Why Trump killed Suleimani and why it matters to us

Why Trump killed Suleimani and why it matters to us

Kassem Suleimani


On January 2, 2020, Kassem Suleimani was killed in Baghdad. This event must be understood and the right conclusions drawn from it, and urgently because it has the most direct relation to our future. Direct.

Alas, the domestic public is not particularly good at “understanding”. Until now, the slain is simply called an Iranian general. Yes, it was strictly formally an Iranian general, but as early as 2009 he could have removed the Iranian president, even if not alone.

Of course, strictly formal, it was just the commander of a part of the Iranian special operations forces. But in fact, he controlled a huge transnational financial empire, rich enough to sponsor the entire Iranian war machine in the Middle East, without receiving a single rial from the country's budget. And a gigantic network of non-state armies, one of which was, for example, Hezbollah, but was not the only one. Even Christians fought for him, he was able to lure to his side the deadly enemies of Iran and all Shiites in the world - Al-Qaeda (banned in Russia). The Kurds, with the pacification of which began his military career in Iran, hid him in Iraq from their main allies - the Americans.

Yes, in terms of its official status, it was no match for many in Iran. But in fact, he gave orders to foreign presidents as his subordinates - and they implicitly carried them out.

Kassem Suleimani was once a boy trying to find at least some work to help save his peasant father from being arrested for debt. And the day before his death, the number of people with more power than he had was less than fingers on his hands. In the world, not in Iran. In Iran, however, too - only Ayatollah Khamenei could have resigned him if he wanted to. But he would not want to, because Suleymani was a national hero who will be remembered for many years after the name Khamenei is forever forgotten by everyone. Part of the national pantheon, a figure commensurate with Saladdin in the Shiite Muslim world. The man who ruled Iraq and the war in Syria at the same time. A person personally acquainted with Bashar al-Assad and, apparently, with Vladimir Putin. Friend of Hassan Nasrallah. In Iran, he is credited with the idea of ​​calling Russia to Syria. This, apparently, is not true, but the scale of Suleymani’s personality quite gives grounds for such rumors.

In the world today there is almost no person proportional in scale. Putin if only. Xi Jinping is still possible. Even the one who killed Suleimani Trump does not hold out, however, it happens that people simply kill those who surpass them in their personal qualities. This is especially simple when, for no reason, around the corner.

Suleymani would have won the presidential election in Iran dry if he wanted to. But he at one time abandoned his political career with the words: "I want to remain a soldier of the revolution." In Iran, he was called the word "sardar" - the commander. Of course, this is also one of the Iranian traditions - the so-called high-ranking officers, in the press, for example. That's just all the commanders had surnames, but simply the commander in Iran was alone. And will be left alone.

It was a legend man. Pretty scary legend, one cannot but admit it, but a legend. Human symbol. And even his death is filled with symbols, like no one else. IN stories Russian large-scale personalities were also, for example, Ermak. But there were few of them. And no one had many of them.

He was the one who sought peace with the Americans and successfully led Iran to him, and then became the one who destroyed the largest number of American soldiers after Vietnam. And not of his own free will. He crushed American plans in Iraq and conquered Iraq for his country. He fought for the reincarnation of the Persian Empire like no other and almost won.

He died from weaponsspecially created for secret killings. Useless in war, but effective for secret killings of those who cannot defend themselves here and now. Weapons, which today in itself is a symbol, only a symbol of another country - the United States. Crystal clear symbol.

And in his death are lessons. And there are also a lot of them.

But first things first.

Shadow commander


There is no point in retelling the biography of Kassem Suleimani. It is publicly available, including in Russian. But something worth commenting. Having gone to war with Iraq as a junior officer, Suleymani distinguished himself with such a level of courage and military ability that he received a phenomenal career growth. Having joined the IRGC at age 22, at thirty he already commanded a division, and received his first formation, an infantry brigade, at age 27. However, those who served with him noted that he retained that attitude to human life, which is more likely characteristic of a junior officer. Suleimani always suffered heavily from losses in his units. Then, in the eighties, he was one of the first officers in Iran who raised his voice against the "wasteful" methods of warfare practiced by the Iranians. It is possible that this influenced his style of operations in the future.

After the war with Iraq ended, the Iranian authorities began to look for a way to “resolve issues” with neighbors at a not so terrible price as it was in the war with Iraq. In addition, Iran, which constantly fell under one or another sanction, simply did not have money for big wars. It was logical and, most importantly, in line with the local cultural paradigm, to create forces capable of waging an irregular war, exhausting and fettering the enemy, on the far approaches to Iran. The ideal basis for such forces was a formation that was mistakenly called in the press by the Arabic word Al-Quds. In fact, in Farsi it is called “Cods,” though it means the same thing, “Jerusalem.”

From the very beginning of the war with Iraq, the Cods fought an irregular war in Iraqi Kurdistan, and since 1982 began subversive anti-Israeli activities in Lebanon. It was then that Hezbollah was created, which “settled” anti-Israeli and anti-Christian sentiments in Lebanon after the events of 1982.

After the war with Iraq, the Cods was supposed to move to a new level. And for this he needed a new commander.

In 1998, Suleimani became such a commander. By that time, he had not only fought the Iran-Iraq war, and operations against Kurdish rebels in Iran, but also successful operations as part of a large-scale and bloody war on drugs on the Afghan border.

The domestic reader is also not aware of these events, but these were large-scale and bloody events. Suleimani finally built up his reputation precisely in the chaos of the war of all against all, where the Iranian military had to repel the attacks of drug-trafficked gangs and catch bullets in the back from their side, where the mountains were mined and paths were blocked with the help of engineering structures, where you had to go on raids on drug caravans, lie in ambush and win without outside help. No artillery or aviation. In a war where Iranian roadblocks and strongholds were systematically besieged and raided from Afghanistan, and on the streets of bordering Iranian cities, the drug mafia killed any military indiscriminately, even privates, even generals, for years.

It was in this hell that the infantry commander Suleymani showed himself to be a master of irregular warfare. After that, his appointment to a new post became logical.

After the appointment, Suleimani becomes involved and gradually expands anti-Saddam operations in Iraq, as well as subversive actions against the Taliban movement (banned in the Russian Federation) in Afghanistan. He also dramatically strengthened Kods’s ties with the Lebanese Hezbollah movement, gaining more help from Iran, including people.

But that takeoff in his career, which made him one of the unwritten rulers of the Shiite world, Suleimani became thanks to the Americans. It was the struggle with them that made him who he was.

But this was not what the Iranians sought, nor what Suleimani sought.

As you know, after the events of September 11, 2001 in the United States, Russia provided various support to the United States in its operations in Afghanistan. It is less known that Iran provided similar support.

From Iran, it was Suleimani, whom the Americans then knew as Haji Kassem, responsible for interacting with the United States. It was Iran that provided the United States with the most detailed information on the location of the Taliban bases and units, the very one that the Kods operatives obtained in their dangerous operations on Afghan territory. Suleimani even carried out the arrests of Al-Qaeda operatives in Iran and ensured their delivery to Afghanistan. As the Americans who worked with the Iranians later recalled, it was a very profitable collaboration.

Everything changed dramatically in January 2002, when US President George W. Bush declared Iran a part of some “axis of evil” in his annual address to Congress.

This shocked the Iranians, who already saw the United States as an ally in the fight against the Taliban, and the American diplomats who worked with them, too. But that was a fact. For Suleimani himself, this was also a problem because in a sense he bet on the Americans. And now they have done such a trick.

The Republicans, however, did not care who and what helped their country. They wanted to kill and destroy, they, by and large, were not even interested in the surrender of those countries that were designated victims of America, they were interested in corpses, and Iran was also on the list. But - after Iraq.

In 2003, the American army crushed Iraq. Iran did not particularly protest against the collapse of its sworn enemy, whose aggression claimed nearly half a million Iraqi lives. Moreover, under the leadership of Suleymani, after the American invasion and occupation of Iraq, the Iranians again got in touch with their old counterparts.

True, now fear was also felt in their behavior. It seemed to them that their country would be next, however, at the time of the American invasion of Iraq it was planned.

Few people know, but the first occupation government in Iraq was created by the Americans with the participation of Kassem Suleimani. He participated in the selection of candidates and coordinated them with the Americans. True, soon it was over.

On the one hand, no goodwill gestures addressed to the United States worked. It seemed that the Yankees had turned into cannibalistic fanatics obsessed with the idea of ​​annihilating everyone, meaning Iran in the first place. But on the other hand, and at the same time, it was clear that they were stalling in Iraq.

2004 is the year when the Iranians re-evaluated the situation. Now it looked different: the United States was still a maniac country, which had fallen into insanity, but now this maniac was clearly stuck in his two wars, for some unknown reason. Now, after the failure to cooperate with the Americans, another strategy has become logical - to make them stuck in a guerrilla war. And the Cods immediately set to work. The Suleymani people massively trained different, independent Shiite groups that immediately began to attack the Americans, and Iranian proteges in the Iraqi government were sabotaging American efforts to restore order. Over the year, the Iranians managed to raise a powerful wave of resistance.

They also managed to seriously arm the rebels. For example, Americans widely used armored cars protected from explosions and small arms, designated as MRAP - Mine Resistant, Ambush Protected. These vehicles protected the crews well, and the destruction of the American occupation was a problem for the Iraqis. The Iranians very quickly created portable mines with a warhead of the "strike core" type, and set up their production and delivery to Iraq. These mines easily hit monstrous American armored cars and claimed the lives of hundreds of American soldiers. And this was also the work of Suleimani.

His activity in Iraq is professionally effective and Persian insidious, deserves a separate description. The Americans tried to capture him - to no avail. He also had mistakes - for example, the involvement of Al-Qaeda in operations against the United States ended as a result of attacks by its militants and the Iraqi Shiites, which is Suleimani’s personal mistake. True, they also killed the Americans, so the mistake was not grave.

In addition to the war to weaken the United States, Suleymani was committed to ensuring that a strong government capable of threatening Iran would never emerge in Iraq, and also successfully.

The outcome of these efforts is known. In 2011, the United States officially ended the occupation of Iraq, minimizing its presence in this country. There was no longer any talk of an invasion of Iran, and Iraq itself was awash with Iraqi militias, which could easily defeat the official Iraqi army, while the Iraqi government itself was directly controlled from Tehran, with Sulejmani personally controlling it.

At the same time as the war, Suleimani created the economic basis for his operations. Putting banks and oil supplies under control in Iraq, and then elsewhere, he ensured that his military empire found itself in self-financing. This was exactly what the Iranians wanted after the war with Iraq: the issues of their defense were resolved, firstly, themselves, without involving large masses of Iranian troops, secondly, efficiently, thirdly, outside Iranian territory, and fourthly, still and for free.

The outbreak of the American-inspired terrorist war in the region made Suleimani even more in demand. In Iraq and Syria, the main burden of wars against terrorist groups, once created with the participation of the United States, was carried by various militias and Shiite groups created by the IRGC. In Syria, the Lebanese Hezbollah, the brainchild of the Cods, tutored by Suleimani, has become the most combat-ready units. At a certain point, Suleimani turned out to be the man who controlled all the wars in Iraq and Syria at once.

The Iranians, however, did not have enough resources. If Assad they were helped by Russia, the terrorists pumped money and resources the whole pro-Western world. In Iraq, the United States delayed the supply of weapons to the official Iraqi army until ISIS (banned in the Russian Federation) reached the borders allocated to it by puppeteers from Washington, and did not strike at terrorists until this happened. The IRGC used there both its aircraft and its armored vehicles. And if in Iran there were somehow enough Iranian resources to at least stop the terrorist attack, then things were going very badly in Syria. It got to the point that the routes along which the Assad family traveled in everyday life began to undergo mortar shelling - and no way out was visible.

But Russia soon appeared in Syria, the Americans in Iraq began to besiege their unbridled offspring - ISIS, and Suleymani was again able to achieve success. In Russia, everyone knows about the role of the Russian Air Force, but few people know that until 2016, almost the entire war on the earth was "taken out" by Iran - the Syrian army at some point lost its combat effectiveness almost completely. The Iranians did it poorly and stupidly, but there were no other troops then.

In general, in the success of the fight against terror in Syria, the role of the people of Suleymani is comparable to the role of Russia. Now the situation is different, Russia was able to create its own ground forces not controlled by Iran in this country, but at the beginning of our intervention in the conflict, everything was different.

And if in our public consciousness the symbol of the Syrian fracture is a bomber with red stars on the planes, then in Iran this is a portrait of Kassem Suleimani. Commander

In the West, he is considered a terrorist. And indeed - neither he nor his people were restrained in the means. But one should not condemn them all - without exception, all the participants in the wars in the region, except for Russia, are deeply imprisoned in war crimes that they committed voluntarily and deliberately. And it is unlikely from the point of view of common sense that the passage of ISIS militants from Iraq to Syria by the Americans before the re-capture of Palmyra is something worse than the help of Hezbollah Iranians in obtaining missiles that are guaranteed to fly to residential areas. Israeli phosphorus bombs over Gaza kill far more than the Iranians killed in all the years since the Islamic Revolution. And when someone gives everything that is happening hysterical moral assessments, then such a person should start from the side that he considers his own.


Israeli Air Force strike on Gaza residential areas using white phosphorus. What is better than a bomb in a backpack? Nothing

Neither the Iranians nor Suleymani were and are not angels with wings. But amid the Americans and Israelis, these are just children. It is worth remembering this when someone will arrange another tantrum.

