The most evil man in the world has a sense of humour

His liberation/invasion is made to save these people from annihilation.  Two days after Russia moved, the Ukrainians planned to take over Donbass.  He moved just in time.  NATO was shocked.  The Ukrainians have been overrun and all their cities surrounded (bar the Western areas) in just 14 days.  Yet the Ukrainians are still shelling civilian areas while accusing Russia.


4 Responses to “The most evil man in the world has a sense of humour”

  1. ian says:

    He is a bit of an enigma. He does and says all the right things whilst in the background, was one of Klaus Slob’s young leaders. I like many of the things he does yet I am loathe to give all my trust to a political figure who in some ways “may”, be mixed up in the plan to deny the west Fuel, and food supplies from Ukraine and Russia. Time will tell.

  2. danceaway says:


    In a speech in 2017, WEF founder Klaus Schwab mentioned Russian President Vladimir Putin as a Young Global Leader, but Putin is not mentioned on any archived member list of the Global Leaders. Putin was attending a 1992 WEF meeting in St. Petersburg, where he was head of the Committee for External Relations of the Mayor’s Office at the time.

    This comes from this site:

    The site is called Exposiing The Darkness, and looks very interesting.

  3. danceaway says:

    I, too, wonder about this a great deal. It has occurred to me that it would not faze Klaus Schwab in the least to simply make up this claim in order to discredit Putin or perhaps pull him into the fold.

    If we try to judge by action and not words, Putin comes out streets ahead of the rest of the world’s public figures.

    So much to contemplate.

  4. danceaway says:

    Putin’s sense of humour always appeals to me; it comes from such intelligence combined with humanity and is delivered with kindness, even when dealing with the most egregious, ill informed, and even insulting western reporters.

    How he tolerates Liz Truss is beyond comprehension.