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Paintings celebrate Putin's birthday

October 7th, 2014
03:30 PM ET

A Moscow art exhibit is celebrating President Vladimir Putin's birthday by portraying him as a hero of mythic proportions.

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  1. StanCalif

    Too bad the Russian people are so gullible. They seem to prefer a leader who tells them exactly what to think, who to vote for and keep their mouths shut. Opinions and political ideas totally unwelcomed, and everyone accepts this. Freedom, justice, free speech and a freedom from a hugely corrupt government simply cannot be discussed. Of course, all of Putin's billionaire friends are exempt unless they get some original ideas themselves! Then its "off to Siberia"!
    Under Putin's rule, Russia has lost any chance they ever had at being a democratic state. Putin's Russia is just another pathetic dictatorship which will eventually crumble and fail.

    October 7, 2014 at 10:24 pm | Reply
    • Erm...

      Don't throw a tantrum now.

      Russia is the only bulwark of alternative thought remaining between a balanced world and US-led psychosis of Obama the piece prized warmonger.

      October 10, 2014 at 5:43 am | Reply
  2. Igor Rossine Gleb

    It is not as bad as one could think! Putin reverted the disorganization of Russia! Russia needs this moment to reorganize itself and Putin will pass eventually! One have to notice that historically ( apart the ideological soviet times and the localized disputes with Sweden and Poland) it was Russia that was invaded and not the contrary! One has never seen the Russian army in Rome or Lisbon.

    October 8, 2014 at 6:14 pm | Reply
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