Vladimir Putin
2 hours ago
VCT Updated Map?
Vladimir Putin
2 hours ago
Who wants to be my ally?
Vladimir Putin
2 hours ago
Updated List of Territories annexed by Russian Federation
(Posts of me annexing is deleted after it caused issues on my Putin Phone)
6.KAM (Annexed by someone else, no longer part of Russian Federation)
Vladimir Putin
5 hours ago
Name: Russian Federation
Territory: The ones with a red X on the map provided
Capital: Saint Petersburg
Population: 80 million
Flag: 🇷🇺
Allies: None
Status: Neutral
Description: I'll be left alone
Vladimir Putin
6 hours ago
I wanna join, any territory not taken yet?
7 hours ago
Vladimir Putin wants to meet with Obama
+Captain Red
misguided ghøst
11 hours ago
"My first real crush was Vladimir Putin <33"
Vladimir Putin
18 hours ago
Should I change to Jesus Obi-Wan Kenobi
7 votes -
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Vladimir Putin
21 hours ago
My reaction when people call me a Communist
For when the wince is too strong
Andre Bodaan
1 day ago
Vladimir Putin 1971
Ren Höek
1 day ago

Donald Trump, Mike Pence And Vladimir Putin As The Golden Girls Is Brilliant. - YouTube
Tony Teh
1 day ago

Review: i-City Shah Alam — Red Carpet Wax Museum, SnoWalk, City of Digital Lights
a lin
3 days ago

Putin's press conference on Ukraine
President Vladimir Putin facing journalists at the Novo-Ogaryovo residence to answer questions concerning the situation in Ukraine, March 4, 2014. Source: Aleksey Nikolskyi/RIA Novosti
Vladimir Putin announces that Russia is going to invade Belarus and Ukraine.

Vladimir Putin I am gay gay gay [5 min original] - YouTube
Name: Russian Federation

Leader: Vladimir Putin

Language: Russian

Population: ~140,000,000

Flag (Visual or Description): Below

Interests/Goals: Reuniting all of the Soviet states

Government: Federal Assembly
> Federation Council and State Duma

Allies: China

Enemies: USA(somewhat),NATO

Military Personnel (Active): ~1 million

Reserve Personnel: ~1 million

Economy: Above Average

Territory: Russia

Oversea Territory (If Any): Нет
Vladimir Putin
3 hours ago
Gabinci Studios
30 minutes ago
Look what I found Putin
(Worse meme ever)
Cancer Warning
Kym Varner
3 hours ago
In seeming defiance of the US and allies, Russian President Vladimir Putin is flexing the muscles of the Russian military.  Putin clearly recognizes the power vacuum created in the Middle East by the lack of American leadership, and he appears to be…
Republican American
52 minutes ago
Public unimpressed with Russia’s Putin, survey finds: WASHINGTON (AP) – Donald Trump has called Russian President Vladimir Putin “a leader – unlike what we have in this country.” But most Americans don’t agree with Trump’s assessment of Putin’s leadership skills, a new Associated Press-GfK poll shows. Only 24 percent of registered voters say Putin has leadership qualities that would be good for an American president to share, while 71 percent say he does not. In fact, a majority, 56 percent, said they have an unfavorable view of Putin, while only 10 percent said they view the Russian leader favorably. Continue reading Public unimpressed with Russia’s Putin, survey finds at Republican-American.
The Index
18 hours ago
Kuku bra Wladimir Putin

