EDITOR’S NOTE (Nick Stamatakis): In his annual address to the Russian nation Vladimir Putin, proved once again why he is a strong leader: Not only he stated clearly his “red lines” in Ukraine and Belarus (that much was loudly reported by the “fake news media”), not only he threatened the West with tough action if these red lines are crossed, but he also spent a big part of his speech on family values and specifically explained his positions AGAINST ABORTION, saying that “the Government will be next to any woman who will choose to keep her baby and will provide substantial help!” No one in the western fake news media reported this – but you can see it in the report from Greece below…

But for the globalists, Vladimir Putin is a threat… Because he does not let them steal Russia’s mineral wealth for peanuts as they did when drunkard Yeltsin was in power… And because he turned to the glorious traditions of his nation and to Orthodoxy to restore the ravages of 70 years of communism…  



Putin warns of tough Russian action if West crosses ‘red line’

Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned the West not to cross a “red line” with Russia, saying such a move would trigger an “asymmetrical, rapid and harsh” response.

The warning came in his annual state of the nation address, amid heightened tension with the West over Ukraine and jailed Putin critic Alexei Navalny.

Mr Putin said Western powers were constantly trying to “pick on” Russia.

Police have detained nearly 100 Navalny supporters rallying in several cities.

Hundreds staged pro-Navalny protests on Wednesday in eastern cities including Vladivostok, Irkutsk and Krasnoyarsk. The authorities have declared them illegal.

The anti-corruption campaigner is being treated at a prison hospital in Vladimir, about 180km (112 miles) east of Moscow. He is on hunger strike and his allies say his life is in danger.

Two close aides to Navalny – lawyer Lyubov Sobol and spokeswoman Kira Yarmysh – were among those detained.

Belarus ‘coup plot’

Mr Putin focused most of his speech on Russia’s battle against Covid-19 and its plans to improve welfare and economic development.

But he accused the West of threatening stability in Russia and its ex-Soviet neighbours Belarus and Ukraine.

“The use of unjust sanctions is growing into something more dangerous: a coup attempt in Belarus,” he said.

He backs Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, who faces huge opposition since claiming re-election last year, in a vote widely condemned as rigged. The two presidents will hold talks in Moscow on Thursday.

On 17 April the Belarusian authorities announced that they had foiled a US-backed plot to assassinate President Lukashenko. Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) said it had detained two Belarusians allegedly involved in the plot.

The coup claim was dismissed by the exiled Belarusian opposition leader Svetlana Tikhanovskaya as a “provocation”.

Since last August’s disputed election, massive demonstrations in support of her have taken place, with thousands of protesters beaten up by police and detained.

Warning to West

President Putin said some Western countries were like jackals trying to please the US, just as a jackal behaves with the tiger Shere Khan in Kipling’s tale The Jungle Book.

“We don’t want to burn bridges, but if somebody interprets our good intentions as weakness, our reaction will be asymmetrical, rapid and harsh,” he said. “We’ll decide for ourselves in each case where the red line is.”

Tensions have been building over Ukraine, as reports say Russia has moved more than 100,000 troops close to disputed areas.

A large part of that force is in Crimea, the peninsula which Russia annexed from Ukraine in March 2014. A senior Ukrainian officer, Gen Serhiy Nayev, estimated the total force to be 103,200 last week.

Russia backs the separatists holding a swathe of eastern Ukraine, and its manoeuvres have fuelled fears of a new Russian military intervention.

In his speech Mr Putin said that “the West didn’t think about Belarus or Ukraine, when the Maidan events were going on there”. Mass protests in Kyiv’s Maidan Square led to Ukraine’s pro-Russian President Viktor Yanukovych fleeing to Russia in February 2014.

“The organisers of any provocations against Russia will regret [their actions] in a way they never have before,” Mr Putin warned.

Mr Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov later described the “red lines” as “our external security interests, our internal security interests in preventing any outside interference, whether in our elections or other domestic political processes”.

Last week the US government accused the Kremlin of “malign activity” and expelled 10 Russian diplomats. Russia responded tit-for-tat. Similar hostile exchanges of diplomats took place between Russia and both the Czech Republic and Poland.

Russia’s fight with Covid

The first half of Mr Putin’s speech focused on Russia’s battle with Covid-19 – he praised the social solidarity of millions of people.

Mr Putin, who coughed several times during his speech, said “vaccination is vital… there is no other way”, and he urged all Russians to get vaccinated.

“In the autumn, we want to have achieved collective immunity,” he said. “We must maintain tight control to stop the virus spreading.”

He said Russia was in a demographic emergency, and Covid was making matters worse. The trend must be reversed, to achieve a median life expectancy of 78 years in Russia by 2030, he said.

During the pandemic Mr Putin has largely remained at a residence just outside Moscow, so this is a rare appearance in public.

