Putin Sends a Letter to the US people

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Let’s Join One Another to Crush the Unholy, Unruly, Jihadi Muslims


How do I put this politely? You Americans are dumb. Today,
Russia and America are fighting each other over fighting the
Muslim radicals. Instead, we should be uniting to crush these
violent Islamists, once and for all.

You Americans want to remove my ally, the Syrian leader Bashar Al-Assad. To borrow a
phrase from your John F. Kennedy, Assad may be a son-of-a-bitch, but he’s my son-ofa-bitch.
So if you want to destroy him, what are you going to give me in return? If your answer is,
“We will give you nothing,” well, why would I ever agree to that? That’s not negotiation,
that’s dictation; it’s a return to the bad Yeltsin days, when Holy Mother Russia was pushed
into the mud like a used whore.

Look, I’ll be the first to say that Obama’s “red line” comment was dumb. It’s obvious he
hadn’t thought it through; one can see it in the words he used to express his policy. He said
that the “red line” would be crossed if “a whole bunch” were used. What kind of language is that?
How does one quantify a “whole bunch”? This is the President of the High-and-Mighty United States,
and he’s talking like a schoolboy? All for this silliness over sarin in Syria?

Do I think that Assad did it? Gassed those people? I don’t know; I’ve never asked him. He’s
certainly capable of it, and yet only the Americans think that the case against Assad is a
“slam dunk.” Everyone else agrees that the case is murky. Everyone else follows the first
rule of intelligence-gathering: Consider the source--namely, the pro-rebel media. In this
instance, the rebels were losing, and then they got “gassed”--and now Uncle Sam is
rushing to their side. How convenient.

The Romans, who knew something about both imperialism and trickery, always asked, cui
bono--who benefits? Well, the beneficiaries in this episode are the rebels--also known as
Al Qaeda. Way to go, Americans!
So let’s check some other news items: Here’s a June 6 item from a Turkish newspaper

Yet could this evidence against the rebels all be Russian disinformation? Hey, we’re good,
but not that good.

Meanwhile, go ahead: Look for this information in your mainstream American
media--your so-called “free press.” You can barely find it. Yankee lapdog reporters will
cover everything that Obama says, and everything that John McCain says, but they won’t
send reporters to warzones to go and actually figure out what happened.
Nor will American “presstitutes” remind their people of their own country’s history of
helping the Iraqis use poison gas, all the time, in the 80s.

Yes, American reporters are sheep. They try to figure out what Obama wants them to
write, and then they write it. Or if Obama doesn’t have a clear line on some topic--which is
often--they look over the shoulder of the reporter next to them and copy that. Like I said,

The result is a herd mentality, showing no understanding of what true necessity truly looks

Here’s an example of a real “red line”: It’s June 24, 1812, and Napoleon Bonaparte, having
conquered all of continental Europe, is now leading a half-million soldiers across the
Neman River, invading Russia, heading straight for Moscow. Six months later, Napoleon
retreats in disastrous defeat, but only after he burns our sacred capital and leaves 200,000
Russians dead in battle. Now that’s a red-line situation.

But even the Czars, those blockheads, weren’t dumb enough to send Russian forces
halfway around the world because someone wasn’t being nice to someone else.
So in my time, I can hardly get worked up over Assad using poison gas--if he did. Dead is
dead, I say. In any case, Assad is adhering to the first rule of a leader: Stay in power. And
so you do what it takes.

In fact, I’m not against gas warfare; I’m for gas warfare, if that’s what it takes. For
example, I would love to gas the Chechens--all 1.2 million of them. They are like
cockroaches, murderous Muslim cockroaches, and if the Chechens had done to Americans
what they have done to Russians want to join with us. Oh wait, they have:
The Boston Bombers, those Tsarnaev brothers, were Chechens. You took them in--against our advice.
You put them on welfare for a decade, ignored our intelligence warnings, and then they terror-bomb you.
The Chechens deserve to be fumigated. As an aside, what's wrong with your media? They seem like
"useful idiots"--to borrow Lenin's phrase--for the terrorists. That Rolling Stone cover?
Really? That would never happen in Russia.

