I just thought this short video demonstrated the true character of the men in it. Putin is presented with a gift of a rare breed of dogs from Turkmenistan. Watch how Turkmenistan president handles the poor puppy by the scruff of his neck, showcasing him to the cameras like a trophy.
Then watch as Putin rushes to ‘save’ the puppy from an impending strangulation. Watch how Putin takes the puppy gently from the Turkmenistan president, hugs him, and gives him a kiss, before gently setting him down. For Putin, dogs are not trophies, but friends.
Putin’s new puppy’s name is Verniy, which translates as ‘Faithful.’ It is said that this breed of dogs grows very large and makes especially faithful companions.
To be sure, Turkmenistan president meant well, and this gift is clearly a sign of special closeness and benevolence. Putin continues making huge strides in both Middle East and Central Asia. More on that in upcoming articles!
Just couldn’t resist posting this for desert! Meanwhile the anti-Putin / anti-Russia hysteria in the US continues, taking on the most bizzarre forms…
Presenting Doggie-gate: Putin Manipulates American Pet Lovers – according to NY Times. LOL:
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This is a new video released Jan. 11, 2017 by News Front, with my Eng. translation.
Dasha the dog’s story told by a female member of the Donetsk People’s Republic’s self-defence regiment:
She survived all the bombings with us. The boys from our recognizance team rescued her during a bombing somewhere near Nikishino village. She was so starved and emaciated that she couldn’t stand on her feet. We, the medics, healed her, got her back on her feet. (At that moment Dasha extends her paw to her friend, as a thank you). “She knows we rescued her.”
She was very scared at first. I printed several ads in the Donetsk paper, hoping to find her owner. No one replied.
Dasha isn’t young any more, missing some front teeth. She is a very kind dog.
“She rides with us in the Urals (military vehicles), in cars, comes to drills and even accompanies us in battle, right, Dashen’ka?”
It appears the owner escaped the bombings and left her behind. It appears he’s alive, but no one knows why he abandoned her. Maybe couldn’t fit her in the car since she is a big dog, you know how people at the time ran in panic (LR: to escape the bombings of the Kiev junta and ukro-nazis).
So, we have given her a home here and she now helps us protect Donetsk (again, Dasha places her paw on the lady to re-affirm the statement.)
That’s her life, her destiny now. Same is true for half of the dogs and cats of Donbass.
She loves to keep warm, loves to sleep on our beds, and we are glad to spoil her.
She feels the bombings coming and warns us with her behavior. “You are a good, good doggie, Dasha.”
She is big friends with our cats. Not so much with other dogs, but cats are her buddies. She is a big, intelligent dog. That’s our Dashka, ‘the dog of our regiment.’
We have lots of cats and there are also many local homeless dogs that our boys adopted. They are very helpful: as if live alarms, they warn us of upcoming attacks.
At that moment Dasha rolls on the cot, exposing her tummy.