Putin Uses Characters From Rudyard Kipling "Jungle Book"
22 April 2021
Putin Uses Characters From Rudyard Kipling "Jungle Book" During Speech -- Sends Signals of His Intention to "Swarm" Russia's enemies to send them fleeing, and KILL one in particular . .
In his annual state of the nation address to both houses of parliament, Russian President Vladimir Putin compared those who are harming Russia, to the jackal, Tabaqui, from Rudyard Kipling's "The Jungle Book."
"There are all kinds of little Tabaqui's hanging around Shere Khan, howling to appease their sovereign," Putin said.
This was a HIGHLY UNUSUAL thing for a sitting Head-of-State to say in a major public speech. While most people shrugged it off, Intelligence Communities worldwide, did not.