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Provocative performance as the style of Israeli politics

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Bibi Netanyahu’s epic speech about 110.000’s allegedly fallen into the hands of Mossad (why not 100.500?) Of Iran’s nuclear program can certainly be on a par with equally epic speeches by politicians and politicians. Such as the performance of Colin Powell with test tubes in the UN Security Council, or rather, performances are forever in the hollow of a drunken ukrofyurer Poroshenko with a piece of bus, hooked by the Ukrainian mine OZM-72, or with stolen Russian passports. But somehow he was not very persuasive, perhaps it was necessary to either paint the skin black, and it would be better to get drunk. And it would be better not to speak at all.

On Monday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that he had an archive weighing half a ton at the disposal of his government, indicating that Iran had a secret atomic program. After that, Israel invited experts from several countries to familiarize themselves with the document. Among them is the Russian Federation. But at the same time, for some reason neither Israel itself, nor the United States allegedly familiar with these documents are not going to hand them over to the IAEA, which, by the way, is obliged to do. Apparently, they fear that the IAEA experts, having studied the documents much more detailed than the invited experts, will quickly establish that this is a fake ... Americans officially refer to Israelis: they are not our documents, but those, as usual, make a smart face and do nothing , Besides. In general, "we have such devices, but we will not tell you about them," as it was sung in a popular song. But the Americans, of course, said they "believe" Israel.

This is if at least one of these proofs exists at all, and is not the fruit of the "modern development of printing in the West," as the great combinator used to say. Well, Bibi showed a photo with a hundred folders - and what about the reports of the counterintelligence surveillance service on the Knesset deputies? These are supposedly the very 55 thousands of documents and files in paper form. Somehow half a ton does not pull. And a hundred and fifty CDs showed (allegedly 183 with more 55 thousand files), possibly with music. True, it is not very clear why CDs are suddenly, it seems like the second decade of the 21 century, and the Iranians respect technological progress. By the way, 55 thousand files on the 183 disk - you get about 300 files per disk, aren't you enough, because there is probably a PDF or a presentation in PowerPoint? Or is there recordable CD information, not even DVD-R or DVD-RW? By itself, the performance from Bibi is a rather dull show with frames with large letters on the screen like "IRAN VRET" and with little or no evidence that can be taken seriously. And by itself, the possibility of pushing half a ton of top-secret documents from Iran raises strong doubts.


Speech showman Netanyahu


"After signing the nuclear agreement, Iran made great efforts to hide its nuclear program. Tehran moved its archive to a secret place. Only a few people knew where it was located. A few weeks ago, Israel managed to get half a ton of documents from this archive - 55 thousands of documents and photos and 55 more thousands of files on 183 disks. "


An abandoned place, a secret unguarded archive about which several people in the country know. We had to tell you that the archive was stored on the island, and in order to find it, you had to understand the secret map. I hope, on the way to this treasure lay a pointer in the form of a skeleton in the form of the IRGC? Not? And then somehow for the entourage adventure novel would need. Does Netanyahu seriously believe that someone will believe in such nonsense? If such an archive existed, it would be stored in an extremely well-protected place and from there they would not be something that MOSSAD, and the Command of the Russian Armed Forces MTR along with the entire GRU GSh would not have pulled out.

Especially since Bibi is lying as he breathes, and his speech on the topic of Iran’s nuclear weapons - not the first of this type. In 2012, he also showed a picture at the UN: allegedly, Iran is already between the “second” and “final” stages of the bomb creation. The picture had a core with a wick, two dashes and a pair of inscriptions inside. Netanyahu claimed that Iran would build a nuclear bomb in a year at the latest. He even demonstrated a visual aid and some calculations - the same level of evidence. At this time, only more pictures and they are more colorful, apparently spent more time to create "evidence."

Provocative performance as the style of Israeli politics

"Evidence base" sample 2012 g. Children in the first grade draw much better, I must say!

