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Peacekeeper Putin. Future Nobel Peace Prize Laureate?

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Project "ZZ". In the spring of 2020, the US Army will transfer thousands of its soldiers to Europe. New exercises will show the Kremlin: the West is still full of strength. While the Americans rattle weapons, in Russia they talk about the world. Moreover, there are suggestions that they want to nominate President Putin for the Nobel Peace Prize. According to Sergei Markov, Secretary General of the Russian-Turkish public forum, there is no better candidate for a prestigious award today.




America will save Europe from the Russians. At own expense


The scenario for the upcoming 2020 exercises in Europe is clearly built on the Russian threat.

The “operation” may begin with interruptions in electronic banking and false messages “about violence against Russian minorities,” Berlin political correspondent Peter Carstens writes enthusiastically in a German publication «Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung» (FAZ). Organized demonstrations would then lead to street clashes; armed “bizarre volunteers” would rush across the border — then to defend women and children. Finally, something like a “military march” would happen along this border. Similar scenarios “concern Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania”. And they "demand a response from Europe." “And from the USA,” the journalist concludes.

Is America ready to protect Europe from an emergency attack? The journalist recalls Donald Trump, who reproached Germany for his insufficient contribution to the cause of NATO, and then proceeds to assess the strength of the Baltic countries. According to him, the military of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania alone, that is, without outside help, could defend no more than two days. Therefore, they can only hope for NATO, said Peter Carstens.

Remembering the Ukrainian events of the 2014 year, NATO is strengthening its power in Europe. Three battalions under the command of the British, Canadians and Germans were deployed in the Baltic republics. Airspace plow NATO planes. An “aggressor” (meaning Russian forces) must be aware that when attacking parts of NATO, he will have to face the full power of the alliance.

True, this is reassuring under one condition: if the help indicated does indeed come, and will come quickly.

According to General Christopher Cavoli (commander of the US Army in Europe), the time has come for a new large-scale move. In the spring of 2020, the U.S. Army is about to transfer over twenty thousand of its soldiers to Eastern Europe. Over the past 25 years, nothing like this has happened in Europe. The Defender 2020 maneuvers will become the largest exercises in the quarter century with the transfer of troops. Thirty seven thousand participants in the exercises, thirty-three thousand, will arrive on the eastern flank of NATO together with the armed forces and soldiers already stationed here from a dozen allied states tanks, units of armored vehicles, trucks and containers. No, it’s not Europeans who pay for all this. As reported in the material, US troop transfer funding is approved by the US Congress.

While Americans and Europeans train in war, Russians reflect on peace.

For world peace. Nobel Prize for Putin?


There are suggestions that Russian President Vladimir Putin intends to nominate for the Nobel Peace Prize. According to Sergey Markov, Secretary General of the Russian-Turkish Forum, there is simply no better candidate for a prestigious award today.



Anna Nemtsova in the material for "Daily Beast"entitled “A Nobel Peace Prize for Vladimir Putin? That's the Talk in Moscow ”(clearly and without translation), writes that for people living outside of Russia behind the film of that“ huge bubble of admiration that swells around President Vladimir Putin ”, it’s hard to believe in“history»About Putin and the Nobel Peace Prize. However, in Russia, the author notes, apparently, there is a movement for Putin's nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize.

Nemtsova colorfully imagines how such a nomination (“a dossier on a former KGB officer”) could look “from the outside”. Will the list include “the world of graves imposed on civilians during the second Chechen war at the beginning of Putin’s presidency?” Or will the nomination be based on “support for quasi-states separated from the Republic of Georgia?” Or will it include “annexation of Crimea and inciting a separatist war in Ukraine,” which continues to this day? ”Or, perhaps, the journalist continues, it will be about a victory in Syria, where Putin“ is a strong supporter of Assad’s dictatorship, which killed hundreds of thousands of people, while half the country's population Gateway to internally displaced persons and exiles? "

This is the opinion of the journalist. But here is another opinion.

General Secretary of the Russian-Turkish Public Forum Sergei Markov, close to the Kremlin, told The Daily Beast that there is no better candidate for a prestigious award than Putin.

