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Putin is the World’s Biggest Hypocrite

“Attempts to replace the universal principles of the U.N. Charter by unilateral actions or partisan deals, moreover to use force bypassing the U.N. do not do any good, as is well known.”

That was Vladimir Putin speaking to a group of foreign ambassadors in the Kremlin  yesterday, as he received their credentials.

Oh really, Mr. Putin? Did you wait for the approval of the United Nations before you invaded Georgia in 2008?  What nation, Mr. Putin, stood by your side as you made that attack,  so that it was not “unilateral” force such as you decry in your statement?

The Russian word for hypocrite is “лицемер” and it’s clear that Putin is the world’s biggest one. How in the world can this man, with a straight face, complain about circumventing the UN and acting unilaterally when that is exactly the policy he pursued in Georgia?!  Only be being utterly detached from reality, just as the rulers of the USSR always were.  He lives now in his own fantasy world, one where he can say anything because nobody in Russia will dare to challenge him, and like the Emperor and his “new clothes” nobody will tell him that the outside world is laughing.

For good measure, the Putin Kremlin also announced that the legislative elections which just transpired in Belarus, one of the world’s darkest and most barbaric dictatorships, were “free, open and relaxed“.  Such statements as these rank with the very most bizarre and unhinged Soviet clangers from the Cold-War era.  And in fact, not even then did the KGB dream of wielding kind of direct power it now has under Putin, meaning that, if anything, the neo-Soviet era is even more horrifying than its predecessor.

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37 responses to “Putin is the World’s Biggest Hypocrite

  1. siber_troll ⋅

    http://oleg-kozyrev.livejournal.com/4297220.html

    Kremlin prepares law allowing take children from their parents in court, even if there no reason to enter public care. easy to suppress russian protesting middle class

  2. Rare_F5_Twister ⋅

    Copicat of the US law. Russia so much wants to be on a par with the US at that. Not too bright.

  3. siber_troll ⋅

    so you admit Russia as backward state copies american traditions. but i dont believe this is copycat.

    • Rare_F5_Twister ⋅

      You don’t believe it? Fine! If you are interested in learning about the US legislation in that field you can Google for “Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act”, “Child and Family Services Improvement Act”, “Child Abuse Prevention and Enforcement Act” and various amendments, shit like that. But I can give you a not so short summary. In America we have Child Protective Services (CPS), in some states they may have different names like Department of Social Services (DSS), but let’s call tem CPS for convenience. So what the hell is CPS? It’s a governmental agency that responds to reports of child abuse or neglect. Every year they investigate about 3.5 million cases and only in one out of roughly four cases children are determined to be abused or neglected. How it works? Suppose the CPS receives a report that you abuse your children. What do they do next? They come along with cops and remove your children. They take your children away! They have anti-family mindset, exercise presumption of child abuse, and what is worst they have immediate power, which means they have the right to remove your children without any court trial just because they suspect you. Just because some illiterate officer thinks that you seem to abuse or neglect your child. They are totally out of control. In some cases they may let you stay with your children but only in presence of a third person. In that case you are lucky if your children have a grandma or you have a sweet neighbor old lady who can live with you while they investigate your case. But if you don’t they will take your children away no doubt about that. In many cases investigation may last 2, 3 or even 6 months. I personally know a couple who were separated with their three kids for half a year because a kindergarten teacher filed a report that they were presumably abusing their younger son who in fact was hyperactive with poor coordination and he had many bruises and grazes because he was hurting himself. As I mentioned before only one out of four cases proves to be a child abuse or neglect which means that in 3 out of four cases parents are separated with their children for no reason for month. In case of a false case they return your children but not before they have terrorized your, threatened, and endangered both your children and family. And when children are returned home, you won’t receive any apology and/or compensation. Finally, anyone can file a report on you. The reporter will enjoy presumption of good faith and the immunity for reporters of child abuse or neglect. If you have kids in the US you are under the constant CPS threat.

