Iranian President Called Losses From Economic Sanctions

Iranian President Called Losses From Economic Sanctions

The Iranian president announced data on the damage caused to the country's economy due to the impact of foreign sanctions. We are talking about the sanction pressure that is organized by the United States. First of all, it is a ban on the export of Iranian oil to a number of Western (and not only Western) countries.


Hassan Rouhani noted that in two years Iran’s economy was missing at least $ 200 billion, of which 50 percent is direct revenue to the budget from the sale of oil abroad.

Iranian President:

The other half of this huge amount is foreign investment, which is currently virtually blocked.

According to Hassan Rouhani, Iran today continues to live in a war that "the Iranians did not choose and did not start."

The Iranian president accused the United States of America and Israel of economic problems of the country, noting that the annual losses from their economic pressure exceed two and a half Iranian budgets.

At the same time, Rouhani added that despite all the aggression that these states are showing against Iran, Iran continues to develop - even in difficult economic conditions.

Rouhani:

They considered that our state under their pressure would not be able to function normally. But we disappointed them. And we will continue to disappoint.

Recall that the United States returned the sanctions regime, despite the diplomatic success achieved in signing the so-called nuclear deal.
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  1. Dmitry Donskoy 2 January 2020 14: 46 New
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    Oh, these sanctions. Weak states are hard to deal with alone. That's why you need to be strong and independent and then do not care about mattresses from the high Eiffel Tower. yes
    1. Positiv 2 January 2020 14: 59 New
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      Hassan Rouhani noted that in two years Iran’s economy was missing at least $ 200 billion

      These are little things you Iranians .. That's how much we lost in Russia, then no one can count .. Afraid of rebellion!
      1. Yaro Polk 2 January 2020 15: 21 New
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        Putin spoke at a press conference, like around 600, what kind of rebellion is he afraid of?
        And the people generally pumped up from a high bell tower, you would even google the pictures, there are tons of memes about it, the people are trolling and proud of these sanctions, but CRIME OUR, and this is priceless. laughing
        1. Positiv 2 January 2020 15: 26 New
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          Quote: Yaro Polk
          Putin spoke at a press conference, like around 600, what kind of rebellion is he afraid of?

          Russian !!!!!
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          2. rocket757 2 January 2020 16: 36 New
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            Naive, from the word suck and the Russian people do not know / do not understand at all.
            1. D-ug 2 January 2020 16: 58 New
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              Quote: rocket757
              Russian people

              The Russian people do not exist in principle.
              It happens the Russian people.
              And the Russian nation.
              1. rocket757 2 January 2020 17: 18 New
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                Without going into philology and ethnography ... let's just say we are the RUSSIAN PEOPLE, those who are Mother for Russia! comprende?
                1. D-ug 2 January 2020 18: 07 New
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                  Quote: rocket757
                  we are RUSSIAN PEOPLE

                  And again - the Russian people do not exist.
                  It happens the Russian people.
                  And the Russian nation.
                  1. Shurik70 2 January 2020 18: 35 New
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                    in two years, Iran’s economy was missing at least $ 200 billion ... half of this huge amount is foreign investment, which is currently virtually blocked

                    Well, who is voicing this out loud? This is, in fact, recognition that sanctions are effective, and recognition in front of their people. As if not an Asian politician, but some simple hot Finnish guy.
                    We must say: "Foreign investors have lost the opportunity for profitable investments worth more than $ 100 billion." The same thing is said, but from a completely different angle!
                    And it is necessary to add that at the end of the second year of sanctions, already half of the blocked import is released by domestic analogues.
              2. pru-pavel 2 January 2020 19: 09 New
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                Do not be so categorical. Russia is an ethnonym of Scandinavian origin. And Russia is all the same ethnonym Rus. Only already borrowed in Greek. So called Byzantines simply. And we repeated this pronunciation from them, adopted it. This is a fairly common phenomenon.
                1. D-ug 2 January 2020 19: 14 New
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                  Quote: pru-pavel
                  And Russia is the same ethnonym Rus.

                  Ничего подобного.
                  Russia and Russia are different countries. The capital of Russia has always been in Kiev.
                  The capital of Russia has always been in St. Petersburg (then a little in Petrograd).
                  1. pru-pavel 2 January 2020 19: 15 New
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                    Well, you are politicizing too much. Not understanding the etymology of these ethnonyms. And they have one, whether you want it or not.
                    1. D-ug 2 January 2020 19: 35 New
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                      Quote: pru-pavel
                      And they have one, whether you want it or not.

                      Whether I want it or not, Russia and Russia are different states.
                      In fairness, it must be said that the ancestors of those who are called Russians today also lived in big Russia (for clarity, they call it Ancient Russia). But then the Moscow principality (with comrades), having not accepted Orthodoxy, into which part of Russia with the capital in Kiev was baptized, decided to separate from the princely throne in Kiev. After a short period of time, these "separatists" converted to Islam in peak of Orthodox Russia (it was impossible to convert to Catholicism, it was used by other "enemies", Poles), after which their state became known as Moscow Tartaria. And after the seizure of vast lands in the east (up to the Pacific Ocean), the Great (Mughal in Greek) Tartaria.
                      Later Rusich-Muslims (Tartars) captured Russia too. From the point of view of the Russian Orthodox Church, it was a yoke.
                      1. pru-pavel 2 January 2020 19: 40 New
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                        And who exactly were the Muslims there? Which Russian princes converted to Islam?
                      2. D-ug 2 January 2020 19: 48 New
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                        Quote: pru-pavel
                        And who exactly was Muslim there. Which Russian princes converted to Islam?

