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Two faced Hillary? Wikileaks speeches reveal Clinton praising Vladimir Putin as “interesting” and a protector of “wildlife”

The speeches referencing Putin shows a Hillary Clinton at times heaping praise on Putin and at times pandering to her audience and demonising the Russian President.

Hillary Clinton was not kidding around when she said during a paid speech in 2013, “So, you need both a public and a private position.”

Hillary has been spreading hate and racism towards Russians, and demonising Russia’s President Vladimir Putin, in what can only be described as disgusting and lewd, unbecoming of any statesman, let alone someone running for the US Presidency.

Alas…Wikileaks has releases a huge tranche of Clinton Campaign email exchanges, and HRC speech transcripts, that actually have Clinton painting Vladimir Putin in a very different light, than what has been coming out of the Clinton Campaign these last few months.

You can download the complete HRC Paid Speech Flags here.

Hillary Clinton said one time she visited Vladimir Putin and bonded with him over protecting the habitat of tigers[Jewish United Fund Of Metropolitan Chicago Vanguard Luncheon, 10/28/13]…

“One time, I was visiting with him in his dacha outside of Moscow, and he was going on and on, you know, just listing all of the problems that he thinks are caused by the United States. And I said, ‘Well, you know, Mr.’—at that time, he was still prime minister. I said, ‘You know, Mr. Prime Minister, we actually have some things in common. We both want to protect wildlife, and I know how committed you are to protecting the tiger.’ I mean, all of a sudden, he sat up straight and his eyes got big and he goes, ‘You care about the tiger? I said, ‘I care about the tiger, I care about the elephant, I care about the rhinoceros, I care about the whale. I mean, yeah, I think we have a duty. You know, it’s an obligation that we as human beings have to protect God’s creation.’ He goes, ‘Come with me.’ So we go down the stairs, we go down this long hall, we go into this private inner sanctum. All of his, you know, very beefy security guys are there, they all jump up at attention, you know, they punch a code, he goes through a heavily-armed door. And then we’re in an inner, inner sanctum with, you know, just this long, wooden table, and then further back, there’s a desk and the biggest map of Russia I ever saw. And he starts talking to me about, you know, the habitat of the tigers and the habitat of the seals and the whales. And it was quite something.”

Hillary Clinton said, “We would very much like to have a positive relationship with Russia and we would like to see Putin be less defensive toward a relationship with the United States.” [ Speech to Goldman Sachs, 2013 IBD Ceo Annual Conference, 6/4/13]…

“So we were making progress, and I think Putin has a different view. Certainly he’s asserted himself in a way now that is going to take some management on our side, but obviously we would very much like to have a positive relationship with Russia and we would like to see Putin be less defensive toward a relationship with the United States so that we could work together on some issues.”

Hillary Clinton called Vladimir Putin “Interesting” and said he was too powerful not to try to find common ground. [Jewish United Fund Of Metropolitan Chicago Vanguard Luncheon, 10/28/13]…

“In terms of interesting, Vladimir Putin is always interesting. You’re never quite sure what he’s going to do or say next, and he’s always—he walks around with, you know, a redwood chip on his shoulder defending and promoting, you know, Mother Russia. So he and I have had our interesting moments. He accused me of personally causing all the riots after the contested election two years ago, but he is someone who you have to deal with. You can’t, you know, just wish he would go away. He has a huge country and huge potential for causing problems for many people so I always tried to figure out some way to connect with him, what we could talk about that maybe we had some common ground.”

Hillary Clinton said, “I pushed the Europeans to get serious about finding alternative energy sources, and to invest real resources in their infrastructure so they would not be at Putin’s mercy.” [Hillary Clinton’s Remarks at Ameriprise, 7/26/14]…

“And as we speak, Gazprom is attempting to take over other strategic energy infrastructure in Europe. This is pure power politics. And that’s why as secretary of state, starting in March of 2009, I pushed the Europeans to get serious about finding alternative energy sources, and to invest real resources in their infrastructure so they would not be at Putin’s mercy. […] And we’re in such a great position to do that because of the increase in gas and oil production in our own country, we are now energy independent, something we have hoped for and worked for over many, many years. That gives us tools we didn’t have before. And it also gives us the opportunity not only to invest those resources in more manufacturing and other activities that benefit us directly here at home, but to be a bulwark with our supplies against the kind of intimidation we see going on from Russia.” 

Hillary Clinton  said, “The more we can do that the more difficult it will be for Putin to maintain his hold on leadership, even with his inner circle without changing course.” [Hillary Clinton Remarks at Marketo, 4/8/14]…

“Secondly, the effort to undermine the market in oil and gas and commodities goes right at the source of Russia’s wealth. When I was Secretary I cannot say I saw this coming, but what I saw was that in 2006 in January he cut off gas to Eastern Europe. I think like a dozen people froze to death in Poland. He did it again in 2009, primarily focused on Ukraine. He has used his energy weapon to intimidate Europe. And starting in 2009 I began having conversations with the Europeans that they had to do more to be more independent and to push for a more competitive marketplace for energy. I formed something called the U.S.-EU Energy Council and began trying to look at what more we could do to really wean people away from Russian supplies. The more we can do that the more difficult it will be for Putin to maintain his hold on leadership, even with his inner circle without changing course.”

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