Putin Says He Wouldn’t be Surprised If Tucker Gets Prosecuted

Previously: Watch: Tucker Carlson’s Interview with Vladimir Putin

Putin’s comments on the Tucker Carlson interview are a bit surprising. He apparently thought Tucker was going to go after him, which I don’t think is what anyone in America was thinking.


“I think your Carlson – I say yours, since he’s a member of your profession – is a dangerous man,” Putin told journalist Pavel Zarubin on the sidelines of the Future Technologies Forum in Moscow.

“I thought he would be aggressive, ask me sharp questions. I was not just ready for that, I wanted that, so I could give equally sharp answers,” Putin explained. “But he chose a different tactic.”

Carlson ended up patiently sitting through Putin’s lengthy digression into history and “did not give me an occasion to do something I had prepared for,” Putin said. “Frankly speaking, I did not get the full satisfaction from this interview.”

Is he saying he wanted his history lesson to be interrupted? That would maybe make sense.

I respect the fact he opened with a 40-minute history lesson starting with Prince Rurik. It was awesome, if only because it was so unexpected. I know a lot about Putin. I read translations of all his interviews and speeches. He does these history lessons pretty regularly, but I was shocked he started the Tucker interview off with that.

No one watched it and thought “this is just what I expected Putin to do.” That’s clearly what he wanted.

Commenting on reactions to the interview from the West, Putin said it was a good thing that the leaders there watched and listened to what he had to say – but bad that they felt the need to twist his words.

Asked if Carlson could face reprisals in the West, the Russian president pointed out that WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange “still sits” in a British prison.  

While the US has tried to accuse Assange of revealing state secrets, which is more difficult to pin on Carlson, “anything is possible in today’s US,” Putin said.

Yeah, no shit.

While this kind of persecution would certainly be a bad thing for Carlson himself, it would be good for the world, because it would reveal the true face of the “liberal-democratic dictatorship” embodied by the ruling class in the US, the president concluded.

Yes. Exactly.

Make them take the mask off.

The Jews took the mask off. They’ve slaughtered tens of thousands of children.

Now it’s America’s turn to finally burn down this “democracy freedoms” hoax, once and for all, so we can all look at the hook-nosed demon face behind the mask.

Prosecute Tucker Carlson as a foreign collaborator, faggots.

One Thing

One thing about the interview that I really liked is how many people said afterward “I’ve only ever heard Anglin say this stuff before.”

That was a good feeling.

Of course, that could just mean I’m a complete Russian shill, and just copy Kremlin talking points. But that’s literally not what it means. Remember: I was kicked off my .su domain in 2019 by Roskomnadzor for demanding an immediate invasion of the Ukraine and saying the Kremlin was wrong to keep hoping for the Minsk Accords to work out. If I were a Russian shill, that would not have happened.

By the way, just for the record: I still think the invasion should have happened much earlier, and – just for the record here – Putin himself has said I was right and he was naive about the intentions of the West.

The fact is: I am simply very smart and so is Putin, so when we talk, we sound the same.

You’re not going to find another two chaps like me and Vlad.