Monday, November 10, 2014

Did Putin Hit China's First Lady??? What A Childish, Dirty, Ugly and Cheap Trick of the Western Media (Kindergarten Foreign Policy).

Some of the western media has published an article, indicating that president Putin has tried to hit on China's first lady in today's Beijing APEC annual summit. As it appears this particular event has been censored by Chinese media and TV. The article, however, would apparently try to expose the censorship in China, but in reality this article would try to firstly demolish the personality of Putin and secondly create a conflictual atmosphere between the leaders of China and Russia in a dirty, childish, cheap and ugly manner. In order to understand what i'm talking about, just pay attention to some sentences of this article, which tries to project an uncontrolled and opportunist Casanova from Putin, which does not have any respect for moral, ethical and diplomatic principles. Here below are the interesting parts of the article.

The article begins with a poor lecture about diplomacy and claims:
 "The first unspoken rule of diplomacy might be "don't hit on the president's wife"

Moreover, the article tries to find a connection between the lecture of diplomacy and a weak characteristic of president Putin in a very childish manner by saying:
"but Russia's newly-single president Vladimir Putin seems to have missed the memo"

Furthermore, the articles tries to manipulate the mind of  viewers in a more detailed and comprehensive and at the same time cheap and dirty manner by claiming:

"While Xi was distracted talking to US President Barack Obama, who was sitting on his right, Russia's tiger-shooting, horseback-riding president made his move. After a brief exchange - you can almost imagine Peng making appropriately cliché small-talk like "my, isn't it chilly in here" - Putin abruptly stood up, grasped a tan coat in both hands, and wrapped it chivalrously around the first lady's shoulders. She smiled gracefully, thanked him, and sat down - only to surreptitiously slip the coat from her shoulders moments later into the waiting arms of an attendant" (smh, 2014).

The sad story is that a famous and prestigious news agency like Foreign Policy Magazine has also published this article.

For god sake: If you are desperate with regards to current tension in Ukraine; if you are desperate that the economic sanctions cannot fully be imposed on Russia; if you are desperate that these imposed economic sanctions have not functioned properly as you wished and expected; if you are worried about the rise of BRICS groups particularly Russia in the international arena; if you want criticize or damage the reputation of president Putin, try to find a better argument. With such childish, dirty, ugly and cheap arguments, you are destroying your reputation and on the contrary, you are maximizing the popularity and legitimacy of President Putin.

Due to the fact that this article is a very cheap one, i try to add a simple explanation for the author and finish this short note.

Dear Genius author of this article:
Russian girls and women are among the most beautiful females in the world. Moreover, president Putin is one of the most powerful and richest man in Russia. This simply means that he can easily get what he wants at any moment. He does not need to hit China's first lady. Dear author, If you don't trust my words, book a trip and travel to Russia.

Note: Don't blame me, when i say, we are living in the era of total confusion. The author of this article with such a mentality reminds me to some old and illiterate people, who lived 200 years ago in one of the developing countries.   

M. Sirani                               10.11.2014