Attractive (personality-wise) Boris Nemtsov and Unattractive (personality-wise) Vladimir Yeltsin
In the War of Freedom, Vladimir Putin is not on our side. That is not to say, of course, that freedom-loving Russians, such as (the now murdered) Boris Nemtsov are not on freedom's side. They are more on the side of freedom than the pissy - excuse the language - so-called conservatives in the West who apologise for KGB-man Vladimir Putin as a defender of Western civilisation. Big bloody joke! Here are a couple of articles I have written on KGB-man Putin: http://quadrant.org.au/magazine/2014/06/looming-prospect-second-cold-war/ and http://quadrant.org.au/magazine/2012/06/deluded-tyrant-in-the-kremlin/
And here, courtesy of the BBC, is the latest chapter in the homicidal life and times of KGB-man Vladimir Putin, a very short and unattractive (personality-wise) character who reminds me more of Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdogan with every passing day: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-31669061 If only the the civilised world knew how to "nip in the bud" the evil machinations of unloved, provincial, anti-Semitic, introverted, diminutive, furtive-but-unintelligent, personality-challenged, uncomfortable-with-women, unattractive (personality-wise only, please) fellows, what a lot of bother we could avoid. At any rate, I now chose to refer to myself as a freedomist rather than conservative. Cheers!