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Putin on the EU superstate (via RT):
President Putin linked the results of the British referendum to the high concentration of power within the EU structure.On Brits financing debtor nations and being flooded with immigrants:
Russian President Vladimir Putin says 'Brexit' is the choice made by the British nation and is a comprehensible one, as "no one wants to feed weak economies." Russia has not and does not plan to interfere with the results of the referendum, he added.On the economic impact and the desire to see sanctions against Russia end:
The president also said the British referendum will undoubtedly have consequences, but at the moment it is hard to tell whether these will be good or bad.The sanctions against Russia serve no purpose, it's pure US/Israeli/Neocon aggression against Putin for rejecting the globalists and pursuing the interests of his own people over the interests of "the big merchant banks," to quote Nigel Farage.
Now that Britain is free and the parasite David Cameron is out, they should lift all sanctions against Russia and put an end to this stupid war on the West's greatest ally.
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