Putin Now Thinks Western Elites Are ‘Swine’

By Dmitry Orlov
Russia Insider via Information Clearing House


“Putin thinks that the Americans are swine, and that their NATO satellites are swine too…. The mental image is of a chorus of little pigs accompanying a big swine.”  — Dmitri Orlov

March 13, 2019. An article I published close to five years ago, “Putin to Western elites: Play-time is over”, turned out to be the most popular thing I’ve written so far, having garnered over 200,000 reads over the intervening years. In it I wrote about Putin’s speech at the 2014 Valdai Club conference. In that speech he defined the new rules by which Russia conducts its foreign policy: out in the open, in full public view, as a sovereign nation among other sovereign nations, asserting its national interests and demanding to be treated as an equal. Yet again, Western elites failed to listen to him.

Instead of mutually beneficial cooperation they continued to speak the language of empty accusations and counterproductive yet toothless sanctions. And so, in yesterday’s address to Russia’s National Assembly Putin sounded a note of complete and utter disdain and contempt for his “Western partners,” as he has usually called them. This time he called them “swine.”

The president’s annual address to the National Assembly is a rather big deal. Russia’s National Assembly is quite unlike that of, say, Venezuela, which really just consists of some obscure nonentity named Juan recording Youtube videos in his apartment. In Russia, the gathering is a who’s-who of Russian politics, including cabinet ministers, Kremlin staffers, the parliament (State Duma), regional governors, business leaders and political experts, along with a huge crowd of journalists. One thing that stood out at this year’s address was the very high level of tension in the hall: the atmosphere seemed charged with electricity.

It quickly became obvious why the upper echelon of Russia’s state bureaucracy was nervous: Putin’s speech was part marching orders part harangue. His plans for the next couple of years are extremely ambitious, as he himself admitted. The plank is set very high, he said, and those who are not up to the challenge have no business going near it. Very hard work lies ahead for almost everyone who was gathered in that hall, and those of them who fail at their tasks are unlikely to be in attendance the next time around because their careers will have ended in disgrace.

The address contained almost no bad news and quite a lot of very good news. Russia’s financial reserves are more than sufficient to cover its entire external debt, both public and private. Non-energy-resource exports are booming to such an extent that Russia no longer needs oil and gas exports to maintain a positive balance of trade. It has become largely immune to Western sanctions. Eurasian integration projects are going extremely well. Russian government’s investments in industry are paying dividends.

The government has amassed vast amounts of capital which it will now spend on domestic programs designed to benefit the people, to help Russians live longer, healthier lives and have more children. “More children—lower taxes” was one of the catchier slogans. This was what most of the address was about: eradication of remaining poverty; low, subsidized mortgage rates for families with two or more children; pensions indexed to inflation above and beyond the official minimal income levels (corrected and paid out retroactively); high-speed internet for each and every school; universal access to health care through a network of rural clinics; several new world-class oncology clinics; support for tech start-ups; a “social contract” program that helps people start small businesses; another program called “ticket to the future” that allows sixth-graders to choose a career path that includes directed study programs, mentorships and apprenticeships; lots of new infrastructure projects such as the soon-to-be-opened Autobahn between Moscow and St. Petersburg, revamped trash collection and recycling and major air pollution reductions in a dozen major cities; the list goes on and on. No opposition to these proposals worth mentioning was voiced in any of the commentary that followed on news programs and talk shows; after all, who could possibly be against spending amassed capital on projects that help the population?

Perhaps the most ambitious goal set by Putin was to redo the entire system of Russia’s government regulations, both federal and regional, in every sphere of public life and commerce. Over the next two years every bit of regulation will be examined in order to determine whether it is necessary and whether it responds to contemporary needs and if it isn’t or doesn’t it will be eliminated. This will significantly ease the burden of regulatory compliance, lowering the cost of doing business. Another goal was to continue growing the already booming agricultural export sector. Last year Russia achieved self-sufficiency in wheat seed stock, but the overall goal is to achieve complete self-sufficiency in food and to become the world’s provider of ecologically clean foodstuffs. (As Putin pointed out, Russia remains the only major agricultural producer in the world that hasn’t been contaminated by American-made GMO poisons.) Yet another goal is to further grow Russia’s tourism industry, which is already booming, by introducing electronic tourist visas that will be much easier to obtain.

