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quincy
30-04-2015, 01:12
Fifteen years ago Vladimir Putin assumed the Russian presidency and no one can doubt that he has left his mark on the country since then. Widely popular at home and demonized in the West, Putin has presided over Russia’s transformation from a country on its knees to a renewed global power. What is left on his agenda?
http://rt.com/shows/crosstalk/253885-putin-russia-global-power/

TolkoRaz
01-05-2015, 07:24
If VVP or any Russian leader is being demonized by the West, it means that he is doing his job looking after the interests of the Rodina and fellow Russians :10310:

Slava Rossii :)

Benedikt
01-05-2015, 11:55
If VVP or any Russian leader is being demonized by the West, it means that he is doing his job looking after the interests of the Rodina and fellow Russians :10310:

Slava Rossii :)



while not everything was bad in the CCCP, definitely not all is good in the -western democracies.
ask any German from the DDR.....
and marshall Tito did not a to bad job to keep Yugoslavia together. Fell to pieces as soon as he died. and the mess is there, we see it every day.

quincy
03-05-2015, 00:48
while not everything was bad in the CCCP, definitely not all is good in the -western democracies.
ask any German from the DDR.....
and marshall Tito did not a to bad job to keep Yugoslavia together. Fell to pieces as soon as he died. and the mess is there, we see it every day.

NATO and the EU played an active role in bringing about the breakup of Yugoslavia. People over 35 years of age who remember life in Yugoslavia before the externally supported civil war started speak about it positively