Vladimir Putin to US journalist: Don’t be an idiot

"Putin inherited a ransacked and bewildered country, with a poor and demoralized people. And he started to do what was possible -- a slow and gradual restoration. These efforts were not noticed, nor appreciated, immediately." Alexander Solzhenitsyn

“Do these people have any common sense at all?”

…by Jonas E. Alexis

 

One doesn’t have to agree with everything that Putin does in order to give him some credit. You have to at least agree that he is way too smart for US journalists who do not want to play by the rules. You can say that he is intrepid when he is answering questions from journalists. If he has to scold you really bad, he will do it.

A CBS reporter has recently asked Putin: “How will the firing of James Comey affect US-Russia relations?” Putin responded:

There will be no effect. Your question seems ridiculous to me. Don’t be angry with me. We have nothing to do with that. President Trump is acting in accordance with his competence and in accordance with his law and Constitution. And what about us? Why us? You see I’m going to go play hockey. You’re invited.”

In other words, why is the journalist asking Putin a question that has everything to do with the US and Americans and virtually little to do with Russia? If Trump decides to fire James Comey, that’s his prerogative.

Furthermore, didn’t NWO agent relentlessly declare that Russia hacked the US election? Why do they really think that a smart man like Putin would answer a question that has nothing to do with him? Sadly, both the Time and the New York Daily News seemed to have insinuated that Putin’s answer to the reporter was weird,[1] which is another way of saying that Putin is probably in denial.

You see, you are welcome to say that Putin is part of the New World Order, but I would respectfully disagree with you. Putin has his own flaws, as we all do. But are we seriously looking for a perfect leader?

The fact that Putin has challenged the New World Order ideology in Syria should at least be a piece of evidence which indicates that Putin is not part of the essentially diabolical system that seeks to destroy much of the West and the Middle East.


[1] Aric Jenkins, “Vladimir Putin Says Russia Had ‘Nothing to Do With’ James Comey Firing,” Time, May 10, 2017; “SEE IT: Vladimir Putin grins, says ‘we have nothing to do with’ James Comey firing before ice hockey game,” NY Daily News, May 10, 2017.

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14 Responses to "Vladimir Putin to US journalist: Don’t be an idiot"

  1. Edward Longshanks  May 13, 2017 at 4:44 pm

    I often ask myself, US politicians or journalists feel themselves as fools?
    Who is the idiot with no connections to the Russians? The US is the country with the most impact on other countries on the planet. Beside those many regime changes and hundreds of wars, the most famous, is the election of Boris Yeltsin in 1996. His forecasts were at 8%, so the Clintons sent their entire election campaign team to Russia and more than 500 Million US$ were transferred in favour of Yeltsin. His biggest encounter, Mr. Sjuganow, had a budget of 3 Million US$. The published opinion in the US is as usual madness. This only answer to crazy US journalists could be to stand behind Mr. Putin and to answer “This is Sparta”.

    • Andrew_Bukanov(Russia)  May 14, 2017 at 7:29 am

      Greetings, Edward! Your comment is true. I wonder how USA could miss such moment, when Russia was in knockdown.

  2. rebelofoz  May 12, 2017 at 7:28 pm

    I love it when Putin kicks the Kosher Nostra a.k.a. the Anglo-Judean Axis of Greed against the shin. However, he’s way to warm and fuzzy with notorious Jewish supremacists like the Lubovitchers. For that reason, I won’t trust him till he does at least 1 out of 4 things:

    1. nukes Israhell,
    2. admits that the Holocaust narrative is a hoax,
    3. admits that Germany is not to blame for Word War 2, but was forced into it, every single step,
    4. apologises to the German people for the Hellstorm.

    If you don’t know where I’m coming from read M.S. King’s “The Bad War” and Thomas Goodrich’s “Hellstorm” or at least watch the 1h 20m “Hellstorm” documentary.