                        All. All these .... khans and Batu with the Mamai, these are local princes (only khans already).
                        Tartaria was a Muslim country.
                        But the princes of Russia fought with them. Those. Ukrainians, in modern language.
                      3. pru-pavel 2 January 2020 19: 58 New
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                        Batu for example Genghiside. Mongol. They are as local as Arabs in France.
                      4. D-ug 2 January 2020 20: 07 New
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                        Quote: pru-pavel
                        Batu for example Chingizid. Mongol.

                        Gee-gee-gee.
                        For some time, there have never been any Mongols. While Catherine did not decide to build the Third Rome in Russia. After which the Mongols were also invented. And the Mongol-Tatars. And a lot of stuff.
                        The Mongols of the Manchu were persuaded to be called "Soviet comrades" already in the 20th century. They also "persuaded" the Chinese comrades to do the same.
                        But the Japanese were not "persuaded". Therefore, those, partially capturing China in the 30s, on the lands of Manchurian created their state of Manzhou-go (Manchuria).
                        And so, all the way, in Asia, the Mongols were called Manchus (self-designation of the Khalkha). Moreover, in Great Tartary they were called China. The Chinese were inhabitants of the Great Tartaria, which built the Great Wall of China (by the forces of the Chinese) against the raids of the Hani tribes (this is in Kiat, like the Russians in Russia) from the south.
                        Beijing (now Beijin), if anything, it’s like a Manchurian city. It is north of the Chinese wall.
                      5. pru-pavel 2 January 2020 20: 10 New
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                        Well, that's fine. While the Black Sea was invented in Ukraine, the Mongols were invented in Russia. Who studied what
                      6. D-ug 2 January 2020 20: 12 New
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                        Quote: pru-pavel
                        the Mongols were invented in Russia.

                        They were invented a long time ago. Back in the time of Catherine. Five Germans whose names are well known.
                    2. pru-pavel 2 January 2020 20: 12 New
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                      In general, the Mongols and Munchuzhurs are different ethnic groups. Mongolian is very different from Manchu. And he died out, unlike the Mongolian. however, you still won’t believe it.
                    3. D-ug 2 January 2020 20: 14 New
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                      Quote: pru-pavel
                      In general, the Mongols and Munchuzhurs are different ethnic groups.

                      The same.
                      Quote: pru-pavel
                      Mongolian from Manchu is very different.

                      Manchurians, big people. Adverbs may vary, of course.
                      Quote: pru-pavel
                      And he died out, unlike the Mongolian.

                      T.N. Mongolia, this is just a piece of Manchuria that China has deprived of the USSR from China.
                      There is nothing more remarkable in the MPR.
                    4. pru-pavel 2 January 2020 20: 34 New
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                      Manchurian language belongs to the Tungus languages. This is not Mongolian at all. It is a language close to Evenki language
                    5. D-ug 2 January 2020 20: 40 New
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                      Quote: pru-pavel
                      Manchurian language belongs to the Tungus languages. This is not Mongolian at all.

                      So you just do not tell the Chinese that the Manchurians (Mongols) of the Mongol People’s Republic are not those Manchurians (Mongols) who live in Inner Mongolia of the PRC. They are still worried that the USSR has deprived them of the MPR.
  • Piramidon 2 January 2020 15: 35 New
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    Quote: Dmitry Donskoy
    Oh, these sanctions. Weak states are hard to deal with alone. That's why you need to be strong and independent and then do not care about mattresses from the high Eiffel Tower. yes

    Everyone against whom the mattresses are brandishing their “sanctions club” needs to unite, and not oppose their sanctions separately.
    1. rocket757 2 January 2020 16: 40 New
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      Unite who can afford it.
      It’s just that while the opposite side is collectively larger, stronger precisely in the sphere of control of world finances!
  • maidan.izrailovich 2 January 2020 17: 20 New
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    ... Weak states alone are hard to handle ....

    The example of Cuba refutes this claim.
    If in the days of the USSR we helped Cuba, then under EBN we practically abandoned the island of freedom. And they survived.
    And Iran, with its 81 million population, is clearly not a weak state.
  • Evil Booth 2 January 2020 14: 48 New
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    that is half the sanctions is a shot in the leg wassat
    1. NEXUS 2 January 2020 14: 55 New
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      Quote: Evil Booth
      that is half the sanctions is a shot in the leg wassat

      Sanctions, like any other action, have a return effect. And something tells me that as early as this decade, sanctions will begin to be imposed against London and Washington. I'm talking about really painful sanctions for these regimes.
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        1. Mordvin 3 2 January 2020 15: 04 New
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          Quote: Pozitiv
          And our sanctions will be deadly for these bloodsuckers ..

          I doubt it. Well, what can we come up against them?
          1. ender 2 January 2020 15: 06 New
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            probably start with their officials, who have large accounts in Sberbank and luxury real estate in Adler ..
            1. Mordvin 3 2 January 2020 15: 08 New
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              Quote: ender
              probably start with their officials, who have large accounts in Sberbank and luxury real estate in Adler ..

              Ah, ah, ah ... I’ll become a stutter soon ... What kind of officials are these?
              1. ender 2 January 2020 15: 10 New
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                the names of the heroes are not yet known, but something tells me that back in this decade ..
            2. ABM
              ABM 2 January 2020 18: 52 New
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              Quote: mordvin xnumx
              Molotov octails with tubes inside, spontaneously flammable


              and we will drink them ...
          2. Positiv 2 January 2020 15: 11 New
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            Quote: mordvin xnumx
            Quote: Pozitiv
            And our sanctions will be deadly for these bloodsuckers ..

            I doubt it. Well, what can we come up against them?

