Jaycey

African Refugee
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Vladimir Putin voted Russia’s sexiest man.

"The results are in and Russians have voted Vladimir Putin as the sexiest man in the country. More than 2,000 Russians said the 68-year-old president is the hottest man in the land. The Moscow Times reports that 18% of Russian men and 17% of Russian women thought Putin was the best looking guy. However, 18% of the women said there were no sexy men in Russia."


If it's not a personal question do any of the ladies on here find him sexy?
Or, God forbid, any of our male members?

Strange that Kim Jong-il was also voted the sexiest in his nation but doubtless the votes were free & fair.
 

Kanga

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Russia
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Vladimir Putin voted Russia’s sexiest man.

"The results are in and Russians have voted Vladimir Putin as the sexiest man in the country. More than 2,000 Russians said the 68-year-old president is the hottest man in the land. The Moscow Times reports that 18% of Russian men and 17% of Russian women thought Putin was the best looking guy. However, 18% of the women said there were no sexy men in Russia."


If it's not a personal question do any of the ladies on here find him sexy?
Or, God forbid, any of our male members?

Strange that Kim Jong-il was also voted the sexiest in his nation but doubtless the votes were free & fair.
BBLEURGHHHHH! Pass the sickbag.
 

Camden

Member
Russia

I wonder if his mate in Turkey is looking on and taking notes...

Putin wins right to extend his rule until 2036 in landslide vote​

Constitutional amendments allow Russian president to run two more consecutive times.

The amendments will “reset” the two-term presidential limit to zero, allowing Putin to run for another two six-year, consecutive mandates after his current term ends in 2024. He has already led Russia for more than two decades, as either president or prime minister.

 

Jaycey

African Refugee
Russia
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Vladimir Putin: Killer On The Loose.

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A displaced Syrian family sit amid the rubble of their destroyed home in Ariha, part of Syria’s Idlib province, on May 4, 2020. The Kremlin has invaded Syria, Ukraine and Georgia and waged a brutal war in one of Russia’s regions, Chechnya. Russian dictator Vladimir Putin stands accused of war crimes and is responsible for the deaths of tens of thousands of people. About 20 of his political opponents have also been killed...
 

Jaycey

African Refugee
Russia
Careful Leslie but I’m sure you posted without realizing that the World Socialist Website is the Trotskyist propaganda arm of the Russian government.

A few cases in point…

“Sections of the navy are objecting to President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s talk of using plans for an Istanbul Canal to scrap the Convention, which limits warship deployments to the Black Sea. This could allow NATO to deploy warships from the Mediterranean, at will, to threaten Russia’s coast.”

Meanwhile the Black Sea is awash with Russian warships.

“This issue is more even explosive since Biden’s inauguration as US president, after Ukraine announced plans to invade Crimea with NATO support and seize Russia’s Black Sea naval base at Sevastopol.”

It was Russia that invaded and occupied Crimea in the first place!

“Two days later, the Turkish government had ten of the admirals arrested and alleged that they were preparing a coup, referring to the failed NATO-backed coup attempt of July 15, 2016.”

A NATO backed coup, really?

“In regards to Turkey’s plans for construction of the Istanbul Canal, Russia emphasized the importance of preservation of the 1936 Montreux Convention in order to ensure the regional stability and safety of the regional Black Sea straits regime.”

Again there is no regional stability in the Black Sea thanks to Putin.

“The Turkish government’s threats to scrap the Montreux Convention come as NATO tightens its ranks to prepare for war, threatening both Russia and China. In particular, tensions between Russia and the NATO-backed regime in Ukraine on the Black Sea’s north shore are the highest since the far-right forces overthrew Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich in February 2014 in a US- and German-backed coup.

From here it looks as though it is Russia that is preparing for war to gratify Putin’s dream of his Novorossiya – NATO backing would be good if it should happen.

And it wasn’t far right forces that overthrew Yanukovich, it was a popular uprising against his blatant corruption and Russian leanings.

The scary thing is that ordinary Russians have no alternative media to these lies within lies. The little man needs only a small mustache to complete the picture.
 

Kanga

Member
Russia
I posted it BECAUSE it's from that neck of the woods. It's important for free societies and people to see how other views are propagated across the world, to be able to counter them.
 

Camden

Member
Russia

I am glad this opposition leader has stopped his Hunger Strike they need a leader not a martyr

Russian opposition leader Navalni ends hunger strike

Detained Russian opposition leader Aleksey Navalni ended the hunger strike he started on March 31st, demanding medical services.

 

Jaycey

African Refugee
Russia
It’s funny you wonder what Biden said to Putin. I’d be wondering what Putin said to Biden to make him back off with his US warships?
What happened to your direct line to the Kremlin?
Probably "I'll turn back warships if you call off war mongering against Ukraine."
Viva Biden!
 

enoch

Member
Russia
The boss said she read some thing saying Russia had inflatable tanks on the Ukraine lines. Do you think that's a bit blown up. 🤣
 

Camden

Member
Russia
New York Times claims Yaxley-Lennon, and other far-right thugs, are turning to Russia, which often encourages fringe political figures who might destabilize Western democracies, to seek secret Russian bank accounts to hide money from British authorities.


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U.K. Far Right, Lifted by Trump, Now Turns to Russia
The anti-Islam agitator Tommy Robinson struck gold in America. Keeping it might require help from Moscow, where other British far-right activists are also finding friends.
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