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Geopolitical mosaic: Lebanon fighters failed to break through to Syria, and Big Brother in America mastered cellular communication

In Afghanistan, the Russian pilot was killed. As passed yesterday Interfaxreferring to a source in the air transport industry, last week in Afghanistan, 60 km from Kandahar, a Mi-8MTV helicopter with a Russian-Belarusian crew crashed.

When landing the helicopter touched the fence and fell from a height of several meters. The flight mechanic was killed - a Russian citizen who fell from a helicopter upon impact. The commander (citizen of Belarus) and the co-pilot (Russian) were taken to a clinic in Kabul, and then transported to a burn center in Krasnodar.

Lebanese militants will not pass! Syrian troops yesterday repelled attacks by Lebanese terrorist groups.

"Vesti" with reference to ITAR-TASS, they report that the militants opened fire from positions near the border crossing points of Hormush, El-Armut, El-Arida and from the bridges of Abu Suwayid and Kumar. The Syrian military opened fire on the attackers from checkpoints. During the shootout, a Syrian border guard was injured.

The newsletter says: “The enemy was hit hard. The attempts to break into the territory of Syria in off-road vehicles with large-caliber machine guns mounted on them failed. The militants turned back and took refuge in Lebanese territory. ”

Russian project. Russia submitted its draft resolution on Syria to the UN Security Council. According to "" with reference to the RIA "News“This project provides for the extension of the stay in Syria of international observers for three months.

According to Alexander Pankin, First Deputy Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the United Nations, the “main charge” of the proposed resolution “is to support the efforts of Kofi Annan and the agreements that were reached in Geneva at an action group meeting.”

Sixth delegation. Today, Russia is starting a dialogue with the Syrian National Council (SNS). Reports about it ITAR-TASS.

According to the chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Council of the Federation, Mikhail Margelov, a delegation of the SNA headed by Abdel Bassett Sida arrives in Moscow for the first time. “The SNA is the most serious opposition organization that represents the widest political palette,” said Comrade Margelov. “They are representatives of the Damascus Declaration, Islamists, liberals, Kurds, Assyrians, tribal representatives, Christians, and independent citizens.” He added: "Until now, the Russian authorities did not recognize the SNA, and the SNA did not offer to begin negotiations with Moscow." The head of the committee said: "Therefore, this visit means the beginning of a dialogue with real power, which today is already ready to begin the settlement of the conflict through political dialogue."

Today, the SNA delegation will hold talks with the Federation Council Committee on International Affairs, chaired by Margelov. Consultations at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia are also planned.

This is the sixth delegation of the Syrian opposition, with which Russian senators have met in the last 12 months. According to Margelov, since June last year, Moscow has been in Moscow. “Syrian human rights activists” from America, the Damascus Declaration party, the Muslim Brotherhood, representatives of the “internal” Syrian opposition, members of the National Coordinating Committee for Democratic Change and the Popular Front for Change and Liberation.

Hope the State Department. In America, they hope that the march of the Russian Navy ships that began yesterday, providing for a stop in Tartus, is not associated with an armed conflict in Syria. This was announced on Tuesday at a briefing for journalists by a representative of the US Foreign Ministry Patrick Ventrell, reports correspondent ITAR-TASS Dmitry Kirsanov.

A spokesman for the US State Department said: “We have seen reports that Russian Navy ships are heading for Syria. We also saw reports in which, with reference to the Russian authorities, it was stated that these ships would enter the port of Tartus for refueling, and that this was not related to the conflict in Syria. We certainly hope this is true. ”

Wentrell noted that the Americans are "in contact with the Russians" about the alleged entry of warships into Syria. According to Ventrell, the US authorities allegedly do not have enough information about “what can happen at the base in Tartus”.

Expressing American hopes and complaining about the lack of information, Mr. Ventrell also urged Russia to “use all its influence” to achieve “regime change behavior” in Damascus.

