Saturday, 28 January 2017

Ra Ra Ras-Putin

Here we are in the 21st century,
faced with another wildly charismatic
Russian, just like Rasputin, the priest
who charmed the Romanov women,
i.e. the Russian royals.

Putin seems to have a way with words,
and with hacking, and undermining the
"shining democracy that is the EU"

Well, Putin certainly has 
the MSM
the Democrats
the US security matrix
that's 17 organisations
the EU with its
new anti-propaganda law
Merkel, Hollande
shitting their pants
over his influence in politics
directly or through the RT channel
(one of my favs).
[ That's without mentioning
their fear of Trump and his
choice for EU ambassador,
one Malloch. see next story]

at 3:10, the oft-repeated Putin-Trump Christmas exchange:

Wow, Baldwin is good, but doesn't he have anything better to do?
Things were not quite this way, before Putin arrived.

Here's Mark Ames and Abby Martin to tell the rancid way in which
the US used to run Russia, as a vassal state.
It was disgusting.
You could even say that Russia would want to
get revenge on the US. WATCH the video.
Male life expectancy dropped from 68 to 57
in ONE decade!

It was amazing to hear, from another angle, Putin's rise.
As usually happens, the US and Soros have civil
society groups that chatter all day, and then undermine
your government, if you don't play along.
One such lady, I'll find her in my files, said about
Vlad the Impresser, that he was such a polite, mild
man, and how she feared for him in politics, about
him being eaten alive.
Well, that speaks to KGB training. He had everybody
fooled, on the American side. On the Russian side,
he had to prove himself to the Yeltsin Mafia, who
feared going to jail. Oddly, Vlad had made it to
KGB boss.
Case in point. One judge tried to work up a case
against the Mafia and lo and behold, his fat
butt was shown on national tv cavorting with
2 hookers.
Vlad was in like Flynn. One day, he was called in
to Boris' office and given the reigns to what was
left of Russia.
[UPDATE 13 Feb]
If you want to see an Alternative Reality version
of events of the 1990s in Russia, check the BBC.
I won't call it fake news, cuz it's now Fake History.
The statute of limitations on Fake News has to
be somewhere around 6 months, doesn't it?
I actually saw this on the BBC today!

"My husband loved his people. He did what he could
for them" oh, fuck me silly. this is bullshit.
"Yeltsin handed over to Putin a normal country." ftooie.

[you could see how much skin Mrs Yeltsina gave off
her butt for the starving poor that her dead husband
had essentially slow-mo murdered. i.e. none]

Ya. I can see the likeness in the eyes. Many of the qualities
are being equated with Rasputin. Of course, Anglo people
thinking everybody from the Continent are all cavorting pigs,
without the slightest irony. Check SNL above.

This guy takes me way back to the age of 10 when there
was a popular song about him, Rasputin. I wonder when
Pussy Riot will do a song about their lover boy, Vlad.

Musical detente during the late 70s

and to the Wiki:
Grigori Rasputin
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This name uses Eastern Slavic naming customs; the patronymic is Yefimovich and the family name is Rasputin.
Born 21 January 1869
Pokrovskoe, Siberia, Russian Empire
Died 30 December 1916 (aged 47)
Petrograd, Russian Empire
Cause of death Assassination
Occupation Peasant, pilgrim, healer, adviser
Spouse(s) Praskovia Fedorovna Dubrovina
Children Mikhail, Anna, Grigori, Dmitri, Matryona, Varvara, Paraskeva
Parent(s) Efim Vilkin Rasputin &; Anna Parshukova

Grigori Yefimovich Rasputin (Russian: Григорий Ефимович Распутин; IPA: [ɡrʲɪˈɡorʲɪj (j)ɪˈfʲiməvʲɪtɕ rɐˈsputʲɪn];[1] 21 January [O.S. 9 January] 1869 – 30 December [O.S. 17 December] 1916[2]) was a Russian peasant, an experienced traveler,[3] a mystical faith healer, and trusted friend of the family of Nicholas II, the last Tsar of the Russian Empire. He became an influential figure in Saint Petersburg, especially after August 1915 when Nicholas took command of the army fighting in World War I. Advising his wife, Alexandra Feodorovna, in countless spiritual and political issues, Rasputin became an easy scapegoat for Russian nationalists, liberals and aristocrats.

There is uncertainty over much of Rasputin's life and the degree of influence that he exerted over the extremely shy Tsar and the strong-willed Tsarina.[4] Accounts are often based on dubious memoirs, hearsay, and legend.[note 1] While his influence and position may have been exaggerated by society gossip and his own drunken boasting[8] his presence played a significant role in the increasing unpopularity of the Imperial couple.[9] Rasputin was murdered by monarchists who hoped to save Tsarism by ending his sway over the royal family.
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