  4. elmer ⋅

    a seering indictment of Roosha in the words of their classics:

    – Московия – русь тайги, монгольская, дикая, зверинная.
    А. Толстой
    – Народ, который блуждает по Европе и ищет что можно разрушить, уничтожить только ради развлечения.
    Достоевский
    – Не народ, а скотина, хам, дикая орда душегубов и злодеев.
    Булгаков
    – Наиважнейшею приметою удачи русского народа есть его садистская жестокость.
    Горький
    – Ох как тяжко жить в России, в этом смердючем центре физического и морального разврата, подлости вранья и злодейства.
    Аксаков
    – Русский есть наибольший и наинаглейший лгун во всем свете.
    Тургенев

    – Народ, что ненавидит волю, обожает рабство, любит цепи на своих руках и ногах, грязный физически и морально…готовый в любой момент угнетать все и вся.
    Шмелев
    – Народ равнодушный до наименьшей обязанности, до наименьшей справедливости, до наименьшей правды, народ, что не признает человеческое достоинство, что целиком не признает ни свободного человека, ни свободной мысли.
    Пушкин

    Любой захват территории, любое насилие, любое угнетение Россия осуществляла не иначе, как под предлогом просвещения, либерализма, освобождения народов.

    Ф. Энгельс

    • Rare_F5_Twister ⋅

      Wow, what a rusty set of propaganda lies. It was revealed years ago that none of those classics hasn’t ever written anything like that. Except for F. Engels who wasn’t Russian anyway.

    • MCC ⋅

      Elmer, please add my favorite; a title of the poem written by Mikhail Lermontov ‘Praszczai niemytaia rossia..” – Translation ‘farewell unwashed russia – Lermontov, probably of Scotish origins, couldn’t accept the revolting lack of basic hygiene – this trend, by the way, continues, proudly, to these days in russia…

      • elmer ⋅

        In typical sovok fashion, there is yet another “denial” that these writers ever wrote anything, and besides, “Engels wasn’t Russian.”

        Neither was Catherine, who was from Germany (Prussia).

        Let the sovoks have their denials.

        The response is – “ever if they didn’t write it, it’s still true.”

        Russians learn nothing, and forget nothing.

        But the do know how to let “strong man” thugs take over.

        They they sit there and cry about it, and drink about it.

        • Rare_F5_Twister ⋅

          Come on, you must confess that you have pulled a boner once again for the umpteenth time, cheap pathetic russophobe. :D

        • Manfred Steifschwanz ⋅

          Элмер — Упорно и настойчиво овладевать боевым мастерством; не говори чепуху!

  5. Auriga ⋅

    Georgia made the attack and it is confirmed by european international comission.

    • MCC ⋅

      Russia made the attack on Georgia, the attack planned already in 2006 in order to prevent Georgia to join NATO…Russia succeeded, for a time being…Russia also succeeded, for a time being, to control North Caucasus independent states e.g., Dagestan, Chechnia, Ingushetia, South Ossetia, Abhkazia, TATARSTAN, and the long list of other people fighting for total independence from russia..All those subjugated people of russia have their own territories, own languages, own culture – the basic ingredience of any independent country of the world….

      • Auriga ⋅

        An independent international fact-finding mission headed by Swiss diplomat Heidi Tagliavini was established by the EU to determine the causes of the war. The commission was given a budget of €1.6 million and also incorporated earlier reports by the OSCE, HRW and other organisations.[93][316]

        The Report stated that conflict started “with a massive Georgian artillery attack…against the town of Tskhinvali and the surrounding areas, launched in the night of 7 to 8 August 2008″, but was “…mere culmination of series of provocations…” and that all sides share responsibility.[93]

        The commission found that all parties violated international law during the conflict. While the report acknowledged the presence of some non-peacekeeping Russian troops in South Ossetia, their presence did not justify the initial Georgian attack. The EU Report found that the Georgian actions were disproportionate as a response to low level attacks by South Ossetian forces.

        The report also stated that “the use of force by Georgia against Russian peacekeeping forces in Tskhinvali in the night of 7/8 August 2008 would be contrary to international law”. The report said that “if the Russian peacekeepers were attacked”, then “the immediate [Russian] reaction in defense of Russian peacekeepers” would be justified, as “Russia had the right to defend its peacekeepers, using military means proportionate to the attack” (the report did not have facts to substantiate the claimed attack on the peacekeepers, but found it “likely” that Russian PKF casualties occurred). The later, second, part of Russian actions, is characterised as “the invasion of Georgia by Russian armed forces reaching far beyond the administrative boundary of South Ossetia”, and is considered to be “beyond the reasonable limits of defence”. With respect to the war’s second theater, the report found the Abkhaz/Russian attack on the Kodori Gorge was not justified under international law.[93]

      • Sombar ⋅

        and Basque doesn’t have their own territory, language, culture? what about Quebec? stop talking nonsense. If anyone, Tatarstan wants no part of separation from Russia. their life under Russia is prospering, out of all republics.

