Conceptual speech given by Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin on Signing of treaties on accession of Donetsk and Lugansk people’s republics and Zaporozhye and Kherson regions to Russia.
„Question-Answer“ of 10.03.2022
Moderator: Let’s move on to the questions. The question is, in fact, the only one we have…
Valeriy Pyakin: A special military operation that determines the future world order. Yes, accordingly.
Moderator: Everyone is interested, so to speak, in your comment [on] Putin’s conceptual speech that he gave on September 30, 2022.
Valeriy Pyakin: Yes, this is indeed a speech by the Russian sovereign Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin that… [By the way], nowadays, the way Russian people refer to other Russian people may serve as a marker of their being either westward orientated or belonging to Russian culture and supporting Russia’s striving for sovereignty. It’s noteworthy that numerous TV channels, and “Moscow. Kremlin. Putin“ program, in particular, always refer to our President as „Vladimir Putin“, that is they skip his patronymic. Many mass media workers do their best to please their [foreign] master, like the presenter Zarubin does, when asking “When will the master have mercy on us and finally forgive us?“ [on our Telegram page there is a video about that]. „Hope dies last” as they say. Explosions of gas pipelines ought to awake these dreamers. And many more.
Russian tradition ascribes us to use a first name and patronymic. We have a patronymic because we have a Fatherland. As they have no fatherland, they don’t have patronymics either. You should understand that these things correlate. And the one who rejects patronymic names, he denies continuation of the Russian tradition, Russian culture, and Russian identity. He testifies to his desire to belong to those from abroad by striving to mimic them. Just as a remark.
The speech by Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin, our sovereign, sovereign of Russia, made at the ceremony of signing the inclusion of the former Donetsk and Lugansk republics, and Zaporozhye and Kherson regions of former Ukraine (a failed state of Ukraine) as the new subjects of Federation of Russia is remarkable. It is a milestone speech. It is truly conceptual. It sets a goal of turning Russia into a sovereign state. It openly names the enemies of our state who are waging the war against us. It states directly that the Anglo-Saxons blew up the Nord Stream gas pipeline.
In general, everything relating to the „Nord Stream“ is meaningful. What does Nord Stream mean for Europe? For Europe, Nord Stream is vitally important. Europe has built its industry and high living standards based solely on the exploitation of Russia’s extremely cheap (given away by dumping) energy resources. They built their comfort on Russian gas, which they were getting from Russia, and from the Soviet Union, as gas pipelines were constructed back in the Soviet times. Europe will be able to remain an industrial entity till Russian gas is pumped to Europe. Gas delivery being stopped, Europe will not be able to sustain its established standards. Liquefied natural gas supplies are not sufficient for sustaining industry and existing living standards to which Europe got used. During the last 30 years Europe has been mercilessly, impudently and cynically mugging Russia.
In any case, Europe could keep on to exist as individual European states, and even as the European Union, if they had energy resources. By depriving Europe from energy resources they deprive Europe of its FUTURE.
Right now, Europe is going into winter and an idea might have come across edgeways to its leaders of possibility to reach an agreement with Russia for gas supplies for solving some of its problems. But eventually such a possibility does not exist anymore.
It is necessary to understand the very core of the energy deficit in Europe. Did Russia stop supplying gas to Europe, is Russia responsible for an energy deficit in Europe? The answer is No. It’s Europe that announced it would stop pumping gas from Russia, began to curtail its industrial production, and worsen the living standards of its people. In reality, Europe was able to get gas from Russia until the very last moment, when the last turbine failed and Nord Stream 1 was forced to stop. Now Europe is dependent on the Turkish Stream and the pipelines that run through Ukraine. But in Ukraine one line has been removed.
But the question arises: Why does Europe, having the possibility to get gas from Russia (and it had all chances to get it – Nord Stream 2 would work if they wanted to), attempt to bring the deterioration of living standards of its population? The point is that two processes and two goals interweave here:
– The first goal represents the one of the Global Predictor, or global supranational governance. They strive to ruin all industries in Europe, by having preliminary eliminated all European nuclear power stations. According to them, a complete collapse of the European states, deprived of their modern industry, must bring new languages, peoples and states to its territory through a massive migration process.
-· Another goal is pursued by the American globally oriented domestic „elite“. Their first and foremost goal is ultimate confrontation between Europe and Russia.
Some public people claim that „NATO will never enter open military confrontation with Russia in Ukraine because – even if nuclear war could be avoided – the economic costs of such intervention might be detrimental“. I don’t mean to sound hush, but these people do not know anything about European history. History showed that Europeans used to accept any hardships and sufferings as soon as they had set goals. Neither costs, nor human losses stopped the Westerners on their way to their goal. And it didn’t matter for them whose losses it incurred- their own or those of another party. Remember the Huguenot wars in France, when thirty thousand (30,000) Huguenots were killed in Bartholomew during one night. Christians killed other Christians; citizens of the same country were killed. Europe showed tenacity and perseverance whenever their profits were concerned.
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