In addition, there are another billion or more Muslims to the south of Russia--and a lot of
them are trouble, too. Indeed, Russia has been fighting Muslims all across Central Asia for
centuries. It’s not easy.

But the American leaders don’t seem to understand any of this. They are lost in their silly
theories about liberation, human rights--all that nonsense. They don’t see that the struggle
with radical Islam is a war, pure and simple. It’s a war that should unite all the civilized
countries of the world. I didn’t say “democratic,” I said “civilized.”

One Western journalist who at least begins to understand where I’m coming from is The
New York Times’ Steven Lee Myers “In his view, the United States and its partners have unleashed
the forces of extremism in country after country in the Middle East by forcing or
advocating change in leadership — from Iraq to Libya, Egypt to Syria.” That’s right. Over the last 15 years,
from Clinton to Bush 43 to Obama, America has stirred up all the hornet-nests in the Middle East.
For the most part, those angry hornets are far away from the US, but those insects are on Russia’s southern
border--starting with those lousy Chechens. And it’s not just the Americans stirring things up; it’s flunky-countries, too.
It still kills me to think back to what British Prime Minister Tony Blair After talking up the importance of “freedom,” \
Blair cited all needy peoples of the Muslim world and declared, “They, too, are our cause.” What kind of bull is that?
Radical Muslims kill you, and so you want to go help them? Put them on welfare? America put its blacks on
welfare, and were they grateful? Did they become less violent? Yet in Blair’s mind, these
same Muslims were supposed to be grateful for all this “help.” That was the theory. Then Blair concluded
with these lines: “This is a moment to seize. The kaleidoscope has been shaken. The pieces are
in flux. Soon they will settle again. Before they do, let us re-order this world around us.”
And of course, that’s what Blair and Bush did--they reordered the Muslim world. But not
in a good way. They made it much worse!

Look, I’m a conservative. I have my imperial ambitions, to be sure, but the last thing I
want to do is send all the pieces of the world-kaleidoscope fluxing around. We’ve had
enough gratuitous messing things up in our own history, whether by Ivan the Terrible or
Comrade Stalin. I want order--Russian Orthodox order. So I’ve been predicting, all along,
that the Bush-Blair crusade wouldn’t work--and I’ve been right, all along. A Reuters reporter
“We need to remember what's happened in the last decade, the number of times the United States
has initiated armed conflicts in various parts of the world. Has it solved a single problem?”
And the answer, of course, is “no.” The US made things worse. Today, look at Syria.
Indeed, by my count, the US has led six major interventions in the Muslim Asia and Africa
over the last 30 years: Reagan in Lebanon, Bush 41 and Clinton in Somalia, Bush 43 in
Afghanistan and Iraq, and Obama in Libya and Egypt. None of them have worked out well.
And so now, Syria!

Needless to say, I’m happy to see the Americans make fools of themselves once again.
Anything that weakens Uncle Sam helps Mother Russia. Yet even so, after all this,
I could be persuaded to make a deal with Obama on Syria. Other US presidents have done just that;
they have gone over the heads of the crummy little countries they were fighting in some benighted
corner of the world, and reached a war-ending agreement with us Russians.
That’s what Nixon did with Brezhnev in May 1972, as Vietnam was still raging. He said, in
effect, I need to get out of this stupid war, but I must look tough so I get re-elected. So you
Russians, pretty please, look the other way while I bomb the crap out of the North
Vietnamese. So the US can stand tall on its way out of Vietnam, secure a “decent
interval,” Brezhnev went along, Nixon bombed and then got out, and the result was “detente,” a
notable warming of US-Soviet relations in the 1970s.

So that’s the kind of deal that Obama could make with me today on Syria. Coincidentally,
he’s coming this week to St. Petersburg for the G-20 Summit; we could easily peel off some
time and figure out how to solve the Syria question.

Yet once again, Obama would have to give me something in return. What would it be? A
free rein in Chechyna? A blind eye toward the incremental reclaiming of lost Soviet
territories, back into the Russian Motherland? Or just a simple bribe? Who knows. I’ll
cross that bridge when I come to it. But that rendezvous at the bridge almost certainly won’t
happen, because Obama doesn’ t seem to think he needs me for anything. Indeed, he is going out of
his way to stick his finger in my eye: Just on Monday, we learned that the President is going to be meeting
with “gay” Yes, Obama would rather cultivate the worldwide “gay” constituency than work with me to solve Syria.
The Americans still think they can have it all: They think they can clobber Assad in Damascus, snub me here in
Russia, and pander to their liberal sexual constituencies.