            In Russia, Vladimir made huge fortunes .. And they are not entirely legal! If all this is raised and legally formalized, as the Jews .. Then we will always have to !!!!!!!!
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          3. parusnik 2 January 2020 15: 25 New
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            I doubt it. Well, what can we come up against them?
            ... In Iran, in the XNUMXth century, the British seized a monopoly on the sale of tobacco and the Iranians quit smoking .. As long as the British did not give up .. So in Russia, they will introduce unprecedented excise taxes on tobacco (they still don’t have their own), excise taxes on carbonated Pepsi, Koki drinks and other products of these manufacturers, we’ll hit Chernogolovka products with these companies ... There are methods against Kostya Saprykin laughing We’ll hit the McDonald's ... Procters and Gambles ... laughing
            1. Mordvin 3 2 January 2020 15: 40 New
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              We’ll hit the McDonald's ... Procters and Gambles ...

              Do not pour salt into nirvana ... I know the history of my city quite well. In 1939, the Third Five Year Plan artel was created. In WWII, they came up with Molotov cocktails with pipes inside, spontaneously igniting. During the retreat, the Germans blew up all the workshops, and on the third day, engineers were already appearing to rebuild the enterprise. Then Khrushch liquidated the artels. All the same, they released Lotus powders, Pearl pastes, and is full of everything. At Mechen there was a Japanese packing line, from above came a command not to mount it. Then they created a joint venture, and then everything went to Procter and Gamble.
  • ximkim 2 January 2020 14: 48 New
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    And Iran itself is not against these sanctions against it, which allows this regime to stay.
    1. asv363 2 January 2020 15: 08 New
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      I can be mistaken, I think this year the presidential election in Iran, in extreme cases - at the beginning of next year. Hassan Rouhani will not be able to run for office. I think the United States and the company will try to rock the situation from the inside.
  • ximkim 2 January 2020 14: 58 New
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    [/ quote] Hassan Rouhani noted that for two years Iran’s economy was missing at least $ 200 billion, of which 50 percent are direct budget revenues from the sale of oil abroad. [quote]
    There is no happiness in oil and gas alone ... Therefore, sanctions are very painful for them .. The young man of Rouhani recognizes the weak points of the budget replenishment ...
  • Professor 2 January 2020 15: 20 New
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    The Iranian president accused the United States of America and Israel of economic problems of the country, noting that the annual losses from their economic pressure exceed two and a half Iranian budgets.

    What a blessing that you can blame someone for your own brainlessness. Well, will non-replaceable leaders blame themselves for the worsening life of the people? The birth rate in Iran is equal to the birth rate in Russia and does not reach the level of reproduction. America and Israel are to blame.
    1. Vadivak 2 January 2020 15: 50 New
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      Quote: Professor
      Fertility in Iran equals fertility in Russia


      the number of births in Russia decreased by 94,4 thousand compared to last year. According to the statistics of the Ministry of Health, Russia has recorded a surge in mortality among the able-bodied population aged 35 to 44 years

      Iran's main demographic indicators for 2019:

      Born: 1 people
      Deceased: 387
      1. Professor 2 January 2020 18: 49 New
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        Quote: Vadivak
        Quote: Professor
        Fertility in Iran equals fertility in Russia


        the number of births in Russia decreased by 94,4 thousand compared to last year. According to the statistics of the Ministry of Health, Russia has recorded a surge in mortality among the able-bodied population aged 35 to 44 years

        Iran's main demographic indicators for 2019:

        Born: 1 people
        Deceased: 387

        Here is the dynamics.

        Data for 2018.
        Iran - 1.9 children per woman;
        RF - 1.6 children per woman.

        Reproduction requires 2.1.
        Quote: sabakina
        Quote: Professor
        The birth rate in Iran is equal to the birth rate in Russia and does not reach the level of reproduction. America and Israel are to blame.

        Professor, sometimes it's better to chew than talk ...

        You know better.

        Quote: mordvin xnumx
        Quote: Professor
        The birth rate in Iran is equal to the birth rate in Russia and does not reach the level of reproduction. America and Israel are to blame.

        Can you, like Socrates, confirm your opinion?

        Islamists are always to blame for America and Israel. wassat
    2. Mordvin 3 2 January 2020 15: 54 New
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      Quote: Professor
      The birth rate in Iran is equal to the birth rate in Russia and does not reach the level of reproduction. America and Israel are to blame.

      Can you, like Socrates, confirm your opinion?
    3. sabakina 2 January 2020 15: 59 New
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      Quote: Professor
      The birth rate in Iran is equal to the birth rate in Russia and does not reach the level of reproduction. America and Israel are to blame.

      Professor, sometimes it's better to chew than talk ...
    4. Thrifty 2 January 2020 16: 06 New
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      Professor, what can you specifically offer them? How many times has your leadership tried to establish normal relations with the Iranians, or did you just out of habit put a label on Iran and let the intention of a peace treaty with one of the strongest countries in the region go by chance? ??
    5. NEXUS 3 January 2020 02: 00 New
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      Quote: Professor
      The birth rate in Iran is equal to the birth rate in Russia and does not reach the level of reproduction.

