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Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Difensor occidens

An excellent and insightful speech by Vladimir Putin, which illustrates very clearly why the globalists and the anti-Western media are so desperate to attack both him and Russia.
A further challenge for the national Russian identity is connected to the processes we observe outside of Russia. They include foreign policy, moral, and other aspects. We see that many Euro-Atlantic states have taken the way where they deny or reject their own roots, including their Christian roots which form the basis of Western civilization.

In these countries, the moral basis and any traditional identity are being denied - national, religious, cultural, and even gender identities are being denied or relativised. There, politics treats a family with many children as juridically equal to a homosexual partnership; faith in God is equal to faith in Satan. The excesses and exaggerations of political correctness in these countries indeed leads to serious consideration for the legitimization of parties that promote the propaganda of paedophilia.

The people in many European states are actually ashamed of their religious affiliations and are indeed frightened to speak about them. Christian holidays and celebrations are abolished or "neutrally" renamed, as if one were ashamed of those Christian holidays. With this method one hides away the deeper moral value of those celebrations.

And these countries try to force this model onto other nations, globally. I am deeply convinced that this is a direct way to the degradation and primitivization of culture. This leds to deeper demographic and moral crisis in the West.

What can be better evidence for the moral crisis of human society in the West than the loss of its reproductive function? And today nearly all "developed" Western countries cannot survive reproductively, not even with the help of migrants.

Without the moral values that are rooted in Christianity and other world religions, without rules and moral values which have formed, and been developed, over millennia, people will inevitably lose their human dignity and become brutes. And we think it is right and natural to defend and preserve these Christian moral values.

One has to respect the right of every minority to self-determination, but at the same time there cannot and must not be any doubt about the rights of the majority.

At the same time as this process plays out at a national level in the West, we observe on an international level the attempts to create a unipolar, unified model of the world, to relativise and remove institutions of international rights and national sovereignty. In such a unipolar, unified world there is no place for sovereign states. Such a world needs merely vassals.

From a historical perspective, such a unipolar world would mean the surrender of one's own identity and of God-created diversity.
No wonder they hate and fear him so. He is a true nationalist who is not afraid to stand up in defense of both Christianity and the West... and he has nukes. For those casting about for the true leader of the Alt-Right, there is a strong candidate.

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96 Comments:

Blogger Hugo Smith December 28, 2016 2:03 AM  

I hope Trump is taking notes. I think I shed a single tear.

Anonymous Sam the Man December 28, 2016 2:14 AM  

Yes it was very well stated.

The west is a creation of Christianity and without that force is doomed to fail. For all its imperfections western European civilization combined with English limited government is the very best humanity has created to date. It should be celebrated, not denigrated.

It takes a KGB national leader to say this, while all the western leaders are mute. I truly find it hard to trust the Russian bear, but speaking the truth is a start. I hope he and Trump can come to a true rapprochement.

Blogger tim December 28, 2016 2:16 AM  

Vlad!!

Blogger tim December 28, 2016 2:16 AM  

Vlad!!

Anonymous Icicle December 28, 2016 2:22 AM  

The excesses and exaggerations of political correctness in these countries indeed leads to serious consideration for the legitimization of parties that promote the propaganda of paedophilia.

Pedophilia is purely destructive. It damages the next generation coming up and also does not serve a purpose for reproduction (since they are prepubescent). Even a homosexual couple is more stable since they can raise children (though not an optimal situation).

Blogger MATT December 28, 2016 2:25 AM  

@ Hugo Smith

- A single man tear?

Anonymous 12-28 December 28, 2016 2:32 AM  

@5
This comment is no coincidence. He knows. #pizzagate.

Blogger Shimshon December 28, 2016 2:33 AM  

TL;DR PizzaGate is real, and we are going to smash it and everything it represents.

Anonymous SciVo de Plorable December 28, 2016 2:37 AM  

Nice. I saw him say something like that before, but this is a strong, expansive and precise refinement.

Anonymous Quicksilver75 December 28, 2016 2:43 AM  

I wonder what Victoria Nuland & Ann Applebaum have to say about this? Probably pissed beyond all measure. Also curious for John McCain's, Lindsay Graham's & Angela Merkel's responses

Blogger Snidely Whiplash December 28, 2016 2:53 AM  

I wonder what Victoria Nuland & Ann Applebaum have to say about this? Probably pissed beyond all measure. Also curious for John McCain's, Lindsay Graham's & Angela Merkel's responses.
They will have exactly nothing to say about this. It will never be reported in the Western press, except perhaps to be cited as an example of Putin's chemically pure homophobia and raaaaacism, completely without reference or actual quotes.

Nor will they ever be asked publically about the speech, its theme, or its content.

Blogger The Observer December 28, 2016 3:04 AM  

@5: Every single poster child for the "happy gay family" has turned out to be a bunch of kiddy diddlers. If that's their poster children, imagine how the "average" child in that kind of bind must be.

No, they can't raise children at all.

Anonymous 12-28 December 28, 2016 3:06 AM  

@10
Which western media outlet acknowledges this speech? These ideas are too dangerous for mid-western American cucks to see, especially given the source.

Nothing that goes against the narrative is allowed to reach national headlines unless forced by mass protest, even rape and murder.

