In an enlightening encounter, on 9 July, according to the Russian presidential website, Putin met with a number of foreign rabbis in the Kremlin, and in an interesting response to some unspecified questions from them (which the website uncharacteristically left off of the transcript—probably because they were unfriendly questions about Russia’s actions in Ukraine), Putin quoted Nazi Propaganda Minister Goebbels (always a favorite to quote with a group of rabbis), saying “You said that one must be stupid to deny what happened. You know, I think that one must not just be stupid, but also shameless, to deny what occurred. But unfortunately, just like 70 years ago, this shamelessness often achieves its purposes. After all, Goebbels had said, ‘The more improbable the lie, the faster people believe it.’ And it worked out; he was a talented man.” It seems the rabbis had been pointing out that Russia is obviously actively involved in Ukraine but is denying the fact, bringing on Putin’s response. Yet in doing so he pointed to what Russia is actually doing—lying and denying. Noting to the rabbis that Goebbels was a talented man probably did not win him many points, one can assume.http://www.planetputin.com/category/annexation/
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