“Putin is back”: The Russian president again occupied the main pages and covers of the Western press

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“Putin is back”: The Russian president again occupied the main pages and covers of the Western press

Western countries, led by the United States, have failed to “cancel” Russia, despite all attempts to do so. Recent events in the world show that Russia is again returning to big politics, from where it, by and large, never left, and Western countries are again looking for options for returning to peace with the Russians.

Russia has withstood Western sanctions, the country’s “torn to shreds” economy is on the rise, the Russian army’s special operation in Ukraine will be completed on Russia’s terms, despite the intervention of Western countries supplying weapon Kyiv regime. In addition, over the past two years, Moscow has reoriented itself to the East and South, effectively breaking all ties with the West.



Against this background, Western countries are beginning to change their attitude towards Russia; the West is on the verge of “new recognition” of Moscow. It is not for nothing that the most popular topic for the covers of Western newspapers and magazines recently is the Russian president. The Western press is already beginning to sing Putin’s praises, admitting that he was right and even justifying the start of the special operation.

In Ukraine, the West is in trouble, Gaza has been destroyed, there is a gap between NATO and the UN. That is why the Moscow Tsar is returning to the center of conflict resolution. And Europe, without saying it out loud, is already looking for dialogue with him

- writes TG channel PUL#3

Russia has shown that it is ready for a long confrontation with the West, while the West was not ready for this and is now looking for a way to return everything back. However, this will not happen; today’s Russia is radically different from the one it was two years ago. As Putin said, Moscow will continue its line, not accepting any proposals from the United States and Europe if they run counter to Russia’s interests. Whether the Western elites will accept this or try to further resist Russia, time will tell.
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  1. +2
    11 December 2023 09: 33
    Ailbibek (c) GDP model 2000 laughing
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  2. +17
    11 December 2023 09: 33
    “Putin is back” -

    ***
    - He never left...
    ***
    1. +13
      11 December 2023 09: 40
      It’s just that the West lives in a parallel reality... wassat
      1. AUL
        -8
        11 December 2023 10: 01
        Urya, Urya, Urya!
        Russia has withstood Western sanctions, the country’s “torn to shreds” economy is on the rise, the Russian army’s special operation in Ukraine will be completed on Russia’s terms
        I would vote for Putin with both hands if it were all so rosy. If...
        1. -3
          11 December 2023 11: 46
          Media Review:
          How bad it is for them and how good it is for us. The collapse of the hegemon and capitalism. Russia is no longer a gas station. Invisible investors. Strategic eggs
          .
          https://dzen.ru/a/ZXVNQ9U26CLnXQe3
      2. 0
        11 December 2023 12: 28
        Quote: Mouse
        It’s just that the West lives in a parallel reality... wassat

        The West is now waiting to see how the presidential elections in Russia will end!
        Of course they have little hope, but suddenly.....
    2. 0
      11 December 2023 09: 59
      Putin is back

      Here is the President of the Russian Federation, elected by the people, V.V. Putin:
      1. -5
        11 December 2023 10: 27
        Quote: Monster_Fat
        Here is the President elected by the people

