Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin accused the United States of wanting “to spoil us always and in all.” So the politician in his microblog on Twitter commented published in the journal of The New York Times article dedicated to the question “how to deal with Putin’s Russia.”
“Judging by the material in the NYT, Americans see their mission to spoil us everywhere and in everything”, — Rogozin wrote.
Dmitry Rogozin (@Rogozin)
August 12, 2017, 05:36
The article of the former head of the FBI, John McLaughlin written on the basis of his impressions about the trip to Russia in the fall of 2016. In it, in particular, argues that the United States “cannot allow” Moscow to act on its own.
“In Russia today the question is what he wants [President] Vladimir Putin, because in all the serious Affairs dictates and commands it. And his purpose is clear: total domination inside the country; a powerful impact on its neighbors; the weakening of Western institutions such as NATO and the European Union, and “great” influence in key regions like the Middle East,” — says the former head of the CIA.
In April 2017, Rogozin said that a group of U.S. senators offering to create a hybrid Tribunal for Syria in the United States, suffers from “paranoid exceptionalism”. This, according to him, “leads not only to impunity, but also to the manic desire of all to teach, to judge and to punish.”