        • MCC ⋅

          Tatarstan WANTS INDEPENDENCE AND TOTAL SEPARATION FROM RUSSIA MORE THAN ANY OTHER NATION UNDER THE RUSSIAN YOKE. By the way, the independence of Tatarstan was given during Yeltsin’e time – putin took it away the minute he came to power….

  6. mingthemerciless ⋅

    You can talk like a lawyer(spit) all you want, the remaining fact is that like Germany and Japan in ’39, Russia set up Georgia, fabricated pretexts and invaded, like sordid little nazi Imperialists…and they only retreated because they could not really afford universal opprobrium…as every states, even Russia’s client one, felt threatened by that pedophile little faggot in the Kremlin…Had this illegal occupation continued, it would have triggered a gigantic arm race that noboby, especially Russia, could afford!

    • MCC ⋅

      Come to think of this mingthemarciless, I can’t get over the pleasure seeing those pitiful russian soldiers, hungre, dirty, drunk stealing toilet seats and Black and White TV sets from the Georgian population – it was just a glimse of reality in russia….

  7. You would think russians would have invented or at least imitated these mudder trucks, given the state of their road network…but I guess we’ll have to let them chew on the idea a few more years, as these retarded mongols great great great grand sons of slaves of the Golden Horde Mongols need time, mucho time to chew and walk at the same time! Right Auriga and Twister Twit? Typical Russian roads(We call them “winter roads” in Canada, used only when frozen)

    You think they do better in winter? NOT IN RUSSIA…same lena highway…permanent nightmare…Pooty Poot dont care, he goes by helicopter and jets:

    • Rare_F5_Twister ⋅

      I remember you babbling about those dirt roads just a few weeks ago. Hell, you are redundant. What is that, senile sclerosis? Great on contributing to the low net quality of cheap pathetic russophobes! Keep on babbling.

      • MCC ⋅

        mingthemerciless, the insulting statement above by rare twister means that he agrees with you – that how the poor russian minds work – russia’s roads are truly the laughing stock of the world as countless other humiliating realities of russia… I cannot stress more, being Polish Catholic, what a pleasure it is to see russia totally humiliated and defeated by Europe and China….but Russia can count on some of the ‘great’ allies, e. g., Island of Nauru, N. Korean, Venezuela, Iran – did I miss any of the ‘world powers’ associated with russia???

        • Rare_F5_Twister ⋅

          Hey, Polished Catholic! Could you please answer one simple question. Does the Pope shit in the woods? :D

          • Manfred Steifschwanz ⋅

            Haha, this time I’ll answer on behalf of the Pshek — I hope it won’t irritate anyone but himself.

            Q: Does the Pope shit in the woods?

            A: It depends. More specifically: If the Pope is Pshek, he actually shits in a library trying to master toilet training by reading aloud: “Holy shit!!!”

            • Rare_F5_Twister ⋅

              Holy shit! Remeber that motto mccusa. Because that’s what your Polished and Ground Сatholic Babbling is summarized to. Now you have to stand in awe! You really have to stand in awe!

          • MCC ⋅

            cyryl patriarch of russia and volodia putin oni trakhayut maltszykov utram ili veczerom..

        • Manfred Steifschwanz ⋅

          Yes, you missed quite a few: Germany, Brazil, and — most notably — China. What the hell is it that would make a Pshek russophobe bet on China, apart from utter psychotic hallucinations? But, most significantly, a grovelling little Western supremacist in Pshekistan is bound to fail to recognize the world’s peoples. Unlike you, little Pshek, I am fluent in many languages and so I can see for myself what bloggers outside the Anglosphere think of world politics in a broad sense.

          • MCC ⋅

            Hey kleine schwaine, what a typical humongous russian inferiority complex, you, obosranyi ruskiy bendashka – you have to repeat daily how ‘superior’ you are… Make a russian orthodox sign of cross forehead, foreskin left and right – gospodni pomyiui feeling better already….??

            • Manfred Steifschwanz ⋅

              Next to the world’s brightest Pshek, we’re ALL obsessed by humongous inferiority complex, mccusa.

              Q: Does the Pope shit in the woods?

              A: It depends. More specifically: If the Pope is Pshek, he actually shits in a library trying to master toilet training by reading aloud: “Holy shit!!!”

      • Manfred Steifschwanz ⋅

        Wrong, mccusa. Rare_F5_Twister has correctly pointed out that Ming, just like yourself, is committed to imbecilic psychobabble 24/7. And your babble doesn’t quite appear LESS imbecilic as you try to “corroborate” it by sheer, void arrogance. But, once again: For being a Pshek, your intelligence is fairly impressive, after all.

