EU refugee crisis ‘absolutely expected’ – Putin

04 Sep



Russia has frequently warned of major problems which Europe would face as a result of Western policies in the Middle East and North Africa and jihadist groups terrorizing people, so the current refugee crisis in the EU doesn’t come as a surprise, said the President of Russia.

“I think the crisis was absolutely expected,” President Vladimir Putin told journalists at the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok.

“We in Russia, and me personally a few years ago, said it straight that pervasive problems would emerge, if our so-called Western partners continue maintaining their flawed … foreign policy, especially in the regions of the Muslim world, Middle East, North Africa, which they pursue to date,” said Putin.

According to the Russian president, the main flaw of Western foreign policy is the imposition of their own standards worldwide without taking into account the historical, religious, national and cultural characteristics of particular regions.

Spot on.


22 responses to “EU refugee crisis ‘absolutely expected’ – Putin

  1. ddswaterloo

    September 4, 2015 at 2:17 pm

    Diversity means chasing down the last white person. Diversity means White Genocide. Its a crime. Period.

    Here’s a real leader. First 5% diversity, then 10%, then 30, 50% then 100% diversity. Freedom now, freedom from this genocidal, anti-white diversity.

  2. Prince LaQroix

    September 4, 2015 at 4:17 pm

    The more I listen to this guy, the more I like him. It’s like he’s the only chicken in the room without its head cut off.

    What I find crazy is that my dad has a visceral, gut reaction against Russians and Russia as a country. He grew up under the Communist dictatorship in Romania and saw what the Soviet Union did to his country. As a result, he really doesn’t like Russians. More like an intense dislike. He admits that it’s a bit irrational, but because of what he lived through, he can’t feel any other way. Yet, even he admires Putin. When this is the case, then you know something is up. Either the leadership in the West really is that bad, or Putin isn’t so bad himself despite what the media might claim.

  3. Fouryst

    September 4, 2015 at 4:29 pm

    I have a really bad feeling in the pit of my stomach. Would it be crazy to think that both the USA and Russia have been pushing mass 3rd World immigration on Western Europe as part of their master plan? All of the European countries are run by CIA and KGB agents back from the Cold War. When the USSR collapsed, the new Russia doubled down on traditionalism and conservatism. Because of that, all of Europe’s far right parties love Putin and hate the USA. Russia seems to want Europe flooded so the coming swing back to the right puts pro-Russia parties in power and causes Europe to break with North America in favor of Eurasia. The USA wants to keep the swing from happening and so is heavily using its social and economic controls to placate the native populations. It seems that Europe is destined to stay vassalized, having completely lost its ability to claim sovereignty after WWII. However, it remains to be seen whether Europe will become an isolated Russian colony and retain relative ethno-cultural homogeneity, or stay a USA colony and have all forms of collective consciousness utterly destroyed, being reduced to one giant military base and consumer market.

  4. Will S.

    September 4, 2015 at 6:28 pm

    @ dds: It is appalling how much our elites hate their people, indeed.

    @ PLQ: Agreed.

    I think Putin is an autocrat, a bit brutal in his methods, but essentially sound, and truly wanting the best for his people, in his own mind.

    This leads him to actually try to preserve his people, by opposing the gay agenda, mass immigration, and promoting the family, and the Orthodox faith, Western cultural influences, etc.

    Whereas Western leaders hate their people, and want to replace them with foreigners, as dds recognizes.

    @ Fouryst: Yes, it would be crazy to think that Russia and America are deliberately promoting mass immigration in western Europe. As with America and Canada and Australia and New Zealand, the elites of western Europe simply hate their own people, and want to replace them. They don’t need manipulation from Washington, and I’m sure Moscow isn’t promoting this; they simply share the same values as the elites of the rest of the Western world: hatred of their own. As for Russia, I can’t imagine them deliberately playing a role; their values are too different.

  5. Will S.

    September 4, 2015 at 8:22 pm

    And yet there are Christians here in North America who think we should automatically line up with Israel, support them no matter what, just because God had a covenant with the Jews previously.

    Despite what effect that has had on the Middle East – leading TO fundy Iran, ISIS, etc.

    Twits or fools; can’t decide.

  6. Eric

    September 4, 2015 at 11:02 pm

    Putin is right, as usual. He also predicted that the sanctions would backfire on Europe, which they have. They’ve hurt the EU economies far worse than Russia, and actually profited the US at Europe’s expense.

  7. Eric

    September 4, 2015 at 11:08 pm

    Greece is about ready to bail on the West and join with BRIC. Italy, Spain, and Portugal have considerable populations about to do the same. The elites in France want to continue national suicide but the French population is increasingly pro-Putin and anti-elite. It’s only a matter of time before the EU/NATO collapses.