“Most Russian government officials find that President Putin deserves the Nobel Peace Prize for saving the world from a nuclear war during the Ukraine crisis in 2014 — for restraint and non-introduction of Russian troops into the cities of Kharkov, Dnepropetrovsk, cities populated by Russians,” Markov said and added: “Of course, Putin should be given a bonus for resolving the Turkish-Kurdish conflict, which threatened to take thousands of lives.”

“Forget about the attempts of US President Donald trump to get a credit of trust for a ceasefire agreement with Ankara,” says Nemtsova with malice. “Putin’s supporters in Moscow believe that only Putin managed to find a solution and negotiate a deal with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who prevented Turkish-Kurdish bloodshed.”

She further cites Alexei Venediktov, editor-in-chief of Ekho Moskvy radio station. High-level sources told him that Putin’s deal in Syria was like a “new Camp David agreement.” Thus, Venediktov puts these achievements on a par with the 1978 agreement of the year, concluded with the mediation of President Jimmy Carter and ending the war between Israel and Egypt.

The Russian leader, Nemtsov believes, has sought to receive the Nobel Prize for "many years." Ever since the Time magazine named Putin “Person of the Year” in 2007, Kremlin ideologists have argued that the West recognizes Putin as an outstanding peacemaker.

Putin’s greatest achievement in this regard probably occurred in the 2013 year, the author continues when US President Obama pondered the possibility of delivering major military strikes against the Bashar al-Assad regime (“retaliatory strike for using chemical weapons”), and Putin came up with a peace plan. First of all, "he convinced Assad to admit that he had a chemical arsenal, which he had never done before," says Nemtsova. Assad then agreed to a U.S. inspection. According to all reports, the vast majority of terrible weapons were destroyed. At that time, "it seemed to be a prevention of a major war and, therefore, a road to peace." Therefore, Nemtsova writes further, at the beginning of 2014, the Russian human rights group “International Academy of Spiritual Unity and Cooperation of Peoples” nominated Putin for the prize.

However, quite a lot of time passes between the nominations at the beginning of the year and the awards at the end of the year. The journalist again writes about the "capture" of Crimea, its "annexation" and its introduction into Russia. What followed was "support for separatist rebels in eastern Ukraine." The death toll, the author writes, soon reached thousands; hundreds of thousands of people were displaced.

The Nobel Committee awarded the 2014 Prize of the Year to Kailash Satyarti and Malale Yusufzai.

As for the Kurds in Syria, Nemtsov quotes President Putin’s press secretary Dmitry Peskov, who recently said that over the past few years, the United States has been the closest ally of the Kurds and eventually abandoned them and actually betrayed. “Of course, the United States looks stupid and insidious,” the journalist puts in her five cents. “But some analysts think it's too early for Russia to gloat.”

For example, David Aaron Miller of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace says that Russia's achievements cannot be overestimated. Moscow is now at the helm of a ruined country, and it will take years and billions to restore it. The rogue regime in Syria will continue to “repel the majority of the Sunni population.” In addition, the Russians are “fettered by responsibility” in the corners of the Syrian-Turkish-Kurdish triangle. In addition, the Israeli-Iranian conflict looms.

Tania Lokshin, deputy director of Europe and Central Asia for Human Rights Watch, went even further, saying in her commentary for the publication that the very idea of ​​presenting Putin with the Nobel Peace Prize is ridiculous, because over the years of the “dirty war in Syria "the Russian military" violated international law by using illegal weapons to bomb hospitals and clinics. "

“However, the dream is still alive, revived by the agreement on the withdrawal of Kurds from the area near the Turkish border,” Nemtsova writes. In evidence of her “living dream,” she cites a message from the Russian site riafan.ru, which states that foreigners are offering to award Putin the Nobel Peace Prize in Syria. ”

Such a message, note in conclusion, really exists. Here link. However, the note deals only with a few readers from the Internet. Readers with a British residence permit. Where these readers come from is completely incomprehensible. The publication reports about them like this: "Foreign Network Users."

