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    @phuqizm1547قبل 2 أشهر I dont speak Russian but i understood Putin speaking in Russian more than I understand Biden speaking English 2180
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    @niculaevirgil-iulian8100قبل 2 أشهر Now Tucker needs to interview Biden for the world to see the difference. 931
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    @kieshiap1862قبل 2 أشهر "No one will be able to separate our souls." Beautiful, it really touched my heart. 319
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    @JanMcAllisterقبل 2 أشهر No americans didnt know about any coups or operations or signature agreements. We are never told the truth about anything 43
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    @miraelgogi5994قبل 2 أشهر Republic of Crimea had autonomy within Ukraine, by constitutional law they had every right to declare independence. I'm from Crimea. 561
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    @themissingpeace7956قبل 2 أشهر Putin quote of the year to the U.S.: "Don't you have anything better to do?" 224
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    @indy1869قبل 2 أشهر Meanwhile most Americans are scratching their heads on finding out that people existed before 1775 1079
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    @Male_Codeقبل 2 أشهر Putin did not divulge minor details to back up his words. You can see right now that two avenues in Kiev are named after Bandera (Nazi collaborator) and id="hidden2" class="buttons"> Shukhevych (Nazi cadre, soldier of Special Group Nachtigall (German: Sondergruppe 'Nachtigall')). Here are the Google map coordinates (50.489082776980624, 30.49871680393607)(50.49547548004927, 30.58253827324225). Can you name major avenues in New York or London after Nazis? I'm not asking Canadians))) ....وسعت 134
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    @yaroslav2888قبل 2 أشهر This is important, please like it.
    Tucker is a good journalist and probably not stupid, but he never realized that Putin talked about history for id="hidden3" class="buttons"> a long time not because he believes that Russia has a right to some territory!
    The story is told in order to make it clear why everything that happens in Ukraine is so important for Russia! It's a pity that Tucker misunderstood this.
    Russia does not need the territories of Ukraine! Russia needs a reliable, kind neighbor who does not praise the Nazis, does not ban the Russian language and does not host foreign troops, but since Ukraine refused to negotiate on this issue in 2022, Russia had to resort to military means and annexation. There was no other choice.
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    @Olyshka.قبل 2 أشهر It is only one example, my mom a Korean national born in USSA, had been working in 1980 in Ukrainian Republic that was a part of USSA that time, she was id="hidden4" class="buttons"> due to a give a birth, and a doctor came and started to speak in Ukrainian language, my mom said I am not Ukrainian and came from Kazakhstan, please speak Russian language to me. The response was really angery and annoyed, she said basically you came to Ukraine so learn Ukrainian language and it was 1980, my mom replied her, you live in USSA the official language is Russian, so be kind and speak to me in language that is the official language, so I can understand. I imagine how they might shut or forbid the Russian language now. ....وسعت 125
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    @carolineadcock250قبل 2 أشهر Does any western leader have so much intelligence, knowledge and wisdom? 246
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    @WWROABMقبل 2 أشهر Putin shows that he is well versed in U.S. domestic politics. His understanding of our tensions is precise. 50
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    @blick131قبل 2 أشهر As a Russian, I'm amazed at how many people think that Russia is communist. It's like they don't teach you the rest of the world in school at all. No offence just bewilderment. 1756
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    @olyashesterikova9488قبل 2 أشهر I am a Russian, love my country and people. I hope this interview will open people's eyes about Russia . Unfortunately, most people in the world have id="hidden6" class="buttons"> no any idea as there are a lot of propoganda on television. Big thanks to Taker. ....وسعت 133
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    @juanpablosanchezaveleyra6454قبل 2 أشهر No, he is not saying two different things. He's saying that he's willing to negotiate if gun supply stops, thats on his side, on ukraines side they have to remove the decree. That is not contradictory. ....وسعت 93
