Iran told how the United States was going to disrupt joint naval exercises with the Russian Federation and China


Iranian Navy makes statement regarding joint with Russian Navy fleet and the Navy of China exercises. Recall that these large-scale maneuvers ended a few days ago. They took place in the waters of the Gulf of Oman and the Indian Ocean.


According to Iran’s Navy commander Hossein Khanzadi, the United States has attempted to disrupt trilateral exercises.

The Iranian Rear Admiral said in a statement that the US chiefs of staff convened an emergency meeting with the participation of American NATO allies (and not only) to "discuss measures that would help disrupt the naval exercises of Iran, Russia and China."
Rear Admiral of the Iranian Navy Khanzadi noted that the exercises "Marine Safety Belt" were carried out, despite the high level of external threats.

According to Iranian sources, the US Navy has proposed the implementation of the option of provocation with a civilian vessel. Iran notes that for the United States, the willingness to use civilian means of sea or air transport to carry out military provocations is not new.

Hossein Hanzhan:

The distracting maneuvers of the participants in the Sea Safety Belt exercises did not allow the Americans to realize their plans. The exercises went according to schedule and plan.

Recall that before the start of the exercises in the American military blogosphere, it was noted that the tasks of the exercises in the Gulf of Oman allegedly include "developing a plan to block the Fifth Fleet of the US Navy." Tehran called these assumptions a fiction and an attempt to destabilize the situation while simultaneously “demonizing” the maneuvers of the ships of the fleets of Iran, Russia and China.
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  1. NEXUS 2 January 2020 16: 16 New
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    The Anglo-Saxons do not live quietly without war, deaths and genocide. If we take those Anglo-Saxons (in the USA, Canada, England) who are responsible for the deaths of hundreds of millions of people and put them on the dock, then everyone had to be shot a million times.
    1. Tank jacket 2 January 2020 16: 45 New
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      To save the dollar, they will go to all sorts of provocations ...
      1. D-ug 2 January 2020 16: 55 New
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        Quote: Tank jacket
        To save the dollar, they will go to all sorts of provocations ...

        Why save the dollar? Nothing threatens him. And he feels good.
        1. BARKAS 2 January 2020 17: 01 New
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          The dollar feels good only thanks to such provocations.
          1. D-ug 2 January 2020 17: 58 New
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            Quote: BARKAS
            The dollar feels good only thanks to such provocations.

            The dollar feels good, because behind it is the strongest economy in the world. It alone accounts for 33,9% of the global economy.
            In general, I am not very interested in the discussions of amateurs on the topic of "imminent collapse of the dollar."
            For some reason, no one undertakes to do intracavitary operations for everyone. But everyone considers themselves cool experts in the economy.
            1. Doliva63 2 January 2020 18: 27 New
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              Quote: D-ug
              Quote: BARKAS
              The dollar feels good only thanks to such provocations.

              The dollar feels good, because behind it is the strongest economy in the world. It alone accounts for 33,9% of the global economy.
              In general, I am not very interested in the discussions of amateurs on the topic of "imminent collapse of the dollar."
              For some reason, no one undertakes to do intracavitary operations for everyone. But everyone considers themselves cool experts in the economy.

              Behind the dollar is nothing but military power and sanctions. When America is no longer feared, their dollars will hang in African toilets.
              1. D-ug 2 January 2020 19: 06 New
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                Quote: Doliva63
                Behind the dollar is nothing but military power and sanctions.

                Almost 34% of the global economy is the US economy. Speaking very rudely, then the global economy, this is the United States.
                The 15 economies following the US, from Brazil to China, are about the same as the US alone.
                Quote: Doliva63
                their dollars will hang in African toilets.

                Give me the addresses of those toilets, I'll move out, collect.
                1. NEXUS 2 January 2020 20: 12 New
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                  Quote: D-ug
                  Speaking very rudely, then the global economy, this is the United States.

                  To put it bluntly, the US economy costs exactly as much as the paper that prints dollars. By the way, the US DOESN'T BELONG from the word at all.
                  Quote: D-ug
                  Almost 34% of the global economy is the US economy

                  Why are you, an economic expert, so modestly silent about the fact that if a tenth of the entire dollar mass that is outside the United States returns to its homeland, then the US economy will immediately be covered with a copper basin, with all such nice things as hyperinflation, unemployment, collapse of exchanges and so on?
                  The hardness and reliability of the dollar is provided not by the US economy, but by their army. For if, economically demanded legally the payment of both external and internal US debt, the mattresses would be de facto poor, even poorer than the Papuans of New Guinea.
                  1. D-ug 2 January 2020 20: 38 New
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                    Quote: NEXUS
                    then the US economy costs exactly as much as the paper on which dollars are printed.

                    It is a pity that the whole world is not aware of what you know.
                    Quote: NEXUS
                    if a tenth of the entire dollar mass that is outside the United States returns to their homeland, then the US economy will immediately be covered with a copper basin

                    And with what fright would she return to the United States?
                    Have you even been to somewhere? Have you seen how everywhere in the world they buy dollars?
                    Besides, why did you decide that something would happen in this situation? Do you just feel like it?
                    Quote: NEXUS
                    immediately covered with a copper basin, with all such nice things as hyperinflation, unemployment, the collapse of exchanges and so on?

                    Yeah. And Pepsi-Cola will cease to do.
                    Quote: NEXUS
                    The hardness and reliability of the dollar is provided not by the US economy, but by their army.

                    Yeah Well, with whom am I discussing? With a man who has no idea what the economy is and what the army is.
                    With the value of US assets of about $ 100 trillion, they owe about $ 20 trillion. This is a very small debt. And financiers around the world know about this. Therefore, the loot is invested in US dollars. And not in the currency of New Guinea.
                    1. NEXUS 2 January 2020 20: 45 New
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                      Quote: D-ug
                      Yeah Well, with whom am I discussing?

                      Exactly ... with whom am I discussing? You are the same expert in economics as I am Yuri Gagarin. Take Google away from you, oak with oak ... and then ExpertD.
                      And about where I was ... both in Europe and in Asia ... and speaking to many people of those countries where I was, very often I heard on which bolt they turned the United States and experts like you.
                      Adyes ... ExpertD, you made my evening. I went off to fame.
                      1. D-ug 2 January 2020 20: 47 New
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                        Quote: NEXUS
                        You are the same expert in economics as I am Yuri Gagarin.

