And what did that G7 discuss at their very important non-Russia attending meeting? They discussed........ well Russia naturally.
And while they were bitching about Russia, Putin was giving a candid interview, saying that although he's been banned from the G-8, he is still open to negotiations. He also gave some shout-outs to Obama and Hillary Clinton.
Obama and the EU are very eager to paint Putin as some backward hick of a soviet dictator. That plays into their narrative that he's the new Hitler-like monster, and they're the good guys. Nothing could be further from the truth. Putin is not evil. Nor is he stupid. He's a Russian patriot and a leader who is looking out for the interests of his country. He had a devote mother who raised him a Christian, he attends Church and he wears a cross around his neck which was blessed in Israel - and which he never removes as it once survived a fire and remained intact.
Putin and his cross:
Where's Obama's cross? Or should I say, his Quran? And why do I harp on about Putin being a Christian? Because him being a proud Christian shows you he's not interested in being one of the new-world order anti-Christian bigots who are doing their damnedest to change the culture, values, traditions and demographics of our Western countries.
I've said it before, and I'll say it again - Putin is going to be the leader who saves the West. And that's why they're trying so hard to destroy him. He poses a danger to their agenda.
And because of all the attacks on Russia from the goons in the CIA and Obama, Russia has pivoted to Asia. First he signed a huge gas deal with China, and now he's looking to bolster ties with North Korea:
Moscow remains wary of having a nuclear-armed North Korea on its border. But over the past few months it has courted the North with various economic projects, political exchanges and a vote in the Duma, the top Russian legislative body, to write off nearly $10 billion in debt held over from the Soviet era.
It has pledged to reinvest $1 billion that Pyongyang still owes into a trans-Siberian railway through North Korea to South Korea — a project that is still in the very early stages. That, together with a pipeline, would allow Russia to export gas and electricity to South Korea.See, Putin can do business and keep out of a nation's politics. As it should be. Why stick your nose in and demand "democracy" when you can do more good by building relationships and getting countries on your side? Our Western "democracies" haven't quite mastered the skill of not interfering in the domestic issues of other countries - unless it suits them to turn a blind eye. Putin has.
Yes Obama, you keep playing tiddlywinks, while Putin outfoxes you at every turn. Putin is aligning with China just as they're set to topple the USA as the biggest world economy. No wonder Europe has backed off calling for sanctions against Russia. They have poked the bear and made him angry and now he's proving he doesn't need Europe as much as they need him. America is a far-away country with a big mouth, unable to help Europe with their energy needs, whereas Russia is right next door, capable and willing. Who do you think they're going to pick? USA or Russia??
Putin will be in France today (June 5) to meet with President Francois Hollande, and the next day he will attend the D-Day 70th Anniversary Commemoration, and apparently meet with Obama, where he'll once again smirk at the Affirmative Action Negro sitting in the White House, and diplomatically tell him to get lost.
So, onto his Sochi interview this week and what he had to say about his great friend Hillary Clinton.
To refresh your memory, Shrillary Clinton just a few months ago compared Putin to Hitler, and back in 2008 said that Putin didn't have a soul because he was a former KGB officer. When Putin was asked about her comments back in 2008 he replied that she didn't have a head - much to the amusement of the audience:
Needless to say, he's not very fond of the commie mad-woman Clinton - who supposedly might be the next POTUS (God help us).
This is what he had to say about Hillary Clinton during his interview on Tuesday:
QUESTION (via interpreter): Mr President, it is very convenient that you are meeting with Mr Obama on June 6. Perhaps, it would be worse if you were meeting with Hillary Clinton. Only a few days ago, she said that what Russia is doing in Eastern Europe resembles what Hitler was doing in the 1930s. VLADIMIR
PUTIN: It’s better not to argue with women. But Ms Clinton has never been too graceful in her statements. Still, we always met afterwards and had cordial conversations at various international events. I think even in this case we could reach an agreement. When people push boundaries too far, it’s not because they are strong but because they are weak. But maybe weakness is not the worst quality for a woman.
I think he may be referring to her non-existent brain and her communist tendencies as being her worst qualities - as well as her innate stupidity.