      Professor, I was always touched by your virgin artificial naivety. And let's agree to the end, why in Russia the birth rate does not reach, as you put it, the level of reproduction?
      And so, there are four kinds of countries in this aspect.
      First: these are countries where abortion is permitted. These are mainly European countries and CIS countries. And what do we see? Mortality is higher than the birth rate in these countries.
      Second: Countries where abortion is prohibited under any circumstances. This means that abortion is not performed, even if the conception occurred as a result of rape, or the fetus develops with deformities, etc. In these countries, abortion is a criminal offense, both women who wish to terminate the pregnancy and the person who performs the manipulation, even if it is a certified gynecologist, are punished. In these countries, abortion is considered a crime against intrauterine life and is equivalent in severity to murder. So, a complete prohibition of abortion applies in Angola, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Venezuela, Guatemala, Honduras, Egypt, Indonesia, Iraq, Iran, Ireland, Yemen, Colombia, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Mali, Nepal, Nicaragua, UAE, Oman, Paraguay , Papua New Guinea, Salvador, Syria, Chile, the Philippines.
      That is, for the most part, these nifig countries are not European. And the birth rate there is higher than mortality.
      Third: Countries that prohibit abortion at the request of a woman. However, in these countries abortion is performed in exceptional cases for medical reasons, when pregnancy threatens the physical or mental health of a woman, if there are abnormalities in the development of the fetus or in the case when conception occurred during rape. So, the prohibition of abortion at the request of a woman is valid in Algeria, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Ghana, Israel, Kenya, Costa Rica, Morocco, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, Peru, Poland, Uruguay.
      And this item is just the most successful. In Israel, fertility is well above mortality and almost one of the most successful.
      Fourth: Countries in which abortion is prohibited at the request of a woman, but pregnancy is terminated for medical or socio-economic reasons. Medical indications for abortion include malformations of the fetus or a threat to the life and health of a woman. Socioeconomic indications for abortion include rape, low income, not allowing to support a child, the death of her husband, etc. The countries where abortion is optional if desired, but is performed for socio-economic or medical reasons, include England, India, Iceland, Luxembourg, Finland and Japan.
      So when our country, or rather our legalists, finally wakes up and moves Russia to the third group of countries, then our birth rate will be no worse than in Israel.
      By the way, in tsarist Russia this was understood ...
      All pre-revolutionary Russian laws also condemned abortion. The Russian penal code considered abortion to be murder and punished him with imprisonment for a term of 4 to 5 years with deprivation of rights. In the Code of 1903, the sentence was reduced to 3 years. With the beginning of the 1910th century, in some circles of Russian society, they began to talk about changing the legislation on abortion. By the decisions of the XI Pirogov Congress (1911), the Congress of Obstetrician-Gynecologists (1913), the XII Pirogovsky Congress (1914), the Congress of the Russian group of the International Union of Criminalists (XNUMX), it was recommended to exclude the punishment of women in general, and to punish only doctors performing abortions for selfish reasons.

      Soviet power was the first to legalize abortion in the 1917th century. During the revolutions (1918-18), this issue was not regulated by law, and women were punished according to the laws of wartime. On November 1920, 4, the People’s Commissariat of Health and the People’s Commissariat of Justice issued a joint decree “On the Protection of Women's Health,” which proclaimed the free and free nature of abortion. According to official Soviet statistics, legalization significantly reduced the mortality rate of women from abortion: from 0,28% to XNUMX%
      1. Professor 3 January 2020 10: 19 New
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        Quote: NEXUS
        Professor, I was always touched by your virgin artificial naivety. And let's agree to the end, why in Russia the birth rate does not reach, as you put it, the level of reproduction?

        Let's.

        Quote: NEXUS
        First: these are countries where abortion is permitted.

        In Israel, abortion is permitted. Fertility of more than 3 children per woman.

        Quote: NEXUS
        Second: Countries where abortion is prohibited under any circumstances.

        Iran is a good example. 1.9 children per woman. The theory does not work.

        Quote: NEXUS
        Third: Countries in which abortion is prohibited at the request of a woman.

        On the contrary. Allowed abortion at the request of a woman. Tell me how this happens?

        Quote: NEXUS
        Fourth: Countries in which abortion is prohibited at the request of a woman, but termination of pregnancy is performed for medical or socio-economic reasons.

        These countries have a low birth rate, not because of abortion, but because of the loss of a compass.

        Your theory fell apart on the example of Israel where abortion is not prohibited, but the birth rate of more than 3 children per woman and Iran where abortion is prohibited, but the birth rate is 1.9 children per woman.
        1. NEXUS 3 January 2020 10: 59 New
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          Quote: Professor
          Your theory fell apart on the example of Israel where abortion is not prohibited, but the birth rate of more than 3 children per woman

          Again, this professorial cunning that impresses me so ...)) look ...
          Israel is a country in which abortion at the request of a woman is prohibited. However, abortion is performed in exceptional cases for medical reasons, when the pregnancy threatens the physical or mental health of the woman, if there are abnormalities in the development of the fetus or when the conception occurred during rape.
          And you say that ...
          Quote: Professor
          On the contrary. Abortion allowed by woman’s request

          As for Iran, what is my statement wrong? Is it that with the ban, they have almost two children per woman?
          What are you talking about above? About the fact that in the Russian Federation the birth rate is lower than mortality. I said why, knowing that you modestly kept silent about the cause, mentioning only the effect.
          1. Professor 3 January 2020 11: 21 New
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            Quote: NEXUS
            Again, this professorial cunning that impresses me so ...)) look ...
            Israel is a country in which abortion at the request of a woman is prohibited. However, abortion is performed in exceptional cases for medical reasons, when the pregnancy threatens the physical or mental health of the woman, if there are abnormalities in the development of the fetus or when the conception occurred during rape.
            And you say that ...

            Tell me who is living in Israel about abortion rules. Have a good laugh together.
            I spend educational program. Baba comes to the health insurance fund and says she wants to have an abortion. A commission is being assembled from a social worker, religious leader and doctor. Suppose there are no medical contraindications and she just does not need this child. The commission has no chance to refuse it. So that for a long time you do not pester with questions, there are 2 quick options:
            1. The married woman declares that the child is not from her husband, immediately the permission for abortion.
            2. The unmarried woman claims that she is poor and will give him up for adoption - permission for abortion after an hour of persuasion.

            I do not know a single case that the commission refused. Sometimes women themselves are convinced, but if a woman wants an abortion, then she will get it. Is free.

            Quote: NEXUS
            As for Iran, what is my statement wrong? Is it that with the ban, they have almost two children per woman?

