Russia and China: the Stuff of American Nightmares

China willing to promote all-round cooperation with Russia: premier

The Dragon is scary enough to give America nightmares


but imagine what a Dragon AND a Bear can do working in tandem! Why they could see our sanctions against Russia and raise us  the US sovereign debt to China. They could see our T(rans)P(acific)P(artnership) and raise us the Eurasian Economic Union (Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and next Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan for starters) and the Caspian Sea Agreement (Russia, Azerbaijan, Iran, Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan). 

Russia-China — a bear dragon from Hell is what haunts our nightmares: 

Worst of all, however, is what transpired today during the visit of the Chinese premier, Li, in Russia.

China is willing to further materialize all-round and in-depth exchange and cooperation with Russia, visiting Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said here [Moscow] Monday.

China and Russia are each other’s biggest neighbors, with profound traditional friendship, Li said at a meeting with Sergei Naryshkin, speaker of the Russian State Duma, or the lower house of parliament.

Noting that Chinese President Xi Jinping and his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, have held several successful meetings since last year, Li said the China-Russia comprehensive strategic partnership of coordination manifests itself not only in the high-level mutual political trust, but in the increasingly broad and deep economic and trade cooperation as well as cultural and people-to-people exchanges.

China, Li said, supports the two countries’ legislatures expanding exchanges and cooperation, promoting China-Russia friendship, and actively boosting bilateral practical cooperation, so as to lay a solid foundation of public opinion for the long-term development of both nations.

For his part, Naryshkin noted that Russia and China firmly support each other on issues concerning national independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity.

The two sides closely coordinate with each other on international affairs to steadfastly safeguard global peace, stability and development, he said.

The Russia-China relationship is the most important priority in Moscow’s foreign policy, Naryshkin said, adding that Russia is willing to further deepen the comprehensive strategic partnership of coordination between the two countries.

The State Duma, he said, is ready to enhance exchanges and cooperation with the National People’s Congress, China’s national legislature, and play an active role in promoting the development of bilateral relations.

Russia, China and Iran? Can we afford to allow them to gang up? Something must be done. Maybe a flare-up in Chechnya, more serious trouble in Hong Kong, and the “Khorasan” boys must be groomed faster for Iran. But hurry, Uncle Sam, hurry. Look, the BRICS are putting a hex on the ailing dollar:

They are all the stuff of bad dreams but the Dragon and the Bear are the worst.

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