Could Putin Quit?

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  1. yiostheoy

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    He Putin?

    Or he Gorbechev?
     
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    Putin announced today that he will be running in the next election ...as if we couldn't guess. His ratings are sky high, and the ratings of his opponents are ridiculous.
     
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    Jeannette Well-Known Member Donor

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    Have you ever heard of projection? What you said doesn't cast a good reflection on you?
     
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    What's going to stop it is a major war or natural disaster. That's when people will realize they should have a certain amount of self sufficiency as a matter of survival. But what concerns me is the concept of a world government, which will be a tyranny since the larger the government the less rights individuals have.
     
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    Little putie boy will get "re-elected" with about 112% turnout, including pet hamsters, iguanas, and shitzus. after that he'll proclaim himself dictator for life, and he will eventually leave....feet first on a hospital gurney, at the tender ripe age of 98, beating Robert Mugabes 94 yrs young.:rolleyes:.
    By that time he will be succeeded by someone named "Rasheed", from the New Chechen Federation, who will proclaim Arabic as the official language of what used to be the Russian federation!
     
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    :roflol:
    Hey... leave the shi-tzus out of it.... I have one

    You know I think that's Putin's worst nightmare... was listening to a podcast article on Russia's Resurgence while I was cooking... not really the thing to do when you are working with knives lol... anyway sounds to me like NATO is going to have to sharpen up quick smart.

    Nato has responded but it's not nearly enough

    https://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/russia-fsu/2017-10-16/responding-russias-resurgence
     
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    All things considered...the russkis probably would need those high numbers of troops, considering the casualty rate they may suffer as a result of full scale combat. Not much has changed since the "great patriotic war". No one knows for sure what their true casualties are in Syria, Ukraine.
    But now that they've been banned from the Olympics, I'm betting there'll be some incursion somewhere. I'm sure the kremlin porch monkey had a "meltdown" behind closed doors after hearing he was banned. That had to have hit him like a pickup truck,lol.

    Oh sure, I'm sure it's on Putin's mind that the Muslims are reproducing like flies in the RF, and the russkis themselves are imploding.
    Krokodil...russias deadliest drug.
     
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    There's no proof he even has that much money.
     
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    that was heartbreaking, they talk about narco terrorism... sounds like the long term plan Hezbollah has for the US.

    The Russian police so corrupt there's no one to stop the distribution, perhaps this is why they want to create their own internet... people found Krokodil online...shocking really
     
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    Krokodil makes crystal meth/crack look like sea salt. It's widespread so I doubt you can stop much of it.
     
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    It's nasty... has to go into a vein or you start rotting from the inside out...imagine what it's doing to your brain... the two young guys being interviewed at the end were like zombies with a chilling stare... they could barely communicate...

    I feel sorry for the mother... the people affected are mostly poor... trying to escape their poverty with drugs. I think it just proves that you can never stop fighting drugs... if you do this is what it comes to.
     
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    How do disasters increase self-sufficiency? Seems it would do the exact opposite to me, since whatever aid any stricken area is getting must necessarily be coming from someplace else it would illustrate how much we all depend on each other, no?

    WHY is it so that the larger the government the less rights individuals have? Again, seems to me it would be the precise opposite, larger governments have more people to govern, so they will be inclined to let individuals do more for themselves and just confine themselves to what is necessary to keep us from killing each other.
     
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    Who is interested in evidence in the West? It is enough to repeat a thousand times any nonsense and Americans will believe in it.

     
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    Americans, could you say, Aleksander Ulyanov is native American speaker or not? He took nick of the terrorist. He writes name Alexander with an error. If he keeps in mind AleksanDR Ulyanov, then he writes incorrectly too. He writes about Putin's fortune but he doesn't write where Putin keeps his money. What a company is so happy to be a Putin favorite? I suppose Aleksander Ulyanov is a troll from Ukraine... Usually they live there.
     
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    No any doubts you are a Russian troll. No. You are the personal troll of Putin!
     
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    You are not right. I am interested in. And not me only!. But as you know, a large number of evidences decreases their price. So deficit of evidences on the West is reasonably.
     
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    Where did you get that information? Did you live in Russia and you made deals with Russian police? How much are they? I'd like to buy a couple of policemen. Though I live in Russia I don't know their price yet. Help me please!
     
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    If food and necessities can't be delivered to an area, and people begin dying, it would raise awareness of how harmful it is to be completely dependent on goods from outside an area. I think a lot of people are beginning to realize it, and are striving for more self sufficiency, but it shouldn't be an individual matter, it should be something that concerns each town and county or province.

    A large government represents a large amount of people, and the more people there are, the less say each individual has in the government and its laws. If for instance certain groups have certain standards and beliefs, they would be stifled by a government which represents the majority...(that is if it is a democracy and not an oligarchy where people have no say at all), so that their rights are ignored and trampled on. But no one's rights should be trampled on, unless they are harmful to others outside of their community. If it's harmful to people in the community, then they can always leave and go elsewhere.

    This is why I believe in as small a government as possible, and that's why our constitution put the rights of the states above the federal government in Washington. Unfortunately, little by little Washington has gained more power, and its now controlled by special interests so we have become an oligarchy.
     
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