Vladimir Putin Wins!!

05 Mar

It seems that Putin has won yet another presidency. And like usual, the Leftists(and the Russophobic Neocons who still don’t get that the Cold War’s over) in both the East and the West are whining. There have been claims of election fraud and even cute little Arab Spring-style protests. The reality? Even Anti-Putinists knew that he would get about 60% of the vote:

Everyone knew that Putin was going to win, and even anti-Putin pollsters admitted he would get at least 60% of the vote, which would be a landslide in an American election.  But, cry the pundits, Putin has the support of the peasantry.  The smart people in the cities who can watch the BBC and read the New York Times–the people who really count in any country–they are holding spontaneous anti-Putin demonstrations.  Pro-Putin demonstrators are either state employees doing a job or mere yokels.  In other words, Russia=the USA, where only rubes and crazies would support Pat Buchanan or Ron Paul.

And therein lays the rub. The people(i.e. the working man, the farmers, and the rest of Middle Russia) want a strong, decisive leader like Putin while The New York Times(or The New York Beta Times according to Roissy or The New York Holocaust Times according to Taki) reading “intellectuals” don’t. The claims of election fraud are just the standard tripe that “pundits” make when they dislike a certain regime:

The pundits, long in advance, were also predicting corruption and irregularities, as they always do whenever the the US regime disapproves of election results.  The fall-back position is that Putin and his cronies rigged the election in advance by restricting the pool of candidates.

He is yet another thorn in the side of the Brave New World Order(the man really knows how to deal with Jews, Muslims, and sexual degenerates) and therefore his victory is not just a victory for Russia, but a victory for paleoconservatives worldwide.

I hope that he has another good six years. And another six years after that.


Posted by on March 5, 2012 in Brave New World Order, good news


31 responses to “Vladimir Putin Wins!!

  1. Will S.

    March 5, 2012 at 10:32 pm

    Good for the Russians. Of course, the rest of us will still have to contend with them claiming the North Pole, and most of the Arctic Ocean, but oh well; it’ll keep us on our toes…

  2. Ruskin

    March 5, 2012 at 10:47 pm

    It is strange, the admiration most Paleo/Traditionalist Conservatives have for Vladimir Putin. Perhaps it stems from our view of him as the last prominent Western leader who does not subscribe to political correctness, the doctrine of human rights, and so forth. He actually believes in being a man, which leads the effeminate Liberals to accuse him of acting like a tough guy when in reality, that is how men actually are. A believer in his religion, nation, culture, and not unlimited abstractions, Putin has to seriously bother the Left. Hopefully Putin wins another term after this, giving him 24 years.

  3. Kathy

    March 5, 2012 at 10:55 pm

    Well all I can say, Svar, is that Vlad, at 59 still looks the goods 😉

  4. Svar

    March 5, 2012 at 11:08 pm

    Welcome to the blog, Ruskin of Occidental Traditionalist.

    Yes, it is a little strange how the Paleocons are so fond of Vladimir Putin and Russia; the men of Chronicles like Thomas Fleming, Pat Buchanan, Tom Piatak, and Srdja Trifkovic like him but it’s not that surprising. Like you said, he is a man who stands for the Faith, his nation, and his culture. Thomas Fleming, in the article I linked to, even went as far as to compare him to Pat Buchanan.

    I’ve read stories about the man. I’ve read how he punished Jews who were slandering Christ, about his campaigns against Islamic Chechen terrorists, about how he protected the people of Southern Ossetia from the hands of the genocidal Georgians, how he comes down like a hammer on and prevents gay “pride”(there’s an oxymoron) abominations from tarnishing Russian cities, and how close he is the Russian Orthodox Church. Overall, a very admirable man. Of course, I’ve also seen pictures of him partaking in masculine activities like hunting, martial arts, fishing, and horseback riding. He’s a religious, masculine, and conservative leader; what’s not to love? Do you think that Vladimir Putin would call up an anti-Christian feminist slut and congratulate her for being such a slut? Nope, not at all.

    Not to quibble, but I do not think that Russia(or the rest of Eastern Europe) technically counts as the West. Historical Christendom, most definitely. The West, not so much.

  5. Svar

    March 5, 2012 at 11:08 pm

    “Well all I can say, Svar, is that Vlad, at 59 still looks the goods ;)”

    LOL. Women….

  6. Kathy

    March 5, 2012 at 11:22 pm

    “LOL. Women….”


    Bugger the politics as long as he looks good. 😉

    Another good reason why women should never have been given the vote. Lol.

