Just Being Putin Being Just

Putin’s leadership is unequaled around the world. He deals in black and white whether in domestic front, as well as in international affairs.

Giving people back Russians’ livelihood while their employers play the usual businessman’s dirty excuses is not so difficult as Putin threatens a government takeover in front of the corporate owners.

Corporations are given no preferential treatment…

In international scene, he doesn’t take a back seat when his “partners from the West” forgot the decency to avoid interfering other countries’ affairs.

“Who gave coalition forces in Libya the right to eliminate Gaddafi? That’s the question Vladimir Putin’s been asking, during an official visit to Denmark. The Russian Premier also said NATO’s effectively joined one of the warring sides in the conflict. And more responsible action should be taken instead.”

His advice is pretty short and simple…

Not used to peaceful resolution to conflicts they themselves started, the West were unprepared for Russia’s withdrawal in Syria.

They are now busy formulating stories and “real reasons” behind Russia’s decision to fly fighter planes home after successfully destroying Daesh Islamic State. oil smuggling enterprise, the most blatant Khazarian Crime Mafia plunder on natural resources of a sovereign state so far.

But, is Putin’s agenda in Syria not black and white enough?

10 Major Accomplishments of the Age of Putin

March 26, 2015
Alexey Zernakov/(Nightly Moscow) Vm.ru
Translated by Kristina Rus

Fifteen years ago, on March 26, 2000 Vladimir Putin was first elected to the post of the President of Russia. After coming to power in difficult times, he not only managed to keep the country united. 15 years later we can say: we have again become a superpower with a developed economy, industry, a powerful army and navy. And may be not everything is smooth today. But then, 15 years ago, many people actually thought that the country was finished. However, Putin has managed to prove to the Russians and the whole world that we can not be easily defeated.

In fifteen years, thanks to the “swift tiger,” as President Vladimir Putin is called by Chinese journalists, our country is once again referred to with respect.

We have decided to make our own rating of achievements of Vladimir Putin and his team in the last 15 years, helped by experts from “Nightly Moscow”:


Alexei Mukhin, political scientist, Director of the Center for Political Information:

– Putin’s role in preserving the unity of Russian Federation is primary. The change in the territorial-administrative division of Russia, the creation of seven federal districts allowed to first slow down and then reverse the processes that were leading to a direct collapse of Russia into several pseudo-state entities. Fortunately, Boris Yeltsin timely sensed what was happening, and resigned as President. And Vladimir Putin in time identified existing threats and took a number of preventive measures.


Viktor Murakhovsky, chief editor of the journal “Arsenal of the Fatherland”:

– Remember Putin’s famous phrase: “Will smash in the toilet” [“If we find them in a toilet, we will smash them in the toilet” – KR] . As we remember, he was referring to the terrorists in North Caucasus. And Putin has played a huge role in that the First Chechen campaign, culminating with the Khasavyurt capitulation, was forgotten.

But the Russian army regenerated and played a decisive role in the defeat of terrorists. The key factor was not only the effectiveness of the armed and internal forces, but that the leadership of the country expressed a political will.


Mikhail Panchenko, political scientist:

Over the last fifteen years from a country ranking in the twenties-thirties by the degree of influence on world politics, we confidently moved into the top three – along with the US and China. The first ideological imperatives were laid down in the Munich speech of Vladimir Putin in 2007. But the first “applied” case when we showed iron will took place in August 2008 in South Ossetia. In essence Russia then stood up and said: “Tomorrow we will live by new rules!”


Maxim Safonov, Doctor of Economic Sciences, professor:

Over the past 15 years serious steps were made and the budget of our country has become truly socially oriented. But there is no limit for improvement, and I think we should not stop there. A good example is the joy of the inhabitants of Crimea after becoming a part of Russia. Because the level of pensions and social benefits there instantly rose to nationwide levels. Yesterday I was at a general meeting of the Russian Academy of Sciences, where Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev was speaking. And he clearly said that the social obligations will be fulfilled, despite the economic difficulties.


Vladislav Ginko, economist, Professor of the Russian Academy of National Economy and State Service:

Under Vladimir Putin, Russia has managed to significantly reduce the arrears to international financial institutions. Currently Russia, of course borrows in the foreign market, but in relation to the gross domestic product, this amount is small. First of all, it gives us the opportunity to pursue an independent policy.

Because loans from international organizations are very often accompanied by certain encumbrances. Which are often hidden behind vague wording. But often, after such “reforms” the standard of living of the population drops – we see it today in Ukraine. And, of course, if our debts were higher, the sanctions would hurt us more.


