Trump and Putin “Face Off” Then Become “Trutin”

 July 30, 2018Rollie Quaid 6 Comments

Time magazine’s July edition magazine cover is sure to make some readers do a double-take.

The cover was a photo illustration blending portraits of President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin together into one terrifying entity.

The purpose of the cover is to impress on the viewer that the two world leaders are so linked together that they share a face.

Time cover story says, “A year and a half into his presidency, Trump’s puzzling affinity for Putin has yet to be explained.” To explain that conundrum of “puzzling affinity” Time’s author Brian Bennett decided to merge Trump’s and Putin’s faces into a still image and also a video that “morphs between the shifting appearances of the two world leaders.”

The publication comes amidst numerous allegations that the two presidents have some kind of conspiratorial relationship, and the image strongly insinuates it and impresses it upon the reader’s subconscious mind.

This image is a textbook example of how the media attempts to subvert and influence, without ever saying that Trump and Putin are in a conspiratorial relationship called the New World Order, with the goal to create  aone world government with the NWO gang or the “Tribe” in total control of all human activity and world resources.

Every nation since the defeat of Germany in WW2, has had to choose between siding with US and Russia, while both nations have been colluding since even before FDR and are very much teammates, but some of the small nations (expect Israel of course) are left out the loop.

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Time Magazine said that the July cover illustration by visual artist Nancy Burson, that it features the two presidenting morphing into one, is meant to “represent this particular moment in U.S. foreign policy.”

The image is similar to a mashup, which a person can personally make on their smart phone with a App like Snapchat face swap.

Watch Trump and Putin visually morph into a single person by the Jewish alchemists.

Trump’s characteristics were artistically featured along with Putin, no doubt about it.

Trump’s whispy blonde comb-over, which is a perfect golden ratio, goes on Putin’s bald scalp quite well.

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Unfortunately Trump’s distinctive pursed Toad/Pepe the frogs lip were missing.

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Trump’s raised eyebrows are not a feature of Pepe or Putin, but were represented well on the cover with Putin’s steely blue eyes and cool expression.

Now the Daily Dot has a question for you,

Is Putin a shapeshifter who ran as Trump and is now in charge of the American government?? Or is Trump an animorph who has been secretly running Russia this whole time??

The answer was “who the hell knows!..” But it’s a freaky/ creepy image that will haunt Twitter users and magazine readers for years to come.

This is the second month in a row Time magazine has put a provocative photo illustration of President Donald Trump on its cover. The last shows the towering figure of Trump looming over a sobbing child.

July 2, 2018, cover of Time magazine. The photograph taken by Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer John Moore.

The crying toddler with a headline “Welcome to America” generated controversy as well, especially after it was revealed that the 2-year-old Honduran girl had not been separated from her mother at the border, after all that valuable emotion was wasted by a nonexistent story. Thank you, MSM!

January’s issue after Trump’s first year in office featured a drawing of Trump with his hair on fire, signifying that Trump presidency is a dumpster fire, which I happen to agree with.

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The striking July 30th cover was released days after Trump sided with Putin over the U.S. intelligence apparatus concerning Russian election interference at a recent summit in Helsinki, Finland.

The Trump-Putin summit was held on July 16th, which was a joint press conference after a one-on-one meeting with both presidents.

The summit itself came days after special counsel Robert Mueller indicted 12 Russian intelligence officers for allegedly hacking Democratic servers during the 2016 campaign.

Business insider:

The accompanying cover story by Brian Bennett, titled, “Trump Wanted a Summit With Putin. He Got Way More Than He Bargained For,” explores what Bennett calls Trump’s “baffling” defense of Russia and friendliness toward Putin at the expense of America’s NATO allies and the US’s own intelligence community.

..(Trump)..remarks drew strong rebukes from his own party, and led many national security and intelligence experts to warn that Trump’s behavior appeared similar to that of a “controlled spy.”

Trump said going in that he had “low expectations” for the meeting, but he was under pressure by not only Democrats but Republicans to confront Putin over alleged interference by Moscow in the 2016 presidential election.

U.S. President Donald Trump, left, listens to Russian President Vladimir Putin during a press conference after their meeting at the Presidential Palace in Helsinki, Finland, Monday, July 16, 2018. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)
U.S. President Donald Trump, left, listens to Russian President Vladimir Putin during a press conference after their meeting at the Presidential Palace in Helsinki, Finland, Monday, July 16, 2018. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)

Putin seeming to rip his facial skin in the image above reminds me of Nicholas Cage in the film “Face/Off…” “I’d Like to Take his Face… OFF.”

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The fatal attraction of love and hate between the two men seems to be a formula one action movie. There is definitely a weird symbiotic relationship between the two men.

