Steve Hilton: Putin is destroying Gorbachev's legacy

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‘The Subsequent Revolution' host Steve Hilton claims Russian President Vladimir Putin is doing the whole thing he can to ‘opposite' former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev's legacy, Fox Information contributor Kyron Skinner weighs in.

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32 thoughts on “Steve Hilton: Putin is destroying Gorbachev's legacy

  1. Yes. But then the UN expansion thing is in Putin's eyes is like the Cuban missile crisis in reverse. So yeah you got that. And the fact that the EU is unsustandable without ukraine grain and russian oil. So yeah that too.

  2. For the West, Gorbachev was great, but Yeltsin was even better (because more pliant, supplicate, and US-compliant). Odd that Dr. Skinner chooses to effuse so expansively (and unconvincingly) about arms control… Doesn't she know or remember who (which side) it was which unilaterally abrogated two of the most significant arms control treaties ever signed, the ABM and INF treaties? (For those who've forgotten, or never cared in the first place: The U.S., under George W. Bush and – of all people – Donald J. Trump). As for Steve Hilton, it's now become very clear that he's nothing more than just another MI6-run empty suit (or not even a suit) parroting stock-standard propaganda rhetoric with no mature understanding – no, with no understanding whatsoever – of the forces of geopolitics. As the Russians so eloquently put it (in a phrase that current events are breathing new life into): Англичанка гадит.

  3. Gorbachev started taking down the wall weeks before Reagan made that speech. I remember that speech being a little weird as if Gorbachev took down the wall because Reagan demanded it, it wasn't like that at all. Reagan can't take credit for the fall of the wall because it was already coming down and planned by Gorbachev no matter what.

  4. I used to respect all these news channels in my country Fox News MSNBC you know all this new station you know II remember probably I was a little kid little kid but they used to criticize this leader from the Soviet Union. Now they're coming out and say that they're destroying his legacy what are hypocrisy from my country

  5. He gave up power. Unlike a past American President. Gorbachev was a man of patriotism and principle. Perhaps we (Americans) should put the brakes on Putin. RR was a popular actor and President. Not a god. Not God. Demagogues are bad. ALL of them.

  6. You are an idiot. Spend 5 minutes looking how Nato and the west have broken EVERY agreement made to Gorbachev and the russian people. US and Nato can not be trusted. Putin was warning about this for years and the US and Nato pushed and broke agreements every step of the way. Do a little bit of research.

  7. What do typically expect communist to do? Putin will do ANYTHING to restore the USSR. Much like what we are seeing in the good ol’ USA. Biden destroying EVERYTHING conservation. He aggravating the recession, making America energy dependent, and lying about everything. Democrats are laughing and standing with Biden. They want this mess we’re in.

  8. Destroying Gorbachev's legacy? You mean like Fox News is destroying Reagan's legacy?? The only reason the West likes Gorbachev is because he sold out his country. And that's called treason. And please get rid of that stupid accent or go back to Europe or Australia and sell them that garbage, You weasel!!.

  9. It was definitely an incredible moment in time. However, it wasn't exactly the end of history. Real history is always intriguing. For the moment we're rewriting social and economic history as well as economics textbooks which is really cool. It takes comprehension and wisdom to follow what is really happening.

  10. As a schoolboy when all this was happening, I remember being quite stirred by what was happening, there and in South Africa, and lived a slither of optimism and hope, not something generally in this character. But, as comments below demonstrate, the perception of things is very partial and changes depending on where you're standing. To the West (at least the part that weren't Communist by faith) it was a great moment but to the Russian people it was a blow, a humiliation. Never underestimate how important that is …..

    Today we like to think of peace and democracy as literally sacrosanct, the 'true way' that all must eventually embrace, but it is a very modern delusion and a very Western one as well. All throughout history, right to the modern day, people want 'men of action' not poets and rose growers. Invading another's land is wonderful and makes you feel great by association, even if you personally gain nothing from it. Having more weapons and more powerful weapons that anyone else makes you feel great by association …. Saluting flags makes you feel great and powerful….Being 'strong' and 'feared' make you feel great and secure, even if it is all an illusion.

    ….Yes, it is a passing haze, like drugs or alcohol, and the consequences of having 'your place in the sun' are quickly felt and it is long lasting, but the remedy for the vast majority is to go straight back to the bottle or the spliff and take another hit so you're back in the 'good times'. That is why the people of Russia, China, Iran and other nations follow their current leadership and support them so passionately … the only sin is not war, cruelty, economic injustice or invading sovereign lands but FAILING to achieve those things ….. What is sought after a Kaiser Wilhelm II is not a Weimer prime minister but a Furher … .What is sought after humiliation at the Versailles peace conference is not peacemakers but a Mussolini and an Admiral Tojo.

    …That's just human nature and it's not good waiting for the 'golden day when man learns to finally live in peace with his siblings' because it's never going to happen. The Human being is not built wrong because it is greedy, vain, selfish, limited or capable of hate, anger and childish pettiness …. Those are key elements in it's essential make up.

    But once in a while someone comes up and suggests something different, and though they always inevitably end up dead or humiliated they are, as Steve says, remembered long after the thugs and the strong people have gone and we can say "There might be a different way … Perhaps?"

    Success or failure, RIP Gorbachev.

  11. Gorbachev wanted democracy, rule of law and human rights. Steve Hilton is the wrong person to comment on these issues when he supports Trump's Neo-fascism.

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