Last year’s addressed surprised the world with its second part, in which Putin unveiled a whole set of new Russian weapons systems that effectively negate every last bit of US military superiority. This year, he added just one new system: a supersonic cruise missile called “Zirkon” with a 1000 km range that flies at Mach 9. But he also provided a progress report on all the others: everything is going according to plan; some new armaments have already been delivered, others are going into mass production, the rest are being tested. He spoke in favor of normalized relations with the EU, but accused the US of “hostility,” adding that Russia does not threaten anyone and is not interested in confrontation.

Putin’s sharpest words were reserved for the US decision to abandon the IMF treaty. He said that the US acted in bad faith, accusing Russia of violating the treaty while they themselves violated it, specifically articles 5 and 6, by deploying dual-use launch systems in Romania and Poland which can be used for both air defense and for offensive nuclear weapons which the treaty specifically prohibits. Nuclear-tipped Tomahawk cruise missiles, which the US could deploy in Poland and Romania, would of course pose a risk, but would not provide the US with anything like a first-strike advantage, since these cruise missiles are obsolete to the point where even Syria’s Soviet-era air defenses were able to shoot down most of the ones the US lobbed at them as punishment for the fake chemical weapons attack in Douma.

Speaking of the American dream of a global air defense system, Putin called on the US to “abandon these illusions.” The Americans can think whatever they want, he said, but the question is, “can they do math?” This needs unfolding.

First, the Americans can think whatever they want because… they are Americans. Russians do not allow themselves the luxury of thinking complete and utter nonsense. Those who are not grounded in fact and logic tend to get the Russian term “likbez” thrown in their faces rather promptly. It literally decodes as “liquidation of illiteracy” and is generally used to shut down ignoramuses. But in the US shocking displays of ignorance are quite acceptable. For an example, you need to look no further than the astonishingly idiotic “Green New Deal” being touted by the freshman congresstwit (how’s that for a gender-neutral appellation?) Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. If she were Russian she’d have been laughed right out of town by now.

“But can they do math?” Apparently not! There is another Russian term—“matchast”—which literally decodes as “material part” but stands for the understanding that can only be achieved through the knowledge of mathematics, the hard sciences and engineering. In Russia, ignoramuses like Ocasio-Cortez, who think that transportation needs can be provided by electric vehicles powered by wind and solar, get shut down by being told to go and study “matchast” while in the US they are allowed to run wild in the halls of congress.

In this case, if Americans could “do math,” they would quickly figure out that there is no conceivable defensive system that would be effective against the new Russian weapons, that there are no conceivable offensive weapons that would prevent Russia from launching an unstoppable retaliatory strike, and that therefore the “new arms race” (which some Americans have been daft enough to announce) is effectively over and Russia has won. See above: Russia is not spending its money on weapons; it is spending it on helping its people. The US can squander arbitrary amounts of money on weapons but this won’t make an iota of difference: an attack on Russia will be the last thing it ever does.

Russia does not plan to be the first to violate the ABM treaty, but if the US deploys intermediate-range nuclear weapons against Russia, then Russia will respond in kind, by targeting not just the territories from which it is threatened but the locations where the decisions to threaten it are taken. Washington, Brussels and other NATO capitals would, clearly, be on that list.

This shouldn’t be news; Russia has already announced that in the next war, should there be one, will not be fought on Russian soil. Russia plans to take the fight to the enemy immediately. Of course, there won’t be a war—provided the Americans are sane enough to realize that attacking Russia is functionally equivalent to blowing themselves up with nuclear weapons.

