The point is +- the same as in #171.
I'm not preaching about some "knowledge", I was talking about your lack of knowledge which doesn't allow you to see "bigger picture" and understand "cause and consequence" connections. I already said above, you should always STUDY both sides (there are more than 2 sides though), make deep research. It's really hard work, sometimes it takes years. And, what is most important, it requires you to be able to perceive new information. For example, I can send you some materials, but are you able to learn it no matter how personally uncomfortable it's for you? I'm pretty sure you will read few pages and say "nah, this is all bullshit, I'm not gonna continue".
My thinking pattern has nothing to do with what you said, and if you think so, it only says a lot about YOUR thinking pattern. You don't even know me, you don't know anything about me, yet you already made an opinion about me and my thinking pattern based on few comments. Funny.
> who knows, he might be a great guy, just being blackmailed by reptiloids, you never know, do ya?
Well, yes, I know the answer to this question.
> but as for what I see in every day life and I see the laws he puts his signautre on, I make my own conclusions.
Sure, but you still see it from "Putin is bad guy" perspective. About laws -- do you know who makes it, why they make it, does Putin agree with it or he has no choice and should sign it, if so then why he should sign it? Even if you had very good knowledge on this topic and everything else, there is still a lot of insufficient information which we probably will never know, so perhaps everything is a bit more complicated than it seems, huh?