No one reports what Putin says, and so no one will be giving responses.

Similarly:
At a rural rally of 95%+ whites, Trump spoke of improving conditions for inner city minorities. The rural white crowd cheered and shouted approval.

This happened directly in front of national media reporters (white men and women). These white media people then went on to write stories about Trump supporter's racism and how the Trump supporters intimidated them.

Blogger Orville December 28, 2016 3:59 AM  

What a change! We went from studying Brezhnev's bowel movements in the 70's to studying Putin's pronouncements today. I have no illusions about people in power, but damn, I find myself in complete agreement with him.

Anonymous JAMES December 28, 2016 4:04 AM  

Clearly vox you have been paid off by both the Russians and the Jews.

Or perhaps the Russian Jews.

You sell out you.

Blogger Ivan Lenin December 28, 2016 4:10 AM  

It's funny that a man who publicly kisses boys on the belly button, is bitching about "propaganda of paedophilia". Also, anybody who things that the Russian Orthodox Church has anything, other than in name, to do with Christianity, is deluded.

Blogger Bogey December 28, 2016 4:21 AM  

It's almost too good to be true. Is this a KGB agent seeing an opportunity to divide and conquer or is he really talking from the heart here? I'm just a tad suspicious when someone tells me everything I want to hear.

Anonymous Icicle December 28, 2016 4:35 AM  

Every single poster child for the "happy gay family" has turned out to be a bunch of kiddy diddlers.

Not all of them, but far too many (I assume you had already heard about that gay Australian [redundant...] couple). Of course this is the media you are dealing with.

If that's their poster children, imagine how the "average" child in that kind of bind must be.

I don't need to imagine. The gay couples I know with children are doing just fine. Unlike a lot of people, I usually think things though before posting them here. But if you want to go statistics instead of my anecdote, lesbian couples tend to fair better.

No, they can't raise children at all.

Even orphanages in Communist Romania were able to raise children. Just not well.

What a change! We went from studying Brezhnev's bowel movements in the 70's to studying Putin's pronouncements today.

It was not just us.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3422563/Enema-state-Ex-Soviet-agent-reveals-Stalin-spies-analyse-leaders-EXCREMENT-clues-personality-tricked-Chairman-Mao-using-box-toilet.html

I wonder what bullshit they came up with?

Blogger Noah B The MacroAggressor December 28, 2016 4:37 AM  

When the media encounter an unassailable argument from the right, they just ignore it.

Blogger Bodo Staron December 28, 2016 4:39 AM  

Putin gives good speeches and his geopolitics is smart. I give him that. But his domestic policy does not reflect what he preaches. I came across these three videos from a Romanian guy. He dissects what is actually going on in Russia.

Cultural Enrichment
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6krhd5MADzY
Living in Russia
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kesrrj450JI
Societal degeneracy
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YBa4MHA5zWA

Blogger The Kurgan December 28, 2016 4:49 AM  

Russians tend to be the most reality based people I have come across so far. I think decades of soviet lies have inured them genetically against lies in general.

Anonymous Rocklea December 28, 2016 5:01 AM  

Hoist the Troika and pour me a vodka!

Anonymous trev006 December 28, 2016 5:04 AM  

I actually wonder how the history of the 20th century would look if Putin (a traditional yet strong Russian leader) replaced either Stalin or Gorbachev. Arguably easier circumstances, in some years, than he faces now. Mind reels.

Blogger Some Dude December 28, 2016 5:13 AM  

"Such a world needs merely vassals."

(((O___0))))

Blogger Phillip George December 28, 2016 6:00 AM  

It's time for the UN to have "international year of the normal person" .
What do we want? "Majority Rights! When do we want them? "Now!"

It's simple. The majority have been screwed over by Globalists using self flagellation diversity worship sermons as their principal tools........

Do penance. Buy diversity and the UN will grant you personal indulgences and get your relatives out of purgatory for their rayciss badthink.

Theirs nothing new under this sun. The religious gaming is a carnival shell trick. When a minority is right they aren't playing victim politics nor selling diversity bonds, your children to slavery.

Blogger Doug Cranmer December 28, 2016 6:08 AM  

"This comment is no coincidence. He knows. #pizzagate."

The funny thing with pizzagate for me is that as wild and unconfirmed as it is, in my gut I just know that it's true. These are the kind of people where if they can do something they will.

Blogger James Dixon December 28, 2016 6:10 AM  

> Also, anybody who things that the Russian Orthodox Church has anything, other than in name, to do with Christianity, is deluded.

Since there are Russian Orthodox churches and monasteries in the US, we can decide for ourselves.

Blogger rumpole5 December 28, 2016 6:17 AM  

I watched and liked the speech. Every word is pertinent and true. That being said, I wouldn't trust Putin any further than I could throw him. Just because he recognizes the power of belief in triune God doesn't mean that Putin personally believes in the triune God. A rational atheist would want to live in a country populated by spirit led Christians.

Blogger Koanic December 28, 2016 6:18 AM  

"For those casting about for the true leader of the Alt-Right, there is a strong candidate."

Hillary said nothing wrong.