And even then, in 2012, MOSSAD, in an internal correspondence, stated that there was no evidence of Netanyah’s allegations. The British "Guardian" reported: the report, which the secret service shared with South African intelligence, said that Iran was "working to close gaps in legitimate areas," and it is unlikely that it is ready to enrich uranium to a "weapon" degree. Probably, there is no evidence even now, although the same Mossad could readjust fake documents, if ordered.

The IAEA claims that it did not record reliable signs of work in Iran to build a nuclear bomb after the 2009 year. TASS quote:
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"In December, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General, Yukiya Amano, presented to the Agency’s Board of Directors a final assessment of past and current unresolved issues related to Iran’s nuclear program. In its report, the agency determined that an organizational structure was established in Iran before 2015 to coordinate with the development of a nuclear explosive device. And although some activity was carried out after 2003, it was not part of the coordinated work, "the IAEA spokesman answered comment on the statements of the Israeli Prime Minister on Iran’s nuclear development, bypassing the agency’s control.

According to him, "the overall assessment of the agency was that in Iran before 2003, a number of activities related to the development of a nuclear explosive device were carried out within the framework of coordinated work, and some activities were carried out after 2003."

"The agency also determined that these activities did not go beyond technical feasibility and research, as well as the acquisition of certain technical capabilities and capabilities. The same report stated that the agency did not have reliable indications of activities in Iran related to the development of a nuclear explosive device after 2009 of the year. Based on the report of the Director General, the Board of Governors stated that the consideration of this issue was closed, "the agency interlocutor concluded.


At the same time, the IAEA did not publicly evaluate the information from Netanyahu at all.

Why this clowning was needed, and so it is understandable. For the impact of the jackal Tabaka on the aging tiger Sher Khan, of course. That is, on the United States in the Iranian issue - now is the time, because Trump was going to review the “nuclear deal”, that is, in fact, he was going to torpedo it.

At the same time, the Israelis made an armed provocation against Iranian property in Syria. This time, they reportedly used identification codes for the US Air Force for their F-15I and flew through Jordan and the Kurdish-controlled part of Syria beyond the Euphrates, that is, in fact, mimicked the US aircraft to Syrian and not quite Syrian means Air defense did not respond accordingly. And then they dropped a few small-sized SDB GBU-39 CABs to the warehouses used by the Iranians. These bombs are very weak, but, obviously, they did enough. Of course, such a “joke” is unlikely to succeed the next time, and the Israelis decided in vain that in the event of such a trick, the “dramatic decisions” promised by Bibi personally to Putin will not follow. Of course, unlike our allies, the Syrians, the Iranians are our allies to a much lesser extent, and we are connected to them with a much smaller contractual base, and in the military field there is practically no one at all. And there is some rivalry for influence on Damascus between the Russian Federation and the IRI, although the contribution to victory in the war in Syria and the military-political weight in general are incomparable. Therefore, the Russian Federation to some extent may be interested in weakening the influence of Iran in Syria, but not in defeating Iran in Syria. Therefore, our reaction is still questionable, except, of course, the C-300 already promised and certainly supplied.

Moreover, Israeli provocative strikes are already a tradition (not good, of course). Remember 2013 and the "Syrian Chemical Crisis"? At its failure in which the United States, if you remember, reacted with a premature start of the Maidan in Ukraine, which led, however, to quite different than expected, consequences. So, instead of the US bases in the Crimea, the “unsinkable aircraft carrier Crimea” for Russia, controlling the entire region, came out, and the fallen Donbass and civil war came out. So, when a large squadron of the Russian Navy was operating in the Mediterranean, probably with tactical nuclear weapons on board (given the seriousness of the situation, the probability was close to 100%), Israel launched a “test launch” of a target missile, allegedly to calibrate its air defense missile defense radar . Only now the moment was chosen so tense in the relations of the superpowers that the launch could become the very match in the bag of gunpowder.