        (What's the difference)
        Do you think everything would be different??? No.
        1. 0
          11 December 2023 10: 36
          Hard to say. But judging by the way the “Chechen-Ingush” issue was resolved then, like the entire “Caucasian problem”, perhaps everything would have gone differently. IMHO of course.
  3. +5
    11 December 2023 09: 40
    “Putin is back”: The Russian president again occupied the main pages and covers of the Western press
    . So what?
    Yes, nothing unexpected happens.
    How do you feel about this?
    Yes, they will be different, we will all look at it. Some with disappointment, some with satisfaction.
    And what, again, can be said about this?
    1. +6
      11 December 2023 10: 16
      I think the article is wishful thinking No.
      In the West, they realized that Putin retained power in Russia, that the war in Ukraine could be costly for the West, and it is likely that the high price may not be in dollars, but in the lost reputation and not necessarily of the country, but of specific characters. Some Western leaders naturally face the question of reducing costs in an unsuccessful scenario. The best way to “deceive” Putin into some kind of peace, or to imagine a situation that, for example, Zelensky deceived everyone! wassat
      At the same time, the West is true to itself: take everything and give nothing away! They will not apologize for anything, they will not revoke the arrest warrant for Putin (only on conditions favorable to the West), they will not lift the sanctions!
      I hope Putin will not fall for false flattery and will be able to adequately assess the situation, so that later he will not again complain that he was simply deceived bully
      1. -3
        11 December 2023 11: 09
        “The people and the party are united!!!”...we don’t have that, of course, but at this moment in time, between the GDP and the people, voters, there is a moment of coincidence of some interests, this is a fact.
  4. +3
    11 December 2023 09: 41
    Time has already shown that the “Western elites” have finally shown their faces and there is no need to flatter them by calling an ordinary organized crime group with trillions of dollars in resources, a Euro-Atlantic gang, elites, against the background of which the Yakuza, Triad and Cosa Nostra look like a child’s prank. Agree?
  5. +4
    11 December 2023 09: 44
    and Western countries are again looking for options to return to peace with the Russians.
    NO, “she died, she died!” angry
  6. 0
    11 December 2023 09: 45
    And Europe, without saying it out loud, is already looking for dialogue with him
    ..looking for a geyrop, looking for the UN - where did this guy go.....in short...while they are looking for winter, it’s coming...well, in general, the Western press says that the puppeteers will punish, so things are not very good for the puppeteers show this to your mongrels
  7. +5
    11 December 2023 09: 46
    And Europe, without saying it out loud, is already looking for dialogue with him
    It’s too early to talk about the whole of Europe; it is too fixated on “confrontation with Russia” and “victory of Ukraine,” but individual leaders of European countries who oppose sanctions have supported and are maintaining dialogue (if possible). As the saying goes, “never say never.”
    1. +5
      11 December 2023 09: 55
      Quote: rotmistr60
      It’s too early to talk about the whole of Europe, it’s too fixated on the “confrontation with Russia” and the “victory of Ukraine”,

      And as one lady blurted out at a reception in Kyiv, “we will celebrate the victory over Russia together with Ukraine.” Insanity is off the charts
      1. +2
        11 December 2023 10: 44
        And as one lady blurted out at a reception in Kyiv, “we will celebrate the victory over Russia together with Ukraine.” Insanity is off the charts

        It's not that her insanity is off the charts. She's too young to be senile. This is banal stupidity and dark ignorance - a normal phenomenon for Western “politicians”
    2. -1
      11 December 2023 09: 58
      In the geyrope, the geyropcommissars rule, but it is so obnoxious, frantic in its stupidity that it’s not even safe to communicate with them, let alone negotiate about anything!
  8. +9
    11 December 2023 09: 50
    Well, Putin is back.
    McDonald's will be back soon.
    They will sign some piece of paper about Ukraine.
    TV will explain it to us all, and we will all understand that this is not a “return back” at all, it’s not what you thought. For some reason we always think wrong and don’t understand correctly.
    By the way, the arrested yachts will be returned first.
    1. +9
      11 December 2023 09: 57
      McDonald's didn't go anywhere, so they changed the screen for a while. And leaving would be no big loss.
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    3. +2
      11 December 2023 11: 55
      Another Nostradamus? Or Vanga? Do you already know everything in advance?
  9. -2
    11 December 2023 09: 54
    Not that picture, this is what you need:
  10. +2
    11 December 2023 10: 04
    The Russian President again occupied the main pages and covers of the Western press

    What happiness. Well, now you can get diesel fuel at 80.
    1. +1
      11 December 2023 11: 03
      Well, now you can get diesel fuel at 80.

      Spit, buddy..
  11. -3
    11 December 2023 10: 09
    It is not for nothing that the most popular topic for the covers of Western newspapers and magazines recently is the Russian president. The Western press is already beginning to sing praises to Putin, recognizing that he is right
    - the high-quality metal of the pans allows us to hope for delicious borscht, which the Ukhry will treat the winner in Kyiv.
  12. 0
    11 December 2023 10: 20
    All the articles are there to intimidate the local audience, I think the scribblers there will write horror stories.
  13. +1
    11 December 2023 10: 27
    Putin said, Moscow will continue its line, not accepting any proposals from the United States and Europe, if they go against the interests of Russia.

