…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, 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.
 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.
Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, the history of the Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the new book, Kevin MacDonald’s Metaphysical Failure: A Philosophical, Historical, and Moral Critique of Evolutionary Psychology, Sociobiology, and Identity Politics. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.