Questions You Should be Asking the World Around You
A lot of good things are happenning. If we look past the rightstream and leftstream media, we will find that there is a lot of interest in improving US-Russia relations.
We’re really being bombarded by a lot of negativity by the deepstate and their proxies such as the NYtimes and the Washington Post. At the same time, there is the extra layer of scum that is the alternate news that will do all it has been mandated to do to prevent peace talks from happening. But if we look past that, if we look at normal people, the ones who don’t have any sort of affiliation with news companies, we’re going to find that there is a very strong desire for improved relations between Russia and the US.
The one thing that I’ve learned through years of handling and participating in disputes is that, every discussion starts off with both sides using accusatory measures. These are the grievances expressed by either side arguing a topic, and that is normal. You lay the groundwork for what needs to be fixed, and sometimes you can’t help but feel aggravated saying them. The good negotiators sit through all that and they eventually hammer out a deal, while the bad negotiators are always the first to give in to temptation, and lash out with inflammatory rebuttals. Hang on to the words of the good negotiators, because it is their ideas that will prove essential to carving out a roadmap to good US-Russia relations.
Over time, the accusatory tone will fade. That’s how negotiations work. The substance of mutual benefit is always more interesting.
I’ve had arguments with people where I accuse the other person, and the other person accuses me, and it goes round and round in circles, and it doesn’t go anywhere. But when we hammer out a deal, when we see progress being made, we get to go home for the day and we resume more negotiations the following morning. The sleep in between is where we dream of fantastic scenarios to help solve our disputes.
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