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    @1968.5قبل 2 أشهر Russia demanded the implementation of the Minsk agreements point by point, which first included constitutional reform of Ukraine and only then the transfer of border security to it. The West decided that it could implement the agreements in a manner that was beneficial to them. First, Russia leaves, and then Ukraine will carry out constitutional reform. This is nonsense! The Ukrainians would first kill all dissenters. And the reform would not have been carried out. ....وسعت 33
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    @Dan123aقبل 2 أشهر Russia was not the party in the Minsk Agreements. It was a guarantor like Germany. The agreements were between Ukrainian government and Donbas. 82
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    @AndrezBonifacio-sp7bpقبل 2 أشهر Respect to both Tucker (the living definition of Professional Journalism), and Putin (the true definition of Powerful Leader who loves his country).! 20
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    @whitelilycallaقبل 2 أشهر Waiting for Biden to give an interview to a Russian journalist for . at least 2 mins 1868
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    @sergio4740قبل 2 أشهر Russia was not part in the Minsk agreement that had 3 signatories: Ukraine, France and Germany. What part didn't Russia fulfill since Russia was not in the agreement? 65
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    @roll2rolls1قبل 2 أشهر Kevin I don’t watch you often as your videos don’t always pop in my feed. But I think you did a fantastic job with this and it was very helpful and not annoying when you interjected. You were able enhance one of the most historic interviews in 50 years. If would love to see you do this again on other interviews. ....وسعت 21
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    @user-vs1hm1ll7zقبل 2 أشهر Во 2 пункте Минских соглашений стороны конфликта это ОРДЛО- отдельные регионы-Донецкой и Луганской областей и Украина! Но не Россия и Украина! Не смотря на СМИ, которые в один голос гоаорили что там присутствовала регулярная армия РФ, ни один отчёт миссии ОБСЕ НЕ ЩАРЕГИСТРИРОВАЛ присутствие войск РФ на Донбассе! И никто не показывал в Европейских и Американских СМИ как люди, обычные дители Украины, выходили и стояли на блок-постах, которые они сами выставили! Эти люди стояли с ржавыми винтовками, битами и всем тем что попалось под руку и могло бы нанести урон! Это были, учителя, работники магащинов, шахтеры и т.п. Обычные люди! На Донбассе было 6 военных складов, их открыли чтобы защищать себя, снимаои из музеев оружие времен второй мировой войны, танки с постоментов! Нечем было защищаться против регулярной армии! И никто не показывал в иностранных сми как сами же украинские военные продавали оружие на Донбасс! ....وسعت 85
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    @shelleymullinقبل 2 أشهر Putin hits the nail on the head when talking about how America needs a "boogie man" for it's perpetual wars!!! This was a great interview. many thanks to Tucker, President Putin and of course Kevin 18
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    @sibaloghقبل 2 أشهر This was the greatest interview in the history of presidents of any country that I can recall. Fortunately this interview was also the type that Tucker id="hidden13" class="buttons"> could not control to the full extent as he likely wished. Indeed, Tucker Carlson's a high profile reporter and surely knows how to ask questions. Had Mr. Putin didn't give that brief (30 min?) history lesson Tucker and most of his audience couldn't get an inside look about the correlation of these two, almost inseparable, nations' history. As far as I can see, that history intro by Mr. Putin was definitely not a filibuster effort but rather an earnest one to let Tucker's audience better understand Mr. Putin's point about the war (special operation) that everybody is interested to find out the causes (Oops! reasons..) for it. Great interview Tucker and hope it made a lot of sense even to you in the end. ....وسعت 13
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    @ilyas.692قبل 2 أشهر As a russian-speaker, I must say that the English translation is very accurate, high-quality 773
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    @ivan_m8458قبل 2 أشهر Thanks to Tucker for this interview. This is important information about the history of relations between Russia and Ukraine (which is unknown in Western id="hidden14" class="buttons"> countries), and the origins of the conflict in Ukraine that is going on now.
    Tucker Carlson is an excellent journalist. He listens carefully to Mr. Putin without interrupting him. This deserves my respect for Tucker.