Kassem Suleimani died in a situation where neither he nor his organization had been conducting any military operations against the United States for a long time and when the United States had not conducted any military operations against the Iranian forces for a long time. He died in the course of a long unspoken truce. He, in fact, was therefore not hiding, but calmly flew to Baghdad Airport by plane, got into the car without hiding, and drove around the city at night.

The idea that he behaved this way before giving the command to carry out an indiscriminate harassing shelling of an American base that did not lead to any serious casualties of the enemy looks, to put it mildly, silly.

Yes, the Americans themselves formulate the reason for his murder differently. You must understand that their words are in any case a lie.

Kassem Suleimani was killed by a rocket, unofficially called by the Americans "Ninja" - Hellfire 9X. Its specific feature is that in order to hit a target, instead of a warhead with explosives, it uses knives - six long blades of this size, so that when a typical passenger car is hit, cut into pieces all who ride in the cabin. This weapon, specially created for murders, is useless in a war with a real enemy. Such missiles cannot hit armored vehicles. They are designed specifically to open cars and kill their passengers.


AGM-114 Hellfire 9X. Guided missile for killing, not for war. One of a kind

This is symbolic. If Kassem Suleimani is a symbol of Iran, then his death is a symbol of the United States. The murder of a former adversary with whom there has been no war for a long time and who has not been hiding, moreover, an adversary who once sought American friendship, but whose country the United States sentenced to death, using weapons specially created for the secret killings of people who are unable to defend themselves. A symbol of American culture as it is. Yes, some of the ninja-chopped people are actually terrorists.

Even those who were once trained and trained by the Americans themselves.

But Suleimani was not on this list.

Why did Trump do this?


This article is written on Saturday, January 4th. And on Sunday, January 5, the Iraqi parliament must decide: to remain with American troops in the country after this or not. We venture to suggest the following.

Trump promised to withdraw troops from both Iraq and Syria. At the same time, he needs any support during the ongoing impeachment process. This impeachment, of course, is doomed, but the pressure that the neocons exert on Trump is truly scary.

Trump was already trying to get out of Syria, but this impulse was successfully sabotaged. And he cannot overcome the resistance of the neocons.

But what if the further presence of troops there becomes technically impossible? Then the neocons will have to come to terms. There will be no choice. And Trump will become the person who fulfilled the promise to leave Iraq and Syria. But how to do that? How to make the finding of troops in Iraq and Syria impossible? Here, no neocons can handle it.

In such circumstances, to do something for which the Iraqis themselves push the United States out of their country is quite a decision. And that means that they will have to leave Syria as well, because it is possible to supply a group there only through Iraq.

So it turns out that Trump could well have "framed himself." Kill the old enemy and at the cost of his life solve his domestic political problems. Why not?

It is possible that the reason for the murder of Suleymani is precisely this. It was a significant figure, and the Iranians simply cannot close their eyes to his death - not on that scale. It is possible that the expulsion of the Americans from Iraq as a “response” - this is what the American president actually wants.

According to regional media outlets, there are already leaks that Pompeo offers the Iranians to respond proportionally and calm down on this, that the United States is "breaking through" the future Iranian reaction and is generally not interested in the war. Then what did they achieve?

Lessons and challenges for Russia.


The way the United States treated Iran and its general is an example confirming the rule of life on this planet that has already been voiced many times: no peaceful coexistence with the United States is possible. No way, in principle. No concessions, no help, no help will force the Americans to abandon plans to destroy those countries that they “sentenced”. It is impossible to agree with them, it is impossible to come to an understanding. It's impossible.

Suleimani tried, and his country tried. The result is obvious. The USSR tried, and it is not there either. Saddam Hussein was a welcome guest in the United States in the 80s - the Americans even supplied him with chemical weapons. His country was destroyed, the children were killed, and he himself later too. Gaddafi made a lot of efforts to normalize relations with the United States, and everyone knows what he ended up with, and in Libya today there are slave markets in place of schools and hospitals. Assad tried to establish relations with the United States, handed over terrorists to them, shared information and began negotiations with Israel on the Golan. The result is known. Russia supported the United States after September 11th. Today, the number of ethnic Russians killed in Ukraine amounts to many thousands, and they are killed with US support. A lot of examples.

Once again - no peaceful coexistence with the United States is possible, trying to achieve one is a waste of time.

This is the lesson we again see in the biography of Kassem Suleimani. As previously seen in other examples.

Findings for the future is more difficult. If the US motives are really what they seem, then Trump can really get out of the Middle East quagmire. And then his hands will be untied. Today, the fix idea for Americans is the desire to “besiege” China. But China has behind its back, according to the United States, a backing country - Russia. If knocked out, then China’s position in the confrontation with the United States will be greatly weakened.

And it doesn’t matter how true this train of thought is: both Napoleon and Hitler thought the same way, but this did not stop the second of them from repeating the mistake of the first. Americans think in a similar way.

So, Trump's untied hands can come out to us sideways - and hard. His words about the desire for a good relationship with Russia are just words, the Americans are not able to understand by them something other than our surrender, as the USSR used to be. At least within the political elite.

However, the idea of ​​using the Russians as a battering ram against the Chinese and “resolving the Chinese question” with the wrong hands there also excites some minds. And he even finds supporters-traitors in Russia itself, alas.

Thus, our interest is not to let Trump's hands loose. They should further be connected by Afghanistan, Syria, and Iraq. The United States needs to be stuck there for the longest possible time.

In the American-built world, many dead Americans mean few dead Russians, and vice versa. We willy-nilly have to play by these rules.

So, all the efforts of Russia in the conditions of the crisis provoked by the assassination of Suleimani by the Americans should contribute to a simple thing - they should not be allowed to leave the region quickly. They must stay there, they must spend their resources and money there ...

There is one more thing. Iran, thanks to the efforts of people like Suleimani, is actively strengthening, and soon, if everything goes as it goes, we will face a new edition of the Persian Empire. Historical experience says that this is not good for Russia. Iran already has expansionist plans in the post-Soviet space, and some - together with China. The combined resources of Iran and China are incommensurably greater than ours.

It is cynical, but how much we need America’s eternal war, it’s not clear why and where it is not clear, it would be useful for us if this very America would besiege Iran. Moreover, playing in such a mess on the side of the Iranians, you can finally make the Americans pay for their past atrocities. Take a direct tax on blood, as, for example, in Korea. And the ideal outcome is the bleeding wound of the United States that will not allow them to wage their undeclared war against us for at least some time, and Iran weakened and safe for Russia, which can be made a very profitable economic partner in this case.

We did not create a world that is structured in this way. So, we can and must protect ourselves from both real and future threats, without experiencing any special remorse about this. Because in relation to us no one will experience such remorse.

This is what we need to think about in connection with the death of Kassem Suleimani.
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  1. Ross xnumx 5 January 2020 06: 14 New
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    Lessons and challenges for Russia.

    The Russian authorities did not go ahead with the history of Hussein, Gaddafi, Chavez ... A deceitful policy of shaking hands with the subsequent destruction. The assassination of Kassem Suleimani will also not work.
    But at stake is more than an ephemeral "partnership" ...
    1. GKS 2111 5 January 2020 06: 25 New
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      no peaceful coexistence with the USA is possible. No way, in principle. No concessions, no help, no assistance It will not force the Americans to abandon plans to destroy those countries that they “sentenced”. It is impossible to agree with them, it is impossible to come to an understanding. It's impossible.

      These are the lessons that our leadership should have learned a long time ago, and they are all "partners, partners" ... They think that someone will need them there? They don’t even need taxi drivers and laundresses in Paris and landon, do they really understand ?
      1. knn54 5 January 2020 09: 13 New
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        With their capitals, "helpers" they will not. Children, grandchildren received an elite education. work. Interest is dripping. Although an example of the same Berezovsky shows that the West "waste material"
        not needed.
        Trump decided to earn points. Israel removed the MAIN adversary. The drug mafia, the Islamic State, Al Qaeda, etc., are also satisfied.
        I would like to add that the part of the Syrian population (quite considerable) that they wanted to see as their president was not Assad, but the General.
        And an IMPORTANT fact, it is Suleymani’s arguments that proved to be almost decisive in the Russian interference in the Syrian conflict against the "sworn partners".
        Alas, the General managed to make too many enemies.
        1. Astronaut 5 January 2020 11: 54 New
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          Their capital is very easy to arrest.
          1. Chaldon48 5 January 2020 12: 09 New
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            Any capital, any money has a price and represents value, only as long as it is provided with material labor.
        2. 16329 5 January 2020 12: 01 New
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          Complete nonsense, capital without status and political support in the modern world costs nothing, they are simply * frozen at the request of any authorities and without any judicial decision: a request for confirmation of legal sources is enough, and try to confirm by providing a sufficient number of documents that satisfy the requirements of the Requestor.
          About children and their education - it’s generally funny who needs them without status and ties with the current political system
          1. Altona 6 January 2020 14: 43 New
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            Quote: 16329
            Complete nonsense, capital without status and political support in the modern world costs nothing

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            It is true that the Ryabushinsky bank quite successfully passed away abroad, and the white gentlemen ended their journey with the laundresses, tutors and taxi drivers. Just read Bulgakov’s “Running” or watch a movie.
        3. Boa kaa 5 January 2020 12: 47 New
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          Quote: knn54
          Israel removed the main enemy. The drug mafia, the Islamic State, Al Qaeda, etc., are also satisfied.

          In this chain is the main link of ISRAEL! And his lobby is in the States, and the rest is a dance. dangerous, bloody, but dancing, which in principle could not force the States to go on a similar murder ...
          1. Vitaly gusin 5 January 2020 19: 58 New
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            Quote: BoA KAA
            the main link of ISRAEL!

            Your specific attitude to the state ISRAEL does not give you the right to distort its name, as well as any other distort the name of your country.
            Kassem Suleimani was the conductor of the ideas of the Islamic revolution in Iran.
            And all his actions were aimed at carrying out the ideology of opposition to the Persian Empire
            He was the conductor of this ideology abroad.
            And he associated all his actions with the destruction of Israel.
            This is a negotiation with Russia about the water troops to Syria in the hope that Russia in Syria will behave like the USSR. The creation in Lebanon of Hezbollah and providing it with a huge missile arsenal has recently been re-equipped with more modern missiles. This is the organization of military bases in Syria, Iraq and equipping them with medium-range missiles and drones.
            He also planned that on DAY X a flurry of rockets and drones from Lebanon, Syria, Iraq will fall on Israel, and when Israel responds, Iran will launch long-range missiles in defense of its satellites.
            All this was understandable and Israel had long wanted to eliminate it, but the “dove of peace in the USA” laid down to Iran.
            THOSE WHO DEDICATED DESTRUCTION OF OTHERS HAS BEEN DESTROYED.
            1. velikoros-xnumx 6 January 2020 07: 26 New
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              Quote: Vitaly Gusin
              THOSE WHO DEDICATED DESTRUCTION OF OTHERS HAS BEEN DESTROYED.

              Do not forget to add - "IT IS DESTROYED BY THOSE WHO ALL HIS EXISTENCE DESTROYED OTHERS"
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            3. Boa kaa 7 January 2020 00: 03 New
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              Quote: Vitaly Gusin
              Your specific attitude to the state of ISRAEL does not give you the right to distort its name,

              Guzin's colleague!
              1. I am very respectful of the Jewish state, created on the initiative of I.V. Stalin in the lands of Palestine (mandated British territory).
              2. If you hear the performance of the group the word "Israel" and not "Israel", I will publicly offer you, a Jew, my most sincere apologies ... Regards, hi

              1. Vitaly gusin 7 January 2020 07: 54 New
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                Quote: BoA KAA
                Guzin's colleague!

                Perhaps you have an addiction or illness dysarthria to the incorrect pronunciation of words.
                I am not GuЗin.
                State on RUSSIAN the language we speak here is called IsraelИl.
                The song you cited as an example is very beautiful, but in Russian and in the song you can hear a lot of things (S.V. Shnurov. Leningrad), but this does not mean that you should write it
                And most importantly.
                I.V. Stalin was ONE of 33 who gave consent.
                And about Stalin’s special “love” for Jews, there are a lot of historical documents.
                I'm not a noodle lover laughing
                1. Boa kaa 7 January 2020 11: 07 New
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                  Quote: Vitaly Gusin
                  I'm not a noodle lover

                  Sorry, I forgot that you are a matzo lover! repeat
                  But history should be known and no need to distort what others have said:
                  "created on the initiative I.V. Stalin "... There was no speech about those who gave consent AHA. yes
                  PS Well, since you, colleague Gusin, are so competent, pull up your spelling, because you were once taught the Russian language in which we communicate here! lol
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            4. Eugene (Eugene) 7 January 2020 18: 11 New
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              The Russian army initially had to behave in relation to the Khazar (Israeli) army in the same way as the army of the USSR Ministry of Defense soldier
        4. Simple 5 January 2020 15: 22 New
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          I would like to add that the part of the Syrian population (quite considerable) that they wanted to see as their president was not Assad, but the General.


          If Basil Assad had not become them.

          Both of these people were supposed to have a good acquaintance.
      2. Achilles 5 January 2020 09: 40 New
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        In such circumstances, to do something for which the Iraqis themselves push the United States out of their country is quite a decision. And that means that they will have to leave Syria as well, because it is possible to supply a group there only through Iraq.

