decisions displease the ruling Democrats.
Prior to Biden’s inauguration, there were no signs that the new administration would be a wise, cautious, self-governing and peace-loving government. However, the initial actions of the ruling Democrats show that not only is this assumption wrong, but it seems that the new U.S. leadership is preparing from the outset to foment coups d’état in countries such as Russia and Venezuela.
The only difference between the old administration and its successor is that Trump and his Secretary of State openly articulated their rhetoric of interference in the affairs of other countries; it is already clear that the Democrats are following the same policy behind the scenes.
The Biden administration’s pursuit of coup policy in other countries
As soon as he arrived at the White House, Joe Biden gave the impetus for the staging of coups d’état in certain countries. U.S. diplomats took the first steps in this area in Russia, for example by inciting Russian citizens to take to the streets in order to challenge the Moscow government. After Alexei Navalny’s return to Russia and his arrest, a number of Russian cities became the scene of anti-government demonstrations. Navalny was one of President Putin’s main critics and wanted to run for the 2018 presidential election in Russia, but was banned from doing so by Moscow due to a previous conviction.
Explicit attempts to stimulate and lead demonstrations in Russia
During the demonstrations, U.S. diplomats in Russia openly attempted to provoke and lead anti-Putin protests.
The spokeswoman of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, revealed Saturday that the U.S. Embassy in Moscow had published on its website the route of demonstrations in Russian cities. “What does this mean? Even the organizers of the demonstrations did not talk about a plan such as a march to the Kremlin. The American partners have to explain themselves on this subject”, the Russian high diplomat emphasized.
In this case, the spokeswoman of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, revealed on Saturday that the U.S. Embassy in Moscow had published on its website the route of the demonstrations in Russian cities. “What does this mean? Even the organizers of the demonstrations did not talk about a plan such as a march to the Kremlin. The American partners have to explain themselves on this subject. “The high Russian diplomat emphasized.
And Zakhorava added: “It was conceivable that if the Russian Embassy in Washington had published a map of the route of the demonstrations in Washington, leading them to the [Capitol] building, Russia’s decision would have angered American politicians and they would have made new threats against Russia and imposed new sanctions against our country. »
The senior Russian official’s comments refer to the act of the U.S. Embassy in Russia which published on its website the “itineraries” of the demonstrations in which opponents of Putin’s government participated on January 23.
Biden clan supports Caracas government opposition leaders
Another example of the interventionism of the new American administration concerns Venezuela. At a Senate hearing on Venezuela a few days ago, Secretary of State-designate Anthony Blinken recognized Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guido as interim President of Venezuela, insisting on the imposition of more effective sanctions against Venezuela.
Adopting an approach similar to that of the Donald Trump administration, he called the legitimate president, Nicolas Maduro, a “savage dictator”.
Blinken also stated that the Biden administration would impose more effective sanctions against Venezuela in the hope of bringing the Biden administration to its knees.
Daech’s recent significant crimes in Iraq coincide with Biden’s rise to power.
Joe Biden’s presidential term coincided with the bloody double suicide bombing in the Iraqi capital Baghdad, which was soon reported in the U.S. media, with the Daech Takfirists once again making headlines.
Most Middle East experts believe that all the crimes committed by Daech’s terrorists on Iraqi soil are an integral part of U.S. conspiracies in the region. Faced with growing pressure from Iraqi legislators demanding the expulsion of U.S. troops from their country, Washington is urging the federal government in Baghdad to fight the uprising of the Iraqi people and is trying to reactivate Daech in Iraq in order to carry out his evil plans.
Observers say that U.S. troops are transmitting military forces and materials from Syria to Iraq through illegal crossings on a daily basis, and that no one can stop them. At the same time, the U.S. military is transferring the high commanders of the terrorist group from the Syrian border to its illegal bases at al-Tanf on the border with Iraq and Jordan.
Produced in a short space of time, such events, which are likely to recur in the coming weeks and months, suggest that there is little difference between a Republican or Democratic administration in the United States; Trump has explicitly shown the true face of America while the Democrats prefer to play behind the scenes.
by Jeremy Abbott – American Correspondent – WPN