VLADIMIR PUTIN: Forget the Name, Hear the Message
First of all, any notion that Tucker Carlson was somehow best buddies with Russian President Vladimir Putin as he arrived in Moscow earlier this week was extinguished immediately. So were Hillary Clinton’s ridiculous words on MSNBC last night, although we didn’t need the interview to make that judgment.
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Mockingbird media made fools of themselves yet again, because even in the worst case scenario about Putin–which would be that he was lying through his teeth to Tucker–he came across as calm, measured, and peaceful as any world leader could hope to be. Here is the interview in full–it is beyond worth the time:
Putin steered this interview where he wanted it from the get-go, making it abundantly clear that this was not going to be the typical propaganda-driven conversation session where answers to questions are given without depth and context. Tucker, to his credit, allowed Putin to talk freely, but there was the occasional interruption that Putin absorbed like a sponge, coolly stating that he would complete the response to the first question before moving on to the second. Undoubtedly, there will be snowflakes in America who are put off by Putin’s sometimes (seemingly) cold demeanor; personally I thought it was an impressive display of intelligence, confidence, pride, humor, and perhaps most importantly insistence that Russia is not at all interested in a world takeover.
The first 25 minutes or so was a background in Russian history, a lecture of sorts that was clearly different from the US style of interview where the questions and answers seem canned for entertainment purposes. Putin illustrated more than just a prodigious knowledge of Russian history; in a short time he established one of the biggest differences in Eastern and Western thought, and that is that the East understands history and the long game, and is willing to long-suffer and wait, much longer than we are. We as a country aren’t even 300 years old, we live in the perpetual now, and if any verbal response lasts more than what makes us comfortable, we interrupt to get a word in edgewise.
This screenshot illustrates this sad reality for so many Americans. At least the downvotes were 25-0 at the time of posting, though. It gives one hope that maybe the everyday American is changing in this regard.
Putin called Tucker on this lack of attention span early on, saying he could tell he was bored but that the history behind Russia-Ukraine needed to be told. It had to have been an awkward moment for Tucker as a respected interviewer.
Simply put, Putin, whether you believe him or not (and you really should, objectively speaking, have little reason not to), is functioning in an intellectual stratum US politicians can only dream of. If he is lying about all of this, why can’t our politicians lie so well? It makes it all the more believable, besides the fact that he confirmed everything that so many researchers and “conspiracy theorists” were saying from the start about US/NATO/Ukraine encroachment on the Russian border. He supported everything he said with a network of facts that consistently fit for the entire two-hour interview.
In everything he said–from negotiations about the war, to the political arena when Obama was President vs when Trump was President, to the boogeyman fearmongering by Western media peddling the notion that Russia wants to invade Poland and take over Europe, to his esoteric reflections on different religions and family–Putin spoke with big-picture language, with philosophical truths, plainly asserting that it would be completely nonsensical to get involved in a world war. He preached compromise, cooperation, mutual respect, and human dignity among nations on a level Americans are not accustomed to seeing from its leaders.
Again, if he was lying, why can’t our leaders lie with such gentlemanly aplomb?
When Tucker asked Putin who was responsible for the Nord Stream Pipeline explosion, Putin was direct in saying it was the US, specifically the CIA, which we have shown is the main intelligence agency responsible for the media propaganda machine and the numerous false flag events in American history. This indicates that Putin is aware of the globalist Deep State, that there are nefarious agencies working through governments to bring about world chaos, confusion, and subservience.
Moreover, in relation to a little bit more distant history, at least distant from an American perspective, Putin did delve deeply into the CIA’s involvement in the 2014 Maidan Coup, a coup that Mockingbird Google will tell you is a myth and mere conspiracy theory.
Sure, Google. As with all your infamous fact checking, it is all the more reason to believe it.
Vladimir Putin explains how NATO has been targeting Russia and how it all began:— Wall Street Silver (@WallStreetSilv) February 8, 2024
"In 2008 the doors of NATO were opened for Ukraine"
"In 2014 there was a coup, they started persecuting those who did not accept the coup and it was indeed a coup"
"They created a threat to Crimea… pic.twitter.com/fyjufNbWow
Something incredibly disciplined inside is keeping me from saying something about Obama.
In perhaps the most lucid statement of the night that will make sense to any America First reader, Putin aptly encapsulated the sheer derangement of current and pre-Trump foreign policy. [VIDEO]
“Do the United States need this? What for? Thousands of miles away from your national territory. Don’t you have anything better to do?
“You have issues on the border. Issues with migration. Issues with the national debt. More than 33 trillion dollars. You have nothing better to do, so you should fight with Ukraine?
“Wouldn’t it be better to negotiate with Russia?”
Does this not sound like Trump? Does this not sound like a sovereign nation respecting the sovereignty of another sovereign nation?
Does this not sound like America First?
Alas, most of my wishlist from yesterday’s Hillary Clinton article was left unchecked, but most of that was admittedly a pipedream. Hopefully this interview will serve as a primer, an introduction to a man that so many Americans may misunderstand. Going too far down the rabbit hole too quickly would make the cognitive dissonance too great for some, and might turn them off before the transformation has had a chance to take place. As I’ve been saying, it is public perception we must bring along slowly in this war of narratives, and it is a good guess that Putin, man vs monster, will be a crucial component of the American awakening process.
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Granted, it is hard to change minds. But anyone who watched that interview objectively–taking the face and the name out of the equation and only listening to the words–would admit that this is not a sleazy politician nor is this a man hellbent on world destruction and takeover. We have believed much less convincing personalities in our culture. I think it only fair that we consider giving Putin’s message a chance in our collective perception. Forget the man–what if his message is right and The View or MSNBC or CNN is wrong? What if he’s right and Hillary Clinton is wrong?
What if he’s right and that 2014 coup did in fact take place under Barack Hussein Obama, the CIA/Deep State coup that brought threats and weapons of war right to the doorstep of Russia?
I admittedly don’t know everything and never will, but neither does any one of us–especially when our “education” has taken place inside a manipulative American media bubble. It isn’t a bad idea to give this story and this “new” character a chance to unfold. Tonight, Vladimir Putin did not come across as the deranged warlord Mockingbird has always made him out to be, and in fact seems as docile and direct as any nation should hope for in a leader.
By contrast, all Americans have right now are unhinged and dangerous lunatics barreling us down the road to perdition.
For now, if you must, hear the message of Vladimir Putin. And forget the face and the name.
May everyone named directly or referenced indirectly ask forgiveness and do penance for their sins against America and God. I fight this information war in the spirit of justice and love for the innocent, but I have been reminded of the need for mercy and prayers for our enemies. I am a sinner in need of redemption as well after all, for my sins are many. In the words of Jesus Christ himself, Lord forgive us all, for we know not what we do.