            Your theory is not true. In Iran, the strictest ban on abortion, and the birth rate not only fell 4 times, but does not even reach the level of reproduction. In Israel, abortion is not prohibited, but the birth rate is growing and reached 3+ children per woman. Or maybe there is no connection with abortion?

            Quote: NEXUS
            What are you talking about above? About the fact that in the Russian Federation the birth rate is lower than mortality. I said why, knowing that you modestly kept silent about the cause, mentioning only the effect.

            No, I didn’t. I wrote only about fertility. Be careful. I also know the reason for low fertility. And she is in banal literacy. It was not I who found the correlation. Unfortunately. To look for links or so we’ll go to bed? wink
            1. NEXUS 3 January 2020 11: 32 New
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              Quote: Professor
              Or maybe there is no connection with abortion?

              There is also the most direct. I will say more ... product number two, very much promoted in times like AIDS epidemic, does not contribute to childbirth at all. Plus, this idiocy called feminism. And all this came from? Guess three times.
              In the 20s of the last century, in the 30s, in the 40s, in the 60s there was no AIDS in the USSR, and they did not scream about safe sekas on every corner. And the birth rate was at the level, and on the Eiffel Tower all these Sorovskie smart-ass programs spun.
              1. Professor 3 January 2020 11: 39 New
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                Quote: NEXUS
                There is also the most direct.

                There is none of it from the word "completely." See Iran and Israel.

                Quote: NEXUS
                I will say more ... product number two, very much hyped in times like AIDS epidemic, does not contribute to childbirth at all. Plus, this idiocy called feminism. And all this came from? Guess three times.

                All this is in Israel and not in Iran. Islamists rule there, but fertility in Israel is much higher than in Iran. Your theory does not work.

                Quote: NEXUS
                In the 20s of the last century, in the 30s, in the 40s, in the 60s there was no AIDS in the USSR, and they did not scream about safe sekas on every corner. And the birth rate was at the level, and on the Eiffel Tower all these Sorovskie smart-ass programs spun.

                Literacy was low, so they bred. An educated woman does not give birth to 4 children (Israel does not count). Nigeria has the largest fertility, the smallest in Singapore. Continue to fuss? wink
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                  Quote: Professor
                  Literacy was low, so they bred.

                  The curtain! Hmm, talk to you, only spoil.
                  1. Professor 3 January 2020 11: 56 New
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                    Quote: NEXUS
                    Quote: Professor
                    Literacy was low, so they bred.

                    The curtain! Hmm, talk to you, only spoil.

                    And it is right. Demography is my hobby. I have literature on the topic of the sea. You cannot confirm your theory in any way, and you have sat in a puddle with a simple example of Iran and Israel. It is necessary to prepare more carefully. hi
  • knn54 2 January 2020 15: 22 New
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    Wherein:
    Economically, everything here is aimed at the interests of the "ordinary citizen"
    - In labor disputes, the court will always side with the employee.
    -Kill a car - will be kept until the end of life.
    -Higher education is almost free for all, medical assistance to Iranians is guaranteed.
    - Strict control over the quality of food, products in stores.
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    If the wife is a housewife, her pension will be calculated from the husband’s salary. And if he dies, she will receive both her pension and her husband before her death.
    There are poor people, but they are helped by mosques and special funds. Throughout Iran, at every corner in cities and towns, at gas stations there are special boxes for collecting donations.
  • Zeev Zeev 2 January 2020 15: 24 New
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    No, well, I still understand the economic pressure from the United States, after all, is the first (or second) world economy. But the pressure of Israel, a country that can hardly be seen on the world map, is cool.
    1. Thrifty 2 January 2020 15: 56 New
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      Zeev zeev - first of all, happy new year! hi Secondly, you are the de facto economically strongest state in the region, and given the active support of you by the states, you are a regional superpower that has struck the idea that Ayatollah’s words about the destruction of Israel are part of the meaning of Iran’s existence! Persians, just like you just want to live and grow economically!
      1. Zeev Zeev 2 January 2020 16: 13 New
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        The words of the ayatollah, the president, the minister of defense, the commander of the IRGC, a bunch of officials, the financial and political support of terrorist organizations, the supply of weapons and the training of militants, the deployment of UAVs and the shelling of Israeli territory by the IRGC from Syrian territory ... No, we just think so, that the destruction of Israel is one of the most important topics in Iran ...
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          Zeyev zeyev, with the same success, the Persians can say that you yourself are satisfied with everything in order to undermine the authority of the country and its authorities in the region! Indeed, unlike you, the Persians will not bomb your military facilities on your territory with their aircraft. I read the history of Israel repeatedly, as soon as Israel chose the United States as its allies, then in your foreign policy the position of a leader in the region began to dominate, at all costs!
          1. Zeev Zeev 2 January 2020 18: 43 New
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            The state of Israel also does not bomb Iranian bases on Iranian territory with its aircraft. Until.
            And allied relations with the United States, on the contrary, led to the surrender of the Sinai Peninsula to Egypt and the creation of "plasticine autonomy" on Jewish soil
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        Before the Islamic revolution, Israel and Iran collaborated, and after the revolution, Israel was declared an enemy, like the USSR and the United States.
    2. Thrifty 2 January 2020 16: 01 New
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      Zeev zeev, only no offense, but. ..the little bed bug, small in size, but unpleasantly smelling, alas, is increasingly applicable to your country, because you live with the manic thought that in the region around you all are totally enemies, even those countries that in the United States consider your allies! Here is an example of the difference in approach to solving problems — you prefer to solve problems by force of arms, and even states often try to come to an agreement with opponents. ..
      1. Zeev Zeev 2 January 2020 16: 16 New
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        I advise you to teach the history of the State of Israel. In particular, the number of peace treaties and agreements concluded with the Arab countries, as well as the number of proposals for a peace treaty that Israel sent to its neighbors through various channels.
        I suggest starting with these two paragraphs in the Declaration of Independence of the State of Israel:
        "We urge - even in the midst of the bloody aggression that has been waged against us for several months now - the sons of the Arab people living in the State of Israel, to preserve peace, to contribute to the construction of the State on the basis of full civil equality and on the basis of appropriate representation in all its structures temporary and permanent.