Most likely, the launch was designed for the opening of the Syrian air defense - no wonder that in his time a working pair of American radio intelligence satellites flew over the region. But nothing came of it - the anti-aircraft missile defense system and the Russian air defense system spotted, identified the target, determined that the area of ​​its future fall was not in Syria, and the opening of radio equipment did not happen.

Israel, by the way, at the beginning of the Syrian war held a very adequate position, which can be expressed as "Schaub you were all healthy there, like my aunt Tsilya at his cemetery." That is, they did not interfere in the situation in the country. But then, after the change of intelligence leadership, the new leaders convinced the prime minister and the cabinet that "the bloody regime of Assad is doomed" (we then also had all sorts of superexperts from various offices about the same stupidity asserted). And if so, then it is necessary to support and feed the "moderate" bandits, at least those who are fighting closer to the Golan. If they do not win, at least they will create a zone of controlled chaos covering the heights so important for Israel. And since then, Israeli intelligence services have begun to quietly supply bandits in the Syrian Quneitra and, possibly, not only them, with money, weapons and ammunition. But you have to be completely gullible to believe in a sense of gratitude towards the bearded thugs towards the Jews! And it is very stupid not to understand that it is better to have a hostile, but adequate and secular regime in the neighbors than a gang of scumbags, promoted by Wahhabi pseudo-slam.

Over time, Israeli-labeled ammunition from the southern “moderates” became more and more, and then they began to appear even at ISIS (prohibited in Russia) - whether they “squeezed” it all from local “greens”, or bought, or received directly. Ammunition and weapons were not limited - Israeli drones conducted air reconnaissance in the interests of gangs, there were also artillery strikes in the frontier zone, most often on the Syrian army, although it was always officially announced that in response to someone's unauthorized shelling of Israeli positions. Most often, such attacks, if there was, were organized by the militants, and the Syrians flew in. There were also air strikes, usually inflicted from abroad, when the aircraft dropped a corrected aerial bomb or a guided missile from its airspace. True, it happened that the Israeli air force was blamed on terrorist attacks and just explosions and fires due to sloppiness (the Syrians are ready to blame anything on Israel as a blow to the elements).

Let us also recall the recent strike of the Israelis on the airbase Т4 - the previous strike there for the Israeli Air Force ended badly, and for about a month the Israelis were quiet. And this strike happened already shortly before the very strike by the United States, Britain and France, so brilliantly reflected by the Syrian air defense, the not-so-Syrian air defense and the not-so-Syrian EW. At that time 4 F-15I fighter jets 8 tactical low-power CG (weight 250 kg, weight 30-60 kg, distance 250 km) of the Dalila short range were delivered from the territory of Lebanon. Then "Buki" and "Pantsiri" knocked down 5 CR from 8. But the point is not that, but that a blow, if those who hold in their hands the threads of control as a grouping of troops (forces) of the RF Armed Forces in the SAR and in the SAR defense system (the speech, of course, about the headquarters and KP on Hammeim), in that tense situation could lead to a big war. Was that what Israel needed?

And now the Israelis declare that they themselves do not want to fight with Iran. But, as always, they are ready and not afraid of anything, even C-300PMU-2, in words, what to be afraid of? It should be understood that Israel wants someone else to fight with Iran? Like the USA? Something is in doubt that those will take this step, so the Israelis will have to start themselves if they really want to. But it is unlikely Iran will calmly endure this. And there is something to answer Iran.
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  1. dog breeder
    dog breeder 3 May 2018 05: 36
    +7
    And when he didn’t succeed, he ran to cry to Putin:
    -Vova! Help! Donya set me up, but he moved to the side himself!
    1. Vard
      Vard 3 May 2018 05: 56
      +12
      There is a reason for disappointment ... Mossad does not have access to capacious storage media ... all of the above will completely interfere with one medium with a capacity of a couple terabytes ... and fits in a handbag ... as I imagined ... poor agents drag half a ton documents ... and it’s not far from trouble ...
      1. dog breeder
        dog breeder 3 May 2018 06: 00
        +3
        Vard
        There is cause for disappointment ... Mossad does not have access to capacious storage media ...

