Comments on: Putin’s new ‘values pact’ Thu, 21 Jul 2016 07:57:19 +0000 hourly 1 By: KyleDexter Tue, 01 Apr 2014 18:45:16 +0000 Why should Putin follow the bankrupt model of the West? The West, and all of our “norms” only benefit us, not the rest of the world.

What Putin is doing is right. He needs to contain the West, which is exactly what he is doing!

By: yellowjap Tue, 01 Apr 2014 01:46:15 +0000 US, especially this administration forget simple basic fact. People need minimum 2 generations to change. Typically, it take 50 years to change. Interest point is where women allowed to decide whether to have child or not after being matured society member means starting late 20s till early 40s, people are ready to move on. But in these society, how many percentage of young women drop out dreaming to be princess is the real risk factor even in these countries.

I do believe east Europe is most ready place where these change to happen. But for now, you need Putin. Because you need somebody being able to stop when stupid boyfriend or husband got drunk or high.

You need Putin just because your babies got chance to grow up matured way, then they are able to remove Putin type of leaders. Funny thing is Putin looks quite clear knowing that destiny and show power only to control these dictator type.

Putin and Xi seems playing exact role model which people there need at current society stage. And Putin looks quite readying to retire and now facing unexpected busy work instead of hope to appeal quiet loved protector image making before retirement. I’m sure Putin is angry against Obama’s stupid try. Russia need Crimea for not losing control of energy.

And prevent to pass back control to Britain or US capitalist is essential for people in former eastern block to achieve competitive infrastructure against US. He is also very cautious about too many Chinese (including Korean) to be resident of these countries. So, when looking at reality, he is doing great job for former USSR citizen although USSR is gone.

Real danger comes from either from happy (crazy) dictators or populist democratic politicians. That how Imperial (Emperor had no power so democratic in reality) Japan got junta politicians take control and started stupid war. Army in peace country is always most dangerous to take control of politics and economy.

People and society need time to change. That time is too long to use for election in foreign. So, I do believe Putin is friend and Obama is enemy to people from this planet. Xi and PLA is too clever his people’s desire and capacity of acceptance in globe still have great difference. Xi will lose power if world show chance of win and Xi did not try. So, we have to weak China, for Xi to stay in power and Xi will do needed change of red China society not eating others including ROC.

By: keebo Thu, 27 Mar 2014 14:50:55 +0000 All those who want to live in a country run by a commie dictator raise their hands and write good things about Putin. Come to think of it maybe you should move to Russia and give him a hand by busting some heads.

By: yurakm Thu, 27 Mar 2014 04:48:11 +0000 “the Kremlin’s new anti-gay propaganda law seemed too severe and unenlightened for a country”

Is a fine of 4,000 to 5,000 rubles ($111 to $139 at the current exchange rate) really severe?

By: SanPa Thu, 27 Mar 2014 04:04:31 +0000 Putin is returning greatness to Russia. And he’s doing so without deficit-creating tax cuts.

By: jrpardinas Thu, 27 Mar 2014 01:53:00 +0000 Russia had to break away.

The West (i.e. Washington with its grandiose dreams of global military hegemony and European puppets in tow) has nothing good in store for Russia.

The writing was on the wall: Military encirclement (in Crimea they went for the jugular), the usual covert sowing of political chaos, then on to natural resource appropriation, handing yet another lot of economic serfs to the Western banking cartels.

I wish Putin and Russia all the best as they try sailing to Byzantium.

By: f00 Thu, 27 Mar 2014 00:01:23 +0000 Nice words this tool uses to sell the rot that the West offers — “civic norms,” “comfort and civility.”

The opening of borders to flood white nations with the Third World, promotion of homosexuality, codifying feminism as de facto state law — modernism in all its glory.

To oppose that is to be on the right side of history.

And really, anyone who holds up the laughable degenerates known as Pussy Riot as some avatar of freedom is a joke.

Go Vlad, go.

By: Fromkin Wed, 26 Mar 2014 18:46:11 +0000 So what’s the US trying to do? Colonize Russia like it did Europe? Is that possible? We’ll see.

“This helps explain why two members of the feminist punk group Pussy Riot were sentenced in 2011 to almost two years imprisonment for performing their anti-Putin prank “prayer” in Moscow’s main Cathedral of Christ the Savior.”

In the US, they would have received longer sentences for “trespassing” and destroying property. Someone tries to do what they did in a Synagogue or a Cathedral in Washington and see what happens to them.

As far as Crimea is concerned, the US would have done worse had extremists seized power in Mexico by force and installed an openly anti-American, unelected and undemocratic regime across the border.

Its a good thing that the warmongers in Washington get pushed back from time to time from their futile pursuit of world domination.

By: SeeEyeDog Wed, 26 Mar 2014 18:37:17 +0000 Nina, I am sorry, but the the “Liberal Democracy” model “has run out of steam”. There are really 3 hypothetical future visual paths:
1. Think of movie Elysium (without all that robot magic).
2. Think of movie Cyborg with JKVD (Post apocalyptic war world)
3. Age of Aquarius (no idea what that even looks like).

Perhaps, Marx was right after all? At the moment, we got labor surplus and it will only get worse.

By: Volgin Wed, 26 Mar 2014 18:22:18 +0000 The only prison camp in World these days without any justice – Guantanamo Bay