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The Essential Saker IV: Messianic Narcissism's Agony by a Thousand Cuts
The Essential Saker III: Chronicling The Tragedy, Farce And Collapse of the Empire in the Era of Mr MAGA
Whatever you may think of this man, and no matter his past, he is a patriot, he does what he does for the betterment of his country.
We had individuals like this in the west at some point, where they are now, I have no idea.
They are suffering to death slowly, as they have been ostracized and punished for their integrity and honor.
America is a cruel place for people who aren’t compliant ass-kissers, especially if they don’t have money
Yes you are right.
But in the end the wicked will be dealt with as the house of cards comes tumbling down from its internal rot.
The US is currently like the late Roman Empire – about to implode.
No closer analogy exists.
No! Unlike Trump, Putin considers outside obligations. He promotes the BRICS idea of win-win geopolitics. America promotes America above all others. All other nations can go to hell. He is nothing like the slime emerging from American “democracy”.
no Brasil,Lula está voltando ao palco….
Congratulations yet again Prime minister Putin..
My deepest apologies concerning the whining lap dogs of the so-called EU parliament
asking for your demission etc.,
Really the puppet Joey-Biden dementia must also be an easily transmissible virus..
How supposedly even a few intelligent EU MEPS can sink so low. Though I am sure there were
some abstentions from Irish, Italian and a handful of other MEPs..
Perhaps you could have mentioned that the taboo *black budget* of the CIA is probably larger than
of the Russian armed forces.
Just imagine you have a hearing aid… turn it off when you hear so-called experts, representatives, ministers etc., speaking English … Sign language might be clearer and more polite!!!
We anglo-zionists are the worlds worst losers!!
CIA profits from sales of Afghan heroin amount to 50 billion dollars a year. The US Military Budget is, unofficially, between 1.1 and 1.5 trillion dollars a year. This fact alone will contribute to the financial crash of the US.
The $50bn of profits fund all the off the books ‘black ops’, which are completely beyond congressional oversight.
The CIA is a global organised crime family and anyone who is compos mentis has said so for two decades.
Dear Mr. Putin, please add plus 2-3 billion plus dollars !!!!! of extremely close high-tech military co-operation between Ukraine and Turkey… missile, electronics, frigates and nuclear….
Since at least 2011 and now at full speed..
(EU, NATO, CIA and Langley join the party – free cookies yet again from that bitch Nuland..).
Perhaps the Russian Duma would consider a full boycott of all Turkish products, not just tomatoes, and no Russia tourists to visit Turkey or Israel-Palestine..
Instead they can relax in Tunisia, Morocco, Greece, Sri Lanka etc., with discounted flights from Aeroflot !!
Black Sea region also with state sponsored resort areas..
Therefore, we may sadly conclude that the Ukraine Chernzol soils (best in the world), are still delivering reasonable to bumper harvests for many major crops.
And exported where I wonder!!!
These harvests with full support from Monsanto and Dupont etc., with GMO and the most toxic Plant pathological nanotech products imaginable, are simply blowing over into Western Russia and Belarus..
Boycott any NATO and Five Eyes company & NGO in the agricultural and food sector which is overtly or covertly producing and researching harmful, artificial and ´win-win´ products and services in this domain.
Perhaps the best way to deal with that 50bn is for Russia to zap those Afghan opium crops with something.
Then the evil empire will be doomed.
Resolute. St. Petersburg street fighter. Patriotic leader. An angry bear.
This is why people from all over the globe wished he was their President.
I imagine that if you catalogued all the virtues of Russian people, most are embodied in President Putin.
Defender of the Russian Civilization.
God bless VVP.
Lots of people, who are not Russians, do not understand what this man represents. PCR, being an american, unfortunately, is one of these. Their mentality is so totally different, which they then project on the Russian President and proceed to berate him for his percieved “shortcomings” as they see it. I feel sorry for these people.
The man, as you have rightly put it, is a street fighter, resolute, patriotic and very angry! But, he is also a professional, a statesman and a diplomat. His anger does come out occasionally in a strongly worded statements – and this was one of them. Another one which I can add to that is his statement regarding Ukraine’s destruction by the “Land of Imbeciles” – “you crapped in there, you clean it up!”. Only he used a much more stronger russian word for “crap!”. This is the man that you do not want to pick a fight with! I believe it is slowly dawning on the inbeciles. But most still exist in the delusional belief that they are dealing with 90-s Russia and have no comprehension whatsoever that times have moved on, dramatically and irreversibly.