  7. Mark Slater

    March 5, 2012 at 11:57 pm

    Putin is the chief criminal of a nation of criminals (which makes him not so very different from the majority of national leaders).

    Svar said: “Not to quibble, but I do not think that Russia(or the rest of Eastern Europe) technically counts as the West. Historical Christendom, most definitely. The West, not so much.”

    “The difficulty in understanding the Russian is that we do not take cognizance of the fact that he is not a European, but an Asiatic, and therefore thinks deviously. We can no more understand a Russian than a Chinese or a Japanese, and from what I have seen of them, I have no particular desire to understand them except to ascertain how much lead or iron it takes to kill them. In addition to his other amiable characteristics, the Russian has no regard for human life and they are all out sons-of-bitches, barbarians, and chronic drunks.” — General George S. Patton

    My favorite act of Putin: one of the Bush girls (I forget now which one) was highlighted in the media for repeated slutty doings in clubs. This was during her father’s presidency. President Putin wrote her an open letter, “Your father has responsibility of the most serious and difficult order. Why then must you add to his burdens by your misbehavior”. Beautiful.

    Based on the information Svar had provided, Mr. Putin seems like he has a shred of patriotism and a clear understanding of what can bring a nation down from within and how to prevent same. Plus, he seems to be hated by the REAL enemies of America (the New York Times and the neo-cons).

    With that, I guess I can say, “Go Putin!”

  8. Ruskin

    March 6, 2012 at 12:21 am

    “Not to quibble, but I do not think that Russia(or the rest of Eastern Europe) technically counts as the West. Historical Christendom, most definitely. The West, not so much.”

    There is definitely a substantial difference between Eastern and Western Europe, depending largely upon a person’s definition of course. For me Eastern Europe would include the Slovak nations and Hungary (of which is my ancestral homeland). Look at what Hungary just did this year with their new constitution or what the Latvian President said about their SS troops during the 1940s being the true defenders of the Fatherland or even Belarusian President Lukashenko saying ‘it is better to be a dictator than gay’. Compare that to the people and leadership in France, Britain, Sweden, and so on; mighty big difference.

  9. Prinz Eugen

    March 6, 2012 at 12:46 am

    Soon John McCain will be calling for airstrikes on Moscow. In the name of freedumb.

  10. Will S.

    March 6, 2012 at 12:51 am

    It is a paradox, that Russia is overrun with, some say run by, organized crime, yet has a strong, anti-progressive national government. Yet the Russian people don’t blame Putin for their country’s troubles, and have reelected him: the ultimate show of confidence. They no doubt know better what they’re doing than we do, notwithstanding the Western media’s dislike of him.

  11. Cranberry

    March 6, 2012 at 6:52 am

    Sounds like it might be time to invest in a dacha and learn to speak Russian. Through his mother, my husband could claim Russian citizenship. Maybe it will be the new promised land.

    I’m tickled at yet another situation where democracy and the voting process, when they do not work out in favor of the liberal elite, are trashed as corrupt.

  12. Samson J.

    March 6, 2012 at 1:46 pm

    19th-century Russia saw itself as the heir to the Christian Byzantine Empire, as the Byzantine Empire was heir to Rome. It may be that the 20th century notwithstanding, Russia turns out to carry forward the Christian tradition better than any other nation.

  13. Carnivore

    March 6, 2012 at 7:33 pm

    It’s very sad that when the Iron Curtain came down, the USA took an excellent opportunity to gain a huge and powerful national friend in that area and decided to pursue a different approach. We encouraged them to quickly privatize which allowed a few to get wealthy and rip off the many. Then we started our current strategy which is to bring NATO right to the Russian front door by getting as many of the former Soviet satellite countries into NATO. And that’s not even touching on the covert operations we encouraged and funded in former republics.

  14. Will S.

    March 6, 2012 at 8:44 pm

    Yep, American foreign policy as regards post-Communist Russia hasn’t exactly being intelligent, to say the least…

  15. Svar

    March 6, 2012 at 9:49 pm

    @ Mark Slater

    LOL. So General Patton thought that Russians were also “chinky, dinky ratmen”?

    Aww, but come on. Thomas Fleming compared the man to Pat Buchanan! Our Pat Buchanan!

    @ Ruskin

    There was a time when Slovakia and Hungary would have been considered to be Western(i.e. underneath the Austro-Hungarian Empire). I’d say any country in Europe that is Protestant or Catholic is Western or atleast historically Western. Orthodox countries in Europe are Eastern.

