Tusk Nakhamil Putin in response to his statement about the end of liberalism

On June 27, 2019, on the eve of the G-20 summit, which is due to take place on June 28-29 in Osaka, Japan, President Vladimir Putin said in an interview with the Financial Times that “the liberal idea has completely outlived itself.” The famous Russophobe, the former Prime Minister of Poland, and now the current head of the European Council (political body of the European Union) Donald Tusk, commented on the words of the Russian leader in a characteristic manner.




Tusk’s remarks have already been published on the official website of his authority. It should be noted that in November 2019 his second term expires (elected for 2,5 years).

So, Tusk strongly disagrees with Putin. And few doubt this, since Tusk is known for his frankly negative attitude not only to Putin personally, but also to Russia and its inhabitants.

Anyone who claims that liberal democracy has outlived itself also claims that freedom has outlived itself, the rule of law and human rights.

- said Tusk.

That is, according to him, the rule of law and human rights can only be under liberalism, in no other way. But Tusk did not stop there and added that "in reality, authoritarianism, the cult of personality and the power of oligarchs have outlived themselves," specifying, "even if sometimes they may seem effective." In fact, Tusk has naughty Putin.

Perhaps Tusk had in mind his beloved “philanthropist” George Soros or the completely “outdated and impoverished” representatives of the Rockefeller, Rothschild, Warburg and other families. At the same time, Tusk added that he was able to read all of Putin's interviews in the Financial Times, only thanks to the change of time zones. Although in our information age this is not at all difficult. This ended Tusk's vocabulary.

In turn, we want to recall that Putin did indeed say that the liberal idea has outlived itself. He specified that “some of its elements are simply unrealistic” and the Western partners themselves recognize this. Putin pointed out that in the West there was a separation of the leading elites from the population. At the same time, Putin clarified that liberalism has a right to exist, but "one should not think that he has the right to be an absolutely dominant factor." That is, Putin called a spade a spade and immediately got offended.
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  1. Vladimir_ Voronov (Vladimir) 28 June 2019 11: 53
    -1
    Rudeness (by the name of Noah’s son, Ham) is a type of human behavior that is characterized by a rude, arrogant and harsh way of communication.

    A person uses rudeness in communication in order to explicitly demonstrate his superiority, higher social status, while realizing his complete impunity

    What is rudeness? I do not agree and disagree - Tusk's right, moreover, he lives comfortably from upholding this position.
    1. gorbunov.vladisl (Vlad Dudnik) 29 June 2019 14: 35
      +4
      What is rudeness?

      That's why in the internet on many forums people do not understand what rudeness is. Namely, the same thing is very close.
      Tusk’s rudeness was that he attributed to Putin words and conclusions that he did not say and did not.
      Here are the words of Tusk:

      Anyone who claims that liberal democracy has outlived itself also claims that freedom has outlived itself, the rule of law and human rights.

      Putin never said and never claimed that "freedoms, the rule of law and human rights have outlived their usefulness." It was Tusk himself who attributed these words to Putin. And this is at least rudeness.
    2. Conn Offline Conn
      Conn (Conn) 29 June 2019 15: 12
      0
      Tusk old Polish Russophobic shit! And his "position" will ALWAYS be diametrically opposed to the position of Russia, in whatever person it is expressed! So, your take "disagree" can write on the fence!
      Py.Sy. Preferably in Danzig!
  2. Yuri Filippov Offline Yuri Filippov
    Yuri Filippov (Yuri Filippov) 28 June 2019 11: 57
    +2
    Repeated pig.
  3. semsemch Offline semsemch
    semsemch 28 June 2019 12: 26
    -1
    Tusk Nakhamil Putin in response to his statement about the end of liberalism

    The author does not know the word "objected". Therefore, he uses the inappropriate term "naughty".
  4. What do we care about the State Department mongrel?
  5. Oleg RB Offline Oleg RB
    Oleg RB (Oleg) 28 June 2019 17: 41
    .
    Writers urgently study the meaning of the term "liberalism", otherwise you will repeat after the fabulous ..... grandfather of stupidity in sue
    1. Conn Offline Conn
      Conn (Conn) 29 June 2019 15: 17
      +1
      Don't SUI what you don't understand, illiterate RB! The word "ALL" is spelled together!