As for the "official" nomination, then about this same site писал last year. In May 2018, the head of the State Duma Committee on Defense Vladimir Shamanov at the opening of the exhibition “Establishing the Fates of Missing Defenders of the Fatherland. Immortal Regiment "said that public and political organizations in Russia plan to start collecting signatures for the nomination of Vladimir Putin for the Nobel Peace Prize. According to Shamanov, Putin personifies the international movement Immortal Regiment, whose goal is to preserve the memory of the liberating heroes who defeated the fascist army.
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  1. Far B
    Far B 4 November 2019 05: 51
    +39
    Somehow somehow the peace prize over the past decades has ceased to add respect at all, IMHO. Especially after she was awarded Mechny (which did not stop him from continuing to advertise pizza. A penny to a penny, cho). Takshta generally doesn’t care who they reward her onet.
    1. 210ox
      210ox 4 November 2019 06: 57
      +27
      Not understood. Do I really have a sense of humor? Did I read the feuilleton?
      1. Basil50
        Basil50 4 November 2019 07: 09
        +18
        You're right. After Abama and other equally odd Nobel Prize winners, this is ridiculous and nasty
        So there, while receiving a prize in the ritual, you still need to dance in front of the Swedish king and his family.
        By the way, Perelman refused to even be nominated precisely because of his unwillingness to humiliate himself.
        1. Proxima
          Proxima 4 November 2019 07: 28
          +19
          It is clear why Leo Tolstoy refused stop from the nobel! He subconsciously guessed that he would be on a par with fools .. like Gorbachev! lol
          1. Stas157
            Stas157 4 November 2019 07: 35
            +19
            . in Ukraine in 2014 - for restraint and non-introduction of Russian troops into the cities of Kharkov, Dnepropetrovsk, cities inhabited by Russian people, ”said Markov

            For rejecting the idea of ​​New Russia, rejecting the Russian Spring after the arrival of the Swiss Accountant. Well, the Western world for refusing such a worthy goal may well write a Nobel Prize. Just like it was with Gorbachev when he gave up interests.

            Here you can add such a good initiative as a hasty departure from Georgia (called the Compulsion for Peace) after the arrival of Sarkozy.
            1. depressant
              depressant 4 November 2019 12: 48
              +15
              Colleagues, let's be precise. If you mean Grigory Yakovlevich Perelman, then he refused the Millennium Prize, which he was awarded by the Clay Mathematical Institute for proving the validity of the Poincare conjecture. According to the will of its founder, mathematicians are not awarded the Nobel Prize - that is still a dirty family history!
              In fact, truly great people are modest. Remember the modesty of I.V. Stalin.
              Modesty is not characteristic of current politicians. They definitely need official international recognition in the form of a sign (Forbes magazine, Nobel’s book, etc.) in order not only to amuse pride, to be convinced of the serious influence on the world, but also as a justification of their actions to the people of their own country. How shallow!
              And ... I don’t think it’s a lot of honor to be on a par with such figures as Barack Obama and others. Thus signing up for the odious.
              1. Shurik70
                Shurik70 4 November 2019 20: 05
                +6
                Quote: depressant
                I don’t think it’s a lot of honor to be on a par with such figures as Barack Obama and others. Thus signing up for the odious.

                The row is good ...
                Austin Chamberlain (for supporting the civil war in Russia),
                Andrei Sakharov (for pouring mud on the USSR),
                Mikhail Gorbachev (for the collapse of the USSR),
                Jimmy Carter (for organizing and financing terrorism in Afghanistan),
                Barack Obama (for organizing the bloodiest wars after WWII and supporting terrorism)
                The Nobel Prize has long been polluted by politics. I do not blame those who receive it (different circumstances happen in life, when you die of thirst - you get drunk from a dirty puddle). But those who refused - I understand completely. They want to stay clean.
        2. Mountain shooter
          Mountain shooter 4 November 2019 14: 15
          +2
          Quote: Vasily50
          By the way, Perelman refused to even be nominated precisely because of his unwillingness to humiliate himself

