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Putin fires back at EU resolution claiming USSR & Germany “paved the way” for WW2 (Video)

The Duran Quick Take: Episode 415.

The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris discuss Vladimir Putin’s fiery address to the Defense Ministry board, where the Russian President took to task and debunked a bizarre European Parliament resolution trying to place the blame of World War 2 on the Soviet Union.


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Via RT…

Some nations in Europe that colluded with Adolf Hitler and applauded his anti-Semitic crusade, now demolish Soviet war memorials and seek to equate the USSR with Nazi Germany, the Russian president noted, during a formal speech.

Vladimir Putin recalled the vicious developments that preceded the Second World War, in an address to the Defense Ministry board on Tuesday, telling his audience there was one particular fact in the archive files that touched him the most. Back in 1938, Adolf Hitler hosted the Polish Ambassador to Germany Jozef Lipski and shared with him a plan to send European Jews to Africa where they would surely perish, Putin said.

“The Ambassador in Poland replied, and then wrote it down in his cable to the Polish Foreign Minister: ‘I told Hitler that, if he does, we will erect a magnificent monument to him in Warsaw’,” the President quoted from the archive data, before turning somewhat emotional.

He was a bastard, an anti-Semitic pig, there’s no other way of saying it. He fully agreed with Hitler in his anti-Semitic sentiments and, moreover, promised him he’d erect a monument in Warsaw to his abuse of the Jewish people.

Putin’s words were aimed at a bizarre resolution by the European Parliament, which claimed that the 1939 non-aggression treaty between the USSR and Nazi Germany – known as the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact by the names of Soviet and German Foreign Ministers – had “paved the way for the outbreak of the Second World War.”

But to Putin, signing a pact with Hitler was choosing between bad and worse, namely, the Soviet Union having less time to prepare for the German offensive. Meanwhile, other European nations did not behave any better, he reminded.

Starting from 1938, when Hitler lodged his claims to a part of Czechoslovakia, Great Britain and France surrendered their ally, although [Prague] had a mutual assistance agreement with France, and provided Hitler with the opportunity to seize [the German-inhabited regions of the country].

A year later, the Third Reich invaded Poland, the Eastern European country that had actually “colluded” with Hitler before the war, as historical records tell.

“It is these people who negotiated with Hitler back in the day, it is this sort of people that demolish monuments commemorating Red Army soldiers, who liberated European countries and peoples from the Nazis,” the President concluded. “They are their followers.”

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Ole C G Olesen
Ole C G Olesen
December 27, 2019

If Putin really said that ..HE IS A LYING PIECE OF SHIT … i thought better of him… MAY BE I WAS MISTAKEN ..in his CHARACTER … May be even the rumors that Putin is part Jew are true ..JEWS are the CON MEN of the UNIVERSE .. and may be PUTIN belongs to them

lene johansen
lene johansen
Reply to  Ole C G Olesen
December 29, 2019

The crazy dane is back

Armand de Kneifel
Reply to  Ole C G Olesen
January 1, 2020

@Ole C G Olesen – Well – the cardinal question is without any doubt: Who makes honest politic for real peace and who is another lousy thrupence quisling and war monger as ever? Mind your own choice – NATO o BRICS!

olivia kroth
Reply to  Armand de Kneifel
January 3, 2020

NATO = NORTH ATLANTIC TERROR ORGANIZATION

Ole C G Olesen
Ole C G Olesen
December 27, 2019

and DURAN .. YOU ARE TALKING BULLSHIT ..believing apparantly that all People in Europe are HISTORICAL ANALFABETS. I am Noy and I look thoruhgh Your Attmeot of Distoritung History. FUCK OFF.. I will discontinue YOU from my list of worthwhile News media ! GOOD BYE IDIOTS !

BobValdez
BobValdez
Reply to  Ole C G Olesen
December 28, 2019

Yes, please follow your own advice, and FUCK OFF yourself. Good riddance to bad rubbish.

oldandjaded
Reply to  BobValdez
December 28, 2019

Wow, third one today…Is there some kind of secret Boxing day conspiracy to purge the Jack-boot Anti-semites from the Duran by posting stuff that causes them to suffer mass apoplexy? Because, if there is, COUNT ME IN!

Olivia Kroth
Reply to  oldandjaded
December 28, 2019

I am also glad that antisemitic comments and texts are not tolerated on THE DURAN.

LOL
LOL
Reply to  Ole C G Olesen
December 29, 2019

Shucks, do you mind if we cheer on your way out?

lene johansen
lene johansen
Reply to  Ole C G Olesen
December 29, 2019

One of Denmark.s seek persons = Ole C G Olesen. He is excluded in 90% of medias and blogs in Denmark.