Capital - Vladimir Putin // prod. by Hijackers (16BARS.TV PREMIERE) - YouTube
Gely Gonzàlez
10 minutes ago
fazekas ildikó
19 hours ago
A senior aide to Russian President Vladimir Putin has accused Israel’s Mossad of training Islamic State (aka ISIS) terrorists operating in Iraq and Syria, Iran’s Press TV reports.
Alexander Prokhanov told the state-controlled news outlet that Mossad is also likely to have transferred some of its “spying experience” to the leadership of ISIS, even as Israeli military advisers assisted the terrorists in other ways.
Prokhanov said ISIS is a byproduct of US policies in the Middle East.
lavona paulse
9 hours ago
I think journalist and News Sources should relay the Truth to all Voters instead of Lies or Smear Campaigns.
Democracy my Ass..Come to me for lessons of being Open and Transparent cause that's what's missing in this election. Keeping the Truth away from Voters for your own political gains.
But the Truth has a way of presenting itself.
Don't publish what you think is relevant or ask only to write about certain things which are not of concern.
The people has the right to know what's going on,whether Terrorist attacks or moving towards W111.
But I would like to share this.
Billionaire wannabe master of the universe George Soros is so desperate to elect Hillary Clinton he has launched a new site specifically targeting Donald Trump and the man he hates most of all: Vladimir Putin
Fri, Sep 23
A website peddling conspiracy theories about Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin was launched Wednesday by individuals with ties to left-wing billionaire George Soros.
The site,, claims that “Donald Trump’s lavish praise of Russian president Vladimir Putin, his criticism of our strategic NATO alliance, and his campaign staff’s close financial ties to pro-Russian politicians in Ukraine put our national security interests at risk.”
According to GotNews, Soros-tied PR firm Ripple Strategies sent out an internal memo from co-founder Glenn Turner Tuesday evening announcing the site’s launch. It described it as a site “that rigorously details and analyzes the disturbing, unprecedented ties between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin.”
Far more disturbing for others, however, should be the unprecedented lengths to which the Western globalists and their allies on the Left will go to sink Donald Trump’s campaign.
Ripple Strategies lists Soros’ Open Society Foundations as a client, but a deeper dig reveals that the’s ties to George Soros go far further than just its PR firm.
According to the site, it was launched by entrepreneur Rob Glaser. As the Capital Research Center noted in 2014, Glaser “is an ally of George Soros” and “also a leading member of Soros’s Democracy Alliance, an invitation-only donors’ collaborative for rich left-wingers
15 hours ago
AMAZING VIDEO: PUTIN Hails KALASHNIKOV as 'MODERN ART': Russian President Vladimir Putin has compared one of his country’s most renowned arms manufacturers, Kalashnikov, to “modern art” during a visit to its factory....

Vito Corleone
14 hours ago
Kill that shit: @ vladimir putin devil .This shit should be dead.
Phorcyte X
18 minutes ago
The following is a script from “The New Cold War” which aired on Sept. 25, 2016. David Martin is the correspondent. Mary Walsh and Tadd Lascari, producers.
President Obama’s nuclear strategy states that while the threat of
Risk of nuclear attack rises
What are the chances the next president would have to make a decision on whether to use nuclear weapons? It’s greater than you might think
all-out nuclear war is remote the risk of a nuclear attack somewhere in the world has actually increased.  When that was written three years ago the risk came from a rogue nation like North Korea. Back then the U.S. and Russia were said to be partners but that was before Russia invaded Crimea, using military force to change the borders of Europe. And before its president, Vladimir Putin, and his generals began talking about nuclear weapons. For generations nuclear weapons have been seen as a last resort to be used only in extreme circumstances. But in this new Cold War the use of a nuclear weapon is not as unlikely to occur as you might think.
M Alcodary
57 minutes ago
This Tuesday, Donald Trump met with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi. Thursday night, he called in to Lou Dobbs’s show on Fox Business to report on how the meeting went.

What he said was embarrassingly ignorant. Trump seemed to praise Sisi’s seizure of power in a military coup, then described Sisi’s counterterrorism campaign as a success when it’s actually a crushing human rights failure.

Perhaps more fundamentally, though, Trump’s comments are deeply revealing about his worldview. The praise he offers Sisi fits with a decades-old pattern of praise for authoritarian leaders — a history of Trump fetishizing a leader’s appearance of “strength” over basic democratic values. It’s a pretty disturbing quality to see in a potential president of the world’s leading democracy.

Trump gets Sisi backward
World Leaders Gather In New York For Annual United Nations General Assembly
Abdel Fattah el-Sisi. (Drew Angerer/Getty Images)
The first thing Trump said about Sisi — “he’s a fantastic guy, he took control of Egypt” — is almost comically on the nose. As BuzzFeed’s Hayes Brown notes, Sisi quite literally took control of Egypt.

In 2013, Sisi, who was the head of Egypt’s military at the time, headed up a military junta that overthrew the democratically elected President Mohammed Morsi, returning the country to the dictatorship that Arab Spring protesters had toppled just two years prior.

When demonstrators — led by Morsi’s backers, the Muslim Brotherhood — convened in Cairo’s Rabaa al-Adawiya Square to protest, Sisi’s troops gunned them down. Sisi killed 813 protesters in a single day, and has since jailed at least 40,000 people in a crackdown on the Brotherhood and other political dissenters.

None of this, however, appears to bother Trump very much.

“He’s gotten the terrorists out — wiped them out,” Trump said. “He took a very tough approach, much different than our approach. … They were having a tremendous problem before, tremendous problem. He’s done a very good job.”

Ironically, the precise opposite appears to have been true: Sisi’s repression helped make Egypt’s preexisting terrorism problem much worse.

The crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood, an Islamist organization that pursued its goals through electoral means, prompted a violent backlash from jihadists in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula. Angered by the Sisi government’s violent suppression of Islamist groups and emboldened by the chaos and instability in the country, the jihadists shifted their focus from attacking mostly Israeli targets to targeting military and police institutions.

“After the crackdown in Rabaa Square, there was a significant change in the insurgency’s rhetoric, behavior, intensity, and scale of operations, as well as in its overall narrative and goals,” a report from the German Council on Foreign Relations explains. The report quotes one jihadist leader in Sinai linking this directly to Sisi’s repression: “After what happened after the military coup, fighting the armed forces became an urgent necessity,” the leader said.

In 2014, the Sinai jihadists pledged allegiance to ISIS. Since then, the group has led an increasingly bloody terrorist campaign against the Egyptian government. Sisi’s repressive response, which has included evicting thousands of families suspected of supporting the jihadists from their homes, has failed to quell the insurgency.

The number of people killed in jihadist attacks actually went up between September 2015 and May 2016, per a Levantine Group analysis:

(The Levantine Group)
Trump appears to have confused Sisi’s successful repression of political dissidents, like the Muslim Brotherhood, with his relatively ineffective and heavy-handed attempts to combat actual terrorists.

The Brotherhood isn’t exactly a model of liberal democratic ideals, and President Morsi was worryingly authoritarian while in office. But the Brothers aren’t ISIS-style militants, and they expressed their views through the electoral process. And Sisi’s mass slaughter of his political opponents isn’t very democratic, either — and, in this case, it appears to have actually made Egypt’s terrorism problem worse.

Praising this “very tough” approach to political dissent as a successful counterterrorism policy is not only incorrect, it’s worrisome.

Why Trump’s Sisi comments matter
To be fair, Trump isn’t alone in praising Sisi; both Democrats and Republicans have praised him as a friend to Israel and an ally in the fight on terrorism. The Wall Street Journal’s Bret Stephens once described him as “the world’s most significant advocate for Islamic moderation and reform.” Hillary Clinton met with him this week.

But the tenor of Clinton’s comments after the meeting was quite different from Trump’s. Clinton discussed counterterrorism but also “raised concerns about prosecution of Egyptian human rights organizations and activists,” per an official campaign statement.

Trump, by contrast, totally ignored concerns about human rights and democracy. His campaign’s account of the meeting was fawning: “Mr. Trump expressed to President el-Sisi his strong support for Egypt’s war on terrorism, and how under a Trump Administration, the United States of America will be a loyal friend, not simply an ally.”

Viewed from one lens, this is just more honest. The Obama administration refused to officially label Sisi’s coup a “coup” after it happened, and has since equipped his regime with jets and missiles. It’s clear that human rights aren’t driving US policy toward Egypt, and they probably wouldn’t under Clinton either.

Viewed differently, though, Trump’s praise for Sisi is more troubling. He’s not saying “we need Egypt, but they’re still doing something wrong” — he’s directly praising Sisi’s vicious repression of dissent as a model for counterterrorism.

Donald Trump Holds Campaign Event In Pennsylvania
(Mark Wilson/Getty Images)
This isn’t the first time Trump has said something like this, either. In a December 2015 interview, MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough asked him whether Vladimir Putin’s killing of journalists affected Trump’s view of the man. Trump’s response? “He’s running his country, and at least he’s a leader, you know, unlike what we have in this country.”

Indeed, this is a long-running theme with Trump. In a 1990 interview with Playboy, Trump seemingly endorsed the Tiananmen Square crackdown in China:

When the students poured into Tiananmen Square, the Chinese government almost blew it, then they were vicious, they were horrible, but they put it down with strength. That shows you the power of strength.
What runs through all three of these comments is a barely disguised fetish for authoritarianism: the idea that democracy and free speech are dispensable values, second in importance to the need for “strong” leadership. Trump sees foreign authoritarians as models, not cautionary tales.

This doesn’t mean that Trump is a fascist. He actually isn’t, by any reasonable definition. It does mean, though, that he has repeatedly expressed contempt for the foundational values of the US Constitution, and heaped praise on those who routinely circumvent them.

It’s hard to say exactly what that tells us about how he’d govern — but it probably isn’t anything good.
Rex Dexter
33 minutes ago
Russian Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova Makes a Fool of 'Flip Flop' Boris Johnson After He accuses Russia of War Crimes in Syria | Alex Christoforou | The Duran | Sep 25, 2016 | Photo: © Reuters / SputnikBoris Johnson just had his first run in with Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova, and he got destroyed via Facebook.

