Skip to comments.Why Vladimir Putin Needs to Show Alaska Some Love
Posted on 04/17/2014 4:12:07 PM PDT by PaulCruz2016
Tell us how you really feel, Vladimir Putin.
The Russian leader, who recently annexed Crimea from Ukraine, dissed Alaska today in his annual marathon question-and-answer session.
Asked by a Russian woman if the U.S. state could be his next conquest, Putin seemed disinterested in adding it to his growing empire.
"What would you need Alaska for?" he asked, adding that Russia already has enough cold territory.
Russia sold Alaska to the United States in the 19th century for $7.2 million in gold.
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No America without Alaska.
If he DID move on Alaska, would the folks there be pissed off, or happy about getting a tax break?
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That would depend on how they feel about the Russian thugocracy.
What, did Russia send armed men to steal somebody's cattle?
The Russians would strip Alaska bare ,5 minutes after taking it
No, just some sovereign territory.
Per Wiki: The Russian Crown sought to repay money to its landowners after its emancipation reform of 1861 and borrowed 15 million pounds sterling from Rothschilds at 5% annually. When the time came to repay the loan, the Russian Government was short on funds. The Emperor’s brother, Grand Prince Konstantin Nikolaevich offered to sell something useless.
Don’t let the Mama Grizzly know when you are coming or you will find out what a real American thinks of you.
Alaska could make a deal with Russia and secede from the US and become an independent republic. And honestly, because Amerika is now an oligarchy run by establishment elites, Alaska would probably be better off. An Alaskan secession could lead to a total US breakup.
Hey Vlad...How much you give us for Detroit?????
If you ask me, he can have California, L.A. and San Fran especially.
I am sure if you offered Elmendorf AFB to the Russians for a nicely located TU-22M Backfire base they would be quite receptive...
That could be a better deal for Alaskans than US martial law under 0bama and Reid.
You’ve got to believe that people have been talking about this stuff up there.