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I think that it would also be reasonable to say that most of those who opposed the AngloZionist Empire have felt feelings ranging from mild disappointment to total dismay. I sure did not hear many people rejoicing, but if somebody was, they were in the minority uncharacteristically, Mikhail Khazinfor example.
These reactions are normal, we all form expectations which can be, and often are, disappointed.
Still, even when the news is clearly bad it is helpful to keep a number of things in mind. First, people, countries and events are not frozen in time. Processes, by definition, are subject to change, evolution and even radical changes in direction.
Second, each process carries within itself the seeds of its own contradiction.
This is what makes processes dynamic. Third, people are imperfect. Even good people make mistakes, sometimes with tragic consequences. All this is to say that the real world is not like Hollywood when the outcome of the story is only 90 minutes or so away.
The real world is at war with the Empire and in this war, like in any other wars, there are mistakes and losses on both sides Both sides make mistakes and the results of these mistakes affect the future course of the war. I would argue that in the past couple of weeks Russia suffered not one, but several PR disasters.
I would also argue that the Zionists have had some tremendous PR successes. I will list them further below, but I want to suggest to you that PR disasters and successes are not quite the same as real-world, tangible victories.
Furthermore, PR disasters and successes can sometimes be useful, as they reveal to the world previously overlooked, or underestimated, weaknesses. Finally, PR disasters and successes, while existing mostly in the realm of perceptions, can have a real-world effect, sometimes a dramatic one.
The usual chorus of Putin-haters who immediately declared final victory is completely mistaken and their reaction is the reflection of an infantile understanding of the complex world we live in.
In the real world, a person like Putin can, and usually does, commit mistakes PR and real-world mistakes and the enemy can mount very effective counter-attacks. But the outcome of the war is not decided on a single battle.
Furthermore, in politics, like in regular warfare, tactical mistakes and successes do not at all imply operational or, even less so, strategic successes. During WWII the German military usually performed better than the Soviet one on the tactical level, but the Soviets were superior on the operational and strategic levels.
We all know how that war ended. The other extreme is to deny, against all evidence, that there is a problem or that mistakes have been made.
That kind of stubborn flag-waving is actually unhelpful as mistakes are inevitable, and the first step towards mitigating them is to recognize them. The extreme version of that kind of flag-waving pseudo- patriotism is to denounce a person brining up problems as a traitor or a defeatist.
It is with all this in mind that I would like to revisit what has taken place and try to gauge what the real-world consequences of these PR events might be. Putin disappoints Quick summary: Finally, there is the disgraceful zig-zag about the S for Syria: I would argue that even those who think that this is no big deal and that nothing terrible happened will not, if they are honest, deny that Putin must have known, without any doubt, that his decisions would be unpopular with the Russian public and that, very uncharacteristically for him, he deliberately chose to ignore his only public opinion and favor other considerations.
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