Wednesday, 7 March 2012

Russia: ‘Putin wins, western ZOGs fret’

On Sunday, Russian prime minister, Vladimir Putin, 59, was declared winner in the country’s Presidential election securing a resounding 64% victory. Putin will be President of Russia for the next six years. Putin’s defeated opponents, Gennady Zyuganov, the communist candidate received (17.18%) votes, Vladimir Zhirinovsky, the ultra-nationalist Islamophobe (6.22%), Sergei Mironov, a western-style politician (3.85%) and Mikhail Prokhorov, a Jewish oligarch, 46, the country’s third-wealthiest oligarch and owner of the New York Nets basketball team (7.98%).

Putin’s victory, like Iran’s parliamentary elections, a few days ago – has scared the hell out of the western Jewish lobby groups. The Zionist-controlled mainstream media in the US, Canada and Europe has called Russian election “fraud”, “rigid”, and “scary” – even though hundreds of western oservers have testified that Russian elections were as much transparent as could be in any other European country. The anti-Putin source most western media has quoted is Russian-born American Jewish journalist and author Mash Gessen, who in her book ‘The Man Without a Face: The Unlikely Rise of Vladimir Putin’, called Putin “a street thug”.

It is a scary situation. There were webcams in all the voting precincts and people spent hours watching them. The vote fixing was brazen, and a lot of people are upset. Putin has a warped view of reality, and he is getting bad information. He thinks all he has to do in a period of unrest is to declare victory and tighten the screws. We are in for a tightening of the screws,” Gessen said Monday during a visit to New York.

Le Figaro quotes French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe as saying he has no reason to question the fairness of the first-round victory by Vladimir Putin in Sunday’s presidential elections.

The western hatred toward Putin boils down to his challenge to Zionist-controlled world domination espectially his stand against western military interference in Syria, Iran and Pakistan.

Putin have received congratulation messages from Iranian President Ahmadinejad, Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda, President of Armenia Serzh Sargsyan, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, Chinese President Hu Jintao, Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev, Kuwait’s Sabah Al-Ahmad Al- Jaber Al-Sabah, Indian prime minister Manmohan Singh, Kyrgyz President Almazbek Atambaev, Tajik President Emomali Rahmon, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, Chancellor of German Angela Markel and President Hamid Karzai of Afghanistan.
However, western leaders are not happy dealing with a defiant Putin for the next six years. US State Department’s Israel-Firster Jewish spokesperson Victoria Nuland told reporters that US has doubts about the fairness of the election process. Western countries generally followed a similar line, with France, Britain, and the EU noting the findings and concerns mentioned by the Zionist-controlled Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).

Dear Vlad, Surprise! Surprise! You won. The Russian people are crying too!, Israel-Firster Sen. John McCain wrote on his twitter blog.

German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle urged Russia to probe claims of fraud. Last year, Berlin-based Werkstatt Deutschland reversed its decision to award Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin the prestigious Quadriga prize due to massive campaign by Jewish groups.

Vladimir Putin is a nationalist and a traditional Orthodox Christian who has kept his wife Lyudmila Putina away from public. The last time they’re seen together was in October 2010. Putin is no friend of Muslims living inside Russia or in Europe (Boasnia, Albania and Kosova). He is known as Butcher of Chechnya. Both Russia and China still occupy Muslim lands. Their support for Syria, Iran and Lebanon is for their countries national interests. Both Russia and China sided with US-France-Britain for the destruction of Africa’s richest country, Muslim Libya last year.
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