O, boy! It’s going to be a real eye-opener for these a**holes very, very soon!
I hope that President Putin not only breaks their teeth, but blinds them physically also since their hubris has blinded their humanity/spiritually/kindness towards the rest of the world. The coming lessons will be one for history books. God Almighty will give victory to the righteous, patient, and humble, God-Willing!
” … people from all over the globe wished he was their President… ”
If Serbs could vote for him in presidential elections, he would win by the landslide.
Write it on the ballot, an x through the other names and write in Putin, I’d suggest anyone, better still, everyone from other countries who are disgusted by the actions of pathetic politicians or their government in general, as an Act of Mass Civil Disobedience (tweet it, FB it, IG it), put a line through all the politicians names and write on the ballot top, Vladimir Putin for President.
“This is why people from all over the globe wished he was their President.”
To be honest, I wish Putin was the President of my Nigeria.
Whenever the West tosses a grenade in Putin’s direction (support fot jihadists in the Caucasus; Georgia; Ukraine; Southstream and now Nordstream; coup plots in Belarus; and Navalny), he casually picks it up and returns it and it blows up in their faces. An impressive leader without peer. Not even Xi Jinping comes close.
The West has tried breaking up Russia since at least 1812, when Napoleon invaded the country, financed by the Rothschild’s. Who financed the Kaiser in World War One and Hitler in World War Two ? And for what purpose ?
As geographer Halford Mackinder warned in 1904, Euro-Asia has the potential of becoming the chief economic and political region in the world, and this means Russia and China. This explains the animosity which Washington has for both countries. Worse, the future of the US dollar depends on the break up of Russia. As the late political economist Lyndon LaRouche stated, the only thing which can save the US dollar is the plunder of Siberia and the Caspian region.
Can the West change it’s attitude ? So long as the West is controlled by private banks and corporations, the answer is ‘no’. The appointment to the White House of neocon puppet Joe Biden, after the greatest election steal in US history, is proof of this. It will be more of the same, Russia being vilified and the West trying to install a Guido type political puppet as the head of Russia.
@Leo: “Who financed the Kaiser **and the King** in World War One, and Hitler **and Churchill** in World War Two ?”.
There, Leo, fixed it for you.
“I care not who goes to war so long as both sides become debtors to me.” — Meyer Rothschild.
“And for what purpose?” For the greater glory of Mammon.
It is not coincidence that Putin’s Russia has so little debt.
To this day, there are many secrets about WW2 such as the huge Soviet factories in east/Urals which the Germans knew nothing about.
Putin will have to be wary of China as there is some evidence it is being controlled from the US & EU elites.
There may be a set-up and double-cross.
You may or may not like Putin, but it’s clear that this leader knows how to talk and deliver a message, he goes right to the point and conveys exactly what he wants to say and very little more.
No bragging, no flaming threats, nothing exaggerated. Very measured but very sharp at the same time.
It’s a man that people who don’t like him should respect.
He identified this insane vibe I have picked up over the U.S. (our) obsession over the arctic circle (aka Russia’s coastline). We can’t leave Russia alone anywhere. We can’t let them have their northern coastline without plotting to take it away from them.
We take for granted that the Gulf of Mexico is our lake and would be furious if there were foreign warships in it and we share that with dozens of other countries. We consider the east / west coast sacred but the northern coast of Russia must be contested because it’s the ‘north west passage’ but only because Russia is investing in ice breakers and rescue stations to make it so.
We in the U.S. really are insufferable.
What is impressive is that, as of this writing there are >900 comments posted under the video and almost all of them are extremely positive! People from all over the world, from Canada to the Philippines, have expressed their admiration for being a sincere patriot and a hope for world peace; such popularity is, indeed, impressive!
Dear Belisarius, i am writing from Chile in HISPANIC AMERICA. Mr Putin deserves our full support. A great man, a great stateman. We offered our prayers for him.
Yes – Putin and his team show the strength of leadership sadly lacking as the remainder remain hostage of the world terrorist elites.
Take Canada’s Trudeau – simply a mouthpiece for London and Beijing.
And hated by many in Canada.
should see how a Chinese CG artist depicted him
From Canada – not so much China, not with the Huawei court case still ongoing…better to read London and Washington…and more than just a mouthpiece…often an instigator as per the so called “Lima group”.
Trudeau……. now there is a cardboard cutout of a human being. You might not have noticed, but Israel and its operatives under the cover of Canadian citizenship, are the real ones pulling his strings. Look at the CBC…. only once have they mentioned the Human Rights Watch report of Israel being an apartide state; comments criticizing Israel are not reported by the CBC; newspapers will not print letters condemning Israel actions and policy…..