Japan is protesting. That Comrade Medvedev will go to Kunashir, then the Chinese will sail near Senkaku: sheer anxiety for Japan. After all, wherever you look, around the Japanese territory.

Corr. ITAR-TASS Igor Belyaev reports from Tokyo that the PRC ambassador was summoned to the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and there they expressed official protest to him because three Chinese vessels today entered the territorial waters that Japan considers its own. The incident with the ships happened near the Senkaku Islands (Diaoyu).

Kenichiro Sasae, First Deputy Foreign Minister of Japan, stressed: “The invasion of foreign territorial waters is very serious. And such incidents are unacceptable for our side. ”

However, the Chinese ambassador to Tokyo was not sewn and said that Diaoyu Islands are "the territory of the People's Republic of China", and therefore Chinese ships are free to sail in the surrounding waters.

Eggs for a presidential brother. RIA News" With reference to the agency "Renhap" reports that the South Korean police today imprisoned the former member of parliament, Lee Sang Duc, the elder brother of President Lee Myung-bak. Earlier, the court issued a warrant for his arrest in connection with charges of bribery.

From 2007 to 2011, Lee San Duc, according to the investigation, received from Solomon Savings Bank and Mirae Savings Bank banks that were in financial difficulties, an amount of about 600 million won (approximately 525 thousand dollars). For this bribe, he helped the two named banks to avoid a planned audit and sanctions by the authorities.

When Lee San Duc entered the court, the "News" was passed, those who had lost their bank deposits threw eggs at him.

Pirate Mickey Mouse. As transmits RIA News" With reference to the Associated Press agency and US State Department spokesman Patrick Ventrell, the US authorities yesterday urged North Korea to respect copyright. The reason for such a statement was the concert in Pyongyang, which was attended by Kim Jong-un.

At the concert there was a performance with the participation of the characters of her cartoons actors dressed in costumes.

The company "Walt Disney" stated that it did not give permission to show their cartoons and performance.

Scots are no longer interested in independence. The number of Scots who approve of the idea of ​​secession from the UK has decreased markedly compared to last year. This is evidenced by the results of a survey by TNS BMRB, "".

If a year ago, 39% of its inhabitants spoke for Scotland’s independence, 38% was against, and undecided - 23%, then by July 2012, 30% had voted for separation, 50% were against it, and 20% had difficulty answering.

According to local observers, the publication of the results of the survey was a serious blow to the positions of the first minister of Scotland, Alex Salmond, who advocated the idea of ​​independence. A change in public opinion suggests that his campaign in support of the department was unable to achieve success.

Bulgarian recognition. Bulgaria officially recognized t. “Neutral documents” that the Georgian authorities produce for the citizens of Abkhazia and South Ossetia. About this, as reported "" Grigol Vashadze, the head of the Georgian Foreign Ministry, said after a meeting with his Bulgarian counterpart, said with reference to "Our Abkhazia".

Geopolitical mosaic: Lebanon fighters failed to break through to Syria, and Big Brother in America mastered cellular communication

Mr. Vashadze noted: “This is very important news, and I am convinced that the process of recognizing the document will continue.” He also said that negotiations on the recognition of "neutral passports" are ongoing with other countries.

Bulgarian Foreign Minister Nikolay Mladenov, in turn, noted that these documents, which were recognized abroad, "will contribute to a better reintegration of Georgia."

However, “neutral passports”, now recognized by Japan, the Czech Republic, Lithuania, Latvia, Ireland and the USA, are not particularly popular in Abkhazia and South Ossetia. According to the March 2012 of the year, which was reported by the Georgia Online portal, the Civil Registry Agency of Georgia issued about 80 “neutral identification cards” and 9 “neutral travel documents”.

Promising Italian-Russian helicopter. As reported yesterday from Farnborough ARMS-TASS, the Russian Helicopters holding company and the Italian company AgustaWestland (the Finmeccanica group) signed a preliminary agreement on the joint development, production and sale of a promising single-engine helicopter with a mass of 2,5 tons.