  3. Imre Tihanyi  May 12, 2017 at 3:10 pm

    Somewhat crude at times, but to the point, no B.S.! Mr. Putin came into the presidency of Russia, just in time, if He didn’t arrive when He did, the, re-formed Soviet Jewish Oligarchs, with the help of their International Kosher Nostra Banksters, would have, ripped off all of the wealth, of the Russian People. Thank GOD, for Mr. Putin. Pray Russia,
    that He is going to be around for a long, long time!

  4. Patricia Gray  May 11, 2017 at 8:17 pm

    I wish that we in the United States had an elected official with the moral and ethical backbone that Putin has. In the United States our politicians are all bought by the Zionists and follow the orders of Israel as we attack the Muslim people in the middle east. All these awful wars that the United States are involved in are illegal wars of plunder. The United States is bankrupting itself for these illegal wars. We have no right to kill these people . We need to take care of the many serious problems we have at home. We need to end all these wars and bring all of our troops back home. We need to change our tax system so that the rich pay their fair share. I don’t know when the people of this nation will face the fact that WE are the TERRORISTS and change our leadership. We need to kick out the corrupt and look for candidates who display the moral and ethical backbone that Putin displays.

  5. Randa  May 11, 2017 at 5:16 pm

    Thank you Jonas. You are the man. Putin is the man. It is understandable how you are to see him clearly.

    Honestly, when I think of what Putin has done and retained his integrity having to deal with:

    (1) Obama, the Ratbag
    (2) Trump, the Pedophile
    (3) Erdogan, the psycho pseudo Muslim
    (4) Netanyahu, the incarnate of evil
    (5) Western journalism and their river/ocean of lies about him
    (5) The Russian Oligarchs.

    My goodness. THIS is the man who should receive a Nobel Peace Prize.

    • rebelofoz  May 12, 2017 at 7:30 pm

      If anyone deserve the Nobel Peace Prize it is Adolf Hitler post humus. Read “The Bad War”!

    • Andrew_Bukanov(Russia)  May 14, 2017 at 7:26 am

      At first – find his fossils, after that worship him as much as possible…

  6. alan benfield  May 11, 2017 at 4:37 pm

    Ah if only the US had a leader as smart as Putin, he plays chess while those journalists play checkers.

  7. JohninMK  May 11, 2017 at 12:51 pm

    That journo had Putin for perhaps 30 seconds at most before he went to play and that, of all the important events going on in the world at the moment, was the most important topic on his mind!

    What a wasted opportunity.

  8. Amelius  May 11, 2017 at 11:20 am

    From Russia Insider, regarding Lavrov’s hilarious reply:

    “Imagine you are walking down the street minding your own business. All of a sudden, a feral US journalist emerges from the bushes and begins to eat its own feces. What should you do?”

    That’s priceless! 😆.

    Reporter: “Does the Comey firing cast a shadow on your talks, gentlemen?”

    Lavrov: “Was he fired? You’re kidding. You’re kidding!”

    🎤 drop and walk away.

  9. Snoop Dough  May 11, 2017 at 11:16 am

    Love your articles. Much respect and although I don’t comment anymore, I always read your insights with high regards.

  10. Cold Wind  May 11, 2017 at 9:44 am

    Hockey is a rough game, but loads of fun. You have to respect Putin, who plays the game knowing a body check could crack a rib or roughly bruise a shoulder. Not a game for sissies.

    • Amelius  May 11, 2017 at 11:30 am

      You’re absolutely right. Everything in hockey hurts. Whether it’s an accidental stick to the chops, or an intentional body check into the boards, or getting in the way of a frozen, vulcanized rubber puck, when you lace up a pair of skates to go out and play a game of hockey, chances are, you are going to feel pain. Not to mention, fist fighting is a part of the game. That being said, the feeling of setting up a goal, or scoring one yourself, is an amazing sensation. Certainly loads of fun, and not for sissies.

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