Democracy as practiced in the West is a total load of tripe on the best of days.
Its essence is weak, approved candidates are typically in lockstep on the issues, and the system itself has become so weak and corrupt that any small clique of donor Jews can influence results with minimal effort.
But in Russia, the idea of a beloved and successful strongman still holds true, and Vladimir Putin still meets both criteria nearly two decades into his majority-approved rule.
Incumbent Russian leader Vladimir Putin is set to secure a resounding victory in the Russian presidential election, according to partial results made public by the electoral commission.
Vladimir Putin is now leading with over 76 percent of the vote, well above the simple majority needed to avoid a run-off.
First-time Communist Party candidate Pavel Grudinin is running second with little over 12 percent, while veteran nationalist politician Vladimir Zhirinovsky, who first ran against Boris Yeltsin in 1991, rounds out the top three with about six percent.
For those who may not be aware, Mother Russia is a very strange and interesting place in terms of electoral politics.
You may think that a Communist resurgence is a very bad thing, but in truth, you’re talking about rabid Nationalists who are more like the 1991 Military Coup hardliners than the Judeo-Bolsheviks who slaughtered millions of White Christians during the early years of Soviet rule.
They also tend to be dedicated supporters of Putin when the Duma is in session – many of the pro-family and anti-faggotry proposals have originated with the Communists.
And with the Zhirinovsky character, you’re looking at a half-Jew who is literally Bobby Fischer-tier when it comes to hatred of his own kin – he has in the past suggested that the world’s Jews be settled in Eastern Siberia and Northern Alaska, has denounced his Jewish father repeatedly, has called for the ethnic cleansing of Moslems and Asiatics in Russia, and has gone on the record calling out President Trump as a lying cuck.
He also tends to be Vlad the Great’s choice for leading delegations to Israel despite writing a book calling for Palestine to return to Christian dominance.
None of the other five candidates is on track to receive more than two percent of the vote.
Putin was first elected to the Kremlin in 2000, and again four years later. Constitutionally barred from serving more than two consecutive terms, he did not run in 2008, the same year presidential terms were extended from four years to six years. Putin won 63.6 percent of the vote in 2012, and, if the early results are confirmed, he will now stay in his post until 2024, the year he turns 72.
May Vladimir Putin reign for another generation – it’s truly been beautiful to see TRUE 4-D CHESS play itself out in the new struggle with the Jewed, screwed, and tattooed West.