The maniacs on the far right politic seem to like the treatment of Mr. Putin during the G20 meeting.
But they overlook obviously the teachings of the saints named Reagan’s reign: What happens if you lose your best enemy?
Just how real is Putin really in the saddle over there?
It does not take a trained psychologist to figure out that his almost pathetic publicity stunts would not be necessary if he really was “The Man” – he could do with a good comfortable chair and a white cat.
How many of the ridiculous flights of military aircraft, as the Cold War brains are getting bleeding, have, in fact, internal propaganda to show “act” as a counterpart to the West embargoes imposed the richest in Russia?
His many major initiatives, new submarines, traveling to the moon, floating nuclear power plants, high-speed railways, etc. have a nasty tendency to never really getting anything when it comes down to it, but it looks like vigor, as long as it lasts.
Can he possibly determine what is going on in Crimea, or only give orders as long as he gives the right orders?
Was the shooting of MH17 for or against Putin’s express orders?
Was Putin’s hasty departure from the G20 in fact an indication of how long, or rather short time he dares to be home before the risk of closing the door behind him?
A man who uses butler because he fears being poisoned keeps possibly longer than someone who does not, but how long is it?
The key question right now should be on Putin’s part of the problem or part of the solution.
It raises again the question of exactly who and what would be the caliph, instead of the Caliph if Putin loses grip?
Here’s the rabid right-wing warnings of “cold war” just as divorced from reality like the talking heads claims that we should save ourselves to death, after the crisis they had caused, to avoid “hyperinflation” – but now with a negative sign .