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King Vlad Redux - Second Cold War
King Vlad Redux – Second Cold War Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin’s grimy fingerprints on current history are for him nothing to gloat about—au contraire I say emphatically: His actions bespeak one who’s not an architect for peace—not at all, rather a quite deceitful dictator and a harbinger of a Second Cold War. King Vlad’s old Soviet-style actions are clear for all who care to see, and make no mistake about it—he’s without remorse and a soul to boot. A Master of Malarkey and an International Bamboozler Supreme, he certainly is, with a menacing image and not one iota of conscience. King Vlad risks a Second Cold War with his violation of international law concerning the blatant, illegal annexation of the Crimean peninsula. With his brand of new style Soviet adventurism on the march, the Old Soviet Bear has been resurrected anew—and it’s hot on the prowl again! King Vlad’s new spirit of nationalism for Russia is not at all progressive as evidenced by his current war on certain ethnic minorities: Jews, Tartars, Armenians, Gypsies—to include anyone who chooses to resist and protest against his new age fanaticism rebranded anew in the twenty-first century. King Vlad’s lineage to and proclivity for the old Soviet Union and its star cast of past gangster luminaries: Lenin, Stalin, Beria, Molotov, Brezhnev, and Andropov—to name a few, are quite telling since they reflect the real nature of his psyche and the tragedy he brings now to the world stage. And lest we forget, the innocent souls of the murdered passengers from flight MH17 in eastern Ukraine who cry out, as do their families, for justice from the criminal thuggery and hooliganism perpetrated by King Vlad in support of proxy groups that do his evil biddings soaked in lies, treachery, and deceit. King Vlad takes pleasure in fulfilling a fanciful role today of the old Soviet Bolshoi Nachalnik (Big Boss), whose historical antecedents from Soviet Big Bosses of past fame, doesn’t augur well for future democracy in New Russia, and doesn’t align with the precepts of good governance and human rights. King Vlad’s treachery and deception are certainly open for everyone to see as he executes his plan of disrupting the balance of the current world order. We all should be forewarned of the clouds of tyranny and aggression that could be unleashed one day on the European continent and the world today. King Vlad, despite very strong objections and economic sanctions imposed by Western leaders and diplomats, understands only one word rendered so poignantly in the German language: die Macht (or Power), which lurks ever behind his public mask and psychological makeup as a former KGB officer. King Vlad’s actions reflect his virtues of lying, denying, accusing, rejecting, and criticizing—all poison arrows in his quiver as a Master of Prevarication. His real mask is that of a Monster who had the very best Soviet teachers and wishes to tilt the axis of his New Russia on a collision course with the West. And so Generalissimo Stalin . . . how do you like your nasty little boy now??? Gary Bateman, Copyright © All Rights Reserved (November 30, 2014) (Narrative Quatrain)
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