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Συγκλονιστικός Πούτιν: Τι είπε για την πατρίδα, τις αμβλώσεις, την οικογένεια στο διάγγελμα του

Ένας συγκλονιστικός Βλαντίμιρ Πούτιν, που απέδειξε γιατί κατάφερε να κάνει την Ρωσία μεγάλη και να είναι μακράν ο δημοφιλέστερος ηγέτης δημοκρατικής χώρας σε ολόκληρο τον κόσμο. Το ετήσιο μήνυμα του στο έθνος, είναι πραγματικά οδικός χάρτης για κάθε χώρα που θέλει να ζήσει, να μεγαλουργήσει και να εξασφαλίσει ευημερία στους πολίτες της. Διαβάστε και θα καταλάβετε

Δείτε ενδεικτικά αποσπάσματα από την ομιλία του:

Η οικογένεια, η φιλία, η αλληλοβοήθεια, η φιλανθρωπία, η ομόνοια αποτελούν για μας ύψιστες προτεραιότητες. Οι πνευματικές και ηθικές αξίες, τις οποίες κάποιες άλλες χώρες έχουν ήδη ξεχάσει, μας έκαναν πιο δυνατούς. Πάντα θα προστατεύουμε αυτές τις αξίες.

Η διαφύλαξη του ρωσικού λαού αποτελεί την απόλυτη εθνική προτεραιότητα. Αυτό καθορίζει όλες τις διατάξεις του επικαιροποιημένου ρωσικού Συντάγματος για την προστασία της οικογένειας, τον σημαντικότατο ρόλο των γονέων στην ανατροφή των παιδιών, τις κοινωνικές εγγυήσεις. Όποια γυναίκα επιθυμεί να κρατήσει το παιδί της, το κράτος θα σταθεί δίπλα της προκειμένου να μην οδηγηθεί στην έκτρωση!

Είναι σημαντικό οι νέοι άνθρωποι να έχουν ως σημείο αναφοράς τους ιστορικούς διαδρόμους και τις νίκες των διακεκριμένων προγόνων μας αλλά και των συγχρόνων μας, την αγάπη για την Πατρίδα, την επιθυμία να συμβάλουν προσωπικά στην ανάπτυξη της Ρωσίας.

Η Ρωσία είναι φιλόξενη χώρα, ανοιχτή για τους πραγματικούς φίλους της.
Θα άρουμε τους εναπομείναντες περιορισμούς εισόδου μόλις το επιτρέψει η επιδημιολογική κατάσταση. Ο στόχος είναι οι τουρίστες από πολλές χώρες να παίρνουν τη βίζα εντός 4 ημερών.

Τι είπε για τα εμβόλια

«Οι Ρώσοι επιστήμονες έκαναν μια πραγματική ανακάλυψη. Τώρα η χώρα μας διαθέτει τρία διαφορετικά αξιόπιστα εμβόλια για κορονοϊό. Αυτό και πολλά άλλα επιτεύγματα τα τελευταία χρόνια είναι η άμεση απόδειξη του αυξανόμενου τεχνολογικού δυναμικού της Ρωσίας»!

Εξαιρετικά σκληρός όμως και για τις εξωτερικές απειλές

Ελπίζω ότι κανείς δεν θα τολμήσει να διασχίσει τις «κόκκινες γραμμές» στις σχέσεις με τη Ρωσία. Αυτές οι “κόκκινες γραμμές” θα καθοριστούν από την ίδια τη Ρωσία σε κάθε περίπτωση.

Θέλουμε να έχουμε καλές σχέσεις με όλα τα κράτη. Δεν επιθυμούμε να κόψουμε τις γέφυρες. Αλλά αν κάποιος αντιληφθεί τις καλές μας προθέσεις ως αδυναμία και σκοπεύει να ανατινάξει τις γέφυρες, πρέπει να γνωρίζει ότι η απάντηση της Ρωσίας θα είναι ασύμμετρη και σκληρή


  1. I used to be proud of being American –
    No more .
    Many of us secretly wish we lived in Russia or wish Vladimir Putin ran America.

    Think: the millions of dead soldiers who fought defendIng America, to look down on earth & see dark turn it’s taken?

  2. Putin isn’t against abortion because he’s religious, he’s against abortion because his country should have a population of 200 million and he has 140 million or less. No one gets married or has kids because it’s a bleak life unless you’re part of Putin’s mafia and all the young women want to go to California.

    Plus he has about 25% Muslims in or around him in the old Soviet Republics and they ARE having babies. He will be overwhelmed with Muslims by 2050.

    So, you want Putin? He poisons his opponents and worse. And the Russian church is as corrupt as every other Orthodox criminal conspiracy worldwide. They just have good propaganda proclaiming how great,holy, and pure they are for all the suckers to read.

    • When was the last time Russia was a western-style constitutional democracy? Never… This fact alone should put things in perspective especially when we are doing comparisons. Russia under Putin is more “democratic” than it ever was.
      No doubt his support of abortion has to do with demography. But life under Putin is much less “bleak” and much freer than it was under communism. Return to the great Russian Orthodox tradition was much healthier, psychologically and socially, for the Russian people than adopting some form of Billy Graham Evangelism that was alien to them. A society well rooted in its cultural traditions is definitely a healthy one – no matter the corruption of the hierarchies (which is rather a universal phenomenon).
      Yes, Russia is fighting Muslim fundamentalists and that should make her a strong ally of the US. And yes Russia has untold wealth in mineral resources and was ready to do business. Rex Tillerson did. He installed a huge EXXONMOBIL platform in the Arctic and started drilling – only to be forced by the “deep state” to dismantle it. If American businesses were allowed to do business in Russia on a large scale, American values and freedoms would soon follow. It would be inevitable. But “deep state” wanted no fair deals with the Russian government but predatory deals…


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