Are they sane enough? That is the question that is holding the world hostage.

It is in speaking of them that Putin used the most withering word in his entire address. Speaking of Americans’ dishonesty and bad faith in accusing Russia of violating the ABM treaty while it was they themselves who were violating it, he added: “…and the American satellites oink along with them.” It is rather difficult to come up with an adequate translation for the Russian verb “подхрюкивать”; “oink along with” is as close as I am able to get.

The mental image is of a chorus of little pigs accompanying a big swine. The implication is obvious: Putin thinks that the Americans are swine, and that their NATO satellites are swine too. Therefore, they shouldn’t expect Putin to scatter any pearls before them and, in any case, he’ll be too busy helping Russians live better lives to pay any attention to them.


37 thoughts to “Putin Now Thinks Western Elites Are ‘Swine’”

  1. Putin sounds too good to be true? Are, is, we, he, living in a parallel universe? @ Pat can you give us your put-in about Putin?

    1. Absolutly fantastic article. I lived 19 years in Communism and Russians made a big mistake to invade the Czechs in 1968. If they let us do what is the best for people, all East Europe will be with Putin. Some kind of Chinese solution. And we have it. From Dubcek in 1968 all slavic communist countries should copy our new capitalistic socialism with a human face. Not the rat race and 12,000 people sleeping on the streets of Honolulu and the beaches of Hawaii, and lot of them are Hawaiians. Capitalism must get a human face, how? Ask me.

  2. All I know is that the insanity of Americans is on display day in, day out, without let or pause.

    I know that they wage war all over the planet both overtly and covertly. They spend much more on their military and a thousand bases all over the world.

    I know that their government is practically neutered, or mischievious.

    Every day I am reminded of their trash culture on the TV, the internet and in the movies they produce. The list goes on.

    The Russians may be up to no good, but if so, it is better hidden.

  3. Orlov is a Russian Jew who has concerns for the “safety” of Israel. Since when does a regional hegemon like Israel have “safety” concerns? I stopped reading Orlov’s articles once I found out he was another fork-tongued member of the tribe.

    I emphasize fork-tongued. I stopped taking him seriously when I found him moaning about “poor” Israel. Gilad Atzmon doesn’t shill for Israel; I take him more seriously than Orlov. It takes some digging but you can find out Orlov’s loyalties and origins.

      1. It is the spooky behaviour I look out for — you know, like shilling, lying, misdirecting or in-your-face arrogance. Orlov is like Ralan — his job is to blame “the West” whilst conveniently forgetting who has run the Western show for the last 200 years (at least!). These guys are always working on a project.

    1. Are you sure? Could you please post some links to his background, I could not find anything to substantiate your statement?

  4. Marcus –

    Thanks for asking.

    ‘Put-On’ gets richer as his poor countrymen have no heat & little food and are paid $300 a month as nurses and firemen…etc. Skilled laborers make even less. US companies see “YUGE” profits from cheap labor there.

    ‘Put-On’ and Trump are partners in numerous business ventures.

    Russia is a member of BIS, and ‘Put-On’ is paid well for his compliance.

    During his reign, many Russian insiders and experts believe that Putin has used his power to do a little more than improve life for the common Russian citizen. While many previously state-owned industries were privatized, Putin allegedly has used his power to build large secret ownership stakes several multi-billion dollar commodity firms. His most vocal critics assert that Putin has leveraged his power to acquire a 4.5% ownership stake in natural gas producer Gazprom, a 37% stake in oil company Surgutneftegas and 50% stake in Swiss oil-trader Gunvor. Gazprom alone does over $150 billion in revenue annually, Guvnor does $80 billion and Surgutneftegas over $20 billion. Using their most recent market capitalizations, Putin’s combined ownership stakes would give him a personal net worth of $70 billion.