        I’m sure to stop one hundred, Mossad has specialists, which in the world can be counted on the fingers of two hands. But nonce they, with boredom in their eyes, simply looked out the window.
        ,
        1. andj61
          andj61 3 May 2018 09: 00
          +2
          Quote: dog breeder
          Vard
          There is cause for disappointment ... Mossad does not have access to capacious storage media ...

          I’m sure to stop one hundred, Mossad has specialists, which in the world can be counted on the fingers of two hands. But nonce they, with boredom in their eyes, simply looked out the window.
          ,

          It seems that Mossad learned about such an information "bomb" just before the start of the press conference! bully hi
          1. dog breeder
            dog breeder 3 May 2018 09: 11
            +2
            andj61 (Andrey)
            It seems that Mossad learned about such an information "bomb" just before the start of the press conference!

            This time Netanyahu went for intelligence to the White House. It is surprising how he did not turn off on the way to Downing Street.
  2. Same lech
    Same lech 3 May 2018 05: 39
    +6
    A bad example given by Theresa May infected Netanyahu.
    True, May is now preparing for the chopping block under the guillotine of the Queen of Great Britain, all the signs are already on the face, but Netanyahu still has this in the future.
    In general, the Israeli instructional book on concoction of provocations is not much different from the Anglo-Saxon one ... if only they would diversify something in the James Bond style with shooting and irresistible beauties ... it is more interesting to watch these endless espionage TV shows.
    1. Senior manager
      Senior manager 3 May 2018 08: 51
      +5
      Quote: The same LYOKHA
      A bad example given by Theresa May infected Netanyahu.

      The matter, I think, is even more serious. The disease is called "maydown of the brain", produced in the laboratory of the FSA (the place of production can be disputed, they could also be made in Small Britain). An alternative name for the disease is "low social responsibility." For some reason, in the world to rob and kill a person is a crime, and to rob and kill millions of people is a state policy. Honestly, I considered Netanyahu a statesman, and he turns out to be an ordinary Jew, and it seems that his motto is "the end justifies the means." I especially like the word "archives", that is, documents that are not in work, somewhere folded, and are NOT interesting to ANYONE except Israel and the FSA. I draw a conclusion based on the information available.
      1. dog breeder
        dog breeder 3 May 2018 09: 15
        +1
        Senior Prophet (KVAS)
        Honestly, I considered Netanyahu a statesman, and he turns out to be

        ... gopnik.
        1. jjj
          jjj 5 May 2018 13: 41
          0
          But it may happen that Russia hesitates to express concern about Iran’s actions against Israel
  3. cedar
    cedar 3 May 2018 06: 55
    +8
    We see at the root of the next statements of the Zionists, dear ...
    "Our password is power and hypocrisy.
    Only power triumphs in political affairs, especially if it is hidden in the talents needed by state people.
    Violence must be the principle, and cunning and hypocrisy the rule for governments that do not wish to lay their crown at the feet of agents of any new strength. This evil is the only way to get to the goal, good.
    therefore we should not stop at bribery, deceit and betrayal, when they should serve to achieve our goal. In politics, one must be able to take someone else's property without hesitation, if with it we achieve humility and power ... "etc. etc. ...
    "Protocols of the Zion of the Wise" ... Protocol No. 1.
  4. aszzz888
    aszzz888 3 May 2018 07: 04
    +1
    This cheap Jewish trick is akin to punks in the gateway ... the older ones say less: - "Go, find fault with your uncle, and we're right there!" But at the same time they can completely "throw" a small one, and leave them face to face with the "uncle" for self-survival .... bully
  5. Professor
    Professor 3 May 2018 07: 07
    +2
    Over time, the ammunition with Israeli markings in the southern "moderates" became more and more, and then they even began to appear in ISIS (banned in Russia) - either they "squeezed" it all from the local "greens", or bought, or received directly.