It is assumed that this helicopter will be sold on the world market and widely used in various fields.

ARMS-TASS reminds that in 2010, the Agusta Westland and Russian Helicopters created a joint venture called Helivert to assemble AW139 helicopters at the Tomilino plant.

Comrade Adomanis knows which country is being watched for real! Famous columnist Mark Adomanis in a magazine "Forbes" (translation source - "InoSMI") criticized an article by Anna Nemtsovapublished in The Daily Beast and dedicated to “Putin's Russia” and “ears”, which, in this Russia itself, have office walls.

Adomanis quotes Nemtsov:

“However, now many Russians from the middle class are still afraid that the walls have ears. Replaced only the alleged organizers of surveillance. According to a recent study by HeadHunter, a Moscow recruitment agency, more than half of Russians with salaries over 6600 dollars per month — that is, with a decent middle-class income — are afraid that employers read their email, Google chats, Facebook messages and personal Twitter posts. The richer and higher the employee is, the agency says, the more often he (or she) believes that his (or her) superiors are engaged in surveillance.

Of the more than 7000 respondents, 12% believe that the employer read their personal blogs that might have negative comments about the management. Nearly 50% report that they were reprimanded for searching the Internet for a better job during business hours. More than 60% of those who believe that they were followed, claim that they were called "on the carpet" for an unpleasant conversation, and 8% admit that they were fired as a result of improper behavior, according to employers, at the computer ...

It is difficult to say how often Russian employers spy on their employees. In many ways, the impression of such surveillance can be the result of a long and painful storiesassociated with the KGB.

Adomanis believes that Nemtsov has a bad understanding of economics. The median wage in the USA in 2010 was about 26.500 dollars, and Russia, in his opinion, is poorer than America, and its salaries are lower. From here 6600 dollars per month - the salary is not at all middle class. Adomanis advises Nemtsova to define a similar class in non-economic categories (for example, “creative” or “anti-Putin class”).

Also, the columnist is surprised at the one-sidedness of the article by Nemtsova.

If she writes about Russia, then why not mention - comparisons for the sake of - democratic western countries, where, by the way, “employers regularly spy on their employees, and almost nothing legally prevents them from doing so. It seems that she does not know, ”says Adomanis,“ that the behavior she writes about is found in the United States absolutely everywhere and is often covered in the media. In fact, the fact that Russian employers are paying more and more attention to spying on their salary slaves, says not so much that backward Russia got bogged down in the Soviet past, but rather that it is becoming more and more like Western countries. ”

Comrade Adomanis cited several "blatant examples of employer surveillance in a country in the history of which there was neither Lenin, nor the KGB, nor this vile, disgusting Vladimir Putin."

In the US, private detectives are hired to spy on employees who improperly used sick leave; almost two thirds of companies track which sites their employees visit, more than half (52%) of organizations look at the email of employees, and about one in five companies follow the instant messages of their employees; in the US, there is a growing market for software for “security control and data collection”; According to the American Management Association, 45% of American employers not only track content browsed on the Internet, but also keystrokes (!), as well as the time that employees spend at the keyboard; in America there are even guidelines for spying on employees. M. Adomanis also cites the example of an article by the American Bar Association, which proves that "control over the use of the Internet and email by employees is an essential tool to help avoid lawsuits." Finally, he gives a link to an article by a lawyer from the National Labor Relations Directorate, and the article directly states: “The personal use of an employee by the employer's email system or access to the Internet is not protected by law.”

The position of both Russian and American workers, Adomanis considers, is characterized by the fact that those and others have practically no rights to “confidentiality” when it comes to using the Internet in the workplace. “This is important,” writes the browser, “and we need to talk about this, but obviously not in the style:“ Look at these stupid, backward Russians! Their employers use spyware! ”

One million three hundred thousand. На ресурсе "End the Lie" An article by Madison Ruppert appeared: "US mobile phone companies answered 2011 requests for subscriber information only in 1.300.000 year."