        I do not agree with the author. The Americans killed the General in order to provoke Iran in retaliation, so that there would be an occasion to bomb Iran in a place with Israel. The Americans sent another 40 thousand troops to Iraq. This is a provocation, if Iran somehow answers i.e. he will avenge the General (killing the US military or destroying the base) there will be a reason for the bombing of Iran, and all this fuss is directed precisely at that.
        1. user 5 January 2020 11: 19 New
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          I do not agree with the author. The Americans killed the General in order to provoke Iran in retaliation, so that there would be an occasion to bomb Iran in a place with Israel. The Americans sent another 40 thousand troops to Iraq.


          Well, not 40 thousand, but 4 thousand, which is not enough for any ground operation, but until they gather strength for a powerful attack, it is necessary to fundamentally strengthen air defense. I think they will not concentrate a powerful fist there before six months later, and they will not win there by air raids there, even considering Israel and the NATO Air Force.

          Yes, the author looks at it as Anglo-Saxons, and that the most interesting thing is that he is completely right. Recently, China supplied Iran with an analogue of the S-300 and the Russian Federation could join the PRC and put the S-400 or S-350, as a response to sanctions against the Nord Stream - 2. Because counter sanctions against some American representatives at the entrance to Russia is just it's funny. Well, they don’t travel a lot in Zimbabwe, for example, and they live nothing.
          But to make deliveries of air defense systems, not even the S-400, is a beautiful answer that the whole, as they say, civilized world will notice. Again, if Zmbabwe does not notice this, then it doesn’t matter who needs it. Again, imagine how the president’s rating will jump.

          But, but, but this may not be enough, not a rating, but political will to play like that on a geopolitical board.
          1. Vadmir 5 January 2020 13: 41 New
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            I think they’re not going to concentrate a powerful fist there in six months, and they won’t win there by air raids.
            In addition to military victory, there is a victory in the presidential election, for the sake of which many wars have already been unleashed.
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            Quote: user
            But, but, but this may not be enough, not a rating, but political will to play like that on a geopolitical board.

            First, Iran needs to make such a request to Russia. Russia, by the way, has already condemned the actions of the United States.
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              Quote: Nick
              First, Iran needs to make such a request to Russia.


              You probably forgot that we already have a contract with them for the supply of S-300, and we didn’t put ours in the direction of our sworn enemies under uranium agreements (they pressed on anyone, almost everyone on the top has any interest or business in the USA or just children and wives live there), although again the United States unilaterally withdrew from them and, interestingly, these restrictions ended on December 31.

              So we do not violate any agreements on the supply of defensive weapons. And we are not entering into an open conflict, for example, the USA or the EU still support and finance all our terrorists despite good personal relations with the EaP.

              But then again, where is this political will?
        2. Reklastik 5 January 2020 17: 04 New
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          The author gave you an analysis and a possible justified vision of an extremely difficult situation both for Russia, in the case of Iran's strengthening in alliance with China, and for the United States, the causes and consequences of the general’s murder in a historical retro-perspective. And you - bring the simplest two-way approach without even giving reasons why and why. Everything is so simple for you. Maybe you should admit that not everything that is on your surface is true? And are there more subtle mechanisms driving the situation?
          1. user 5 January 2020 17: 43 New
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            And you - bring the simplest two-way approach without even giving reasons why and why.


            And what reasons do you still need so that our direct opponents just do not officially declare war on us, and they have already applied all other methods of influence from WADA to the Nord Stream and the construction of military bases and military infrastructure in the Baltic States and Poland with Romania. So let them fight in the Middle East, as in Afghanistan or Iraq.
          2. We must first listen to the Creator, dear Reklastik, and people in the second place. And He claims: ,, Let your words be, yes, yes and yes, no, no, everything else is from the evil one (not verbatim, the meaning is 100% correct - E.V. What was the use of the confused diplomacy of Alexander I? How much I received from the union with Napoleon! And take everything to break with a lie, stupidity, undercover, affair, shortsightedness ... Roughly and incorrectly this is called - ,, to do everything through ... back ,,. All the same thing was repeated by the unfortunate diplomats and the great figures of one proletarian state in the 1th century. Who understands ... Not only is it very naive and very stupid to expect positive results from LIES, but you also have to pay real finances and real blood. How many millions has Russia lost from both episode 2 and episode 2001? Why?! Only joy to deliver to ordinary nonhumans ,,,, Satanists ,,,, globalists ,,,, world behind the scenes ,,, ,, aliens ,,,, Illuminati ,,, ,, reptiloid ,,. .). Their author somehow doesn’t notice, by the way. Preferring to demonize the country of America. As if it were American builders and farmers, together with WWII veterans, who organized the demolition of the twin towers in XNUMX. Even for the then President Bush, this action was, a little bit, unexpected and, a little, exciting ... And now Trump did not decide to kill the Iranian general himself. How does a successful businessman, sports enthusiast, and beautiful women have a deep knowledge of the East and the intricacies of politics in the local region? I decided to play along with the specialists, earn points from n and x. The man is weak ... Therefore, not Trump ,, killed Suleymani ,,. And not the fact of the murder is important to us. It is important to be on the side of Good. Because, hugs, with Satan and his servants will NEVER lead any country in the world to good. Including Russia, where now, it is ruled by a hopeless and, gray, dependent and weak state. The author of the comment calls it - ,, RK ,, - ,, Capitalist Russia. RK has much more problems with the MEANING of existence than Persia. With, the core, there are much more questions. And the loud assassination of the Iranian military leader is another reason to think about it for those in Russia whose brains are still completely ,, not swam with fat ,,
            1. Vik ganz 12 January 2020 00: 24 New
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              evgeniy.plotnikov.2019mail.ru
              Did you notice that no one supported you? You set out confusing and incomprehensible. I read your post and did not understand what you wanted to say.
              And I won’t support you either, because
              what "are you white or red"?
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        4. Pilat2009 6 January 2020 19: 14 New
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          Quote: Achilles
          This is a provocation, if Iran somehow answers i.e.

          There are certain actions, ignoring which the country is losing face. A red line. An attack on the territory of another state is a red line, ignoring which a country loses its status
          1. Vik ganz 12 January 2020 00: 42 New
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            And attacks in sports and WADA’s decision is not a red line? And the ban on the construction of a military submarine base in Venezuela by Russia and the threat of American generals right up to an armed attack is this not a crossing of the Red Line? And the threats to “ban” the Northern Sea Route, and the requirement to build a NATO base in Crimea? I'm not talking about the rest of the sanctions and Nord Stream 2.
      3. Banshee 5 January 2020 11: 47 New
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        They are not even needed by taxi drivers and laundresses in Paris and Landons, will they really not be understood?


        Divine stupidity. Any of the ruling elite has so much "earned" that it’s impossible to live in five lives. How do you not understand this ... "In taxi drivers" ... Eh ...
        1. GKS 2111 5 January 2020 12: 02 New
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          Any of the ruling elite has so much "earned" that it’s impossible to live in five lives.

          So colleague Astronaut (San Sanych) above very correctly spoke

          Quote: Astronaut
          Their capital is very easy to arrest.
          hi
        2. nokki 5 January 2020 12: 06 New
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          I advise you to review the final scene of the film "Golden Calf", 1968 with Jurassic.
        3. Vik ganz 12 January 2020 00: 47 New
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          Yes, especially if you take Berezovsky and the rest of the chantrap in London and Israel. Or is the example of banks in Cyprus and the seizure of predatory interest is normal?
      4. Senya Sem 5 January 2020 15: 26 New
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        and they are all "partners, partners"
        ))) Do you want Putin to call Amers obscene words?))) We must understand that this is just a little indecent in diplomacy.)))
        1. Vyacheslav1962 5 January 2020 18: 47 New
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          You can call colleagues. Diplomatic and a completely different meaning than partners.
          1. Kuzma Flint 5 January 2020 23: 28 New
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            Just colleagues are not suitable - colleagues work together, in one organization, for the benefit of this organization. And partners - just reflects. Sexual partners, same-sex - today he is his, and tomorrow he is his return. And so all my life ((
            1. Vyacheslav1962 6 January 2020 00: 34 New
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              The concept of a colleague is not limited to the walls of one organization.
              Politicians of different countries, businessmen from different countries, workers of the same profession, military specialists and the like are all colleagues in relation to each other in the field of one activity.
          2. Senya Sem 7 January 2020 10: 10 New
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            all colleagues in relation to each other in the field of one activity.
            Do you think that Russia and the USA have one activity? Personally, I have a different opinion.
            1. Vyacheslav1962 7 January 2020 12: 28 New
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              Quote: Senya Sem
              Do you think that Russia and the USA have one activity? Personally, I have a different opinion.

              I completely agree with your opinion.
              "Colleagues" does not mean acting in one direction.
              The politicians of the two countries, the USA and Russia, are colleagues working in the same field of activity. But each of the "colleagues" of these countries is engaged in promoting the policies of their country. It is not necessary that the political directions of these countries must coincide.
              Incidentally, in the previous message, I did not mention the similarity of the political positions that you mentioned.
              1. Senya Sem 11 January 2020 05: 16 New
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                The meaning of the word colleague: fellow for study, work, profession, occupation (keyword COMRADE)
                Synonyms: associate, associate, partial: employee
                What is the point of sticking to the USA, what are they to us comrades and employees? I think that you just do not understand the word "colleague" like the others.)))
                1. Vyacheslav1962 11 January 2020 16: 54 New
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                  Quote: Senya Sem
                  I think that you just do not understand the word "colleague" like the others.)))

                  Indeed, I probably don’t understand how modern dictionaries interpret it, forgetting the true meaning of this word)).
                  But this topic is very broad and developing it here is out of place.
                  I suggest that each of us remain in our opinion)).
                  It was too lazy to look especially, but a small link https://fb.ru/article/253994/kollega---eto-kto-kollegi-po-rabote-i-ne-tolko-ironicheskoe-znachenie-slova-kollega, which gives , albeit somewhat chaotic explanation of my position.
                  Although I admit one thing, that in international relations the concept of a “colleague” is absent and there is an official “partner”. But sooner or later, the “partner” will be supplemented by something else, because in today's realities its meaning is too narrow.
      5. 210ox 5 January 2020 16: 13 New
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        The author is not right in only one. He put V. Putin on a par with the Commander. These are completely different figures.
      6. victor50 8 January 2020 20: 05 New
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        Quote: GKS 2111
        "partners, partners"

        I hope very much - calling the USA and the West partners does not preclude actions that, to put it mildly, are unacceptable to partners. Bad if not so.
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          But what about "business partners"? Bolivar could not stand the two - that’s all the notion of American speculators. But the US is also robbers.
          The inheritance of the grandfathers of "the conquest of America takes its toll."
    2. Vladimir_2U 5 January 2020 06: 57 New
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      The Russian authorities did not go ahead with the history of Hussein, Gaddafi, Chavez ... A deceitful policy of shaking hands with the subsequent destruction. The assassination of Kassem Suleimani will also not work.

      Did you understand what you wrote? Who for future use? Who destroyed them?
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        Quote: Vladimir_2U
        Did you understand what you wrote? Who for future use? Who destroyed them?

        Forgive me generously, but I can’t give you a glass object. About brains - to Goodwin.
        The ongoing cooperation between Russia and the United States, which the Russian authorities are intensely exaggerating, seeing before themselves not only American sanctions, but also examples of how the United States deals with objectionable ones, suggests that the interests of the Russian authorities in the United States are quite extensive. Just gigantic interests.
        But you can not really strain, I'm not writing for you ...
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          Quote: ROSS 42
          Forgive me generously, but I can’t give you a glass object
          And don’t, don’t take it out, you obviously need it.
          Quote: ROSS 42
          But you can not really strain, I'm not writing for you

          So clumsy to write the first time, this is a talent of a special kind, it really is not for everyone.
          1. Vik ganz 12 January 2020 01: 01 New
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            Guys, what stars on uniform, and you swear. Not on command yet?
        2. Senya Sem 7 January 2020 10: 21 New
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          The ongoing cooperation between Russia and the United States, which the Russian authorities are intensely exaggerating
          Do you still judge by the words of diplomats about relations between countries ??? Well, you have every right.
    3. Deniska999 5 January 2020 09: 12 New
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      How tired of this cry of our commentators on Suleymani. They make a saint out of him. Well, the evil Americans killed. So they can and can. Meanwhile, the general himself is by no means a friend to us. Fellow traveler, if not less. And a supporter of promoting the idea of ​​a “Shiite belt” cannot be another country where Sunni Islam is the second religion in the number of believers.
      1. carstorm 11 5 January 2020 09: 53 New
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        what does the cry for this general? here it is not in him personally, but rather in symbolism. that this world is so complex and treacherous. that there are enough enemies and the time comes to call them like that.
        1. Boa kaa 5 January 2020 13: 22 New
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          Quote: carstorm 11
          this world is so complex and treacherous. that there are enough enemies and the time comes to call them like that.