    Tired of these pictures of Israeli weapons in the ammunition. Tired of so much that they were removed from the Internet.

    PS
    Let there be srach.
    1. andj61
      andj61 3 May 2018 09: 06
      +2
      Quote: Professor
      Tired of these pictures of Israeli weapons in the ammunition. Tired of so much that they were removed from the Internet.

      I agree - the Baboons have an order of magnitude more Russian and Soviet weapons. The DShK on the pickup truck in general became the hallmark of the militants, but this does not mean that Russia is arming them.
      What about shelling of Syrian troops in response to shelling by opposing militants (most often) or in response to shelling of hesbollahs who were frostbitten? Why isn’t Israel destroying the militants firing at its territory? or is the task different - to weaken Syria? hi
      1. Miflecet
        Miflecet 3 May 2018 16: 24
        0
        Quote: andj61
        Quote: Professor
        Tired of these pictures of Israeli weapons in the ammunition. Tired of so much that they were removed from the Internet.

        I agree - the Baboons have an order of magnitude more Russian and Soviet weapons. The DShK on the pickup truck in general became the hallmark of the militants, but this does not mean that Russia is arming them.
        What about shelling of Syrian troops in response to shelling by opposing militants (most often) or in response to shelling of hesbollahs who were frostbitten? Why isn’t Israel destroying the militants firing at its territory? or is the task different - to weaken Syria? hi

        Weaken Syria ?! Too much more. She has long been weakened. To us.
    2. sabakina
      sabakina 3 May 2018 09: 47
      +4
      Quote: Professor
      Tired of these pictures of Israeli weapons in the ammunition. Tired of so much that they were removed from the Internet.
      And who are they tired of on the Internet? It seems they lie to themselves, they don’t ask for porridge or bread ...
    3. igorka357
      igorka357 3 May 2018 09: 56
      +3
      Greetings to Oleg, where have they disappeared .. Israeli weapons were moderately dragged onto the hump .. laughing ?
  6. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 3 May 2018 07: 07
    +3
    ... 110.000 (why not 100.500?) documents that supposedly fell into the hands of Mossad
    Documents fit in two suitcases?
    Does Israel want someone else to fight Iran? Like the USA?
    Well, in this case, the Americans have something with a screw on a tricky ass. The United States itself wants to fight with Iran through the wrong hands, even if Israeli.
    1. Sars
      Sars 3 May 2018 07: 20
      +2
      Here the company assembled cunning: the USA, Israel and KSA.
      Iran gathered to beat and poke fingers at each other! They are Jews even in America, even in Arabia, and there are Jews (very smart).
  7. Monster_Fat
    Monster_Fat 3 May 2018 07: 24
    +2
    Well, the "evidence base" which is used by all modern Western politicians is quite consistent with the bottom that the "western" education has reached in creating a "human consumer", so that children's drawings will be banned for proof, the main thing is to submit them with due "emotionality "... Well, what about the nuclear weapons created by Iran .... I think (purely my opinion) they (the Iranians) created it and continue to create it there in the mountains, with them, which is just not dug ....
    1. sabakina
      sabakina 3 May 2018 09: 51
      +2
      Purely my opinion, aliens exist. In the evening in the sky that just does not fly .... wink
    2. Okolotochny
      Okolotochny 3 May 2018 21: 20
      +1
      In addition to the last phrase, plus comments. Zadornov’s words about stupid ones are about the whole west. And Israel too.
      1. kipod
        kipod 3 May 2018 21: 34
        +3
        Quote: Okolotochny
        In addition to the last phrase, plus comments. Zadornov’s words about stupid ones are about the whole west. And Israel too.

