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Kerry’s stern warning to Putin: U.S. ‘not seeking confrontation’

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By Doug Powers  •  March 5, 2014 01:12 PM

**Written by Doug Powers

In this quote that comes via Doug Ross, Secretary of State John Kerry is really turning the screws on Putin:

Speaking to reporters in Kiev, Secretary of State John Kerry criticized Russian President Vladimir Putin for moving military forces into Ukraine, but specifically said the U.S. was not seeking confrontation.

“President Obama and I want to make it clear to Russia and to everybody in the world that we are not seeking confrontation,” he said, reminding Russia that there was a better way to ensure their interests in Ukraine.

Russian officials, Kerry suggested, should take their concerns to the United Nations instead of invading Ukraine.

Kerry is now on step three in the DEBUG System for dealing with bullies.

In order to get Kerry to talk tougher he’ll need to be reminded of the carbon footprint of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

If that doesn’t work, Kerry is expected to threaten Putin with the dreaded “comfy chair.”

**Written by Doug Powers

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