          In my opinion, Yaroslav the Wise (following Sun Tzu) said: “Keep your friends close, and your enemies even closer ...” Politics and diplomacy are a difficult thing: you have to smile on a great geopolitical chessboard, holding a heavy club behind you, that's just "bite, oh how, want!" and the "kaftanchik" in some places lost weight ... And so of course we are heroes! That's just to “tidy up” the hut, and set up a new “oven”, and the “forge” was completely slanted: it’s more and more difficult to forge a sword-depositor ... to find an intelligent blacksmith ...
          And so, we - wow, what a hell! ... we’ll pile on any thief if we really hurt us ...
          That's it! yes
          And two words about politics. Politics is the art of the possible. There is an axiom: "a bad world is better than a good quarrel." Therefore - they smiled, we smile and we will shake hands while it is beneficial for us ... as long as it does not contradict our national interests, does not threaten sovereignty and territorial integrity ...
          And there it will be seen, "who will be the first to finish." laughing
          1. carstorm 11 5 January 2020 13: 33 New
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            exactly. just sometimes the time comes to make specific decisions. to count the moves on the front is already becoming a little. and pile it up is no longer relevant. any war will end badly for all parties. this is not counting the fact that there are still those who fall under the distribution simply because of their geographical location.
          2. Vadmir 5 January 2020 13: 53 New
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            There is an axiom: "a bad world is better than a good quarrel." Therefore - we smiled, we smile and we will shake hands while it is beneficial for us ...
            Many countries that were guided by this principle are no longer on the world map or they have become vassals of those who live by the laws of the jungle.
            After the Great Patriotic War, where we lost tens of millions of people, pacifism became almost a state policy and a nationwide ideology. Anything. if only there was no war. And now there is no longer the once great USSR. We only lost territory and people. If our ancestors did the same, neither our country nor our people would be gone.
            1. Boa kaa 5 January 2020 14: 45 New
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              Anything. if only there was no war. And now there is no longer the once great USSR.

              1 million irretrievable losses - not a pound of raisins! Therefore, it is absolutely true: IF THERE WOULD NOT BE WAR! By the way, our leaders have repeatedly repeated: the tragedy of June 27, 22 should never be repeated, and not only in terms of vigilance, but also in terms of consequences. Therefore, everything is done in order to ensure the peaceful existence of our country by political and diplomatic methods. We are forced to tear money from the social sphere and sculpt the strategic nuclear forces so that no one will be tempted to "finally solve the Russian question."
              2. The USSR - the second economy of the world - could not stand the arms race imposed on it by the States and K *. Do you want to fight with the whole world and the 12th economy to win a new race !? You are either a provocateur or a doomkopf! There is no other way.
              AHA.
              1. PSih2097 5 January 2020 17: 29 New
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                We are forced tear money from social and we are sculpting the NWF so that no one is tempted to "finally solve the Russian question."

                But at this moment in more detail, what are we sculpting there? Corruptionists and their accounts maybe? They only need strategic nuclear forces in order to preserve their property in the west.
                1. Sarkazm 5 January 2020 19: 04 New
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                  ... SNF will be answered when bombs and warheads fly on the heads of you and your children. They will answer in ANY case, even if someone is ready to sell both you and your children for the well-being of their children and capital "there."

                  Regarding the comments “they say the Russian leadership should draw conclusions”, and the conclusions were made not a day or two before Putin’s speech, V.V. in Munich.
                  Corruption and other mess in the country have nothing to do with this, they are simply a tradition in our country, and the reason is not the king or his retinue, but the people, we are all, they are only our reflection in the mirror, and it’s not customary to blame the face crooked. Mate in the streets around children and women, plus women’s mouths are not uncommon, srach and trash everywhere after themselves, even the descendants of the Pechenegs who imagined themselves to be Europeans reproach us for the pussy entrances, the pride for the drunk liter after which we vomited or put into our pants asleep in the hallway showing an example to children, etc. this is not to Putin, but to his beloved.
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                    Quote: Sarkazm
                    they are only our reflection in the mirror, and it is not customary to blame it on the face of a crooked face.

                    Quote: Sarkazm
                    pride in drinking a liter after which he vomited for all to see or put in his pants asleep in the hallway, showing an example to children, etc. this is not to Putin, but to his beloved.

                    I understood that you are looking at yourself, your beloved, write in the mirror.
                    1. Sarkazm 5 January 2020 21: 59 New
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                      We all have a common face, if everyone has his own, then this is not about the people or the nation ... Lack of will in relation to corruption and excesses is not the most problematic or worst feature of the people.
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                    Quote: Sarkazm
                    Corruption and other mess in the country have nothing to do with this, they are simply a tradition in our country, and the reason is not the king or his retinue, but the people, we are all, they are only our reflection in the mirror, and it’s not customary to blame the face crooked.


                    I would even strengthen: everyday “corruption” very often, indeed, is a form of gratitude for a job well done or job duties. Doctors, for example, have been with us all their lives, in fact, "on the support of the people," given the rather modest salary. And, if we compare "what is better," conditionally - domestic corruption or domestic informers masquerading as "law-abiding", then I - for corruption. Because it strengthens the horizontal connectivity of society, in contrast to the squealing that destroys this connectivity.
                    In general, as I am now observing, the topic of "corruption" now acts as a kind of universal response to any reports of real achievements of Russia. Meanwhile, its influence on such achievements is extremely small, if compared to any other country in the world. In the West, corruption has long gained official forms of lobbying and we have not even dreamed of such proportions. What the West really does not have is household corruption, as I wrote.
                    So now it’s already becoming clear: a person writes about “corruption” —that means he lives in a kind of fictional reality, carefully constructed by our enemies. wink
                2. Boa kaa 7 January 2020 00: 20 New
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                  what are we sculpting there? Corruptionists and their accounts maybe? They only need strategic nuclear forces in order to preserve their property in the west.

                  Colleague, finish celebrating!
                  1. I wrote about the strategic nuclear forces (weapons!) And not about strategic nuclear forces (forces). I have no desire to tell you about weapons under the SS signature stamp, because I’m not as stupid as I seem.
                  2. In the area that I mentioned in the post, there are no corrupt officials, since they have been under the watchful eye of special services all their lives ...
                  3. As for the "minimum" - you are clearly ... with your finger in the sky! In modern Russia, the strategic nuclear forces are enough for the entire NATO bloc. They know about it and quietly spoil for themselves out of fear that it can be put to use ...
                  3. If you are so sure that THESE people have accounts and property in the West, give an example, well, at least one! And in vain to sing from the voice of matzah - not worthy of a self-respecting brow.
                  AHA.
          3. Nyrobsky 5 January 2020 14: 41 New
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            In my opinion, Yaroslav the Wise (following Sun Tzu) said: “Keep your friends close and your enemies even closer ...” Politics and diplomacy are a difficult thing: you have to smile on a great geopolitical chessboard while holding a heavy club

            Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger spoke out slightly differently, but it’s very clear - "It’s dangerous to fight against the USA, but deadly to be friends with the USA". As can be seen from all the recent events in B. Vostok, all who tried to be friends with the United States were really destroyed. Recently, this figure in a conversation with Lavrov uttered - "The United States would like the relations between Russia and China to be worse than the relations of Russia with the USA and China with the USA", making it clear that the United States will make efforts aimed at unbalancing normal relations between the Russian Federation and China following the principle of "divide and conquer." I hope that the leadership of the PRC and Russia have the brains not to succumb to the mattress promises.
        2. Vik ganz 12 January 2020 01: 11 New
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          Destroyed an official dignitary. What is this talking about? What now can absolutely ANY politician, military, specialist simply blow up anywhere. The main thing to bring under this “base” is whether it is good or bad. After bombing Yugoslavia, the Americans opened the Pandora’s Box. Having killed an official in the person of General Suleimani, did the USA open this box a second time?
          And I do not envy American politicians and the military. But what has been done is done.
      2. user 5 January 2020 17: 46 New
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        Meanwhile, the general himself is by no means a friend to us. Fellow traveler, if not less.


        So We don’t get stuck and friends don’t stuff, but why not help Iran in the fight against the United States.

        You look and the second Vietnam is formed.
      3. Senya Sem 7 January 2020 10: 40 New
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        Well, the evil Americans killed. So they can and can.
        The fact that the Americans know how to kill vile and stealth no one doubts. Also, no one doubts that they do not give a damn about all international law about which they themselves scream from all the cracks. This is not a matter of Suleymani, but of the actions of amers. Suleimani, no matter who he was, was not convicted at all, even by a court of the United States itself, and he was in Iraq under diplomatic protection. Do you have even the slightest idea about this? That is, the United States committed the vile murder of a foreign diplomat on the territory of a foreign country, thus substituting Iraq, since the safety of diplomats should be ensured by the very country in which this diplomat arrived. And here you are reasoning “friend-not friend” and you have still dragged religion here.
    4. Alekseev 5 January 2020 10: 08 New
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      The Russian authorities didn’t go for the history of Hussein, Gaddafi, Chavez ... False policy of shaking hands

      Reading such, full of righteous anger, I would like to write comments: that's for sure!
      But the righteous (and very narrow-minded) tirades cause some bewilderment.
      What is the Russian government accused of? Is that dialogue with the Americans and, in general, with the West, and not nuclear war?
      But not words are important, "by deeds you will know them." New strategic weapons systems, and not at all angry speeches at UN, will force the USA and the West to be in check - this is the real thing of the Russian authorities.
      Or is it that we did not defend the Husseins with the military strength and the obedient Gaddafi, who did not die in the battle behind a machine gun, but squealed about Islam with a knife in the ass?
      All these "Himalayans" did not at all glow with fraternal feelings for Russia, but they wanted to use its opportunities to ensure their security, and they themselves live on the principle of "what I want, I turn over."
      And Iran is a competitor to the Russian Federation for influence in Syria. He is not historically, culturally and mentally brother to us. Just a companion for the time being. And it would be much better if the guards Islamic revolutions would slowly shed their home from Syria, which they, however, are not particularly willing to do.
      The Americans slammed Suleiman, and let the Shiites fire at the Amer base with mortars or rockets and they will be even. Or let them create an unbearable pinhole injection regime for the US military in Iraq and Syria.
      As for Trump’s attacks on 52 targets, in this case the consequences are too unpredictable, including on Iran’s nuclear weapons, and on the transportation of oil, and on the loss of American soldiers.
      1. Vadmir 5 January 2020 13: 59 New
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        What is the Russian government accused of? Is that dialogue with the Americans and, in general, with the West, and not nuclear war?
        Nuclear war is mutual suicide, so it will not be. Nobody will allow her. But if a country allows you to wipe your feet on yourself, this country will not be without any nuclear war.
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          "Blessed is He Who Believes" written on the gates .... a joke.
          On Earth, it is understood that there has been more than one war, including nuclear. And how many were there? Otherwise, where did the previous civilizations go?
    5. smart ass 5 January 2020 10: 29 New
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      Imagine a picture, a shoigu flew to Kazakhstan for example, and the states failed it with a drone. How do you like it?
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        You have now compared the Russian Emergencies Ministry with the Third Reich SS, and Shoigu with Himler. For the IRGC is not a nichrome analogue of the Ministry of Emergencies, it is a direct tracing-paper with SS. Even Wikipedia knows about this, there are articles about these two organizations linked by direct links. Yes, it is not surprising, since even where in the world there are descendants of true Aryans as a group of tribes, then these are just Persians. And there could not help but ascend on this soil something like this one here, which is the IRGC.
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          OK. How do you think the Russian guard is different from ss? By the way, on Wikipedia, at the request of the Russian Guard, similar government bodies in other countries are listed as the body of guards of the Islamic Revolution))))
          1. AllBiBek 5 January 2020 12: 12 New
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            The fact that it does not consist of ideological and radical cheers-patriots, and is not controlled by fanatics. It's enough?
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              No, not enough. The Rosgvardia reports directly to the president, as does the ss wax directly to the Führer
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                The Rosgvardia reports directly to the president, as does the ss wax directly to the Führer

                The West is trying to accuse us of unleashing the WWII, putting Stalin on a par with Hitler ... fool
                Why are you better than these nonswitches, putting Rosgvardia and the SS troops on one board !? am
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                  I'm trying to find a difference
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                    I'm trying to find a difference

                    No, buddy. You are "trying" to throw a fan yes

                    PS: "Clever Vasya" is FIVE laughing
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                      Well, there’s no constructive thing, just cries of cheers and throwing hats
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                    I'm trying to find a difference

                    Public administration can be built on a similar principle. Differences can be in ideology, in the goals and objectives set by the state, and not in the principles of state. construction. In short, do not look there.
                    1. smart ass 6 January 2020 13: 33 New
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                      In short, when I hear the word ideology it's like fading into the dark, today ideology one tomorrow another
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                        In short, when I hear the word ideology it's like fading into the dark, today ideology one tomorrow another

                        May be. But management processes are preserved. Every human community is built on the principle of a pyramid. The leader, then the squad, then, the peasant, man, the people are shorter. There may be more steps, depending on the development of society, but there is only one principle.
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                    You were Vasya, Vasya and remained.
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                No, not enough. The Rosgvardia reports directly to the president, as does the ss wax directly to the Führer

                Well...? What is the conclusion?
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                  The conclusion is that the Rosguard and the ksir are the same, if there is no evidence in the studio
                  1. Nick 6 January 2020 13: 56 New
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                    The conclusion is that the Rosguard and the ksir are the same, if there is no evidence in the studio

                    I don’t know what the IRGC is doing, and the Russian Guard is doing business. Protects the state and internal order. In short, protects the state and the Constitution. If the IRGC in Iran does the same, then this is wonderful.
                    1. smart ass 6 January 2020 19: 29 New
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                      OK. Tomorrow the Russian Guard will be ordered to shoot at a peaceful rally. Will you be of that opinion?
                      1. Nick 7 January 2020 06: 11 New
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                        OK. Tomorrow the Russian Guard will be ordered to shoot at a peaceful rally. Will you be of that opinion?

                        There are laws under which the Russian Guard and other law enforcement agencies operate. According to this, no one will shoot at the participants, agreed with the authorities, at a peaceful rally. But if the protesters violate the rules and conditions of mass events, then measures must be taken to prevent them from violating order and the rule of law, including measures of force if necessary. But all this is natural within the framework of the Law.
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                        According to this, no one will shoot at the participants, agreed with the authorities, at a peaceful rally.

