President Nixon deserves a write-up of his own. He was one of the early supporters of the China Lobby and the emigre populations. He was a friend to Chiang Kai Shek and Yaroslav Stetsko. He personally made sure the social fabric of our nation would begin to embrace nationalism. With over 20 years of glad-handing and friendships with nationalist's world-wide, once he got into office, Nixon backed America away from the nationalists and ended the Vietnam war, in spite of his long history with the emigres.
Nixon's China policy infuriated them so much that he feared retribution from them. This is a sitting president of the United States fearing retribution from "anti-communist groups?!!" That alone should give you an idea of how large they had become. Over 100 countries were represented by this group led by Bandera's Stetsko.
Nixon was afraid at the next election cycle they would destroy him by supporting his opponent. The president of the United States walked on eggshells around them after supporting them for over 20 years.
It's true! Cossackia and North Vietnam only exist in Public Law 86-90. Trouble in both countries threatened the peace and stability of the entire world. Our war dead from the Vietnam War are heroes. Soldiers always are.
Neither Cossackia nor North Vietnam should have been enshrined in our law for the past 56 years, but both are. Trouble in both countries was brought to our doorstep thanks to homegrown nationalists in the House and Senate listening to the emigre community. Neither country ever existed, but the people do. Because of the law, both countries are recognized.
If America presses on with the Ukrainian lies, we will be at war with a country that didn't want war with us. The Ukrainian emigres will get what they always wanted, which is an American body count in a war with Russia. They openly state these things, so its time you believed it.
The precedent has been shown in this one war. Does it need to be shown again in the one that preceded it? How about the ones that followed? It's there. Research the "Middle East Solidarity Council."
As the legal precedent shows, Donbass has been recognized by the United States of America just as North Vietnam was. Should we dishonor 58,200 families in America by telling them their loved one died fighting in a fictitious country against a people that didn't exist?
The most persuasive nationalist argument is that some people are critical of the law. The reason for this is the glass house argument. Ukraine is a country that didn't exist before Stalin. They reject Stalin. As shown in the Global Research article, all the countries that make up Ukraine want their freedom as the payment they were promised by Bandera.
The final implosion of the Ukrainian nationalists is not worth American time, lives, or tax dollars. Taking part in their war crimes by supporting them will be a very costly economic mistake for those personally involved. Those that hope to duck under lengthy International Criminal Court proceedings should take notice.The Glove Didn't Fit
I don't even need to say a word directly about what that sub-title references. You know already. When the glove didn't fit, the civil suits certainly did. But this time even the glove is a perfect match.
The ICC has no business inside American law proceedings, which are much faster and have a history of dealing with large-scale class action suits. This will undoubtedly be the proper venue given the list of Federal laws that have been broken. Since members of both Houses of Congress are also citizens, they may figure out the legal and political fallout fairly quickly.
President Obama, it is the honor of your presidency and your word to recognize the Cossack republics of DNR and LNR. It is as simple as honoring our war dead of Vietnam. US Public law intrinsically ties them both together. I know you didn't have this information before, but now it's in your hands. It's time to stop the crimes of the Poroshenko regime and be the Americans we tell ourselves we are, once again.
"By seeing things as our rulers want them to be rather than as they are, we can justify just about any foreign policy intervention as consistent with our values. This enables the elevation of crony class interest over service to the people ruled. " Michael Collins