Putin On Hillary: "It’s Better Not To Argue With Women"

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Earlier today, Russia's Vladimir Putin, absent from the latest G-7 soiree (where he is so sorely missed everyone spoke about him), made waves of his own during an interview which was taken on June 3 in Sochi with anchors from Radio Europe 1 and the TF1 TV channel. It was, in a word, hilariously accurate, concise and without the usual prevarications and lies we are so used to when listening to US politicians. Here are some of the excerpts:

On Hillary:

QUESTION (via interpreter): Mr President, it is very convenient that you are meeting with Mr Obama on June 6. Perhaps, it would be worse if you were meeting with Hillary Clinton. Only a few days ago, she said that what Russia is doing in Eastern Europe resembles what Hitler was doing in the 1930s.


VLADIMIR PUTIN: It’s better not to argue with women. But Ms Clinton has never been too graceful in her statements. Still, we always met afterwards and had cordial conversations at various international events. I think even in this case we could reach an agreement. When people push boundaries too far, it’s not because they are strong but because they are weak. But maybe weakness is not the worst quality for a woman.

Lucky for him, he has that option. Some more on Hillary and US bases around the globe:

QUESTION (via interpreter): Women must be respected, of course, and I’m sure you respect them. Do you think she went too far? There is a lot of mockery and cartoons in the media – including those showing you. What was your first reaction? Were you angry? Did you want to get back at her or laugh? We have never seen you laugh.


VLADIMIR PUTIN: Someday I will indulge myself and we will laugh together at some good joke. But when I hear such extreme statements, to me it only means that they don’t have any valid arguments. Speaking of US policy, it’s clear that the United States is pursuing the most aggressive and toughest policy to defend their own interests – at least, this is how the American leaders see it – and they do it persistently.


There are basically no Russian troops abroad while US troops are everywhere. There are US military bases everywhere around the world and they are always involved in the fates of other countries even though they are thousands of kilometres away from US borders. So it is ironic that our US partners accuse us of breaching some of these rules.

On his presence at the D-Day Anniversary Commemoration:

QUESTION: On Thursday evening you will meet with President Francois Hollande in the Elysee Palace, and the next day you will attend the D-Day 70th Anniversary Commemoration. This will be your first trip to the beaches of Normandy, and you will be the first Russian President to attend the ceremony. What do you as a Russian citizen think about being invited to this exceptional ceremony?


VLADIMIR PUTIN: This will be an important event for Europe and the rest of the world. We will pay tribute to those who prevented Nazism from enslaving Europe, and I believe that Russia’s attendance is a momentous event. The thing is that Russia and the anti-Hitler coalition countries, including France, were allies in that struggle for freedom, and my country played a vital and maybe even the decisive role in defeating Nazism. But we’ll never forget the French Resistance fighters and the French soldiers who fought side by side with us on the Soviet-German front, which is also called the Eastern front. I believe that this should not only remind us about our history, but also help to promote our relations now and in the future.

On cold war 2.0

QUESTION: [A]re you saying that we are on the verge of another Cold War?


VLADIMIR PUTIN: I hope we are not on the verge of any war. Second, I insist that people – wherever they live – have their rights and they must be able to fight for them. That’s the point. 


QUESTION: Is there any risk of a war? Now, as we see tanks on their way from Kiev, many people in France are asking this question. Were you tempted to send troops to eastern Ukraine? 


VLADIMIR PUTIN: This is an interview, which implies short questions and short answers. But if you have patience and give me a minute, I will tell you how we see it. Here’s our position. What actually happened there? There was a conflict and that conflict arose because the former Ukrainian president refused to sign an association agreement with the EU. Russia had a certain stance on this issue. We believed it was indeed unreasonable to sign that agreement because it would have a grave impact on the economy, including the Russian economy. We have 390 economic agreements with Ukraine and Ukraine is a member of the free trade zone within the CIS. And we wouldn’t be able to continue this economic relationship with Ukraine as a member of the free trade zone. We discussed this with our European partners. Instead of continuing the debates by legitimate and diplomatic means, our European friends and our friends from the United States supported the anti-constitutional armed coup. This is what happened. We did not cause this crisis to happen. We were against this course of events...

On what constitutes "proof":

QUESTION: But, Mr President, the United States and the White House claim they have evidence that Russia intervened in the conflict, sent its troops and supplied weapons. They claim they have proof. Do you believe that?


VLADIMIR PUTIN: Proof? Why don’t they show it? The entire world remembers the US Secretary of State demonstrating the evidence of Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction, waving around some test tube with washing powder in the UN Security Council. Eventually, the US troops invaded Iraq, Saddam Hussein was hanged and later it turned out there had never been any weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. You know, it’s one thing to say things and another to actually have evidence. I will tell you again:  no Russian troops…


QUESTION (via interpreter): Are you saying the US is lying?


