Vladimir Putin best aphorisms
Vladimir Putin best aphorisms. Vladimir Putin is 61. The president is still in good shape, healthy and smart. Last year Vladimir Putin intensely generated new jokes and stories. Freudians are taught that wit – a kind of mental sublimation, that is manifested in jokes repressed thoughts and desires. Judge for yourself what kind of man has been ruling Russia for the fourteenth year and what his unconscious is.
Berlusconi is currently on trial for having lived with women. If he was gay, nobody would touch him with a finger
Berlusconi and Putin
..Defense budget of USA in absolute figures is almost 25 times larger than Russia’s. Here it is in defense of “their home – their fortress. And well done, well done. We also need to build our home and make it strong and well protected. We see, after all, what is going on in the world. The Comrade Wolf knows who to eat, as the saying goes. It knows who to eat and is not about to listen to anyone.. annual presidential address to the Federal Senate, 10 May 2006
You must obey the law, always, not only when they grab you by your special place. (Interview, 4 November 2003)
He raped 10 women. I never expected it from him. He surprised all of us. We all envy him. On Moshe Katsav. NewsRu.com
People are always teaching us democracy but the people who teach us democracy don’t want to learn it themselves. MUNICH, February 10, 2007.
Russia doesn’t negotiate with terrorists. It destroys them.
There is no one to talk to since Mahatma Gandhi died. Responding to a question “Former Federal Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder called you a ‘pure democrat’. Do you consider yourself such?” June 4, 2007,
At least the state figure should have a head. In response to Hillary Clinton’s comment that Putin has ‘no soul’.
I have worked like a galley slave throughout these eight years, morning till night, and I have given all I could to this work. I am happy with the results. Quoted in The Truth About Putin and Medvedev, last annual press conference.
I am personally acquainted with Mr Gates, I have met him on several occasions. I think he is a very nice man and not a bad specialist. But Mr Gates, of course, was one of the leaders of the US Central Intelligence Agency and today he is defense secretary. If he also happens to be America’s leading expert on democracy, I congratulate you. On Robert Gatesin interview with Larry King. (February 2010)
“All the world saw him being killed, all bloodied. Is that democracy? And who did it? Drones, including American ones, delivered a strike on his motorcade. Then commandos, who were not supposed to be there, brought in so-called opposition and militants. And killed him without trial.” On Muammar Gaddafi’s Death.
“Mr McCain fought in Vietnam. I think that he has enough blood of peaceful citizens on his hands. It must be impossible for him to live without these disgusting scenes anymore. Mr McCain was captured and they kept him not just in prison, but in a pit for several years, Anyone [in his place] would go nuts.” Response to John McCain’s tweet “Dear Vlad, The Arab Spring is coming to a neighborhood near you.”
We are not for Assad, neither for his opponents, We want to achieve the situation where the violence ends and there won’t be large-scale civil war. How many of peaceful people were killed by so-called militants? Did you count? There are also hundreds of victims. What is happening in Libya, in Iraq? Did they become safer? Where are they heading? Nobody has an answer.
“In any case, I’d rather not deal with such questions, because anyway it’s like shearing a pig – lots of screams but little wool.” On not wanting to deal with the US re: Edward Snowden, 25 June 2013. guardian.co.uk
This was very unpleasant and surprising for me. We talk to them (the Americans), and we assume they are decent people, but he is lying and he knows that he is lying. This is sad. On the recent chemical attack in Syria, 5 September 2013 USA Today.co.uk
Any minority’s right to be different must be respected, but the right of the majority must not be questioned. Without the values at the core of Christianity and other world religions, without moral norms that have been shaped over millennia, people will inevitably lose their human dignity. During his speech at the Valdai forum in 2013
Anyone who doesn’t regret the passing of the Soviet Union has no heart. Anyone who wants it restored has no brains.