Russian President Vladimir Putin Slams ‘Disgusting’ Fat Western Politicians Who Cannot Pull Off Shirtless Photo-Ops
Russian President Vladimir Putin is lashing out at “disgusting” Western politicians who are unable to pull off shirtless photo-ops.
Putin made the comment after soy boy Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau poked fun at the Russian President during the G7 conflab.
“I don’t know how they wanted to get undressed, above or below the waist,” he said. “But I think it would be a disgusting sight in any case.”
Putin added that “it’s necessary to stop abusing alcohol and other bad habits, do physical exercise and take part in sports.”
Russian TV also slammed British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, whose flabby body jiggles in the breeze, for having the nerve to make fun of a masculine alpha like Putin.
“If Putin was a woman, which he obviously isn’t, but if he were, I really don’t think he would’ve embarked on a crazy, macho war of invasion and violence in the way that he has,” Johnson said, adopting feminist rhetoric like coward. “If you want a perfect example of toxic masculinity, it’s what he’s doing in Ukraine.”
“I guess we can assume that chubby Boris with a woman-like figure – we saw those weird photos of him – is just jealous of the Russian president, who is in good shape,” Russian TV stated.
“Boris is putting his complexes on display for all to see. And Johnson may continue his alcoholic parties,” they added.
Big League Politics has reported on Putin emasculating the West during the recent Ukrainian conflict, making fools of the weak globalist leaders:
“The European Union has folded to Russian President Vladimir Putin and is now authorizing imports of Russian national gas, which has helped to alleviate a price spike.
The European Commission is set to release a guidance telling European nations how to buy gas from Russia as a work-around of sanctions imposed against Russia. This satisfies the demands issued by Putin, who has used his economic leverage to undermine Western attacks against Russia and her people.
European countries are expected to set up accounts in Gazprombank, a large Russian-based bank, in order to do business with the Russians and pay for their desperately-needed energy. The EU is considering setting a cap on gas prices if Russia restricts energy shipments, according to a draft of the proposal obtained by Bloomberg News…
Despite the media propaganda machine constantly portraying a false reality, it is clear Russia is not losing this war effort. Putin is making the globalists look like fools while demonstrating that his country’s sovereignty is inviolable.”
The out-of-shape West could certainly learn a lot from Putin’s personal fitness standards.