Putin Says He’ll “Run Again” in 2018

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
December 7, 2017

Yes, they have elections in Russia.


Vladimir Putin has confirmed that he will seek another term in office in next year’s presidential election.

“Yes, I will run as a candidate for the Russian presidency,” Putin said. He was meeting with workers at the country’s historic manufacturer, GAZ (Gorkovsky Avtomobilny Zavod), in Russia’s Nizhny Novgorod on Wednesday.

“Our country is its people, people like you,” the Russian leader said, addressing workers and veterans of the plant. “It’s workers, scientists, engineers, designers, teachers and doctors,” Putin said, adding that with the “active involvement” of its people, Russia “can deal with any, even the most complex challenges it faces.”

“Russia will go only forward and no one will ever stop it,” he added.

Earlier in the day, the president attended the Russian Volunteer 2017 award ceremony in Moscow, where he asked the audience whether they would support his decision to run. The answer was seemingly a unanimous “Yes.”

“When I make [the decision], I will certainly keep in mind our conversation today and your reaction,” Putin said. He added that “the motive behind [this very responsible decision] can be only the desire to make people’s lives in our country better and make the country itself more powerful and protected.”

The upcoming election on March 18 will be the fourth in Putin’s political career. He held the office of president for two terms from 2000 to 2008, and served as prime minister from 2008 to 2012. Putin then won a third term as president in 2012.

This is one thing about Russia that I think is gay af.

This need to appease the Western moral system with bullshit like elections.

When Putin used his personal brilliance to save the vestiges of a collapsing ancient empire and then succeeded in bringing it to the level where it is openly challenging the formerly “unipolar” world, he should have declared himself Czar Vladimir I and told the West “come at me bro.”

Not a single Russian would have questioned it.

But no – instead, they have stupid hoax elections, they claim they’re not sending homosexuals to death camps in Chechnya, they claim they want to notice the cultures of the races they conquered and subdued.

What is the point?

No one believes it.

Everyone sees the opposition leaders who are supposed to be running against Putin getting shot in the street or beat up by police.

And yes, of course he is justified in doing this, because these “opposition leaders” are openly funded by Jewish terrorists and the West for the purpose of disrupting and destroying the country from within.

But that is the entire point.

That is what happens in this democracy system: the people with the money to subvert it systematically decide how it’s run. It is the single most corrupt potential system of governance.

The Russian system wouldn’t simply be more moral if it rejected Western norms point blank, it would be more legitimate – “you can’t run against me because I’m the Supreme Leader with a mandate from God and the people” is a helluva lot more legit argument than “we beat the shit out out of the opposition leader and threw him in jail because he didn’t have a permit for the sound system at his protest or whatever roflmao.”

And here’s yet another thing: the reason that opposition leaders are “oppressed” is not because they are an actual threat to Putin – with all the kike money in the world at this point, anyone Western-backed opposing Putin would max-out in the 20 percentish range. The REASON he has to suppress the so-called opposition is because if he did not, he would look weak in the eyes of the Russian people.

So – figure that one out.

Modern universal suffrage human rights democracy is the absolute definition of a failed system. It is not legitimate. A country cannot be run based on it.

But Putin, for whatever reason, feels the need to reinforce the supposed legitimacy of this system by pretending to follow it.

It certainly isn’t because the general population of Russia agrees with it. The general population of Russia is a whole lot further right than Putin. If you sit down at a random bar next to any random guy anywhere outside of St. Petersburg (with the ability to understand a little bit of Russia), there is a 70% chance the guy is going to start talking about genocides needing to be committed. Russian men openly hit women in public. Homosexuals do disappear, and cops don’t do paperwork when it happens. The country is all of these stereotypes.

And they have the global moral highground.

They should stop pretending they don’t.

Because the world is waking up to the reality that we made a bad mistake that needs correcting, and Putin’s Russia has the opportunity to be a guiding moral light.

But if Putin fails… there is another.

The one whom the prophecies have spoken of, beseeched by God himself to bring forth the new Age of Kings.

“He who is coming…”

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