According to the latest data from mobile phone companies from Congressman Ed Marky (Mass.), The companies responded to a huge number of 1.300.000 requests from law enforcement agencies regarding information about subscribers.

Documentsfrom AT&T, C Spire, Leap and Cricket, MetroPCS, Sprint, T-Mobile, TracFone, US Cellular and Verizon became the first available to the public and have proven how widespread the practice of observing citizens is.

What worries the author of the article is that a single request can immediately lead to hundreds of people who find themselves caught in the “government network”. Law enforcement agencies can access all phone numbers that are connected to a specific cell for a certain period of time. Told about it David Kravets. He also explained: “For example, if the police want to find the person who broke the window during the“ Capture ”protest, she can get phone numbers and identification information of all the protesters from mobile phones in the area at the same time - and use the data for other purposes ".

For many years, according to Rupper, the US cellular companies flatly refused to provide the public with information about the frequency of law enforcement requests.

It is quite interesting here, the journalist notes, that the companies did not provide such information to the police for free. For example, in 2007, AT&T received $ 2,8 million for work it completed on nearly 125.000 requests. In 2011, that amount grew to $ 8,25 million, with over 260.000 requests processed.

It is also "fun" that AT & T, which is supposed to observe "human rights", that is, periodically issue reports on the work with such requests from law enforcement agencies, did not publish any such reports - until the company "gave a kick Congress ".

Verizon received about 2011 requests in 260.000 (annual growth was about 15%).

The operator “Sprint” (the third largest in the USA) received the most requests. This company reported that it processed about 500.000 requests.

Law enforcement agencies, Comrade Ruppert writes, have the right to obtain information from companies in various ways. They may request information, claiming that there is an immediate threat of harm, death or emergency, and also referring to subpoenas and court rulings.

Using mobile phones, Americans are not protected by the Fourth Amendment. AT & T alone has over 100 employees working 24/7 to fulfill law enforcement requests.

The author of the article believes that requests are made too often and that American society has another example of how the United States is quickly plunged into the Orwell nightmare.

Thus, while freedom-loving America is worried about KGB office oppression in Russia, its own democracy, which George Orwell (who was not referring to the Soviet Union) very accurately described in 1948, was tightening the screws all the time.

Observed and translated by Oleg Chuvakin
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  1. click80
    click80 11 July 2012 11: 53

    The enemy was dealt a lot of damage. Attempts to break into the territory of Syria on off-road vehicles with heavy machine guns mounted on them failed. The militants turned back and took refuge in Lebanese territory "

    Syrians are great. keep it up. This is your land and no one except you will protect it.

    In America, they hope that the campaign of the Russian Navy ships that began yesterday, providing for a stop in Tartus, is not connected with the armed conflict in Syria.

    yes of course, hope and believe. and try to explain why your carriers are heading for the coast of Syria.

    South Korean police today detained the elder brother of President Lee Myung-bak.

    It wouldn’t have happened with us.

    That Comrade Medvedev will go to Kunashir, then the Chinese will sail near Senkaku: sheer anxiety for Japan. After all, wherever you look, around the Japanese territory.

    Japanese build the second tier on their islands and "the earth is round to you right"
    1. korvin1976
      korvin1976 11 July 2012 12: 16
      Hope the State Department.
      OSA duplicity again makes itself felt. You see they hope. Hope and believe ..........
      The exercises in the Mediterranean Sea are nothing more than an answer to the location of the Navy ships in the Syrian region. And ........ (only quietly) of course there are no weapons on the BDK, there are roses and daisies.
      I’ve been wondering why, why didn’t they send the BDK from the Black Sea? And then he remembered the Black Sea and the Sea of ​​Marmara, connected by a narrow strait, which controls Turkey. Do we need this?
      OSHA, everyone understands this, but they can’t do anything about it, their hands are short in this regard, and they are leading an empty chatter, about some hopes there.
      Every sighted person will see, but will not be able to say.