        if you are so smart, what are you so poor?
        1. cedar
          cedar 4 May 2018 03: 34
          +1
          Berezovsky at one time reported to the Izrail Knesset that 70% of the economy of the former USSR as a result of the "collapse" turned out ... to the Jews.
          Therefore, you are so rich .. and we are so poor ..
  8. Altona
    Altona 3 May 2018 08: 29
    +5
    Yesterday, for such a comment similar to this article, the Zionists amicably beat me. This is how I am anti-Semite, publicly called Netanyahu a provocateur and a liar. hi
  9. Altona
    Altona 3 May 2018 08: 30
    +1
    Quote: Monster_Fat
    I think (purely my opinion) they (the Iranians) created it and continue to create it, there in the mountains, with them, which is just not digging ...

    ----------------------------
    They have long known technologies for enriching uranium to the required values.
    1. andj61
      andj61 3 May 2018 09: 17
      0
      Quote: Altona
      Quote: Monster_Fat
      I think (purely my opinion) they (the Iranians) created it and continue to create it, there in the mountains, with them, which is just not digging ...

      ----------------------------
      They have long known technologies for enriching uranium to the required values.

      If they took the path of using centrifuges to separate uranium-235 and uranium-238, then this is a long and unproductive business. For a real - not a single - creation of nuclear weapons, a reactor is needed in which uranium-238 is converted into plutonium-239. You can also get uranium-233 in a thorium reactor. And in centrifuges - tens of thousands of centrifuges (their size is limited by the physics of the process) must produce nuclear fuel for one warhead for almost years. hi
      1. Monster_Fat
        Monster_Fat 3 May 2018 10: 32
        +1
        Isotope separation technology has advanced. For example, laser isotope separation is now applied. https://www.coursera.org/learn/vveedenie-v-lasern
        ie-tehnologii / lecture / wofYE / laziernoie-razdielien
        iie-izotopov-izotopov-v-atomnoi-enierghietikie-ch
        ast-1 hi
  10. A. Privalov
    A. Privalov 3 May 2018 09: 35
    +5
    Too shy to ask, is this what is now called "Analytics"? I read similar works in the Soviet memorable central newspapers 70-x. Only then they were called "political feuilleton". The author’s boorish passage-sputtering of heads of state was especially successful: “What was this clownery for, and so it’s understandable. For impact from the jackal Tabaka on Sherkhan’s aging tiger ...” The author is credited!
    Interestingly, Iran tried to slouch away indistinctly, they say, Israel has no documents, “everything you lie” and calmed down ... The hubbub about the “Iranian files” does not subside in Russia. Express all who can where. On VO, this seems to be the fifth publication in two days ...
    I will dwell on the official reactions. There are not many of them. Netanyagu talked with Putin, they have some kind of agreement on this. Peskov's first comments on Iran create the feeling that the Kremlin wants to tie itself tight to Iran, as it had previously done to Assad.
    This is very bad news for those who would like Moscow to still remain in the contour at least some kind of interaction “tracks”. Trump, Macron and Merkel suggest Iran reconsider nuclear deal
    Tehran declared that it was not necessary to revise anything. The Kremlin immediately supported Tehran.
    Quite possibly, this is the historical moment when something else can be done.
    It is easy to predict the outcome of the intention to bind itself to Iran on the issue of revising the nuclear deal: Israeli intelligence stole the archive of the Iranian nuclear program. And if the Kremlin still does not abandon its delusional foreign policy strategy, then the following will happen: first in this archive there are documents that the Kremlin secretly sponsored Iran’s nuclear program, and then Tehran will negotiate with the West for a settlement, and Putin will remain " and without Iran, and with "kleptocracy that violates the non-proliferation regime."
    1. dog breeder
      dog breeder 3 May 2018 10: 17
      +2
      However, IAEA experts are confident that Iran was developing nuclear weapons before 2003, and did not find "convincing evidence" of such work after 2009.

