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"???" by Tweety Bird - 5.24.17

Entry Submitted by Tweety Bird at 9:55 PM EDT on May 24, 2017

“ .” by Tweety Bird

It has been said that one way to know a person is to look at the people they surround themselves with. In the case of the venerable Mr. Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin, that would be Lavrov, Peskov, and Shoigu. These three names are in alphabetical order and in no way reflect the degree of closeness in which they are associated with Putin, both publicly and privately. That is something only Vladimir Vladimirovich would know. Let’s take a look at these three gentlemen and see what we can learn, shall we?

Actually, before we start, mention should be made of an incident that occurred just today that points to the possibility that Vladimir Vladimirovich really is the top go-to person when it comes to geo-political affairs. That being the Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte’s impromptu request to meet with Putin to solicit help for the unfolding crisis throughout the islands and particularly the terrorist attack on Mindanao.

The Russian president was attending to business nearly 750 miles away from Moscow when he received Duterte’s late evening emergency call, yet immediately agreed to return to Moscow to meet with him. With very little political fanfare the two men and appropriate staff members sat and discussed several avenues of joint cooperation between the two countries – from trade economics to security to assistance for an upgrade of Philippine military equipment – with an emphatic “yes” being Putin’s answer to every request. At last, Duterte will be able to stabilize his poor badly corrupted little country with means other than raw vigilante style. Vladimir Vladimirovich to the rescue.

And that brings us to Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Sergei Lavrov.


Sergei Lavrov is the current Minister of Foreign Affairs for the Russian Federation, a position he has held since 2004. Prior to that he was the Russian Ambassador to the United Nations, living in New York for a decade. Now at age 67, Lavrov has held one type of government position or another for the past 42 years and is highly respected in the international political arena.

Lavrov takes his job very seriously, to the point where he looks grumpy nearly a hundred percent of the time. But he’s not grumpy. At all. He’s just a no-nonsense type of guy. And he has a wicked sense of humor that borders on sardonic (Google “Lavrov quotes”). He is legendary for delivering bitingly sharp truisms that leave less than honest politicians squirming in their seats.

Classic Lavrov: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8H7aKGOpSwE

That’s on the job. Surprisingly, off the job he enjoys performing amateur improv. He is an avid sportsman and, despite being a smoker, regularly plays amateur football (soccer). He is also a published poet, having contributed three poems to a Russian literary journal, and speaks four languages. Lavrov is simply a really likable guy and his fierce loyalty to his country logically puts him in Putin’s camp.


Dmitry Peskov is Vladimir Vladimirovich’s spokesperson or Press Secretary, as he would be considered in the US. His softly reassuring voice usually is heard when the situation in question is critical or controversial. When Putin came into power in 2000, he brought Peskov along with him. Before Putin’s popularity began to soar during his stint as Prime Minister, Peskov had the delicate job of shifting public perception away from viewing government as "the party of crooks and thieves” and toward an understanding of the accomplishments Putin’s United Russia Party were achieving.

Peskov is a fixture in Vladimir Vladimirovich’s work schedule, naturally. He can be seen clearly running interference when Putin wants out of a certain situation (i.e. an obnoxious overbearing reporter). Peskov is married to the Olympic Champion ice dancer Tatiana Navka, with whom he has a daughter, and he speaks three foreign languages; German, English and Turkish.

Peskov is endlessly pleasant and there’s always a certain glint in his eyes that makes one think he might be getting away with something. That he has had the sole right to speak on the President’s behalf for 17 years speaks volumes about his character.


Sergei Shoigu is Vladimir Vladimirovich’s Minister of Defense, and his junkyard dog. That isn’t meant in a mean way. It just means that Sergei Shoigu doesn’t go looking for a fight on the other side of the fence. He just unflinchingly protects what’s on his side of the fence. Silently and unflinchingly. There should be no question in anyone’s mind why this man is close to the Russian President.

Sixty-one year old Siberian-born Shoigu didn’t plan on going into politics – his advanced education is in construction engineering. Conversely, it was his construction experience that led him into politics, his opportunity coming soon after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. “At a time when Russia was ill-equipped to handle such catastrophes, Shoigu became chief of the Rescue Corps and then minister of civil defence and disaster management. During this period, he enhanced his reputation by personally attending every fire, flood and explosion. He ensured his ministry was sensitive to the families of the victims.”

It was, in fact, during the series of apartment bombings early in Putin’s presidency that he and Shoigu developed a close bond. It was always Shoigu who appeared first on the scene and at the flashpoints and he was awarded his country’s highest award (Hero of Russia) ‘for courage and heroism in the line of duty in extreme situations’.

Shoigu is also the President of the International Sport Federation of Firefighters and Rescuers. In 2012, he was made Minister of Defense and became integral to Putin’s strategy of restoring Russia’s military prowess. Although he considers himself a ‘Muzhik’ (real Russian man) – he loves sports and hunting, riding horses, playing ice hockey and hunting for elk, roe and bear throughout his beloved Siberia – he has a softer side that collects Samurai swords, sabres and knives, enjoys water painting and making wooden artifacts, and perhaps what’s most surprising, he enjoys bard songs and plays the guitar.

A big softy.


So that’s it. The three men closest to Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin. If we can draw any conclusions from these brief descriptions, it might be that this planet is now slipping into some really good hands. Some really good human hands. It just feels right that we’ve got this for ourselves. We fought ourselves out of the hellhole of cabal rule. I’m pretty sure our world is in for some super great times ahead. But that’s just me.



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