    Rather than “sharp words” for US… ‘Put-On’ needs to use them on his banker-bosses in London & damn the $$$!! 🙂

    1. Thanks Pat, we live in a jewish rigged system.
      The aim is to have a fusion between the jews from the west, jemarica and jewrope and the east, jewrussia. One big centralised jew world.

    2. This is total BS for low grade morons. Why would he put even one cent in a bank where it will be confiscated, while buying gold for the country? If anything he would stock wealth in gold and not in a place where West has access to it. Sorry body, this is bloody nonsense. But keep earning your shekels…..making a clown out of yourself.

  5. I also think Western (and Eastern) elites are swine.
    The eat pickled pig’s feet (and horses), don’t they..

    1. And dogs……DOGS, for Chrisssake!!! But I don’t think it’s only the elites, but just “regular” Asian people, mostly in China so I hear.

    2. Well, one becomes what one eats, what one thinks, and what one says. For example, the Word, even as spoken by mankind, carries and delivers creative power where needed, wanted, or desired. It would seem we have carried ourselves away in desire.
      I come not here to pooh-pooh Putin. Rather, I express regret over the hackneyed (if metaphorical) denigration of sus scrofa and kissing cousins in the post and comments. Here & Now on Soleil Farm, however, we get it. More than 50 years ago, I read Animal Farm, written by one of several go-to 20th-Century prescientologists, G.O. Born in 1947 (rumor has it that the birth room of the US, Inc., CIA was just down the hall from me!), I have witnessed fingers writing and moving on, the forcefully prophetic words coming into our being, here & now.
      I think we’re getting played, BIG TIME! with this Hegelian dialectic of Russia-________. I have no idea which label I best insert. Any suggestions?

      1. AD –

        “I think we’re getting played, BIG TIME! with this Hegelian dialectic of Russia-________. I have no idea which label I best insert. Any suggestions?”

        Many. Here is one:
        “I think we’re getting played, BIG TIME! with this Hegelian dialectic of Russia…. has nuke missiles.”

        The reaction is what the Fed boys play to get – FEAR!

        Solution – more military SPENDING. More DEBT!

      2. Yup; tis a neverending dialectic of East vs West vs East vs West vs East vs West vs East.

        Russia, Europe, US and China all have burgeoning trade with Israel. Everything else is flak.

  6. Belief requires choosing between Orlov’s report or Buzgalin’s just last year.
    I believe that ‘Put-On’ is losing popularity because he has not changed much for the PEOPLE…. but has done much for himself!

    There stil exists “social strata with class interest to keep this semi-bureaucratic, semi- capitalist system with a lot of elements of feudalism” intact.

    A modern Marxist tells his story:
    ALEXANDER BUZGALIN: “First of all, not Putin, but administration of president. This is big difference. Administration of president is not simply group of bureaucrats, this is people who has very strong connections with business, with executive power in regions, and so on. So, really, there is more or less informal, without exact borders, strata, again, social strata with class interest to keep this semi-bureaucratic, semi- capitalist system with a lot of elements of feudalism, to keep this system.”

    It’s like in a feudal country, where from feudal barons, you’re coming to one king. Some barons will have even more power and more influence and more property, but some will be killed or in prison. It was in France, it was everywhere. The same in Russia in twenty-first century. We have many remnants of late feudalism in our country, unfortunately. So, and now, state expresses interests of the class, but if one baron will decide to take too much for himself or to destroy this power or to change a little bit of this power, he will be in the prison.

    The story of Khodorkovsky is relatively simple. He decided not to follow to the common rules, he proposed socialization of economy, he said that too big social differentiation and absence of industrial policy is not good for the economy in general and for accumulation of capital. And if you want, we Russia, want to have growth, if we want to have new quality of development, it’s necessary to change economic model. But it was not profitable for continuation of the policy which was before, and which is now. And he went to prison because he didn’t pay taxes. But in Russia in ’90s, nobody paid taxes, so everybody could be in prison.
    PAUL JAY: So, if the state wants somebody in prison, there’s always a ready reason to do it.

