Putin Says EU Lost Their Moral Authority on Catalan When They Endorsed Kosovo Terrorists

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
October 19, 2017

EU triggering rise of separatism, anti-Russian campaign in US, dangers of strike on N. Korea and more: What Putin has to say on various international issues speaking at Valdai Forum

Posted by RT Play on Donnerstag, 19. Oktober 2017

Putin has a point here, folks.

It was Bill Clinton who bombed in support of an Islamic terrorist group in order to liberate Albanian Kosovo.

That was the first decision of this nature since WWII.


EU countries bolstered separatist sentiment in Europe when they bowed to US pressure and supported Kosovo breaking away from Serbia. They now face such consequences as the Catalan crisis, Russia’s President Vladimir Putin says.

“As for the situation with Catalonia, we have seen a unanimous condemnation of the independence supporters by the EU and a number of other states,” Putin said. “Regarding that, I have to say – you should have thought about it earlier.”


“Did they not know about centuries-old contradictions of this nature in Europe? They knew, didn’t they? But at the time they de facto welcomed the disintegration of a number of states in Europe, with undisguised relish,” he added.

The EU’s “unanimous support of Kosovo’s secession” has proved a turning point, and Europe now faces the repercussions of short-sighted policies aimed at “pleasing the bigger brother from Washington,” Putin believes.

Putin mentioned the 2014 Crimean referendum, which led to the region’s secession from Ukraine and ultimately its reunification with Russia, as a development that was “disliked by many.”

“And now, there you have it – Catalonia, Kurdistan in another region, and the list might be far from complete,” he added.

“It turns out that in the eyes of some of our colleagues, there are legitimate fighters for independence and freedom, and then there are separatists, who cannot defend their rights even through democratic procedures. Those like us say all the time that such double standards – and it’s a glaring example of double standards – are a serious threat to the stable development of Europe and other continents, to the implementation of integration processes worldwide,” Putin said.

In the most recent developments, Madrid threatened Barcelona with revocation of its autonomy via Article 155 of the constitution. The Catalan Government, in its turn, promised on Thursday to declare true, not-suspended independence if such a hostile move takes place.

At this point, Spain is ready to send the military in to quell the Cats.

I don’t really care, but whatever – the EU is against the Cats. So it’s at least funny.