Praise Russian propaganda Vladimir Putin Often bordering on absurdity. In a sense, journalists focused on the dictator’s parents Russia. Vladimir Putin’s father – Vladimir Spiridonovich – was portrayed as a war hero.
Russia. Propaganda has gotten old for Vladimir Putin. In their version, the dictator would be at least 77 years old
The problem is that journalists from the state-owned Rossiya 1 reported that Spiridonovich died during World War II – lifting the siege of Leningrad. This means that Vladimir Putin must have been born in 1945 at the latest, so he would be 77 years old, not 70 as the Kremlin claims. from project The piece marking Putin’s nearly 80-year-old has already disappeared. Instead, it was recalled that Putin’s father received a medal “for a severe wound to his left leg on the Neva bridgehead on November 17, 1941” and died only in 1999.
In the media in Russia, only the official history of Putin’s childhood is reported, and any – even accidental deviations – are punishable. So journalists could only rely on Putin’s official Kremlin biography, The First Person, published in 2000 for election campaign purposes. Interestingly, this biography omits the first nine years of Putin’s life.
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In 1999, Vera Putina claimed that Vladimir Putin was her missing son
Confusion over Putin’s date of birth is nothing new. Krystyna Kurczab-Redlich, author of the book About Putin – “Vova, Volodya, Vladimir”, who was a correspondent in Russia for many years, pointed out: “Little Vova was born in Leningrad in 1952, as her official biography says, but two years earlier in the Urals.” He also insisted that the Kremlin was hiding information about Putin’s real parentage.
The official version says President Born October 7, 1952 in Leningrad, Russia. Researchers say, however, that the politician was born at least two years ago, and his parents were a farmer Vera Nikolaevna Putina (not Maria) and a mechanic Platon Privalov. However, Veera found out that the man was married, so she raised her son, born in 1950, alone.
Vera later married a Georgian soldier Georgia.
I wanted to stay in the Urals. I wanted to be with Vovka, to escape from this peasant life, I wanted to study… but could I? The two daughters were waiting in Medegi, and two days later Georgie sent a telegram: “Come back immediately!”. And he threatened to bring me with the militia… In fact, I exchanged Vova for women.
– he told journalists years later (quoting from the book “Secrets of Putin’s Russia. Vova, Volodya, Vladimir” by Kristina Kursap-Redlich).
Journalists “telegraph” In the archives of the city of Cosby, they found documents containing data on Vladimir Putin. The boy was to attend a Georgian school in 1959-1960. Former Russian language teacher Shura Kabinashvili told British journalists that Vladimir was a “bright child” and loved Russian fairy tales. He also enjoyed wrestling and fishing. He was the shortest kid in class, but he always wanted to win everything, the teacher recalled.
After the birth of her daughter, Putina’s husband did not want to raise Vera’s son from his previous relationship. The man had to beat the nine-year-old boy and made him stand in the cold for hours as punishment. In 1960, Vladimir was about to go to Vera’s parents, who, due to ill health and advanced age, agreed to adopt Vova by a married couple – Maria and Vladimir Putin, who were to take her to Leningrad. Vova’s parents will die young – Vladimir’s two older brothers – Oleg and Viktor.
In the 1990s, Putin’s Vera was allegedly harassed by officials from Russia and Georgia, who faced consequences if she divulged the secret. Putin, who was the Prime Minister of Russia at the time, contested the presidential election. Threats were also made to the teacher who claimed to have taught Vladimir as a child.
In 1999, Vera Putina claimed on television that the president of Russia was her missing son. An Italian journalist, Antonio Russo, wanted to investigate the case in more detail, but the man died under unclear circumstances. In 2000, Artem Borovic, who was searching for information about Putin’s childhood, died in a plane crash.
Why does the Kremlin deviate so stubbornly from the truth? In an interview “Political Theology” Krystyna Kurczab-Redlich pointed out that the entire “philosophy” of the KGB was based on a lie.
In democracies, lying is used by politicians as a deviation from the norm, not the norm. Politicians lie especially in election campaigns, but in foreign policy they avoid lying because mutual trust is the guarantee of security. Putin introduced lies into world politics like a tamed beast. The world slowly, step by step, step by step, year after year began to tame this beast. (…) Let’s recall how Putin lied during the conference with Biden in Geneva – he lied to the whole world that he did not poison Alexei Navalny. Everyone knew he was lying, but no one screamed it in his face, and the audience was as numb as a rabbit before a cobra (…)
Another example: 2000, Putin comes to power. It was the culmination of his terrible war in Chechnya. Bombings are ravaging the republic, with the UN estimating that 150,000 people have died, including 42,000 children. Despite the war and the bloodshed – in a small republic, but a European republic – British Prime Minister Tony Blair rushes to meet Putin in St Petersburg before taking office in the Kremlin. And calls him “my friend”.
– she said.
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