‘Russian troops in Ukraine? Got any proof?' Putin's best quotes from French media talk

The ridiculous sideshow rambles on.

Given the documented history of Kerry and Obama lying about Sarin gas in Syria, their credibility is stretched in trying to posture Russia as the evil empire, with no proof but their lips moving in lies this time, no different than before.

Why not ask why Nuland chose to spend $5 billion to create this chaos in the Ukraine?

Clearly, some Americans still drink the Koolaid but most are seeing through the lies. Caught on multiple lies, the lies catch less and less believers, until there are none.

4 June 2014

Vladimir Putin faced a barrage of tricky questions from French media ahead of his meeting with world leaders at the 70th anniversary of the Normandy landings. Here are his best replies on key issues: Ukraine, Crimea and relations with the US.

On Ukraine, its sovereignty and Russian troops:

The ongoing crisis in Ukraine has been occupying the center of international attention since the end of last year. While the coup-appointed government in Kiev is carrying out a military crackdown on the southeast of the country, the US said that Russian troops are allegedly involved in the crisis and they have proof of that.

“What about proof? Why don’t they show it?” Putin told French media.

“The entire world remembers the US Secretary of State demonstrating the evidence of Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction, waving around some test tube with washing powder in the UN Security Council. Eventually, the US troops invaded Iraq, Saddam Hussein was hanged and later it turned out there had never been any weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. You know – it’s one thing to say things and another to actually have evidence.”

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