Vladimir Putin cuts through the EU/US western main stream media bullshit on the entire Libyan refugee crisis, and calls it for what it is…another NATO regime change takeover gone incredibly wrong, with refugee blowback washing up on Italy’s shores.
This is exactly way the tools in western press demonise Putin…he speaks the truth, something that should never, ever be done…western zombie populations just might wake up from their walking dead slumber.
“It’s obvious that what is currently happening in Libya is the direct consequence of a social and economic catastrophe and endless sorties of radical groups. We are convinced that what is occurring before our eyes is the factual collapse of the Libyan state, which is the result of the foreign military intervention in 2011.”
On the ridiculous, meaningless G7 event…
“It seemed to me that there was some sort of reason in it because we showed a somewhat alternative point of view. But our partners decided that they didn’t need such an alternative point of view. That’s their decision. But this isn’t an organization, it’s a hobby group. We wish them success in this format.”
Via Sputnik News Agency…
Meeting with Italy’s Prime Minister on Wednesday, Russia’s President discussed cooperation, but also the issues that have popped up between the two countries as a result of decisions made by NATO, the European Union and G7.
Putin and Renzi did not discuss the lifting or easing of EU sanctions against Russia. They did look at the negative impact that the sanctions had on the relationship between Russia and Italy, both in terms of trade and military cooperation. The suspension of economic ties did not greatly impact Russia’s defense capability, but led Italian companies to lose around a billion euros, Putin said.
Putin also weighed in on the Mediterranean migrant crisis, and how it was a direct consequence of the NATO intervention into Libya’s 2011 civil war.
Putin added that Russia and the G7 have no relations as the group decided that it no longer needs Russia’s point of view on international issues.
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