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    @omarortiz8458قبل 2 أشهر NOTE: when Putin says the Roman Empire after mentioning the Mongolians he is talking about the byzantine empire's final days before the muslims captured id="hidden15" class="buttons"> constantinople. only in the west do we see the byzantine and romans as separate but everywhere else in the world the byzantines are romans. ....وسعت 23
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    @NickolasEternityقبل 2 أشهر Hi! Kevin! I hope you are well. About . Did you read the Minsk Agreements? If you would see it you find that Russia is not a side of those agreements. It has nothing about Russia. 2 sides only in the agreements: Government in Kiev and Donbass provinces. ....وسعت 11
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    @songfitsterlou2814قبل 2 أشهر You can tell President Putin was hurting. I felt sympathy for him and his people and I am really PISSED off at how our government has conducted themselves over the years and especially now. Evil! 145
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    @Alec-en6wyقبل 2 أشهر About the “2 Putins” thing:
    1. Mr Yanukovich withdrew police forces to negotiate the agreement with the opposition and the agreement was canceled the very next day.
    2. Russia withdrew forces from Kiyev to finalize the negotiations in Istanbul and the deal was cancelled a few days later.
    Now if you (USA, or GB or whoever wanted to defeat Russia) want to negotiate you have to do the first step and withdraw your mercenaries and personnel and stop the weapons supply.
    That is not a “two Putin” thing and there will be no more “good will” to smooth things up. Thank you for watching.
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    @unacceptablemooshmeat2213قبل 2 أشهر Can you imagine any north American president or prime minister in the last 3 decades giving a 30 minute history lesson that dates back to the 9th Century? Our leaders barely know their ass from their elbow! 1049
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    @frankbohm7880قبل 2 أشهر Great and very interesting and eye opening. As in all interviews you hear and see the responses from both people and you get to make sense one way or another! 17
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    @TheAPZORقبل 2 أشهر Putin gave us a nice history lesson and Biden can’t tell what day of a week it is 79
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    @condomadness3223قبل 2 أشهر Thank you for allowing me to watch this LIVE. I couldn't find it anywhere. There was one other channel, but the guy was drinking a beer, with his face covering half the screen, constintantely interrupting. 5
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    @joyhandy74قبل 2 أشهر If you look at Putin's history, you will see how smart he is. He basically has the inside story of lots of pieces, not just historically, but politically id="hidden22" class="buttons"> globally, that probably allows him to have a better sense of things on a bigger picture than most people. His resume prior to becoming leader of Russia is such a smart one. And while I do not agree with all that he has done, he is an impressive figure in history. He has quite a mind. ....وسعت 77
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    @NowonBeautyقبل 2 أشهر New Subbie here because I really loved your commentary/reaction on this video. It helped me understand a lot more, because a political or history buff, id="hidden23" class="buttons"> I am not. You limited your commentary and the majority of this video, you let play out. THANK YOU! Most Youtubers are more interested in hearing themselves talk, than actually giving helpful commentary and just letting the video play. Great job. ....وسعت 6
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    @Amon_Ra.قبل 2 أشهر Hello everyone, I'm from Russia. I want to thank Tucker Carlson for coming to our country and conducting this interview and all those who will watch it. 688
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    @colleenmcnally7400قبل 2 أشهر You did an awesome video here. Thank you and God bless you. 11
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    @paulsutubificationقبل 2 أشهر This interview would have been much easier for me, except for the fact that I kept comparing Putin’s memory from my President’s memory. Putin’s memory without help goes back almost 12 thousand years in history but Joe Biden’s memory struggles on a weekly basis. Embarrassing is my feelings but what are your feelings? ....وسعت 13
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    @joey1917قبل 2 أشهر Thank you that was very informative and it shows that war should never happened 9
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    @natal4762قبل 2 أشهر GOD BLESS YOU! People who are still able to think and understand must know this truth. 7
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    @PerceivedREALITY999قبل 2 أشهر When Putin speaks I listen, when biden speaks I laugh. When biden stumbles up the stairs I laugh some more. When zelensky speaks I hide my wallet. 1130