          There is no Nobel Prize in Mathematics. Perelman refused another award. True, no less prestigious. And to receive the Nobel Peace Prize, becoming on a par with the "Labeled" - is not worth it! IMHO
        3. Basil50
          Basil50 4 November 2019 16: 06
          0
          This is yes, confused. I just watched different award rituals and why they are very similar, that's settled. The whole difference is that you need to dance before the king, then before those who appointed themselves to the world elites.
        4. Avior
          Avior 4 November 2019 23: 39
          0
          By the way Perelman refused to even be nominated

          no Nobel for mathematicians.
          and the Nobel Peace Prize is awarded by Norway, not Sweden
        5. Crane
          Crane 5 November 2019 18: 43
          -1
          By the way Perelman refused to even be nominated
          ======
          What nonsense? Perelman refused the Nobel? How did they promise her mathematics?
          OMG
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      3. The leader of the Redskins
        The leader of the Redskins 4 November 2019 07: 49
        +14
        In any case, the Markov deflection, I think, will be counted!) laughing
      4. Reptiloid
        Reptiloid 4 November 2019 08: 06
        +8
        Quote: 210ox
        Not understood. Do I really have a sense of humor? Did I read the feuilleton?

        And me too!!!! Good morning, dear namesake! hi And why listen to the fantasies of Nemtsova and Lakshina? Just make fun of them.
        And how did Russian officials learn bully about the alleged nobel? Only humor, nothing personal wassat
  2. capsid
    capsid 4 November 2019 05: 52
    +20
    Such a prize is given only for the collapse. Once put forward, then there is something to hand in.
    1. carstorm 11
      carstorm 11 4 November 2019 05: 55
      -10
      nobody is pushing anyone. read carefully.
      1. DEDPIHTO
        DEDPIHTO 4 November 2019 07: 58
        +18
        Quote: carstorm 11
        nobody is pushing anyone. read carefully.

        There is no smoke without fire. He still leases @ dishes this one, Russian-Turkish, and he doesn’t get out of the central TV channels, he sticks out in all political shows ..
        According to Sergei Markov, Secretary General of the Russian-Turkish Forum, there is simply no better candidate for a prestigious award today.
        So the guarantor will be moved along with Gorbachev and Obama .. winked
        1. carstorm 11
          carstorm 11 4 November 2019 08: 14
          -1
          Who is Markov in the topic of nominating candidates for this award? he has his own opinion and why I do not understand how to take it for an axiom.
          1. DEDPIHTO
            DEDPIHTO 4 November 2019 08: 46
            +9
            You can ask this question as well. Markov edros and far from the last, and you? Compare your and his desire (opinion) and the ability to implement it.
            1. carstorm 11
              carstorm 11 4 November 2019 08: 54
              -3
              not allowed. he is initially stupid. there is a person who has an opinion. and there are hundreds with other opinions. Why exactly does this comrade have a special opinion? he does not nominate for a reward and has no influence on it. he does not vote. he just sees it. Well, let.
    2. Karen
      Karen 4 November 2019 09: 06
      +11
      Quote: capsid
      Such a prize is given only for the collapse. Once put forward, then there is something to hand in.

      Probably, there is already another "award" named after Hetman Mazepa ... For outstanding inaction ...
  3. elfik
    elfik 4 November 2019 06: 02
    +10
    I won’t be surprised if he receives this award (for the discharge of Donbass). I remember the Judea Gorbachov also received it from her dear partners
    1. bandabas
      bandabas 4 November 2019 08: 12
      -23
      Respected. With all my attitude to Putin, from Humpbacked, he is very different in all categories. And, Donbass successfully merge people like you. Lovers of couch reasoning.
      1. bandabas
        bandabas 7 November 2019 15: 01
        -1
        ABOUT! How many sofa cons! Hello couch lovers of world prizes!
  4. Same lech
    Same lech 4 November 2019 06: 03
    +4
    The Russian leader, Nemtsov believes, has been striving to get the Nobel Prize for "many years."
    The value of this award is zero ...

    In 1943, the Third Reich propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels received a gold Nobel medal for a prize in literature. However, he was not elected laureate. He received a gold medal as a gift from the Norwegian writer Knut Hamsun. This laureate for five years actively supported the German occupation of Norway and even in May 1945 wrote an obituary about Hitler’s death, where he called him “the greatest fighter for the freedom of peoples.” Thus, among the winners of the Nobel Prize there are active Nazis.

    https://riafan.ru/562976-nobelevskie-premii-kak-instrument-nacizma-lzhi-i-nekompetentnosti
    1. Avior
      Avior 4 November 2019 23: 48
      0
      Knut Hamsun was 1943 years old in 83.
      Grandpa has long been weakened by the mind.
      He received the prize in 1920 for the novel The fruits of the earth, in which there is not the slightest hint of Nazism and so on.
      He supported the Germans, as he fought with Anglo-Saxon culture.
  5. Thrifty
    Thrifty 4 November 2019 06: 27
    +3
    Oleg, used to be a fart, or rather Yelstoun, will be banged in the United States than Putin officially nominated for the Nobel Prize. ...
  6. aszzz888
    aszzz888 4 November 2019 06: 46
    -1
    Moreover, there are suggestions that they want to nominate President Putin for the Nobel Peace Prize.