Blogger Lazarus December 28, 2016 6:18 AM  

Ivan Lenin wrote:. Also, anybody who things that the Russian Orthodox Church has anything, other than in name, to do with Christianity, is deluded.

Where do you get that from, Desi? A bald assertion generator?

Anybody who things that the (INSERT NAME OF CHRISTIAN ORGANIZATION HERE) has anything, other than in name, to do with Christianity, is deluded.

Anonymous Icicle December 28, 2016 6:19 AM  

These are the kind of people where if they can do something they will.

I found it interesting the overlap between pedophiles and psychopaths a lot of studies are showing. Both are truly Nature's Mistakes.

Blogger Fenris Wulf December 28, 2016 6:42 AM  

The Russians are lecturing the godless Americans about the importance of faith, family, and tradition. Yep, I woke up in the anti-matter universe again.

Anonymous Bz December 28, 2016 6:44 AM  

(I assume you had already heard about that gay Australian [redundant...] couple)

"Two dads are better than one" as the fawning media first called it. Then it turned out their adopted Russian boy was being used in child porn and, if I recall correctly, also was being prostituted. Then Putin banned adoption of Russian children to gays.

Anonymous Bz December 28, 2016 6:48 AM  

Vlad said nothing wrong. Whatever his own beliefs, if he uses this as foundation for his country he will succeed. And Western leaders will of course be unable to coherently reply, and so will just ignore it and the media will paper it over. Look squirrel. Look squirrel. Why won't you look at the damn squirrel?

Anonymous Icicle December 28, 2016 6:57 AM  

"Two dads are better than one" as the fawning media first called it. Then it turned out their adopted Russian boy was being used in child porn and, if I recall correctly, also was being prostituted.

They have produced a crime documentary about that case. This will probably be hard for some people to watch.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xufh8XysHJ4

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey December 28, 2016 7:10 AM  

"I just know that it's true."
It's kind of odd the way the story about that Norwegian pedophile ring disappeared, too. Both the NYT and WaPo initially ran stories about it, then memory holed them.

Blogger ZhukovG December 28, 2016 7:10 AM  

Even Putin's political enemies have admitted that if he is faking his Russian Orthodox Christianity, he's doing a damn good job of it.

Under Putin over 20,000 churches and monasteries have been restored to their intended function, including the rebuilding of Christ The Savior Cathedral in Moscow, which was destroyed by the Bolsheviks.

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey December 28, 2016 7:14 AM  

@Snidely Whiplash
"They will have exactly nothing to say about this. It will never be reported in the Western press"

Exactly. You don't have to lie as much if you have the power to determine what is "news" and what doesn't make the cut.

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey December 28, 2016 7:20 AM  

@Rumpole5
"doesn't mean that Putin personally believes in the triune God."

And you think that Jefferson did?

Anonymous JAG December 28, 2016 7:21 AM  

Russia might one day be the last home on earth for Caucasians. Good to know she's got a great leader in the here and now.

BTW, ever notice how Putin somewhat resembles George Washington, or is it just me?

Blogger Ivan Lenin December 28, 2016 7:33 AM  

Those who think Putin "stands up for Christianity and the West", should look into:
a. How non-ROC Christians are treated in Russia, and
b. The relationship between the ROC and the commies (and the commies' grandchildren who now own the country).
The USSR (just like the modern Russia) was run by a few families of homos and paedophiles. The reason that the likes of Clinton and Obama hate Putin so much, is because they are so much alike - hysterical, vindictive narcissists, willing to kill just to get attention to their precious ass, and to destroy their nations, just to keep themselves in power.

Blogger Hugo Smith December 28, 2016 7:52 AM  

@6

Yep. It did 200 pushups as soon as it hit the ground.

Anonymous Ominous Cowherd December 28, 2016 8:13 AM  

Ivan Lenin wrote:The reason that the likes of Clinton and Obama hate Putin so much, is because they are so much alike - hysterical, vindictive narcissists, willing to kill just to get attention to their precious ass, and to destroy their nations, just to keep themselves in power.

Putin seems to be a Russian patriot. Patriot or not, it is in his personal interest as dictator to build a strong, healthy society in his nation. He is building Russia up, not tearing it down. This is the difference between a nationalist and a globaist.

Contrast that with Clinton, Bush or 0bammy.

rumpole5 wrote:Just because he recognizes the power of belief in triune God doesn't mean that Putin personally believes in the triune God. A rational atheist would want to live in a country populated by spirit led Christians.

Whatever Putin believes, he sees that Christ will build up a nation which believes in Him. Our founding fathers saw the same.

Putin may be Alt-Right, but he is also All-Russian. He is an Alt-Right leader, but can never be a leader of the American Alt-Right. Our leaders can certainly learn from Putin - even if Putin is a lying atheist - because Putin is a nationalist.

Anonymous Opus December 28, 2016 8:25 AM  

Wow! - I wish he were my Head of State (or Prime Minister).

Blogger Kek Disciple December 28, 2016 8:29 AM  

Ironic when you realize that the side that won Cold War wasn't the 'good guys'.

At least, the leaders who followed in the West after the Cold War weren't. It was in fact the chance they had been waiting for, for over 100 years, to weaken and destroy any threat to their hegemony.