        Q: How come Pshek garbage collectors make so much money?

        A: The explanation for this is two-fold. Firstly, they are DULY rewarded for the substantial risk of robbery. Secondly, they are UNDULY making big bucks off of selling the merchandise!

  8. “I remember you babbling about those dirt roads ”
    A good joke is worth repeating…after all the lies russophile commies keep repeating over and over, there you have the graphic evidence that communists are utterly incompetents, their supersonic jets falling apart, nuclear submarines catching fire underwater or exploding, space rockets vanishing with the crewmembers’ names erased from all records and there you see these mujiks unable to build roads in marshy terrains…

    OK, BOY, I’ll tell you how to do it(big state secret!)…if you do it in the summer, the biggest tractor will sink in the mud like in the ocean…you do it in the winter when everything is frozen hard, the huge diggers break up the frozen mud and carry it away and you fill the trench with broken stones to the bedrock and voilà, a road that will last you a thousand years or more…see the Via Appia in Rome, 2500 years old…going also through marshes and all!

    However, I’m afraid that this kind of forward thinking is beyond the capability of Monfreddie the commie or twisting babushka…
    (I just imagine her with a boxer’s broken nose, cauliflower ears, a bunch of big scars and huge moles with big black hairs growing out of them!!!)

    • Rare_F5_Twister ⋅

      Hey, Bogeyman, your practice of looking for pictures to support your silly claims is as pointless as it is pathetic. Google easily reveals piles of derailed trains, crashed cars and planes, forest fires, collapsed bridges and structures, shipwrecks, shit like that, all pictured in your precious Canada.

      OK, OLD FART, here’s my response. The method of building a road by first removing the muskeg down to the bedrock and then filling the resulting trench with rubble that you described is cute and that’s all about it. That’s cute and totally useless as long as the Lena Highway is concerned. Because if you were not such an illiterate IGNORANUS you would have known that any construction must be economically justified in the first place. The only reason why an all-year road still does not exist in place of the Lena Highway is just because it is not feasible to invest tens of billions of dollars into construction and maintenance of a 1000+ km all-year road to maintain uninterrupted access to some remote settlements in the middle of nowhere. If you’re still opposing that give me at list one example of a similarly long all-year road built in North-West Canada or wherever else permafrost exists or else you begin to look like a brainless baboon.

  9. Say, Twisting Babushka…how many Trans Siberian trains where fried by the burning blowtorches of the Trans Siberian pipeline??? Over and over and over? A thousand? Who know…When commie mujiks detect a pressure drop due to a gas leak, instead of shutting down the line, they raise the pressure…typical communist reasoning!!!

    • Rare_F5_Twister ⋅

      Hey, Mirthless Muskeg I have no idea what you are babbling about but a thousand of burnt trains sounds like a pure drivel.

  10. Russkia’s problem is that nowhere there is worth investing because you commie mobsters are going to steal everything..

    I just worked on a 300 million$ highway crossing the Laurentides,
    I worked on the Yukon’s Dermpsey highway:
    Here’s the Dempsey highway to Inuvik:

    James Bay 600 miles road to giant hydro-electric projects:

    See, it is PAVED!!!

    Here’s a wolf there, his shoulder as high as the widow sill, begging for a treat!

    Here’s other side of the James Bay, a winter road!(same as Russia!)NOT TRAVELED IN SUMMER!!!

    http://www.jamesbaywinterroad.com/mnrwinterroadmap.bmp

    See, Ive been flying also all over the Arctic…even saw Russians with their Antonov II…heating the cabin with coal stoves!!!…they used the stove to heat the engine to start it!!!(I used plumber’s blow pot, burning naphtha!)

    Brainwashed Commies’ particularity is being ignorant of events in their own countries, I was talking the Ufa or Asha explosion of the pipeline wiping out TWO passenger Trans-Siberian trains full of children passing by. It was said to have been bigger than the Hiroshima A-bomb.

    If the commies admit to 500 victims, you can bank on 2,000 being the true number:

    http://www.nytimes.com/1989/06/05/world/500-on-2-trains-reported-killed-by-soviet-gas-pipeline-explosion.html

    • MCC ⋅

      What would those bloody, drunk and hungry russian bastards do without the help of the West. We should stop helping those abominable kleptocratic slaves – let them rot…

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