On President Putin’s Interview With Tucker Carlson
By Cynthia Chung
Something somewhat historical happened just two days ago, though it is unclear how many Americans will understand its significance.
[Matthias Chang’s comments: Likewise, how many Malaysians would understand and bothered to research.]
Tucker Carlson travelled to Moscow for a 2 hour, unedited, unfiltered, interview with President Putin. This is already unprecedented.
It is unprecedented in that several million Americans will be actually listening to President Putin expressing his thoughts (not to mention several millions more of the western world).
Let us be honest with ourselves here, most Americans have not actually heard President Putin speak a full thought. Rather the internet is bombarded with diluted and villainized impressions – with no shortage of unflattering photos taken of him in mid-speech …. to serve as some sort of replacement for actually listening to what he has to say.
The majority of Americans have a bit of a bad habit of desiring to make quick judgements and impressions of things without taking too much time to understand what it is they are looking at.
[Matthias Chang’s comments: same with Malaysians whose attention span is less than 5 minutes].
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