There is an Evil Empire after all--it's called US-EU-Zionist-Sunni Union.

Let's hope Emperor Trump will work closely with Putin and other like-minded leaders to crush it from all sides.

Blogger Akulkis December 28, 2016 8:50 AM  

The man knows of what he speaks -- as the same thing was done to Russia circa 1917-1992.

Blogger Akulkis December 28, 2016 8:52 AM  

@2

The Russians (as opposed to the Communist Soviet Union) have always been trustworthy.

#1 Rule -- do not cross them, or they will kill you.

#2 Rule -- don't cross them, and they won't kill you.

It's really quite simple.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan December 28, 2016 8:55 AM  

Hillary Clinton is an alt-right leader, done much she has.

Blogger Akulkis December 28, 2016 9:00 AM  

@17

I remarked some years ago that I never thought I would see the day when the President of the U.S. is the biggest promoter of Communism on the planet, while at the same time, a former KGB Officer is the head of Russia AND the most outspoken defender of Christianity.

It has been several years since I made that observation, and Putin has been nothing if not absolutely consistent on this line. Remember the flack he took (from the Western press), and potential loss of tourist revenues, from publicly proclaiming a new law prohibiting gays in Russia from having any substantial contact with children.

This latest pronouncement is part and parcel of that. He's serious -- he's ALREADY implemented this in Russia.

Blogger Josh (the gayest thing here) December 28, 2016 9:07 AM  

This latest pronouncement is part and parcel of that. He's serious -- he's ALREADY implemented this in Russia.

NB, this speech is from 2013

Blogger Akulkis December 28, 2016 9:08 AM  

@17

By the way, during Putin's first term, I feared the whole thing was a big ploy. Remember the "Russia is so broke, their soldiers in the Warsaw Pact countries (i.e. westernmost Red-Army-occupied lands) are selling their weapons" was really just a way of effortlessly liquidating the AK-47 inventory (7.62mm) as the Russian army was replacing it with the AK-74 (with 5.45 mm). The reason for concern was that a defector, who wrote under the name Suvorov, warned that the long-term plan would be that the Soviet Union would "dissolve" so as to remove *the appearance* of a Communist threat. The reason for my concern was t hat this happened just as the left really started to become ascendant in American culture.

Putin does NOT appear to be following this plan -- he certainly would have done everything possible to get Hillary elected, not Trump. [No, I don't subscribe to the "Russians hacked the election" story, but it is obvious that Putin favored a Trump victory]

Blogger Ivan Lenin December 28, 2016 9:12 AM  

Ominous Cowherd wrote:

Putin seems to be a Russian patriot. Patriot or not, it is in his personal interest as dictator to build a strong, healthy society in his nation. He is building Russia up, not tearing it down. This is the difference between a nationalist and a globaist.



In theory - yes, absolutely. But if you come to Russia, especially outside Moscow and St.Petersburg, you will not see any building of a "strong, healthy society". You will see degradation, moral and material. Healthcare and education are getting worse. Economic opportunity for the unconnected is shrinking. Poverty, alcoholism and other drug addiction, are on the rise. The brain drain, and overall immigration, is on the rise. The forests and the water resources are being destroyed.

Russia is ruled in the only way Bolsheviks know how to rule: by robbing the country, and sending their children to the "decadent West". They treat Russia the way Mongolian hordes did: as something to plunder.

Being a vain narcissist, he's focused on appearances, on making Russia seem strong and powerful. The cost of such appearances is the genocide of the Russian people.

Puting is certainly not a globalist. But he's not exactly a nationalist: he's the Communist Party's flesh and blood. It's not about Marxism or any other ideology. It's about genealogy, supported by deception and conspiracy of silence. If there's one art that the Bolsheviks and their KGB servants have mastered, it's deception. A lot of people in the West, and among the alt-right in particular, are falling for it, and refer to him as a nationalist, which is totally understandable, considering what kind of people hold power in their own countries.

Anonymous Deplorable D December 28, 2016 9:22 AM  

#41 a. How non-ROC Christians are treated in Russia

Perhaps that has something to do with how ROC Christians are treated by Western Christians. I've seen first-hand how some Western Evangelicals treat Orthodox Christians...and these Evangelicals were guests in the Orthodox country. Arrogance galore!

Blogger VD December 28, 2016 9:28 AM  

But if you come to Russia, especially outside Moscow and St.Petersburg, you will not see any building of a "strong, healthy society". You will see degradation, moral and material. Healthcare and education are getting worse. Economic opportunity for the unconnected is shrinking. Poverty, alcoholism and other drug addiction, are on the rise. The brain drain, and overall immigration, is on the rise. The forests and the water resources are being destroyed.

Then why has Russian life expectancy increased so dramatically under Putin?

Blogger Flyover Pilgrim December 28, 2016 10:12 AM  

> Also, anybody who things that the Russian Orthodox Church has anything, other than in name, to do with Christianity, is deluded.

Perhaps our Uncle Vanya was rejected as a Reader in his local parish because of his heterodox beliefs, and is angry. And vindictive. I've witnessed a similar response here in the States. Watch out for planks, Uncle.

