March 6, 2014
The sickening dyke psychopath Hillary Clinton has compared the Noble Tsar of Russia, Vladimir Putin, Defender of Western Civilization, to Adolf Hitler.
She is the most prominent figure thus far to pick up on this new meme.
From the Long Beach Press Telegram:
Putin’s desire to protect minority Russians in Ukraine is reminiscent of Hitler’s actions to protect ethnic Germans outside Germany, she said.
Putin has been on a campaign to give Russian passports to anyone who has Russian connections, Clinton said.
The Russian leader has recently done so in the Ukrainian peninsula of Crimea, which, Clinton said, is similar to what happened in Nazi Germany in the late 1930s. Hitler resettled tens of thousands of ethnic Germans who were living in parts of Europe to Nazi Germany.
Clinton made her comments at a private event benefiting the Boys & Girls Clubs of Long Beach.
“Now if this sounds familiar, it’s what Hitler did back in the 30s,” she said. “All the Germans that were … the ethnic Germans, the Germans by ancestry who were in places like Czechoslovakia and Romania and other places, Hitler kept saying they’re not being treated right. I must go and protect my people and that’s what’s gotten everybody so nervous.”
She is absolutely correct.
Though Putin is the most heroic leader of a global superpower that the world has seen since Truth, Justice and Freedom were crushed by the Jew-backed allies of World War Two, I would never claim that he approaches the immortal and divine magnificence of Adolf Hitler. However, his actions in moving to protect the Russian people from the threat of an unhinged, malicious and evil force do indeed line-up with the Führer’s actions before the start of that greatest conflict the world has ever seen.
Here are pictures of the “invasion” of Sudetenland.
Though perhaps slightly less romantic, the “invasion” of Crimea was just as joyous.
Of course, when Clinton says Putin is behaving like Hitler, she does not mean to say “liberating his people from foreign oppression.” She means to say: “he is evil.”
The representatives of the war machine understand that the people of the West have been deeply brainwashed into believing Hitler acted on nothing other than a satanic desire to inflict harm on innocent people. By claiming that the enemy is intrinsically evil, they are attempting to skirt around any explanation of what is actually going on.
Clinton may also be implying that the events in the Ukraine are leading us toward a third World War.
“We Must Stop the New Hitler Because Freedom, Democracy and Blah Blah Blah Whatever ROFLMAO.” -Hillary Clinton
Clearly, the will of the people does not matter to her or any of the rest of these monsters. No one argues about the fact that the overwhelming majority of the citizens of Crimea were asking for Putin’s protection.
Almost all of the rhetoric you hear coming from the Washington crowd relates to how terrible Putin is – the validity of their own cause is simply assumed, viz. “he is bad, we are opposing him, meaning we are good.” They will occasionally drop some reference to democracy, but as this revolution represents an overthrow of a democratically elected President by a few thousand protestors, they aren’t really pressing that point too hard.
We still have no idea what percentage of the ethnic Ukrainian population supports the Maidan terrorist occupation, but I can pretty well guarantee that if they were to have a referendum today, the majority of Ukrainian citizens would vote to get rid of the Maidan and restore a pro-Russian government. 18% of the citizenry identifies as ethnically Russian, and 33% speak Russian as their first language, thus identifying culturally with Russia. Likely all of these people would be actively against the Maidan revolution.
Of the remaining 67% of the population, I cannot imagine that a very high percentage was so against the government that they preferred a violent coup which totally destabilized their entire country over waiting until February of 2015 to vote him out – even if they actually believed he was the worst guy ever.
Given this, the rhetoric of “freedom and democracy,” even if we disregard the now proven fact that the revolution was orchestrated by the West, is absolutely nonsensical on the face of it. There was a higher percentage of the total population of America engaged in the Occupy Wall Street protests than there were engaged in Maidan in the Ukraine.
The situation is insane. There is absolutely no justification for any of it, just as there was no justification for the war launched against Adolf Hitler.