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    @mack____قبل 2 أشهر Great interview from Tucker Carlson. Seeing it told live without any time limits or commercial breaks. That’s true journalism. Couldn’t get it on CNN or FoxNews. Kevin thanks for streaming it. 18
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    @growingwithgioقبل 2 أشهر Great job Kevin & thank you! 2 things Putin said a chip implanted in “The human brain”, not Elon’s own brain . Also, he remained consistent in his statement that if the U.S stops providing weapons, they can resolve the issue within a matter of weeks. He simply stated in addition, that the British Prime minister issued a decree prohibiting negotiations with Russia which is also a hindrance to peace but I didn’t hear him say anything contradictory. ....وسعت 38
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    @johngill8407قبل 2 أشهر Kevin, lLoved your work. Wish I could get more of it. Your flash comments were inoffensive and very concisively placed , helping build our complete awareness. 2
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    @scottyjordan9023قبل 2 أشهر GREAT JOB! You are very knowledgeable. I liked how you kept stopping to explain what was being discussed. 6
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    @xvii5753قبل 2 أشهر Putin did not say that after they stopped giving weapons, it would be possible to start negotiations. He said that if they stop giving weapons, then the war will basically be over. Without negotiations. But negotiations can be held at any time without preconditions. This has also been discussed many times ....وسعت 7
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    @Dan123aقبل 2 أشهر Russian navy has been in Crimea for centuries, not since 2014. 364
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    @aMp-قبل 2 أشهر I found you from when you visited Tim Pool, and I must say that this is the BEST live commentary I've ever watched! Thank you for bringing this neutral, id="hidden30" class="buttons"> fact checked, and short important context injected into this interview, very well done Sir! This move by Tucker, this will be remembered in history books. I learned a lot of context - even though Putin of course will spin it to his advantage. Germany should be PISSED at the US that they blew up Nordstream, I wonder why they don't speak up. Have USA most of the west by the balls, and that is why? ....وسعت 12
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    @Kawayolnyoقبل 2 أشهر Russia did NOT "annex" Crimea. "Annexation" is taking by force (political or militaristic, regardless), while Crimean peninsula's id="hidden31" class="buttons"> situation is much deeper and more intricate than that. In all actuality it's physically impossible for Russian military to "annex" Crimea, as "annexation" constitutes intervention from outside, essentially external invasion. Crimea wasn't "invaded" by Russian military, simply because Russian military was officially stationed in Crimea's territory and waters for centuries prior (especially so the Sevastopol's flotilla) to the so-called "annexation". Again, if you didn't process it the first time: Russian fleet was OFFICIALLY stationed there for CENTURIES. Yes, even while Crimea was under what is nowadays consensually and officially being treated by absolute majority of Crimeans as "occupation years" under Ukrainian regime. That's right - there was TWO military sets in Crimea, Russian and Ukrainian. Ukrainian military was a much later thing, while Russian fleet and military were there for centuries prior. There was no "annexation", as due to official and open referendum, the already-stationed-for-centuries Russian troops took over military duties of Ukrainian side's, as those either ran away once the results of referendum were up, or openly (and gladly so) defected and were welcomed back into Russian military, with all honors and ranks kept intact. THAT is the real factual truth of what happened. ....وسعت 45
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    @user-gk2gj8nf8sقبل 2 أشهر This is, to my view, the greatest interview of all time. I was able to watch the state of mind of two brilliant and smart human beings. This gives me hope id="hidden32" class="buttons"> that going to school is the best investment in life. Putin realized that Tucker were reading his mind as a president, and so was Putin. This is a win for real journalism. ....وسعت 39
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    @danl.4743قبل 2 أشهر I'm a first time on this channel and I really enjoyed listening to Kevin's side notes during the interview. It's nice to find someone intelligent id="hidden33" class="buttons"> and knowledgeable on YouTube. Well done. . I'm still listening.. ....وسعت 2
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    @joycehaines2055قبل 2 أشهر Me too, thanks for your enthusiasm, world peace is an important concept. 7
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    @user-uu9dp1mm7fقبل 2 أشهر 한국의 속담에, 양 쪽 말을 다 들어봐야 한다-라는 말이 있죠. 우리는 그동안 러시아편에서 한번도 그들의 주장을 들을 기회가 없었고 러시아의 마음을 몰랐네요. 터커칼슨은 이번에 큰일을 했네요 781
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    @tatianasandalova8508قبل 2 أشهر Great interview !
    Translator was amazing!

    Thank yoclass="buttons">u President!
