Putin no Putin

Putin was killed and replaced with impersonator in 2010

– these rumours are circulating within Russophone world for several years

 

Russian establishment is mostly controlled by the CIA since coupdetat in 1991, and especially after 1993, when Yeltsin shelled down democratically elected Russian Parliament. Most probably, Putin was killed and replaced with impersonator in January 2010. Timing: the replacement took place sometime between the war in Ossetia 2008 and presidential election 2012). Pls search and compare videos and photos featuring Putin before 2010 to videos and photos featuring Putin after 2010.

 

Differences between Vladimir Putin before 2010 and “Vladimir Putin” after 2010 (Putin2) can be seen on the following issues:

1) Personality and intellect. Putin: hard-working, humble, sober, intellectual, direct and democratic, wide horizon of vision, systemic approach, attention to detail. Putin2: doing-nothing lazy slacker, populist talk and Mr.obvious, drinker, narrow minded and shallow, general phrases.

2) USA and Middle East. Putin: an independent ally of the USA, open to criticise mistakes (Iraq 2003), ready to provide assistance (2007 Gabala offer to monitor Iran). “Putin2”: a fake image of an “alternative power”, participates in the USA organised war in Syria.

3) Oligarchs, corruption, internal politics. Putin: all oligarchs should be “equally distanced” from the state (ravnoudaleni), justice to the crimes of Berezovsky and Khodorkovsky. Putin2: Khodorkovsky released, oligarchs are making all decisions to their benefit.

4) Ukraine and Tavrida. Putin: supported Ukraine democracy; stated on 29 August 2008: “Crimea is not a contested territory … Russia recognised the present borders of Ukraine.” Putin2: Recognised the outcome of CIA coupdetat in Kiev and referendum in Tavrida (Crimea + Sevastopol), yet rejected referendums in other parts of Ukraine (Donetsk and Lugansk).

5) Molotov-Ribbentrop. Putin condemnation of the treaty: at Russia-EU Summit on 10 May 2005; at WWII commemoration on 1 September 2009 in Gdansk. Putin2 rationalises the treaty in 2014 and 2015.

6) Deutsch. Putin: fluent in German: Bundestag in 2001, Nord Stream with Schroeder in 2005, press conference at G8 in 2007. “Putin2”: lacks German: 2011 communication at Nord Stream launch, Putin car with German journalist in 2012 in Moscow, Merkel in 2013 in Ekaterinburg.

 

P.S. Check Putin’s photos at the UN in 2005 and 2015.

 

 

 

 

 

1) Personality and intellect. Yes, there are some facial / external differences. What is more important comes from inside.

 

Putin1: hard-working, humble, sober, intellectual, direct and democratic. Wide horizon of vision, systemic approach to problem solving, attention to detail (especially when answering questions or reporting on decisions: he would address specific issue, but also put that into a wider specific context, with numbers, dates, legal provisions, agreements).

Putin2: doing-nothing lazy slacker, populist talk and Mr.obvious talk, drinker, narrow minded and shallow, operating with general phrases.

 

 

2) USA and Middle East.

Putin1 emphasised he is an ally of the USA. An ally being open to criticise mistakes (Iraq 2003), yet ready to provide assistance (2007 offer to share the Gabala radar station to monitor Iran). An independent ally who stayed away from the USA action against Iraq (2003 Putin: ”this is a mistake”).

“Putin2” is trying to project a false image of an “alternative centre of world power”, actively participates in the USA organised war in Syria.

 

 

3) Oligarchs.

Putin1 famously stated that all the big business (oligarchs) should be “equally distanced” from the state power (ravnoudaleni) and did not stop the criminal cases against the violations by Berezovsky and Khodorkovsky.