                        Hello, Jura.
                        Quote: NEXUS
                        and speaking to many people in those countries where I was, I very often heard on which bolt they turned the USA

                        Yes Yes. In the world of such rotisserie is full. Until an American corporal with a military police outfit arrives.
                        Quote: NEXUS
                        Neighing for fame.

                        Did you see oats in the manger?
                      2. Svarog51 2 January 2020 21: 06 New
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                        Yes Yes. In the world of such rotisserie is full. Until an American corporal with a military police outfit arrives.

                        Have we already broken down on our knees? Well then you don’t get used to groveling, but only YOUR sergeant distracts us a little. We can be scared only by the sudden arrival of mother-in-law - and then for a couple of minutes to hide the nest egg.
                      3. D-ug 2 January 2020 21: 30 New
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                        Quote: Svarog51
                        We can be scared only by the sudden arrival of mother-in-law - and then for a couple of minutes to hide the nest egg.

                        With a certain model of behavior, there will be no nest. And snacks. There will be nothing to hide. Generally. That's what a nuisance.
                      4. Svarog51 2 January 2020 21: 52 New
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                        It's okay - the behavior model has been working properly for more than half a century; if necessary, we will correct it. Troubles are leveled. To eat correctly is also necessary.
                      5. D-ug 2 January 2020 22: 00 New
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                        Quote: Svarog51
                        the behavior model has been working properly for more than half a century; if necessary, we will correct it.

                        Those. are you embarrassed by the fact that you live in poverty (the average Russian in 2018 “cost” 17,9% of the global average)?
                        Are you happy with everything?
                        "Want to repeat it?"
                      6. Svarog51 2 January 2020 22: 09 New
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                        Are you attracted to the status of a dollar billionaire? I will share my observation - there are no pockets in the shroud and in the “other world” money is not quoted. I have enough for a decent life, requests do not exceed the level of income. I do not plan to fly to Mars, I like to live on Earth.
                      7. D-ug 2 January 2020 22: 13 New
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                        Quote: Svarog51
                        Are you attracted to the status of a dollar billionaire?

                        Attracts. But I'm not him.
                        Quote: Svarog51
                        I will share my observation - there are no pockets in the shroud and in the “other world” money is not quoted.

                        I will share observations, a lot of time usually passes before the shroud and every billionaire has children. Usually.
                        Quote: Svarog51
                        I have enough for a decent life,

                        This concept is purely subjective.
                        Quote: Svarog51
                        requests do not exceed income.

                        Demands ALWAYS increase with revenue. A slight excess of requests over the level of capabilities is considered normal. And the engine of progress.
                      8. Svarog51 2 January 2020 22: 24 New
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                        So I observe a mental degradation in excessively saturated with money. The greed in receiving cash prevails over everything else - morality, law and ethics. There are no goals in life, except for one thing - to get more. Even if I can’t spend it, I’ll grow the same grabbers, not the creators.
                        P.S. There is no point in continuing the dialogue - our views are polar. Yes, and deeds require my intervention.
                      9. D-ug 2 January 2020 22: 38 New
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                        Quote: Svarog51
                        I also observe mental degradation at excessively saturated with money resources.

                        Yeah. Only miracles happen in the world. Degradants (mental) all get richer and richer. And non-degraders (mental) are getting poorer and poorer.
                        "Tell me why you are so poor if you are so smart?"
                      10. Krasnodar 3 January 2020 07: 20 New
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                        Three Jewish sayings:
                        Everyone complains about a lack of money, nobody complains about a lack of mind
                        Greed begets poverty
                        And the third you have already voiced))
                      11. poquello 3 January 2020 19: 08 New
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                        Quote: Krasnodar
                        Three Jewish sayings:
                        Everyone complains about a lack of money, nobody complains about a lack of mind
                        Greed begets poverty
                        And the third you have already voiced))

                        these are Jewish sayings that have nothing to do with real life, for the Jews are cunning and greedy, but for some reason they think that these two qualities roll their minds
                      12. Krasnodar 3 January 2020 19: 19 New
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                        Greedy? Compared to whom, excuse me? laughing
            2. Jack O'Neill 2 January 2020 22: 52 New
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              I will share my observation - there are no pockets in the shroud and in the “other world” money is not quoted.

              You have time to visit the next world, just share "observation"? Do you happen to be Patriarch Kirill? Write with his words ...
              Wealth is a sin, and the poor will be rewarded in the afterlife.
              Such an excuse ...

              I have enough for a decent life, requests do not exceed the level of income.

              And how much do you get, if not secret? I’m not enough for one <50k for a normal life.
              Clothing, food, gadgets, a communal apartment and that’s all.
              For example, I spent on the 5700XT 28k because I want to play with beautiful graphics and> 60 FPS.

              And then, you don’t want to give anything to the children? Norm education is paid, medicine is paid, everything is paid, everything costs money.
              And to pamper, it costs money too!
              Yes, and feed three mouths (minimum), not that a simple task.
            3. Svarog51 3 January 2020 04: 08 New
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              Have you managed to visit the other world since you share your "observation"?

              I haven’t done it yet, but no one has proved the opposite. Can you tell me - what currency is "quoted" there? And how much should you have in your pocket when crossing Leta?
              And to pamper, it costs money too!

              In your understanding, "pamper" - what does it mean? To go to the cinema, to the circus, to the water park? Or buy to buy your beloved Rolls-Royce child and an apartment in London with all the bells and whistles? So that Eton or Sorbonne must graduate, and not a university in the Russian Federation? Here the child develops an interest in consumption, and not in earning with his own strength and mind. That's how it is.
              For example, I spent on the 5700XT 28k because I want to play with beautiful graphics and> 60 FPS.

              I am happy for you, but I’m quite happy with the old Samsung to call and the usual laptop to read the site. On trips, I very often see “immersed” in my smart phone or iPhone, who, crossing the road, do not even try to realize the reality of what is happening. If only we would look around and evaluate the situation. And then it can turn out to be the same “submerged” behind the wheel and the consequences will be sad for both.
              As for my salary - pension, about 23k, my wife is still working + another 20k, we have enough for life. A child over 30 is independent. Requests and wishes, of course, happen, but within reason. And he wants to above these limits - on health, but on his own. Only then will he value what he has achieved when he does it with his own hands.
              Abroad, the child has visited more than once of his own free will, and not like me - at the call. So now it tells me how interesting it is, and I compare it with my impressions.
            4. Jack O'Neill 3 January 2020 10: 51 New
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              I haven’t done it yet, but no one has proved the opposite. Can you tell me - what currency is "quoted" there? And how much should you have in your pocket when crossing Leta?

