Statement by the President of Russia

Fresh from the Kremlin:

We regard the recent unfriendly steps taken by the outgoing US administration as provocative and aimed at further weakening the Russia-US relationship. This runs contrary to the fundamental interests of both the Russian and American people. Considering the global security responsibilities of Russia and the United States, this is also damaging to international relations as a whole.

As it proceeds from international practice, Russia has reasons to respond in kind. Although we have the right to retaliate, we will not resort to irresponsible ‘kitchen’ diplomacy but will plan our further steps to restore Russian-US relations based on the policies of the Trump Administration.

The diplomats who are returning to Russia will spend the New Year’s holidays with their families and friends. We will not create any problems for US diplomats. We will not expel anyone. We will not prevent their families and children from using their traditional leisure sites during the New Year’s holidays. Moreover, I invite all children of US diplomats accredited in Russia to the New Year and Christmas children’s parties in the Kremlin.

It is regrettable that the Obama Administration is ending its term in this manner. Nevertheless, I offer my New Year greetings to President Obama and his family.

My season’s greetings also to President-elect Donald Trump and the American people.

I wish all of you happiness and prosperity.

President Vladimir Putin


Well, well… looks to me Russian President Vladimir Putin just told our Punk-in-Chief to politely go pound sand and that he is irrelevant.

This is very good in the grand scheme of things.  Looks like USA-Russian relations will be off to a civil start for a change beginning January 20, 2017 and the “reset” button will actually be pressed for real this time.

Barry must be pissed now that he didn’t get the reaction he had hoped for.  The punk got punked, and rightfully so.   🙂  

Don’t misunderstand, Russia will alway be our adversary/competitor/rival BUT that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t get along on a world stage when mutual interests are to be achieved, especially when it comes to erasing jihadis.  The jihadis are the scourge of the earth and threaten civilization everywhere.   Ditto with keeping nut cases with nukes in check like North Korea and wannabe nukers like Iran.

The end of an error is fast approaching.  No more of this “lead from behind” crap anymore…

~ Hardnox

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22 Responses to Statement by the President of Russia

  1. myfoxmystere says:

    Did Borat 0bonga lose his baby bottle?

  2. clyde says:

    Once an asshole always an asshole. Stupid guilty white libtards who elected the Brown Clown twice deserve a good old fashioned bitchslapping. Along with the do-nothing asshats of the GOPe.

  3. Uriel says:

    Wonder if on Jan 21, Putin or Netanyahu were to sign an arrest warrant for Obama if we have to intervene or do we extradite? O is determined to be a worldwide force “guiding, teaching, and encouraging” 20-30 year olds as Progressive world governance leaders – THAT is nearly exactly a quote from a televised interview. Which puts him dead center(he’s dreaming) of NWO dictatorship seat.

    • I would advise Trump to sign it and to also send Soros, et al, right along with them. Once out of our sight, maybe the rhetoric from the liberal front will peter out. We know they don’t/won’t stand alone so, without a mouth piece, they may just wither and die.

      That goes for arresting Sharpton, Jackson and all the other liberals/progressive race-baiters and shit-stirrers that continue to stir up shit. Once gone, their patronage will diminish greatly as well.

      As far as I’m concerned, so may be the law that, inciting violence falls under the category of “Domestic Terrorism” and should be treated as such. Enough of this bullshit!

      Either we have Law and Order or we have chaos… I’m for the former.

    • Hardnox says:

      I cannot imagine a scenario like this as it would set up every president for the same treatment.

      However, once he left office and did some dirty deeds then that’s a different matter altogether.

    • Elaine Morris says:

      Hell! Put him on a slow boat back to Kenya.

  4. Shar says:

    Local talk shows are having a ball with Putins response to our lame duck prez.
    Uriel, I would love to see that happen on Jan 21.

  5. Look…I grew up in the 60’s and witnessed the nuclear threat from the CCCP. I know what they were capable of and what their goals were so bear with me on this.

    We are no longer dealing with the CCCP; it’s Russia. A Federation. Putin may have been a KGB agent, true, but now he’s the president of a democratic nation; like us.

    Granted, he has his visions and so do his people and he knows that. They only want what we want; peace and security and work. Perhaps, even, a future.

    Why must we insist on viewing them differently? When was the last time an American president sat down, privately, had tea or even a vodka with the man, and asked some straight-out honest questions? Remember Camp David? I think it’s high time for another accord… But that’s just me.

    • Hardnox says:

      I agree. There’s no reason why our two nations cannot be frenemies.

      I believe that meeting is on the near horizon.

      • I.R. Wayright says:

        I think it will be quite a game changer when we are fully energy independent.
        What a position to be able to negotiate from, eh?

    • Blessed B. says:


      I agree! The Old Russia is gone and even the Russian people say good riddance and never again.

      Putin was in the KGB….but he was the Banker for the West. He didn’t do any wet work or thuggery for them.

      Russia is 15 years into a 30 year plan for Russia. Not much tweaking has had to be done with the plan but the Russian people also get a say on that. They can call into the government and voice their concerns or give their thumbs up to it.

      The Russian people are no different than us….but many still believe that Russia is the enemy and that we can’t be friends with them.

      I think though that Trump will meet Putin soon after Jan. 20th……they will have a great talk face to face. Better than talking on the telephone every day.

      • Except for the Cuban missile Crisis and aiding North Viet-Nam, and that was while it was the former CCCP, “Russia” proper, has done nothing, that I know of, to threaten us, in contrast to DIRECT attacks by the Japanese AND the Nazis on our homeland and our shipping, respectively.
        If we can talk to the Chinese, the Germans, the Italians and defend Japan, why the hell can’t we come to an amicable standing with Russia? It’s mind-bending!

  6. Peppermint says:

    “We have been saying this all along,” Maria Zakharova, an official representative of the Russian Ministry for Foreign Affairs, posted later in the day on Facebook, “people [who] inhabited the White House for 8 years are not Administration but a bunch of foreign policy losers, angry and primitive. Today, Obama admitted this officially. The most amazing thing is that, having not been able to write down into the history of the Presidency any achievements on international arena, the Nobel Prize Laureate managed to put a fat blob instead of elegant dot… Today, America, American people were humiliated by their own President. Not by international terrorists or foreign enemy’s troops. It’s a curtain time. [The] ugly show is over. The whole world, from stalls to the gallery, had been watching the crashing blow to the prestige of America and to its leadership, caused by Barak Obama and his illiterate foreign policy team that opened to the world her biggest secret – exclusiveness was a mask for helplessness. And no enemy of the United States could have done worse damage.” (Observer)

    I think this woman nailed O pretty well.

  7. vonMesser says:

    С честью и величием

  8. RE says:

    The American people have been humiliated by the illegal totus, the un-Americans who voted for him, the house, the senate and the supreme court for 8 or more years. It’s way past time to make America great again.