Putin2: Khodorkovsky was released, oligarchs are making all decisions to their benefit: devaluing the currency, tolling the roads (imagine the length of Rusia), closing countryside schools and free healthcare hospitals in towns, alcohol and narcotics as a weapon to kill civilians, empty money draining projects (such as Skolkovo near Moscow, milking sands in Sankt-Petersbourg, football championship, especially “Zenyth arena”, moving ASEAN Vladivostok meeting to an empty island), even a link to Tavrida – instead of 5km bridge or a 5km safe dam – the oligarchs are building 19km bridge (because its 4 times more money!!!).

 

4) Ukraine and Tavrida.

Putin1: supported the free democratic choice of Ukraine people and integrity of Ukraine; in an interview with German channel ADR on 29 August 2008 (the Prime Minister) Putin stated that “Crimea is not a contested territory … Russia recognised the present borders of Ukraine.”

Putin2: Recognised the outcome of CIA coupdetat in Kiev (mother Russia), recognised subsequent referendum in Tavrida (Crimea + Sevastopol), yet rejected referendums in other parts of Ukraine (Donetsk and Lugansk).

Pic ADR

Screenshot: Prime Minister Vladimir Putin interviewed by the German channel ADR on 29 August 2008.

 

6) Molotov – Ribbentrop pact* .

*Treaty of Non-aggression between Germany and the Union of Councils’ Socialist Republics

Putin1, 2005 speaks about condemning the treaty. A press-conference on the results of the Russia-EU Summit was held at Great Palace Moscow, on May 10, 2005. Replying to questions by Estonian journalist he stated “Please, look at the decision of the congress of the people’s deputies in 1989. Which wrote it black on white: the congress of the people’s deputies condemns the pact of Molotov – Ribbentrop and considers it to be legally untenable. … The case is closed”.

V.V.Putin at the press-conference of Russia-EU Summit on May 10, 2005.

 

Putin1: condemns the pact (01/09/2009 Gdansk: “The Parliament condemned Molotov – Ribbentrop pact. We are entitled to expect that other countries which made deals with the Nazis would also [condemn these deals] on the level of political decisions”.

Screenshot: Prime Minister Vladimir Putin speaks at commemoration ceremony in Gdansk  Westerplatte on 1 September 2009.

 

 

 

Putin2: rationalises the non-aggression treaty (2014: “what’s wrong with the fact that the Councils’ Union did not want to fight a war?” 2015: “the agreement made sense for the provision of security of the Councils’ Union”).

 

 

 

7) Deutsch:

Putin1 was fluent in German, there were numerous examples when he would communicate in German freely and directly. Proof:

+ Putin speaks to German Parliament on 25 September 2001

+ September 2005, discussing Nord Stream natural gas pipeline: direct communication, no interpreters needed

+ 2007 G8 in Germany

2007 G8 in Germany: At the end of Putin’s press conference some activist stood up, shouting and throwing pamphlets about “tyranny”; Putin addressed both in Russian or German: “Gut, … molodets, dai mne chego ti brosaesh-to … Sie haben gemacht, was Sie gemacht wollten. Jetzt Lassen Sie uns in Ruhe! Geben Sie mir Zeit das zu beantworten. … Es ist demokratisch? (Good, … brave fellow, give me what you are throwing … You did what you wanted to do, now let us in peace! Give me time to answer. … Is it democratic?). At the end of the press conference Putin indeed answered to the pamphlet.

 

 

 

“Putin2” lacks German language skills. Proof:

+ Nord Stream launching ceremony on 6 September 2011. No direct communication. I wonder if these spyglasses understand what Mr.Schroeder is saying? Where is Mr.Schroeder since then? (given the problems faced by Germany). Was he threatened to shut up or face the fate of Mr.Putin1?

+ 2012: Putin2 speaks like the phrases out of a school textbook for 5-graders: “Recht ist Kremlin” (To the right is Kremlin); the German journalist seem to be perplexed: “Ja?”

+ April 2013: Putin2 needs the help of interpretor to communicate in German: “Ask the Federal Chancellor to support Ekaterinburg”

8) United Nations Organisation: Putin’s photos in 2005 and 2015.

Putin UN 2005:

Putin UN 2015:

 

 

 

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