Armand de Kneifel
Reply to  Ole C G Olesen
January 1, 2020

@Ole C G Olesen – Well, dear son of discord: It doesn´t make any sense to keep on pleasurably wallowing in stepmother´s slurry pool. Better mind your own moonshine drivel and study real geopolitical history in times of daily mainstream intoxication and Jung-Food addiction for brainwashed hillbillies.

cudwieser
cudwieser
December 27, 2019

With all due respect Putin but nitpicking is a little benieth you and narrow mined to say the least. WW2 was a result of WW1 and the same politics that inspired it. There was a lot of imperialist shenannigans that went on that boiled over between empires and emergent powers. After WW1 a rot was sewn that Hitler detested and even Stalin was weary off, but were Hitler sought a greater Germany beyond restoration of former dominion, Stalin wasn’t keen to be involved at all. It was England and France who wanted Russia in as a Bulwark to distract Germany.… Read more »

oldandjaded
Reply to  cudwieser
December 28, 2019

A regular poster on here, Eric Zuesse, has written a book I am VERY interested in reading, “Why the Holocaust Happened : Its Religious Cause & Scholarly Cover-Up”, but it has been out of print for some time, and is quite difficult to obtain. I remember as a teenager, reading in a history book about large numbers of Canadian, British and American troops secretly being sent to Russia to fight in the Bolshevik revolution on the side of the white Russians. I sure as hell don’t remember hearing about THAT in high school history class! It was one of my… Read more »

Olivia Kroth
Reply to  cudwieser
December 28, 2019

Regarding Hitler and Stalin, there is a very interesting article on TASS, quoting President Vladimir Putin: Stalin, unlike Europe’s leaders, did not disgrace himself by meeting with Hitler — Putin The Russian president noted that the archive documents contain frank evaluations of the events of the time of Nazism MOSCOW, December 24. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin has pointed to a stark contrast between Soviet leader Joseph Stalin’s actions and the attitude of other European leaders towards Adolf Hitler. “Starting from 1934 there began to emerge a legal basis for collaboration of many European countries with Germany. An overwhelming majority… Read more »

sadadasda
sadadasda
Reply to  Olivia Kroth
December 28, 2019

You mean Stalin lacked the balls to meet another head of state in person? But was okay in meeting a representative of Hitler, so the Soviet and Nazi thugs could divide Europe among themselves.

Olivia Kroth
Reply to  sadadasda
December 29, 2019

Stalin certainly lacked no balls and met whomever he deemed worthy to meet. He even met Roosevelt once, although he despised and disliked him, and rightly so. From the Soviet point of view, the US and Roosevelt were TRAITORS.

cudwieser
cudwieser
Reply to  Olivia Kroth
December 28, 2019

It’s a fair point, but if the words used are accurate, it’s a bit arrogant. It wasn’t an inherent disgrace to meet with a maniac, especially if no one wanted a conflict. It may have at best been hopeful of western powers to believe placation was the way to go, but equally if playing possum gives time then it is a valid approach. Now saying that I agree the West likely had alterior motives and a hope to control Hitler or use the tensions another way, but failed to appreciate Hitler wasn’t playing their game and so he was deposed.… Read more »

oldandjaded
Reply to  cudwieser
December 28, 2019

But I don’t think many would argue that the limited influence Russia has gained by having a dialog with Korea has born largely positive fruit? The idea that you “punish” dictators (I wont even delve into the REAL US position on this, we all know it chapter and verse) by refusing dialog with them is largely based on the Judeo-Christian-Islamic idea of shunning those you disagree with. The presumption at the center of it (TRULY laughable when you consider that the Americans are main ones that push this bullshit narrative) is that you are so infinitely “morally superior” and “closer… Read more »

oldandjaded
Reply to  oldandjaded
December 28, 2019

The problem we in the West are faced with, is that it becomes virtually impossible for any of us to have even the remotest understanding as to what any country that is considered an existential enemy of the US is all about. I base this on my own personal experience of having visited China and Vietnam, and then comparing that with what I have read, even after extensive research and efforts on my part to glean out the more blatant propaganda. Vietnam is particularly jarring, perhaps because I have spent a lot of time there, and am “embedded” in the… Read more »

cudwieser
cudwieser
Reply to  oldandjaded
December 29, 2019

I suspect the greatest failure is the the evidential occurance of believing we are Gods in our own right. As we delude ourselves into the notion that to be examples of what we preach, we are what preach, we somehow transend the facts we are as capable of that which we denounce. It may be a cliche and circumstancial as the million monkeys but we have spoken more truth in ignorance and yet have been too blind and arrogant as to never be humble infront of that which we see…ourselves. We truly are dispicaple lot.

oldandjaded
Reply to  oldandjaded
December 28, 2019

Doh! Sorry, this should be self evident, but “Korea” should read “North Korea”.