Blogger Johnny December 28, 2016 10:27 AM  

Either because of the situation or because of bad leadership, when the USSR fell apart Russia went through an extremely difficult ten year period. Rampant inflation, most things got worse, and the former collective assets were all but given away to a small number of people who became extremely rich.

Putin managed to halt the decline, produced several years of economic gain, and settled things down. Right now, apparently due to the sanctions, the country is in a gradual decline, and I think life expectancy has declined a little, but not grievously. The place is still a pretty rough country to live in.

Blogger Ingot9455 December 28, 2016 10:37 AM  

"Such a world needs merely vassals."

This portion is almost John C. Wrightian in explaining the Azarchel worldview.

Blogger Dr. Φ December 28, 2016 10:55 AM  

Has anyone verified the subtitles to this speech with an actual Russian speaker? Alternatively, has anyone been able to figure out the when/where/why of this speech?

While I agree with the sentiment, and while it is certainly plausible that these represent Putin's thoughts on transgenderism, there are aspects to the text that make me skeptical. For instance, "political correctness" is an American idiom. If Putin were to use it, he would say it in English (and if he did this, I didn't catch it). The closest Russian expression I'm aware of that captures the same meaning is "agitprop", which would have been translated "agitprop", as this Russian word has long been in English circulation.

Blogger William Hudson December 28, 2016 10:59 AM  

@20. Bodo Staron, thanks for those links. I watched all 3 segments and found them somewhat eye-opening to put it mildly.

Anonymous lao tzu December 28, 2016 11:20 AM  

Its actually funny how Putin is being groomed as the champion of western civilization and Christianity when he is neither.

This is a play by Putin -- the whole alt right support, nationalism, is a way to get his enemies fighting between themselves.

Anonymous Gen. Kong December 28, 2016 11:59 AM  

#20 really doesn't reveal anything that's not known with a bit of digging, and one must question the author of the videos about (((his real loyalties))) for his remark that the (((genocidal cultural Marxists))) who own Sweden as being better than Boss Putin - perhaps just more hasbara propaganda. Putin might not be our friend, but if he's an enemy at all, he's a far lesser one than the likes of (((George Soros))), or his lickspittle Hi-Fellatin' Franny. Globalists and SJWs are real enemies. They want us exterminated. Even Musloids are lesser enemies than globalists and SJWs.

Blogger Ivan Lenin December 28, 2016 12:12 PM  

VD wrote:

Then why has Russian life expectancy increased so dramatically under Putin?


Good question, I'm glad you brought it up. The short answer is, oil prices.

The longer answer involves the following:
1. The global and regional trend. Russia is not the only country in the world, and the Eastern Block, where standards of living rose in the late 1990s - early 2000s. If you adjust the alleged life expectancy increase to this trend, it won't look so dramatic.
2. Veracity of your data. Whether you rely on the Russian government or WHO as your source, they get their data from organizations under complete state control.
4. Post-war conditions. Many people in my parents' generation (Soviet baby-boomers) were malnourished in the 1940s.
5. Break-up of the Soviet Union. In the late 1980s-early 1990s, many of us went hungry, pretty often. The situation began to improve before Putin came to power - because of oil prices, the Internet and mobile telecom, and new organizations growing in the post-Soviet vacuum. We started seeing improvements in the late 1990s, and not just in Russia.

It's hard to argue that Putin, as any ruler, has incentives to keep his population healthy and happy. At the same time, as many rulers, he also has incentives to keep them drunk, sick, and struggling to survive. In either case, he has incentives to paint a rosy picture.

Blogger DrAndroSF December 28, 2016 12:13 PM  

VD, it's "Occidentis Defensor," but I see your point.

Blogger Parallel December 28, 2016 12:36 PM  

A Soviet KGB cold warrior advocating for Christian values?

Have the KGB "active measures" (see http://esr.ibiblio.org/?p=260) blown back to their country of origin so badly that the former originators of memetic warfare must explicitly counter them?

Anonymous Gen. Kong December 28, 2016 12:38 PM  

Putin's primary interest is in advancing Putin and keeping Putin in charge. In advancing this interest, he's attacking our mortal enemies (((Soros, et al))), SJWs like Soros' step-n-fetchit Hi-Fellatin' Franny the Pontifex Maximus of Pedophilia, etc. This is not unlike Milo attacking the SJWs in his media antics. In a sense he (and yes even Milo) are acting as Occidentis Defensor simply because there are no actual Occidentals doing the job as effectively (for now). The position of both individuals playing the part may well change as more people are red-pilled into reality over time and new leaders emerge. The bar is pretty damned low, as someone above noted - and not just in Russia.

Blogger Bodo Staron December 28, 2016 12:39 PM  

Gen. Kong wrote:#20 really doesn't reveal anything that's not known with a bit of digging, and one must question the author of the videos about (((his real loyalties)))

I searched for his Name. Looks like he is an author for "A voice for men" and runs the Romanian section.

Blogger Vince December 28, 2016 12:45 PM  

I never thought I would live to see the Russians become the good guys, but there you are. Putin may very well be the new Charles Martel. God bless him.

