Putin obviously has his faults and makes mistakes. Putin mostly is a straight, reliable and exceptionally inventive man. He is obviously a long-term thinker and planner and has proven to be an excellent analyst and strategist. He is a leader who can quietly work toward his goals under mounds of accusations and myths that have been steadily leveled at him since he became Russia’s second president. But the western demonization of Putin has been growing since the early 2000s .
So why do the western leaders and media demean and demonize Putin and Russia now??
Western media outlets slander opponents rather than reporting truth . Such has been the influence of Western media over the common news consumers in creating a negative image of non-Western-Countries and their own news networks. There is a big difference between real journalism and and the Western lies about Russia Today such is the reality today. Western journalism is for sure biased, consciously, it is not actuated by some concern for the truth as major news organizations. Completely unfair cynicism , negativity about Russia is visibly rampant.— they are very transparent in their intentions to bash, put down Russia, Putin as much as possible, all the time too.. Lies and slander are the mainstream causes the western media’s political power is in decline.
The Western media as journalist must still learn NEVER to fabricate stories because they will end up in a situation like this where someone follows the trail and realises it is all lies and they loose all credibility.
The western media should tell the truth” Syria has been the victim of an international conspiracy spawned by the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood’s political exiles and Sunni extremist Arab states in partnership with some Western powers, namely Britain, France and the United States.”
Turkey has often been not doing enough to combat IS jihadists who have seized swathes of territory in Syria and Iraq because it is a Muslim country itself.
Ukraine’s pessimism and disillusionment with existing authorities is spiking in all parts of the country . As Ukraine’s own internal has worsened due to their own acts , rather media and political misinformation and hype is being poured on Russia and Vladimir Putin as the false source of their own problems too. Journalists and pundits must scour the Internet and thesauruses to come up with fiendish new epithets to describe both.
And Ukraine’s view is to first regain control over the border before allowing elections in the rebel republics The US supports this position. Russia’s view is the other way around. The US should butt out the war it started in Ukraine other wise this Ukrainian mess will be with us a long time. .
One just has to read the Western news and compare to the news presented by many others and one can openly see this. The Western media as a whole is just bad, and the US media a great deal worse — the fountain of all bad things about Russia, Putin. They highlight stories that show Russia in a bad or hypocritical light. “We are in an information war, and we are losing that war. I’ll be very blunt in my assessment,” said former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton, once commenting on the new wave of information and media warfare. But should we not expect a completely objective western media outlet in this modern age?
The New York Times and The Guardian, are generally perceived as among the most non honest, non objective papers, on how they present the story on Russia, Putin. These two Western news networks are trying their best to focus on content used for maligning their adversaries, rather than reporting the truth, what really needs to be reported. Now, these newspapers are definitely trying to mix the opinions of people against Russian culture and people. When something goes supposedly wrong in Russia it’s magnified . Now it is the Russians who are killers. These newspapers rage against Putin – but offer no coherent solutions or realities nor can they see the problems they are causing. . It is actually scary how the same event cis shown from a different perspective and one just didn’t know who or what to believe.Vladimir Putin’s intervention in Syria is falsely viewed as a way of bolstering the position of Bashar al-Assad rather than a commitment to defeating Isis. When it is both. “We need fewer empty words — instead a cool, ruthless pursuit of both our own national interests, and international stability.”
The terms revolution, invasion and not rather security, defense have become so common in the Western media reporting of almost every event n the Middle East, big or small, their stories involve mostly revolution, violent protests against the state .
Psychologists tell us that people (and countries) in their false denials of self project off on others what they don’t want to face in themselves, take a brain dead ostrich approach.