        We extend a hand of peace and good neighborliness to all neighboring states and their peoples and encourage them to cooperate and help each other with the independent Jewish people in his country. The State of Israel is prepared to contribute to the common effort for the benefit of the progress of the entire Middle East. "
        The next after this proposal, the armies of the five Arab states invaded the former mandated territory to (quote) "throw the Jews into the sea"
        1. Thrifty 2 January 2020 16: 40 New
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          Zeevzeev, and you are a cunning, one small comment was urgently rewritten into such a small party room, with emphasis on patriotism! wassat True, they say that only four deaf-mute can defeat the three Israelis! !! wassat good
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            I just remembered this part of the Declaration of Independence and added.
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          We urge

          We are holding out the hand of peace

          Yeah, and then in the Tora Bora lighthouses were set ...
          1. Zeev Zeev 2 January 2020 18: 44 New
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            Israel set beacons in Afghanistan? For what?
    3. Vadivak 2 January 2020 18: 23 New
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      But the pressure of Israel, a country that can hardly be seen on the world map, is cool.

      Not by number, but by skill
  • Thrifty 2 January 2020 15: 45 New
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    So, as soon as the Kremlin completely abolishes the sanctions regime in relation to Iran and North Korea, it will be possible to say that Russia has and is implementing its own foreign policy strategy!
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      Quote: Thrifty
      So, as soon as the Kremlin completely abolishes the sanctions regime in relation to Iran and North Korea, it will be possible to say that Russia has and is implementing its own foreign policy strategy!

      And if the Americans write the Russian Federation in a company with them, in outcast countries, then what will you eat? Bark from the trees? Or dandelion salad?
      And how will you treat appendicitis? Plantain?
      Russia DOESN'T HAVE THE RIGHT TO "ITS FOREIGN POLICY STRATEGY". Because it is insignificant on a global scale (economically 0,341% of the whole world). And each cricket should know its sixth. Otherwise, adult uncles will crush. Slipper.
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        Otherwise, adult uncles will crush. Slipper.

        Be afraid. Those who are well-fed want to live doubly, or even an order of magnitude.
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          Afraid. Those who are well fed feel like doubly.

          Nothing threatens them. Because well-fed have always been and always will be ON BOTH sides of the confrontation.
          Nuclear weapons are a very big myth. Its advantage is that no one will storm the presidential palace, and then they will not hang, like Hussein. It does not give any more advantages, one hemorrhoids.
          1. Vadivak 2 January 2020 16: 08 New
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            Nuclear weapons, this is a very big myth

            Is Hiroshima also a myth? There was simply nothing for the Japanese to answer.
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              Is Hiroshima also a myth?

              Remind me when the USSR bombed Hiroshima? And then I forgot something.
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                Remind me when the USSR bombed Hiroshima? And then I forgot something.

                I’d better remind you who bombed Hiroshima
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                  I’d better remind you who bombed Hiroshima

                  This is what the world remembers very well. Like Nagasaki.
                  And those who shout at all corners that they will show their mother to Kuzkin, but in which case blows their nose in a rag, nobody takes them seriously.
      2. Thrifty 2 January 2020 16: 14 New
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        D-ug, as our state, and so the United States and NATO, has been called "enemies of the free world" a hundred times, in this list we are first and second! But, we are different in terms of intelligence, we can be destroyed either with the whole planet, or by completely "civilizing", in a Western manner!
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          as our state, and so the United States and NATO, was called "enemies of the free world" a hundred times

          You're lying. The Russian Federation is only 28 years old. And never until this moment has she entered into a counter to the West.
          Quote: Thrifty
          But, we are different in terms of intelligence, we can be destroyed either with the whole planet, or by completely "civilizing", in a Western manner!

          Do not exaggerate. The USSR, too, puffed out his cheeks and built himself out as the right kid. But it was destroyed by a couple of light hand movements. When it was needed by the real right guys.
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            D-ug you are lying! And the Cold War, and the Olympics' 80s bike, and the Jackson-Weinik amendment? ?? The list can be extended, but the bottom line is that we have been under sanctions in varying degrees and form since 1947, first the USSR, and now Russia! The USSR was de facto ruins from the inside! With the same success, in the United States you can strain, and "help" them in the collapse and civil war.
            1. D-ug 2 January 2020 16: 37 New
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              And the Cold War, and the Olympics bike 80, and the Jackson-Weinik amendment?

              This is all about another country. To which the Russian Federation has only an indirect relationship.
              Quote: Thrifty
              we have been under sanctions in varying degrees and form since 1947, first the USSR, and now Russia!