      Whoever calls God in vain, lives his life in vain.
      1. Bryansk WOLF Offline Bryansk WOLF
        Bryansk WOLF (Bryansk WOLF) 29 June 2019 15: 37
        -1
        On the next branch, he issued such a pearl.
        Fio such, straight kabuta "from dawn to dusk" reviewed
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  7. rtyughn Offline rtyughn
    rtyughn (Sergei) 29 June 2019 00: 49
    +1
    On the topic of "a priori dominance of the liberal idea", which Putin denies (in an interview with FT), there is a good article in Figaro https://inosmi.ru/politic/20190430/245021709.html And Tusk - what to take from the Pole, except for ambition ?
  8. BMP-2 Offline BMP-2
    BMP-2 (Vladimir V.) 29 June 2019 00: 56
    +3
    And what, somewhere else there is freedom, the rule of law and human rights: ???))
  9. bratchanin3 Offline bratchanin3
    bratchanin3 (Gennady) 29 June 2019 09: 15
    +6
    Rudeness, deceit and impudence of European diplomacy should no longer evoke emotions, everyone has long been accustomed to this, and only in Russia, on this occasion, they chew "snot". Tusk had to point to non-existent as an example of freedom and democracy.
  10. kamski Offline kamski
    kamski (Kamski) 29 June 2019 11: 51
    -3
    What rudeness that Tusk said so ???
    1. Igor Aviator Offline Igor Aviator
      Igor Aviator (Igor Aviator) 30 June 2019 08: 50
      -1
      Quote: kamski
      What rudeness that Tusk said so ???

      If you do not understand, it means either you yourself are from this breed or you studied poorly! HOPE SECOND, Then to school, to school! Otherwise, sir, there’s nothing to talk about with you. In personal communication, the hamam usually hit the face. Tusk was lucky ... Vladimir Vladimirovich has an iron extract!
  11. yurisuncov Offline yurisuncov
    yurisuncov (YURI SUNTSOV) 29 June 2019 12: 16
    +7
    Bearded women, same-sex marriage, etc. are also disgusting to me.
    The Bible refers to such phenomena very negatively!
  12. Sake Offline Sake
    Sake (Sake) 29 June 2019 15: 36
    -2
    He thinks that if in the Russian Federation all his conclusions are transferred to the quote box and worn with these crazy ideas, then in the West everyone will listen to his nonsense with open boxes? He is deeply mistaken; in the West, his talkers were beaten for a long time (Merkel once told Obama that Putin was floating in a different reality), like an aunt was right! His insanity grows stronger!
    1. nesvobodnaja Offline nesvobodnaja
      nesvobodnaja (Unfree Press) 29 June 2019 16: 23
      +2
      Their reality is very mixed.
    2. Igor Aviator Offline Igor Aviator
      Igor Aviator (Igor Aviator) 30 June 2019 08: 42
      0
      Quote: Sake
      He thinks that if in the Russian Federation all his conclusions are transferred to the quote box and worn with these crazy ideas, then in the West everyone will listen to his nonsense with open boxes? He is deeply mistaken; in the West, his talkers have long been beaten

      He does not pay attention to people like you.
  13. Alf Offline Alf
    Alf (Vasiliy) 29 June 2019 21: 45
    +4
    President Vladimir Putin, in an interview with the Financial Times, said that "the liberal idea has completely outlived itself."

    This is what Putin said? The one who claimed to be a liberal himself?

    Putin pointed out that in the West there was a separation of the leading elites from the population.

    But he doesn’t want to look out of the Kremlin, what’s going on in his country?
    Isn’t it easier, godfather, to turn to yourself?
  14. assault 2019 Offline assault 2019
    assault 2019 (assault 2019) 29 June 2019 21: 48
    +4
    Putin pointed out that in the West there was a separation of the leading elites from the population.

    But do the Russian elites go hand in hand with the people?
    For some reason, the Presidents and Prime Ministers of the European states ride a bicycle to work, fly on regular civilian flights, and the President of Russia carry armored motorcade and protect almost 50 thousand SBP employees from the population.
    Russian oligarchs moved their families to London long ago, transferred multibillion-dollar capitals to Swiss banks, but despite this they continue to "milk" the last juices from Russia ...
    What and where is better with us?
    1. Igor Aviator Offline Igor Aviator
      Igor Aviator (Igor Aviator) 30 June 2019 08: 37
      0
      Quote: assault 2019
      What and where is better with us?

