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Putin is a true leader and should be our friend

As our useless rulers – Cameron, Merkel, Hollande and O’Bummer – finally realise that deposing strong Middle East leaders and replacing them by the Islamic State isn’t such a great idea and that they need to talk to Putin, I’d like to re-use a post I wrote just over two years ago about how we should be working with Putin to defeat our common enemy – radical Islam. It’s a pity it has taken our rulers so long to understand what most of us have probably known all along!

Here’s a picture with six clowns and one great international statesman. Can you spot who are the clowns and who is the great international statesman?

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Yup. That wasn’t very difficult. While Cameron, Merkel, Hollande, Obama and Kerry have behaved like idiots, buffoons, fools, clowns over their desperate attempts to get involved in yet another pointless, internecine Middle East war that has nothing to do with us, there has been one person who has behaved calmly and thoughtfully – Russia’s Vladimir Putin.

It has become fashionable in the press to criticise Putin over the lack of real democracy in Russia. But Russia is not Kensington or Notting Hill Gate where most of Britain’s chattering classes live. Russia is a huge, almost ungovernable country. Russia’s surface area is 17,098,246 km2 compared to the US at 9,629,091 km2 and Britain at a pathetic 242,900 km2. So, Russia is almost twice as large as the US and seventy times larger than the UK.

Moreover, Russia was facing complete chaos until Putin took over. Putin has been the best thing that every happened to Russia since Boney M sang “Ra-Ra-Rasputin, lover of the Russian queen”. Under Putin’s rule, the earnings from Russia’s oil, gas and minerals have not been squandered as they are in most other resource-rich countries. Instead they have been (more or less) invested in imposing order in this vast country, in modernising it and in building a new middle class of highly educated people. Visit any holiday resort around the world, and the people you’ll see buying holiday homes and yachts are mostly Russians. This is an incredible, almost unbelievable change from just a couple of decades ago and light years away from what happened when Russia was the Soviet Union.

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Of course, there have been problems. You can’t move from totalitarianism to chaos to peaceful development and national economic success in just a few decades without a certain degree of central control. And you can’t have a country earning so much wealth without some of it being siphoned off by corrupt politicians, bureaucrats and businessmen.

We are making a terrible mistake in constantly attacking Putin over supposed human rights abuses and corruption in Russia. The West and Putin have one common enemy – radical Islam.

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But instead of understanding this and working together with Russia to fight the spread of radical Islam, idiots Cameron, Merkel, Obama, Kerry and Hollande want to turn our military into ISIL’s air force. It’s time to stop demonising Putin and to realise that Russia and the West are on the same side.

How long will it take for the clowns that rule us to tell the difference between our friends and our enemies?

9 comments to Putin is a true leader and should be our friend

  • Robert Briggs

    Refugees Shop for Best Handouts and Climate; Disgruntled Migrants Decide “Finland’s No Good”

    Hundreds of predominantly Iraqi migrants who have travelled through Europe to reach Finland are turning back, saying they don’t want to stay in the sparsely-populated country on Europe’s northern frontier because it’s too cold and boring.

    Migrants have in recent weeks been crossing back into Sweden at the Haparanda-Tornio border just an hour’s drive south of the Arctic Circle, and Finnish authorities have seen a rise in the number of cancelled asylum applications.

    “You can tell the world I hate Finland. It’s too cold, there’s no tea, no restaurants, no bars, nobody on the streets, only cars,” 22-year-old Muhammed told AFP in Tornio, as the mercury struggled to inch above 10 degrees Celsius (50 Fahrenheit) on a recent blustery grey day.

    http://globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.com/2015/09/refugees-shop-for-best-handouts-and.html

  • Stuz Graz

    The west needs an enemy so they can maintain huge armies and sell endless weapons. Europe needs more suppliers of gas and Russia prefer to maintain their monopoly. Hence Putin is useful. If needs to let Assad drop or this will continue to escalate.

  • Chris

    Assad controls the only route for a Quatar – Europe gas pipeline. Now does it all make sense?

  • Robert Briggs

    Chris who would you rather have as your leader , a Leader like Putin that looks after his own people. Or O’bombya that removes others countries rulers at will and kills indiscriminately daily with Drones the same people the West invites into the heart of our countries in Europe.Of course David Cameron US lapdog in the lead on his leash.

  • Chris

    Hi Robert,

    not sure I want Putin but his motivation seems to be based on a love of his country and not greed, popularity and wealth. He seems to be very committed to the future of the Russian people unlike Obama, Cameron, Merkel etc who are just sock-puppets for the banks, military and other corporates, religious leaders and those with extreme wealth.

    Unfortunately for Putin, the Washington and Wall street mafias (aided by the Saudis and Israel)want to grab Russia’s oils and gas reserves too. Hence the demonisation of Putin in our unfree and propagandist media

    It’s been clear for a few years that the USA’s EU’s intention to cause regime change in Syria is not based on any abhorrence of Assad (who seems to be much more benevolent than Erdogan). It is regime change for financial benefit or theft of resources. As in Iraq, Libya,Ukraine etc.

    The benefit is Quatar gas piped to Europe. Thus Putin’s involvement in Syria is definitely aimed at maintaining Russia’s hold over gas supplies to Eastern Europe.

    Look at Afganistan. I understand it is now the world’s largest exporter of opium despite the USA’s overt statements to eliminate it. Also. Afganistan has vast untapped mineral resources gas, oil, lithium, iron ore etc. One has to ask why the USA only interferes (using proxy revoulutionaries) where it can take resources.

  • Robert Briggs

    Hello Chris, the reason they are going after Putin and in a low key manner China is they have more to fear from them(China holds Trillions of US debt and could squash the financial system overnight if they sold, but that would be mutually destructive for them too, so a stand off at present.Both Russia and China have given the US and the EU the finger as to kowtowing and falling into line with their Liberal Politics and all that that entails.The US and EU want to break down their own peoples in to small little lost powerless groups that they can dictate to and control. Sounds far fetched? Just look around and listen, join the dots its obvious. They control Politics,governments, the Banks(The Bosses behind it) , the media ,the internet and all offshoots there of, bar a few remnants, free speech, gone.They are nearly there already.Bring a load of alien migrants in with alien cultures with intolerance of others and we will never recover, mission accomplished .And the biggest weapon of all is that the vast majority of the Sheeple are not even aware of it.

  • Robert Briggs

    Nicola Sturgeon backtracks.

    Nicola Sturgeon was accused of backtracking last night after it was revealed she had ‘no plans’ to let Syrian refugees live in her home despite promising to do so during a television interview. Daily Mail 2 days ago.

  • Robert Briggs

    Migrants trampled on the food and demanded money.

  • Chris

    Thanks Robert, I agree.

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