Boris Shmelev, Professor, head of the Center of Russian Foreign Policy Institute of Economy, RAN:

The creation of these financial institutions was largely initiated by Vladimir Putin himself. Huge amounts of money was directed there – about two trillion dollars that the country made from the sale of oil and gas in favorable market conditions. And this money allows us now in the situation of economic crisis to mitigate its effects. In many respects the Stabilization Fund will be focused on supplementing government’s social obligations.


Igor Korotchenko, chief editor of “National Defense” magazine:

Today we have qualitatively new armed forces. It is no exaggeration to say that today our army is one of the best in the world. It is recognized by all, including our opponents. It is under Putin, that our armed forces again became respected. Over the past 15 years we’ve been through a restructuring of the military-industrial complex. On the initiative of the President powerful vertically integrated holding companies were created, each of which brings together the entire chain of developers and manufacturers. As a result, Russia ranks second in the world in the export of weapons.


Sergei Markov, director of the Institute for Policy Studies, a member of the Public Chamber of Russia:

The creation of such associations is a key to sustainable economic development. Here is the emergence of new markets, and the possibility of joint development of technologies. But generally speaking, it is in fact the will of our people. The Russians want to stay close to those peoples who lived with us in the framework of the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union. And, very importantly, we see a positive response from our partner countries. The initiators of integration associations are, without a doubt, the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin and the President of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev.


Yelena Isinbayeva, two-time Olympic champion in the pole vault, the mayor of the coastal Olympic village-2014:

A major achievement is not only that we had a great Olympics from the point of view of organization, but that people from all over the world have discovered a new Russia: strong, modern and victorious. I worked with people, saw it from the inside and noticed how their mood changed from suspicion to amazement.

But how many were skeptics at first! Remember how in 2007 thanks to the personal speech of Vladimir Putin at the meeting of the organizing Committee in Guatemala, we were able to tip the scales in our favor to host the games.


Dmitry Orlov, political scientist, Director of the Agency for Political and Economic Communications:

Reintegration of Crimea into Russia was of great importance for the whole country. From a political point of view, it helped to create and expand a new coalition supporting the government. Emerged the phenomenon of patriotic mobilization of public opinion, which continues to this day. It is also called the “Russian Spring”. Today, according to research centers, this effect has not been yet exhausted. Of course, reintegration of Crimea was a very significant step, but, importantly, this is just one of the episodes of the era of Vladimir Putin.


Aside from the fiat monetary scam and blood-soaked petrodollar, another significant source of funds for the Nazionist Khazarian Mafia is the “healthcare” industry which registered a whopping $3.09 trillion in 2014, and is projected to soar to $3.57 trillion in 2017, in the US alone. We believe that this is just a conservative figure.

We can avoid using drugs, defeat any viral attack and  scaremongering, like the Zika virus, easily by knowing how to build our own comprehensive antiviral system. Find more about it here.

8 thoughts on “Just Being Putin Being Just”

  1. Hello Folks

    ‘As a results ranks second in the export of arms’ This proudly written within the article The Reform of The Army and The Military Industrial Complex. It listed as number seven in a list of President Putin’s accomplishments. Yes indeed the Russians now hold second place in the (making) and exporting of arms. Who have they replaced, and who are they about to replace, in their (Russia) success of making and selling of arms. Why the USA.

    And so the old worn out paradigm of Global Domination by State sponsored (war) terror, has shifted from the right of politics to the left of politics. Albeit a democratic left, namely Russia.

    The new alliance of Russia, India, and China will be the new leadership of the world. The Anglo-crafted, Law of The Sea, will be replaced by a newer doctrine and that newer doctrine will be policed (enforced) by the new alliance. Rule Brittania, Britania rules the waves is no more.

    Alas, her former colonies, especially Australia and New Zealand are been set up by the USA, to become the new jump off base that will- terrorise, the newly reconfigured political lines of the Pacific.

    Everything and nothing will have change, humanity will globally continue to live on a knife edge. Fear will run politics and budgets. You see my dear fellow human beings, a much more fundamental change is needed in our global humanity: an end to violence in human affairs.

    Anthony P Healy.

    1. For sure Anthony, but further to your comment it must be understood that a great deal of the ‘money men’ transferred their abodes or should I say set up another glamourised lifestyle in these emerging countries. It is rumoured that a certain rothschild is now living in China – this is just to keep a closer eye on ‘planned progress’ over in that part of the world. So in truth the puppet masters are still pulling the strings.

  2. Reblogged this on gimixiblog and commented:
    I certainly wish we had a president like Putin here in Canada. We are stuck with a globalist puppet like Trudeau. The UN Migration pact is one example of that.

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