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Geopolitical mosaic: Peter Popham considers Iranian bomb a guarantor of a quiet life, and the United States and the EU dispersed like ships at sea

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Geopolitical mosaic: Peter Popham considers Iranian bomb a guarantor of a quiet life, and the United States and the EU dispersed like ships at sea



Words and deeds. In Manama, at the annual meeting of representatives of the European Union and the Arab Gulf Cooperation Council, its participants called on all parties to the Syrian conflict to find ways of a political settlement. They committed themselves to creating an enabling environment for an international conference on Syria, reports SANA.

Their calls were made against the backdrop of sending Qatar and Saudi Arabia parties weapons terrorist groups operating in Syria. The media write that the militants have already received another batch of weapons, which paid for Saudi Arabia. France took part in its delivery.

The contradictory positions of the leaders of Europe and the Gulf in relation to the crisis in ATS, SANA notes, arouse serious suspicions that they are insincere in their calls for peace.

Stripping homs. Special forces of the army and detachments of the Syrian National Defense Forces are conducting a sweep of the old quarters in Homs. Militants have a fierce resistance, passes "RT" with reference to ITAR-TASS.

The operation began on Saturday. Helicopters and artillery delivered pinpoint strikes against militant positions in the Khalidiyah, Khamidiyah, Bab-Khude and Bustan al-Divan areas. Most of the locals left these areas before the outbreak of hostilities, and yet, according to SANA, three civilians were killed during a mortar shelling of the Abbasiy quarter.

In Jisr al-Sebaa (on the border between Syria and Lebanon), the Syrian army destroyed a gang of mercenaries trying to break into the interior of the country.

Government forces also continue to pursue militants in the northern suburbs of Damascus.

American mistake. The US government continues to support the Syrian Free Army, including inter alia al-Qaeda units. The consequences of such a policy of Washington, says the correspondent "RT" Anastasia Churkina.

“The United States makes a huge mistake that they give such a simplified black and white picture. They have rebels - these are good guys, and Asad is a villain. This is a very dangerous mistake, ”said Jeff Steinberg, senior editor of Executive Intelligence Review.

It is dangerous because the Syrian opposition cannot be called a single political force. “The opposition consists of radical groups, various religious armed groups, many of which either directly cooperate with Al-Qaida, or practice the ideology of jihad, which al-Qaeda adheres to,” said RT director and writer Danny Schechter.

According to a recent survey by the Pew Research Center, about 70% of Americans want the US not to intervene in the situation in Syria. They have an unpleasant aftertaste from military campaigns in the Middle East that lasted more than ten years.

Iranian nuclear bomb as a symbol of peace. Peter Popham ("Independent"; source abbr. translation - "Inopressa") wrote an article under the catchy headline: "Let Iran quietly finish the bomb."

The world community believes that once it is convinced that Iran does not have nuclear weapons and is unable to create them, the Middle East will immediately become a safe place. But in fact, everything must be understood exactly the opposite. So says browser Peter Popham.

Sooner or later, the Islamic Republic of Iran will be drawn into an armed conflict. And the only way to avoid this, the article says, is to acquire means of nuclear deterrence.

According to the journalist, Kim Jong Il and Muammar Gaddafi were convinced by their own experience that only by following the path of creating a nuclear weapon can the United States and its allies be prevented from ruining your country and not dying in the ditch itself. The nuclear arsenal is declared by the observer as the modern analogue of the medieval city fortifications.

The author cites the consequences of American politics: decaying Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya.

“Syria is moving in the same direction,” the author writes, “and while our leaders are trying to speed up this process. It becomes clear to everyone else that even a monstrous police state like Syria Assad is better than chaos, as in Iraq, to ​​which our interventions lead. ”

Further, the journalist recalls the words of British Foreign Secretary Douglas Hurd, who opposed Britain’s participation in the intervention in the Balkans: “It’s silly to pretend that we can establish a just peace in every conflict or dispute beyond our borders.”

The observer summarizes: Obama, Cameron and Hollande are covered by neo-imperialist fervor, and if Iranian President Rouhani does not have time to get nuclear weapons, the possibility of war with Iran cannot be ruled out.

Turkish protests do not subside. In the south of Turkey, in Mersin, protesters clashed with police. Two journalists, seven policemen and about a dozen demonstrators suffered; "Vesti" with reference to ITAR-TASS.