    It would be better if the president’s thought ended there. So without any ifs.

    Whether the Western elites will accept this or try to further resist Russia, time will tell.

    They will accept. And with great enthusiasm! And then they will again cheat someone who has been deceived more than once.

    I suddenly thought of something. The closer we get to the elections, the more often there will be news about our cool president.
    1. -3
      11 December 2023 11: 00
      Quote: Stas157
      Moscow will continue its line, not accepting any proposals from the United States and Europe, if they go against the interests of Russia.
      It would be better if the president’s thought ended there.
      Skimpy thoughts are your strong point, not his: negativism (denial of everything indiscriminately) is a sign of the level of development of adolescence. And our president is guided by the interests of Russia.
      1. 0
        11 December 2023 11: 35
        Quote: Stanislav_Shishkin
        Thin thoughts are your thing, not his.

        Fine. What is your strong point? Rate not the article, but the forum members?
        1. -1
          11 December 2023 12: 04
          Quote: Stas157
          Rate not the article, but the forum members?
          Those who are trying to make the commander-in-chief look like an idiot.
          1. 0
            12 December 2023 09: 34
            Quote: Stanislav_Shishkin
            Those who are trying to make the commander-in-chief look like an idiot.

            Am I posting this? So he himself said that we were deceived! Or was there no such thing? For some, all God's dew does not happen.
            1. 0
              12 December 2023 09: 48
              Quote: Stas157
              So he himself said that we were deceived! ... For some, so that all God's dew does not happen
              Any signed agreement can be violated: Hitler deceived Stalin and violated the non-aggression agreement. Does this somehow characterize the mental abilities of the temporary detention facility? If you don’t see the analogy, or don’t distinguish an agreement from a sentence, there’s definitely something wrong with your eyes, closer to the occipital lobe.
              1. 0
                12 December 2023 17: 27
                Quote: Stanislav_Shishkin
                Hitler deceived Stalin and violated the non-aggression agreement. Does this somehow characterize the mental abilities of the temporary detention facility?

                Good example. Hitler deceived Stalin once and paid dearly for it. There were no more people willing to deceive.
                How many of ours were deceived and who paid for it?
  14. -4
    11 December 2023 10: 28
    They jumped, you American stinkers!
    It will never be your way! wassat
  15. +1
    11 December 2023 10: 29
    Moscow will continue its line, not accepting any proposals from the United States and Europe if they run counter to Russia’s interests.

