Carlson Interviews Putin
I am sure that most of you have seen this by now, but if not, make sure to tune in to the Putin interview that Tucker Carlson released.
You can find the interview here. I watched the full two hours. It was well worth the time.
If you can’t stomach the full two hours, here is a breakdown to go to the part you are most interested in:
Putin gives a history of Russia & Ukraine
NATO & Bill Clinton
What triggered this conflict?
A peaceful solution?
Who blew up the Nord Stream pipelines?
Re-establishing communication with the US
How powerful is Zelensky?
Elon Musk & AI
Imprisoned American journalist Evan Gershkovich
If you are short on time, I recommend at least tuning into the following sections: History (to see inside the mind of a Russian), NATO expansion, Ukraine, and ‘A peaceful solution?’. But really, you should hopefully just watch the full thing. Much to be learned in such a short timeframe. Break it up into four 30-min digestible bits if you must.
Interviews like these are history in the making. Russia’s side of the whole Ukraine situation is being solidified in the mainstream now, no matter how our lying narrative machines spin it.
It’s also great for geopolitical analysis. You should never knock an opportunity to get an inside-look at the mind of the Russians. They differ greatly from us, and these educational opportunities can help bridge the gap. Our genetics are so far apart that we do not even think in the same manner. This is helpful for dissidents to recognize. One of the lies of the modern era is we are all the same blank slates—Nothing is further from the truth.
Still, as with any influential leader, there is a need for a healthy dose of propaganda, so keep that in mind.
Tucker did a decent job, although his interview style is far too Americanized in my opinion. The Russians think differently from us, and he should have adapted when Putin made that evidently clear within the first fifteen minutes. The interruptions and constant “new question” approach were annoying. But if you can get past Tucker, the interview is phenomenal.
American journalists just love their short, two-sentence snippets and have the attention span of the average TikToker, but Putin was having none of it. He kept answering regardless of new questions being presented. Putin is not wrong here, though. Our people don’t need another Instagram slogan or five-second witty response; we need a lengthy, intelligent history lesson. We need full, deep answers. Not the dumb and short soundbites that prevail over here. But because of that, most Americans will tune out quickly. Oh well, their loss.
More so than anything, I think it is just refreshing to hear a political leader that is capable of putting together a cohesive sentence. That is surely surprising to the average American.
Anyway, it is pretty clear history was made with this interview. Be a part by watching it.
If you’ve never understood Russia’s motives in their actions, here is your chance to gain that understanding.
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