      The agency published its assessment on Tuesday, 1 in May, the day after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced, in his words, “half a ton” of seized documents proving that Iran was lying about its nuclear intentions.

      https://sm-news.ru/news/vneshnyaya-politika/oon-n
      e-obnaruzhila-sledov-sozdaniya-iranom-yadernogo-o
      ruzhiya /
      1. A. Privalov
        A. Privalov 3 May 2018 10: 27
        +1
        Quote: dog breeder
        However, IAEA experts are confident that Iran was developing nuclear weapons before 2003, and did not find "convincing evidence" of such work after 2009.

        The agency published its assessment on Tuesday, 1 in May, the day after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced, in his words, “half a ton” of seized documents proving that Iran was lying about its nuclear intentions.

        https://sm-news.ru/news/vneshnyaya-politika/oon-n
        e-obnaruzhila-sledov-sozdaniya-iranom-yadernogo-o
        ruzhiya /

        The thing is that the IAEA has not yet received these documents. They will be sent there only that week. They will study them and then we will all carefully listen to expert opinion. "The agency published its assessment on Tuesday, 1 May, the day after ..." You yourself are well aware that even if they already had this material in their hands, study the "100500 documents" laughing so fast it is impossible. Someone hurried to make a stuffing in order to quickly send public opinion on the right direction on the current situation.
        1. dog breeder
          dog breeder 3 May 2018 10: 59
          +2
          Good afternoon, Alexander! hi
          It’s not a matter of digging your prime minister.
          Now, in international relations, this trend is observed, if the leader cares about the world for his country, you need to care about the world as a whole. Key players gather in neutral territory, and with the help of an intermediary deserving the trust of both parties, citing arguments and counterarguments, are obliged to achieve a mutually acceptable existence.
          Your PM, instead, turned to the one who poured gasoline into the fire of conflict. Do you think overseas care about the welfare of Israel? I doubt it. The history of the twentieth century is proof of this.
          Although, of course, if you are one of the main holders of the Fed’s shares, you don’t care about the problems of peace in the region from the big bell tower.
          1. A. Privalov
            A. Privalov 3 May 2018 11: 11
            +2
            Quote: dog breeder
            Fed

            Let's leave the "care for the world" beyond the discussion of this article. Your country is also "one of the main shareholders of the Fed," so now what? In a word, we will rush slowly and wait for the not idle trip of the sofa experts, not the clever articles of corrupt journalists, but the distinctly expressed opinion of experts and responsible persons.
            1. dog breeder
              dog breeder 3 May 2018 11: 22
              +3
              Better, of course, from the scene, and not from "sources that may be credible."
              1. A. Privalov
                A. Privalov 3 May 2018 11: 27
                +2
                Quote: dog breeder
                Better, of course, from the scene, and not from "sources that may be credible."

                I didn’t quite catch your thought, but believe me, “the scene of events” is not the best thing for ordinary people like you and me. Let's observe it from the side, and we will be more whole, and always, in which case, we can say: “Well, I told you so!” laughing hi
                1. dog breeder
                  dog breeder 3 May 2018 11: 48
                  +2
                  I agree. But the findings must be checked locally.
        2. Borders
          Borders 5 May 2018 22: 36
          0
          Someone was in a hurry to make a throw in order to quickly direct public opinion on the situation in the “right” direction.