                        And I wouldn’t promise, in your place. I remember in 2014 in Kiev for 300 thousand (or how much they got there) peaceful and unarmed `` they are the children '' there were only 15-20 people with combat sniper training to brew the porridge that had been burning for almost 6 years .. And how will your law-abiding Rosguards behave in a similar situation (when snipers from the crowd of "peaceful law-abiding" protesters will work on them), do you have any ideas?
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                        And I wouldn’t promise, in your place. I remember in 2014 in Kiev for 300 thousand (or how much they got there) peaceful and unarmed `` they are the children '' there were only 15-20 people with combat sniper training to brew the porridge that had been burning for almost 6 years .. And how will your law-abiding Rosguards behave in a similar situation?

                        Firstly, in Kiev, the rallies were illegal and non-peaceful, and if the authorities immediately harshly stopped these illegal actions, by dispersing the protesters and arresting the organizers, it would not have come to the shooting.
                        Secondly, if a peaceful rally turned into a provocation, then in accordance with the law it must be stopped by any legal means. It’s not necessary to shoot at the crowd, it’s enough special. funds. And yes, the organizers of the rally should be held accountable, even criminal, if people were injured.
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      Trump's promise to withdraw troops from Syria and Iraq is complete bluff. The main "customer" of Iran is Israel. His most powerful lobby, even in the Trump family, will do everything to prevent this. Israel annually receives dozens of lard $$ from the States gratuitous help. And not only financial assistance. Israel has too few people to defeat Iran itself, which is constantly threatening it.
      But if Iran is destroyed, like Iraq, refugees will pour into Russia from it, and the States will begin to "engage" tightly with the former Soviet Union republics of the USSR.
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        , refugees will pour into it from Russia,

        Why suddenly? D.F. Ayatskov, who once called the Kurds, has long been out of power. And the current ones will not subscribe to such a fortel ...
        And at the same time, Israel is just deadly war-due to the small number of army and resources
        Europe was unable to physically stop at the borders of some sort of disastrous million refugees ... and if there were 10 of them?
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        refugees poured into Russia from it

        Many refugees spilled from Iraq and Syria? It’s enough to make some efforts to prevent this from happening.
  • Po-tzan 5 January 2020 15: 07 New
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    Quote: ROSS 42
    The Russian authorities didn’t go for the history of Hussein, Gaddafi, Chavez ...


    And why should the Russian Federation take into account the story of Suleymani, when the Iranians themselves do not take it? We go to https://www.instagram.com/therichkidsoftehran/ and look like the Iranian counterparts of Lisa Peskova, the children of all these dofig pathetic Iranian bearded generals and ayatol lead a more American life than the Americans themselves.
    So in Irna, like in our country, “scrapbooks” and “spirituality” are for the poor cattle, and for the families of all these sulejmani / ruhani / horseradish –– luxury villas, cars, gold, Sheitan dollars and evening parties in a jacuzzi with champagne.
    So all these buzzwords and revenge flags at mosques are nothing more than a zilch.




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      Golden youth - it is the same in all countries.
      Such "nyashki" are eliminated by themselves from the authorities (in normal countries).
    2. timokhin-aa 5 January 2020 16: 37 New
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      It’s just a few hundred “snacks” from the northern regions of Tehran and no more.
    3. w70
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      Yes, in the 21st century it’s stupid to drag your people in the Middle Ages
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        I agree. Iran killed the highly civilized historical Persia. Iran, according to the constitution, is governed not by the president, but by the great ayatollah, fulfilling the functions of the Hidden Imam - Mahdi (Shiite messiah, whose arrival they are waiting for the Day of Judgment). This is the same thing as if the rule of the Russian Federation under the constitution would be Jesus Christ, whom the patriarch temporarily replaces, and Putin would be so entangled under his feet.
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    Yes, all do not care who they kill, oil and gas partnerships are most important
  • Terenin 6 January 2020 15: 11 New
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    ... and why it is important to us.

    It is important that we now respond to Trump and K to their requests not to sell S-300 (400) air defense systems to Iran ...?
  • w70
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    Yes, our ass is back
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    1. Alekseev 5 January 2020 10: 27 New
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      perhaps they want to raise oil prices to keep China and their shale from developing.

      But we do not need to say something hysterically, but to buy oil quietly and cheaply in Iran for ourselves, and sell our own more to the same West, and indeed, to trade for the nat. Currency Persians.
      This will be better help than any formidable chatter of officials, experts and the media.
      1. Pessimist22 5 January 2020 12: 15 New
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        It is unclear why they deleted my comment and so often, without explanation, censorship.
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        Yes, they even sneeze on Vova-will beat all those who want
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    Yes, in terms of its official status, it was no match for many in Iran. But in fact, he gave orders to foreign presidents as his subordinates - and they implicitly carried them out.


    And who is it?
  • maden.usmanow 5 January 2020 06: 50 New
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    Sorry, but this is not analytics.
    Not a word about the attack on the American embassy on December 31. And about the second attack, too. Moreover, the Americans even had to Apache Apache.
    Not a single mention of the death of an American citizen on December 27.
    Suleimani organized missile attacks on the American base and the next two assaults on the American embassy. For which he paid.
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      Quote: maden.usmanow
      Not a word about the attack on the American embassy on December 31. And about the second attack, too. Moreover, the Americans even had to Apache Apache.
      Not a single mention of the death of an American citizen on December 27.
      Suleimani organized missile attacks on the American base and the next two assaults on the American embassy. For which he paid.

      Having brewed porridge, put your head in the pan?
      Quote: maden.usmanow
      Sorry, but this is not analytics.
    2. Ross xnumx 5 January 2020 08: 55 New
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      Quote: maden.usmanow
      Suleimani organized missile attacks on the American base and the next two assaults on the American embassy. For which he paid.

      You do not belong to Alisher Burkhanovich? belay
      I asked only out of interest in your preferences to resolve controversial issues on the planet "according to concepts" ...
      I know that the problems of some countries with Russia are purely Russophobic. But this does not mean that we should solve them in this way. There is some kind of UN ... belay
      I wanted to, showed a test tube with washing powder and ... no Iraq. And let's throw the whole world with nuclear warheads to the joy of rats and cockroaches ... wassat
      The fact that the Pentagon strategists and Washington thinkers organized in relation to “impudent” countries and rulers gives the right to exterminate people of American origin around the world (except for their own territory) as dung flies. wassat There is no harm from their benefits ...
      One snag - not all people on the planet are villains and scoundrels.
      And this “American” lesson will serve as a wonderful reflection material for all “hot heads” not only in the Middle East but also in other parts of the world. Let them remember that:
      these bad subhumans will betray anyone at their first danger for their own skin ...
    3. carstorm 11 5 January 2020 09: 55 New
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      yeah. and calmly nugged then there as if nothing had happened) are you serious? people with such influence and power a priori have brains rather than filings in their heads.
      1. maden.usmanow 5 January 2020 10: 54 New
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        And there is. Why was he afraid? No one expected Trump to decide to liquidate.
        Put yourself in Suleymani’s place:

        He flew to Baghdad as a winner, forced the Americans to evacuate the diplomatic mission, lobbied for the bill on the withdrawal of American troops from Iraq.
        And now flies to Baghdad, as the owner. Everything is simple.
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          Yeah. just sawdust in a person’s head. it’s almost certain that they’ll kill you where they’ll almost certainly kill you) I’m somehow not used to being considered stupid and so substituted. if you believe in this, then I do not. Of course, people sometimes do stupid things, but they’re not like that.
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            The ruling elite of Iraq are Shiites.
            Both the Shiite parliament and the prime minister.

            For Suleimani, Iraq is a vassal. He came to Baghdad as a host, so he was not afraid of the Americans.
            The assault on the embassy was carried out by the hands of a Shiite militia.
            In the same car as Suleimani, the head of this militia was sitting. And he was also eliminated.


            What other proof do you need?
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              I don’t need them at all. I don’t care about everyone there. I judge in terms of just that. at least let everyone kill each other. but when I see obvious stupidity I have my own opinion. And it is such that after the sabotage that you ascribe to him only a person who is completely sick on his head will go to the place where they were carried out. And he will not disappear for a while to study the reaction. kill him in a month, even if I wouldn’t even say a word.
    4. Connor MacLeod 5 January 2020 10: 06 New
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      If there is evidence of his involvement, let them raise this issue in the UN Security Council. Only irrefutable evidence, and not as usual ...
    5. AllBiBek 5 January 2020 11: 05 New
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      Do you seriously believe that somewhere in the world there may be a desire to bombard with something the US embassy out of the blue and without background?
    6. Sergey M. Karasev 5 January 2020 11: 22 New
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      Suleimani organized missile attacks on the American base and the next two assaults on the American embassy. For which he paid.

      Did he admit this himself?
      Is there any evidence? But they, by the hour, are not at the level of evidence of Russia's guilt in the attempt on the Skripals and the downing of a Malay Boeing?
      You never know in Iraq wild barmaley wandering in the desert, including from among Shiites, if these attacks were carried out by Shiites. Unless the staff could organize these provocations themselves. If Suleimani was involved in these attacks, he was not so stupid as to openly substitute for an attempt.
      1. maden.usmanow 5 January 2020 11: 29 New
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        Did the Americans themselves drive thousands of Shiite militias to their embassy in Baghdad?

        The Shiite militia attacked the embassy.
        In one car with Suleimani during liquidation sat head this Shiite militia. And he was also eliminated.
        1. Sergey M. Karasev 5 January 2020 11: 47 New
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          A militia is an irregular force, always having a certain degree of freedom. Do you think that Suleimani kept them under absolute control? Among the leaders of the Shiite detachments in Iraq, there were no Makhnovists who were flattered by the one-time Sabbath for dollars?
          During the liquidation, the head of this Shiite militia was sitting in the same car with Suleymani. And he was also eliminated.

          Is he just a nice bonus? Could he be the main goal?
        2. Banshee 5 January 2020 11: 51 New
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          Quote: maden.usmanow
          The Shiite militia attacked the embassy.


          Good, maybe. But:

          Quote: maden.usmanow
          During the liquidation, the head of this Shiite militia was sitting in the same car with Suleymani. And he was also eliminated.


          Somewhere there is a clear inconsistency, don’t you? One of the turtles is clearly ...
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          Well, still not the head, but the deputy. heads of Iraqi Hezbollah
      2. Boa kaa 5 January 2020 13: 52 New
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        If Suleimani was involved in these attacks, he was not so stupid

        Suleimani was an intelligent brow - that is a fact. Therefore, if he had organized an attack on the US Embassy in Baghdad, the Yankees would not have ended there with one killed: at his direction, armored vehicles protected from landmine bombings burned like candles in a church. Or do you think that a marine on the line of fire is more secure than a military man in an armored car !? Therefore, do not carry nonsense. The mastermind and the performer are two different figures and their missions are different.
    7. Simple 5 January 2020 15: 54 New
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      Well, real analytics will not be shown to you.
      laughing
    8. Vik ganz 12 January 2020 01: 35 New
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      But Obama "organized" the death of half a million Iraqis, and so what? And the French bombed Libya, and before that the United States - Yugoslavia. And if Saddam Hussein was accused of killing 200 citizens, then the Americans killed hundreds of thousands. Did Obama have to hang instead of Saddam Hussein?
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    Why is this important to us? We will now swallow this pill, fencing ourselves off from the actions with a murky note of discontent of our Foreign Ministry, and then the Russian general may become the next victim of American killers. Well, and then you know ... express concern, disagree, etc.
    1. Deniska999 5 January 2020 09: 14 New
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      And what do you propose to stand up for one leader of such a muddy organization as the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps?
    2. Prometheus 5 January 2020 09: 48 New
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      Sergei, after all, before Suleymani, there was still our general Asapov. When a mine struck amazingly precisely in his KP ... recourse
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        Still, not a mine, but an artillery shell. Mina in the control room in which Asapov was could not break through the ceiling. The Syrians wrote that the shelling of the MLRS disguised the use of artillery.
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      Quote: ochakow703
      We will now swallow this pill, fencing ourselves off from the actions with a murky note of discontent of our Foreign Ministry, and then the Russian general may become the next victim of American killers.


      You end there, the bust is obvious. No, of course, if you want to, swallow what you have brewed there, but now can, for every Arab banged by anyone in the world, a howl raise? Isn't it bold?

      In Donbass, Russians die every week, and nothing, the Foreign Ministry doesn’t throw notes there very much. And then the Arab ... Well, well, what a loss for Russia ...
    4. Yury Siritsky 5 January 2020 13: 17 New
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      Do not show your stupidity to people. Do not compare a member with a finger.
  • Sasha_3 5 January 2020 06: 55 New
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    The situation escalated on both sides. Threats from both sides, capture of tankers, downed drone, shelling of the base, retaliatory air strike, attack on the embassy, ​​destruction of Suleymani. Disproportionate? Maybe. But just as Vladimir Vladimirovich loves the laws of St. Petersburg's gateways, so apparently others are not shy about pulling up at the bazaar. If Suleimani was such a key figure, then his death due to senseless shelling shows Iran’s revaluation of its forces and a lack of understanding of the capabilities of the United States. If Iran strategically successfully built its network of influence in the region thanks to Suleimani, then its loss due to senseless attacks is amateurism.
    From the US side, one must understand that the attack on the embassy is an extremely painful topic for the United States after the assassination of the ambassador in Benghazi. Moreover, this is an important factor in domestic politics, and even against the background of impeachment, and even in the election year. Benghazi and the dead diplomats are Hillary, this is an anti-example. Trump played this many times and predictably had to demonstrate that he was not Hillary and would not chew snot. By the way, the public reaction in the United States is far from unambiguous. According to my feelings, 2/3 of the articles in the media are Trump's criticisms for this decision.
    1. Pessimist22 5 January 2020 07: 09 New
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      When they begin to bomb Iran, Jews will fly for any missiles.
    2. mikh-korsakov 5 January 2020 08: 29 New
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      I don’t want to understand anything “from the USA”, to understand from the USA is the same as to understand the difficulties of delivering goods from Germany to East Prussia after the Versailles Peace. The main thing is that America suffered losses on foreign territory - where no one called it to - that means that any action against it is not aggression, but resistance to the aggressor. By the way - two weeks have already passed, where is the promised response to the breakdown of SP-2 - are we chewing snot again?
      1. kjhg 5 January 2020 08: 38 New
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        By the way - two weeks have already passed, where is the promised response to the breakdown of SP-2 - are we chewing snot again?

