What Would Putin Do With a Gay Man in Shower?

Laura Christensen
June 8, 2017

Russian President Vladimir Putin revealed during his last interview with U.S. director Oliver Stone that a nuclear war between the United States and Russia will destroy everything. Stone asked the Russian President to which Putin replied, "I don't think anyone would survive such a conflict", Putin replied.Putin then proves he has the pulse on Russia's military strategy and tactics.

He also compared Russian Federation to some Islamic states, saying gay people faced the death penalty there. One particular exchange stands out when Putin was asked about showering next to a gay man in a submarine.

'Presidents come and go, and even the parties in power change, but the main political direction does not change, ' Putin said. "There are certain natural cycles which men probably have as well, just less manifested".

The Russian president was speaking to Oliver Stone, an Oscar-winning film director who enjoyed extensive, rare access to the elusive leader between July 2015 and February 2017.

In parts of the documentary released in advance, Stone appears to offer a comfortable forum to Putin, whose critics accused him of steadily curtailing civic freedoms, prosecuting political opponents, and cronyism that has enriched his friends, family, and associates. Putin said that gays had not been oppressed.

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It was not immediately clear how Putin answered, though he has repeatedly denied the accusation. He explained that he never has an off day as President because he's a man.

Back in 2014, in an interview with Radio Europe 1, Putin had a rather archaic reason for avoiding a debate with Hillary Clinton, Time reported.

Yesterday we told how Putin mocked the FBI investigation and peddled a JFK conspiracy theory in a separate interview.

Putin's comments are likely to provoke a strong reaction from the American media. Nor did he transfer any information to any other country which would have been pernicious to his own country or to his own people.

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