*More speeches from Putin and Rouhani – all speeches are highly recommended – I’ve presented them in alphabetical order, not in order of importance:
Watching all three speeches gives you four times the information.
It’s illuminating to compare and contrast the feel and flavor of each leader, to hear their current world view and to contrast that with their actions of late.
Obama kinda put me to sleep with his Obamaesque speech-writing and his affected airs of grandioseness.
He used to be a simple man. What happened?
Remember the young skinny Obama who was winning state after state in the primaries? Humble, soft little thing. Back then he said that he only had two leather belts in his wardrobe and had just finished paying off his mortgage.
His speech and histrionics suffered a from a touch of emperorism and heaps of hypocrisy.
And he still doesn’t get it! It’s SYRIAN PEOPLE who decide their own leader, not the United Stated of Obama. And not wanton Empire. Not any more. Not in Syria.
Putin’s speech was a little subdued in energy, I thought. But the content was washed and rinsed in reason and his focused concerns on the dangers of the Caliphate and the actions of the entities behind the Caliphate confirms his realism and his non-zionism.
Rohani began with the divisive topic of the recent stampede tragedy in Mecca last week. I thought it was a bit jarring for an intro but I guess with so many Iranian deaths and injures and missing-persons, he owed it to his country in mourning to make mention and homage.
And when that difficult topic was over with, he proceeded to give a firm but warm Iranian stance on the fast-developing current events of the region. He never repeated himself, he never wasted precious air space on egoism (like Obama did) – he simply stated a series of logical and verifiable facts, sprinkled with humanitarianism. His speech was the shortest in length but every minute of it was interesting.
Rouhani was on CBS 60 Minutes last week, and was well measured and clear like you stated. The 60 Minutes interviewer was asking him some rehashed glib questions. i.e. why does Iran chant death to USA and he calmly reminded him that the history of the US in Iran since 1950’s etc has not been forgotten by the Iranian people. Iranians have been shafted by the empire for more than a half a century and continue to be threatened by US and it’s bastard Israhell.
Rouhani just sounded like the most ‘normal’ of all three. No pandering, no bullshit (like Obama) – no insinuations or hidden double-enterndres (like Putin can sometimes do) – just giving basic, straight forward facts with simple, common sense explanations and deductions.
With Rouhani, what you see is what you get.
Recall the MSM and AIPAC, et al were saying if Iran changed it leader, Ahmadinejad, they could negotiate. Well changed happened with Rouhani and the White made good on their pledge to negotiate, but the neocons continued to want a war. Israel and it agents prefer to use the US as it’s proxy when gunning for wars, but don’t have the might to fight it themselves. they’ll continue this until politicians wake up.
“Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu instructed Israel’s UN delegation to absent itself during Iranian President Hasan Rouhani’s address before the UN General Assembly, set to take place on Tuesday afternoon New York time.”
Did they really need ‘instruction’? Heh.
All three leaders are exceptionally intelligent people – same level of high intelligence.
But it seems that Obama has the least political free -will exercised in his political life. In this context, he is the weakest of the three leaders. Because he is unable to truly be himself as president. The president is constrained by incessant pandering to zionist DC. And even though, in a sense, all three leaders had the same message to say today, Obama was the least believable.
If I had to choose between all three leaders, I would pick Rouhani to have a beer with.
Obama would bore me.
And Putin ‘may’ unnerve me.
I Hope to have time later to watch and thanks for putting these all together. I likely would have forget about them if you didn’t post them.
It’s definitely worth the watch. I mean these three guys are currently deciding the direction of the world so there’s value in checking them out their vibe as they all sit under the same roof.
I watched, well more like listened throughout and only intermittently watched while multi-tasking something else at the same time on my computer.
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