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Is Putin afraid of Europe’s gun-totting totty?

I’ll keep it short today as I’ve already explained in great detail why I believe Putin’s actions over the Crimea were justified, decisive and skilful: why I believe the West’s response is dishonest, hypocritical and dangerous and why I’m amazed that our useless leaders are trying to fight the last (Cold) war rather than allying with Russia against our common enemy – radical Islam (though some readers might be tempted to take out the word ‘radical’).

Anyway, as Putin looks at the West’s military capabilities, how afraid is he? Here’s a picture of four neat-looking ladies (click to see more clearly)

Defence Ministers of Norway, Sweden, Netherlands and Germany 01-14

But do you know who they are? Former models? No. Successful business-women? No. Hyper-shopping wives of political leaders? No. In fact, they’re all defence ministers from key European countries. From left to right there’s Norway, Sweden, Netherlands and Germany. Whooaar! as the Sun might say, nice totty!

I don’t mean to be sexist and I’m sure these ladies have many talents – nudge, nudge, wink, wink. But how many of them are battle-hardened warriors with a deep understanding of military matters? How many of them have any experience of warfare, apart from fighting their way through the crowds at the January sales? And how many of them got their jobs due to political correctness rather than relevant experience?

Perhaps it’s surprising that they’re not all Muslim women? After all, that really would tick all the political correctness boxes. Though maybe in a few years they will be?

In contrast, here are a few photos of Sergei Shoigu. He’s the Russian defence minister.

defence minister russia

I doubt Sergei has heard of political correctness. But I bet he knows how to handle himself on a battlefield. And that’s probably an important and relevant qualification for a defence minister.

So, how afraid is Putin of Europe’s handbag-wielding totty? Probably not quaking in his boots.

But if you’ve 2 to 3 minutes spare, here’s some gun-totting totty we should all really be afraid of. This is a tape-recording of the “democratic” (actually utterly corrupt, embezzling, as rotten as Yanukovich) darling of the West, former Ukrainian PM Yulia Tymoshenko, discussing how she wants to kill as many ‘f**k*ng Russians’ as she can and also nuke Russia https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6RxSzSWbcxo Lucky she doesn’t have any nuclear weapons left in the Ukraine or else we’d all be hiding under the kitchen table.

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8 comments to Is Putin afraid of Europe’s gun-totting totty?

  • John Fields

    I like this article. A woman talking about nuclear weapons frightens the life out of me.
    Mr Craig, I think that you should emphasise to your many readers that there is a
    possibility that we could all end up as a pile of bloody ashes. Show them photos
    of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and remind them that compared with today’s weapons
    these are in the hand- grenade category.

  • Rod

    The western leaders are like a bunch of bleating old women and Putin has tired of listening to their screeching and called their bluff over Crimea. The truth of the matter is, there is absolutely nothing the west can do.

    Our leaders go abroad and preach democracy but back at home they practice hypocrisy. No votes or referendums on our EUSSR membership allowed, despite LibLabCon ALL having it in their 2005 manifestos.

  • Rod

    Looking at those wimmin above reminded me of the following (old) joke…

    FEMALE INTERVIEWER: So, General Reinwald, what things are you going to teach these young boys when they visit your base?

    GENERAL REINWALD: We’re going to teach them climbing, canoeing, archery, and shooting.

    FEMALE INTERVIEWER: Shooting! That’s a bit irresponsible, isn’t it?

    GENERAL REINWALD: I don’t see why, they’ll be properly supervised on the rifle range.

    FEMALE INTERVIEWER: Don’t you admit that this is a terribly dangerous activity to be teaching children?

    GENERAL REINWALD: I don’t see how. We will be teaching them proper rifle discipline before they even touch a firearm.

    FEMALE INTERVIEWER: But you’re equipping them to become violent killers.

    GENERAL REINWALD: Well, ma’am, you’re equipped to be a prostitute, but you’re not one, are you?

    The radio went silent and the interview ended.

  • MGJ

    Ah yes ‘Radical Islam’. Leaving aside the dictionary definition of ‘radical’ and applying the phrase in the sense in which it is invariably used, I suggest a radical Muslim would perhaps be one who accepted the logical possibility they might be wrong or attached some value to the female half of the human race. You don’t meet many radical Muslims do you?

  • shortchanged

    I believe Putin is thoroughly justified in what he is doing, looking after Russia’s interests. After being blockaded by the US and nato forces, is it any wonder he is doing what he can to gain some high ground. And to those whom think otherwise, how they would the US like to face a battery of nuclear weapons along the canadian border, or along the French coast, just itching to provoke a nuclear confrontation.
    My fear is that Zionist Israel, that government of goy hating madmen, whose role in life is to force a war by bombing Iran, and involve the world by proxy.

  • shortchanged

    Adendum to the above. How many ‘flags’ have I set off in the GCHQ or NSA data collection centre’s I wonder?.

  • shortchanged

    Xtra adendum ?? You have no doubt read one side, now try the right side. Something for everyone.
    http://www.thetruthseeker.co.uk/?p=93644

  • Nickolias Detennivic

    Welcome comrades.

    Sometimes it is interesting how things, as you say, turn out.

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