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September 28, 2015

DAILYKENN.com -- Russian President Vladimir Putin had cross words for Western leaders this week.

Speaking at the United Nations, Russia's president blamed the Arab Spring as the crux for change in the Middle East that led to ISIS and the current Islamic invasion of Western Europe.

Barack Obama continued to embarrass the United States by openly boasting of America's accomplishment in Libya.

Putin rhetorically asked, "Do realize what you have done!?"

Sadly, leaders of the West are fully cognitive of their actions. Their destruction of Western culture and its displacement by Third-world populations is by design.

They knew exactly what they were doing: They were destroying Western civilization in what must be consider the most ostentatious effort a genocide in human history.

• The predatory left began exploiting American democracy with the passage of the 1965 immigration and naturalization act.

The intent of the legislation was to open America's border to immigrants who did not share American values of free markets, constitutional rule-of-law government, and liberty.

Similar legislation opened borders in Australia and much of Western Europe at about the same time.

By flooding the voter pool with immigrants hostile to Western values, the predatory left is usurping our democratic form of representative government to our demise.

The predatory left presses for "one man, one vote," but only in Western cultures that are susceptible to displacement.

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Putin: 'Do you realize what you have done?'

Russian President Vladimir Putin told the U.N. on Monday that those who supported democratic revolutions in the Middle East are to blame for the rise of a globally ambitious Islamic State.

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Acknowledging some of the criticism lobbed at Russia's proposal, Putin said his country is only proposing to help save the world from terrorism.

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"I must note that such an honest and frank approach from Russia has been recently used as a pretext to accuse it of its growing ambitions — as if those who say it has no ambitions at all. However, it's not about Russia's ambitions, dear colleagues, but about the recognition of the fact that we can no longer tolerate the current state of affairs in the world," he said.

He proposed a "generally broad international coalition against terrorism," likening the suggestion to the anti-Hitler coalition that brought together disparate interests to battle fascism in Europe.

Putin warned that international policy toward the region has led to an Islamic State with plans that "go further" than simply dominating the Middle East. And citing recent data about failures in successfully recruiting "moderate" Syrian opposition, Putin said countries opposed to Assad are simply worsening the situation.

"We believe that any attempts to play games with terrorists, let alone to arm them, are not just short-sighted, but hazardous. This may result in the global terrorist threat increasing dramatically and engulfing new regions," the Russian leader said.

On the subject of the ongoing civil war in Ukraine, Putin warned that NATO expansion could lead to other similar crises. He called for all sides in the conflict — which he said was sparked by a "military coup" orchestrated "by the outside" — to respect the Minsk agreements, or else risk more violence.

In an earlier speech at the U.N. , President Barack Obama said it would be a mistake to think that Syria could be stable under Assad.

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