Why I admire Putin, by Farage: Ukip leader praises Russian President as superb ‘operator’ who has outwitted the West
- Ukip leader Nigel Farage has praised Russian President Putin
- He said he didn’t approve of his politics, but personally admired him
- He said his handling of the Syrian civil war had been ‘brilliant’
- Russia was criticised for propping up tyrannical leader Bashar Al-Assad
- Last year Al-Assad used poison gas against his own civilians
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TAP – The EU is designed to collapse bringing all the countries that are its members down with it, and its beleaguered currency. Whether that is to happen through means economic or military cannot be seen by anyone at this stage. Putin might be seen by many as a resister of the New World Order and of the Zionists, but rest assured, just as Hitler was seen as the bastion to fight against Communism and the Zionists, Putin is not a freedom fighter for humanity and national sovereignty. On the contrary, his role is to create the war which will justify the ending of democracy in the west, making UKIP’s attempts to hold on to any kind of democratic basis of running Britain irrelevant.
Farage is right to see that the EU is making all the running in stirring up conflict around the Eurasian land mass, and it’s good to see their efforts being brushed off firmly by Putin who’s had a decade and more to get ready for what he’s now up against. War is theatre, though, and Putin knows his ultimate role is to throw his own people and country away to world government. He cannot seriously expect to take on the naval power of NATO and win. He can delay the inevitable clash, but by doing so, will only ensure it is the monumental punch-up which the Archontic world government desires it to be. Putin is of illegitimate Royal background. I wouldn’t hold out much hope for him being a great promoter of the kind of world NIgel Farage would approve, even though I can understand his feeling pleased with anyone that cocks a snoop at his old enemies in Brussels.
Putin seems happy enough for this kind of brutality to be endemic in Russia’s prisons.