|Putin Is A Steely Statesman And Proven Leader
Putin took power in late 1999 at a time when Russia was defenseless, bankrupt, and being carved up by a group stealing its resources in collusion with America. Putin changed that and resurrected the crumbling empire once again into a nation-state with coherence and purpose. He is credited with halting the theft of his country’s wealth by the plutocracy and restoring Russia's military strength. Putin with blunt rhetoric refused to accept for Russia a subservient role in an American-run world under a system drawn up by foreign politicians and business leaders. The fact is many Russians credit him with saving Russia and Putin’s approval rating, after 17 years in power, exceeds that of any rival Western leader. His impressive strides toward making Russia great again explain why he is revered at home but he has also gained admirers in the West, despite a press that is every bit as savage to him as they are to President Trump.
|Putin Portrays A Tough Guy Image
Putin is a power broker and over the years we have seen him reach out and establish relationships and bonds with many countries. We can thank Obama's misguided policies and all the anti-Russian talk flowing out of America for this. Much of what we see today grows out of Putin's mid-2012 response to Obama. Our deep state's relentless effort to destroy him has failed. Putin, when challenged, ran over Obama and showed the world who ran the show in both Syria and Ukraine. The policy Obama employed has in many ways backfired and only enhanced Putin's image. It also caused Putin to turn Eastward in an effort to expand and build economic ties with our enemies. Even today the narrative of how Russia interfered in our election also rings of hypocrisy to all those who remember how Obama threatened the UK just before the Brexit vote that if passed America would send them to the end of the line when it came to trade.
|It Will Be Interesting When Trump And Putin Meet
Years ago, Putin aligned himself with traditionalists, nationalists, and populists of the West, and against what they had come to despise as their countries are slowly assimilated into the New World Order by the politicians they have elected to protect their culture and civilization. Casting himself as a God and country Russian patriot Putin also stands against the progressive moral decline of a Western elite that has cut its Christian roots to embrace secularism and hedonism. His supporters tend to be dubious of the claims flowing from their own government and the mainstream media which often whitewash some rather unsavory behavior on the part of their country while at the same time fixating on stories of Putin's old KGB comrades assassinating journalists, defectors, and dissidents.
The fact is Russian President Vladimir Putin not only remains popular in his own country where he was recently reelected by a huge margin but he also has admirers in nations whose political establishments are outright hostile to him. The fact is, Putin is viewed favorably by many people including millions who wish to see their nations secede from the EU. Many of these people see no problem and even their right to have their nation defined by a shared heritage, which usually includes a common language, a common faith or even a common ethnic ancestry. It will be most interesting to see if anything good comes from a meeting between Trump and Putin. working together the two countries could go a long way towards creating a far less dangerous world.
Footnote; This is part one of a two-part series. Part two will delve into things most Americans may or may not know about Russia. It will make an effort to bring a better understanding as to why the deep state continues to take a hard-line against more normal relations.
Part two has now been published, the link is located below.