You getting the picture?
Russia has a master chest player leading it. The USA is lead by a senile old man who can’t even play a good game of checkers.
Joe Biden… the CGI president. I have serious doubts he is even real, at best he’s an Alzheimer’s case.
Yes Putin must be laughing at the state of the US today.
And would Stalin, Malenkov, Kruschev, Brezhnev, etc….
Its a sad comedy.
And many of the Republicans in Congress arent much better.
JFK & FDR would etc… would be horrified.
JFK and FDR would be equally horrified at what Bill Clinton referred to as the ‘new Democrats.’
The wrong continental metaphor of course, by V. Putin remins me of the African Honeybadger in his political nature. He just keeps on going.
It may just come down to translation matters (and I would be interested if native Russian speakers can confirm), but I noted at the 6:20 mark the phrase “… because many of our opponents, as we call them, …”.
This looks to be a deliberate tonal shift from “partners” (as in Judo I assume) much applied over the years.
Indeed, after the dissolving of the USSR and the ransaking of the country by the usual suspects, it is pleasing to see a people rise again to their feet and maintain a healthy and sane national defence policy. A state with a proportiional defence system built on innovation and efficiency under budget limitations — as compared to an out of control military-industrial complex with a (now bankrupt) state-based host congressional system serving the criminal oligarch class.
The correct binnary category to apply here (and increasingly world wide under this transnational influence) is not class or nation but rather criminal vs non-criminal.
Can Biden deliver a conversation like this?
You must be joking. When he’s lucid and allowed out of his bed Biden thinks he’s been in the US Senate 120 years. Biden wouldn’t know the time of day or where he was unless told by his handlers.
It would be interesting to watch his meeting with VVP. Don’t be surprised if this walking cadaver reads out a prepared statement. He may even give Putin the thousand yard stare in the midst of the meeting. That’s what people whose mind is literally elsewhere do.
There has been a serious shift in the style of words put out by Russia. Not just Putin, but all of them. There is no more mucking around with excessive diplomatic kindness… while they are still always diplomatic they now get straight to the point and tell the west “enough is enough”. This is obviously due to the ever increasing encroachment upon Russia and the neverending Russia bashing through government and media propaganda. I see the same from China. Excellent. And that “slapping the bitch in the face” by Iran’s missiles on a US base was awesome too. I now see a lot more hope for the world.
P.S. Someone above mentioned about people in the west wishing Putin was their leader… well, at every Australian election I cross out the candidates and write “0” (zero) next to them along with “pedophile” or “criminal”, etc, and then write Putin, Vladimir and a new box and give him a “1”. So I’ve been voting for him for a long time… we in Australia get him first !!! ;p
Great idea Rob, I posted a blub above re: writing in Pres Putin’s name……….spread the word far and wide, it’s not like any of the politicians one votes in fulfills their election mandate…..more like lip service.
V.V. Putin, President of the Russian Federation:
“And no matter what we do, no matter how we strive to satisfy the appetites of those who are trying to restrain us, … no matter what, … no matter what, the restraint will still continue, because many of our opponents, as we will call them, simply don’t need a country like Russia. But you and I need it and our people, the citizens of the Russian Federation, need it, and we will do our best not only to preserve it, but also to strengthen it and make it more resilient.”
This respectful and insistent patriotism, along with the “novel” idea that reduced military spending might be a good thing, elevates the Russian President to global statesman here. Nicely done.
Since such universal and humanistic ideas cannot easily be turned into clumsy and belligerent authoritarianism, I’m going to go out on a limb – ha ha – and predict that we will never hear about these comments in the Western MSM.
Il presidente Putin e la Russia sono un punto di riferimento per il popolo italiano. Eterno rispetto per la Santa Madre Russia.
President Putin and Russia are a point of reference for the Italian people. Eternal respect for the Holy Mother Russia.
One rather radical suggestion might be to suggest the removal of all ‘diplomatic immunity’ for all US diplomats until such a time as the US military spending budget is reduced to prevent its global warmongering.
You know: you diplomats represent a global warmonger, so you are responsible for that. You will not evade your responsibility, you will be punished for it.
The diplomatic version of the Nuremberg Trials.
It is high time that this suggestion became the central point of discussion in all non-NATO countries.
It should be the top of the list in all the NATO satrapies too, but only dope smokers could conceive of that actually happening….
