Sofia. Picture: Личен архив - Борислав Цеков
The world’s new geopolitical architecture is based on three main pillars, namely the US, China and Russia, said Borislav Tsekov, doctor in constitutional law, founder of the Institute of Modern Politics, familiar with US political processes and supporter of President Trump’s policy, in an interview with Focus News Agency
on the NATO summit. In his words, President Trump aims at establishing an international order based on balance as the fundamental value, combined with competition and mutual respect of interests, rather than based on aggressive “export of democracy” in the Trotskyist manner, “export of revolution”, similarly to the Sorosoids. He further said that the attempts by Tusk and other Eurocrats to explain that the EU was the most important ally to the US were inaccurate. “The most important and loyal allies to the US have always been and will be the UK, Japan and Australia. Not Germany, not France, not the European Commission. NATO in this sense is now more of a burden than a useful tool for US politics. Burden in the most literal sense. US taxpayers pay out of their pockets for the security of the rich West European countries. They are paying so that Berlin, Paris and Brussels fancy themselves as “great” global powers. This is obviously no longer acceptable for the US,” said Borislav Tsekov.
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