              Do not confuse the Russian Federation and the USSR. The Russian Federation is only the legal successor of the USSR (as they say in the Russian Federation), but not its successor.
              The inheritance of the Russian Federation for the USSR in the world can be recognized on a number of some minor issues. And no more. Because if Russia is recognized as the heir to the USSR in full, then another 14 states, former republics of the USSR, will have to be annexed to the Russian Federation. And nobody will ever do that.
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                D-ug, your interpretation of events is one person’s point of view! More than 200 countries of the world recognized Russia as the legal successor of the USSR, and this is reflected in many agreements between our country and these countries, including your Israel! Teach history, and do not distort it as you personally like it! !!
                1. D-ug 2 January 2020 18: 06 New
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                  More than 200 countries of the world recognized Russia as the legal successor of the USSR

                  This means nothing. Then they will take it and change their minds, if necessary. Moreover, not everything is so smooth there.
                  1. ABM
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                    a seat on the UN Security Council will not allow anyone to change their mind
                    1. D-ug 2 January 2020 19: 07 New
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                      Today it is. And tomorrow?
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                        there is no mechanism for depriving this right - only when the UN itself ceases to exist
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                        there is no mechanism for the deprivation of this right

                        Do not worry. It will be necessary, they will come up with.
                      3. ABM
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                        Joseph Vissarionovich, the initiator of the UN, thought out all the options that are reflected in the charter of this organization
                      4. D-ug 2 January 2020 23: 18 New
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                        Joseph Vissarionovich, initiator of the creation of the UN

                        Dzhugashvili, this is a small fry under the Anglo-Saxons in the anti-Hitler coalition (in Europe). Like the Chinese Chiang Kai-shek (in Asia) and the Ethiopian Selassie (in Africa). A supplier of cannon fodder for Anglo-Saxons in Europe (deliveries were planned in Asia as well, but Anglo-Saxons did not need them). He had no right to create something like that or even just to initiate. His work was the sixth, he did it. And nothing more.
                        You clearly do not understand the role of the USSR in WW2 and the "scale of personality" of Dzhugashvili outside the USSR.
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                        it’s funny :) the USSR plus half of Europe, China, India as allies –– created an excellent empire, would have lived a little more –– and now, you, colleague, would have studied your economy from his works
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                        USSR plus half of Europe, China, India as allies - created an excellent empire,

                        A beggar of the USSR, a miserable bunch of Euro-Holodlanders on premises from the USSR and just a piercingly impoverished China, is that an empire? This pornography is ridiculous.
                        And India, from what fright have you pinned here?
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                        I would have lived a little more - and now you, a colleague, would have studied your economy from his works

                        It’s funny. He was uneducated boots. He didn’t even have a secondary education.
                        What kind of work? Do you know anything about them now?
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                        well, the fact that the Holodians is good is worse. Europids today, in my opinion, are practically not operational, which then, especially now (sorry if I offended you, is nothing personal). India withdrew from Great Britain in 1946, from the Commonwealth in 1947, the first mutual visits of the heads of state were in 1955, ok - I hurried a bit, but the course to the Soviet camp was right.

                        Stalin, of course, was not an economist, but he lived a long life and proved that it is not the MBA course that makes a person educated. In 1952, his book, The Economic Problems of Socialism in the USSR, was published; immediately after his death, a voluminous POLITICAL ECONOMY was created, created with his direct participation. Write something like that - you will read.
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                        About the course to the Soviet camp was true.

                        Something somehow over 40 years did not reach there. laughing
                        Quote: ABM
                        and proved that it is not the MBA course that makes a person educated.

                        He just proved that with MBA you can remain a felt boot. And without MBA you will almost certainly remain a felt boot.
                        But it’s not bad to lock in a car service without MBA, of course.
                        Quote: ABM
                        In 1952, his book, The Economic Problems of Socialism in the USSR, was published; immediately after his death, a voluminous POLITICAL ECONOMY was created, created with his direct participation.

                        All these "books" after his death went to kindling stoves. Or on mukulatura.
                        The price was penniless on market day. Since Dzhugashvili did not understand the economy at all. Which he proved by his mediocre rule.
                        Worse than under Dzhugashvili, people in the USSR never lived. Neither under the "old Bolsheviks" (under "Soviet power"), nor under the later "developed socialism". Everything that could have been corrupted, he corrupted.
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                        Worse than under Dzhugashvili, people in the USSR never lived. Neither under the "old Bolsheviks" (under "Soviet power"), nor under the later "developed socialism". Everything that could have been corrupted, he corrupted.

                        But if it weren’t for Stalin, this discussion would be conducted in German.
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                        we then maybe in German - but our opponent would definitely go to lampshades, apparently
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                        but our opponent would definitely go to lampshades, apparently

                        And this, too, Dzhugashvili organized for the population of the USSR. His "wise foreign policy."
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                      But if it weren’t for Stalin, this discussion would be conducted in German.

                      You stop raving. After 03.09.1939/03.09.1939/08.05.1945, the Germans did not even have a hint of a favorable outcome for them. From XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX to XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX it was just their agony.
                      But the villain Dzhugashvili still smacked the USSR into this dismantling, which was absolutely foreign to the USSR. In another's war. Which cost the population of the USSR 42 million lives or 20% of the pre-war population.
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                      Which cost the population of the USSR 42 million lives or 20% of the pre-war population.

                      according to military statistics, there are 4 wounded per one killed. If you lie, then 42 million dead should be provided for 160 million wounded ... Where are so many wounded? In addition, 42 million of which add up? probably from the total extermination of the TOTAL population of Belarus, although every third died there, the entire population of Ukraine and half the population of the occupied part of Russia. Where did you get that figure?
  • Vadivak 2 January 2020 18: 29 New
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    More than 200 countries of the world recognized Russia as the legal successor of the USSR