    ALEXANDER BUZGALIN: It was enormous. It was necessary to show that if you don’t follow our common rules, you will be in prison.

  7. Dmitry wrote in the article:
    “Non-energy-resource exports are booming to such an extent that Russia no longer needs oil and gas exports to maintain a positive balance of trade. It has become largely immune to Western sanctions. Eurasian integration projects are going extremely well. Russian government’s investments in industry are paying dividends.”

    That is due to the 500+ American companies & the myriads of Public-Private Partnerships together… manufacturing for ‘Put-On’ there today.


    ‘Put-On’ dreams of UN $$$ USD now…. as he “BIGGLY” supports the London Bankers’ UN Agenda 21 & ‘Sustainable Development’ & ‘Smart Cities’…. TODAY!

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    From Agenda 1920 to Agenda 21
    Long before the advent of the modern digital dictatorship prescribed by Agenda 21, the dream of Smart Cities was alive and well in the consciousness of burgeoning Technocrats  – perhaps most notably, in the early Twentieth Century, in the USSR!

    Taking cues from American developments like Technocracy, Inc. and the ruthless efficiency of the assembly line, the Cybernetic central planners of Bolshevism attempted what, to them, seemed a natural synthesis: A seamless integration between the social engineering of the State and the mechanical/electrical engineering of the Industrial Era.

    —Trilaterals Over Moscow—

    As in China, Russia’s UN-compliant Smart Cities are, in part, financed by corporations heavily affiliated with the Trilateral Commission. Kazan Smart City, Russia’s analogue to China’s Tianjin Eco-City, is the same Technocratic dystopia represented by Agenda 21 projects the world over.

    You can read all about the future of human serfdom here:
    Smart city strategies for Moscow and Kazan development:

    “Towards Smart Sustainable Cities – Integrated Approaches” Expo 2017, Astana, Kazakhstan, 15-16 June 2017

    See: “Innovative clusters contributing to Moscow ‘smart city’ priorities”

    (All figures are according to the Moscow socio-economic development strategy until 2025)

    Everywhere I look… I see that ‘Put-On’ needs US help in every way. This is especially true in business in Russia!


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    1. And eventually Russia will be “free” of the Tyranny of the Dollar when that currency is toppled as the world’s reserve currency. The problem is that the kosher constitution of the Russian Central Bank shackles the ruble to whatever is the world’s reserve currency, i.e. bye-bye Dollar, hewo Renminbi. The RCB cannot hold an amount in rubles greater than its reserve currency holdings (something like that :P).

      So the supposed Silk Road is just another worm.

  8. Flo –

    “bye-bye Dollar, hewo Renminbi.” That is just more mislabeled and highly addictive…. ‘hopium’, my friend.
    I urge you to go ‘cold turkey’ to get rid of it! 🙂

    Renminbi is less than 1% Reserve Status. That means no country wants to use it. The Chinese economy is in bad shape…. “BIGGLY” worse than US!

    —Waiting, and Waiting, for the Global Renminbi—
    15 February 2019

    Just a few years ago, the renminbi seemed destined to become one of the world’s most significant currencies. However, its attractiveness has plunged as international investors seek currencies with legal security, ease of use and, critically, unrestricted convertibility.

    In the past three years, grounds for optimism about the renminbi’s global role have proven to be decidedly fragile.

    These days, the share of China’s trade that is settled in renminbi is less than half of what it was in 2015; the stock of yuan-denominated deposits has fallen to just over RMB 600 billion; and dim sum bond issuance late last year was down to $1 billion per month.

    It turns out that all the enthusiasm back then about the renminbi’s future was guilty of what philosophers call a ‘category mistake’. What most people saw as evidence of the renminbi’s internationalization was, in fact, simply evidence of something else: an accumulation of speculative positions built on the expectation that the renminbi was going to rise in value. As the renminbi weakened after mid-2015, so too did the market’s willingness to own it and use it.