In an article on The Duran last week by Numan Abd al-Wahid entitled,

"How becoming British Foreign Secretary made Boris Johnson flip on Syria", we examined Boris Johnson's sudden flip flop on Syria, right after he was appointed British FM. []

Author al-Wahid notes:

Following his appointment as British Foreign Secretary British politician Boris Johnson has without explanation transformed from a supporter of cooperation with Bashar Al-Assad, the Syrian government and Russia in the fight against Jihadi terrorism into a supporter alongside Saudi Arabia of regime change in Syria.

Boris' flip flop is easy to explain.

By becoming British FM, Johnson got a gold card entrance into the globalist club.

The global elite, neocons, and Saudi monarchy probably had a nice sit down with Boris and "persuaded" the malleable ex-London mayor to see things their way on Syria and Russia.

Boris is now a faithful foot soldier to the "powers that be", who fund and support ISIS/Al Nusra in Syria.

Now Boris, the flip flopping, Saudi/neocon foot soldier is hitting the TV circuit to promote the war in Syria, and do his part to prop up ISIS and Al Nusra/Al Qaeda.

Johnson went on the BBC's Andrew Marr Show, and made some fascinating claims. Most notably:

Russia is "guilty of protracting" the war in Syria and of "making it far more hideous".

He also said he was "pretty convinced" that Russia was behind the attack on a UN aid convoy near the Syrian northern city of Aleppo.

Russian President Vladimir Putin was "not only... handing [Syrian President Bashar] Assad the revolver.

He is in some instances actually firing the revolver himself," Johnson said.

"We should be looking at whether or not that targeting is done in the knowledge that those are wholly innocent civilian targets. That is a war crime," he added.

Unfortunately for Boris, he is not reading The Duran or Moon of Alabama (, otherwise he would have known that evidence is now very much showing that a US Hellfire missile from a Predator Drone most likely set the UN convoy ablaze. []

Will the US now be guilty of war crimes Boris?

Luckily Russia has assembled a well qualified, sharp team of diplomats at the Foreign Ministry.

Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova noted Boris' ridiculous claims and took to Facebook to respond to Johnson's accusation regarding Russia's role in Syria.

Zakharova said that the United Kingdom is guilty of protracting and worsening violence in Iraq, and in the kindest of gestures fixed Boris' statement, so that it reflects facts on the ground:

"Everything is correct, except for two words: the word 'Russia' should be replaced with 'Britain,' and 'Syria' with 'Iraq.'"

How small of a man must Boris Johnson feel like...

Sputnik News adds context [] to the diplomatic war of words going on between the US, its puppy dogs and The Russian Federation:

Currently Syria is seeing intensified fighting in the city of Aleppo, after the Syrian army declared an end to the week-long ceasefire on Friday, blaming militants for numerous violations that made the cessation of hostilities unreasonable.

Earlier on Sunday, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said that Aleppo had faced the most intense airstrikes since the start of the Syrian conflict, expressing dismay at the situation and the fate of civilians trapped in the city.

A UN-Syrian Arab Red Crescent convoy carrying humanitarian aid for Aleppo province was hit on Monday, according to the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC).

As a result, 18 of 31 trucks were destroyed and at least 21 individuals were killed.

A number of US military officials claimed that Russia was responsible, while Russia called for a thorough investigation into the incident.

On September 9, US Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov brokered a ceasefire in Syria that took effect three days later.

The agreement called for unimpeded delivery of humanitarian aid and stipulated that only designated terror groups would be targeted in military strikes.
Putin: ‘Russia Could Wipe Out the U.S. in Less Than Half an Hour’

President of Russia Vladimir Putin has claimed that he could destroy America easily if he wanted.

Those who have been paying any attention to politics know that Putin is a potential danger not only to Russia itself but also to America. Jokes have been made about how Putin banned memes of himself, and how the American people ought to be sharing them anyway. While these jokes are all in good fun, it is important to realize that Putin is limiting his people’s right to speak. This can be very dangerous and is often the first step of a dictatorship.

The fear has risen slightly since Putin made the claim that he could destroy America in less than a half hour. Putin and the American president, Barack Obama, have a current relationship that seems amicable but is unstable at best.

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William Wuertenberg
41 minutes ago
Donald Trump scares the holy fuck outta me I pray he's not elected he may have possible ties to Vladimir Putin who's the President of Russia and an Ex KGB agent from the Cold War days when Russia and Ukraine and Georgia as well those other eastern European and Asian countries were the USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republic) Soviet Union we called the USSR. It's scary shit dudes and dudettes and totally hot babes!


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Vladimir Putin and his fucking Judo videos... everyone knows that when you play Golf with the boss, you need to lose, convincingly.