John Doran
December 28, 2019

Book: Pawns In The Game, 1955, by WWII Canadian naval intelligence officer William Guy Carr. Looks at the influence of money on history from “European Financiers” funding Cromwell during English Civil War to 1955. Some most interesting perspectives which we are not taught in schools. Rothschild’s 25-point plot for world domination, via freemasonry, was drawn up (modernised) by Adam Weishaupt, an ex(?) Jesuit Professor of RC canon (Church) law, 1773. It’s shown in chapter 3, on the French Revolution. A consortium of banks, US & European, funded Lenin & Trotsky $50,000,000 in 1917, during WWI, to effect the Bolshevik Revolution,… Read more »

John Doran
December 28, 2019

Sorry, I naffed up the link:
http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopolitica/pawns_inthegame/pawns_contents.htm

Another good read is The Creature From Jekyll Island by G. Edward Griffin, noted researcher, film-maker & author. The chapter summaries can be read in about an hour.
JD.

oldandjaded
Reply to  John Doran
December 28, 2019

I read “The Creature From Jekyll Island” or should say, started to. So many of his assertions were unsupported, and the tone was so high strung, I felt Griffin himself wasn’t credible. That isn’t to say that I necessarily believed that the basic premise of the book wasn’t accurate, but I felt he wasn’t credible. I am still very much open to a good book on the Federal Reserve, I just felt that wasn’t it. I also felt that his constantly trying to push his Libertarianism at every turn wasn’t pertinent to the subject, and was a constant distraction. I… Read more »

sadadasda
sadadasda
December 28, 2019

Ha, some years ago Putin claimed that Stalin’s deal with Hitler, which was a lot more than a non-aggression pact, was not representative of Russia. Putin insisted it was a personal scheme of Stalin. Now he’s backtracking? The seeds of WW2 were sown by Woodrow Wilson and the others at Versailles. And lest we forget, it was the Allies who declared war on Nazi Germany, not the other way around!

Olivia Kroth
Reply to  sadadasda
December 29, 2019

The Soviet Union was part of the “Allies”. The Soviet Union did not declare war on Nazi Germany, but Nazi Germany invaded the Soviet Union and “declared war”. Your view is warped, keep to the facts! And do not misinterprete Putin’s words, but read his interviews and speeches carefully instead.

Magic Man In the Sky
Magic Man In the Sky
Reply to  Olivia Kroth
January 3, 2020

Hitler’s invasion of Russia was a pre-emptive strike against the planned massive invasion of all of Western Europe by the Jewish Bolshevik Communist Soviets. Sadly he was delayed five or six weeks by that idiot Mussolini’s adventurism in Greece. Were it not for that the world would be a different and much better place for white European peoples today.

olivia kroth
Reply to  Magic Man In the Sky
January 3, 2020

Hitler and Mussolini were both idiots, while GENERALISSIMO STALIN was a great man. The outcome of World War II proves this fact.

oldandjaded
December 28, 2019

This is a very good video, one of the Duran’s best. There’s enough there that I feel I need to watch it a second time to really get it all. This is a new (to me) perspective on the Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact. Good work Alex and Alex…

Food for Thought
Food for Thought
December 29, 2019

Stalin wanted a united front against Hitler but Chamberlain was too busy bending over for him. The Brits started WWII, like most wars it wants to be front and center in. Just admit it, Brits. Starting wars is in your DNA.

Olivia Kroth
Reply to  Food for Thought
December 29, 2019

Very true! And the US coward Roosevelt diddled and daddled, postponed endlessly, until he finally sent US troops to “land in Normandy”, after the Soviets had already born the brunt of the Nazi invasion in the Soviet Union and won the war.

Magic Man In the Sky
Magic Man In the Sky
Reply to  Food for Thought
January 3, 2020

Chamberlain was a far better statesman than that drunken war-mongering Jew-puppet Churchill the narcissist. He turned down over a dozen peace offers from Hitler because he was a slave to the bankers of the City of London and the Board of Jewish Deputies. And THEIR agenda was the total destruction of Germany and her people.

Armand de Kneifel
January 1, 2020

To make it very clear and understandable for every partner on this forum. The “annexation” of the so called Eastern Poland in autumn 1939 by the Soviet Union was the result of a former 18 year occupation of Western Ukraine by the fascist polish entity since the extortionate peace treaty of 1921 in Riga. In other words – Ukrainians, Germans of Volhynia, Jews and ordinary Polish as well down to Halych-Galicia and the Western-Carpathians had to suffer from the arrogance of the well-known “Polski Pan” who dominated now 18 years long the western part of Ukraine.

Magic Man In the Sky
Magic Man In the Sky
January 3, 2020

No. It was massive Polish atrocity-provocation around Danzig, against German nationals egged on by the “Allies”, that caused Hitler to invade Poland and give the “Allies” the excuse that the globalist bankers had been waiting for.

Tom Patteson
Tom Patteson
Reply to  Georgi Stankov
January 8, 2020

I learned something from Putin’s remarks. It helped balance out some ideas.
However, I do wish he would have mentioned and expressed regret over the Katyn Forest Massacres.

…. oops – I thought I was posting to the whole board.
Did not mean to respond directly to Georgi Stankov
Apologies. Tried to delete this but could not find a way.
Going to repost from the top and see what happens.

Tom Patteson
Tom Patteson
January 8, 2020

I learned something from Putin’s remarks. It helped balance out some ideas.
However, I do wish he would have mentioned and expressed regret over the Katyn Forest Massacres

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