      Anna Nemtsova - generally a beauty with a pale face. Apparently climbed out of some kind of deep underground, where there was no connection with the outside world and began to discover common truths. Well, since she apparently was not abroad, she was underground, she writes only about what she sees, like that Nenets or Chukchi from jokes, I sing about what I see.
      Yesaaaaa, the girl needs to be broadened horizons, which books to read there. Though.....
      I had one guy in an army army from a remote village, the small one was quite normal and adequate, but with literacy he just didn’t like it, read with difficulty, wrote even worse, and if he writes something, then he himself will not read can. So I think maybe this Anna Nemtsova the same syndrome? What I saw, I decided to share, and what happened, I could not master "Many bukf". And isn't this a relative of the same Nemtsov, who is not of this world?
      Bulgarian recognition
      Neutral documents - What are documents for staying in neutral waters? Documents for waterfowl? Otherwise, where do we still have neutral territory? Oh yes, I completely forgot! Antarctica! Well done, they decided to send Georgians, Abkhazians and Ossetians to the Antarctic Regions in Georgia, but what’s the right thing, they’ll send everyone with such documents there, and then they can assign land, they’ll leave to live in neutral territory. Ah yes Georgians, ah yes thought out. While cheese and boron, they have already swung to Antarctica, well then. and from the beginning Abkhazia will be assigned.
      1. alex-defensor
        alex-defensor 11 July 2012 12: 19
        A spokesman for the US Department of State said: “We have seen reports that Russian Navy ships are heading to Syria. We also saw reports citing Russian authorities that these ships would call at the port of Tartus for refueling, and that this was not related to the conflict in Syria. We certainly hope this is true.»

        "Of course it's true"how can you cheat "the most honest in the world" American leadership ?! And we drive there exclusively "teddy bears"so that the Syrian children, playing with them, recalled Russia with a good word.
        laughing laughing laughing laughing laughing laughing wassat drinks
      2. Saqartvelo
        Saqartvelo 11 July 2012 14: 23
        It’s impossible for you to appropriate that.
        1. skullcap
          skullcap 11 July 2012 14: 37
          Saqartvelo Today, 14: 23
          It’s impossible for you to own what
          If you consistently adhere to this logic (that Abkhazia belongs to Georgia), you must recognize that Georgia in this case belongs to Russia.
        2. korvin1976
          korvin1976 11 July 2012 15: 35
          I understand that it is impossible to appropriate something that did not belong to you, but apparently not everyone understands this, to our deepest regret. With all this, it often happens that it is impossible to pick up something that belonged to you before, or it is extremely difficult.
          I wrote to you correctly skullcapif we adhere to this logic, then Georgia belongs to Russia. Based on history, Georgia joined Russia, and not Russia to Georgia, therefore, Georgia is part of the Russian Federation.
          But we are intelligent people, and we understand what is how and what is what.
          Again, according to this logic, Alaska belongs to Russia, but Russia does not put forward requirements for the OSHA to return Alaska to the Russian Federation.
          You just need to look at things sensibly. If the Abkhazians wanted to live in Georgia, I think that Russia did not particularly strongly insist on their sovereignty, but so far the people of Abkhazia have not seen such a desire.
          I think that many will join in my opinion that Russia is not against the Georgian people, Russia against those people who are at the helm in Georgia. And the point is not that Georgia somehow interferes with Russia, not the country that would interfere, but that the Georgian government, like that American skunk, cannot do anything special, it just stinks.
          Do not be offended, I have nothing against the Georgian people, I am against the Georgian radical politicians.
    2. Trapperxnumx
      Trapperxnumx 11 July 2012 16: 48
      Quote: click80
      It wouldn’t have happened with us.