              I'm an atheist.
              When we die, then we simply will not be. Although it is difficult to imagine a world without one’s consciousness. Apparently that's why they came up with life after death.

              In your understanding, "pamper" - what does it mean? To go to the cinema, to the circus, to the water park? Or buy to buy your beloved Rolls-Royce child and an apartment in London with all the bells and whistles?

              Phone, computer, console, and a lot of things that cost money.
              Well and yes, the apartment will not be superfluous either, in Russia, of course. But if there is a little extra money (just a little bit), then in London you can.

              Here the child develops an interest in consumption, and not in earning with his own strength and mind. That's how it is.

              Now they are surviving on a scholarship, not living. However, in my time it was the same.
              Personally, I do not want my child to interrupt or choose whether to eat or pay for housing.

              Well, for two, 43k still did not go where. If the needs are not very large, then you can live (just live, not exist).
            5. Svarog51 3 January 2020 11: 32 New
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              I'm an atheist.

              Yes, I, in fact, also, though baptized.
              Gadgets are needed, here I agree. The only thing - so as not to harm, so to speak, without fanaticism. The child will definitely not die of hunger, he consumes little bread - oil is smeared directly on the sausage. wink I think that is not critical, but let them take care of obesity on their own. Helped buy your own apartment - equips. We help of course in the cost of repairs and furniture. Well, where without it, the main thing is not to overdo it.
              Happy holiday to you! And let dreams come true and health does not fail. hi drinks drinks
            6. Jack O'Neill 3 January 2020 11: 35 New
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              Yes, I, in fact, also, though baptized.

              Yes, and I am baptized. But I believe that a person should make such a decision.
              But doesn’t he work himself?
            7. Svarog51 3 January 2020 11: 59 New
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              Duc after the army was baptized, along with his godson.
              I have a daughter. It works of course. Masters all sorts of things under orders. It does not seem to complain of an extreme shortage of money. We only help for something large and long-term, and everything else is itself.
            8. Jack O'Neill 3 January 2020 12: 08 New
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              Duc after the army was baptized, along with his godson.

              Ahh, me at birth.

              I thought you had a son, and this is a girl. Girls still need help.)
              You, too, with the holiday!
  2. Svarog51 2 January 2020 21: 54 New
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    Why do you call Andrey Yura? Crash in the program? Or bust in the use of strong drinks?
  3. D-ug 2 January 2020 22: 01 New
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    Quote: NEXUS
    You are the same expert in economics as I am Yuri Gagarin.

    Quote: D-ug
    Hello, Jura.
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    NEXUS (Andrey)

    Your name is not displayed?
  5. D-ug 2 January 2020 22: 10 New
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    Since he wrote that he was Yuri, if I am an expert in the field of economics (he guessed right), then I called him Yuri.
  6. Svarog51 2 January 2020 22: 16 New
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    Clear. This work.
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    I have already said once - you are an opponent of Russia. Stop shitting.
  • major147 2 January 2020 22: 07 New
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    Quote: NEXUS
    Roughly speaking, the US economy costs exactly as much as the paper on which dollars are printed.


    At the time of writing my post.
    1. NEXUS 2 January 2020 22: 26 New
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      At the time of writing my post.

      It does not matter what kind of public debt is there and I will explain why. What is the Breton-Woods financial system? In fact, this is PYRAMID. The one who is at the very top of this pyramid collects cream. Those who are at the base, beggars and feed the top of the pyramid. What do we see? Who is getting richer? England, the USA and a little less all the Anglo-Saxon states. The rest, to one degree or another, are completely ill with well-being, depending on what level of this pyramid they are.
      It is possible to bring down this pyramid in a few minutes. And even American financiers admit it, but ... many world economies are addicted to the dollar like a drug. Some kind of collapse insurance, let’s say so. Because this pyramid is brought down extremely carefully and slowly. In some places, they switch to settlements in their currencies, in some places they buy gold, and so on ... this is done gradually, but systematically.
      But how do the Anglo-Saxons counteract this? They unleash war whenever possible everywhere, undermine stability in other countries, remove (if possible) the modes that they do not like, planting their puppets. And the more destabilization in the world, and the more (for money) silence within the Anglo-Saxon union, the stronger the dollar. Because money loves silence, not shooting, poverty and uncontrolled capitalism. That is why, at every corner, such experts as upstream and squealing about the reliability of the US economy for which the dollar itself is provided.
      1. major147 2 January 2020 22: 30 New
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        It doesn’t matter what kind of public debt

        This is a "note" .....
  • Pandiurin 3 January 2020 01: 23 New
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    For some reason, many consider the dollar a purely American national currency. Although it is a world currency. The United States, of course, has a lot more to do with it than other countries, but less than such a muddy private Fed office.
    The dollar has already crossed the line for the crash, but it does not fall because there are serious people in the world who have not decided where to get the money from this MMM or find out who will pay the costs for launching the new pyramid.
    And yes, the destruction of statehood and the spread of chaos in countries that could potentially become a unified alternative to the non-dollar financial world pushes this collapse.
    But the end is near. The question is how exactly this will happen and when ...
  • venik 2 January 2020 18: 53 New
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    But everyone considers themselves cool experts in the economy.

    ==========
    Excuse me, are you ABOUT YOURSELF ??? bully
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      Quote: venik
      Excuse me, are you ABOUT YOURSELF ???

      And about myself too.
  • businessv 2 January 2020 19: 27 New
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    Quote: D-ug
    But everyone considers themselves cool experts in the economy.

    In order to understand that the mattress has been living in debt since 1974, already at 22 trillion, as of January 2019, it is not at all necessary to be an expert in economics, a colleague, it is enough just to know the history to understand why this is happening. hi
    1. D-ug 2 January 2020 19: 40 New
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      Quote: businessv
      already at 22 trillion, as of January 2019.

      And the US “stands” on 01.01.2019, 69 trillion (net). Those. with this debt, already 91 trillion + a couple of three trillion for 2019 has run up.
      Therefore, the United States economically, you can be absolutely calm.
      1. NEXUS 2 January 2020 20: 16 New
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        Quote: D-ug
        And the US “stands” on 01.01.2019, 69 trillion (net). Those. with this debt, already 91 trillion + a couple of three trillion for 2019 has run up.
        Therefore, the United States economically, you can be absolutely calm.

