Covers of media all over the world: Putin as Hitler, clown or mentally ill

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Covers of media all over the world: Putin as Hitler, clown or mentally ill

Friday, 14 March 2014

Russia’s involvement in the Crimean conflict is reflected on the covers of leading world magazines and newspapers. Russian President Vladimir Putin has become the protagonist of collages.

On the cover of a recent issue of the Polish magazine Newsweek,  Vladimir Putin, under the headline “Empire of Evil”.

“If the world doesn’t stop Putin now, it may be too late.”

On the front page of yesterday’s issue of one of Germany’s most famous magazines, Der Spiegel, Putin is surrounded by Merkel, Cameron, and Obama, who wonder, “Who will stop Putin?”

The cover of the American magazine Time is already known, the latest issue of which has already been announced for March 17.

“The Russian leader seems to be holding all the cards in Crimea. But I still haven’t won. “

Saturday issue of the leading Polish newspaper Gazeta Wyborcza: “Putin. The Soviet man counterattacks. “The subtitle is “Russia is not Putin.”

The Austrian edition of the News portrayed Putin in the image of the clown Joker – the hero of the famous comics about Batman.

Vladimir Putin. The enemy of the world. It’s so dangerous for us. “