        Michael, what answer are you waiting for? The maximum that the Russian authorities can do so as not to arouse Washington’s wrath is not to let any senator or congressman enter our country. According to the zombie, this will be served as an adequate answer.
        1. mikh-korsakov 5 January 2020 09: 21 New
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          Gargantua! By the way, options are possible. Without pretending to be a role ... 1. A pro-government media company is raffling on reporting to the people the damage suffered by Gazprom as a result of untimely delivery. The argument that Gazprom is a private company is discarded because it is a "public domain". 2. When the passions are reached, the State Duma convenes and, within the framework of the law on counteraction, proposes to the competent authorities, guided by the annual reports of the congressmen about the sources of their income, to find out if the congressmen receive income from companies operating in Russia. There are such. For example, Philip Morris and Pepsiko have enterprises in Russia and receive billions in dollars in revenue. 3. To oblige such companies, incl. Procter and Gamble, CocaCola, McDonald's present to the Federal Assembly data on congressional holdings in these companies. 4. To oblige these companies to publish on the labels of their products inscriptions like "Congressmen (name) have issued a law harmful to the welfare of the Russian people," or the same spirit. I am sure that because of this, these companies will not curtail their activities in Russia. Philip Morris prints on cigarette labels everything that he was ordered to print.
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            Suppose, although I do not believe in it, that they will introduce such measures against the interests of individual American businessmen, politicians and their companies. Do you really think that they will leave this unanswered? Remember the recent story with Rusal, when Deripaska was forced to transfer control of his company under American sanctions. Similarly, they can act against most oligarchs and their companies. With one piece of paper, the United States can paralyze their work abroad, impose multibillion-dollar fines on their foreign partners and, finally, seize assets. Just look at how recently, just a threat from the United States was enough to disrupt the construction of SP-2. Germany silently swallowed it, and the Swiss company instantly escaped from the Baltic Sea, although restrictive measures allowed it to work for another month. The Russian authorities cannot allow this to happen. Therefore, Russia will not accept any serious retaliatory measures. Everything will be limited to ridiculous, in comparison with losses from the situation with SP-2, decisions.
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              Gargantua! Do not believe, and do it right! Regarding the rhetoric of our authorities, there is a Polish proverb translated "a lot of ambition - little ammunition." But in fact, bees - against honey - this does not happen. But that, if desired, this could be done is a fact. Imagine on the bottle Fairy says "Senator ... stole from your parents 5000 r monthly pension." First, everyone will buy. EASY TO PONT. But with a well-organized propaganda campaign, Procter & Gamble’s revenue will drop. And there they do not like it.
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                First, everyone will buy. EASY TO PONT. But with a well-organized propaganda campaign, Procter & Gamble's revenues will fall

                They just leave the market. What for them such hemorrhoids?

                By the way, if you do not know, then in Turkey, for example, they also write different awesome inscriptions and pictures on packs of cigarettes.
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                  Michael! Leaving the market will not be easy for them, but difficult. For reference. Household chemicals factory LLC Procter and Gamble-Novomoskovsk in Novomoskovsk (Tula Region), the world's largest P&G company specializing in the production of cleaning and detergents Ariel, Tide, Myth, Tix, Ace, Lenor, Comet, Fairy, Mr .Proper, as well as baby disposable diapers Pampers;
                  Petersburg Products International CJSC in St. Petersburg, specializing in the production of disposable razors, replaceable cartridges and traditional double-sided Gillette blades. Back in 2008, revenue amounted to $ 2 billion. about 40% of products from Russia are exported. Naturally, it is not intended to inscribe exported products. If you want to sell - you have to sell for cheap. Pepsico, Philip Morris, McDonald's situation is similar
                  1. Pilat2009 7 January 2020 07: 43 New
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                    revenue amounted to $ 2 billion

                    Net profit in the world is $ 10,604 billion (2016). They will close it with us, they will open it in Asia. You overestimate the role of Russia as a workforce and investment climate
      2. Sasha_3 5 January 2020 08: 57 New
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        There is a government of Iraq that officially cooperates with the Americans in the fight against Ishil and authorized their presence. By the way, next week the Iraqi parliament will just discuss the issue of the continued presence of American troops in the light of recent events. But what Sulejmani himself did in Iraq and who invited him there - you can speculate. He's kind of Iranian all the same. It is strange that you are not worried about the validity of his presence and activities in Iraq to the same extent.
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          Together with him, local Iraqis died, who came to meet him. And the prime minister of Iraq called this strike an "act of aggression." Good morning!

          www.tass.ru/mezhdunarodnaya-panorama/7461283/amp
          1. Suraikin.Aleksandr 5 January 2020 15: 48 New
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            Even the text of the article shows that Suleymani was engaged in anti-government activities in Iraq, the creation of armed groups not controlled by the Iraqi government in Baghdad, but controlled by Iran. Or do you think that it is good when in the country, in addition to state militias, there is something like Hezbollah in Lebanon? Obeying the government of another state!
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              Suleymani manually controlled the Iraqi presidents. What anti-government activities are you talking about? The Codes operatives were the actual government there, many years ago.
              And now they are.
              1. Suraikin.Aleksandr 5 January 2020 18: 43 New
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                The state is traditionally the only force that has a monopoly on the use of violence, if necessary, to its own citizens! Yes, the Iraqi government and the main Shiite political parties have chosen the role of Iran’s junior partner. But even if Iraq is a dependent Shiite friendly state, it doesn’t matter what right this gives the Iranian special services to create armed forces subordinate to Iran in Iraq that are independent of the government in Baghdad. From the point of view of developing friendly partnerships, this is not very good. Which Codes operatives were the actual government? Arabs traditionally do not like the Persians as well as the Turks! And they are afraid of falling into dependence on them, even if they are co-religionists, with painful memories of Persian and Ottoman rule.
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                  The fact that the Iranians de facto seized power in Iraq is one issue, the fact that the Iranians allegedly fought against their puppets in the Iraqi government, as you say, is another.
                  They strictly pursued their interests, and their puppets did everything that was required of them.
                  Al-Maliki spoke quite fully on this subject at the time.
                  1. Suraikin.Aleksandr 5 January 2020 19: 34 New
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                    They did not capture directly! Iranian forces do not control the territory of Iraq, Persian officials do not control the country. They keep Iraq in their sphere of influence, influencing Shiite political forces such as Dawa and the Badr organization. At the same time, the Iranian government controlled by Iraq, frankly, did not really drive the Americans out of Iraq. First of all, because the Americans act as a counterweight to the Persians. It is better to steer a state dependent on the USA and in a vassal position towards Iran than the province of Iran. But Iraq’s Hezbollah, I think, has the goal of playing the role of a short leash for the Iraqi government!
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        1. In response to Jn2, It is necessary to push through our Duma a law prohibiting directly or indirectly the extraction of income for American / European pensioners from the Russian economy (Eurobonds, securities, bonds, direct investments, etc.)
        Since these countries are worsening, through sanctions, the economic realities of the Russian Federation.
        We have our pensioners in poverty, and we are fed fat Western asses.
        2. Introduce sanctions against external investors from countries that have joined / are not protesting against anti-Russian sanctions.

        If you think about it, you can still make points 5.
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          Introduce sanctions against external investors from countries that have joined / are not protesting against anti-Russian sanctions.

          Are you paired with the States? Are you trying, like them, to organize economic isolation for us? to block the flow of investment in our economy?
          Well, tady - look forward!
    3. Nikolay87 5 January 2020 09: 45 New
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      According to my feelings, 2/3 of the articles in the media are Trump's criticisms for this decision.

      I must say that the media there generally do not favor Trump, and this is no exception on any topics, so I would not have cliffs of secret meaning where it does not exist. Trump will introduce quite targeted actions. What kind? We will soon find out, we must follow the further moves.
    4. Same lech 5 January 2020 10: 22 New
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      Trump played this many times and predictably had to demonstrate that he was not Hillary and would not chew snot.

      Trump has done a lot of stupidity ... strategic thinking policies are much subtler and the wrong way.
      Suleimani was a military man with moderate views and now a commander with more radical views and a deep understanding that the United States has no right to boss in this region will come to his place.
      To what impudence the Americans have already reached ... they openly kill the official leader in a foreign country far away from their territory.
      I am a convinced enemy of the United States and I believe that it is impossible to honestly agree or coexist with this country ... everywhere the United States spoils and mischiefs us and the whole world bringing death and destruction to ordinary people ... in this case, I am on the side of the Iranians and consider their struggle against US fair and noble challenge number 1.
    5. Sergey M. Karasev 5 January 2020 11: 32 New
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      According to my feelings, 2/3 of the articles in the media are Trump's criticisms for this decision.

      Because most of the media in the United States is a priori against Trump and will criticize him for any actions, even if he gives his entire fortune to the DP fund
    6. Boa kaa 5 January 2020 14: 05 New
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      Quote: Sasha_3
      this is an important factor in domestic politics, and even against the background of impeachment, and even in the election year.

      Many of our observers believe that this move was made to distract the electorate from impeachment. The reception is well known (in the words of Boris Johnsen - "throw a dead cat on the table"), the same as the poisoning of the Skripals before voting on Brexit in Melkobritiya.
      And it worked!
  • Sergey39 5 January 2020 07: 06 New
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    Yes, this is for leadership. We can only speculate and call here. And the Americans will have to leave the region.
  • maden.usmanow 5 January 2020 07: 11 New
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    The United States, and Obama in particular, entered into an Iranian deal, hoping that lifting the sanctions would allow Iran to tackle internal problems. The US believed that Iran would abandon its expansion in the Middle East. This did not happen.
    Iran has strengthened all Shiite formations in the region. Iran supported the Hussites, supported Assad, and began the process of squeezing Americans out of Iraq. In addition, the traditional support of Hezbollah and Hamas has only intensified.
    Iran began to directly threaten the American presence in the region. And that is why the United States withdrew from the Iranian deal, and now began to respond to Iranian provocations.
    Two of his terms, Obama tried his best to pacify Iran, the United States turned a blind eye to the strengthening of Iranian influence in Iraq. The Americans did not prevent the creation of a pro-Iranian 《Shiite ции militia in Iraq.
    Iran went further and further, and had already directly initiated rocket attacks on the American base and the assault on the American embassy.
    Already on this, the United States could not help but answer.
  • Vitaly Tsymbal 5 January 2020 07: 14 New
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    Reading the article, it seems that the Iranian wrote (and why not? - there are “Chinese”, “European Union”, “Ukrainians” and so on). The Iranian general is already very “glorified”, his role in the fate of Iran is greatly exalted, although the power in ISLAMIC Iran is the power of Ayatola - a spiritual leader, and not the president, and even more so the general ... But this is another matter. Again, the title does not correspond to what was written, well, perhaps the author’s "weak" attempt to suggest that Trump, "fighting impeachment" wants to withdraw troops from Iraq and Syria - which in itself is very controversial. Trump has elections on the nose, and the American tradition - before the elections, you need a “little war” with a “landslide victory” or the elimination of America’s worst enemy, which is known to most Americans (it’s unlikely that voters in the USA heard about some Iranian general it can be assumed), but "Trump's help" to the Israeli "relatives" is a more real version of the murder. Israel wins the most from elimination-killing Suleimani, oh, not the USA, and the "style" of the murder is not in the tradition of the USA - in the USA these "problems" are always dealt with either by "formidable" special forces from fur seals, or by Marines in the style of an "American show for voters, "and not the Israeli liquidation of militant leaders from drones, for the sake of" intimidation-intimidation "
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    Started for health, finished for peace. And then he fell into hysteria. If the analysis, then a balanced, untangled Iran with Iraq.
  • Vladimir_2U 5 January 2020 07: 17 New
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    In all the domestic media, they broadcast about the "dead" Suleimani, so I want to poke editors into it with my nose. How can killing be considered death?
    1. The popuas 5 January 2020 07: 50 New
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      They also write .... elimination! Since the lion's share of the media belongs to the Jews, therefore, they do not write KILLING!
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        Quote: Popuas
        They also write .... elimination! Since the lion's share of the media belongs to the Jews, therefore, they do not write KILLING!

