Interesting quotes from article linked below:
" In this year commemorating the 100th anniversary of the 1917 Russian Revolution, it is more useful for Senators as well as the Trump Administration to discuss and assess Putin and his policies in the context of the Russian national interest. Who is this former KBG operative, ruthless, with tight control over government and increasing executive power, but also apparently revered as a highly popular, father-like figure?
Is Putin the embodiment of Russian pride and patriotism? Is his strong personal governance of the country reminiscent of the Czarist regime that lasted 300 years and that ended on March 2, 1917 with the abdication of Nicolas II?Or is he the incarnation of Vladimir Lenin and his revolutionary viewpoint
, or the reincarnation of the ruthless Josef Stalin, or a new version of the more moderate Alexander Kerensky, prominent in the February 1917 revolution, or a malevolent figure, the godfather, as Masha Gessen in her book The Man without a Face, asserted, "of a mafia clan ruling the country?"
" The problem is assessing Russia and Putin in particular in the context of 1917. For the Western world, the crucial and threatening statement came from Lenin
. On his arrival on April 16, 1917, after exile in Switzerland, at the Finland Station in Petrograd, now St. Petersburg, he declared that "We must fight for the social revolution, fight to the end, until the complete victory of the proletariat. Long live the worldwide socialist revolution."http://www.thecommen..._putin_s_russiaIs Putin covertly furthering Lenin's worldwide jew-bolsheivk revolution ??
Is that why Putin glorifies jew-bolshevik VICTORY over ANTI-jew-bolshevik Hitler ??
But instead of being Stalin, Putin actually personifies global revolutionary Lenin ??
Is that why... to quote the article again."Statues of Stalin have disappeared, but those of Lenin remain."
Is that why, Lenin's tomb will remain in a place of honor.
Edited by Atossa, 25 March 2017 - 06:21 PM.