    Thank you T Carlson !
    Hopefully it will be a great & positive shift to end the war
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    @user-lh8qt6pu6gقبل 2 أشهر This is a very great and informative and very useful interesting history of Russia and Ukraine..Thanks to Tucker for doing this interview so give us a better understanding 6
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    @joycehaines2055قبل 2 أشهر Thank you for your points of information throughout the interview. 4
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    @halo062885قبل 2 أشهر Kevin this was my first time watching your videos. I really enjoyed this content. Thank you for explaining the way you do at the end of the video. Very id="hidden36" class="buttons"> well on this video I enjoyed it a lot. Great video I hope to see more of your videos ....وسعت 5
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    @lulanez8608قبل 2 أشهر Thank you for the 1000 years history. A great start. 6
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    @leono7380قبل 2 أشهر To understand the present, you have to know the history of the past. 616
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    @slhgrow7683قبل 2 أشهر Really great summarized breakdown. and clarification on/for various key points. Thank You for sharing 4
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    @machizomultimediaقبل 2 أشهر I will watch this full interview. It is nice and good to understand the truth. Thanks for sharing. Cheers. 9
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    @mrducksmrnot1قبل 2 أشهر Tucker meeting with Putin was a plus. At least "We the People" are getting info of how this war and the cost of LIFE on both sides could have id="hidden37" class="buttons"> been stopped many years ago and the money spent by the United States and other NATO countries could have been used in each individual country for our/their own people and economy. We have a much larger war at our Southern and Northern borders than what is going on between Ukrain and Russia. More life has been lost here withing the US borders due to our unsecure borders because of the drugs and who knows who coming in to take over America as we know it. Thank Tucker for meeting with Putin. Pray for Peace on Earth before we all destroy the world over things that can be prevented. Kudo's to Tucker from a retired/disabled VietNam Veteran. ....وسعت 33
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    @mel124177قبل 2 أشهر Can't find any world leader with that utterly DEEP sense of history anywhere. As a history junkie, my admiration for Putin had just increased tenfold! 36
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    @nolawest5183قبل 2 أشهر Very Good Report - All The Way Around!!!
    Thank You, Kevin!
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    @ottomanstamper7609قبل 2 أشهر I think you misinterpret what Putin was saying about the UN; he was not saying that the UN was illegitimate but rather that the sanctions that the US was id="hidden39" class="buttons"> imposing were illegitimate according to the UN charter. is where he makes the statement. is your interpretation. ....وسعت 204
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    @cropkicker2361قبل 2 أشهر Thank you for breaking this down with commentary that is not biased. Your thoughts were insightful and did not try to influence the viewer to a certain perspective. Thank you Kevin! 5
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    @Russkaya_Propagandaقبل 2 أشهر hello my friend. I am from Russia and in three days I watched the different reactions of American and English bloggers to Putin's interview. I want id="hidden41" class="buttons"> to tell you that many people do not understand Putin because of his mentality. We look at the world differently. It's not bad or bad, it's just that we have different thinking. But now I'm watching your reaction and I realize that I was wrong. It's just that there are smart Americans like you, and there are stupid ones, and it's not about mentality , but about education. Your reaction is the right one from what I've seen. You understand Russia correctly and what Putin wanted to say. Respect. ....وسعت 12
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    @syang7775قبل 2 أشهر Thank you Kevin! ❤ Watched the Interview on your channel. Your commentaries were superb! Once again the interview confirms that Putin is the one and only world class leader in our time. 18
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    @jb678901قبل 2 أشهر I spent my youth fighting in the Cold War as a US submarine officer. Suffice to say, the West, in particular, the US and NATO, want this confrontation id="hidden43" class="buttons"> and engineered it over the past 15+ years. I recall when the Cold War ended. Was even on the attack submarine that gave the first unclassified tour to a Russian officer, ADM Chernavin (C-in-C of the CIS Navy), in 1992; along with a small contingent of high ranking US diplomats and brass, including the C-in-C of the US Atlantic Fleet (CINCLANT). No less than 1 month later, the primary mission of the attack submarine force changed as we had lost our number one adversary. It took another ~25 years for the Military Industrial Complex to re-engineer the return of their necessary boogeyman. Peace is simply not part of the business plan. ....وسعت 3
