Victory Day, Moscow 2018

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Gordon Duff is a Marine combat veteran of the Vietnam War. He is a disabled veteran and has worked on veterans and POW issues for decades. Gordon is an accredited diplomat and is generally accepted as one of the top global intelligence specialists. He manages the world’s largest private intelligence organization and regularly consults with governments challenged by security issues.

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17 COMMENTS

  1. Here we have the language barrier used as a hostage taking tool. The US should teach Russian and Chinese and much as Russians and Chinese teach English and we would see a completely different political picture. But , because Americans do not know Russian or Chinese, we are at the mercy of our small leaders.

    Da.

    • And anyways, if we want to be independent of Britain, which we are currently not, we should adopt the language of our land. I believe the Navajo language is well regarded and Lakota or one of the northern languages would suffice as the official language of the US. Either this or stop complaining about Britain and Israel. Language makes a people. Who we are is up to what we teach our children.

  2. Being in Moscow for Bibi is enough evidence to blame a man, to whom half of VT showes respect (Putin)? Who of us saw their meeting, discuss, talks? If he came-there was a need. And what he got or didn’t from Putin – no one of us knows. 90% of VT visitors show hatred to the man we respect in Russia – Joseph Stalin. But Roosevelt and Churchill met him in Yalta and afterwards. And british and american magazines praised Stalin after victory. Now he is a tyrant for West. Yesterday yes, today no.
    I understand the emotions. I don’t like Bibi’s face and i would beat the face of Israel native jews (and they differ from ex-USSR jews) who are aggressive and torture Palestina, scornful warmongers and latent sadists. But don’t let the main vector change, because of a picture on TV.
    Sincerely, yours.

    • Don’t worry buddy, i understand the Putin difficult position in which he should make balance between multiple interests and he one said in a interview that the state’s relationships it’s not the same like between persons and before anything else he’s the president of Russia Federation first and should ensure the interests of around 150 milion russians citizens

    • You make good points, Andrew. I still respect Putin. I just don’t like seeing Bibi, especially with people who I respect.

  3. Obviously Russia has their own military industrial complex. Putin is a very intelligent and shrewd man. Also remember Netanyahu is not only the leader of Israel but also a U.S. Citizen. One can only assume Putin made a decision to bury any pride and invite Netanyahu to front and center of this impressive military parade. His purpose was evidently to demonstrate to Netanyahu the power of the Russian military today. A picture is worth a thousand words. Netanyahu goes home with powerful images in his head of Russia today. Clearly Putin could squash Israel like a fly if they so desired. Are they better than the U.S.? Who knows. Trump is planning his own parade this fall. The devil is in the details and who can deliver the most destructive weapons first without having them shot down in transit. Parades cannot demonstrate such details. Perhaps Putin should have invited Trump also. He deliberately only invited Bibi. Only time will tell who won this poker hand.

    • Nutty took out the darling of the parade (Panzir) and they didn’t even put up a defense. Putin bent over and nutty put a log in his as$. But Putin took it like a man…probably inviting Nutty back for another Russian event.

  4. Bibi “suddenly” droped his visits and came to Moscow. The reason was very serious. As we all know Russia showed intentions to bring S-300 to Syria. It will control Israel’s territory also. Jews are in panic and this is why Bibi came. They also know, that training Syrians for S-300 operation will take around one year. But jews are anxious that Iranian officers may operate it. They have trained personnel. I don’t know what will be next, but to see this cun fox muzzle Bibi on the Parade was very unpleasant for me…

  5. I stopped watching as soon as I saw Vlad walking beside that parasitical psychopath. WTF is that about? I knew Bibi would be in attendance, but I didn’t expect him to be at Putin’s side. I’m not impressed.

    • Is there no “leader” in this world that is not under the influence of the world’s worst human rights violator? Was there ever a point in history when such a terrible person was so readily welcomed by virtually all “leaders” on earth? Sure there are worse people alive than Netanyahu, but they live in the shadows and prefer to stay out of the limelight. I find Bibi’s prominent position in this event especially troubling, because of the problems Bibi is intentionally creating with nations who are supposed to be Russia’s ally, like Syria and Iran. Seriously, WTF is up with this?

    • If I were Vlad, the only place Bibi would be welcome in Russia is Black Dolphin prison. He’d fit right in with the murderers, serial killers, terrorists and maniacs.

  6. Damm it , a good lost opportunity to put up Nutanyajoo in front of a firing squad….

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