Final Loser Will Be U.S.: Commentary
Kim Myong Chol, a commentator of the international studies, released a commentary "Final loser will be the United States" on Saturday, whose full text reads as follows:
The issue of Ukraine has now been denatured, with security issue suddenly turning into a "human rights issue".
The U.S. and the West media are splashed with horrible headlines like "group slaughter" and "massacre of civilians" while their politicians tout "punishment of war criminal" and call for "ratcheting up sanctions" and "offering arms assistance".
This reminds one of "a guilty party filing the suit first".
The U.S. and the western countries are the mastermind of aggression who caused violence, war, humanitarian disaster and instability in different parts of the world including former Yugoslavia, Afghanistan and Iraq and mercilessly murdered millions of innocent civilians.
It is, absolutely, illogical and an insult to human rights that such countries style themselves the "guardian of civilians".
The "war criminal act" much touted by the U.S. and the western countries is the product of a political-motivated plot carefully planned and coordinated as part of their psychological conspiracy to defame the external prestige of Russia and thus achieve the "collapse of its regime".
Muddy spring will have muddy streams. What the U.S. politicians, who are accustomed to internal squabble, do outside of their country is only to interfere in the domestic affairs of other countries and readily wield a club of sanctions.
The latest story is the U.S. chief executive who spoke ill of the Russian president with groundless data.
A president has to know how much each of his or her words would weigh and what effect it will have in the world political arena.
Calling the head of a sovereign state a "war criminal" and a "murderous dictator" for no justifiable and confirmed reason and to assert he must be ousted from power is an insult to the other nation and clear infringement of sovereignty.
Such reckless remarks can be made only by the descendants of Yankees, master hand at aggression and plot-breeding.
Perhaps, the trouble was caused by him reading a script which his aides prepared beforehand, worrying about the president known for his repeated slip of tongue.
If not, the conclusion could be that there is a problem in his intellectual faculty and that his reckless remarks are just a show of imprudence of an old man in his senility.
Given that his subordinates had a hard time to redeem his misstatements, the latter seems true.
No wonder his subordinates begged him not to answer any questions of journalists, finding it hard to handle the follow-up with their president disgraced as a "slipper of tongue."
A big question is if he could ever have done anything right with such IQ during his florid 50-year political career.
Gloomy, it seems, is the future of the U.S. with such a feeble man in power.
Anyhow, the U.S. is currently fighting a losing battle.
It is now dreaming of hitting the jackpot in the Ukrainian crisis, much like how it profited by fishing in troubled waters in the past two world wars. And it is desperately engrossed in pressure and sanctions mode to eliminate countries hindering its rise to hegemony.
But sanctions are not the omnipotent means and the U.S. and the Western countries do not represent the whole world.
Besides the U.S. and the West, there are a number of countries in the world with whom sincere and full-fledged cooperation based on equal and friendly relationship can be possible.
The U.S. "sanctions" and "human rights" campaign against other countries will only bind its own hands and feet and reveal its unethical crimes to backfire on itself in the end.
The Ukrainian crisis is just the one of the U.S. and the final loser will be the U.S.