Anonymous BiigGayKoranBurner December 28, 2016 1:04 PM  

This of course is part of the plan to destroy nations for (((profit))). WIKILEAKS released the RIVKIN document years ago https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2011/05/14/in-honor-of-french-reader-understanding-the-rivkin-project/
https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2015/11/10/current-europe-the-rivkin-project-full-video/

I've seen first-hand how some Western Evangelicals treat Orthodox Christians

Reminder Russian Orthodox Christmas is Jan 7

PizzaGate is real, and we are going to smash it and everything it represents.

Seeing how brazenly open they are has had me look at past experiences in new light. Damron- the international gay travel guide had listings back in the 90s as businesses in some nations being "House of boys" which at the time I saw it thought it was just legalized male brothels, now I am not so sure. I did know back then that I didn't make enough money to pick up the habit of snorting cocaine off of 15yo boys PPs.

If that's their poster children, imagine how the "average" child in that kind of bind must be

I have not meet a gay/lesbian couple that I would have wanted to grow up being the child of.

Clearly vox you have been paid off by both the Russians and the Jews.

If any of the Russians under the NY Times reporters beds are hot, please consider an above the bed position.

It's funny that a man who publicly kisses boys on the belly button, is bitching about "propaganda of paedophilia".

You should see where Barney Frank kisses them.

But if you want to go statistics instead of my anecdote, lesbian couples tend to fair better.

Bitch please, those statistics compare GLBT that can throw away $50,000 to buy a kid, to Latrina's 21 crack babies. I feel more sorry for a boy raised by lesbians than

Then why has Russian life expectancy increased so dramatically under Putin?

They get to eat whole grain bagels when they stay under the beds of NY TIMES reporters.

Blogger Jed Mask December 28, 2016 1:17 PM  

"No wonder they hate and fear him so. He is a true nationalist who is not afraid to stand up in defense of both Christianity and the West... and he has nukes. For those casting about for the true leader of the Alt-Right, there is a strong candidate."

Well... I ain't "hatin'" on Mr. Putin if he's about the defense of Christian Faith and everything that is good in the world.

*HOWEVER* Smh... you really serious thinking of him as a "candidate" for this "Alt-Right" Movement?

Aiiyahyah... I just don't trust Mr. Putin "personally" in certain matters but he's a man that gets his business done but I wouldn't feel "secure" putting my life into his hands.

Gotta pray for Mr. Putin but to get too "comfortable" with him and his scheming strategic ways will put you out of your peace.

Otherwise, interesting good read. Thanks. Amen.

~ Bro. Jed

Anonymous Tipsy December 28, 2016 1:24 PM  

DrAndroSF wrote:VD, it's "Occidentis Defensor"

I was going to chime in - but you got there first. :-)

Blogger Bodo Staron December 28, 2016 1:35 PM  

Putin is a complex man and I can't even begin to claim to know what he's up to.

Lost his entire family to the war - to Germany's war. Became an intelligence officer, went to eastern Germany. Learned German, speaks it to this day (and very well I might add).

Spoke before the German Bundestag a couple of years ago, asked for cooperation. Became somewhat friendly with the former German chancellor Schröder, who is now a lobbyist for Russian gas.

Certain Anti-Russian elements (I read all sides) claim all of this Russian propaganda is a ruse, it's to prepare for a "Weltoktober" revolution. That's why the Russians fostered more European integration.

But now the claims are, no, no, the Russians they finance and support the new Right Wing parties, nationalists. How this is aligned with the "Weltoktober" idea, I have no idea.

Some claim it's about getting the US out of Europe, maybe more Europe didn't work, so now the Russians try less Europe.

His public analysis is always spot on, he doesn't have to lie. The revolutionary act he is now performing is, he just has to tell the truth about a certain topic. For example, about the rocket shield:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kqD8lIdIMRo

Some years ago he went before the Jews in Russia and just said this:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7bSAB5OPkwQ

Anyway: It's most important to watch what he does, not what he says.



Blogger Tom K. December 28, 2016 1:41 PM  

Thank God we no longer NEED the Western Media elites to spread truth.

Everyone, Like&Share on all your social media accounts!

Blogger Ingot9455 December 28, 2016 2:03 PM  

@71 I'm sure you know about Putin's Jewish high school German teacher:

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4504539,00.html

Pretty classy. I don't know if it's public relations or if he considered her one of those special teachers we all are hopefully fortunate enough to have, but it's interesting that you comment on his good German skills.

Blogger RobertT December 28, 2016 2:04 PM  

Great speech. You would never hear that from an American politician, not even Trump.

Blogger Casher O'Neill December 28, 2016 3:10 PM  

Tipsy wrote:DrAndroSF wrote:VD, it's "Occidentis Defensor"

I was going to chime in - but you got there first. :-)


What's this then?

https://youtu.be/IIAdHEwiAy8?t=49

Anonymous VIVA PINOCHET December 28, 2016 3:16 PM  

Dropping leftists from Helicopters is always on topic.

"Philippines president claims he dropped kidnapper from helicopter"
https://www.yahoo.com/news/m/b2775024-ef90-3c92-8346-63f0936045cc/ss_philippines-president-claims.html

Anonymous craig December 28, 2016 3:57 PM  

58. Dr. Φ: "Has anyone verified the subtitles to this speech with an actual Russian speaker? Alternatively, has anyone been able to figure out the when/where/why of this speech?"

http://en.kremlin.ru/events/president/news/19243

September 2013, meeting of the Valdai International Discussion Club. My Russian is rusty, but his words track well with the subtitles and the transcript linked above.