QUESTION (via interpreter): Women must be respected, of course, and I’m sure you respect them. Do you think she went too far? There is a lot of mockery and cartoons in the media – including those showing you. What was your first reaction? Were you angry? Did you want to get back at her or laugh? We have never seen you laugh.
VLADIMIR PUTIN: Someday I will indulge myself and we will laugh together at some good joke. But when I hear such extreme statements, to me it only means that they don’t have any valid arguments. Speaking of US policy, it’s clear that the United States is pursuing the most aggressive and toughest policy to defend their own interests – at least, this is how the American leaders see it – and they do it persistently.
There are basically no Russian troops abroad while US troops are everywhere. There are US military bases everywhere around the world and they are always involved in the fates of other countries even though they are thousands of kilometres away from US borders. So it is ironic that our US partners accuse us of breaching some of these rules.Exactly. Obama et al are painting Russia out to the aggressors, yet Obama is the one who has military bases and troops all over the globe. America can save billions, if not trillions, by removing or closing most of their international military bases.
On cold war 2.0
QUESTION: [A]re you saying that we are on the verge of another Cold War?
VLADIMIR PUTIN: I hope we are not on the verge of any war. Second, I insist that people – wherever they live – have their rights and they must be able to fight for them. That’s the point.
QUESTION: Is there any risk of a war? Now, as we see tanks on their way from Kiev, many people in France are asking this question. Were you tempted to send troops to eastern Ukraine? VLADIMIR
PUTIN: This is an interview, which implies short questions and short answers. But if you have patience and give me a minute, I will tell you how we see it. Here’s our position. What actually happened there? There was a conflict and that conflict arose because the former Ukrainian president refused to sign an association agreement with the EU. Russia had a certain stance on this issue. We believed it was indeed unreasonable to sign that agreement because it would have a grave impact on the economy, including the Russian economy. We have 390 economic agreements with Ukraine and Ukraine is a member of the free trade zone within the CIS. And we wouldn’t be able to continue this economic relationship with Ukraine as a member of the free trade zone. We discussed this with our European partners. Instead of continuing the debates by legitimate and diplomatic means, our European friends and our friends from the United States supported the anti-constitutional armed coup. This is what happened. We did not cause this crisis to happen. We were against this course of events...
On what constitutes "proof":
QUESTION: But, Mr President, the United States and the White House claim they have evidence that Russia intervened in the conflict, sent its troops and supplied weapons. They claim they have proof. Do you believe that? VLADIMIR
PUTIN: Proof? Why don’t they show it? The entire world remembers the US Secretary of State demonstrating the evidence of Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction, waving around some test tube with washing powder in the UN Security Council. Eventually, the US troops invaded Iraq, Saddam Hussein was hanged and later it turned out there had never been any weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. You know, it’s one thing to say things and another to actually have evidence. I will tell you again: no Russian troops… QUESTION (via interpreter): Are you saying the US is lying? VLADIMIR PUTIN: There are no armed forces, no Russian ‘instructors’ in southeastern Ukraine. And there never were any.
On Ukraine joining NATO:
QUESTION (via interpreter): Do you recognise Ukraine’s sovereignty and its neutral stance with respect to relations between Russia and the West?
VLADIMIR PUTIN: Yes, we recognise its sovereignty. Moreover, we’d like Ukraine to act as a sovereign state. Joining any military bloc or any other rigid integration alliance amounts to a partial loss of sovereignty. But if a country opts for this and wants to cede part of its sovereignty, it’s free to do so. Regarding Ukraine and military blocs, this is what worries us, because if Ukraine joins, say, NATO, NATO’s infrastructure will move directly towards the Russian border, which cannot leave us indifferent.
So, there you have it. You can read the full interview HERE.
Give me 20 Putin's and I'll take every one of them above an Obama communist traitor. I'm pretty sure Putin would NEVER have released 5 terrorists for one army deserter. The deserter would have received a bullet instead. That's just one example of what Obama has done to America. No wonder so many people in America trash Putin - they're jealous he's such a great leader and they sit with Obama.
Envy tends to cloud one's judgement.