        They do not stand, expert ... moreover, they will never be worth it, since all the hardness of the dollar is, in effect, on the genocide of other peoples and countries. They, not of their own free will, provide the illusion of these same 34% of the global economy. But this is an illusion.
        Nobody in Washington is going to pay either internal debt or external. Because mattresses are paupers like church mice.
        1. Connor MacLeod 2 January 2020 20: 27 New
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          Not 34%, but 22% according to official IMF statistics.
          1. NEXUS 2 January 2020 20: 32 New
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            Quote: Connor MacLeod
            Not 34%, but 22% according to official IMF statistics.

            Yes, spit ... at least 122%. The USA is the poorest country. If all the countries that hold gold reserves in the United States claim their gold back, plus all the debts of the external mattresses, then all their grandeur and stability will go down the toilet.
        2. D-ug 2 January 2020 20: 31 New
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          Quote: NEXUS
          provide the illusion of these same 34% of the global economy. But this is an illusion.

          Even those goods that the Americans are suffering, they are always illusory.
          Quote: NEXUS
          Nobody in Washington is going to pay either internal debt or external.

          These are generally trifles for them.
          Quote: NEXUS
          Because mattresses are paupers like church mice.

          Have you been to the USA?
          How did these "church mice" live?
          They were not and were not seen. It can be seen.
          1. NEXUS 2 January 2020 20: 40 New
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            Quote: D-ug
            Even those goods that the Americans are suffering, they are always illusory.

            So you yourself said who in essence this concentration camp is with a strip-star flag on the highest tower with a machine gun. A consumer torso factory, which Washington purposefully made from the population and continues to do.
            Quote: D-ug
            These are generally trifles for them.

            Che seriously? wassat Listen, expert, don’t make people laugh here with your idiocy and sermons about the golden calf.
            Quote: D-ug
            Have you been to the USA?

            I haven’t been to the USA ... but many of my friends and acquaintances have been there and have lived there for many years ...
            And to make it clear to you ...

            I will say more ... in those birdhouses made of plywood, in which successful Americans live, I think even my dog ​​would disdain to live, because she does not need to get sick in the winter from the cold, and in the summer from the heat.
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              In short, of course, it makes no sense to talk with you. You don’t know and don’t want to know.
            2. NEXUS 2 January 2020 20: 49 New
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              Quote: D-ug
              In short, of course, it makes no sense to talk with you. You don’t know and don’t want to know.

              He said that he flicked into an empty basin. How old are you? 20,23,25 years? wassat As my ensign used to say, you are still small and stupid, and you have not seen the big ones ...
              A person who is trying to be smarter than he really is looks ridiculous and stupid. Although ... in your case, do not keep it, burn.
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              Quote: NEXUS
              as in an empty basin farted

              And you have strange fun. Don't you find?
            4. poquello 3 January 2020 19: 58 New
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              you are still small and stupid, and have not seen large

              sunsets
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            Victim of the Phasington regional committee, you were mistaken with the address. laughing
  • businessv 2 January 2020 21: 39 New
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    Quote: D-ug
    And the US “stands” on 01.01.2019, 69 trillion (net).

    What does this mean, colleague? They do not have any practical value at all! The basis of the budget of mattresses is the services sector. Their economy is mainly focused on the domestic market, so talking about any real value does not make sense! It makes sense to recall that 117% - The expected size of the public debt in relation to GDP by 2023 and $ 1 billion per day is the cost of servicing the public debt. ((C) tass)
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      Quote: businessv
      They do not have any practical value at all! The basis of the budget of mattresses is the services sector. Their economy is mainly focused on the domestic market, so talking about any real value does not make sense!

      Well, I agree with you about the services. But I don’t think this factor somehow diminishes the size of the Amer’s economy.
      The fact is that they carry out production to third countries. Therefore, the domestic market, yes, consists of a significant share of services.
      But collectively throughout the economy (taking into account the outlier), their service market is absolutely normal.
      Quote: businessv
      It makes sense to recall that 117% is the expected amount of public debt in relation to GDP by 2023

      As soon as I see the term GDP, I immediately invite my opponent to go to my profile and read what GDP is (somewhere there). Without understanding that such a conversation will not work.
      Quote: businessv
      and $ 1 billion a day is servicing the public debt. ((c) tass)

      In 2018, the United States imported from abroad about 13,3 trillion dollars unaccounted for in calculating GDP income. This is 36,5 billion dollars a day. Unaccounted for. And there were also considered. Therefore, 1 billion a day is a pocket change.
  • Sergey Averchenkov 2 January 2020 19: 33 New
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    And the strongest economy can because of the dollar? Do not make me brains.
  • VyacheSeymour 2 January 2020 21: 04 New
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    Oh, if the minus sign would influence somehow the status of the dollar ...

    States fought for a long time with artificially cheap yuan (commodity expansion of China) ...- China was carried away by the confrontation ...- got an overheating of the economy! (the experience was not enough for the post-planned economy, the explosive growth of the eye overshadowed)
    Now the States are struggling with a strong yuan ... - you reckon with the economic and financial Chinese expansion ...
    Interestingly, do many see this as a connection with an increase or decrease in the discount rates of the US Federal Reserve? How many understand
    Which countries have high rates and which are low? And in general: - how does the dollar live, like the US economy, at the time of its depreciation? And how does a strong dollar affect American foreign economic activity?
    And the rise in price of a buck is the market or the Fed’s exchange rate? Is expensive-cheap oil just a supply-demand? - or also an expensive, cheap dollar ?? Is inflation in the United States a sign of collapse, or a game (policy) of the Fed?

    And the question for amateurs to ask, but not for those who like to argue their minuses: - Why is the currency dying out, unsecured by gold, even of the 1861 issue, still a means of payment?
    1. NEXUS 2 January 2020 21: 55 New
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      Quote: VyacheSeymour
      And the question for amateurs to ask, but not for those who like to argue their minuses: - Why is the currency dying out, unsecured by gold, even of the 1861 issue, still a means of payment?

      It's simple ... in 1816, the dollar was not a world currency, and after that there was a scam with the Breton-Wood system, which essentially made mattresses rich. But no matter how you would not like to continue to repeat the mantra about the indestructible dollar and the United States, this system is collapsing. I will say more ... you can bring it down overnight and very quickly, and everyone understands this, only many states will be buried under the rubble. Therefore, the collapse is slow and methodical, so as not to bring everything to pertonit.
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        But no matter how you would like to continue to repeat the mantra about the indestructible dollar and the United States, this system collapses

        I do not see the prerequisites. Well, and our desires are very much at odds with our capabilities.
        I will say more ... you can bring it down overnight and very quickly, and everyone understands this, only many states will be buried under the rubble. Therefore, the collapse is slow and methodical, so as not to bring everything to pertonit.