      Yes, not about that. read between the lines, taking into account the previous interview about betrayal as the lowest crime. I think it should be understood this way: "liberals, your time is up, liberal - that is, a traitor!"
  15. Oleg Rambover Offline Oleg Rambover
    Oleg Rambover (Oleg Pitersky) 29 June 2019 22: 16
    +2
    What is Tusk naughty about? And what is he wrong about?

    Liberalism is a philosophical and socio-political movement that proclaims the inviolability of human rights and individual freedoms.
    The liberal idea implies the following:
    providing data from the nature of natural rights (including the right to life, to personal freedom, to property);
    guarantees of civil rights;
    equality of all citizens before the law;
    establishing a free market economy;
    ensuring government accountability and transparency of government;

    What has completely outlived itself from this?
    1. Igor Aviator Offline Igor Aviator
      Igor Aviator (Igor Aviator) 30 June 2019 08: 27
      +1
      Poorly, dear, you study terminology! first of all, LIBERALISM (from the word liberté) is a socio-political trend that proclaims the primacy of PERSONAL FREEDOMS over the requirements of morality and law. Literally: what I want, I turn around, and I don't give a damn about everyone! It was born at the turn of the 18-19 centuries. And only much later, somewhere in the middle of the 20th century, it was slightly "smoothed", giving it a slightly more "civilized look, falsely attributing the primacy of the law. In fact, the rule of law is rejected by liberal society if you dig" deeper. " heinous crimes in Western Europe, and especially in Great Britain, are committed precisely by ardent supporters of liberalism.
      1. A.Lex Offline A.Lex
        A.Lex (Secret information) 30 June 2019 20: 16
        0
        Igor, in general, this socio-political-economic direction in the life of the planet will be more correctly called - LIBERDA, from the word liberal-democratic VALUES (not to be confused with LDPR). This correlates with the definition - CRACKS (supposedly a creative class). Both that, and another - is a household name (already) and has strictly negative coloring in the PEOPLE. Therefore, it makes no sense to appeal to the terminology of the past (which all these words actually meant initially).
      2. Oleg Rambover Offline Oleg Rambover
        Oleg Rambover (Oleg Pitersky) 1 July 2019 00: 51
        +2
        When a man addresses me "darling", I feel like it’s not comfortable.
        You do not know the subject well. Liberalism arose at the turn of the 17-18th century (for example, the bill of rights in England) as the desire of citizens to limit the absolute power of the monarchy by the LAW (the same bill of rights). Prior to this, the law was one, the will of the monarch. How personal freedoms can dominate the law, this is nonsense. The idea of ​​liberalism lies precisely in the fact that the law protects the personal freedoms of citizens. And if your freedoms violate the law, then they violate someone’s freedoms (or rights), and this, according to liberalism, is unacceptable. Liberalism affirms freedom of conscience, and morality is laid down by your parents and your environment, and liberalism does not encourage (and does not condemn) deviation from it. Modern humanity (at least a large part of it) lives on the basis of liberal principles, for example, in all constitutions of countries (I doubt that there are any) the rights and freedoms of citizens (including the constitution of the Russian Federation) are written, and these rights are the essence of the liberal idea . To suffer to hear about the terrible crimes of ardent supporters of liberalism in Western Europe, and especially in the UK.
  16. vvnab Offline vvnab
    vvnab (Vitali) 29 June 2019 23: 24
    +1
    Putin pointed out that in the West there was a separation of the leading elites from the population

    Mocks me ...
  17. Natan bruk Offline Natan bruk
    Natan bruk (Natan Bruk) 30 June 2019 06: 16
    +3
    How dare he! To the president of the universe!
    1. Igor Aviator Offline Igor Aviator
      Igor Aviator (Igor Aviator) 30 June 2019 08: 09
      0
      Quote: Natan Bruk
      To the president of the universe!

      Be careful with your desires! They tend to come true ...
      1. Natan bruk Offline Natan bruk
        Natan bruk (Natan Bruk) 1 July 2019 00: 57
        +2
        This is not a wish, this is a mockery, because he is omnipotent only for Russians.
  18. alexprint1 Offline alexprint1
    alexprint1 (Alexander) 2 July 2019 08: 05
    +1
    Is it nothing that 89 percent of Britons agreed with Putin’s statement about the supremacy of super-liberal values ​​above universal values? ..