Putin blasts 5th columnists (archive video) 8826 Views April 21, 2016 Watch List The Saker The Essential Saker IV: Messianic Narcissism's Agony by a Thousand Cuts Order Now The Essential Saker III: Chronicling The Tragedy, Farce And Collapse of the Empire in the Era of Mr MAGA Order Now Tagged Russian 5th column
I saw this yesterday on a link a comment provided. Thanks for putting it up front.
It’s an object lesson in personal integrity versus the sick lesion of thinly veiled hatred for someone who has integrity and love. Let the psychologists debate why this is so.
I love Putin for being real and showing his real feelings because he represents a part of me that is suppressed. He shows me the way to get free.
The faces of the others at the table are a study in themselves.
And yet there is Putin the Politician also to consider. I just read Scott’s comment on the thread below about Putin and the World Jewish Congress. It kind of muddies the waters. I don’t know quite to make of it. There’s apparently more to the story that I will never know.
It’s a conundrum for me personally. When do I show my real feelings and when do I play politics with the feelings of others? I’d like to be a fly on the wall when Putin is off camera and dealing with real issues.
I was raised to be a good boy and mind my manners. OK, this is a site for military and political analysis not psychoanalysis. Granted, but then it can be argued that the political is the personal. Putin is an example on one side and Clinton and her ilk on the other.
It can also be argued that who we are and what we do as persons determines the world “out there” as a projection. In quantum mechanics apparently our consciousness collapses and specifies undetermined waves of probability, or something like that.
That applies to each of us vineyarders and the vineyard of the world as a whole. Putin the person obviously makes a difference but what is not so obvious is every person does too.
Enough already. I’m getting too preachy and I’ll probably suffer an anxiety attack for speaking out of turn and not being a good boy who is better seen than heard. On a more upbeat note: long live the Putin style Russia and thereby the world.
Time to get in touch with your ‘inner Putin’ methinks..:)
When will all of the Russian and Chinese elite realize that they will NEVER be allowed into the inner-circle of the Anglo-American elite as equal partners. At best, they would be considered lowly servants.
The Americans are toadies, but it shows most when the foreigner has a title, however unsupported by the current family real estate holdings.
Money makes a pretty good substitute, though. The actual holders of the puppet strings are a closed corporation, but if you’re willing to settle for the second tier a wealthy foreigner can find plenty of Americans ready to grovel, and push their marriage-age offspring onto the auction block. A-List parties all the way. Choose your own after-Oscars venue.
What a cracker!!
This is the side of Putin I like best – ‘Do. Not. Bulls**t. Me.’
As for Mr ‘Offended’ – I am only sorry ‘dinner etiquette’ saved you from a swift punch on your lying, hyena nose.
Sometimes the Ukrainian Rada’s ‘direct’ approach to ‘conflict resolution’ is tempting..
Ok, I believe VVP here.
But then the problem is: How powerful is he really – domestically?
How can it happen that a Radio Free Europe sh*tard is heading Russia’s most influential News channel for several years, in this day and age?
VVP: Don’t give such interviews (as much as I enjoy them).
Put those freaks to some place where they can think about and regret their crimes towards the Russian people!
Then those freak will no longer smile like 4yo boys caught stealing, because turning tubines to produce electricity will keep them too busy.
Try it out, it will be a better place. Otherwise tens of millions are suffering or worse.
Cancer can be killed off. But only if it gets killed cell after cell as long as it is still possible!!!
It is not surprising that Russia too has its fair share of Zionist Fascist media propagandists. Between Peru and the Philippines, we in the West have probably a million of those bloodsuckers.
The difference? Russia has at least one man – Putin – to stand up against them, while we in the West have… eh… nobody!
Yes, that tight is the Zionist control of the global media-sphere in the year 2016!
Re: the incident on Fox TV: I remember that well and they hustled the girl and her mother off the stage asap. after cutting them off. Putin is totally furious but totally in control. Wow.
We have lots of people who stand against the owned press, it’s just that only Putin has access to prime time coverage when he does it.
In the U.S. the mainstream media have dropped people off the “call-for-comment list” of such stature as a former attorney general in Ramsey Clark, Robert Kennedy Jr., a former vice-president in Al Gore.
The ultimate, and unanswerable, illustration of how this works was Greg Palast’s experiences when his investigative journalism uncovered the massive, and illegal, minority voter suppression by the Republicans in the Bush/Gore election. This exposé was published in an “unfree” (not oligarch-owned) British paper. Palast is frequently asked why he chose to publish it abroad, to which his answer is that he submitted the story to every mainstream news outlet in the U.S. and it was rejected. On a follow-up call to one such submission (I think to CBS) the producer told him “It didn’t check out.” “How did you ‘check it out’ “? “We called the governor’s (Jeb Bush’s) office and they said there was nothing to it.”
The newsworthiness of both stories, the voter suppression and the story suppression, is A++ – there is only one possible explanation for a wall-to-wall blackballing of these stories. An owned press is not a free press.
Germany has been led to a mini-revolt by the brilliant satirical group die Anstalt. This appears at first glance to have been a matter of personal heroism. The original “café satirical” program “Neues aus der Anstalt” was taken off the air (TV ZDF) in 2013 and brought back “purged” with substitute personnel is 2014. The designated geldings rose to the moment and went for the throat.
They could have had more support. Although their finest (I assume) moments went viral and appear on YouTube with subtitles, not all their work has been subtitled as it deserves.
Amazing freedom of speech exercised by both Putin and the 5th Columnists.
That would never be allowed in the US or the rest of the 5 eyes nations. Not even Europe which is a vassal state of the US. Is South America much different? I doubt that the media is not controlled by US interests there either?