        The problems of only one state bank in 2008m painfully hiccuped1 throughout the global economy ...- Unfortunately.
    2. businessv 2 January 2020 22: 39 New
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      Quote: VyacheSeymour
      And the question for amateurs to ask, but not for those who like to argue their minuses: - Why is the currency dying out, unsecured by gold, even of the 1861 issue, still a means of payment?

      Well, colleague, this question is from the group of the easiest! Because in the entire history of this young state, which drove its indigenous inhabitants on a reservation, there were no military operations on its territory, with the exception of internal showdowns. The rise (in the 20th century) began with the 2nd World War, thanks to which the world position and state economy strengthened significantly, after the Great Depression, which lasted until 1939, goods went to Europe and gold to the states. The result is a strong, stable economy, which the states themselves periodically make shocks. It is impressive how the mattresses managed to make an unsecured currency since 1971 - the main currency of the world!
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    It alone accounts for 33,9% of the global economy.

    The share of the real sector in US GDP is 15%, the rest is in the services sector. China has 53%, Russia has 47. There is no economy in the USA. They don’t even make fucking bricks there.
  • Tank jacket 2 January 2020 17: 06 New
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    If the dollar felt good, then there would be no conflict between Trump and the head of the Fed at the discount rate wink And WTO Trump fiercely hates and is ready to destroy ...
    1. Aerodrome 2 January 2020 17: 28 New
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      Recall that before the start of the exercises in the American military blogosphere, it was noted that the tasks of the exercises in the Gulf of Oman allegedly include "developing a plan to block the Fifth Fleet of the US Navy."
      honestly, so who is there to "block" the "fifth fleet ..." minesweepers and boats .... less than a dozen.
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        hi Airdrome, for the media the main thing is a sensation, scandals of the intrigue of the investigation ... wink
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        Recall that before the start of the exercises in the American military blogosphere, it was noted that the tasks of the exercises in the Gulf of Oman allegedly include "developing a plan to block the Fifth Fleet of the US Navy."
        honestly, so who is there to "block" the "fifth fleet ..." minesweepers and boats .... less than a dozen.

        hey minusers! and you saw destroyers and aircraft carriers there? wassat
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      If the dollar felt good

      That's really what you definitely should not worry about, it’s for the US dollar. There is not even a hint of any doubt about its viability.
      At least in the next few years, you can be absolutely calm about this topic.
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        I am calm for three world currencies and three currency zones. 1. Ruble (CIS and Europe, Turkey and Japan) 2. Yuan (Asians) 3. The dollar is not more than in two Americas - the south and the north ... Something like this ... The dollar, as the world currency is everything ... laughing "The liberal model has outlived itself" (c)
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          Quote: Tank jacket
          1. Ruble (CIS and Europe, Turkey and Japan)

          Are you drunk?
          Obviously the person is not in himself.
          I won’t even comment further. There, it turns out, the yuan was still some kind of strong drawn. Currency of the third world !!!
          1. Connor MacLeod 2 January 2020 18: 36 New
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            What if tomorrow the Chinese throw off all US treasuries and exchange dollars for yuan, euro and yen? winked Then USD will become the currency of the Third World country wink
            1. D-ug 2 January 2020 19: 02 New
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              What if tomorrow the Chinese throw off all US treasuries

              Then tomorrow they will begin to die out of hunger. Massively. And in a few years, God forbid, if only half of today's Chinese remain. And there is no certainty about the borders of China.
              Yes, yes, the modern world is designed that way. And the Chinese know this much better than you.
              1. Connor MacLeod 2 January 2020 19: 10 New
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                Why would they suddenly begin to die out? From the fact that they lose 20% of the market? Well, so 80% will remain. Not deadly ...
                1. D-ug 2 January 2020 19: 44 New
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                  Quote: Connor MacLeod
                  From the fact that they lose 20% of the market? Well, so 80% will remain. Not deadly ...

                  They will lose everything. And they will trade with North Korea, Cuba and Iran. At the same time, without getting a niche of new technologies.
                  And they know that.
                  Already in 2018, they were assigned from the priest very specifically (- 23,1% of the value of 2017). Because they decided that they have the right to vote in the world (we are talking about DPRK there). They were shown what rights they have.
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                  They will lose everything. And they will trade with North Korea, Cuba and Iran. At the same time, without getting a niche of new technologies.
                  And they know that.

                  The maximum that the Chinese can lose is 20% of foreign trade, which is tied to the United States. The rest of the countries both traded with China and will continue to trade and fuck what the Paper Tiger thinks, that is, America. Just like they are now trading with Russia and Iran.

                  Quote: D-ug
                  Already in 2018, they were assigned from the priest very specifically (- 23,1% of the value of 2017). Because they decided that they have the right to vote in the world (we are talking about DPRK there). They were shown what rights they have.

                  The Chinese have the Americans in full, manipulate the rules of the WTO as they please. Americans only snot chew: "Enough is enough!" but they can’t do anything.

                  So you are preparing for the worst, start to throw off the dollars slowly. The end is near...
                3. D-ug 2 January 2020 20: 27 New
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                  Quote: Connor MacLeod
                  The maximum that the Chinese can lose is 20% of foreign trade, which is tied to the United States.

                  Many who wish to complete SP2?
                  If anything happens, exactly the same number of people will trade with China.
                  Quote: Connor MacLeod
                  Just like they are now trading with Russia and Iran.

                  Strictly within the limits of the permitted USA.
                  Quote: Connor MacLeod
                  The Chinese have Americans in full,

                  At the end of 2018, China was the main cash cow of the world. He gave a little more than a quarter (19,1 trillion dollars) of the world "milk yield". Of course, not all the milk yield went to the United States, which that year was “fed up” by 13,3 trillion dollars. Something remains of Japan and Europe.
                  There is nothing to be done, China is a third world country. And the countries of the third world have their own responsibilities to this world.
                  If anything, Russia was in 2018th place in the ranking of milk cows in 4. After China, Germany and India.
                  Quote: Connor MacLeod
                  but they can’t do anything.

                  It looks like you do not understand Russian well. A little higher, I already wrote to you what the United States did with China after a disagreement over the DPRK.
                4. Connor MacLeod 2 January 2020 20: 42 New
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                  Quote: D-ug
                  Many who wish to complete SP2?
                  If anything happens, exactly the same number of people will trade with China.

