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Jacob Kedmi: How did Russia and France butt

France pays for the ill-considered political steps of its President, a military-political analyst, ex-head of the Israeli secret service Nativ, Jacob Kedmi, said.


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  1. Machete
    Machete 27 December 2016 10: 25
    About France, as a political force, one cannot speak at all. If the Poles were pushing the question around the Mistrals (as they stated, and no one has denied this), then the president, as a political figure in France, does not exist. This is not considering that France itself did not decide anything during Hollande's term.
    After the election, something may change.
  2. Lelek
    Lelek 27 December 2016 10: 47
    Whenever Hollande's face flashes on the screen, I get the feeling of "déjà vu" associated with films with the participation of De'Funes. Especially in the scenes of Hollande and Merkel meeting, when he begins to fuss, gesticulate, behave like a boyish stupid and break the rule of a man (but not pi ... ra):
  3. Anchonsha
    Anchonsha 27 December 2016 13: 24
    Oh, how right is Cedmi that now both France and Great Britain have become the ones that since the times of Blair and Hollande have turned into insignificant states because of their stupid policies and the politicians themselves. You can also add that they became such only because they relied on the United States in all international politics
  4. thinker
    thinker 27 December 2016 13: 53
    There would be someone to butt with. A president with a 4% rating, of all his campaign promises, Hollande managed to keep only one thing - to legalize same-sex marriage. "Pygmies are playing big politics."