      Well, yes, because our president does not have an older brother wink
      1. esaul
        esaul 11 July 2012 18: 33
        Salute to everyone with both hands, colleagues! I read the laconic "Oleg's" paragraphs, and emotions arose - a mountain ...! All sorts of news - both joyful, and those that make you tense ...
        I would attribute two to especially joyful ones - how the Syrians hung pills on the brave armed oppositionists (read - bandits and mercenaries) and the fact that our ship group went for a walk in the Mediterranean Sea. This news is no longer news, but a fait accompli, which yesterday was questioned by some members of the forum, who do not care about this fact like a sickle for coconuts. I would like to add that today the large landing craft "Caesar Kunikov" joined this cheerful company of Russian warships and received an order to pick up a Marine unit on board.
        No less interesting news is the reaction of the mattress to this news ---------- America hopes that the cruise of the Russian Navy ships that began yesterday, which includes a stop in Tartus, is not connected with the armed conflict in Syria. ----------- It turns out that minke whales have a sense of subtle humor! So, they are not "Well, stupid!" according to the theory of Mr. Zadornov, but naively humorous charged! There is no other way to explain such an interpretation of the event. Well, ours, in the best traditions of the political genre, strongly support this "childish naivete", saying that they say "Yes! We decided to take a walk in Tartus - drink some water ... It's hot outside ..."
        Two more news from the review very harmoniously complement each other and are directly "brothers from one mother" - this is ----------- Comrade Adomanis knows which country is being watched for real! --------- and ----------- One million three hundred thousand. ----------- What happens, brothers! That one. who screams more than others about total surveillance in other states (especially in Russia - this is an undoubted truth in their understanding!), he himself, on the sly, tirelessly, day and night, is engaged in looking for dastardly spies and extremists in all mass media, including the Internet! "And these people forbid me to pick my nose ?!" "No, no! I can't go for this!" (If someone does not know where this phrase comes from - the movie "The Diamond Arm")
        Well, the news about the restless life of the Yap gentlemen also amused ... Here the saying is very good - "A bad head does not give rest to the legs." So, until the Yapas grow wiser, they will only have time to turn in the direction of the imaginary danger that they themselves have thought up and very much resemble the cockerel weathervane from the fairy tale "Our Everything" by AS. Pushkin - "The Tale of the Golden Cockerel".
        In general, the summary of today's news on the Internet shows, guys, a rather symptomatic trend - Russia is gaining more and more real political weight and the WORLD is starting to get accustomed to the rules dictated by it.
        In conclusion, I want to offer a link to one very revealing article, colleagues

        I thank Oleg for the review, which allowed me to see many events in a very compressed space. Good luck! drinks
      2. click80
        click80 11 July 2012 21: 07
        Our president probably has relatives, and imagine the situation when this relative is being planted. Personally, I can’t, because it’s fantastic, and with fantasy I don’t really
  2. Kaa
    Kaa 11 July 2012 12: 13
    "The richer and higher-ranking employee, the agency says, the more often he (or she) believes that his or her superiors are spying."
    Do they know the word PARANOJA?
    1. Armata
      Armata 11 July 2012 12: 21
      Quote: Kaa
      Do they know the word PARANOJA?

      They are just familiar with it, if there is something to hide and a snout in glass wool, then paranoia is inevitable.
    2. recitatorus
      recitatorus 11 July 2012 12: 25
      Quote: Kaa
      Do they know the word PARANOJA?