                  A month later, another time when a German or Russian pipe layer (it turns out that there is one in the Far East) will continue to lay a gas pipeline, I will remind you of this conversation. SP-2 will be completed in the same way all other pipelines were completed, contrary to US protests.

                  Quote: D-ug
                  Strictly within the limits of the permitted USA.

                  Iran has been under American sanctions for years, with China, India, Japan and Korea buying as much oil from them as they want. And the Americans can't do a damn thing about it.

                  Quote: D-ug
                  At the end of 2018, China was the main cash cow of the world. He gave a little more than a quarter (19,1 trillion dollars) of the world "milk yield". Of course, not all the milk yield went to the United States, which that year was “fed up” by 13,3 trillion dollars. Something remains of Japan and Europe.
                  There is nothing to be done, China is a third world country. And the countries of the third world have their own responsibilities to this world.
                  If anything, Russia was in 2018th place in the ranking of milk cows in 4. After China, Germany

                  I do not understand your collective farm jargon. Could you use normal macroeconomic terms?

                  Quote: D-ug
                  It looks like you do not understand Russian well. A little higher, I already wrote to you what the United States did with China after a disagreement over the DPRK.

                  Could you elaborate on what "the Americans did with China"?
                5. D-ug 2 January 2020 20: 44 New
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                  I do not understand your collective farm jargon.

                  Well, you don’t understand, then look for information yourself. And so I wrote a lot to you for free.
                6. Svarog51 2 January 2020 21: 22 New
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                  Semyon, come on!
                  And so I wrote a lot to you for free

                  The whole floor in SBU is preoccupied with your earnings. No need to talk about a soap bubble with the strength of a titanium submarine case. The site has people with experience and knowledge. That's the fact that production and technology are strong in the USA - I agree. And their economy (USA) - all this leads to the abyss. The gap between manufactured goods and value added is widening. The reason is very simple - "one with a bipod - seven with a spoon." And when there is an order of magnitude more with a spoon, even a tractor can break. Nothing personal - just a political economy, and in addition - a tough economic policy.
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                  Quote: Svarog51
                  The site has people with experience and knowledge.

                  Yes? Here is the news, so the news.
                  Why then do they not write anything?
                  Quote: Svarog51
                  That's the fact that production and technology are strong in the USA - I agree.

                  In vain. A very significant part of American production is in third world countries. Trump wants to return at least part to the United States. But so far it turns out so-so.
                  Quote: Svarog51
                  And their economy (USA) - all this leads to the abyss.

                  Something they don’t know.
                  Quote: Svarog51
                  The gap between manufactured goods and value added is widening.

                  How's that? belay
                  Quote: Svarog51
                  The reason is very simple - "one with a bipod - seven with a spoon."

                  Take an interest in labor productivity in the USA. Very surprised.
                  Quote: Svarog51
                  Nothing personal - just a political economy

                  Political Economy.
                  But she's actually talking about something else.
                8. Svarog51 2 January 2020 21: 44 New
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                  Well, why is it not clear? If there are machines - you can rivet products. Labor productivity is on top. Only here there is a "pitfall" - now you need to lay down software in the product - this is the problem. Comp happens to start to fail. Iron is good, but refuses to work. A lot of examples.
                  P.S. Political economy is when the army does not need to be connected (threatened with use) in order to promote the goods. Political economy is when you cannot push your goods to the market without forceful intervention.
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                  If there are machines - you can rivet products.

                  It is impossible to cook products. No one will buy it. So it was with the "Soviet products." While the market was closed, they bought. As opened, factories (except for raw materials) went bankrupt.
                10. Svarog51 2 January 2020 22: 02 New
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                  You are mistaken and very much. It was not the market that was opened, but the competitors were allowed into without restrictions, for which they paid for by closing their own production.
                  "Let the pike into the pond with crucian carp"
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                  Quote: Svarog51
                  Not a market was opened, but competitors were allowed to enter without restrictions,

                  This is called "open the market."
                  Quote: Svarog51
                  for which they paid for by closing their own production.

                  They didn’t have to rivet the products.
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                  And what did the industrial enterprise have to do? Do you have any idea what they are created for? I hope you will not deny that Henry Ford put the production of cars on stream?
                13. D-ug 2 January 2020 22: 16 New
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                  And what did the industrial enterprise have to do?

                  Nothing. Saw equipment for scrap, and redo the area into a shopping center.
                  Reforming Soviet production (not raw materials) was impossible and unprofitable.
                  Quote: Svarog51
                  what did Henry Ford put on stream car manufacturing?

                  And where does Henry Ford and his cars for Soviet production?
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                  Soviet production also used the conveyor and continuous production at large enterprises. Is this news for you? And it was cost-effective and competitive, as long as competitors could not influence it. Well, you know the current situation. How nice it was in Germany to get a brand new HB from my native plant, near which I lived. The only plant in Europe could produce HB with the addition of lavsan in any proportions. Naturally, it was destroyed during perestroika; it was throat to competitors in the west. And so it happened in many industries. And now, trading floors and a bunch of small manufacturers. And the first blow to production was the collapse of the Union. The plant lost Uzbek cotton and became unprofitable. And the cotton went to China. Now Chinese weavers and spinners earn.
                15. D-ug 3 January 2020 12: 40 New
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                  Soviet production also used the conveyor and continuous production at large enterprises.

                  Again.
                  "Soviet factories" were factories for the production of "Soviet products." Those. shit. How they did it, this shit, produced, does not matter.
                  Quote: Svarog51
                  And it was cost-effective and competitive, as long as competitors could not influence it.

                  The stump is clear. Monopolism is always very beneficial. There are no competitors. Do yourself shit, they’ll buy it anyway.
                  Quote: Svarog51
                  The only plant in Europe could produce HB with the addition of lavsan in any proportions.

                  When you write this, I feel like crying and cold beer.
                  Why are you writing deliberate nonsense? I do not even exclude that this plant was really the only one in Europe. Because the rest, and much more advanced plants, were in Asia.
                  Quote: Svarog51
                  Naturally, it was destroyed during perestroika; it was throat to competitors in the west.

                  It’s only that you wrote that he was the only one (monopolist). And then write about competitors. You’ll already make a difference.
                  He simply could not sell his "Soviet products" anywhere. nobody needed her. So he went bankrupt.
                  Quote: Svarog51
                  And the first blow to production was the collapse of the Union.