"For instance, "political correctness" is an American idiom. If Putin were to use it, he would say it in English (and if he did this, I didn't catch it)."

His actual quote was 'polit-korrectnost'. The Russian language is surprisingly amenable to imported words, and loves portmanteau creations even more.

Anonymous Tipsy December 28, 2016 4:21 PM  

Casher O'Neill wrote: What's this then?

My favorite scene of the movie; however, I'd point out that the locative of domus is domi (at home), even though domum (homewards) is probably correct as used in the movie.

Blogger Benjamin Kraft December 28, 2016 5:01 PM  

So Vox, I take it you're of the opinion that Putin is in a strong enough position that he can (PROFIT! from) turn the tables on all would-be SJWry assassins that putative leadership will necessarily draw to him?

Sort of like bird-dogging. Flush the quarry from the rushes with an immutable target who can also pick up the pieces.

Blogger Unknown December 28, 2016 5:02 PM  

Putin is certainly defending the precepts of liberty that are in the Bible, which are also enshrined in many Western traditions, but he's no leader of this thing you call the Alt-Right. The Alt-Right purports to uphold Western tradition but is absorbed by the carnality that is so fundamental to reject in order for those liberties to mean something. It is still controlled by minor tribal chieftains hungry for relevance.

The essential humanity in Putin's speech that makes it great is notably absent from the irritating buzzings of the Alt-Right tribalists. Putin's no mere mosquito, looking to suck a drop of blood from the braying asses of the establishment, he's a bear and a lion and (cunning as) a snake all at once. Like Trump, he'll no doubt see the AR as useful bumpkins.

The Alt-Right is at the edge of its own moral incompetence in attempting to recruit Putin. It's politics might one day grow into something that resembles Putin's but it hasn't a chance while it rejects the essential humanity that characterizes his. It's politics are simply not worthy of the man. The AR hasn't yet found its way out of the hands of the tribal chieftains and war propheteers. Putin may take notice if it does, but absolutely not before.

Blogger DrAndroSF December 28, 2016 5:03 PM  

Tipsy wrote:Casher O'Neill wrote: What's this then?

My favorite scene of the movie; however, I'd point out that the locative of domus is domi (at home), even though domum (homewards) is probably correct as used in the movie.



Glad to see I am not the only pedant...uh, I mean...Latin scholar. It's been a while but, "go home," no matter how we handle the verb and noun forms, strikes me as a wholly English idiom quite out of place in Latin. Something like "redire" would be more likely.

Blogger rumpole5 December 28, 2016 5:25 PM  

Nope, but like Putin he knew the value of a virtuous population. I was just using "triune" to cover all the general Christian bases. But I do believe in the trinity.

Blogger Cail Corishev December 28, 2016 5:43 PM  

To be funny, the Latin and grammar being shouted back and forth had to be on a level the audience could grasp well enough to get the joke, and a pure idiom wouldn't do that.

Which makes you think: consider the educational level of just 40 years ago, that a bunch of comedians making a silly movie could expect that their audience would know what Latin is, let alone have some experience with the trickiness of inflections.

Blogger Elder Son December 28, 2016 6:36 PM  

Contrast this with the moral degeneracy of the West. A habitat of every foul and unclean spirit. This same West that has made it it’s duty to spread this globalist "democracy" around the globe, including Russia, through the various globalist NGO's.

Anyone remember when Western "democracy" vilified Putin for his handling of that foul and nasty Pussy Riot?

I see the problem here. Unless Putin sprouts wings and a halo appears over his head, along with every Russian citizen, people are going to doubt his sincerity. And big deal if he was a former KBG "agent". So what? We have a million or so men and woman dressed in blue/black/tan who haven't met a USgov diktat that they weren't willing to enforce right here in the land of "democracy".

Anonymous Tipsy December 28, 2016 6:48 PM  

Cail Corishev wrote:To be funny, the Latin and grammar being shouted back and forth had to be on a level the audience could grasp well enough to get the joke, and a pure idiom wouldn't do that.

Which makes you think: consider the educational level of just 40 years ago, that a bunch of comedians making a silly movie could expect that their audience would know what Latin is, let alone have some experience with the trickiness of inflections.


When I was living in Prague in the 90s, I went to a concert of the "Prague Syncopated Orchestra". The leader, Ondrej Havelka was talking to the audience and used the passive adverbial participle in a sentence. The problem was that it's almost never used in spoken language, and rarely even in the written language, so he didn't know which form to use (jsa vs jsouc). So, he said the first and then wondered aloud if it should be the second. About 1/3 of the audience spontaneously replied as to which one was the correct. I was struck at that moment how cultured the Czech were, or at least those Czechs who go to PSO concerts were.

Anonymous Tipsy December 28, 2016 6:50 PM  

DrAndroSF wrote:Tipsy wrote:Casher O'Neill wrote: What's this then?

My favorite scene of the movie; however, I'd point out that the locative of domus is domi (at home), even though domum (homewards) is probably correct as used in the movie.



