Why do you ignore British PM Churchill was his conduct during the war less evil ? It is all perception ... The whole of Europe then was exploiting people whether inside the Europe or outside in the reast of the world...Just before that two dictators divided Europe among themselves.
Sure.. understand .. thats why I said Ukro-Russo are bound to kiss and make-up once regime changes on either one side(ie either US wins or Russia.) Ukraine unwittingly has become American pawn in the game between two, for utopia of economic progress under American tutelage. Ukraine must chart its own path. Seriously, makes a fitting case for joining non alignment.just relax, Indians are not emotional about Russo-Ukrainian conflict... This conflict was US creation similar to what the mess they created in Iraq, Libya and Syria ... Indian like me [ I come from rightwing background] hate the American duplicity and not the American people... I had fond memories in America and their people...
It is right Russia is not USSR...
Churchill became Prime Minister in may 40 years. Where: Poland, Denmark, Norway, Benelux and the Baltic countries?Why do you ignore British PM Churchill was his conduct during the war less evil ? It is all perception ... The whole of Europe then was exploiting people whether inside the Europe or outside in the reast of the world...
I did not get your point... anyway it was Europe's was and started by wise and peaceful European leaders from either side you may see... winning or losing side...Churchill became Prime Minister in may 40 years. Where: Poland, Denmark, Norway, Benelux and the Baltic countries?
You don't like Churchill because he brought to the Indian people a lot of grief. There is a saying: Cвоя рубашка ближе к телу. (At court everyone is for himself) .I did not get your point... anyway it was Europe's was and started by wise and peaceful European leaders from either side you may see... winning or losing side...
Must be starving now as there's no money to feed him.Vladimir Putin: I didn't mean to scare Angela Merkel with my dog
Germany's Angela Merkel watches uneasily as Russian President Vladimir Putin's dog approaches in 2007.
Merkel looks uncomfortable as Putin's Labrador Koni comes near her in Sochi, Russia, in 2007.
@Razor, @sorcerer, @Akim, @gadeshi, @Cadian, et al.
Putin had never spoken glowingly of the West, but grim pronouncements about its fate grew central to his rhetoric. He hurled splenetic attacks against the culturally decadent, spiritually desiccated “Euro-Atlantic.” He warned against the fetishization of tolerance and diversity. He described the West as “infertile and genderless,” while Russian propaganda derided Europe as “Gayropa.” At the heart of Putin’s case was an accusation of moral relativism. “We can see how many of the Euro-Atlantic countries are actually rejecting their roots, including the Christian values that constitute the basis of Western civilization,” he said at a conference in 2013. “They are denying moral principles and all traditional identities: national, cultural, religious, and even sexual … They are implementing policies that equate large families with same-sex partnerships, belief in God with the belief in Satan.” By succumbing to secularism, he noted on another occasion, the West was trending toward “chaotic darkness” and a “return to a primitive state.”
The French embrace of Putin has roots in the country’s long history of Russophilia and anti-Americanism. But Putin’s vogue also stems from the substance of his jeremiads, which match the mood of France’s conservative base. As French book sales reveal, the public has an apparently bottomless appetite for polemics that depict the country plummeting to its doom. Much anxiety focuses on the notion of le grand remplacement, the fear that France will turn into a Muslim country, aided by native-born couples’ failure to reproduce. The gloom is xenophobic, but also self-loathing. Right-wing polemicists bellow that France will squander its revolutionary tradition and cultural heritage without lifting a finger to save itself. The defining screed is Éric Zemmour’s The French Suicide, an unabridged catalog of the forces sucking the vitality from his country—post-structuralist academics, unpatriotic businessmen, technocrats in the European Union.
In 2013, the columnist Pat Buchanan championed Putin as an enemy of secularism: “He is seeking to redefine the ‘Us vs. Them’ world conflict of the future as one in which conservatives, traditionalists, and nationalists of all continents and countries stand up against the cultural and ideological imperialism of what he sees as a decadent west.” This type of homage became a trope among conservative thinkers—including Rod Dreher and Matt Drudge—and in turn influenced their followers. In mid-2014, 51 percent of American Republicans viewed Putin very unfavorably. Two years later, 14 percent did. By January, 75 percent of Republicans said Trump had the “right approach” toward Russia. (When asked about this change, Putin replied, “It’s because people share our traditional sensibilities.”)
He starved millions of Bengalis and let them die in famine so that European soldiers can be fit for battle. He is a war criminal.You don't like Churchill because he brought to the Indian people a lot of grief. There is a saying: Cвоя рубашка ближе к телу. (At court everyone is for himself) .
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