                  Of course. The market was opened by the USSR. And immediately all the "Soviet enterprises" croaked at once. Because the shit they let out was not needed by anyone.
                  Quote: Svarog51
                  Combine lost Uzbek cotton and became unprofitable

                  He became unprofitable. And there is no need for cotton.
                  Quote: Svarog51
                  And the cotton went to China. Now Chinese weavers and spinners earn.

                  They would perfectly earn money without Uzbek cotton.
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                Reforming Soviet production (not raw materials) was impossible and unprofitable.

                it was a targeted collapse, look at dill today
  • Connor MacLeod 3 January 2020 04: 50 New
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    So enlighten - sho there for milking?
  • Sergey Averchenkov 2 January 2020 23: 38 New
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    I know for sure that you are an enemy of Russia. You can jump.
  • poquello 3 January 2020 20: 13 New
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    Many who wish to complete SP2?
    If anything happens, exactly the same number of people will trade with China.

    you have a real misfortune with the attic, they will finish building up sp2 - do not hesitate that there are currently no suitable vessels for laying - this is a short delay, the Chinese cover with goods how much% of world production, including localization of TNCs?
  • VyacheSeymour 2 January 2020 21: 51 New
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    What if tomorrow the Chinese throw off all US treasuries and exchange dollars for yuan, euro and yen? winked Then USD will become the currency of a Third World country wink


    Well, I threw it off ... by a couple of trillions. Well, they depreciated the buck (including my gold-currency reserve as well). How many euro and yen have become more expensive by a machine and you can buy a cheap dollar? In China, for such a squandering of foreign exchange reserves and kneel in the stadium for a short time!
    Well, let alone the exchange of their own cheap dollars for their own yuan, which has risen in price in a moment - generally KNOW-HOW !!!

    Well, let's say, - the Chinese gave a fool, - did it your way! ... And where are these loads of cheap bucks to do? .. There is only one way out - to return to the Homeland, sweeping away everything from the shelves ...- that there is only good for the Amer producer! Ah, the Chinese seem to need this most of all ?!
  • Andrey VOV 2 January 2020 18: 36 New
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    Are you still restless and spoiling on all topics of the site? Get out of here
  • businessv 2 January 2020 19: 31 New
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    Are you drunk?
    Obviously the person is not in himself.

    To go over to the personality is redneck, so your comment is not important as such!
  • NEXUS 3 January 2020 00: 41 New
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    There, it turns out, the yuan was still some kind of strong drawn. Currency of the third world !!!

    Tell me, my friend, why are you smoking there that made you so widespread? China is the second economy of the world, and in some positions the first. What third world, weird?
  • venik 2 January 2020 18: 57 New
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    If the dollar felt good, then there would be no conflict between Trump and the head of the Fed at the discount rate

    ========
    Ruslan! Well, why are you arguing with a person who does not understand what he "carries" (from the word "AT ALL")? This is useless! Alas! request
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    until, soon after this, not at the time fallen green foliage, not one beggar will bend down! Drain before it's too late
  • GibSoN 2 January 2020 20: 45 New
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    To save the dollar, they will go to all sorts of provocations ...
    Interesting .. And what saved the Russian Federation with Iran by conducting similar exercises?
  • Chaldon48 6 January 2020 11: 56 New
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    Instead of a stellar flag over US institutions, it would be more correct to raise a flag with a dollar image
  • Sergey Averchenkov 2 January 2020 19: 29 New
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    Dear Nexus, I looked that you still have 2 minuses ... Who is it interesting? Anglo-Saxons or horse racing?
    1. NEXUS 2 January 2020 20: 19 New
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      Dear Nexus, I looked that you still have 2 minuses ... Who is it interesting? Anglo-Saxons or horse racing?

      Is it that important? There are enough trolls and idiots here after reformatting the site. I have not been paying attention to this for about 5 years now. I do not come here for the sake of titles and pluses. I don’t even put minuses even to expertsDamaged for as long as 5 years already.
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        In something you are right - it does not matter.
  • Thrifty 2 January 2020 16: 18 New
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    The fact that the Yankees will spoil, or at least try to disrupt the teachings, was understandable anyway. Another thing is that our patience and common sense prevailed over attempts to spoil the United States.
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    Provocations are food for the American military. Only it is not clear who leaked the Old Iranian enemies.
    It is not clear: to believe or not.
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      Do not at least believe the parts about the provocation with a civilian ship - it is not even in the original source of the news. But it is amazing how eagerly everyone began to discuss exactly this very elegantly mixed part of this half-truth. The States really have something to complain about - why invent something? This only weakens the position of the presenter.
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        Their style, so nothing incredible, Vyacheslav Viktorovich.
        1. Vyacheslav Viktorovich 2 January 2020 22: 16 New
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          Eugene, there is a rather slippery path here - if you make assumptions from your picture of the world, and build a picture of the world from assumptions, then after some time it will not be clear what the picture of the world is based on, and whether it has sailed far beyond the limits of adequacy. Therefore, for reasons of intellectual hygiene, it is always worthwhile to pay attention to what is known reliably - so that at any moment you have before your eyes the undoubted factual side of the issue.
  • rocket757 2 January 2020 16: 32 New
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    Do what you need and will be what you need, in the end.
    Now there are not many who want to climb mad at the rampage .... here are the others to push, at please !!! although those who are mono push, also not very much.
  • Tank jacket 2 January 2020 16: 40 New
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    A Malaysian civilian Boeing was shot down in Ukraine, let alone a civilian ship ... The Americans (Clintonids) are ready for anything to unleash a third world war, to write off debts.
    1. SSR
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      Quote: Tank jacket
      A civilian Malaysian Boeing was shot down in Ukraine, what can we say about a civilian ship ...

      How many such dirty provocations have already been and how many have been destroyed through their fault and all the same, Europeans are creeping under the mattress pipe.
      1. Tank jacket 2 January 2020 16: 51 New
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        I agree with you, but where do the Europeans go? Germany in occupation, plus no one canceled the chancellor request Here is an interesting point that ours were ready for a provocation and took ...
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        Novel hi
        Quote: SSR
        How many such dirty provocations have already been and how many have been destroyed through their fault and all the same, Europeans are creeping under the mattress pipe

        I remember one of the meager presidents said: "The tree of freedom should be irrigated with the blood of the patriots." But he did not say in the blood of what patriots ... wink
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          Quote: bouncyhunter
          I remember one of the meager presidents said: "The tree of freedom should be irrigated with the blood of the patriots."

