When the head begins to spin, it’s always a good idea to follow the advice of Aristotle and just return to “first principles“– thosefoundational propositions that stand alone. In applying this form of reliable reasoning to the proper evaluation of Vladimir Putin, the fact that such a vile, deceitful, dishonorable, slanderous “Pulitzer Prize winning” ™ jackal of the Judenpresse as Thomas Friedman (cough cough) continues to dump on him so hard constitutes, in and of itself, hard evidence in favor of Putin’s status as a “White Hat.”
In this particular load of Friedmanish excrement, the little Bolshevik does his best to spin Putin’s successful limited military action into some sort of Vietnamish debacle, or even Putin’s personal Waterloo. The simple “first principle” here is this — Friedman — being a child of Satan in good standing — slanders good men and pumps out lies. Period. That alone confirms both the high nature of Putin’s character, as well as the success of his limited objectives in the Ukraine. But one need not have studied at the feet of Aristotle in order to appreciate the inaccuracy of Friedman’s account. Not when he himself, in 2016, openly advocated for the strategic use of Fake News against Putin. From his own mendacious mouth, in a column title “Let’s Get Putin’s Attention“ :
“You may have missed this story, so I am repeating it as a public service:
MOSCOW, Special to The New York Times, Oct. 1 — A previously unheard-of group called Hackers for a Free Russia released a treasure trove of financial records online today indicating that President Vladimir Putin owns some $30 billion in property, hotels and factories across Russia and Europe, all disguised by front organizations and accounting charades.
The documents, which appear to be authentic, include detailed financial records and emails between Mr. Putin’s Kremlin office and a number of his Russian cronies and Swiss banks. They constitute the largest hack ever of Mr. Putin. Russian censors are scrambling to shut down Twitter inside the country and keep the emails out of Russian-language media.
At a news conference in Washington, C.I.A. Director John Brennan was asked if U.S. intelligence services had any hand in the cyberleak of what is being called “The Putin Files.” With a slight grin, Mr. Brennan said: “The U.S. government would never intervene in Russian politics, just as President Putin would never intervene in an American election. That would be wrong.” As Mr. Brennan left the podium, though, he burst out laughing.
No, you didn’t miss this story. I made it up. But isn’t it time there was such a story? Isn’t it time we gave Putin a dose of his own medicine — not for juvenile playground reasons and not to instigate a conflict but precisely to prevent one — to back Putin off from what is increasingly rogue behavior violating basic civilized norms and increasingly vital U.S. interests.”
No further comment needed about that one! Hazmat suits and hip waders on, boys and girls. Into Sulzberger’s seditious cesspool we go for some cleanup work.
Analysis: That is correct. Little has changed. But the reason “little has changed” from one year ago is that once Russia had accomplished the goals of its limited mission (liberating the Russian-speaking provinces). There was no need to continue advancing.
Friedman: This war emerged entirely from Putin’s head— with, we now know, almost no input from his cabinet or military commanders.
Analysis: Exactly, how does this forked-tongued serpent “now know’ what conversations Putin may have had, or didn’t have, with his cabinet or military commanders? These Jewnalists just drop such “facts” without ever being called on them.
Friedman: — and certainly with no mass urging from the Russian people.
Analysis: Not only do the Russian people strongly support the liberation of the eastern Ukraine, but they had previously been condemning the Fukraine’s abusive treatment of the Russians of eastern Ukraine for many years.
Friedman: Putin never had a Plan B. It’s now obvious that he thought he was going to waltz into Kyiv, seize it in a week, install a lackey as president, tuck Ukraine into his pocket and…..
Analysis: First, Friedman and fellow fiends told us that Putin was going to seize Kiev. Because that has not happened, the artful liar has transitioned to “Well, he wanted to take Kiev, but he failed.”
Friedman: He would then cast his shadow across all of Europe.
Analysis: Classic projection. The scary shadow that was being cast was that of NATO, over eastern Ukraine and Russia itself.
Friedman: Putin has put himself in a situation where he can’t win, can’t lose and can’t stop. There’s no way he can seize control of all of Ukraine anymore. But at the same time, he can’t afford to be defeated. Because Putin never had a Plan B, he’s hoping that he can somehow drain enough blood from Ukrainians that they give him a big enough slice of Russian-speaking eastern Ukraine he can sell to the Russian people as a great victory.
Analysis: Friedman knows that eastern Ukraine is Russian and will stay Russian. He is clearly pre-spinning the inevitable end of the “war” as Russia’s “failure” to take the rest of the Jukraine.
Analysis: “200,000 killed or wounded?” — Yeah, right, OK. And “6 million Jews” ™ perished in “zee gas chambers” ™. As libtards like to say when confronted with inconvenient truths: “Source?”
Friedman: Read the recent essay in The Washington Post by Leon Aron, a historian of Putin’s Russia and a scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, about Putin’s visit in March to the Russian-occupied Ukrainian city of Mariupol.
Analysis: Aron, eh? Jewnalists always use the trick of citing the lies of some other Jewnalist or “scholar” to buttress their own bullshit.
Friedman: Aron wrote, “the Russian president came to Mariupol for a few hours. He was inspecting a new apartment and listening for a few minutes to the effusively grateful occupants.
Analysis: “Effusively grateful occupants” of an eastern Ukraine apartment building. Thanks for the little truth gem, Friedman.
Friedman: As he was leaving, a barely audible voice is heard on the video, crying out from a distance: ‘Eto vsyo nepravda!’ — ‘It’s all lies!’”
Analysis: How do you know that this insignificant little story about “a barely audible voice” on a video is even true, Friedman?
Friedman: Aron told me that …..
Analysis: Oh — Mr. Aron (cough cough) told you so, eh? I see (rolling eyes). … No further questions, your honor — but thank you for the inadvertent “testimony against interest” truth about the pro-Putin eastern Ukrainians.
* Editor’s Note: Pay close attention to Friedman (quoting Aron) in this next excerpt. This is essential history which gives the modern game away
Friedman: “The gods of Russian history are extremely unforgiving of military defeat,” Aron said. In the modern era, “when a Russian leader ends a war in a clear defeat — or with no win — usually there is a change of regime. We saw that after the first Crimean War, after the Russo-Japanese War, after Russia’s setbacks in World War I, after Khrushchev’s retreat from Cuba in 1962 and after Brezhnev and company’s Afghanistan quagmire, which hastened Gorbachev’s perestroika-and-glasnost revolution. The Russian people, for all their renowned patience, will forgive a lot of things — but not military defeat.”
Analysis: Absolutely historically accurate. All five of those military / geo-political defeats led to a weakening of the Russian or Soviet regimes. But what the jewboys won’t tell you is that those wars / events were actually engineered and incited by the New World Order gang — for that precise purpose. Creating a “quagmire” is exactly what (((they))) had been planning in the Ukraine. But Putin waited them out until his partner-in-saving-the-world, Donald Trump, could neuter NATO.
Both abroad and at home, Putin has won. So now “the usual suspects” are trying, in vain, to spin the Russian victory into a defeat.
Boobus Americanus 2: The Ukrainians have put up a heroic resistance against the Russians.
St. Sugar: Actually, Boobuss. Putin’s mission was accomplished within a few monthss. If he had wanted to take Kiev, nothing would have sstopped him.
Editor: Certainly not “Biden’s” tanks, or Germany’s tanks — which STILL have not been delivered.