Blinken: “Most Americans don’t like to see one big country bullying another” (Don’t laugh)
Yes, yes, don’t laugh, he meant it, the secretary of state of a country that has participated in more than 40 attempts at regime change since the end of the Second World War, belonging to a club of rich countries that his Its motto is “if you touch one of us, you touch us all” and boasts of being the most powerful country in the world. Deep down he has told a truth “the majority”, but the rulers of that majority have ignored them throughout their history.
Despite the tense economic situation, Americans support Washington’s military and financial assistance to Kiev because they “feel bad” when one powerful country intimidates another, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said.
The senior official’s statements were made during an interview this Friday, when asked about the reasons why the White House has decided to spend hundreds of millions of dollars in Ukraine, when in the United States “these are difficult times for the economy,” according to the interlocutor.
“First of all, the taxpayers have been incredibly generous, and we have to make sure that we use their money wisely in Ukraine,” Blinken responded.
He also indicated that he is sure that “most Americans don’t like to see one big country bullying another, they just feel it’s wrong and want to do something about it.”