          Good!)))
          So they "irrigate" in different ways, a "heavenly type of a hundred" in which they wrote someone not later (exposing Sharia) or the blood of the Syrians, Libyans, worked violins and relatives, they pick up the audience and victims. The Korean Boeing was framed and we are the "Empire of Evil", they shot down the Iranian board and did not even apologize.
          Now, too lazy to poke around, but the fact that on the surface, the killing of Kennedy, ends in the water, killed the "suspect" Oswald.
          Well, what can they designate and make sacred sacrifices even from specifically worked out material such as a traitor skripal, they know how. Absolute cynicism, shake a test tube at the UN and brazenly lie! What kind of lice should I be?
          PS.
          Piglet followed in their footsteps, then passports, then iron, Zelensky shook bracelets .. Insanity grows stronger.
          1. bouncyhunter 2 January 2020 17: 38 New
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            Quote: SSR
            they pick up the audience and victims

            You can’t say better! good
            Quote: SSR
            What kind of lice should I be?

            They consider themselves to be "the helper of the whole planet." negative
        2. Tersky 2 January 2020 17: 38 New
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          Quote: bouncyhunter
          But he did not say in the blood of what patriots ...

          It would be more accurate and more accurate WHOSE patriots. Pasha hi !
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            Vitya, be healthy! hi
            Quote: Tersky
            It would be more accurate and more accurate WHOSE patriots

            Who wanted - he correctly understood me. wink After the civil war of the north and south, the mattresses forgot that there is such a thing as “war at the gates”. Here they go ...
            1. Tank jacket 2 January 2020 18: 00 New
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              Paul hi if Trump loses the election, then the mattresses will be washed away with the blood of a civil war. There rednecks (in Russian quilted jackets) will get arsenals laughing
              1. bouncyhunter 2 January 2020 18: 21 New
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                Ruslan, with the coming! hi
                Quote: Tank jacket
                if Trump will lose the election

                Exactly: if. I do not think in the distance ... wink
                1. Tank jacket 2 January 2020 18: 55 New
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                  Pavel, you, too, have a Happy New Year, health and joy in the new !!!))) And I wonder ....
                  and you know, in secret I’ll tell you that I often guess, it’s even interesting ... Everyone adapts ...
                  and to its features, too.
                  Man is such a miracle ..... wink
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                    Man is a strange creature. Not rational - rationalizing. Not constructive - destructive. There are many such epithets. But I - believe in man and people. I stood on that and will stand. soldier
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      The Americans (Clintonids) are ready for anything to unleash a third world war, to write off debts.

      Wars are fought for profit and superprofits.
    3. Vita vko 2 January 2020 17: 10 New
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      Civil Malaysian Boeing shot down in Ukraine

      In 1988 American cruiser Vincennes shot down an Airbus A300B2-203 (EP-IBU) passenger plane, killing 290 people.
      In general, the US government sees the incident as a military incident and believes that the cruiser’s team acted in accordance with current circumstances. Later, the cruiser commander was awarded the Legion of Honor Order for his successful service from 1987 to 1989.

      Therefore, when Ukraine shot down a Malaysian Boeing, one can only be surprised at the modesty of Parashenko who has not officially awarded anyone.
      1. Tank jacket 2 January 2020 17: 20 New
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        Vita vko hi let me disagree with you. I am sure that the Malaysian Boeing was the Gleivitz of our days, and, a little later, after about twenty years, we will find out that some radish was awarded the Order of Congress for the downed Boeing ...
    4. NKT
      NKT 2 January 2020 18: 26 New
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      Iranian passenger plane also failed
      1. Tank jacket 2 January 2020 19: 06 New
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        hi Yes ... Iranian passenger plane also failed ... In English there is no word "conscience", there is consience- "awareness" - i.e. conscious
        (scientific) meanness ...
  • ximkim 2 January 2020 17: 01 New
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    [/ quote] Recall that before the start of the exercises in the American military blogosphere, it was noted that the tasks of the exercises in the Gulf of Oman allegedly include "developing a plan to block the Fifth Fleet of the US Navy." [quote]
    And how do you want? Enemies do not twist!
  • Chingachguk 2 January 2020 17: 04 New
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    Was Lukashenko also in the ranks of those gathered? I won’t be surprised if this is so.
  • knn54 2 January 2020 17: 07 New
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    And something that the phrase of the beginning of the 90s "from Vladimir Volfovich" remembered: Russian marines will once wash their boots in the Indian Ocean.
  • Kleber 2 January 2020 18: 13 New
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    the exercises in the Gulf of Oman allegedly include "developing a plan to block the Fifth Fleet of the US Navy."


    The meaning of blocking it? In the event of a real war, the fifth fleet (as well as the others) will be destroyed by a missile strike.
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    Recall that before the start of the exercises in the American military blogosphere, it was noted that the tasks of the exercises in the Gulf of Oman allegedly include "developing a plan to block the Fifth Fleet of the US Navy."


    Well, why not, the USA, what matters?
  • Vyacheslav Viktorovich 2 January 2020 19: 08 New
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    According to Iranian sources, the US Navy has proposed the implementation of the option of provocation with a civilian vessel.

    No, they don’t have such data. Original message from the Iranian news agency:
    https://www.tasnimnews.com/en/news/2020/01/02/2172678/us-allies-failed-to-sabotage-iran-russia-china-naval-exercise-commander-says
    It does not say anything about a provocation with a civilian vessel.
  • Adimius38 2 January 2020 19: 26 New
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    oh, funny to read about evil Americans)) and in the meantime, the entire Russian elite, including officials, are in no hurry to export their kids from such hated countries of the West)) moreover, the volume of investments from Russia into American assets is increasing)
    1. NordUral 2 January 2020 21: 10 New
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      We don’t forget them, we all remember when we remove them from power in the elections.
    2. rotkiv04 2 January 2020 21: 45 New
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      And this is for Urya patriots
  • NordUral 2 January 2020 21: 09 New
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    Iran notes that for the United States, the willingness to use civilian means of sea or air transport to carry out military provocations is not new.
    That's for sure, remember the "Korean" flight in the 84th.
  • rotkiv04 2 January 2020 21: 44 New
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    Rainbow in the course ofigeli
  • Positiv 3 January 2020 08: 33 New
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    destabilize the situation with the simultaneous "demonization" of the maneuvers of the ships of the fleets of Iran, Russia and China.

    They can do this with "their media" .. I really hope that these exercises will be held periodically! Together - we are force .. hi
    1. MPK105 10 January 2020 00: 48 New
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      Combat training should be conducted continuously and persistently, it is always necessary to keep gunpowder dry!