Bribe’m Biden’s chickens are still coming home to roost.
After all, the president has curious said nothing of substance regarding rather disturbing developments in the geopolitical sphere, all of which seem to be occurring after Hamas’s very suspiciously timed attack.
And these developments include the massive reaffirmation of relations between Russia, China, and North Korea.
Russian President Vladimir Putin himself sailed into China just days ago, grinning widely, as the terrorist attack in Israel has clearly diverted global attention from his continued onslaught of Ukraine.
Putin has barely ventured out of Russia since the war began, and the fact he’s confident to put on such a public face in China speaks volumes.
Considering that Biden won’t do anything real against his Chinese masters.
They’ve paid him and Hunter too much.
Within two days of Putin touching down in China, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov also soared to North Korea, where the two nations continued their anti-American plots.
Of course, both nations had nothing but glowing things to say about one another.
“After the historic summit between President Putin and Chairman of State Affairs Kim Jong Un at the Vostochny Cosmodrome … we can confidently say that the relations have reached a qualitatively new strategic level,” Lavrov proudly declared.
“A qualitatively new strategic level.” Yeah. A “level” that has clearly been magnified since Biden, rather than Trump, is in power.
Lavrov also bragged about North Korea’s complete complicity in Russia’s war in Ukraine, emphasizing the total “solidarity” between the two nations.
“We are fully aware that many countries worldwide share similar viewpoints and assessments, but only a select few, such as (North Korea), explicitly declare their solidarity with Russia and can express it openly,” Lavrov added.
The Russian minister also bragged about “unwavering and principled support” shared between nations, which of course includes the sharing of weapons, intelligence, and other tools used to destroy innocent individuals.
North Korean Foreign Minister Choe Sun Hui also bragged about that “unbreakable comradely relationship” between Russia and the hostile Asian nation, both of whom eagerly welcome the downfall of the United States.
A downfall that Beijing directly invested in over the course of several years in its “business dealings” with the Biden brigade.
Troublingly, relations between Russia and North Korea have significantly escalated on the public front in recent months.
In September, so-called “Supreme Leader” Kim Jong Un ventured out of North Korea for the first time since the pandemic, travelling to (where else?) Russia, on a supposedly bullet-proof train.
Putin and Kim apparently waxed poetically about their “sacred fight” against the West, sounding awfully similar to more than one pro-Islamic extremism group.
The same kind of groups that just struck Israel in a mass terrorist attack, as well as a Christian hospital right in Gaza.
Little surprise that the deepening union of both nations emerges hot on the heels of a Hamas terrorist attack.
Author: Ofelia Thornton