After many years of political strife & upheaval, Russia has developed ‘herd immunity’ to ‘extremism’ & ‘damaging’ revolutions – Putin

An abundance of detrimental experiences in fashionable historical past has enabled Russia and its folks to change into proof against societal shocks, and society is now proof against extremism and political upheaval, President Vladimir Putin has claimed.

Talking to gathered consultants and journalists on the Valdai Discussion Club in Sochi, Russia on Thursday, Putin spoke about how the nation’s historic expertise has formed the Russian folks.

“Unfortunately, we can remember a lot of negative things, but our society has developed, as they say now, ‘herd immunity’ to extremism, which in turn leads to shocks and socio-political collapses,” he stated.

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He went on to state that Russian folks worth stability and the chance to develop, plan and develop usually, with out the danger of collapse as a result of “irresponsible aspirations of yet another revolutionary.”

“Of course, no one has ready-made recipes here, but I would venture to say that our country has an advantage,” Putin stated. “Many people remember the events of 30 years ago and the agonizing way they had to climb out of the pit in which our country and society found itself after the collapse of the Soviet Union.”

“Not a single revolution was worth the damage it dealt to human potential,” he stated.

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Putin has repeatedly spoken in regards to the dangerous results of speedy change and political upheaval and has referred to as for steady growth.

Earlier this month, on the Russian Energy Week discussion board in Moscow, he stated that Russia had “maxed out its limit on revolutions.”

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