          I wonder who "directed" this? World media? So they seem to be entirely controlled by Koreans, no? ;-)
    2. Mikhail3
      Mikhail3 3 May 2018 16: 28
      +2
      As for the interaction tracks, it was especially hooked. Cried a little. And so in general ... without tracks ... In general, the Israelis stole "secrets" from Iran about the Iranian nuclear program. We carefully reread the Iranian program! Not Israeli! What makes sense to do?
      The venerable Bejamin speaks publicly and shows several sheets of documents. So that anyone can copy and view those sheets. The terrible secrets of the nuclear process can not be touched, but the rest ... Everyone looks, checks and makes sure that Iran has lost its secrets. The world community is frowning, Iran is crying, Russia is retreating ...
      What happened? Benny showed the inscription "Iran is lying" and spoke a lot with his mouth. Everything. These are not interaction tracks; this is a small crook in three shells playing. You’ll excuse me, but it’s not pulling anything more, especially from the mouth of a ruler who only heard about the truth about cinema ...
  11. sib.ataman
    sib.ataman 3 May 2018 09: 57
    +1
    Oh yeah! Well, the time has come! More and more countries and their politicians are beginning to bang their heads on the fifth corner! A kind of madhouse on a global scale near! What about us? To begin to organize chamber N6?
  12. Pichalka
    Pichalka 3 May 2018 12: 36
    0
    Quote: The same Lech
    if only they would diversify something in the style of James Bond with shooting and irresistible beauties ... it is more interesting to watch these endless espionage TV shows.

    And why come up with something new, if it works?
  13. Alekspel
    Alekspel 3 May 2018 21: 25
    +1
    How long will we be afraid to spoil relations with Israel? Why are we so afraid to ruin our relations with our internal Jews? So they are like Russians. What are they afraid of? And those in Israel are not ours. And if you decide to strike, let them experience in full. This tiny little point on the map can be razed to the ground by several rockets with the corresponding head. Let them be aware. And then they threaten with their blows. To whom?
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  15. Sars
    Sars 4 May 2018 03: 41
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    The funniest thing in this story is the place where the valiant Mossadites stole secret Iranian documents - the Shurabad industrial zone! It’s a very reliable place to store state secrets, there’s even a police checkpoint on the road, and there’s a flyback near the industrial zone of the military equipment studio of the film studio.
    1. borberd
      borberd 5 May 2018 12: 47
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      Quote: SarS
      The funniest thing in this story is the place where the valiant Mossadites stole secret Iranian documents - the Shurabad industrial zone! It’s a very reliable place to store state secrets, there’s even a police checkpoint on the road, and there’s a flyback near the industrial zone of the military equipment studio of the film studio.

      Well, it’s certainly not funny for anyone - it’s the Persians, now the fact of their public lies has received documentary evidence. Mossadites are really cool dudes, in the capital of an enemy country, where the failure is fatal, they stole a secret archive, which only a few people knew about. Now the Iranians have a pale appearance, and the European countries that stoked to preserve the deal have now begun to say that - yes, the deal needs to be improved.
  16. borberd
    borberd 4 May 2018 11: 22
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    There is a reason for disappointment ... Mossad does not have access to capacious storage media ... all of the above will completely interfere with one medium with a capacity of a couple terabytes ... and fits in a handbag ... as I imagined ... poor agents drag half a ton documents ... and it’s not far from trouble ...

    So it seems like Mossad agents in the center of Tehran install computers on the street, take out hundreds of kilograms of archival documents and begin to scan so that it - this archive, fits on a terabyte medium.
  17. borberd
    borberd 4 May 2018 11: 33
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    This opus has a rather distant relation to analytics. Boorish style, assaults on the PM. Comparisons of the United States with an aging Sherkhan, and Israel with Tabaki - generally does not climb into any gates. It is hard to imagine how the book Tobacco tears to shreds of eight wolves (Egypt, Syria, Jordan, Iraq, Sudan ...) and this is exactly what happened during the Six Day War, when Sherkhan had not even drawn himself onto the horizon. In short low.
  18. icant007
    icant007 4 May 2018 21: 21
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    Netanyahu’s performance was reminiscent of a Copperfield show, trainings from various business gurus who chewed on the main points of their philosophy, a little from the preachers, a little from the presentation of the goods ...
    I wonder what is the target audience of this information product? Made too clumsy.
    Especially delivered a scene of pulling bedspreads from cabinets wink
    Or maybe it's subtle Jewish humor? Putin's response to his address to the Federal Assembly wink