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    @MrMarkS-lg7ykقبل 2 أشهر I just watched the entire two-hour Tucker Carlson - Putin interview on YouTube. I highly recommend everyone watch it and make up their own mind. And as id="hidden44" class="buttons"> a point of fact, Mr. Carlson spoke for less than 2% of the video. 98% of the footage is Putin speaking. ....وسعت 472
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    @pluto5746قبل 2 أشهر Only older audience might remember the Kobe conflict when US got so offended when Russia decided to have a base in Kobe . American went outraged and another id="hidden45" class="buttons"> world war nearly brook out. That is exactly what Putin tried to explain the expansion eastward of nato jeopardise Russian security . It is not hard to understand right? ....وسعت 7
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    @groshkan8482قبل 2 أشهر I want to hear Biden’s 2 hours interview now. 14
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    @alijafali6722قبل 2 أشهر Like putin said "dont you guys have your own issues " 7
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    @sislauقبل 2 أشهر You really did do a neutral report and sum up! I'm truly impressed! Thank you for posting this. Thank you for your neutrality. It was a very interesting id="hidden46" class="buttons"> interview. Glad to get to see it, and thank you for your interjections to clarify history along the way! ....وسعت 5
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    @evgen-cy6soقبل 2 أشهر The West does not understand the closeness of Ukraine and Russia on the cultural front. It's like Canada and the USA - different countries, but actually id="hidden47" class="buttons"> the same culture. Imagine if, say, Russia had set up a puppet government despite the coup in Toronto, and suddenly they said, “No more English in schools and government, only French!” and started dropping bombs on parts of Canada that opposed the Nazi regime. This is exactly what happened in Ukraine. It's crazy, but ordinary people don't understand the level of what the US did there. ....وسعت 13
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    @charlesabrahamramirez-verd3190قبل 2 أشهر Putin: “The US should focus on the border.” 519
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    @bradmeyer2861قبل 2 أشهر As a history major and just a man who is fascinated with how the world unfolds in order to be prepared for the future. I also believe in taking politics id="hidden48" class="buttons"> out of media as much as possible as well as taking it out of most things anyway. But that interview may be the best one I've ever seen in terms of intrigue, education, fascination, and overall impact and historical weight. While putin is enemy number 1 2 or 3 for many in the world I have to say I was shocked by his intelligence, mastery of controlling an interview and it's narrative, recollection of historical events, overall knowledge of economic markets, military, statesmanship, religious history and so on. It's a stark different between his sharpness and that of our current leader in Biden on a day he was outed in the report released yesterday panting him as an old man with diminishing faculties at a time of extremely important global conflict both social, spirituatially and militarily. Bravo to tucked for getting that done. Fan or not we need people who give us facts or try to from both sides of everything and we don't need to love the messengers. Fascinating. ....وسعت 12
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    @titot2370قبل 2 أشهر I hope each and every us citizen including those in the intelligence space watches this interview. Perpetual war for profit is never good for ordinary people. 5
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    @JM-ut7bnقبل 2 أشهر Ps, nothing odd about asking for a halt in weapons supply. To be expected. The controller is being asked to lay down arms during negotiations. Nothing id="hidden50" class="buttons"> lost if they reach an agreement. Supplies will resume the minute negotiations fail. Putin knows this but he has also been pissed on too often to not set a reasonable level of good will. ....وسعت 14
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    @floridianhomesteader4262قبل 2 أشهر I honestly don't think that Tucker was embarrassed by or worried about Putin calling him out on his previous attempts to join the CIA I'm wondering id="hidden51" class="buttons"> if maybe he's more surprised that Putin did his research on Tucker Carlson and the first place. Of course Tucker would do his research on Putin but to find out that Putin had dug that deep into who Tucker Carlson was I think more shocked him than embarrassed him. My question is why is Bill Gates present during missile defense systems discussions . ....وسعت 8
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    @neuromd42قبل 2 أشهر I was never a big fan of TUCKER CARLSON when he was on the channel (that rhymes with socks},, but this was a brilliant interview, and I have much respect id="hidden52" class="buttons"> for how MR. TUCKER CARLSON "handled" v putin . So very well done.