    1. My point is that it no matter what the banksters designate as the world’s Reserve Currency, Russia’s Central Bank will still be shackled to it. I see no hopium in that whatsoever for Putin fan-boys. He never changed the kosher constitution of the RCB; ergo he’s a fake.

      Which reminds me of my Putin-checklist:

      – Syria partitioned? Yup

      – RCB constitution remains unchanged? Yup

      – Iran gets the s300s? Well, yes, but that trigger seems so quaint now, given that I now think the Mullahs are the usual fake leaders we’ve come to expect.

      All in all, Putin turned out to be another fake-leader and liar.

      1. No problem, Pat. I’m a tad oblique at times; a bit verbose as I waffle around the point I’m trying to make. Take this very post I’m typing, for instance — tis meandering in quite the annoying fashion don’t you think, making no stops at logic nor pausing at point nor conclusion. Prolixity is a curse I tell ya; a curse.

        I had a Professor once state that I was loquacious and I marched back to my room feeling like a Knight of Loquacity. Proud but puzzled, I looked up the meaning of loquaciousness. “Why you feckin’ lousy Professor of Obtuse Ad hominems”, I thought to myself. “You little gobshite…”. Then there was that time a lovely girl called me a FuckWit. I didn’t have to look that up in the dictionary. Ah, I’m getting all nostalgic.

        To conclude — Putin is not to be trusted.

      2. Putin is just another jew. There are more jews in the world than the jews want the goyim to know.
        Jews all liars.

  9. To be Governed is to be watched, inspected, spied upon, directed, law-driven, numbered, regulated, enrolled, indoctrinated, preached at, controlled, checked, estimated, valued, censured, commanded, by creatures who have neither the right, nor the wisdom, nor the virtue to do so.

    To be Governed is to be at every operation, at every transaction noted, registered, counted, taxed, stamped, measured, numbered, assessed, licensed, authorized, admonished, prevented, forbidden, reformed, corrected, punished.

    It is, under pretext of public utility, and in the name of the general interest, to be placed under contribution, drilled, fleeced, exploited, monopolized, extorted from, squeezed, hoaxed, robbed; then, at the slightest resistance, the first word of complaint, to be repressed, fined, vilified, harassed, hunted down, abused, clubbed, disarmed, bound, choked, imprisoned, judged, condemned, shot, deported, sacrificed, sold, betrayed; and to crown all, mocked, ridiculed, derided, outraged, dishonored.

    That is government; that is its justice; that is its morality – Pierre Joseph Proudhon, French philosopher


      As revealed by Michael Hoffman, one of my go-to sources for setting certain records straighter in Mind than now arrayed — revisionist historians do that! — Proudhon also has credit for opposing usury. Karl Marx apparently targeted the more recognized, respected Proudhon in order to ratchet up his own “cause”, presuming Marx himself was not a Potemkin Village ensconced in a humanoid body. (Ref. Revisionist History Issue No. 100 (!!!), Dec-Jan 2019, pp. 4-5)

      In the nick of Time, History rhymes!

      Beneath the thin veneer of humanity, well beyond Justice, Morality, encountering after unsuccessfully dodging stodgy, after-the fact and contradictory theories of European economists (no great appellation, lower than M.D. in my opinion) there seems a cosmic principle: Make something out of nothing. GOD did that, I understand and believe. I’ll be sure to ask the Good LORD when I meet up with HIM|HER|IT.

      In the meantime, and in mean times do we live — meaner times comin’ atcha! — a question: is not usury a structured system, a logical, even mathematically sound operation, in fact focusing and mirroring (by refraction and reflection, respectively), reproducing, replicating (gee, just like DNA and RNA!), propagating over time just fine! GOD’s “chosen people”? Those who obey my word are my children — or words to that effect from somewhere in the New Testament. Copy-catting is, really, truly flattery. What do “Jews” know about GOD’s plan that we have yet to apprehend fully? Is it truly only a CON? We have questions, still seeking answers that can survive a torture session with Mr. C. Thinking.

