Monday, December 29, 2014

What if Putin was the US President?

The world, today, can breathe a sigh of relief from the fact that Vladimir Putin is the President of Russia and not the US. But still the dangers are quite apparent. The world needs a well-planned Disaster Management (or emergency management) to cope with man-made disasters.

F4Fnews has been trying to assess what would have been the world scenario if Valdimir Putin were the president of the United States of America.

Under this initiative, we asked this question to top 10 world leaders to find out the answer to this hypothetical situation. But we received answers from only four of them. These are given below :

  1. Barack Obama : I can't even imagine that Americans can ever elect Putin as their president. But if at all Putin was the US president, I am certain that he got to be a Republican. You see we already have Putin-minded Republican law makers bent upon spoiling America's 21st Century. Read what Andy has written.
  2. Xi Jinping : In that case I would have been the happiest person on earth. Frankly speaking, I would have personally exchanged my position with him. I know for this he would have asked me to deposit not more than $500bn in his Swiss account which was not a problem for me. It would have been a dream come true for me.
  3. Valdimir Putin : WOW! I would have annexed whole of Russian Federation and made it America's 51st State. I would have been everyone's boss. Ha ha ha...
  4. Narendra Modi : भाई देखो हमको तो डेवलपमेंट से मतलब है. पुटिन, जिपिंग आपस में लड़ें या मरें हम क्या कर सकते हैं? लेकिन हम वसुधैव कुटुम्बकम में मानते हैं. अगर चीन, रशिया और अमेरिका के 200 करोड़ लोग चाहेंगे तो में इन तीनों देशों का भी चौकीदार बनने को तैयार हूं. (Listen brother, We are concerned with development. What can we do if Putin and Jinping are fighting? We believe in "World is a family." If 2 billion people of China, Russia and America desire then I am ready to become "security guard" of their countries, too.)

Other leaders whom F4Fnews contacted included : French President François Hollande, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe, David Cameron, the British prime minister and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, among others.

Except above four leaders all other world leaders refused to offer any comment.
Source : Harvard Gazette
The list of top ten leaders for our survey was taken from a research conducted by a Tokyo-based global market research firm - GMO Research - published in the Harvard Gazette on December 17, 2014.

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