    GREAT channel Kevin
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    @coucoun1275قبل 2 أشهر Putin was very right to tell the deep historical background of this conflict for 20 minutes at the very beginning of the interview,
    since tens id="hidden53" class="buttons"> of millions of Americans will watch this interview, for whom 99% of this information is unknown.
    Without knowledge of this part of Russian history, any further conversation becomes meaningless.
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    @taradubreuil4227قبل 2 أشهر Excellent ! Thanks a lot !
    Eliane
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    @elenasonina1872قبل 2 أشهر about russia implementating minsk agreement - WRONG TRANSLATION. The Minsk agreement was not for Russia to implement. Putin said that it would be hard to implement FOR UKRAINE. Meaning Ukraine was meant to implement them and it would be hard for them. Russia was not a signatory to the Minsk agreement, it was an agreement between Kiev and the break away regions to get back to peaceful state ....وسعت 5
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    @TheTonewavesoundقبل 2 أشهر Hey just wanted to tell you that we appreciate you for all that you’re doing for community and the people around the neighborhood USA by knowing about the situation and keeping us informed about things concerning our USA community as it relates to the future of the country and world ....وسعت 3
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    @Elisa-ul2weقبل 2 أشهر Great commentary Kevin, very useful thanks for your input! This is real journalism, the MSM are spitting venom 2
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    @andreishade2964قبل 2 أشهر Another thing that was mentioned, but not highlighted is That Russia and Collective West granted Ukrane its sovereignty in 1991-93 as a Neutral , non nuclear id="hidden56" class="buttons"> state . Its written in " Declaration of Sovereignty of Ukraine" . The Key words of that agreement are Neutral, non block alligned ( meaning no Nato , no Russia) and non Nuclear. So you could see that after NATO invitations, and Ukraine announcments of going Nuclear ( meaning placing Western Nukes on Ukranian territory) which took place in Munich in 2021 . The tensions rose papidly . Not to mention heavy bombardments of self proclaimed republics of Donbass in Feb 15-21 . ( As documented in OSCE ) ....وسعت 4
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    @diane5836قبل 2 أشهر Over 1 million views. People are starving for real journalism 94
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    @Martin-en8nfقبل 2 أشهر Crimea has always been and is an independent entity, it had and has its own autonomy and leadership. As part of Ukraine, and also now as part of the Russian Federation. This is why what Vladimir Putin said is correct. ....وسعت 7
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    @killer97811قبل 2 أشهر Quality (almost) 3 hours. Very informative. Big step 3
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    @deedeaross3830قبل 2 أشهر Yo I got to tell you I just stumbled upon your channel but I am now a subscriber 1
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    @setoriousقبل 2 أشهر E hack is so cool.
    Really appreciate you sharing so much with us Kevin.
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    @tonybenn1000قبل 2 أشهر I was Wondering, What might the US. do, if Russia started building a Military Base in, lets say Cuba, or maybe Mexico? Would they be OK with that? 6
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    @zsoltfulop9368قبل 2 أشهر just a simple example to make you understand why Russia and the Russian minority un Ukraine were upset. As we know in Canada there are two official languages: id="hidden58" class="buttons"> English and French..Imagine that from one day to another a new Canadian government decides to restrict the free language use for those who speak English..Would English Canadians be upset? Would the protest?If you think they will, what would you say if the Canadian government attacked its own English people? When this happens maybe Canadian English want to decide they want autonomy inside Canada right?..If this happens Canada may do the same as Ucraine ..Attack even harder the English-speaking territory..At that point, Canadian English may ask for help the neighboring USA , where mostly English-speaking people leaving..They may want to join to the USA as a new state.Would you call the USA a terrorist,for helping English Canadians? ....وسعت 212
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    @richard9492قبل 2 أشهر WOW sound finally. Had a well needed laugh over the audio issue. Way-to-go Kev !!!
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    @climatescientistقبل 2 أشهر what a great translation too. aounds like a guy i would grab a beer with. 2