HAPPINESS leaves his wife, lives in a posh new palace, and his face is free of questionable wrinkles, not to mention those topless photos, all signs that Vladimir Putin is in the midst of a midlife crisis. years never end.
Now the world is paying the price for President of Russia complex insecurities and longing for past glories.
One tragedy is that if Putin continues Russia’s 1990s transition to democracy, there is now every chance for the country to become a valued and prosperous member of the international community.
But the former KGB agent failed with what he knew best and turned his country into a paranoia and Soviet-era thug.
Under his dictatorship, Russia was a domestic economic basket and an equal nation on the international stage.
Like all bullies, Putin will continue to throw his weight as long as he is allowed to get away with it.
His arrogance in the Kremlin is typified by the boasting of one of its ambassadors that they “don’t give a sh * t“On the threat of further economic sanctions.
Regrettably, rather than a midlife crisis, the West is experiencing something more akin to a nervous breakdown, plagued by weak leaders and self-inflicted cultural divides. .
Make no mistake: the hell-awake warriors erasing our values are just as useful to wicked tyrants like Putin as any helicopter squadron or infantry division.
IMMEDIATELY leaving Government, Lord Frost has shown his tireless knack for getting to the root of problems, whether over Brexit or the UK’s energy supply crisis.
His general view on mining is that it doesn’t make sense to increase our domestic shale gas reserves, because we’ll only be importing the gas we need anyway, pushing up the gas. carbon emissions even higher.
He’s in the right place. So why is the Government still stubbornly sticking to its ban?
The Department of Commerce weakly stated that drilling for gas could cause tremors.
Safety is key, but never mind the concussions, will No10 really capture the ongoing political seismic if they don’t address the cost of living crisis?
All other reasons to start cracking on fracking now.
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https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/17641615/vladimir-putin-midlife-crisis-ukraine/ Vladimir Putin is caught in a never-ending midlife crisis and the world is paying the price