My mercy, but Vladimir Putin is making more sense than any of the other western leaders. And it really irritates me to have to say that. But the truth is the truth regardless of who says it. Putin has sent a warning to the countries of Europe, and in his admonition he has expressed his utter amazement that Europe would continue to take in the Muslim migrants considering the rapes that are sweeping the continent due to these migrants from a debased culture. Putin said, “A society that cannot defend its children has no tomorrow.” Putin is one hundred percent right, and it is blatantly shameful that we must hear those words from the Russian leader.
Putin expressed his outrage over the Iraqi migrant who went unpunished after raping a 10 year old boy at a swimming pool in Vienna and claiming that it was a sexual emergency. The migrant offered as his excuse that he didn’t know the boy didn’t want to be raped.
Putin’s words reflect my own thinking. “It doesn’t fit into my head what they’re thinking over there,” he said. “This is a result of the dilution of national values,” he continued. Putin should have continued that “it is a distortion of civilized and moral values.”
Putin extended his comments by asking, “I can’t even explain the rationale….is it a sense of guilt before the migrants? What’s going on? It’s not clear.”
I am no fan of Vladimir Putin, but my gosh, at least the guy’s got some common sense. He knows enough to prevent migrants from coming into his country and committing acts of sexual misconduct and crime while creating chaos for his countrymen.
A huge migrant brawl occurred in Paris in recent days. The streets of the French capital are strewn with filth and litter. Sweden and Germany are unable to protect their children and women from the sexual predators who have assumed a cultural right to have their way with women and kids.
I reiterate that I am not a fan of Putin, but I cannot help but join him in my bewilderment, and I echo his words, “It doesn’t fit into my head what they’re thinking over there.” Well said, Vladimir. Even communists have their moments of rational thought.