I just came across an article with a painting depicting Vladimir Putin. He is portrayed carrying the world on his shoulders and a white dove is seen....The white dove is a symbol of peace and of the Holy Spirit.
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In Geneva, the Swiss Peace Activists made a three metre tall statue of President Putin and used it to prop up the world famous, anti-war monument, known as the Broken Chair, seen amongst the country flags at the Place des Nations in Geneva. A New York artist also is showing a collection of Putin inspired designs in New York, to celebrate President Putin's birthday and his work for world peace. In the meantime a German Journalist admits that the CIA is financing the media to highlight USA positive articles (Kirk Nimmo Info Wars).
In this video a message is conveyed "He is a Real Man"
What is that mystifying force that a man is able to resonate with the people and gain respect too. Perhaps the term is known as Integrity, someone who is being true to himself and the people would require this. And someone who does sincerely care about the people gains respect from the people.
In the many different scenarious presented, a man is depicted who will face where some people would fear and challenge where some would run away or send some pawn instead. Vladimir Putin comes across as being very perceptive and if he is sincerely serving Christ too, will be also guided in truth. As an Orthodox Christian there is a responsibility to take care of the people who belong to Christ.
A statement is being made with creative expression. As with the above, people are being inspired and guided to act int he most unexpected way to do what they will and in this case there is a figure made to stand underneath a broken chair seating 'underneath the heavens' in front of the Palace of Nations.
This is a monumental sculpture in wood by the Swiss artist Daniel Berset, constructed by the carpenter Louis Genève. It is constructed of 5.5 tons of wood and is 12 metres (39 feet) high. It depicts a giant chair with a broken leg and stands across the street from the Palace of Nations, in Geneva. It symbolises opposition to land mines and cluster bombs, and acts as a reminder to politicians and others visiting Geneva.
The impression I have of Vladimir Putin, he would stand alone and speak his truth. A man who knows the plans behind closed doors and also sees the wrongs in our world. He cannot correct the past. No one can. He has been shown to be a strong support, symbolically in this monument chair in Geneva.
Peace be with you
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