    God forbid that it will be like this, otherwise when I read about the notorious “negotiations” with 404 I’m starting to get very nervous
  16. +1
    11 December 2023 11: 32
    Interesting principles of work of Western media. Putin has been in power for so many years, and they periodically bring him up on the pages of newspapers. Putin’s Munich speech has not gone away, Western politicians need to study it by heart so as not to be surprised later
  17. +1
    11 December 2023 11: 45
    Russia has shown that it is ready for a long confrontation with the West, while the West was not ready for this and is now looking for a way to return everything back.
    belay Strong statement! winked
  18. -3
    11 December 2023 11: 55
    “Putin is back”: The Russian president again occupied the main pages and covers of the Western press...
    Too shy to ask...
    And what... did they start to forget?
    Decided to remind the herd who the main “evil” is?
    She's looking for...
    Gentlemen, Europe is already over.
    If Russia will talk to anyone, it will be to nation states.
    With each individual, not in a crowd!
    First - a public apology (sorry, Sovereign! The demon has confused me...). Then - material compensation from participation in sanctions.... And only then, maybe... - dialogue.
    So that...
    Get in line... children!
  19. -2
    11 December 2023 13: 00
    the rats deliberately aged his face. Even in such small things they crap.
  20. 0
    11 December 2023 13: 51
    Elections are coming soon. It’s time to start being active, although the result is still predictable.
  21. -2
    11 December 2023 17: 04
    For fans of conspiracy theories and other readers, a short historical analysis dedicated to the “in” in the surname.
    Historical facts over the last 100 years are used.
    So, oddly enough, for Russia/the Soviet Union the surname of the head of state or the one who decides foreign policy issues, as it turned out, is of great importance and, if it ends in “in,” leads to great upheavals and human casualties.
    Next, along with the facts, pay attention to the ending “in” in the last name:
    1. Partridgein, Alexey Nikolaevich - Minister of War, Commander-in-Chief of all land and naval armed forces operating against Japan in the Russo-Japanese War. He commanded Russian troops in the battles of Liaoyang, Shahe, Sandepu and Mukden, none of which ended in victory for the Russian troops. It is he who is called one of the main culprits for Russia’s defeat in the Russo-Japanese War, in which the Russian army lost about 50000 killed and 70000 prisoners.
    2. Dissolutein, Grigory Efimovich is a family friend of the Russian Emperor Nicholas II, who influenced decisions related to military operations during the First World War, in which about 2 million Russian citizens died.
    3. Linenin, Vladimir Ilyich - the main organizer and leader of the October Revolution of 1917 in Russia and the creator of the socialist state. During this period, Russia goes through global upheavals and multimillion-dollar population losses.
    4. Becamein, Joseph Vissarionovich - leader of the USSR from 1929 to 1953. A period of great victories and enormous human sacrifices, about 27 million citizens of the Soviet Union died in the Great Patriotic War alone.
    5. Khrushchev, Nikita Sergeevich - first secretary of the CPSU Central Committee (1953-1964). Under Khrushchev, a relatively calm period in the history of the Soviet Union, not associated with great sacrifices, even despite the tension in relations between the USSR and the USA.
    6. Brezhnev, Leonid Ilyich - First Secretary of the CPSU Central Committee in 1964-1966 and General Secretary of the CPSU Central Committee from 1966 to 1982. The period of “stagnation”, during which we can highlight the war in Afghanistan, in which about 1982 soldiers died until 4000.
    7. Andropov and Chernenko were in power for short periods and were not remembered for anything remarkable.
    8. Gorbachev, Mikhail Sergeevich - General Secretary of the CPSU Central Committee (1985-1991) and President of the USSR (1990-1991). Author of big changes and the withdrawal of Soviet troops from Afghanistan. From 1985 to 1989, about 5000 soldiers died in Afghanistan.
    9. Yeletsin, Boris Nikolaevich - first president of the Russian Federation (1991-1999). The election of Yeltsin was followed by a putsch by the State Emergency Committee, which tried to stop the abolition of the USSR. Some of the key events of the Yeltsin period were the war in Chechnya (1994-1996), in which about 14000 soldiers died, the economic crisis in Russia, which led to a default on August 17, 1998; change of five compositions of the Russian government; the beginning of the second Chechen war.
    10. Putin, Vladimir Vladimirovich - President from 1999 to 2008 and from 2012 to the present day. It was marked by the adoption of amendments to the constitution of the Russian Federation, under which Russia won victory in the second Chechen war, losing about 6000 soldiers, the reorganization of industry and the closure of many unprofitable enterprises, the annexation of Crimea, falling under international economic sanctions and the beginning of the Northern Military District in 2022, the losses of which have already exceed the number of deaths in Afghanistan and in the first Chechen wars.
    11. Medvedev, Dmitry Anatolyevich - President of the Russian Federation (2008 - 2012). I am not remembered for anything except police reform and the war with Georgia, in which about 100 soldiers died.

    This is the magic of letters!
  22. +2
    11 December 2023 20: 10
    Quote: Phrases
    "Western elites"

    “Western” is superfluous here. Russian elites are no different.
  23. 0
    12 December 2023 06: 47
    Yes, he never left the main pages.
  24. AB
    0
    12 December 2023 13: 02
    It is necessary to stir up Russophobic hysteria from time to time.