      Yes, they hand over each other like gray geldings !!! Who will begin to suffer, check, watch, when they themselves carry everything! wassat
  3. nokki
    nokki 11 July 2012 12: 18
    Thanks to Oleg for another review. I got acquainted with the opinions of the "comrades" Adomanis and Ruppert. This topic is very familiar to me, for I was engaged in it for some time in the unforgettable times of my service in the Soviet Army.
  4. Tersky
    Tersky 11 July 2012 12: 40
    That Comrade Medvedev will go to Kunashir, then the Chinese will sail near Senkaku: sheer anxiety for Japan. After all, wherever you look, around the Japanese territory. When many are wondering why, after the atomic bombing by the states of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan allowed the presence of American military bases on the Japanese islands, the answer to this question lies on the surface, so that it would be possible to bark at all and put forward territorial pritensies. , Yesterday, US authorities called on the DPRK to respect copyright., let them now sue Kim Jong-un, he will pay them from the first pension, and for each Mickey Mouse separately. Thanks Oleg for the review. Repeated in the assessment of nebudu, everything is as always good
    1. vorobey
      vorobey 11 July 2012 12: 58
      This is all garbage Victor. Japanese soldiers fought in the middle of the 80s. They just did not know that the war was over. They had no order to surrender. Samurai your math.
      1. Kaa
        Kaa 11 July 2012 13: 13
        All real samurai have done seppuku for a long time. And now the samurai has gone wrong, started to fade, more IT technologies and banking are involved, which does not help to strengthen the spirit.
        1. Weekend
          Weekend 11 July 2012 13: 35
          In, it is especially touching when BI masters come to Japan from Russia (to master classes), work with our guys and say - There is more samurai spirit in Russians than in the younger generation of Japanese bully
      2. Tersky
        Tersky 11 July 2012 15: 27
        Quote: vorobey
        They just didn’t know that the war was over.

        Sasha, judging by the statement of the first persons in Japan, it continues for some, just as they experience problems in the sense of time, on 2012 street, and they are still in their forties ..
  5. AK-74-1
    AK-74-1 11 July 2012 13: 36
    Many thanks to Oleg, as always!
    Very interesting position of the Japanese. All sorts of little things constantly smile.
    Sorry for the pilots.
    I believe in the success of the Syrian people.
    So, in short, by events. I hope for a separate review from the author regarding the entry into the WTO.
    1. vorobey
      vorobey 11 July 2012 13: 43
      Quote: AK-74-1
      I hope for a separate review from the author regarding the entry into the WTO.

      I join. since I understand very little about this.
      1. 755962
        755962 11 July 2012 15: 30
        And then there’s nothing to understand .. Entrance-rupe, exit-two ...
      2. AK-74-1
        AK-74-1 11 July 2012 17: 12
        Honestly, I spent 2 months studying materials in the field of agriculture, and the production of agricultural equipment. I am quite satisfied with what I have read. Still, against the background of all this, neutralize the Bretton Woods and Jamaican agreements. As far as I understand, the transition period was taken precisely with the aim of changing the share in the IMF, the World Bank and the WTO itself. Sino-Japanese (Iranian, Indian, Russian, etc.) "currency swaps" are slowly doing their dirty work.
        755962! Greetings, Eugene! Not everything is so desperate. If China, India and Russia manage to create a fundamentally different system for calculating the SDR of the IMF and the World Bank, the WTO may turn out to be a rather promising tool.
        1. esaul
          esaul 11 July 2012 18: 59

          Andrey, welcome, colleague, and join your conclusions! I also spoke about this earlier, I am saying it now, but for those politicians who are interested in finding the reasons (it doesn’t matter - objective or sucked out of the finger - the main thing is to present it more terrible and more compromising) pour another tub of dirty political slop towards the current government, the whole situation with accession to the WTO presented exclusively in a negative light. I always recall the example of China. The Chinese entered the WTO, and now they are shaking them out of there! When it’s profitable for them, they put up barriers and no one among their WTO counterparts dares to give it in the face for that, they just have enough urine. The potential of China is its guaranteed impunity. The potential of Russia (both political, raw, and economic) already at the entry stage gave it the opportunity to provide itself with a grace period of entry, it will make it possible to defend its I in the future.
          I often recall all the hysterics that rolled in the Duma before the crisis over the Stabilization Fund. How hysterically and pathetically Zyuganov exclaimed - "Billions of people's money, piled up in a jar for an incomprehensible purpose, which could be used to improve the economy and rise, etc., etc. ..." ! But only after this money-box allowed the country to go through this difficult period without any particular shocks, more comrade. Zyuganov does not aim at Svyatoye. Now he has only one swan, overplayed song with the same hackneyed words - "Fuck all the polymers!"
        2. 755962
          755962 11 July 2012 19: 59
          Quote: AK-74-1
          If China, India and Russia will succeed