In other words, they get everything, and we get nothing. The Americans have had it so
good for so long that it just doesn’t occur to them that they might have to make some

We Russians know about tradeoffs. Back during the Great Patriotic War, in ’42, the Nazis
were besieging both Leningrad and Stalingrad. The Red Army had to manage its
resources: Do we seek to relieve Leningrad in the north and keep a million people from
starving, or do we relieve Stalingrad in the south and keep the Hitlerites from capturing
our oil resources? We did the latter, of course, and not only did we save the Hero City of
Stalingrad, but we wiped out the entire German Sixth Army. So yes, it was a tough tradeoff,
the kind you have to make when you need to win. Hundreds of thousands in Leningrad died--including
my uncle--but the tide of the war was shifted, and the USSR was saved.

Today, of course, I will make it my business to see to it that Obama gets none of what he
wants. I will help Assad, I will subdue the homosexuals here in Russia, and I will be still be
in power when Obama is laughed off the world stage.

Yet while I will savor the prospect of humiliating Obama, I still lament the lost
opportunity--the lost opportunity to focus on the real enemy, which is Islamic radicalism.
We can deal with Saudi Arabia, that’s for sure--but even they have trouble with the crazies.
They would be glad to have our help. But we should do it together, so that one party
doesn’t come to dominate.
The Americans, the Europeans, the Israelis, the Christian Africans, the Chinese, and the
Indians all have something in common with us: The jihadis are our collective enemy. From
Nigeria to Libya, from Syria to Chechnya, we see terrorism and strife.
That’s the bad news. The good news is that we can manage this problem--again, if we work
together. Let’s look at the globe. The truth is that we have Islam surrounded: east, west,
south and north. So we, the civilized people, should make a deal.
For starters, let Russia reoccupy the Central Asian states--the five “Stans”

In return, I will turn Assad over to his fate, and so will the Chinese. Why? Because the
Chinese are cursed with 50 million or so Muslims in their westernmost province, Xinjiang,
which is right next to Russia. So as part of the same deal, the Chinese get to suppress--I
guess that’s the nice way of putting it--their restive Muslims.
Wait, there’s more. Under this new deal, the Israelis can do what they want with the
Palestinians. My fellow ex-Soviet citizen, Avigdor Lieberman

And together, we can all deal with those two most troublesome nations: Iran and Pakistan.
Iran is a lot closer to Russia than it is to America--I don’t want those nuts to have nuclear
weapons! But I have defended Iran to keep the Americans from filling the space instead.
I’d rather have the ayatollahs in Tehran than a hostile US Army, bent on still more
“liberation.” As for Pakistan, the Americans are only beginning to figure out how badly they have been
played Those Americans--they thought they were so cool for helping to push the Red Army out of
Afghanistan in the 80s. And look what they got after that--Osama Bin Laden in his new
home. Now, 25 years later, the Americans are finally giving up on their missionary work in
Afghanistan. If we ever have to go back to bring order there, it will be no more Mr. Nice
Guy! But Pakistan is the real problem--they make Afghanistan possible.
So those are the real evil empires: Iran and Pakistan. Bringing them to heel won’t be easy,
of course, but we Russians have never shied away from strong measures. The Americans
could learn a lot from us.

So that’s my vision. Let’s stop worrying about silly little niceties about the right and the
wrong way to fight a war. Let’s stop trying to bring democracy to barbarians. Instead, let’s
bring them the only thing they understand--force. Let’s all of us--Moscow, Washington, London,
Paris, Brussels, Jerusalem, Lagos, Addis Ababa, Beijing, New Delhi--come together in a new
Holy Alliance, similar to that which kept Europe safe from radicalism in the early 19th century.
Let’s join one another to crush the unholy, unruly, jihadi Muslims. The good Muslims will thank us for it. And if they
don’t--too bad.

Admit it: You, too, think it’s a good idea.