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Joe Biden Demands Vladimir Putin Be Removed from Power | Wow!

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on March 27, 2022

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💭 My Note: A couple of days ago Joe Biden Called Putin a ‘War criminal’ now he is demanding the Russian President to be removed from power. Give a dog a bad name and hang him – Listen to Hey, Hey, what do you say?!

But there is no problem for President Biden to Make a ‘Candid’ Phone Call to The Real War Criminal Abiy Ahmed Ali of Ethiopia. He is even sending especial envoys every other month to Ethiopia where real brutal genocide is taking place.

💭 President Joe Biden called Russian President Vladimir Putin a “war criminal” during a White House event.

US President Joe Biden has labeled Vladimir Putin a ‘war criminal’ over Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. We wish he would have said the same to the obvious war criminal Abiy Ahmed Ali of Ethiopia – to the real monster War Criminal who was able by the international community to Massacre 500,000 Christians in one Year!

In fact, always ‘gravely concerned’ Joe Biden sends special envoys to Ethiopia every other month, to chat and drink Ethiopian coffee with this genocidal ‘C.I.A’ monster. Isn’t it obvious by now that war criminal Abiy Ahmed Ali and his fascist Oromo regime work for the western and Middle Eastern Arab powers?! Yes, they need him so that he could help them out to exterminate ancient Christians of Ethiopia. Mind boggling, isn’t it?!

👉 Biden is suffering from dementia – he needs to step down and retire

Biden is the reason why this mess happened in the first place

President Joe Biden demanded that Russian President Vladimir Putin be removed from power in a dramatic speech in Warsaw, Poland, on Saturday.

“For God’s sake, this man cannot remain in power,” Biden cried out at the conclusion of his speech. “God bless you all and may God defend our freedom.”

It is unclear whether Biden’s comment was part of his prepared remarks.

The president repeatedly called out Putin directly, with disdain in his voice, taunting him for his failure to take over Ukraine.

“Notwithstanding the brutality of Vladimir Putin, let there be no doubt that this war has already been a strategic failure for Russia,” Biden said.

He signaled solidarity with the Ukrainian people, praising them for proving Putin wrong.

“Putin thought Ukrainians would roll over and not fight. Not much of a student of history,” he said. “Instead, Russian forces have met their match with brave and stiff Ukrainian resistance.”

But Biden warned Europe they would need to stay united to defeat Putin.

“This battle will not be won in days, or months either. We need to steel ourselves for a long fight ahead,” he said.

He also called out Putin for lying about Ukraine and his decision to invade.

“Putin has the gall to say he’s denazifying Ukraine,” he said. “It’s a lie. It’s just cynical. He knows that. And it’s also obscene.”

He also condemned Putin for his “war of choice” against Ukraine, accusing him of “using brute force and disinformation to satisfy [his] craving for power and control.”

“Putin has the audacity, like all our autocrats before him, to believe that might will make right,” he continued.

Biden boasted of the success of his economic sanctions to punish Russia for their invasion.

He celebrated that many American businesses had left Russia completely, “from oil companies to McDonalds.”

“As a result of these unprecedented sanctions, the ruble almost is immediately reduced to rubble,” he said.

He praised Ukraine and Europe for their resistance against Putin during the first month of the war, but warned it was critical to stay united.

Biden began his speech in Poland recalling Pope John Paul II’s famous 1979 speech during his visit to his native Poland, which sparked the solidarity movement in the country. which ultimately defeated communism.

He tried to connect the fight against communism with the fight against Putin, talking about the generational battle the free world faced with autocrats and dictators like Putin.

“We stand with you. Period,” he said in a message to the Ukrainian people.

The president also spoke about visiting with Ukrainian refugees in Warsaw and interacting with some of the children.

“I saw tears in many of the mothers’ eyes as I embraced them… I didn’t have to speak the language to feel the emotion in their eyes, the way they gripped my hand. The little kids hung onto my leg,” he recalled.

Biden said American troops were sent to bolster the defense of Poland and the NATO nations, not to fight Russians in Ukraine.

“It’s Vladimir Putin who is to blame,” Biden said. “Don’t even think about moving onto one single inch of NATO territory. We have a sacred obligation under Article 5 to defend each and every inch of NATO territory.”


👉 Biden is slammed for his ‘unscripted’ declaration that Putin ‘cannot remain in power’: Experts fear ‘off-the-cuff’ remark will escalate tensions


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