Jun 19, 2012 by RussiaToday
Presidents Vladimir Putin and Barack Obama have pledged commitment to solving Syria diplomatically, and preventing civil war there. The deadlock in the Middle East was just one issue the two heads discussed on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Mexico. A former member of the Reagan administration says no matter what Obama tells Putin in person - the U.S. President is just one link in a long chain of foreign policy makers.
When Obama spoke, the pool report said Putin mostly starred downward, and made no eye contact with Obama. Syria was the last topic broached by the U.S. president. Putin “sat expressionless during this part of Mr. Obama’s statement,” according to a pool report. “He bit his lip and stared down at the floor.”
The leaders released a 1,600-word statement after their meeting touting their cooperation on everything from the Iranian nuclear showdown to worldwide nonproliferation efforts.
But that effort belied the chill between the two. thehill.com/blogs/global-affairs/un-treaties/233401-chill-in-the-air-as-president-putin-put-a-gloss-on-summit
A highly disturbing report prepared by the Foreign Ministry on yesterdays nearly 3 ½ hour meeting between President’s Putin and Obama at the G-20 Summit in Mexico states that Russia’s leader was “shocked” after he told the US leader that America’s Middle East policies were bringing the world to brink of total war to which Obama replied…“I don’t care, maybe that’s what we all need anyway.”The context of this meeting, this report says, was an airing of both sides about the crisis situations involving the Middle East (Syria and Iran) and the pending implosion of the Eurozone, both of which contain the “seeds” of a global catastrophe not seen since the dark days of the 1930’s that led up to World War II.
Putin, this report continues, castigated Obama for fomenting chaos throughout the Middle East by assisting and allowing radical Muslim forces to take control of many nations including Tunisia, Libya, Morocco, Yemen and Egypt while at the same time supporting this regions most brutal and despotic regimes of Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and all of the other Gulf area monarchies which refuse their people freedoms.
Putin further was enraged at Obama, this report says, by the West’s constant beating of “war drums” through the use of outright propaganda designed to inflame the American and Western publics into supporting a global war against those Middle Eastern nations that have moved against the US Dollar and include Iraq, Libya, Syria andIran. whatdoesitmean.com/index1588.htm