Vladimir Putin's Wise Words For Our Times (2015 U.N. Speech)

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What Vladimir said in 2015 needs to be heeded now, by all political parties, all ideologies, all religions.

Click on the link below to read Vladimir’s speech in a separate window. R-click on it to read it in a separate window or click on the link at the bottom. All those currently involved in the war between Iran and the United States should listen to what Vladimir had to say back in 2015, when Barack Obama was in power. The NATO Empire needs to acquire some humility, and perhaps less greed and ambition.

I think every politician and government worker (especially in a position of political leadership) under Gail’s Conspiracy Law needs to read and study what Vladimir said in this brilliant speech and if they fail to get a passing grade, which means they don’t understand its contents, then they are not smart enough to be a politician and SHOULD BE SACKED.

I’m not saying they have to agree with it, but they should understand what Vladimir was trying to say. If they can’t comprehend what Vladimir said in this brilliant speech replace them with someone who understands it. If they can’t comprehend what Vladimir said, they are too dumb to be in politics or government leadership and will just make government an insane asylum run by the inmates. We need smart people in government not dummies.

Also, if they disagree and they can’t come up with an intelligent rebuttal, they should ALSO BE SACKED. An intelligent rebuttal means they must answer using concepts that are logical, fair and make sense and must refrain from gross generalities, labels, stereotypes and assumptions in their answers. Their rebuttal must be based on facts, and not prejudice, labels, political or religious affiliations, or the us/them mentality.

“Indeed policies based on self-conceit, and belief in one’s exceptionality and impunity have never been abandoned.

The power vacuum this created in some countries of the Middle East and North Africa, immediately was filled with extremists and terrorists.

It is hypocritical and irresponsible to make loud declarations about the threat of international terrorism while turning a blind eye to the channels of financing and supporting terrorists, including drug trafficking proceeds AND ILLICIT TRADE IN OIL AND ARMS. It’s irresponsible to TO TRY AND MANIPULATE EXTREMIST GROUPS AND PLACE THEM AT ONE’S SERVICE TO ACHIEVE ONE’S OWN POLITICAL GOALS IN THE HOPE OF “DEALING WITH THEM” OR LIQUIDATING THEM LATER. . .

However the bloc thinking of the times of the Cold War and the desire to explore new geopolitical areas is still present among some of our colleagues.

It is regrettable, however, that some of our colleagues have so far chosen a different path — that of exploring new geopolitical spaces.

First, they continued their policy of expanding NATO and its military infrastructure. Then they offer the post-Soviet countries a false choice — either to be with the West , or with the East.

Sooner or later this logic of confrontation was bound to spark off a grave geopolitical crisis. This is exactly what happened in Ukraine where the population’s discontent of the current authorities was manipulated, and a military COUP orchestrated from outside triggered a civil war.”

Vladimir Putin at 2015 UN Address