That would essentially be cutting off diplomatic relations, probably not in anyone’s best interest. Limiting the number of folks with acceptable diplomatic credentials is what they are doing, as I understand it, and further limiting their ability to multiply their influence by limiting the number of locals who can be hired.
On the other side of the equation, the extension of diplomatic immunity to US military biowarfare scientists working in Eastern European labs is interesting and indicative of a partial surrender of sovereignty.
Dead right. Well said.
Just like 1941-45. And 1812-1814.
But Russia in the long term needs to realize the EU needs to get access to material resources and some sort of deal to allow their corporations in to do so should be effected so long as Russia get a fair cut of the $ being generated and or perhaps a fixed minimum percentage of Russian ownership.
Same comment would apply to resources in other parts of the world. Africa, Americas, Asia etc….
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That’s the difference, he can talk intelligently for hours.
I remember one time watching a very known tennis playing season where a famous Russian player (perhaps Maria Sharapova) on BBC where the commentator kept bragging on how “she’s representing the republic of Siberian” in this season. Now I know why, a subtle disinformation to give the impression and make viewers think there is a country called ‘republic of Siberia’.
As always the great statesman. Admired by many all over the world.
I like it when VVP speaks bluntly – there is no room for misunderstanding from the collective “West”.
It is interesting to see today that Russia is finally going to utilise its “soft power” too:
“”Soft power” is an area that Russia has yet to work on, but the country has no problems with real power, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov said at the New Knowledge educational marathon on Friday.
“’Soft power’ is something we still have to work on …… As far as our real power is concerned, everything is fine on this score,” he said. “Yet, this armoured train [of real power], as is well-known, has been laid up on the storage track and may God forbid it from being pulled out of there,” the spokesman added.
As the Kremlin press secretary pointed out, information wars “will never end” but Russia can and should spread its culture that people abroad admire. “Russian is not the most widely spoken language in the world, but it still has the deepest potential……. Of course, we need to bring ourselves out to the world, especially, since, despite the whole confrontation and all the transnational bickering, the Russian language is loved and people admire Russian culture, sports, young people, and science,” he noted.””
Let’s hope they do start to push the “soft power” and counter the constant unending “fake news”. Time to step up a gear.
I want to highlight what really makes the difference between statesmen of Putin’s calibeer and the current crop of western polticia: The whole speech is formulated on the spot, I guess he has only a few bulletpoints next to him.
I can’T imagine Biden talking this coherently for this long without a teleprompter.
Way to go, President Putin! You are coming to the realization that the Anglo-Zionists will not stop harassing the Motherland until they have their way…which is access to the vast Russian resources. What other choices are left to President Putin but to defend it’s resources for the Russians to enjoy their God-given rights… just as Israel claims that they acted in self-defense against Hamas with a far superior army…so can Russia…unless different standard applies to the West and their allies… hypocrisy!
Putin is a living legend: wit, spine, determination, incredible competence, and — still — decency and humility. It must feel ”somewhat frustrating” for Russia’s adversaries at home and abroad having to put their hopes on an ugly nazi cocaine addict and the atrocious quality of the ”sales promotion” involved.
From two vastly different parts of the world:
Merkel nach Sibirien
Putin nach Berlin!
Long live Putin! Haiti opposition protesters burn US flag, demand Russian intervention.
Verdict: Putin has a rock-solid mass base at home and abroad. The mass base of the vegetable in the Offal Office seems slightly less impressive.
”We had individuals like this in the west at some point, where they are now, I have no idea.”
While it’s certainly true that the intellectual stature of the West’s ”leaders” and also its populations have plummeted in an accelerating process of imbecilification of Western society, I don’t think Vladimir Putin would have had any noticeable problems putting these people of a by-gone era in their place. He is still heads and shoulders above, say, Sweden’s Olof Palme. But Putin can very much take advantage of the fact that the West tore off its mask with the utter depravities of neoliberalism and that Putin himself succeeded in defeating its murderous onslaught in Russia. The West is going down the toilet.
Me wonders who is trying to steal Russian land, me wonders who upset Putin so much.
Looks like mass production of autonomous war robots has begun so Russia won’t be so dependent on just her soldiers …
It seems the predictions of Edgar Cayce are starting to become true. I have followed this man from his earliest days at the top. He has never failed to speak diplomacy and common sense. For that reason I rate him far more highly than the puppets in the west. He is a true patriot of his country, who cares about it and its people and will not see it destroyed or disparaged by anyone. But that we had someone like him in the UK….no chance of that unfortunately as he didn’t go to the ‘right’ schools….