        Yes, and they write liquidation.
        And you wrote about Dudaev - liquidation, strange - but it seems like they killed too? Double standarts ?
        Not ..... laughing
        https://russian7.ru/post/likvidaciya-dzhokhara-dudaeva-kak-yeto-by/
        1. Vladimir_2U 5 January 2020 08: 25 New
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          You also write that you do not see the difference between a spy and a scout! )))
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            You also write that you do not see the difference between a spy and a scout! )))

            laughing
            Of course I see.
            Ours are noble scouts, and theirs are vile spies
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  • Lionnvrsk 5 January 2020 07: 22 New
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    It is possible that the reason for the killing of Suleimani is precisely in this

    A somewhat one-sided simplistic view, in my opinion, of this murder. Statistics usually indicate the presence of at least three factors leading to an event.
    Well, Trump is a very big fan of raising bets!
  • Alien From 5 January 2020 07: 23 New
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    Stirlitz. And you?
  • Air force 5 January 2020 07: 24 New
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    There are a lot of dark options, why Trump did it. But as for me, not in order to withdraw troops from Iraq, as the author writes. One would think that because of impeachment, war is needed, but he does not face a real impeachment. At the moment, the Americans simply show who is the boss in the Middle East, remove a significant figure and do not wait for an answer, not from Iran militarily, not from a "civilized society" in the UN plan in the form of sanctions for terror. Yes, terrorist acts are possible in response to the actions of the United States, but they have a side, the United States to ordinary people has always sided, they can, on the contrary, and wait for an answer in the form of terrorist acts to substantiate a further escalation and attack on Iran. Another option, they are waiting for an answer from Iran in the form of an attack on their bases in neighboring countries, which will also be beneficial for them, they will put together a coalition and voila all against the aggressor, they will raise a howl in the media and who started the escalation will immediately forget everything, good the western population, and not only the western one, is so duped that they will shit any nonsense and will applaud. PS And perhaps Trump needs an escalation of the conflict simply because of future elections, so that during the war the society does not decide to change the president, as always a victorious war is needed and, as always, every American president believes that he will be able to win it. In any case, the trump hit, not in order to withdraw troops from Iraq.
    1. Lionnvrsk 5 January 2020 07: 54 New
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      I am also a supporter of such options. And if there is no decent answer, then also not bad. Like, Trump said - "SHA !!!" and everyone was worn out.
    2. atalef 5 January 2020 08: 30 New
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      Quote: Air Force
      At the moment, the Americans simply show who is the boss in the Middle East

      In the Middle East, and what is Iran climbing to the Middle East?
      Quote: Air Force
      In the East, they remove a significant figure and do not expect answers, not from Iran militarily, not from a "civilized society" in the UN plan in the form of sanctions for terror.

      Iran will sit on the ass exactly, but about the UN, you are somehow lopsided to the UN.
      As an example, for a start, check their resolution in the Crimea.
      So, Iran, with their Islamic-schiite expansion, has already got everyone and, first of all, the Arab states of the BV.

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      as always, every American president believes that he will be able to win it.

      Of course, America in case of conflict will blow Iran.
      And this absolutely does not require the introduction of troops into the country.
      1. Connor MacLeod 5 January 2020 10: 19 New
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        Quote: atalef
        Of course, America in case of conflict will blow Iran.
        And this absolutely does not require the introduction of troops into the country.

        In the event of a conflict, Iran will smash the Saudis and other US allies in the Gulf. For this, they also do not need to send troops ...
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        Iran creeps into the Middle East for exactly the same reason that Russia creeps into European affairs. Geographical location obliges.
  • Thrifty 5 January 2020 07: 32 New
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    Well, that means that we must actively help the expulsion of the US military from the region along with their bases! In gregging itself, it is necessary to make maximum use of any fact of ethnic confrontation to incite hatred of the central government, of a revolution within the United States, of the collapse of America from the inside! It is necessary to act against the Yankees by their own methods! The concept "these are not our methods" is inappropriate in this case! In the struggle for the collapse of the United States, how states should be good, and ALL possible methods and means are used.
  • itarnmag 5 January 2020 07: 36 New
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    Was Saladin a Shiite? He was the Turkish Sultan, and the Sunni Turks
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      Saladin was a Kurd.
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  • Whowhy 5 January 2020 07: 39 New
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    "We have no friends except the Army, Air Force and Navy." It is necessary to carefully and carefully approach cooperation with Iran. In the entire history of the existence of the Russian Empire, the Persians were always ready to stab into the back of Russia. In the 90s, when the drug rampant began, our opera from OBNONA repeatedly came to residents from Iran, purposefully creating networks of drug dealers in Russia. But, unfortunately, "history teaches only that it teaches nothing" ....
    1. Gardamir 5 January 2020 10: 33 New
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      Just as Alexander did not say anything about aviation, so the Kremlin is on friendly terms with the eternal Russian enemy. Turks, why did Iran not please you? If simplified approach to the article the choice between the USA and Iran.
      But the Kremlin still supports the United States by buying securities there, giving the Americans oil and aluminum plants, and now the shares of the "public domain" have been donated.
      1. Whowhy 5 January 2020 11: 55 New
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        As Alexander did not say anything about aviation

        Well, yes, they did. Unforgivable "mistake". laughing And how does it distort the meaning of the "quote". belay Do you think Alexander III would forget to mention aviation, if it were then? wink
        1. Gardamir 5 January 2020 12: 09 New
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          No, you're right, the words just come back, we are the army of the country - we are the army of the people.
          The main thing is who is our ally and who is our partner.
      2. Whowhy 5 January 2020 12: 05 New
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        why did Iran not please you?

        Well, if you don’t have enough tens of thousands of Russian children who died from drugs, which were not just purposely distributed, but created in Russia a drug mafia, agents from Iran (I worked as an expert chemist, researched drugs and had good relations with all the operations from OBNON) , then you can still add fighters trained in the special camps of this very "Sardar" and fought in Chechnya ...
        1. Gardamir 5 January 2020 12: 32 New
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          I understand everything about drugs and Chechnya. But Erdogan knocks down our plane and is still his best friend.
        2. timokhin-aa 5 January 2020 16: 44 New
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          With Chechnya, you distort. On the contrary, Iran has taken a very loyal position towards us. As before in Tajikistan.
          Some Iranians fought there, but if the “Cods” had taken it, there would have been thousands of them. Like in Iraq, Syria.
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            Well, well, you have just been explained in detail in the article that official Iran and the Sardar are far from the same thing.
  • U-58 5 January 2020 07: 45 New
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    Pretty pathetic, beautiful, but here are the conclusions ....
    First, we spin that the necromancers climb into Asia, instill chaos of lawlessness there, create Isamist groups that threaten us, take possession of oil and surround us with red (star-striped) flags, and now we don’t want to let them out of the same Asia, so as not to collide head-on with America, Great Persia and no less great CHINA
  • Avior 5 January 2020 07: 58 New
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    Trump has already written that in the event of attempts to attack Iran, 52 objects in Iran will be attacked, so it is doubtful that Trump is looking for a reason to withdraw troops.
    And I’m not sure that the decisions in Iraq will force the Americans to withdraw their troops from Iraq (how often I read here that the USA captured Iraq and put their puppets in power there. None of the puppets smile )
    In addition, it must be borne in mind that the United States has a decision by the UN Security Council to stay in Iraq, it is unlikely that they will be able to accept a withdrawal, the Americans will simply veto it
    1. atalef 5 January 2020 08: 37 New
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      Quote: Avior
      And I’m not sure that the decisions in Iraq will force the Americans to withdraw their troops from Iraq (how often I read here that the USA captured Iraq and put their puppets in power there. None of the puppets)

      At that moment, when the US withdraws its troops from Iraq (which Obama has already done), the Sunni minority immediately rebelled against Shiites (Iraq) and created ISIS (who knows that ISIS actually started from Iraq).
      Quote: Avior
      that the USA captured Iraq and put their puppets in power there. Nothing puppets)

      At the moment, the authorities in Iraq are puppets of Iran.
      Quote: Avior
      In addition, it must be borne in mind that the United States has a decision by the UN Security Council to stay in Iraq,

      Remind me the resolution?
      1. Avior 5 January 2020 10: 04 New
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        1483 dated May 22, 2003
      2. Simple 5 January 2020 16: 08 New
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        Quote: atalef
        ISIS actually started from Iraq



        Isil began with American camps.
      3. timokhin-aa 5 January 2020 16: 46 New
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        (who in the subject knows that ISIS actually started from Iraq).


        And who is really in the subject, they know that the core of the ISIS strike groups was Sunni tribal units, which before that had been trained by the USSF troops for several years, such as "fighting Al Qaeda."

        And that the central ideologists of the group were introduced to each other in the American camp camp Bucca. And then released - to the very Sunni militants.

        For example.
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          Quote: timokhin-aa
          And who is really in the subject, they know that the core of the ISIS strike groups was Sunni tribal units, which before that had been trained by the USSF troops for several years, such as "fighting Al Qaeda."

          I am ashamed not to know the obvious things, especially to the author of the article.
          Sunni units have never fought with al Qaeda because Al Qaeda are Sunnis.
          The United States rolled Iraq and dismissed the army (the backbone of which was precisely the Sunnis) - created an army based on the Shiites of Iraq and the Iraqi government was (and is) from the Shiite majority.
          The foundation of ISIS is the former Sunni army officers of Hussein
          Quote: timokhin-aa
          And that the central ideologists of the group were introduced to each other in the American camp camp Bucca. And then released - to the very Sunni militants.

          You already understand - the militants, the army - without knowing the basics, do not meddle and do not pretend to be an expert.
  • Strashila 5 January 2020 07: 59 New
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    By simple, the Americans killed a man who knew too much and knew how. His military experience, as well as in the future presence of Russia in Syria, that in fact many problems in the form of terrorism and drug trafficking can be solved if they do not have support from abroad, the main sponsor of all this indecency was clearly identified in the person of the bearers of democracy. The successful liberation of the territory from terrorists in Syria meant one thing: the liberation of the IRGC forces and resources that could be used in other countries of Iraq or Afghanistan.
    Certain circles in America want to continue to rob, while openly with the help of the military, for this, they are not interested in peaceful affairs in the region.
    That tension is completely at hand, and Trump wanted the laurels of his predecessors who led the assassinations of Sadam, Ben-Ladan, Gaddafi.
    1. atalef 5 January 2020 08: 40 New
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      The successful liberation of the territory from terrorists in Syria meant one thing: the liberation of the IRGC forces and resources that could be used in other countries of Iraq or Afghanistan.

      And what is the IRGC to do in Iraq and Afghanistan?
      What’s this called? someone from these countries called for the introduction of a foreign contingent in these countries?
      1. Strashila 5 January 2020 11: 19 New
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        If we proceed from the article, there were military operations with drug dealers in Afghanistan, then in Iraq, like Syria, military operations against terrorists.
      2. AllBiBek 5 January 2020 11: 59 New
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        I read it with an American accent. Trump himself would not say otherwise.
      3. Rakovor 5 January 2020 14: 51 New
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        Well, Iraq and Afghanistan are Iran’s neighbors, it has its own interests there, but what your beloved States are doing there is not at all clear, no one called them for sure.
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        It was quite a name. And Iraqi Shiites and Afghan Hazaras.
        But who called the United States there?
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          Quote: timokhin-aa
          It was quite a name. And Iraqi Shiites and Afghan Hazaras.
          But who called the United States there?

          And the inhabitants of the village of Gadyukino - did not call?
          Actually, in Afghanistan and Iraq there is a legal partnership and who it still called is the USA and the coalition
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            Young Israeli trolls are the same, even weird ...
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              Young Israeli trolls are the same, even weird ...

              The expert has merged. laughing
              And on the topic have something to say?
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            Actually, in Afghanistan and Iraq there is a legal government, and whom it called for is the United States and the coalition

            Did Syria call the United States and the coalition?
  • martin-159 5 January 2020 08: 02 New
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    Quote: whowhy
    "We have no friends except the Army, Air Force and Navy."

    In short, we have no friends.
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      As one proverb sounded ... there are no friends in the east, there can only be temporary allies.
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    1. Mar.Tirah 5 January 2020 08: 13 New
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      Quote: Professor
      Administration, what is it? Calls for the killing of Americans?

      Well, are you right so worried? Of course there isn’t just punishment (rods)!
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    For Russia, this is bad, because there may be a recall of Iranians from Syria to fight the United States, and Assad’s army is weak.
    1. Whowhy 5 January 2020 08: 41 New
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      This may end badly, not only for Russia, but for the whole world. Religious fanatics don't give a damn about everything except their own rightness, so, in my opinion, a world carnage really loomed on the horizon.
  • bald 5 January 2020 08: 13 New
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    One of the reasonable counteractions to the states is the decomposition of the states from the inside, the creation of soil not only in the internal political struggle, but also in the physical. Bring them to a state where they will not be up to dirty business outside the states. I think such work is already underway.
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      Quote: bald
      One of the reasonable counteractions to the states is the decomposition of the states from the inside, the creation of soil not only in the internal political struggle, but also in the physical.

      what did you write?
      Although - the paper will endure everything laughing
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      Bring them to a state

      for this, delivery should grow at least to their level. By the way, who will do this? Have you already signed Russia for Iran?
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      I think such work is already underway.

      And I think not wink
    2. riwas 6 January 2020 05: 52 New
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      So far, the US has been successfully working with the Iranian opposition.
  • 7,62h54 5 January 2020 08: 13 New
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    The Russian Foreign Ministry called the American trick a gamble, although it should be called murder and crime. And Trump needs to be branded for it. But they will not bite the giving hand.
  • Hazarov 5 January 2020 08: 15 New
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    Great Iran! Very interesting article. But I do not agree with the author about the greatness of Iran. Iran is great if its part is not only Mesopotamia, but also Syria and Assyria and Cappadocia and Lydia and Media, and of course Israel and Arabia! Then Iran is great!
    In all other cases, Iran is either a powerful regional economic center, or generally just the periphery. Those. without external pumping Iran cannot become Great. Someone must supply him with everything necessary for this. Or weaken everyone around Iran so much that it all falls to him! What in modern conditions is not real! After all, there is Turkey, Egypt, Pakistan, Bactria and the same great Mead nearby! So, Iran has no chance of all this!
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      Iran is great if its part is not only Mesopotamia, but also Syria and Assyria and Cappadocia and Lydia and Media, and of course Israel and Arabia! Then Iran is great!