    Do not miss him at the Nobel Prize.
  7. Valery Valery
    Valery Valery 4 November 2019 07: 22
    -7
    If Putin is given this incomprehensible prize, he will refuse !!
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  8. bandabas
    bandabas 4 November 2019 08: 08
    +1
    And he needs it - to fall into a bunch of individuals to the cause of peace having an absolutely opposite relationship?
  9. Boris55
    Boris55 4 November 2019 08: 25
    -3
    The Nobel Committee has long been completely ideologized (there are lots of examples), and therefore talking about allegedly presenting this prize to their enemies - Putin, and he is an enemy for them, this must be very imaginative.
    1. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 4 November 2019 10: 22
      +2
      Quote: Boris55
      it must be very imaginative

      Or not to break away from the "green snake" for a week.
  10. nikolai.kolya
    nikolai.kolya 4 November 2019 08: 29
    -3
    After the phrase `` Sergei Markov '' did not read further ...
  11. NBV
    NBV 4 November 2019 08: 37
    +5
    "Peacemaker Putin. Future Nobel Peace Prize Laureate?"
    Thanks VO - immediately fell asleep! Good joke.
  12. Private89
    Private89 4 November 2019 08: 44
    +17
    Mr. President is successfully following the path of Gorbi.
    1. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 4 November 2019 10: 18
      -4
      Quote: Private 89
      Mr. President is successfully following the path of Gorbi.

      He does not have such a path, for already before him the "marked" had betrayed everything, and the "kultyapkin" sold out.
  13. Prisoner
    Prisoner 4 November 2019 09: 12
    0
    If even a thousand times they deserve these mongrels, the GDP will not give a premium. Already mattresses will try. The peace prize is given not for merit, but for deflection in front of the pins and their hangers-on.
  14. Berkut24
    Berkut24 4 November 2019 09: 55
    +3
    In the list of peacekeepers, Nobel now has such thugs that decent people have nothing to do there. Yes, and the inventor of dynamite in a coffin tossing and turning looking at this list.
  15. Ironcity
    Ironcity 4 November 2019 10: 14
    -1
    Most Russian government officials find President Putin deserves Nobel Peace Prize

    The beginning is powerful, officials, they are those whom they will not advise in vain. But further cooler
    for saving the world from a nuclear war during the crisis in Ukraine in 2014 - for restraint and non-introduction of Russian troops into the cities of Kharkov, Dnepropetrovsk

    This is straight from the anecdote: "... I went on and on, but I could have slashed a little." He did not invade a neighboring country, 20 years on a nuclear button, and never used it. But he could! Peacemaker, well, the fool of the world is straight. Even if you take it in the mausoleum during your lifetime, put it in recognition of merit.
    2 beers to Mr. Markov and Nobel for trolling.
  16. tihonmarine
    tihonmarine 4 November 2019 10: 14
    +1
    America will save Europe from the Russians. At own expense
    Protecting Europe from Europe itself is a business, but you have to pay for protection. So America is doing its business, and Europe, let the chipper drop off to pay for Uncle Sam’s services.
    1. parusnik
      parusnik 4 November 2019 10: 54
      +1
      Protecting Europe from Europe itself is a business, but you have to pay for protection.

