Vladimir Putin’s presidential inauguration ceremony in Kremlin

 le  7 mai 2012 par 

Russia’s President-elect Vladimir Putin has been sworn in as the new head of state. Putin is an inauguration champion — he has played the main role in the performance three times out of six to have taken place in modern history. The inauguration ceremony took place in the Grand Kremlin Palace.

  • There are quite a few people who would argue the opposite, given his massive imprisonment of socialists and communists. Besides, capitalism still existed under Hitler, and he was brought to power by wealthy industrialists. Economic policy can be changed under democracies too, I don’t pretend to know precisely how it works, all I have observed is the failure of state owned industry to provide efficient service.

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  • He did fight the (bolshevik, jewish led)communists, as they were about to topple the state and implement a bolshevik terror regime (see russia 1917). He was against this international jew led “socialism” (in fact terror regime). He was a national socialist, ending the rule of banks (capitalism). You might look into how Putin renationalized the russian gas and oil (like Chavez) and how he LIFTED his people life standards. That is not failure.

    trupiil en réponse à : JASherwood95 il y a 47 minutes

  • There are quite a few people who would argue the opposite, given his massive imprisonment of socialists and communists. Besides, capitalism still existed under Hitler, and he was brought to power by wealthy industrialists. Economic policy can be changed under democracies too, I don’t pretend to know precisely how it works, all I have observed is the failure of state owned industry to provide efficient service.

    JASherwood95 en réponse à : trupiil (Afficher le commentaire) il y a 5 heures

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