    To demand debts existing and fictitious
    1. D-ug 2 January 2020 18: 47 New
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      To demand debts existing and fictitious

      one hundred %. All these "clubs" wanted only dough. They got it.
      And then they can easily take it and change their mind.
  • 3danimal 13 January 2020 18: 13 New
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    Was the USSR collapsed from the inside? But didn’t his citizens want to buy Goods, Services and other goods in the West? And they organized strikes and protests. Isn’t the government of bestowal mocking the economy centralizing it to the limit? And in the end, you were afraid to spill rivers of blood and crush the tanks with a lot of demonstrators (thanks for that)? In addition, there were big questions about the willingness of the military (and the same alpha) to carry out such an order.
    As for the enemy inside .. In the First World War, the inhabitants of Germany until the very surrender believed that they were gaining the upper hand and the celebration of victory was just around the corner. Yes, there was a famine (thousands of dead), but this is a misunderstanding. Propaganda worked well. And after the defeat, with the disappearance of the propaganda moroka, they began to look for an explanation for such a powerful inconsistency with reality. And the idea that the internal enemy (Jews and Communists) was to blame for everything - came to the court, on which Hitler and the Nazis left.
  • Vadivak 2 January 2020 18: 27 New
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    Russia is only 28 years old

    Of these, he has been in power for 20 years.
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    There is no Iran, energy prices are higher, Russia is not bad.
    Why won't the US let prices go, because then Russia's income will fall?
  • Andrey VOV 2 January 2020 17: 20 New
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    Quote: D-ug
    Quote: Vadivak
    Afraid. Those who are well fed feel like doubly.

    Nothing threatens them. Because well-fed have always been and always will be ON BOTH sides of the confrontation.
    Nuclear weapons are a very big myth. Its advantage is that no one will storm the presidential palace, and then they will not hang, like Hussein. It does not give any more advantages, one hemorrhoids.

    You’re already here, a vile cockroach ... from one piece of news it’s only dirty, and then you’re dirty = patchwork .. and go learn the Russian language to know how to spell the word hemorrhoids
  • Gennady Fomkin 2 January 2020 19: 02 New
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    On the whole, the Russian oil industry earned $ 905 million as a result of sanctions against Nicholas Maduro and the Iranian Ayatollah regime.

    We add that such strange consequences of the sanction “punishment of Russia” have already caused surprise in Europe. In September, the German Handelsblatt complained that the Trump administration was threatening fines to Europeans for participating in Nord Stream 2, and on the other hand, American business turned out to be the leader in terms of investment in Russia (more than $ 39 billion, which exceeds the investment in Germany ) laughing Losing $ 400 billion laughing
  • Gennady Fomkin 2 January 2020 19: 14 New
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    Sanctions laughing Like a schoolboy who sawed a rail near a tower crane, and he, falling, demolished the corner of the house with the schoolboy’s apartment laughing
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  • Victor March 47 2 January 2020 19: 43 New
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    Quote: Gennady Fomkin
    On the whole, the Russian oil industry earned $ 905 million as a result of sanctions against Nicholas Maduro and the Iranian Ayatollah regime.

    We add that such strange consequences of the sanction “punishment of Russia” have already caused surprise in Europe. In September, the German Handelsblatt complained that the Trump administration was threatening fines to Europeans for participating in Nord Stream 2, and on the other hand, American business turned out to be the leader in terms of investment in Russia (more than $ 39 billion, which exceeds the investment in Germany ) laughing Losing $ 400 billion laughing

    There is nothing strange. Taking advantage of the military pressure on the "allies", replace them with themselves. In trade with Russia.
  • Gennady Fomkin 2 January 2020 20: 20 New
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    Yes, they do not give a shit about these sanctions - China gave them a line of credit for 400 lard laughing
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    Iranian exports in May 2019 amounted to about 500 thousand barrels per day.
    At the same time, Iran’s oil export in April 2018, before the U.S. announcement of withdrawal from the nuclear deal, was 2,5 million barrels per day.
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    Rouhani corrected something ... But the liberals had hoped so much for him! That's where there was interference in the Iranian elections by another state, so this is May 1917. Rouhani then won only with the permission of the State Department. Like if he is, then there will be a mitigation of sanctions. But mitigation did not happen. As a result, sooner or later, the ultra-right will come to power in Iran. And let America choke on them! And the Jewish brothers will run into basements and bomb shelters ...
  • Basarev 2 January 2020 21: 31 New
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    I want to believe that these losses will ruin Iran. This beat back ayatollah must be erased. At any cost.
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      Why do you Jews the Iranian regime "across the throat"?
    2. rruvim 2 January 2020 23: 25 New
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      Is Iran giving up on you? What is the joke or Hochma? You agreed with Anwar Sadat, agreed with the king of Jordan, agreed with the Saudis, “nailed” Hussein and Gaddafi, made a layer from the air forces in Syria ... Two revolutions in Lebanon. What are you missing now? What is the problem with the Iranians?
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      This beat back ayatollah must be erased. At any cost.

      An old dream of Russia was to get a waterway to the ocean from the Caspian Sea. Spilling Iran’s place can fulfill this dream.
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    The agreement with Iran is the worst agreement ever signed by liberal Obama in the history of American diplomacy, akin to what Chamberlain signed in Munich. Weakly disguised betrayal of the interests of the United States and its allies. Thank God we did not choose Clintonsha, but Trump. He can be blamed for anything, but not for the absence of objects of manhood, and they have steel. He had the courage to lead America out of this disgrace.
    And the mullocracy regime will not last long under sanctions. Trump's sanctions, in contrast to Obama's largely symbolic sanctions, hit the most sore spot, the budget. Iran does not provide itself with food even half. When he doesn’t have anything to buy bread, the ayatollahs will fly off even faster than the Shah flew in 1979. The fact that the ayatollahs invest in dubious nuclear, missile, and other weapons programs only accelerates the end of the regime.
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      Really? You have not been to Iran and draw judgment "from the time of Ochakovsky and the conquest of Crimea." Everything is in order there! And if there were performances because of gas prices, on the contrary, the crowd roared "death to America!" So, as I believed that conciliation, and not war (blocking Hormuz) lead to the gradual degradation of the country. In Iran now, as never before, there are strong supporters of right-wing radical views. Rouhani - how a liberal can “burn out” ... And US sanctions against Iran only aggravate the situation.