      An approximate dialogue between the United States and Europe in which the US bases and troops are located:
      - Are you aware that there is a Russian threat? Europe looking back at the US troops, yes, yes of course we know! So, next year we will conduct maneuvers with the participation of our additional contingent and at your expense. Any questions? Silence. No questions ... Make money ....
  17. Armata T-14
    Armata T-14 4 November 2019 10: 56
    -10
    Putin deserves 5 Nobel Peace and 10 titles of the hero of Russia
    1. Good_Anonymous
      Good_Anonymous 4 November 2019 11: 10
      +6
      Quote: Armata T-14
      Putin deserves 5 Nobel Peace and 10 titles of the hero of Russia


      ... and this is only in the last week
    2. Kenxnumx
      Kenxnumx 4 November 2019 15: 11
      +9
      There is a proven Roman version. Deification.
      1. Alf
        Alf 4 November 2019 22: 01
        +4
        Quote: Ken71
        There is a proven Roman version. Deification.

        Already.


        Reminds Caesar. Here are just those in the second photo who clearly don’t remember or don’t want to remember what Caesar ended up with in March.
  18. The Siberian barber
    The Siberian barber 4 November 2019 12: 49
    +4
    The value of any award is determined by the fact: from "whose hands" this award, and the list of awarded, previously
  19. Ros 56
    Ros 56 4 November 2019 12: 53
    -1
    Lies Nemtsov, like all liberals, no movements publicly exist. In a couple, three years we’ll see, but the prerequisites for the results of actions in the same Syria are available.
  20. Kenxnumx
    Kenxnumx 4 November 2019 13: 24
    0
    By 2013, the number of US troops in Europe reached a minimum. The armies of NATO countries have degraded and actively decommissioned or transferred military equipment to the reserve. And then something happened. No one will remind that
  21. evgen1221
    evgen1221 4 November 2019 17: 08
    +2
    And where will the brave American soldier go after the exercises in the 20th year?
  22. _Ugene_
    _Ugene_ 4 November 2019 19: 58
    +1
    There are suggestions that Russian President Vladimir Putin intends to nominate for the Nobel Peace Prize.
    it’s better not to be on a par with the last awarded, rather an insult than a reward
  23. sergo1914
    sergo1914 4 November 2019 20: 24
    +4
    Does the Nobel Prize provide immunity for criminal prosecution? Eh ... Vovka ... Vovka ...
  24. armata_armata
    armata_armata 5 November 2019 03: 11
    +2
    Moreover, there are suggestions that they want to nominate President Putin for the Nobel Peace Prize

    Just like Mikhail Sergeyevich, perhaps even for his merits in continuing his work ...
  25. Depytat
    Depytat 5 November 2019 04: 17
    +1
    But does the Nobel Committee know about the existence of Markov’s lyophobus, the nominee? laughing
    But for such a deflection, they can also let Roskosmos steer ... it won’t be worse that way, then there’s nowhere to just fellow
  26. Sapsan136
    Sapsan136 5 November 2019 10: 25
    0
    Gorbachev and the people of Yeltsin are a bad company, you can kiss them before the collapse of the Russian Federation ...
  27. Brigadier
    Brigadier 6 November 2019 22: 53
    +1
    Putin is clearly worthy of the Nobel Prize.
    Just as Gorbachev and Abama were worthy of her!
    And Putin will stand on a par with these "worthy people", because he is also the same "worthy"!

    And if someone does not believe that he is "worthy", then remember that it was in the era of his leadership that some "actions" were carried out in Russia:
    - "pension reform",
    - general "optimization of hospitals and social. institutions",
    - total impoverishment of the Russian population,
    - a sharply increased number of taxes and their increased cost to the population,
    - the widespread closure of the enterprise and throwing people out onto the street, etc.

    And besides, he is a true friend to his close and wealthy friends. Yes Yes!
    And if someone does not believe, then remember that Russia is the only country in the world, in which, despite everything, a progressive tax is not introduced, obliging the rich to pay more on their incomes than a simple half-witted Russian citizen.
    There is everywhere in the world, and he believes that this is not necessary for Russia. Here he is such a loyal friend!

    So, I’ll say frankly and frankly: Putin is definitely worthy of the Nobel Prize.
    So same as Gorbachev and Obama!
    wassat lol laughing tongue good drinks wink
  28. Awaz
    Awaz 10 November 2019 08: 02
    0
    The Nobel Prize is a fairly corrupt prize and no one will give it to Putin. And recently, the Peace Prize has been given not so much for peaceful affairs, but rather for bloody crimes ...
  29. Litexa
    Litexa 11 November 2019 22: 18
    0
    What is a nobel? The Hague court awaits him ..