Thursday, 7 July 2016

Putin speaks out

Putin LOSES IT, Warns Journalists of War: 'I Don't Know How to Get Through to You People' (Video)

'How do you not understand that the world is being pulled in an irreversible direction?'
6 July, 2016

Vladimir Putin has finally taken the kid gloves off.
The Russian president was meeting with foreign journalists at the conclusion of the Saint Petersburg International Economic Forum on June 17th, when he left no one in any doubt that the world is headed down a course which could lead to nuclear war.

Putin railed against the journalists for their "tall tales" in blindly repeating lies and misinformation provided to them by the United States on its anti-ballistic missile systems being constructed in Eastern Europe. He pointed out that since the Iran nuclear deal, the claim the system is to protect against Iranian missiles has been exposed as a lie.

The journalists were informed that within a few years, Russia predicted the US would be able to extend the range of the system to 1000 km. At that point, Russia's nuclear potential, and thus the nuclear balance between the US and Russia, would be placed in jeopardy.

Putin completely lost patience with the journalists, berating them for lazily helping to accelerate a nuclear confrontation by repeating US propaganda. He virtually pleaded with the western media, for the sake of the world, to change their line:

We know year by year what's going to happen, and they know that we know. It's only you that they tell tall tales to, and you buy it, and spread it to the citizens of your countries. You people in turn do not feel a sense of the impending danger - this is what worries me. How do you not understand that the world is being pulled in an irreversible direction? While they pretend that nothing is going on. I don't know how to get through to you anymore.

Does anyone in the reeking garbage heap that is mainstream western media have a conscience? Do they even have enough intellect to get what Putin is saying - that they are helping to push the planet towards World War III?  
Rumour in the western press

Whereis Vladimir Putin? Russian President cancels string of meetings afterprolonged public absence

Leader not seen in public since July 1

Vladimir Putin has cancelled a series of scheduled appointments and meetings amid mounting speculation surrounding his failure to appear in public since July 1.
The last time the Russian president made a public appearance was at a summit in Finland, in which he warned the Kremlin could take action if the country joined Nato.
According to Russian news channel RBC, Mr Putin cancelled a meeting on tourism in Altai on 5 July, postponing it for an “indefinite period”. 

When RBC tried to find out why, the leader's “assistant receptionist” said he was on a business trip and would return on Monday.
He also failed to arrive to the opening ceremony he was supposed to attend on Wednesday at VI International Sports Games for the Children of Asia in Yakutia. 
This was blamed on the President having “a specific schedule that has the ability to change”. 
The President has also cancelled meetings on 7 July in Novogorod where he was due to visit the production site of Akron, a metal and mining company.
The various cancellations had already sparked rumours as to the President’s whereabouts, and the Kremlin is yet to address the matter.
However, according to online paper, Mr Putin’s absences are related to current relationships with Turkey and unfolding problems in Abkhazia – one of the areas of Georgia that declared itself an independent state in 2008 with the support of Russia.

The disputed region’s president, Raul Khajimba, said anti-government forces had put Abkhazia on the brink of “chaos and degredation” after protesters attempted to storm government buildings.
A source “close to the Kremlin” told Gazeta: “The President wants to focus and not be distracted. Regional travel will be moved to August - September, closer to the election.”
Rumours abounded the last time the Russian President vanished from the public eye for a few days, back in March 2015, providing a Tolstoyan compendium of stories explaining his absence.

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