VLADIMIR PUTIN: There are no armed forces, no Russian ‘instructors’ in southeastern Ukraine. And there never were any.

On Ukraine joining NATO:

QUESTION (via interpreter): Do you recognise Ukraine’s sovereignty and its neutral stance with respect to relations between Russia and the West?


VLADIMIR PUTIN: Yes, we recognise its sovereignty. Moreover, we’d like Ukraine to act as a sovereign state. Joining any military bloc or any other rigid integration alliance amounts to a partial loss of sovereignty. But if a country opts for this and wants to cede part of its sovereignty, it’s free to do so. Regarding Ukraine and military blocs, this is what worries us, because if Ukraine joins, say, NATO, NATO’s infrastructure will move directly towards the Russian border, which cannot leave us indifferent.

On Russia's plans about the French-built ampnigious assault ship:

QUESTION (via interpreter): You are talking about trust-based relations – both in defence and the economy. You have paid over a billion euros for two Mistral-class amphibious assault ships, and Russian naval officials are to visit Saint-Nazaire in a few days. Have you given them special permission to go to France?


VLADIMIR PUTIN: I believe we are living in a civilised world and we will all continue to fulfil our obligations and contractual commitments. I’ve heard a lot of talk about these ships going to Russia and some people believe that Russia shouldn’t get them. You know, here in Russia we had a lot of opposition to this contract. France is entitled to decide against selling the ships, but in that case we should get out money back. This would mean that out countries won’t have an opportunity to develop ties in the defence sector – but overall we are ready to expand our cooperation and even to place new orders, if our French partners are interested.   

A geographic lesson:

QUESTION (via interpreter): Don’t you think the United States is trying to surround Russia, to make you weaker as a leader and perhaps isolate you from the world? You are being very diplomatic now but you know the facts.


VLADIMIR PUTIN: Facts? You’ve said it yourself: Russia is the biggest country in the world. It would be very difficult to surround it, and the world is changing so fast that it would basically be impossible, even in theory.


Of course, we can see attempts by the United States to pressure their allies by employing their obvious leadership in the Western community, in order to influence Russia’s policy.


Russia’s policy is based solely on its national interests. Of course, we take the opinions of our partners into account but we are guided by the interests of the Russian people.

And so on. There is much more in the full interview linked here.

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Squid Viscous's picture

the Hitler "meme" was featured 3 times in less than 20 minutes on Faux news last night, no joke...including a clip of an old Dubya speech in Israel re: those pesky terr-rsts...

then i put down the remote and went back to pulling out my toenails...

BanksterSlayer's picture

If Vlad's actions resemble Hitler, then what can we say for the actions of Jewess/Sabbatean-Mafia she-devil Victoria Nuland? The National Guard unit of the Kiev Junta that she helped pace in power are proudly adorned with stylized Nazi insignia on their uniforms.



john39's picture

those occult symbols are much older than Nazi Germany...

MrFailSauce's picture

I think Putin is closer to Otto Von Bismarck. 

jcaz's picture

Ahh- explains why he never argues with Barry then.....

Latina Lover's picture

I'll bet Barry wishes Putin would argue with him, and then have make up sex.

12ToothAssassin's picture

Fun fact: Victoria Nuland's real name is Victoria Nudelman. Carry on.


Nuland is the daughter of Yale bioethics and medicine professor Sherwin B. Nuland, whose original surname was Nudelman. Victoria’s paternal grandfather was Meyer Nudelman from a family of Jewish immigrants who came to New York City from the Russian Empire.[2]


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victoria_Nuland (Sorry for wikipedia reference, I shall lash myself 33 times)

James Dandy's picture

Nudelman, another name-changer telling the Goyim how it's gonna be, imagine that.  

12ToothAssassin's picture

AND married to Robert Kagan - Yes the Project for the new American Century Kagan brothers NWO card carrying A-holes that engineered the WMD pretext for war in Iraq. Sound familiar?  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_for_the_New_American_Century

ParkAveFlasher's picture

Putin, forever after to be simply referred to as "The Bro-skie".  I like this guy, he's my nigger.  I bet his wallet is the one that says "Bad Ass Muthafucka" on it.  Now tell that bitch to be cool.  Say, "bitch be cool."

wee-weed up's picture



I agree with Putin...

Don't argue with women...  You'll never win.

Those of us who are married or have been... have learned...

Just ignore them!


OK... Junk away, gals!

But you know you do the same to us!  ;-)

Againstthelie's picture

Being racially very aware, extreme racist, while telling the Goyim they should interbreed with Blacks and Asians...