After the trip, Trump sought to play up the potential for cooperation between US and Russia, amid a loud chorus from criticism from Democrats and Republicans alike for his performance at the meeting, for not publicly condemning Putin for alleged election meddling, and not trutsting the “ever most truthful” US intelligence reports that the election was meddled with by Russia.

Trump also declared the summit with the Russian president a “success” and that Trump is looking forward to a second meeting.

Trump at the summit had mentioned that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 campaign was “a disaster for our country,” while also saying that it had negatively impacted US-Russia relations.

Funny how Israel’s security as top US-Russian priority, which Trump and Putin both mentioned, did not become a scandal or a subject of praise. It’s one of those subjects that it is a given that US and Russian politicians are both Israel-Firsters.

Thus, there is no cause for alarm or praise for Trump or Putin because Worship of Israel is not an option, it’s deemed mandatory by the current Wise Learned Elders of Zion.

When Trump was asked who he believes, his own people or the Russian president, when it comes to the reports of Russian interference, Trump said..

I have great confidence in my intelligence people, but I will tell you that President Putin was extremely strong and powerful in his denial today.”

At the Presidential Palace in Helsinki after their summit, Trump addressed a joint press conference with his Russian counterpart, wherein he said that there was “zero collusion” and that he ran a “clean campaign.”

The collusion of “Never Trumpers” called Trump “treasonous,” “shameful,” and “weak” for not denouncing Putin for alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.

Former Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said that Trump had “failed America today.”

Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper branded the news conference as “truly unbelievable.”

Former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Director John Brennan called Trump’s comments as “nothing short of treasonous.”

Since Trump came back to the US from Finland, the president has backpedaled from his statement that there was “zero collusion” to now he did believe that Russia is guilty for meddling in 2016 election.

Trump said that he misspoke and that he did accept the agencies’ conclusions. He claimed to hold Putin personally responsible for the election meddling.

“I accept the findings of the intelligence agencies that Russian interference took place in the elections,” Trump said Tuesday July 17th, one day after his earlier statements.

It took Trump 24 hours to say he does not believe the assessment of government intelligence agencies to take a U-Turn and take it all at face value.

“The sentence should have been, ‘I don’t see any reason why I wouldn’t, or why it wouldn’t be Russia” instead of “why it would,” Trump said, reading from prepared remarks by his handlers.

By Wednesday, Trump in an interview with CBS News, he returned to the topic that made him “deserve” the cover of Time and affirmed that he considers that Putin is responsible for the alleged Russian interference in the presidential elections, “because he is in charge of the country.”

“I was very firm in saying that we cannot have interference, we can not have any of this,” he said in the interview. “I let him know that we can not accept this, that we will not accept it, and that this is the way things will be,” he added.

By Thursday (July 19th),  Trump asked his National Security Adviser John Bolton to invite Putin to Washington this fall for what would be the second summit between the two presidents.

It is not known if Putin will accept the invitation to visit the US capital.

RT reported July 19, 2018.

..German news magazine ‘Der Spiegel’ did the identical thing last year by morphing the two men on its cover page. The aesthetic was less psycho warfare horror movie, and more Soviet schtick.”

RT reported July 19, 2018:

Der Spiegel’s headline was at least more transparent in what it was trying to say ‘The double regent: how much Putin is in Trump?’ Time’s simple ‘The Summit Crisis’ is short and ambiguous enough that the reader has more time to let the hidden meaning of the image settle in.

Has it worked?  You only have to look on Twitter to see the words people are using to describe the front page: “Creepy,” “nightmare,” “scary” and “chilling.” Time magazine: mission accomplished.

Nancy Burson is the artist who merged the faces of Trump and Putin.

CNN:

Over three decades ago, Burson, featured in TIME’s 100 Photographs, which documented the most influential photographs of all time, began her pioneering photographic work with MIT scientists, leading to the development of computer-generated compositing technology. “I wanted to create answers to unasked questions,” says Burson, about the origins of her artistic process, “like what would it look like if you put six men and six women together?”

Androgyny (6 Men + 6 Women), 1982
Androgyny (6 Men + 6 Women), 1982

Burson can put in multipe faces into one! Why not add this handsome devil (Bibi) for accuracy’s sake.

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She developed techniques to age faces, which is used by the FBI to find missing children.

The November 2, 1985, cover featuring Burson's altered image of Etan Patz.

The most famous example of her work is she created the aged image of kidnapped 6-year-old Etan Patz that appeared on the front page of the New York Post back in 1985.

The Artist that designed the Putin-Trump face merger has worked with the FBI and CIA-controlled MIT.

I do agree that Trump is manipulated by the deep state and has been even before he was laundering money for them for Black Op missions. Follow directions Donnie or Get draped in an orange jumpsuit by Mueller after his investigation.

This is how the summit should’ve ended.
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