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Alexander Mercouris Dives More Deeply into Putin’s Speech

Starting at about 14:30, Alexander looks more closely at the philosophical aspects of Putin’s speech, and the effect it will have on the world audience.

The west is protraying the speech as some sort of a rant; Alexander wishes to make it clear that this is far from the truth, and discusses several parts of it in a most interesting and helpful way.

Putin makes it clear that in spite of the hope he has for eventual peaceful coexistence of a many individual sovereign societies and cultures, that the reluctance of the west to give up their hegemonic control means the next decade is likely to be very difficult indeed.

Another important programme from Alexander. We are fortunate that he is willing to share his understanding and knowledge with us. It has a very calming effect, in spite of the seriousness of the message.





3 Responses to “Alexander Mercouris Dives More Deeply into Putin’s Speech”

  1. pete fairhurst says:

    Same comment as the other 2 posts on this subject. this one is the best of the 3 by a long way:

    “As Alex says: “You can decide. Are these the words of a dictator, of an authoritarian? Or are these words of something else, something different to the propaganda?”

  2. Belyi says:

    Listening to Putin’s speech and the Q&A, made it so clear the West’s day is done unless they have a rapid awakening and start to behave as civilised nations: I’m not holding my breath.

    Listening to such a statesman is a real joy and the knowledge that most of the planet is siding with him is a cause for celebration.

    • pete fairhurst says:

      Agreed 100% Belyi, a cause for celebration indeed

      I’m not holding my breath either. Who in west would be brave enough to oppose these western madmen and their agents?

      Putin is clearly the worlds premier statesman. He towers over the western pygmies