Glad to see I am not the only pedant...uh, I mean...Latin scholar.


I prefer Latin American! ;-)

Blogger IreneAthena December 28, 2016 6:54 PM  

Transference of affection from vodka to beer leads to healthier if not happier Russians.

Blogger Elder Son December 28, 2016 7:06 PM  

America has squandered its gift. It has traded the light, for darkness. And then has the audacity to call it freedom and liberty. It has traded God, for "democracy", which is just code for globalism/Babelism. Anything goes in the Western world and we call it luvvv'a. Putin comes along, and spits the Western degeneracy in our faces, and sure as shit, some people take offense, and doubt his sincerity.

Why! It must be a Russian trick! He's not a "real" Christian! Want to see real Christians? Just look at America! Land of "democracy" and Babel luvvv'a!

Mene, Mene, Tekel, and Parsin. Listen up, America.

Blogger Casher O'Neill December 28, 2016 7:06 PM  

DrAndroSF wrote:Tipsy wrote:Casher O'Neill wrote: What's this then?

My favorite scene of the movie; however, I'd point out that the locative of domus is domi (at home), even though domum (homewards) is probably correct as used in the movie.



Glad to see I am not the only pedant...uh, I mean...Latin scholar. It's been a while but, "go home," no matter how we handle the verb and noun forms, strikes me as a wholly English idiom quite out of place in Latin. Something like "redire" would be more likely.


We'll see how deep we can nest this thing.

My Latin is a bit rusty, but couldn't the title also mean "dying/falling difender"? In that case, I guess Russia is the appropriate bearer of that title.

Blogger Casher O'Neill December 28, 2016 7:14 PM  

DrAndroSF wrote:Tipsy wrote:Casher O'Neill wrote: What's this then?

My favorite scene of the movie; however, I'd point out that the locative of domus is domi (at home), even though domum (homewards) is probably correct as used in the movie.



Glad to see I am not the only pedant...uh, I mean...Latin scholar. It's been a while but, "go home," no matter how we handle the verb and noun forms, strikes me as a wholly English idiom quite out of place in Latin. Something like "redire" would be more likely.


"Romani Romam redite!" I like it.

Anonymous Kolya December 28, 2016 9:14 PM  

This seems to be a rehash of Putin's 2015 Valdai Forum's questions and answers responses.

I have seen Putin receive communion at Valaam Monastery, he always wears the cross his mother gave him, he is always showing up at Christmas celebrations preaching the Word of God to Russia and the world, icons decorate icbm bases and subs, and he is treating cults such as Mormons and Jehovah's witnesses the way true Christians are told to deal with them (see Utah). From Putin's statements and actions one would have to conclude that he is indeed not only a believer but the one national leader who is truly the defender of the faith.

Blogger Basil Makedon December 28, 2016 10:39 PM  

Speculating on Putin's inner thoughts is somewhat pointless. Whether his expressions of piety and apparently willingness to defend Christianity are authentic or not is ultimately between God and Putin. The fact that any world leader is publicly willing to defend Christianity (authentically or not) without reservation is notable.

I don't admire Putin -- he is almost certainly corrupt on a massive scale, almost certainly a murderer and I would not care to live in Putin's Russia (or really anyone's Russia).

I do respect Putin as he has played a very bad hand in geopolitics with great skill thus far. By way of comparison, Bush I, Clinton, Bush II and [Damnatio Memoriae] played much stronger cards hands very poorly.

Anonymous Icicle December 28, 2016 11:15 PM  

Bitch please, those statistics compare GLBT that can throw away $50,000 to buy a kid, to Latrina's 21 crack babies. I feel more sorry for a boy raised by lesbians than

Than? That's also interesting. Since I didn't actually link any statistics. Two non sequitors for one. Maybe they cancel each other out.

Blogger Elder Son December 29, 2016 12:47 AM  

I don't admire Putin -- he is almost certainly corrupt on a massive scale, almost certainly a murderer and I would not care to live in Putin's Russia (or really anyone's Russia).

As far as the Western corrupt globalist all in for degeneracy MSM will tell you.

Anonymous Quicksilver75 December 29, 2016 1:09 AM  

UNKNOWN: "The Alt-Right purports to uphold Western tradition but is absorbed by the carnality that is so fundamental to reject in order for those liberties to mean something. It is still controlled by minor tribal chieftains hungry for relevance."

Would say the above, and most of the rest of your post is silly crystal ball gazing. Come back in June when Trump has had time to govern. What most of his supporters want is simply no more war; less or minimalist overseas adventurism. In sum, no more "Invade the World, Invite the World." I wish Russia all the best. If Putin is less than ideal, hopefully his successor is better. Amen.

Blogger Alexandros December 30, 2016 8:42 PM  

@41
Ivan Lenin wrote:Those who think Putin "stands up for Christianity and the West", should look into:

a. How non-ROC Christians are treated in Russia


How arrogant. You can have whatever flavor of christianity you like all you want in whatever other country you live in, just not any of ours. Kindly stay in your freedom-of-religion countries while keeping your mormon, evangelical, gay, female, or whatever missionaries out of ours and we'll get along just fine.

I suppose I'm being presumptuous in assuming that you even want to get along with us though.

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