    Hungary in particular is an interesting case… I’ve read that after WWI the Hungarians felt so betrayed by Europe that they started to de-emphasize their Europeaness and started to emphasize their Magyarness/Asiatic nature and took up the ideology of Hungarian Turanism. They went really Eastern, Far Eastern.

    I haven’t heard much about Hungary’s new constitution, but I applaud the “Life starts at conception” bit. That’s all I’ve heard about it.

    It is very true that the men of the East still have a sack to swing around.

    @ Prinz Eugen

    Haha, I know right? What a tool. Well, Russia will stand strong with such a good leader at the reins.

    @ Cranberry

    That’s exactly it. Just because they don’t like Putin, they’ll argue about “corruption”. As if it doesn’t happen right here.

    @ Samson

    Exactly. I feel that Russia is starting to reconnect with her past.

    @ Carnivore

    It is better this way. Better that Russia stays a thorn in the side of the liberal West. America was already headed down tardville by the time the USSR collapsed.

  16. Will S.

    March 6, 2012 at 10:08 pm

    “The madness of tomorrow is not in Moscow, much more in Manhattan.” – G.K. Chesterton.

  17. Ruskin

    March 6, 2012 at 10:21 pm


    Some have gone so far as to categorize it as a “Second Hungarian uprising”. It has led to the pouring in of Eurocrats to condemn it, Socialists calling for foreign courts to intervene, and the cries of dictatorship from NYT reading progressives. Hungary has gone beyond just defending life. They stripped the title of ‘Republic’ out of the constitution, which could open the door to a Monarchial restoration (unlikely though). Declares Hungary to be a Christian nation and that the era of social experimentation has come to an end. And most importantly, holds the Socialists accountable for Soviet era crimes.

    “The new constitution makes the classic statement of Burkean philosophy: “Our Basic Law is the foundation of our legal system; it is a contract between Hungarians past, present and future.””

  18. Will S.

    March 6, 2012 at 10:30 pm

    That’s excellent news! Good on Hungary.

    I seem to recall reading something similar about Slovenia resisting pressure to join the march of ‘progress’, as regards abortion and other social ills of modernity. And I know Poland has, too.

    Good on Eastern Europe, for keeping the faith.

  19. Svar

    March 6, 2012 at 11:14 pm

    God bless Hungary. I read that article and I was filled with joy. Yet another thorn in the Brave New World Order.

    I hope Vladimir Putin backs his Magyar brethren from the scum that infests Washington and Brussels.

    Deo Vindice!!

  20. Will S.

    March 6, 2012 at 11:26 pm

    My favourite Confederate motto!

    God will vindicate, indeed!

  21. Svar

    March 6, 2012 at 11:39 pm

    My favorite part of that motto is that it’s in Latin-that’s the language that God speaks.

  22. will

    March 7, 2012 at 1:32 am

    Russia will burn when the globalists are done with it. Just as it is with Libya.

  23. Will S.

    March 7, 2012 at 6:52 am

    But no-one will risk going to war with Russia, will; after all, they still have nukes.

  24. Cranberry

    March 7, 2012 at 8:29 am

    I’ve been keeping up with Poland lately. It makes up a big part of my ancestry, Czech another, on my mom’s side. These nations have declared, if only nominally at the moment, Christianity as their religion and are implementing Christian principle in their laws. They do not demand conversion of all of their citizens, but make it clear what their guiding principles are, and I admire that.

    I commented on Wapiti’s recent post about Christian persecution that perhaps separating church and state was not the best thing. I’ve reflected on that and still think so, but I’ve fleshed out the idea a bit: a government that stands by Christian principles and natural law has room to be secular and tolerant of other religions, not demanding conversion, only adherence to it’s laws as part of voluntary citizenship. Perhaps the East will be the salvation of western culture; of course if one travels far enough East, West is precisely where one ends up…

    Would Poland be East or West? West, I think, given it’s historic political and cultural associations with France, Italy, and Germany. It was part of the Eastern bloc under Communism but has always seemed to have eyes for the West, and Orthodoxy was never a dominant thread in their religious fabric. Since the 7th century (IIRC) Poland has been dominantly Roman Catholic. Sorry, I know I’m just quibbling right now 🙂

  25. Svar

    March 7, 2012 at 9:14 am

    In this world, will, nuclear weapons = guarantee of national sovereignty. Libya didn’t have nukes but Russia does. Russia will not fall to the West. The West, due to it’s materialistic decadence and cultural degradation will fall.

  26. alcestiseshtemoa

    March 9, 2012 at 6:20 am

    I’m half-Russian. 🙂


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