Vladimir Putin has his flaws (like we all do). but in pure practical terms, he has done more for the Russian nation (with minimal collateral damage) than anyone since either Peter the Great or Catherine the Great.
None of his enemies, including the dog Alexei Navalny, should even be compared to him when it comes to a love of country and people.
Let’s study Navalny some more for a moment.
He sometimes talks tough on immigration, but yet repeatedly works with the likes of Soros and Khordorovsky – Jews who literally live up to the Rootless Cosmopolitan meme.
He speaks of peace, but would abandon allies like Syria and Iran to the tender mercies of America and Israel.
He speaks of ending corruption, but would send Russia right back into the Western entanglements that nearly fragmented the nation back in the 90’s.
And he speaks of tradition, but would immediately reintroduce anal fetish indoctrination to the pliable Russian youth.
All while attempting to overthrow the Russian state with an army of hipsters, Feminists, and other worthless social outcasts.
Russians angered by the impending inauguration of Vladimir Putin to a new term as president protested Saturday in scores of cities across the country — and police responded by reportedly arresting nearly 1,600 of them.
Among those arrested was protest organizer Alexei Navalny, the anti-corruption campaigner who is Putin’s most prominent foe. Police seized Navalny by the arms and legs and carried the thrashing activist from Moscow’s Pushkin Square, where thousands were gathered for an unauthorized protest.
I would fully support President Putin if he were to dig back into history and channel the memory of Joseph Stalin.
Sure, the man was a monster, but gulags can serve a purpose when there is actual treason afoot.
Police also used batons against protesters who chanted “Putin is a thief!” and “Russia will be free!”
This brings back memories of the Charlottesville torchlight march.
And I mean all of it – even the drug-addled faces of these disheveled protesters and their resemblance to American Antifa.
Because of this, I would personally suggest the hiring of Christopher Cantwell as head of the Moscow Police because of this – my guess is that none of this would ever occur again.
Demonstrations under the slogan “He is not our czar” took place throughout the country, from Yakutsk in the far northeast to St. Petersburg and Kaliningrad on the fringes of Europe.
The protests demonstrated that Navalny’s opposition, although considered beleaguered by Russian officials and largely ignored by state-controlled television, has sizeable support in much of the country.
Pay attention to how the West hypes up these protests – it’s all part and parcel of what we saw during the Arab Spring and Ukrainian Revolution in 2014.
Russia does not buy into this nonsense, and handles these things properly for the most part – overwhelming force, and a blackout that prevents things from spiraling out of control.
“I think that Putin isn’t worthy of leading this country. He has been doing it for 18 years and has done nothing good for it,” said Moscow demonstrator Dmitry Nikitenko. “He should leave for good.”
OVD-Info, an organization that monitors political repression, said late Saturday that 1,599 people had been detained at demonstrations in 26 Russian cities. It said 702 were arrested in Moscow alone, and another 232 in St. Petersburg.
In St. Petersburg, police blocked off a stretch of Nevsky Prospekt as a crowd of about 1,000 marched along the renowned avenue. Video showed some demonstrators being detained.
Public service announcement (?????????? ???????????? ??????):
Can the grand-niece of Leon Trotsky please report to the Israeli embassy for immediate relocation?
Again, Leon Trotsky’s grand-niece, Israeli embassy, relocation.
That is all.
In Washington, State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert criticized the actions of the Russian police.
“The United States condemns #Russia’s detention of hundreds of peaceful protesters and calls for their immediate release. Leaders who are secure in their own legitimacy don’t arrest their peaceful opponents for protesting,” she tweeted.
Isn’t that quite cute coming from the United States…
The same United States that stood down while Charlottesville authorities tore into us for protesting with a legally approved permit, and the same United States that still refuses to budge from their official condemnation of the Alt-Right last August.
But you see, it’s different in all cases because racism, hatred of freedoms, and allocations of American budget money.
And I’m not even getting into the hours likely dedicated to stirring up Russian social media platforms.