Monday, November 13, 2017

Russia's Putin Reveals His Biggest "Mistake", However, Russia is Quiet(silent) About Hers(for now)....

@ and Trump and Pahor and Merkel and McCain and Bush and Netanyahu and Scandinavian garbage and all other garbage that lied and lied to people on the global scale(not only my relatives and parents, people in city of Novo mesto, but numerous politicians worldwide) claimed that this is what I want....asking me under MKULTRA infront of people if this is what I want and of course video recording me as I didn't have any choices but to confirm all drugged up whatever was expected from me.....


Never ever was about me, it was all about you scum and others who didn't shut your mouths on time and now it is too late(for me, for them, and for many people who will never even know what truly happened) are a NEONAZI slave Putin...its gonna be you who will live with this and those who supported you and not me !!!

And not 15 years Putin...18 years...18 since you got involved in this case Putin. Will never ever forget words of Norwegian psychologist in Miami when brought back from Europe, "we have him...he is already on board with us...we got him in there"....


Russian President Vladimir Putin revealed Thursday what he says is his country's gravest error in the past 15 years -- placing Moscow's trust in the West.

During a policy talk at the Valdai Discussion Club, the Russian leader spoke on a number of issues, especially criticizing U.S. foreign policy moves across the globe and lauding Russia's increasingly relevant role as a world power. When asked by a Germany-based academic where Russia had most seriously gone wrong in the past decade and a half, Putin said he had too readily laid his trust in the West, which he then accused of having abused its relationship with Moscow to further its own interests.
"Our biggest mistake was that we trusted you too much. You interpreted our trust as weakness, and you exploited that," Putin said, according to Reuters.

“Unfortunately, our Western partners, having divided the USSR’s geopolitical legacy, were certain of their own incontestable righteousness having declared themselves the victors of the ‘Cold War,'" he added, later comparing the West's need to export democracy to the Soviet Union's desire to spread communism.

Russia's President Vladimir Putin speaks during a session of the Valdai Discussion Club in Sochi, Russia, October 19, 2017. Putin told scholars that trusting the West too much was Russia's biggest mistake in the past 15 years. Alexei Druzhinin/Sputnik/Kremlin via REUTERS

U.S.-Russia ties have fluctuated greatly over the years. Russia was initially an ally of the U.S. throughout the tumultuous political years that followed the collapse of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s and was an early ally of the U.S.'s war on terror after the 9/11 attacks in 2001. However, Putin, who has led the country as president or prime minister since 2000, has long been a critic of U.S. attempts to expand its influence around the world and now faces what his U.S. counterpart and former political ally, Donald Trump, described in August as "an all-time and very dangerous low" for relations between the two powers.

"We have to turn this page and move forward and our relations should be based on mutual respect and we should treat each other as equal partners," Putin said, according to the state-run Tass Russian News Agency.

Lingering grievances that surfaced under the administration of President Barack Obama have left the two nations deeply suspicious of another's intentions. Persistent U.S. accusations that the Kremlin interfered in the 2016 U.S. presidential race has led to multiple sanctions and tit-for-tat diplomatic attacks between the countries, while dueling military buildups between Western military alliance NATO and Russia have played out across Europe.

Putin said Thursday that, despite Moscow planning to respond to NATO's deployments near Russia's borders, "everything was under control." In the Middle East, though, he accused the U.S. and its allies of intentionally making an already unstable environment worse.

"Instead of controlling the situation together and dealing a real blow on terrorism, and not imitating the struggle with it, some of our counterparts have been doing their utmost to make the chaos in the region permanent," Putin said, according to Tass.

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