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  11. Sputnik told us 4 years ago….

    The German press reports on Russia’s – long-term plans – to help rebuild Syria after the end of the war there, including – renewed CONTRACTS for INVESTMENT projects – and a roadmap for a political resolution.

    “….long-term plans…”
    “…renewed contracts for investment projects..”

    “Russian President Vladimir Putin is pursuing a long-term strategy in the Middle East, according to which Syria’s traditional allies play an important role,” wrote DWN.

    ‘Russia is preparing for the rebuilding of the Syrian economy’ — the article published by DWN on Saturday.
    DWN also detailed some of Russia’s strong economic links with Syria in the fields of oil and gas production, quoting Gissa Guchetl, the executive director of the Russian Union of Gas and Oil Industrialists, who told RIA Novosti in July that Russian oil and gas companies will seek to revive existing CONTRACTS worth $1.6 billion** with Syria once the situation in the country becomes stable.

    In addition, Russia is the only partner to have presented a comprehensive roadmap for reform after the end of the war, reported DWN. The plan, which was presented in Vienna earlier this month, envisages an 18-month period encompassing constitutional reforms and presidential elections, which President Assad may take part in. “MAY TAKE PART IN.”… ALLOWED by ‘Put-On’!!! 🙂


    1. That is very kind of Russia to reform Syria and allow Assad to partake in elections 😉

      Btw, if the war is over then the country is now partitioned (another long term Zionist plan for the region), with the Kurds getting another chunk of territory for their much vaunted “Kurdistan”. I now fully accept that Assad and the “Syrian” elites also connived in this manufactured and managed conflict, the evil little scumbags. All national leaders serve the global oligarchs. Very sad.

    2. it all serves the Oded yinon plan, lebensraum for the jews in the middle east. And we get as a present the ‘ migrants’ from the same middle east, Kalergi plan.

  12. ‘Put-On’ could be right….

    Ex-Putin adviser found dead in D.C. hotel had complete neck fracture

    In a report published Saturday, RFE said the finding offers no clear-cut evidence of foul play in the death of Mikhail Lesin, who was a key adviser to Russian President Vladimir Putin during Putin’s rise to power.

    But RFE said the documents provide “the most precise scientific description” yet of a death that’s been shrouded in suspicion.

    The official ruling was that Lesin, 57, died accidentally of blunt force trauma after falling repeatedly in his room while intoxicated. ( HA!!! )


    1. Circ –

      Get a grip.

      If the “new sheriff” is ‘Put-On’ … he is an idiot. He spoke directly to the press as if they made policies.

      The best he could do is tell the press that US Senators dressed well. How revealing.

      And this is OLD news from Dec 2017!! 🙂

      BTW – Russia borders N Korea and will run a railroad across the bridge there.

      North Korea, Russia discuss cross-border bridge, trade office plans in Vladivostok

      North Korea and Russia will push ahead with plans to build a cross-border road bridge and establish regular trade fairs for DPRK goods in the Far East region and Moscow as part of a new “trading house,” according to a Friday press release from the Primorsky Krai administration.

      The announcements came following talks in Vladivostok Thursday between Russian Far East leaders and a North Korean delegation led by Vice Minister of External Economic Relations Ri Kwang Gun.

      A separate press release from the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East (MDRFE) also announced that the next major bilateral economic cooperation conference will be held on March 6 in Moscow.


      PUNY ‘Put-On’ needs to get off his ass and show some of that super-hero strength, and stop thinking so much about casinos with Trump in Crimea & Vladivostok!! 🙂

  13. ‘Put-On’ has swine in his Russia when looking is his mirror… 🙂

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