Reminds me of the excellent video "AntiRacist Hitler": http://youtu.be/lKDeyuM0-Og

Volkodav's picture

"The Russians are Slow to Saddle Their Horses, but Ride Fast"     Otto von Bismarck

MeMadMax's picture

One thing that pisses the globalist fucks is that Russia is independent.


It can't be sanctioned to death.

It can't be war'd to death.

It can't be debt'd to death.

It can't be bubbled to death.


It's resources are vast in terms of both manpower and ecological... and, in a hurry, can be put to work almost immediately to crush an opponent using shear numbers...


Squid Viscous's picture

agree, but last night was re: Obama the "appease-nick" for freeing those nasty Taliban guys... misguided WW2 references are a last ditch option for brain-dead Ziocons/MIC warmongers apparently ...

john39's picture

in mordor, licking his masters' boots.  why can't the United States have politicians who represent U.S. national interests? rhetorical question...

jeff montanye's picture


military industrial complex.

if that isn't too close to a redundancy.

drendebe10's picture


"There ain't nuthin uglier than an old white woman."   Fred Sanford (Redd Foxx in Sanford and Son)

xtop23's picture

    I wish our idiotic leaders would quit giving Putin the ammunition to come off sounding like the only adult in the room.

Seriously. They are just spoon feeding him one gaffe after another that he gladly bludgeons us with.

And I can't really blame him. I would do the same, were I in his position.


Yen Cross's picture

   Take your pick>  Wookie or North American Sasquatch...

ebworthen's picture


I would never bet against Putin in a game of chess, nor subtle pwnage.

GVB's picture

Actually, he's doing nothing more than telling the plain truth by means of strategic diplomatic talk, flavoured with a little bit of funny sarcasm. It is his only option. I think he's implicitly addressing those who are willing enough to see through the blatant lies. I think he will be successful, if not, we are all screwed big time. 

drendebe10's picture

Putin allegedly said about the liar in chief:  "Negotiating with {the liar in chief} is like playing chess with a pigeon.  It knocks all the pieces over, craps on the board and then struts around like it won."

fauxhammer's picture

Ha!  So says YOU, Queen LaQueefa!!

rtalcott's picture

You can not believe him but at least what he says makes sense...and he knows history unlike barry, kerry, hillary, smoking joe biden, mad dog mccain etc.

RaceToTheBottom's picture

Having grown up seeing the actions of the Old USSR and knowing his background, I don't like him and don't trust him, but he does talk better and at a higher level than US politicians.  


Not sure how much is the translations but it was almost like there was some intelligence there.  Same cannot be said about US politicians, with or without teleprompters.

Volkodav's picture

He makes sense, but you cannot believe him?

You are not able? What prevent you?


Itchy and Scratchy's picture

What in the hell is that old broad doin' speaking for America?

suteibu's picture

"But maybe weakness is not the worst quality for a woman"

Ouch!!  Backhanded bitchslap.

rtalcott's picture

nothing backhanded about it....in your face...

Stoploss's picture

Lots of wrist action as well.

Sathington Willougby's picture

Started talkin shit
wouldn't ya know
reached back like a pimp
and slapped the ho 

NoDebt's picture

That, ladies and gents, is how you pay somebody what's called a "left handed complement."  I have to admit I like watching Putin work.  

Iocosus's picture

Telling it like it is. What every westernized man is afraid to say.

Christophe2's picture

My favorite failed-attack piece of the West on Putin is the following:


It is so fun to watch Putin play around with oligarchs and other self-important pukes - his understanding of strategy, timing and bitter irony is astonishing.

Volkodav's picture

Telegraph is terrible. The story has changed many times.

nosoeawe's picture

there is no way in hell hitlary was born with titties a vag

argue at will putin 

Anasteus's picture

"When people push boundaries too far, it’s not because they are strong but because they are weak. But maybe weakness is not the worst quality for a woman."

1:0  Volodya!

Frank N. Beans's picture

ms. clinton, ball in your court


COSMOS's picture

She will just call him HITLER again.  She is a conniving bitch for sure, that is how she got where she is, but she has no class like Putin.

Squid Viscous's picture

Can he run in 2016? much better option than Ramrod vs. whatever fat, rich fuck the repugs choose...

TheMeatTrapper's picture

Americans do that if the EBT system goes down for an hour. What do you think would happen if the Feds started calling in airstrikes on us? It would be a hell of a lot worse than that.

Volkodav's picture

I expect ownership is some of Kyiv coup supporter Oligarch and locals well aware of it..acted accordingly......

JuliaS's picture

Putin On Obama: "It’s Better Not To Argue With Women."

syntaxterror's picture

Bill Clinton didn't have much of a problem with that eyesore.