Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke at an annual military parade in Red Square, Moscow, as the country celebrated its Victory Day, commemorating the defeat of Nazi Germany in 1945. #CNN #News
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Well, that was in a way positive. No big threat of nuclear war – he said even to prevent, also no mass mobilization. This speech seemed really timid.
LOL why would he let the enemies know ? Everything he does is unpredictable. Just like when US said Russia will invade Ukraine on this day , yet Russia said they’re wrong we won’t invade. 3 weeks later BOOM they invaded they invaded when the US was wrong with their prediction .
He can’t be trusted
Woe to those who calls good evil and call evil good , 🔥
@A – Galatians 6:7,8
It least you didn’t use a capital g for your cat.
Democrats could learn from those wise words.
@A – The Bible isn’t outdated. It actually has things in it that are happening today and are going to happen very soon in the future. How can you say the Word is outdated? That’s almost comical!
That’s why making heroes out of Azov is dangerous.
I thought he may have bragged about bombing the school full of civilians yesterday. The whole thing reminds me of Hitler rallies in the thirties.
All we need is peace and stability in the world. Make it happen everybody and stop all the nonsense and violence.
@karen hall And how do you want us to do that exactly? Snap our fingers and think happy thoughts and boom, done-zo?
@Поддержи Россию!🇷🇺 Yeah, your bloody right, she should speak TO YOU!!
“He over stayed his welcome. He doesn’t know when to get off the stage” – Nina Krushcheva
@Women’s Rights was a Mistake ok incel
@Lawrence Allen You think score keeping and counting up the dead somehow reflects the skill of this army or that army. The Russian soldiers fought bravely and fiercely, sacrificing all those millions against the brutal might of the German military. This included many women, who were snipers, tank commanders, and flew night raids dropping bombs on German encampments. The esprit de corps of the Soviet soldiers was a wonder to behold and they threw themselves into the battles to stop Fascism. We had a common enemy and our alliance was necessary to stop Hitler, and other Axis powers who fought in Russia. The fact that Communism became our nemesis later doesn’t change the historic facts of what Russians did to help stop the Nazis. In the end they defeated them. We gave them all that equipment, but it was they who fought with it and helped drive the Germans out of Russia. If you actually knew real stories of what the Russians were up against, the horrifying atrocities they endured at the hands of Nazis, you wouldn’t say such asinine, denigrating remarks. Watch the film Come and See and then you will have just a glimpse of what a terrifying experience the German invasion was. Any soldier who fights and dies in defense of their own land should be honored, not dismissed as you seem to do.
He reminds me of Freiza from DBZ. Remember when Freiza was down to one DragonBall to find to make one wish. In which the DragonBall was at the core of the earth(if I remember right) and his soldiea said are you really going to destroy earth for one wish? And Frieza responds by saying that being taller (his wish was to be taller) is far more important than the souls in the earth.
“Some of you may die, but that’s a sacrifice I’m willing to make”
Этот «День Победы» был днем позора для России. This “Victory Day” was a day of shame for Russia. 😂🇺🇦
Сказал европеец европейцу
@Miscellaneous Use its also like 1% casuallty rate compared to Russucka
You march direct from the parade to the front!
If only, Putler will slither back to his fuhrer bunker.
You still live in the Soviet times, congrats, comrade!
@Someone Somewhere not realy
Надо будет пойдем, и не сомневайся
7:18 “Comrades, the death of each soldier and officer is a tragedy for all of us and is a loss for their loved and families. The state enterprises and the non-governmental organizations will do everything to surround these families with care, to help them, and we shall give special support to the children of our dead comrades.”
How about all the missing soldiers who are not dead (who are often the major part of casualties)? That sounds to me like saying that, if you want your children to live decently or have food at all, better you get yourself killed, not captured. Quite traditionally Sovietic if so.
Not to mention all the soldiers they shot and those that they abandoned without food.
Most of the casualty numbers describe the dead. Remember as well these are fascists we are fighting they don’t take prisoners.
@zeffy ._ You mean that the Ukrainians don’t take prisoners because they are fascists?
Beside the fact that the Ukrainians are taking prisoners and regardless whether or not they are fascists, I assume you don’t know that Germany took millions of Sovietic soldiers prisoner in 1941 alone (if you consider Hitler a fascist).
I was under the impression he is in deep regret, he knows his days are numbered.
“you either die a hero or see your self live long enough to become the villain “
“fragile hero makes a villain”
@Shakrom obviously you don’t know history
@DontKnow9000 did not every army do this???
