Sometimes The United States Needs To Join The Enemy To Defeat A Bigger Enemy

Hillary Clinton , the Democrats and the media have been mocking Donald Trump of late for wanting to establish some friendship of sorts with the Russian President Vladimir Putin. Hillary is trying to make it seem like Trump doesn’t know who the enemy is; I guess she forgot while she was secretary of State she allowed the Russians to take over most of our uranium reserves. I believe most of the American people understand that Trump’s motives in building some kind of understanding with Putin is too not have some kind of misunderstanding of severe consequences that could trigger an all out war. This is not something that has not happened before in Russian-American relations to defeat the enemy. Russia and the United States can do the same thing together today in defeating ISIS.

The following was published by The History Place, “The Defeat of Hitler.” “For Hitler, declaring war on America would prove to be his biggest political mistake of the war – a truly lethal blunder. With the stroke of a pen he had greatly reduced the odds of Nazi Germany’s survival. The Führer now had to contend with three principal opponents – America, Britain and Russia – whose combined reservoir of manpower and total war production capacity dwarfed Nazi Germany – at a time when Germany had already lost a quarter of all troops and many thousands of tanks and planes on the Russian Front.”

We all must remember that at the time of the war Russia was a communist nation since 1917. Also the Premier of the Soviet Union Joseph Stalin (Dictator) ruled by terror and millions of his own citizens died during his brutal reign. With this history of Stalin plus being a communist nation in which both conditions went against American principles President Franklin Roosevelt realized that to defeat Nazi Germany and Hitler an alliance with Britain, France and Russia had to be formed together and that’s how the allies were able to defeat Nazi Germany.

I have read a previous post where Putin of Russia asked Obama for the two countries to get together and defeat ISIS. There was an opportunity that Obama squandered like he does everything else in the Middle East and Syria and what comes to mind naturally is Obama’s famous by now of drawing the line in regard if President Bashar al-Assad of Syria was ever caught using chemical weapons which eventually Assad did and Obama did nothing about it and that was the beginning of the United States losing face in the Middle East and around the world.

Obama’s argument to not joining Putin in destroying ISIS is the fact that Putin supports keeping Assad in power and the United States doesn’t. Just like when Russia and the United States became allies in World War II with all the shortcomings of Stalin the diplomatic experts must put temporary the issue of Assad aside and join forces to defeat ISIS. Obama can make all the excuses he wants of not joining Russia on this issue but you see Obama has two problems, number one he has a yellow streak going up and down his spine and the other is he will never kill fellow Muslims. What do I mean by that? You know very well what I mean by that and so does Obama


4 comments on “Sometimes The United States Needs To Join The Enemy To Defeat A Bigger Enemy

  1. Rifleman III says:

    Reblogged this on and commented:
    Saudis do not want that gasline from Iran running through Syria. It would knock out a sizable portion of petroleum profits of Saudi Arabia. Saudis have pumped untold number of dollars and perhaps other perks, to US politicians. The Russian Federation forming a new alliance with Turkey, now has people scrambling as that could yield additional energy assets to the RF, increasing marketability to the EU. The US has begun increasing LPG/LNG sales to the EU, but are a day late and a dollar short, plus the prices cannot compete with the RF unless, there are subsidies from the US taxpayers.

    • johnapappas says:

      The Middle East are just a bunch of bad actors and as we see they will use the pumping of oil to each others best interest’s. The United States has never gone for spoils from war and we have been put into this battle because of 9/11 and now it has reached almost daily proportions of being attacked on our mainland. ISIS must be stopped at all costs even if eventually we will have no choice but to do it ourselves. Obama has put us in this position because he doesn’t even want to use the term radical Islamic terrorists which means he doesn’t want to do anything about securing our safety which I will say is treasonous in the first degree.

      • Rifleman III says:

        Most of the Middle East and Persian Gulf nations are cunning, and deal only in Bad Faith.
        Best to go second fiddle to the Russian Federation, if we are to win anything. Here’s something that’s been on my mind, how do we trust the French, who have been wanting to get back into Syria, but wants everyone else to bleed for it, and, I don’t care what anyone says, I do not trust the Turkish government. Look at history, the Turks never could be trusted.
        We, America, have some heavy-duty problems going full rolling boil in that entire region.

        • johnapappas says:

          I am of Greek-American descent so I know all about the Turks. Whatever the case may be it all come’s back about our homeland and if they do something of grave magnitude here all I can see in the future is some big flat parking lots being established in the Middle East by the United States. Mark my words, it will come to that because Obama did not deal with the problem early on.

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