          We have all the time like that, if only .... We need to learn wisdom and cunning from China. They spit from a high bell tower on barrage duties. Will it turn out like this with us? I think not.
  6. Neutral
    Neutral 11 July 2012 13: 37
    Almost 50% say they were reprimanded for searching the Internet for better work during working hours

    What did they think?
    What will they be awarded for this prize ???

    Nemtsov's ravings.
    As I imagine that this game could become the prime minister, cold sweat breaks through.
    1. Trapperxnumx
      Trapperxnumx 11 July 2012 16: 56
      Quote: Zangezur
      As I imagine that this game could become the prime minister, cold sweat breaks through.

      This is not him, this is her. But their logic is the same (equally absent). Probably relatives laughing
  7. ariy_t
    ariy_t 11 July 2012 13: 58
    thus, while freedom-loving America is worried about kGB office oppression in Russia, its own democracy, which George Orwell (who did not mean the Soviet Union at all) very accurately described in 1948, tightens the nuts even tighter.
    So much for bloody democracy in person .... With all the attributes of totalitarianism.
  8. iphopchik
    iphopchik 11 July 2012 14: 37
    1. vorobey
      vorobey 11 July 2012 14: 50
      Brother, who are you talking to now? Maybe pickle?
      1. vorobey
        vorobey 11 July 2012 17: 00
        On a minus minus the brand new. Still masters the buttons.
        1. 755962
          755962 11 July 2012 20: 17
          In gives iphopchik one koment and already corporal .... vorobey my greetings to you. It's fun with you. good drinks wink
  9. Very smart
    Very smart 11 July 2012 19: 28
    Article as always - respect to the author!
    Syrians - well done !!! Urine them all !!!
    Finally, our ships went to sea. I wrote last week that this is simply necessary. And pestilence. the infantry will cover the base from all kinds of freaks.
    And the Japs just went too far - it's time to punish. Well, the Chinese are not a miss. There are a whole bunch of these islands and whose where - is not always clear.
  10. sxn278619
    sxn278619 11 July 2012 19: 40
    Everyone who sits in working hours in the forums must be fired. Well done Americans. Our oligarchs need to take an example from them.
  11. sergo0000
    sergo0000 11 July 2012 20: 57
    Thanks to Oleg for the review! I read it with pleasure. I almost forgot, Yesaul for the reference +++! Thanks Valery! wink
  12. Captain45
    Captain45 11 July 2012 21: 05
    Quote: sxn278619
    Everyone who sits in working hours in the forums must be fired.

    A sensible proposal, how much any g ... vna on the forums would be less. And they don’t do either x..ra during working hours, only g.but they throw it on the fan. Plus for the idea.
  13. Yarbay
    Yarbay 11 July 2012 21: 33
    Very interesting selection!
    Thanks to the author!
  14. Alx1miK
    Alx1miK 11 July 2012 23: 51
    The Japs are soon getting lost and we will drop into Tokyo in a tank under the guise of Chinese fighters ....
  15. not good
    not good 12 July 2012 01: 00
    Entrance to Tartus is necessary from any point of view. Especially considering that the PB practically died from a lack of funding and downsizing. There really are now 2 people in the service at the sunken floating pier. Glory stool.
  16. Black Colonel
    Black Colonel 12 July 2012 09: 49
    But it will not work with a Russian-Italian helicopter as with a joint Yak-130? recourse