Very true: The UK has the former MP George Galloway as the sole voice of common sense, reason and morality and outspoken with it …he was booted out by his own constituents but may make a comeback seeing there is such an intellectual vacuum …there was Tony Benn… Roy Hattersley… Dennis Healey…no-one of that calibre around today…
The way I see it it is primarily the Russians who squander their lands….Alaska, Kazakhstan, Ukraine.
In The Times To Come We Will Probably See A More Aggressive And Intolerant Russia Towards Permanent Western Incivility
(Machine Translation From Original Portuguese Article)
The Russian Federation, in spite of the permanent Russophobic noise of the Western media, has even been too sweet towards its enemies until now. Paul Craig Roberts, who is by far one of the Americans who most defends and admires Vladimir Putin’s policies, recently criticized President Putin in an interview given to the Russian media, accusing him of being too tolerant of permanent insults, provocations and attacks on the part of the West. Personally, I disagree with much of what Paul Craig Roberts said in the interview (for technical-military reasons that I will not explain here …), but I recognize that President Vladimir Putin needs to be more aggressive towards the West and I say this because I myself, as a Westerner, am well aware of the “stuff” that governs the governments of the West today and for that very reason, I can assure everyone that the only language that these people understand is that of brute force.
Putin is clearly changing his stance, not least because I know that there is already some discontent within the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, regarding precisely the excessive tolerance and passivity of Putin, namely, in relation to the State of Israel, which is directly responsible for the death of Russian military personnel in Syria. Incidentally, many Westerners may not know it, but there have already been several Russian generals who asked the Kremlin to retaliate militarily against Israel, namely by bombing the Israeli air bases from which the F-16s and F-35s depart, to occasionally drop bombs in Syria. Another possible option is to use the air defense systems S-300 and S-400, that the Russians installed in Syria, to shoot down Israeli fighters. Putin has so far stopped these impulses of direct and more than just retaliation, but he will not be able to do it for much longer .
In the near future we will probably see a more aggressive and intolerant Russia towards the permanent Western incivility. Putin’s recent threat to “break the teeth” of Russia’s enemies is a message that has a target and that target is precisely the USA/NATO, the EU and also the State of Israel. These people the best thing they can do is to realize and realize very quickly that the Civilized World – which today is clearly led by Russia, China and Iran – will not tolerate any more insults or provocations, wherever they may come from .
Perhaps, thinking about it, it would not be a bad idea for the political and military leaders of the USA/NATO and Israel to start thinking about going to take a specialty in Dentistry …
Link to the original article: https://toranja-mecanica.blogspot.com/2021/05/nos-proximos-tempos-iremos.html
It appears this so-called “passiveness and silence” from Russia, somehow attributed to Putin, has anyway resulted in Russia emerging as #1 Hypersonic military technology power in the world. Perhaps the generals should mull if there is a connection and re-think.
Thanks for the video and translation.
However, Russia(and other powers considered “enemy states” by USA and allies) should not forget the great strength of Western “soft power” on the minds of their youths. It is unlikely that Russia can “lose” Siberia by military means but that can happen via Western “soft power”: in fact it can become politically destabilized if nothing is done to check the influence of Western propaganda on the minds of the youth. Not sure if Putin has done much to lessen Western influence (media, Hollywood, LBGTQ activists, Western social apps, Western academia ) on Russian youths. In fact, Putin has less support from younger Russians from above 60 percent to about 50 percent since the Covid 19 academic. Russia can “lose” Siberia if she doesn’t pay attention to reduce Western worshipping by young Russians in the far east like this lady in these YouTube videos :-
One criticism I have of Putin is he is weak in addressing Western soft power. No point of having a great military if your own youth will ultimately rebel and kowtow to the West and sell their own country in the end.
Putin is a man of his word, if he warns you, it is extremely wise to heed the warning !!!
Who would think that, among other “bits” of Russia “somebody” wants to nip off, that Peter the Great Bay might be a specific tasty-bite…as the USN got chased out not long ago, and RT brings it up again for not especial reason…ahemmm.> https://www.rt.com/russia/525043-groundless-territorial-dispute-warship/
………. And (how very coincidental….pure chance I am quite sure) https://www.rt.com/news/525116-bosphorus-traffic-tanker-malfunction/ (“Massive oil tanker BLOCKS Bosphorus after steering controls reportedly malfunction”)
Obviously there can be no connection.
A lot going on in belarus. Waiting for thesaker take.
Sheikh Imran Hosein: The Great War and Russia: