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Project "ZZ". America will no longer humiliate Russia

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Rex Tillerson paid for reckless remarks about Russia. Secretary of State Tillerson found Russia guilty of the poisoning of Sergei Skripal in the UK, and President Trump did not find it. As a result, Tillerson deals with Mr. Pompeo, and experts write that it is time to move from insults and threats to Washington to cooperate with the Russians.



Mr. Tillerson, come on, bye!


A few hours ago, US President D. Trump announced his decision: Rex Tillerson will be dismissed as Secretary of State. To hide the reason for the decision, Trump did not: he explicitly announced that he (Trump) had "disagreements" with Mr. Tillerson on his way of thinking.

Observers and analysts in the United States immediately clung to the connection between the statement of Tillerson about S. Skrypall's poisoning in Salisbury (United Kingdom), which Moscow allegedly stands for, and the current decision of President Trump.

Recall, on the eve of the State Department in the face of its chief officially agreed with the British government and the parliament, opposed to Russia. The Department of State considered that the Kremlin was probably responsible for the poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter. About "full confidence" in this, but without any evidence, the head of the State Department Rex Tillerson said through the website of his department: “The United States was in contact with our allies in the United Kingdom ... We have full confidence in the UK investigation and its assessment that Russia is probably responsible for the nerve attack that occurred in Salisbury last week. Such attacks - assassination attempts on a private citizen on the land of a sovereign nation - have never been justified, and we are outraged that Russia seems to be doing it again ... ”

Despite the “likely” and “similar”, the statement turned out to be very tough and, in fact, unambiguous.

The candidate for the post of state secretary has already been designated: this is Mike Pompeo, who previously headed the CIA. The candidate must still approve the Senate.

Tillerson’s resignation is scheduled for March 31, which Tillerson himself kindly told the press and State Department staff.

Jonathan Chate at "New York Magazine" in connection with Tillerson’s imminent resignation, he ironically compares the fact that the Secretary of State’s statement was harsh with Trump’s decision: “Trump denies Russia’s guilt in the murder [sic]: Murder. - O. Ch.]. Tillerson recognizes her. And he is fired. Hm! ”

The reason for the resignation of the Secretary of State is that Tillerson "clearly called Russia the culprit for the murder of Sergei Skripal in the United Kingdom, and Donald Trump did not do that."

In addition, the White House press secretary Sarah Sanders on Tuesday condemned the poisoning as a "reckless" and "outrageous" act, but repeatedly refused to approve the withdrawal of the British government that Russia was behind this. She said that Washington is ready to support Britain, to help her, but did not recognize the culprit of the incident with the poisoning of Moscow.

But Rex Tillerson unambiguously made it clear that the attempt was “obviously” made by the Russians. And the next day, in the morning, Trump had already sent Tillerson to resign "without any prior notification," writes the journalist. After that, Trump "briefly appeared on the lawn of the White House," where he was caught up with the press. When asked about the Violin poisoning, he replied: "We will condemn Russia or that ... whoever it is."

Whoever it is? No, this is almost a coincidence: the dismissal of Secretary of State Chate finds it associated with a sharp statement of that. At the same time, Chate is surprised: what kind of “innocent” explanation can the Trump administration give to Skripl if he was “the closest ally of [the US] in whose territory the murder occurred, clearly indicated who committed it?”


No, there are no Russians there!


Some experts spoke very timely about the necessary changes. From insults to Moscow, it’s time for Washington to move on to cooperation.

Peter N. Loukianoff (Peter N. Loukianoff) in the publication discusses this topic. "Russia Insider".

P. Lukyanov is an American entrepreneur, an investor with more than 20 years of experience in Russian-American enterprises, a publicist, author of materials about Russia and the USSR.

It is time for Americans to recognize: the time has come for “pragmatic cooperation with Russia,” Lukyanoff believes.

Despite the long-term collapse of communism in Russia and the independence of Russia, many in Washington still cannot imagine “productive relations” with the Russians. But before 1917, Russia was the only major power in the world with which the United States "had neither wars nor serious diplomatic disputes," reminds the expert. The Russians even supported and defended America during difficult periods: the American Revolution and the Civil War. And President Jefferson once said that Russia is the “force on the Earth” most friendly to Americans.

And today one people blames the other people for interfering. But shouldn't the United States look for ways to have good relations with Russia, shouldn't the Americans do it “for the sake of America’s national interests”? But the opposite is being done: the endless repetition of sanctions has forced Russia to move closer not with the United States, but with China. Chances of confrontation are growing - political, economic, nuclear and others.

But the Russians have already done to the Americans, and more than once, proposals for partnerships - in business, and in the fight against terrorism, and in European security.

Now the United States is compelled to restore mutual respect and try to interest Moscow "with its proposals." Why? Because история and pragmatism show: constructive cooperation with Russia is in the interests of America!

Lukyanoff proposes that Washington "clear itself" of "prejudice towards Moscow."

The time has come, the expert believes, to shift the emphasis of US foreign policy - to move away from the concept of the Cold War, from the very old-fashioned notions of a long time ago and “rethink business relations with Russia.”

Lukyanoff recalls that Russia has repeatedly tried to get close to the United States. In the 2000 year, in his first year in office, President Putin even offered to join Russia to NATO. After the September 11 tragedy, Putin became the first world leader to offer condolences to President Bush. He even contacted the leaders of the Central Asian countries to allow American troops to use the military bases of the former Soviet Union. Putin provided intelligence by supporting the American war in Afghanistan. Such actions would be unimaginable during the Cold War.

In 2007, Putin proposed a compromise on joint missile defense to Washington. After being elected in 2008, President Medvedev suggested working together a few key initiatives. In turn, President Obama came up with the idea of ​​a "reset". Be that as it may, but the proposals of Russia were not perceived by America sincerely.

According to the expert, Washington should recognize the gestures of the goodwill of Moscow. After all, these political gestures were "a sure sign of Russia's sincere desire to cooperate with the United States," while avoiding the "Soviet ideological paradigms." Russia's efforts were to lead to a strategic partnership with the United States. But Washington “failed to seize the opportunity,” the author notes bitterly. Instead, he “continued to treat Russia like the USSR” (“America’s geopolitical enemy number one”). , The inability to distinguish Russia from the Soviet Union poisons the relations of the two states to this day, the author sums up. The US media draws Russia "the enemy and the aggressor."

The sanctions that the Americans prescribed for the Russians are “doomed to failure,” the expert further notes. Pragmatic collaboration would probably be “more productive,” he ironically. America should not live the habits of the cold war. She must restore confidence through updating the staff of diplomats and politicians. These people should strive to prioritize trade, not conflict. These people should know Russian. This approach will work. This is clear, because many Americans who work in modern Russia are “pleasantly surprised”, revealing discrepancies in comparison with stereotypes.

The United States should think about this and recognize the benefits from the great potential of constructive relations with Russia - the very country that has been one of the strongest American allies for almost a hundred and fifty years.

* * *


The resignation of Mr. Tillerson, who by the very “habit” that Lukyanoff sarcastically spoke of, accused Moscow of Slippery poisoning, shows that the degree of Russophobia in Washington can still be reduced. It is not excluded that congress hawks will now once again put a broken record with the single “Trump - an agent of the Kremlin”, but Trump is unlikely to cancel his decision. And the future Secretary of State, M. Pompeo, if only he is approved, is unlikely to cut himself off his shoulders in his statements, scattering unsubstantiated accusations for Russia.

In addition, as the same Mr. Lukyanoff rightly says, Americans, first of all politicians, should learn: Russia is not the Soviet Union at all. Economically, it is much weaker, and technologically it is much lower than the United States. Developed socialism in the country and does not smell - the Russians have long been accustomed to the twists of capitalism and the market. There are no reasons for the confrontation between the two political systems. The thinking in the spirit of the Cold War, characteristic, for example, for ancient Senator McCain and his associates, became outdated at the end of the 1980s. Politics is a dirty business, but it seems to cleanse itself when politicians find compromises and take the planet away from total nuclear war. Or when terrorism is victorious.

Hardly, of course, Mr. Trump, who takes the militarist Reagan as a model, will cause the two states to come together. It remains to hope that he will not spoil the relationship even more, and his successor will be more to the world than to militarization and the arms race.
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  1. antiexpert
    antiexpert 14 March 2018 09: 54
    +11
    Purely like Gorbachev and Yeltsin, layoffs and rearrangements began, perestroika in the USA is in full swing!
    1. siberalt
      siberalt 14 March 2018 12: 31
      +4
      Lavrov fired Tillerson, well done! And what to do with him if he wants something, but does not say anything?winked
      1. sgazeev
        sgazeev 29 March 2018 10: 06
        0
        Quote: siberalt
        Lavrov fired Tillerson, well done! And what to do with him if he wants something, but does not say anything?winked

        The dog is no longer shaking hands in Russia. VVP will not even let him get close.
    2. dSK
      dSK 14 March 2018 13: 25
      +2
      Quote: antiexpert
      US restructuring is in full swing!

      These are still flowers, berries will ripen by the end of the year: Back to 2008: Experts warned about a new round of global crisis. Analysts Bianco Research and Financial Times drew attention to the deterioration of the real state of the world economy, fixation on inflation and stock growth, while other key indicators are declining, which will inevitably lead to a new global crisis. According to analysts, the impending economic collapse is evidenced by at least the fact that mortgages are provided for borrowers with a low level of creditworthiness. These and similar indicators, as in 2008 in the USA, can “inflate a new bubble” and cause fever in the global economy. (TV "Tsargrad" 12: 38., 13.03.18/XNUMX/XNUMX.) Bankruptcy in 2008 of a mortgage corporation Freddie mac in the States brought down markets below the plinth. Megacrisis Cycles: 1998 - 2008 - 2018??
      1. For example
        For example 14 March 2018 17: 09
        +4
        Quote: dsk
        These are still flowers, berries will ripen by the end of the year:

        Yes, it's all garbage, after 50 years we will all die !!! wassat
        So, you need to collect berries at the end of the year. While there is such an opportunity.
        And all live a hundred years! Health and more humor. Laughter prolongs life and kills enemies.
        1. your1970
          your1970 14 March 2018 19: 36
          +3
          but I liked it - after Snowden’s info and Amnesty International’s report (with this lousy wool block !!) the new CIA director is not allowed to travel abroad - they marked her for human rights violations in secret prisons .How they will get out of this - it is not clear
        2. dSK
          dSK 14 March 2018 22: 43
          +2
          Quote: For example
          Laughter prolongs life

          That's for sure! "Shifted - flour will be." Neither in Europe nor in the States is there a "new" Hitler. They want to take it “in a consternation,” they expect that like Gorbachev’s knees will tremble. But this "number" will not work now.
    3. serge dill
      serge dill 16 March 2018 05: 24
      0
      You still say that America will fall apart, ha ha ha .......
      1. LIP
        LIP 17 March 2018 15: 08
        +1
        America will soon "paragraph"! What does it have to do with it. This country is beginning to devour itself. Its world domination ends. And at her own expense she does not know how to live.
      2. corporatex
        corporatex 20 March 2018 20: 03
        0
        Flow around the flyers, nice to see your whine
  2. 210ox
    210ox 14 March 2018 09: 55
    +1
    From the change of places of the terms the sum does not change .. And by the way, what is this important nonsense, that the light has wedged on it? Skripal? An ordinary traitor, on whom the rope is crying. About pragmatism. With our hands we need to be very careful about such proposals. They already were .. Starting somewhere in 1985. We know what this led to.
  3. mavrus
    mavrus 14 March 2018 10: 10
    +2
    Quote: 210ox
    From the change of places of the terms the sum does not change .. And by the way, what is this important nonsense, that the light has wedged on it? Skripal? An ordinary traitor, on whom the rope is crying. About pragmatism. With our hands we need to be very careful about such proposals. They already were .. Starting somewhere in 1985. We know what this led to.

    Skripal idiot. Seeing that two dozen “former Russians” had already been soaked in England, I thought that he would carry it. Hochma is that our media are urging "our" traitors to flee from England to Spain or Switzerland, where for some reason no one kills them at all.
    1. cats
      cats 14 March 2018 10: 39
      +3
      Quote: mavrus
      Seeing that two dozen have been soaked in England

      So not without reason to see Titov's rats sent to Putin.
      The dough was enough to cut the mind, but the smell of fried does not reach.
      1. jjj
        jjj 14 March 2018 12: 24
        +6
        If we take into account that this poisoned character was recruited by the person who submitted the “documents” about Trump’s “recruitment” in Moscow, then we can conclude that the source of information on Trump’s recruitment was Skripal. Stripping ends. And it is clear that not from the Russian side.
        And along the way, a huge priest is unfolding in the West, since such a booze started
  4. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 14 March 2018 10: 37
    +6
    Washington should move from insults and threats to cooperation with Russians
    It's time, but not likely. The flywheel is already so untwisted that the inertia is enough for a few more years, and this is if you do not unwind further.
    1. CHARM
      CHARM 14 March 2018 14: 17
      +2
      Quote: rotmistr60
      It's time, but not likely.

      I don’t think ... Putin showed a big masculine fist under the nose of the United States and the latter did not like it. But at the moment, the Americans are not able to parry this move somehow. Therefore, we have to agree. I think that first of all we will see the first changes in the CIS. I won’t be surprised if the same regime of Poroshenko is skillfully merged, and the Balts suddenly want to be friends with us. But let's see. We live in an interesting time.
      1. Korax71
        Korax71 14 March 2018 20: 52
        +1
        This fist of 100 senators was noticed only by 4 who called for the beginning of a dialogue with Russia. You should not feed yourself with illusions.
  5. Ascetic
    Ascetic 14 March 2018 10: 37
    +16
    Americans, first of all politicians, should have learned: Russia is not the Soviet Union at all. Economically, it is much weaker, and technologically it is much lower than the United States. It does not smell like developed socialism in the country - Russians have long been accustomed to the tricks of capitalism and the market. There are no reasons for the confrontation between the two political systems. Thinking in the spirit of the Cold War, characteristic, for example, of the ancient Senator McCain and his associates, became obsolete back in the late 1980s.

    This is true, in Russia, the liberal market economy created by the same American advisers for the third world countries, we do not refuse to sell gas and oil for dollars like Hussein, we do not introduce a gold ruble like Gaddafi, we participate in the WTO, we store almost 60% of gold reserves in American treasuries , we export capital abroad, do not hang compradors on poles and do not pus the Russophobic, conscientious liberal community and other national traitors in the camps .... so what do they want from us? What are you dissatisfied with?
    And they are dissatisfied with the fact that the defeated Russia under Putin suddenly began to raise its head and demand its rightful place under the sun as a superpower ... it means the matter is not in the economic and political system but only in the Putin regime, then by any means it is necessary to remove him from power and to put anyone else who like Gorbachev or Yeltsin will look into their mouths and do not demand sovereignty and national interests ... and then there will be order in the conservatory, the main thing is to remove the conductor, and the orchestra will play the necessary music again
    1. Cube123
      Cube123 14 March 2018 13: 06
      0
      Quote: Ascetic
      Almost 60% of gold and foreign currency reserves are stored in American Treasuries

      This is not true. According to the latter: "REVIEW OF THE BANK OF RUSSIA'S ACTIVITIES FOR MANAGING ASSETS IN FOREIGN CURRENCIES AND GOLD" http://www.cbr.ru/publ/Obzor/2018-01_res.pdf
      asset geography is as follows
    2. businessv
      businessv 14 March 2018 21: 27
      +1
      Quote: Ascetic
      who like Gorbachev or Yeltsin will look into their mouths and not demand sovereignty and national interests ...

      These two did not look in the mouth, but mainly in the place that they licked, having previously placed the interests of Russia in it!
  6. dog breeder
    dog breeder 14 March 2018 10: 38
    +4
    Do not flatter yourself! Trump and Tillerson diverged in approach to Iran! Skripal has nothing to do with it!
  7. KVU-NSVD
    KVU-NSVD 14 March 2018 10: 43
    +7
    And here is the dismissal of the Secretary of State and poisoning with the planned hysteria? Attraction of wet to sour .. Tillerson was fired, and Pompeo was appointed because of their different approaches to the Iranian problem - Pompeo is more uncompromising in this matter than his predecessor and is more in line with the views of Trump's changeable tyrant at the moment. And in relations with us nothing will change for a long time, certainly on the main issues ... Have you noticed that along with the Americans who blame us for all our sins, we fall on the same plane and look for a connection with our relationships in all their movements? , and accordingly also dumber in assessments ....
    1. Monster_Fat
      Monster_Fat 14 March 2018 11: 08
      +4
      In US politics, nothing will ever change in relation to Russia. Russia must obey the "world community" and behave within the economic and political framework prescribed to it, that is, in the economy it should be a "gas station" -pository with resources, and politics should follow in the wake of the "right policy" defined in Washington, in terms of weapons-nuclear status. It is curious that, in principle, such a situation in Russia would suit most of its population (hard-working engineers, by and large, no matter who they work for: Deripaska or Uncle Sam, the American-European labor code or the Russian one, to get paid in rubles or dollars , or the euro), but the oligarchs do not care at all - they will be squeezed out of the markets and destroyed in the way their capital is never recognized as legal, earned according to the "world rules" - they have already put a final black mark in the middle of 2000- x Thus, oddly enough, but it is the Russian oligarchs from the "inner circle" who will fight to the last, upholding the notorious "special development path" for Russia-inciting the people to "patriotism" by all available methods.
      1. KVU-NSVD
        KVU-NSVD 14 March 2018 11: 19
        +19
        (by and large, the engineer engineers, it doesn’t matter who they work for: Deripaska or Uncle Sam, the American or European labor code or the Russian one, to get paid in rubles, or dollars, or euros), and
        Do not equal on your own. I don’t care ... Your words smack of excuse for the idea of ​​"soft occupation" when you have bread and butter for loyalty to the occupier. And do not turn my previous comment upside down. Something like you, something divorced lately, more tolerant, ready to give up the interests of the country for the sake of imaginary "integration", "values" and other "lace shorts". I personally live under the control of overseas uncle reluctance ...
        1. Monster_Fat
          Monster_Fat 14 March 2018 11: 36
          +4
          So you, in fact, live “under the control of the overseas uncle” with one difference — domestic laws, legal regulations that do not apply to you in the country of the “overseas uncle” —you live according to the internal rules-laws invented by your oligarchs, which are beneficial for their enrichment and only the interests of the people in these rules, laws are not taken into account. Read about Russian sovereignty here: https://dimchenir.livejournal.com/1772.html
          1. KVU-NSVD
            KVU-NSVD 14 March 2018 11: 40
            +16
            Oh, well, just do not blah blah blah. You can give a bunch of links and everywhere you logically write anything ..
            So you, in fact, live "under the control of the overseas uncle"
            Your feedback is very valuable to us .. laughing
            1. Cube123
              Cube123 14 March 2018 13: 21
              +10
              Quote: KVU-NSVD
              Oh, well, just do not blah blah blah. You can give a bunch of links and everywhere you logically write anything ..
              So you, in fact, live "under the control of the overseas uncle"
              Your feedback is very valuable to us .. laughing

              Plusanul!
              A man becomes a SLAVE only from the moment when he himself will believe it.
              1. businessv
                businessv 14 March 2018 21: 36
                +3
                Quote: Cube123
                A man becomes a SLAVE only from the moment when he himself will believe it.

                I agree, friends, but if you aren’t in the know, then our commander-in-chief during his leadership has already made a couple of times proposals to change these (regarding the Central Bank -
                for sure) articles of the Constitution, but it was rolled by the Duma! Strange, really ?!
      2. stivev
        stivev 14 March 2018 12: 54
        +6
        Quote: Monster_Fat
        . It is curious that, in principle, such a situation in Russia would suit most of its population (hard-working engineers, by and large, no matter who they work for: Deripaska or Uncle Sam, the American-European labor code or the Russian one, to get paid in rubles or dollars , or euros)

        You should be careful in your judgments about hardworking engineers. Speak only for yourself
      3. Golovan Jack
        Golovan Jack 14 March 2018 13: 01
        +8
        "Monster" skips at times.
        He is fat, and therefore heavy ... inertia request
        1. Monster_Fat
          Monster_Fat 14 March 2018 17: 24
          +2
          Yes does not bring me down. I just have something to compare with, unlike most of those present here. As if I could see the "front line" on both sides, not all of course (I’m not a big shot), from my own trench, but still ...
          1. meandr51
            meandr51 14 March 2018 19: 43
            0
            Nothing, Status-6 equalizes everyone ...
          2. Lebedev
            Lebedev 15 March 2018 09: 12
            +2
            There is some truth in your reasoning ... Unfortunately
        2. Alber
          Alber 14 March 2018 20: 50
          +1
          Quote: Golovan Jack
          "Monster" skips at times.
          He is fat, and therefore heavy ... inertia request

          Yes, you are like two bros) are similar to something ..
          1. Golovan Jack
            Golovan Jack 14 March 2018 20: 56
            +5
            Quote: Alber
            Yes, you are like two bros) are similar to something ..

            If you're talking about a dog, then he’s completely in shape.
            I also yes
      4. dauria
        dauria 14 March 2018 15: 48
        +7
        (hard-working engineers, by and large, no matter who they work for: Deripaska or Uncle Sam


        Yes Yes. It’s wonderful now especially for Libyan, Iraqi, Afghan doctors, engineers and other people - a 5-hour working day, an American health insurance and Pepsi-Cola are free ... The Russians are used to letting fertilizers from the time of the Horde, Napoleon and Fuhrer (by the way , and we have American carcasses from the time of intervention). Barbarians are what we take.
      5. germs
        germs 15 March 2018 10: 18
        +1
        Quote: Monster_Fat
        such a situation in Russia would suit most of its population (by and large, hard-working engineers, it doesn’t matter who they work for: Deripaska or Uncle Sam, the American-European labor code or the Russian one, to get paid in rubles, or dollars, or euros)

        You, a young man, apparently do not know how our citizens are able to consolidate when there is a danger to our statehood and sovereignty. Our people are ready to work for their economy and defense both for 16 hours a day and for bread cards, but if they work for Uncle Sam, then many will fall for the partisans, and who will remain, then there will be no way to plow on wear. So there is a difference between us for whom to work, unlike you are "exceptional", you do not know us well.
      6. LIP
        LIP 17 March 2018 15: 28
        0
        Dust swallow !!!
    2. Mestny
      Mestny 14 March 2018 11: 57
      -1
      Who are "we?
      The article is about Western experts and the media, which connected these two events.
  8. shinobi
    shinobi 14 March 2018 11: 28
    0
    Trump removed Tillerson for the fact that he began to talk a lot of superfluous on his behalf. Such a boss will not tolerate. The case with the Britons is the fifth and not the main thing.
    1. BecmepH
      BecmepH 15 March 2018 06: 37
      0
      Quote: shinobi
      Trump removed Tillerson for the fact that he began to talk a lot of superfluous on his behalf. Such a boss will not tolerate. The case with the Britons is the fifth and not the main thing.

      But what about the GDP? How does he endure Peskov, who sometimes "carries a blizzard"?
  9. Mikhail Ivanov_3
    Mikhail Ivanov_3 14 March 2018 11: 44
    0
    Blessed is he who believes ...
  10. watchmaker
    watchmaker 14 March 2018 13: 11
    0
    [/ quote] Some experts spoke in a timely manner on the topic of necessary changes. It would be time for Washington to move from insults to Moscow to cooperation. [Quote]

    I wonder, why would it?
  11. nnz226
    nnz226 14 March 2018 13: 21
    0
    The article is somehow “out of arc”: the media interpret Tillerson’s resignation precisely because he was “soft” towards Russia, but Pompeo is tough against Russia .... So there’s a “cognitive dissonance”, however. ..
  12. flicker
    flicker 14 March 2018 15: 05
    +2
    Tillerson fired as Secretary of State. Teresa May on the bunk.
  13. Semen1972
    Semen1972 14 March 2018 15: 22
    +1
    Dogs bark the caravan goes. Trade relations between the US and Russia continue, we both sold, so we sell them resources and engines, we buy planes, software, clothes, some equipment from them ...
    So despite the cartoons and other NATO life goes on as usual.
  14. olimpiada15
    olimpiada15 14 March 2018 15: 22
    +2
    It’s not even interesting to delve into the statements of all kinds of experts, even about improving relations with the Russian Federation. Those who really control the American monster need only one thing - to destroy Russia as an independent state. And they will achieve without regard to methods. This is an axiom.
    As for Skripal poisoning, the developer is giving an interview to a certain substance. So who could apply? The one who developed it, and the developer is with them, and most of all knows what this substance represents. In fact, he didn’t wash the floors in that laboratory, and you won’t get your brains when leaving the object from the skull. The provocation is designed for duraks, but in the world this category is the most common.
  15. astankard
    astankard 14 March 2018 19: 44
    0
    To humiliate Russia? ))) Yes, here the United States and Great Britain have so humiliated and dishonored themselves with their stupidity and actions. that an example is hard to give ....
  16. Bergbur
    Bergbur 14 March 2018 20: 20
    0
    To be friends with these mr.a.z.ya.m.i.- do not respect yourself. In general, there shouldn’t be friendships in politics, only pragmatism. Believe in the best, get ready for the worst ...
  17. Ivan58
    Ivan58 14 March 2018 22: 42
    +1
    It has long been recognized that billions and billions of people's money, by the government of Medvedev (appointed by Putin), have been STEALED FROM THE PEOPLE. started up by the Americans against the Russian people.
  18. Pushkar
    Pushkar 14 March 2018 22: 50
    0
    Tillerson, Pompeo - horseradish radish is not sweeter. The same testicles, but side view.
  19. komis55
    komis55 15 March 2018 02: 57
    0
    I need power the sleeve of the galaxy into a pixel packing, well, and I saw in the movie a halogram duplication of the process or more
  20. Streletskos
    Streletskos 15 March 2018 06: 06
    +15
    Some squabbles
    I miss diplomacy, for example, from the time of Gromyko - balanced and laconic.
    And now, men are like women: they’re just talking with their ears - who said what?
  21. Vadim Sh.
    Vadim Sh. 15 March 2018 07: 50
    0
    How good it was until October 12, 1492. there were no exceptional ones - well, this was the one with the black-necked cone. Columbus is to blame for everything - he opened an empire of intrigue. laughing
  22. ilik54
    ilik54 15 March 2018 10: 43
    +1
    Well, he had to lick, and he barked - that’s what he answered for the bazaar. You have to watch the broom, watch your mother!
  23. Don Analyst
    Don Analyst 15 March 2018 13: 22
    0
    The US Congress is democracy in the United States against the peoples of planet Earth!
  24. Vol4ara
    Vol4ara 15 March 2018 22: 13
    0
    Dismissed because of disagreement over Iran, do not flatter yourself ...
  25. Stavr Godinovich
    Stavr Godinovich 18 March 2018 20: 20
    0
    Our CAPACITY mishandled works perfectly !!! Do not dig!
  26. Div Divich
    Div Divich 29 March 2018 11: 41
    0
    It’s not about cooperation.
    The government should be objective, that is, rely on facts, and strive for a common goal.
    It seems that the dismissed did not live up to expectations. Accepted by reputation, and carried out according to the results of activities.