Sunday, 27 February 2011

Putin´s puppet blames the West for plotting revolution against Russia

No more Mr. Nice

Putin´s puppet, also know as president Dmitry Medvedev, has finally got tired of playing the good cop. Probably on the orders of his master, Medvedev has now dropped his soft,  "liberal" style, which used to be so cherished by a number of Western leaders:

President Dmitry Medvedev’s ominous comments on Tuesday in Vladikavkaz that there are outside forces plotting a revolution against Russia sound eerily like the comments made by then-President Vladimir Putin after the Beslan hostage tragedy in 2004. In a televised address to the nation, Putin said there were certain forces — clearly hinting at the United States — that wanted to emasculate Russia as a nuclear power and “seize its juiciest parts.”

The Moscow Times concludes:

Perhaps the president is tired of playing the role of good cop in the tandem with Putin. Nice guys finish last, after all. In the end, there is nothing like a fresh conspiracy theory to boost a Russian leader’s popularity among the masses. It always worked for Putin.

Read the entire article here.

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