      The greatness of a country is determined not by the size of its territory, but by independence in decision-making. In this sense, even North Korea is quite a great country that was able to wipe the striped. What can we say about Iran.
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          Konstantin, I’m not holding you personally, lad. So hold on to tantrums.
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            That's it, that you hold us for no one! For only those who, in your understanding, are nobody and you can evaporate such impudent game! Only those whom you consider to be nobody can lie so impudently and unscrupulously!
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              Bone, exhale already. And have a bite.
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  • parusnik 5 January 2020 08: 18 New
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    That is why the United States in Iraq, so that Iran would not doze off. There is no need to establish relations with Iran, the United States, we need the surrender of Iran .. so that this country can be called a "partner" ..
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    Good article, learned a lot about Suleymani. And then the general and the general.
    The conclusions are correct, thanks!
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  • 7,62h54 5 January 2020 08: 29 New
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    Influence and devotion to the cause of the fight against the United States made Suleymani an uncomfortable figure both for Iran and for the countries of the "partners". His popularity and fearlessness frightened friends, because in the event of a direct conflict with the Americans and Jews, it was necessary to take someone's side. Either sit calmly yourself, ship timber, gas, oil left and right. Pragmatism in the world is gaining momentum, ideological only hinder the trade in resources.
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    You can’t forgive the United States for such "murders from around the corner", you need a tough answer in all directions and in all areas of politics and the economy and not only from Iran alone, it’s a pity many leaders of other countries do not understand this, or understand it, but are powerless, as United, the Yankees and they are playing a double game, the United States crossed the line and it is necessary to make sure that they sit behind a puddle, tremble and fear for their crime, or tomorrow there will be representatives of other countries at the site of Suleimani ....
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      We need international condemnation and sanctions against the United States, and let the American allies think, the Yankees can also solve all their problems. laughing
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      You can’t forgive the United States for such "killings from around the corner", you need a tough answer in all directions


      Well, answer, who forbids you? An angry letter to the president or several, a note to the Foreign Ministry ...

      Quote: anjey
      the leaders of other countries do not understand this, or understand, but are powerless because they are not united, the Yankees are playing a double game with them, the United States crossed the line and we need to make sure that they sit behind a puddle, tremble and fear for their crime or tomorrow will be in place of Suleimani representatives of other countries rank higher ....


      But it’s better to buy a Soviet textbook of the Russian language on the ruins. It will be more useful.
      1. anjey 5 January 2020 12: 22 New
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        My mistakes are worth nothing, they can be from haste and not always from ignorance, especially for you.
        But political mistakes and crimes of all trumps and the hedgehog with them, who rule the World, can sometimes cost thousands and sometimes millions of claimed lives, including your life, immaculately-educated, can be turned into dust laughingYou can be silent, I understand that words are air idle, but the Word always lies in the beginning. laughing
  • svp67 5 January 2020 08: 50 New
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    It’s easy to kill a man, but the Legend is not possible to kill. Killing Suleimani Trump forever made him immortal
  • Connor MacLeod 5 January 2020 08: 52 New
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    It is necessary to extinguish the Americans, but to extinguish the mind. In open confrontation, we lose; forces are too unequal. This is what the Iranians understand. If someone believes that after all that has happened, Iran will immediately begin military operations, then in vain. On the other hand, one should not expect that the Americans will stop their bloody provocations. I think they are seriously going to start a war with Iran. So we will follow the development of events.
    1. Kerensky 5 January 2020 11: 36 New
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      If someone believes that after all that has happened, Iran will immediately begin military operations, then in vain.

      Yes? And how much does he need to swing, a year or two? Options have long been considered ... Or is there a banal bargaining? Sardar had a good wallet, whether they buy casher-smashers from him, not all are ideological ....
  • Dimy4 5 January 2020 08: 53 New
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    No concessions, no help, no help will force the Americans to abandon plans to destroy those countries that they “sentenced”.

    Our current government has sentenced us, there will be nothing left for the “probable partners” except empty endless expanses overgrown with grass and young growth.
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  • Sergey79 5 January 2020 08: 57 New
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    May Amers not leave the region. Not for that they entered there. In my opinion, just a redistribution of the sphere of influence.
    1. AllBiBek 5 January 2020 12: 02 New
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      As history shows, sooner or later they leave any region to which they have fallen, although no one has called them. And then they remove the pathos blockbuster about it.
  • viks 5 January 2020 09: 10 New
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    Sorry, I want to express a personal position that I do not want to impose on anyone. I followed the author’s publications for a long time, shared his position in something, didn’t agree, but after reading this article it becomes sad - the author showed himself to be a cave anti-Americanist with a mind clouded by anger. I will not touch on the conclusions about the author’s inconclusiveness about such things as about the "chemical weapons invested in Hussein’s hands of the United States," the "direct patronage of the pro-Western world over ISIS" - in my opinion, there is no reason to argue about this, in my cast of a primitive conspiracy theory - anyone who believes in this model cannot be convinced by any means . Regarding the conclusions I want to express the following. The review is worthy of the level of propaganda of an organization such as Hezbollah or Hamas (all these howls are “peaceful coexistence with the United States is not possible” (it’s strange even in the light of this that the author does not propose to start a preventive atomic war against the states in his heat), “let more Americans will die "- they aren’t any adequate position - rather, this is a cast of the transformed consciousness of the Nazi, with a different sign - his unconscious" alter ego "under the name Adolf also had the same cave attacks, only with respect to other characters th - “Communist infection”, “Western plutocracy”, “worldwide Jewish conspiracy” - also called for more enemies killed, as the only choice for the survival of their nation, the impossibility of peaceful coexistence with designated phantoms, to war to a victorious end in the end ... It is sad to see how a non-stupid person falls under the charm of "simple conclusions" and "uncomplicated decision."
    1. Banshee 5 January 2020 12: 08 New
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      The review is worthy of a Hezbollah or Hamas type of propaganda.


      Come on ... Don’t take it to heart, no one in the US will go to war. These post-holiday consequences are seething. In a week everyone will forget about this general.
      1. thinker 5 January 2020 13: 25 New
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        Will everyone forget? Including Iran? What a profound error!
        For the first time in history, a red flag was hoisted above the Jamkaran mosque; it will not be lowered until it takes revenge for the killing by the Americans of the legendary IRGC General Kassem Suleymani.

        https://rusvesna.su/news/1578148667
    2. Winnie76 5 January 2020 15: 04 New
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      Quote: viks
      the author proved himself a cave anti-Americanist with a mind clouded by anger.

      My friend, after Ukraine, after the report of Rand, all sane Russians should become anti-Americanists.
  • However, dear 5 January 2020 09: 21 New
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    Depressive article, may the author forgive me, and not constructive. "War, only war, they cannot be trusted, everyone who trusted them has paid." And examples: Saddam Hussein, Muammar Gaddafi, Bashar al-Assad, and communist China (which reasonably stands apart). What on the other hand? 28 European NATO countries, plus Japan, Israel, South Korea, and all sorts of distant Australia and New Zealand - all of them somehow get along well with the United States. And these 30+ countries live well, more or less, and more developed. Maybe you need to think about how to get into their club, and not "war-war"?
    1. Alex Kozhin 5 January 2020 09: 30 New
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      You won’t get into their club, you already tried to join NATO at 91m, and later the European Union. Where have you been sent?
      Still fabulous ... Dreamers ...
      1. However, dear 5 January 2020 10: 22 New
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        Mistake, Alex. I'm not from the country that you thought.
    2. Karabin 5 January 2020 20: 40 New
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      Maybe you need to think about how to get into their club, and not "war-war"?

      They will not take to their club. All attempts to get there are more expensive than the jambs of their own projects.
  • Yang yangov 5 January 2020 09: 24 New
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    "Carthage (that is, the United States and Israel) must be destroyed." as long as they exist the world is non-negotiable.
    - it’s like hooligans not to fight back, they will not stop their lawlessness.
  • Tank hard 5 January 2020 09: 25 New
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    Once again - no peaceful coexistence with the United States is possible, trying to achieve one is a waste of time.

    In a world built by Americans, many dead Americans mean few dead Russians, and vice versa.

    . Iran, thanks to the efforts of people like Suleimani, is actively strengthening, and soon, if everything goes as it goes, we will face a new edition of the Persian Empire. Historical experience says that this is not good for Russia.

    That's right. But the leading "elite" of the Russian Federation, apparently, has no time to think about such trifles, they need to improve their personal well-being ... request
  • Alex Kozhin 5 January 2020 09: 26 New
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    Thank you for the article!
    Well done.
  • Boris55 5 January 2020 09: 32 New
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    Quote: A / imokhin
    Trump was already trying to get out of Syria, but this impulse was successfully sabotaged. And he cannot overcome the resistance of the neocons.

    The decision to conduct domestic policy at the expense of foreign is a common thing.
  • Nikolay87 5 January 2020 09: 34 New
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    I doubt that all this is due to impeachment. Americans need chaos in the Middle East, and they won’t go anywhere.
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    I’m quite happy with the position of our country. Russia has made a lot of efforts to establish relations with the countries of the Middle East. Some of which are negatively related to the regime of Tehran. Time will tell.
  • Pavel57 5 January 2020 09: 46 New
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    A sober look. Not even cynical enough.
  • Jurkovs 5 January 2020 09: 49 New
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    The last paragraphs of the article contradict the first. Well, if you can’t agree on anything with the Americans, then it’s also impossible to use them in your calculations. This is the issue of deterring Iran by the Americans. Iran’s expansion into the post-Soviet space can only go in the direction of Azerbaijan. There are a lot of ethnic Persians and even more blood Turks. The penetration of Iran in the Caucasus will inevitably clash with Turkey and Russia in this dispute may become an arbitrator. So do not be scared prematurely.
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      Iran’s expansion into the post-Soviet space can only go in the direction of Azerbaijan. There are a lot of ethnic Persians and even more blood Turks.

      And most importantly: the dominant religion in Azerbaijan is Shiism. And the main world defender of Shiites is Iran!
    2. Winnie76 5 January 2020 15: 11 New
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      Quote: Jurkovs
      Well, if you can’t agree on anything with the Americans, then you can’t use them in your calculations either.

      We must use the blind. If you cannot agree with a pig, does this mean that you cannot crack fried eggs with bacon?
    3. timokhin-aa 5 January 2020 16: 52 New
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      Extremely erroneous comment - literally EVERYTHING is wrong. Have you specially tried?
      Well, if you can’t agree on anything with the Americans, then you can’t use them in your calculations either.

      Logical error. You need to use what they do.
      Iran’s expansion into the post-Soviet space can only go in the direction of Azerbaijan.

      Already goes to Armenia and Turkmenistan. On the way - the "European" railway via Central Asia to China.

      Learn the facts before claiming with such certainty.
  • Jack O'Neill 5 January 2020 09: 57 New
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    Of course, strictly formal, it was just the commander of a part of the Iranian special operations forces. But in fact, he controlled a huge transnational financial empire, rich enough to sponsor the entire Iranian war machine in the Middle East, without receiving a single rial from the country's budget. And a giant network of non-state armies, one of which was, for example, Hezbollahbut was not the only one.

    Hezbollah is a terrorist group sponsored by Suleimani.
    The list of Hezbollah attacks includes bombings of tourist buses, shelling of residential areas, a suicide bombing in a cultural center in Buenos Aires, bombing vehicles, kidnapping people, in the 85th captured Soviet citizens in Beirut, as well as hijacked planes.
    As you can see, Hezbollah has enough attacks. Suleymani was removed as a sponsor and head!
    1. AllBiBek 5 January 2020 10: 57 New
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      If you list all the terrorist acts committed directly or indirectly by the United States - the list will be much more. Recently Wikilix was counted out, after WWII, the USA counted 73 military incursions, as a result of which 26 million people died. Basically, by the way, civilians. Hezbollah is a stupidly defensive reaction, one of many.
    2. stroybat ZABVO 5 January 2020 15: 25 New
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      Quote: Jack O'Neill
      cultural center in buenos aires

      I will write to you, because I live nearby, the Argentine court could neither prove nor deny it. The fact that you write that this is a "proven fact" suggests that you belong to the "right-wing" Israelites. By the way, the “biggest” problem for “far-right Israelis” is not Iraq, not Iran, not Hezbollah .... These are Israelis with “leftist sympathies”, not “leftist” ones. While you are an aggressive minority ..... Bye ....
  • Gumma 5 January 2020 09: 57 New
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    Somehow, the author often confuses the Iranians and Iraqis in the article. We have to carefully delve into the letters "n" and "k".
    1. timokhin-aa 5 January 2020 16: 53 New
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      Never mixed up.
      1. Gumma 5 January 2020 19: 45 New
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        Your words: “Iran did not particularly protest against the collapse of its sworn enemy, whose aggression claimed nearly half a million Iraqi lives. " And according to other estimates, the losses of the parties: Iran - 500, Iraq - 000-150 people. Sorry for the meticulousness ...
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          It's a typo
  • Yuri Guliy 5 January 2020 09: 58 New
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    Deep in understanding and with moderate cynicism, the publication is very different from the primitive crap from zombies. It's nice that somewhere in Russia there are smart people.