You know it’s a fight to find material when you’ve got to quote yourself. You’ve got to admit, the Russian trolls have faded for the most part and the bots are far less as well. While I’m sure Facebook has a lot to do with it, it’s also gotta be tough to watch your army preform like this and then go onto to comment threads and tell people “Just wait!” 😂
You could hear it in Putins speech…..all the same old “Russian people ! Every problem you have, from poverty to bad skin, is the fault of NATO!” but very little about Ukraine. He used other subjects to sound like the tough guy he wants to be but made sure not to sound tough with further threats to Ukraine. He sounded like a man ignorant enough as to what to do next but smart enough to know not to make it worse.
And here we are just 80 years later same dynamic between west and russia
@Sharon Keetch lol i see your reply but when i try loading the comments up it wont load, seems youtube censored your comment.
@Toxiflexx A “Stalin that isn’t as bad” is still like as bad as Hitler lmao
@Toxiflexx I can still see it
@Sharon Keetch thats weird i still cant see it, is it a glitch on my end or is youtube censoring comments? I could only see that one reply on my notifications.
you either die a hero or see your self live long enough to become the villain
I love that music wow
2:12 Listen to what he says about indivisible security and then recall his eradication of all gains made by the “glorious” former soviet union in the name of world security. The IDF treaty, new START and open skies treaties have been either blatantly cast aside or violated to the point of irrelevance, preventing the exact transparency those treaties were meant to provide.
For those who write about good weather in Moscow. You probably know better when entering thousands of kilometers from Moscow? I was there, I have not seen such a strong wind for a long time
I would like to know what you think about the war going on with Ukraine?
“The world is in more peril from those who tolerate evil or encourage evil than from those who actually commit it.” -Dr. Albert Einstein, March 30 1953
Thank you for the atomic bombs, Einstein!
Russia suffered a lot from the Bolshevik revolution to the first defeat from the Nazi, they bounced back.
“We mourn the memory of the martyrs of Odessa who were burned alive in 1914” Translator meant to say **2014**
Everyone has point their finger at Mr. Putin for how long and yet never allowed to tell his side.
Here’s actual partial speech:
foreign visitors/veterans were not allowed by their country to come.
Translation of part of Putin’s speech:
We are proud of the unconquered, valiant generation of victors, that we are their
heirs, and it is our duty to keep the memory of those who crushed Nazism, who
bequeathed us to be vigilant and do everything so that the horror of a global
war does not happen again.
And therefore, despite all the disagreements in international relations, Russia has
always advocated the creation of a system of equal and indivisible security, a
system that is vital for the entire world community.
In December last year, we proposed to conclude an agreement on security guarantees.
Russia called on the West to an honest dialogue, to search for reasonable, compromise
solutions, to take into account each other’s interests. All in vain. The NATO
countries did not want to hear us, which means that in fact they had completely
different plans. And we saw it.
Openly, preparations were underway for another punitive operation in the Donbass, for
an invasion of our historical lands, including Crimea. In Kyiv, they announced
the possible acquisition of nuclear weapons. The NATO alliance has begun active
military development of the territories adjacent to us.
Thus, a threat that is absolutely unacceptable to us was systematically created,
moreover, directly at our borders. Everything indicated that a clash with
neo-Nazis, Bandera followers, on whom the United States and their younger partners
staked, would be inevitable.
I repeat, we have seen how the military infrastructure is unfolding, how hundreds of
advisers from foreign countries began to work, there were regular deliveries of the most
modern weapons from NATO countries. The danger grew every day.
Russia gave a preemptive rebuff to aggression. It was a forced, timely and only right
decision. The decision of a sovereign, strong, independent country.
The United States of America, especially after the collapse of the Soviet Union, started
talking about its exclusivity, thereby humiliating not only the whole world,
but also its satellites, who have to pretend that they do not notice anything
and meekly swallow it all.
But we are a different country. Russia has a different character. We will never give up
love for the Motherland, faith and traditional values, the customs of our
ancestors, respect for all peoples and cultures.
And in the West, they apparently have decided to cancel these thousand-year-old values. Such
moral degradation became the basis for cynical falsifications of the history of
the Second World War, inciting Russophobia, praising traitors, mocking the
memory of their victims, erasing the courage of those who won and suffered the
We know that American veterans who wanted to come to the parade in Moscow were
effectively banned from doing so. But I want them to know that we are proud of
your exploits, your contribution to the common Victory.
We honor all the soldiers of the allied armies – the Americans, the British, the French
– the participants in the Resistance, the brave soldiers and partisans of China, everyone who defeated Nazism and militarism.