  8. Will S.

    September 5, 2015 at 1:16 am

    Yep, he’s usually right. 🙂

    I hope we will see the E.U. crash and burn completely in our lifetime; replaced by a Europe of nations, once again.

  9. infowarrior1

    September 5, 2015 at 6:27 am

    @Eric Will S.

    Unfortunately big tyrannical governments will do everything they can to drag the people with them to their demise if they fail.

    • Will S.

      September 5, 2015 at 9:51 am

      Alas, indeed.

  10. Mark Citadel

    September 5, 2015 at 1:59 pm

    Aleksandr Dugin had a very interesting theory, that Marxism and National Socialism, though failing to succeed Liberalism as the dominant world ideology, had they key components assimilated into Liberalism itself. They inherited the moral relativism of the Soviet Union, and the Reich-esque belief in the supremacy and applicability of the ‘white man’s’ way as it pertains to foreigners. Thus, the West sees no problem exporting its cultural rot to countries like Uganda. In addition, it sees no problem absorbing hostile immigrants because it believes its own supremacy will eventually force them to conform to Liberalism.

    Modernity on deathwatch.

    • Will S.

      September 5, 2015 at 2:08 pm

      Indeed, liberalism is a cousin ideology to Marxism and National Socialism; all being products of the so-called ‘Enlightenment’, really.

  11. pukeko60

    September 5, 2015 at 3:48 pm

    WIll, it will definitely be in your lifetime. I expect a Brexit. And these are not refugees. It will get very, very bloody. We forget that the European nations ran empires because they are bloody minded murderous bastards on a nice day.

    The Russians have never forgotten that. The elite have.

    But this elite is dying as we speak. There will be reform: from gamergate to sad puppies to nationalists (not right wing, nationalist) parties to the breakdown of the euro …

    We are fighting diffuse wads — a worldwide slow revolution. It will either be Islamic or Christian. My money is not on the Muslims: Europe will wake, and it will be terrible.

    So I’m praying for the Arabs. Seriously. That the Christians among them are preserved, and the Muslims repent before the lose. Yet. Again.

  12. Will S.

    September 5, 2015 at 7:56 pm

    Chris, I half hope it does. Maybe it’s been too long since the last world war; perhaps it’s time for another one, to remind Europeans of what it takes to keep a solid peace. 😉

    Ditto the rest of the West, for that matter. I’m a peace-loving guy myself by inclination, but maybe, just maybe, it’s time, again. No doubt some Islamaniac is looking for an ‘infidel treading on a toe‘ scenario, as a pretext…

    Hey, as I said to the fellow now departed from our blog in a huff, I’m inclined towards the Messianic Israeli Jews, the Lebanese Maronite Catholics, the Assyrian Syrians, and all the other Christians over there; our people. Like you, I will pray for their preservation, and also the conversion of others, Muslim, Jews, Druze, Zoroastrian, and Bahai alike, to the true faith.

  13. Eric

    September 5, 2015 at 8:19 pm

    Speaking of Arabs, I read in the European news is finally dispatching troops to Syria to bolster Assad. Guess what happened? The next day ISIS announced they were releasing 15 Syrian Christian clerics under an amnesty program.

    Something tells me that the Jihadists fear Putin a little more than they do Obama…

    • Will S.

      September 5, 2015 at 8:22 pm

      Of course they do. Putin has a backbone. Obama will kiss their ass, and let them do whatever they want, and not actually do anything concrete about it.

  14. Eric

    September 6, 2015 at 4:03 am

    Obama’s been stupidly ordering airstrikes (considering we aren’t at war with Syria, this is illegal, but that’s another topic). ISIS takes shelter during the bombing; innocent civilians get killed; and the Syrian Army and Air Force can’t get into the regions being bombed.

    Putin and Assad have effectively outmaneuvered Obama again. The NATO countries are going to have to consider whether American Cultural and Economic Imperialism in Syria is worth WW3.

  15. Will S.

    September 6, 2015 at 9:26 am


  16. Lucius Somesuch

    September 6, 2015 at 6:02 pm

    My most radical formulation for the present crisis in Christendom is this: CRISIS.

    If Christian European men start to ask themselves, “What would ISIS do?”, that will be what Brando’s Col. Kurtz would call a “diamond bullet” moment. “Then our troubles in Christendom would be over very, very quickly . . . .”

    –I know, ISIS is a Neo-Con invention, but STILL. And that would add a certain poetic justification to it all too.

    Needless to say, I wouldn’t advocate such random maniacal destruction like those zealots. I trust when the Reaction strikes it’ll be very classy. Play Wagner when going in and all that. Plus, the bulldozed mosques will be very young and not at all historical.

    As for rededicating Hagia Sophia, well, Islam didn’t BUILT THAT, yo . . . .

  17. Will S.

    September 6, 2015 at 7:29 pm



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