Russian President Vladimir Putin by tradition has become a victim of bullying
This time he was made fun of in social networks due to agreements with Japan concerning the Kuril Islands.
About this in his personal microblog on Twitter said the ordinary Russian propagandist Dmitry Smirnov, who somehow continues to call himself a journalist of the Kremlin pool.
“Vladimir Putin will hold talks at the Kremlin with Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe: the question of the Kuril Islands and the peace Treaty conclusion”, — stated in the message Smirnov.
Social network users immediately reacted to the publication and noted that Russian President Vladimir Putin once again caved in at the geopolitical level.
“Two moron is power”, “Surrender going?” “And the Russians will swallow it all: the surrender of the Kuril Islands just as with the pension looting swept. Lucky Putin people”, “Next Crimea… you need to return the Stolen goods”, “Made small bald cave,” they write in the comments under the post.
Earlier, we reported that Russian President Vladimir Putin didn’t embarrass in front of cameras. At this time, a cause for ridicule became Putin’s visit to St. Sava Temple. About this Bravo has reported ordinary Russian propagandist Dmitry Smirnov, who inexplicably continues to call themselves “journalist of the Kremlin pool”.
“Putin stuck a mosaic of Christ in the Temple of Saint Sava. Architect: All of you in the brigade. Putin: When is the salary? Architect: At the beginning of the month. Putin: No, these things we do unselfishly,” wrote he in his Twitter microblog.
Users immediately reacted to the publication of the network and noted that Vladimir Putin continues to be promoted wherever possible.
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We will remind, Putin puzzled by the strange appearance.
As reported Politeka, revealed the secret gift to Putin in Serbia after the “assassination.”
Also Politeka wrote that Putin’s rating has reached a historic bottom: “the Russians rebelled against the regime of the Kremlin.”