Around 500, participants in a rally of solidarity with protesters against the reorganization of Gezi Park were planning to enter the town square. The march was not authorized, and the police blocked the way for the demonstrators. For a while the crowd dispersed, but gathered again. The demonstrators attempted to overcome the police cordons, but tear gas grenades flew at them. Then they poured from water cannons. In response, the demonstrators began throwing stones and empty bottles at law enforcement officers, as well as building barricades.

The protest staged and graduates of the Middle East Technical University in Ankara. It occurred at the graduation ceremony. Passing by the assembled graduation ceremony, former students showed posters with anti-government appeals: “You kicked people out of Gezi, but do not force Gezi out of the souls of the people”, “Policemen who can’t calculate the integral beat me”, “We graduated, sniffing the gas” and others .

A major incident occurred in the Beyoglu district of Istanbul: there a group of 15 extremists in masks threw stones and Molotov cocktails into the municipal bus carrying 30 passengers. As a result of the attack, no one was hurt.

Mursi gave two days. The Egyptian opposition gave the president two days to resign. The statement of the youth movement A-Tamarrud (“Revolt”), which initiated the mass protests of June 30, states: “The president has time before 17: Tuesday’s 00 to resign and give state structures the opportunity to prepare early presidential elections ".

“Otherwise, we will call the Egyptian people to mass protests in all squares, including the presidential palace, and general actions of civil disobedience in order to defend the will of the people,” the youth leaders’s communiqué ITAR-TASS. “We do not agree to interim solutions and compromises and alternatives, except for the peaceful end of the power of the Muslim Brotherhood and their protege Mursi, there cannot be any.”

The movement promises to preserve the peaceful nature of the speeches, while emphasizing that "it will not allow bloodshed and will not allow pushing the country into the cauldron of civil war."

According to the official representative of the office of the head of state Omar Amer, “the president realizes that mistakes were made during the first year of his reign, and he is ready to work on correcting them.” “Mohammed Mursi supports negotiations and is ready to hear everyone,” Amer said. “And now we are waiting for a response to our call.”

According to Egyptian media, 11 people were killed in clashes between supporters and opponents of Islamists in different cities of the country. There are hundreds of victims.

The Ministry of Health has officially confirmed the deaths of five people, 613 injured.

The period under the rule of Islamists, the Egyptians called one of the worst stories. They not only lost faith in tomorrow, but also lost their former stability and security. People are frightened not only by a bleak economic outlook, but also by a gloomy political future under the rule of Islamists, who seek to control all spheres of public life.

As recalled MIGnews.com, On June 30, over 200000 protesters against President Mursi gathered at Tahrir Square in Cairo, more than 100000 took to the streets in Alexandria. Approximately 20000 supporters of Mursi gathered near the presidential palace in Cairo.

Egyptians filled the streets of the cities on the occasion of the first anniversary of the inauguration of the Islamist president, demanding his resignation. Waving national flags, the crowd chanted: “Go away!”

More than 200000 people gathered Sunday evening at Tahrir. This is the largest demonstration since the 2011 uprising of the year, which led to the overthrow of Mubarak.

Bloody day At least 53 people died and about 109 injured as a result of a series of explosions yesterday in Pakistan, reports RIA News" with reference to France Press.

The first explosion occurred in Peshawar, killing at least 17 people. 46 people were injured. The target of the attack was probably a convoy of security forces.

Two explosions thundered at a checkpoint near a Shiite mosque in Quetta. The bomber tried to penetrate the mosque, but the guards detained him. Then he threw a grenade, and then launched a bomb. The attack killed a 28 man, a 51 man was injured.

Two more terrorist attacks occurred in the north of the country. In both cases, four people died as a result of landmine explosions, 12 were injured.

Last Sunday was the bloodiest Pakistani day in the last four months.

In the genre of the Holocaust. We quote several lines from Guy Walters (Daily Mail; source of translation - Mixednews.ru):

“Four days before the end of the war, the unit of Canadian soldiers moved through a dense forest in the north-east of Holland. They were accompanied by a member of the Special Secret Service for Special Purpose Joe Corrie.

Without a doubt, this man had a rich military experience. He shot a Nazi scientist with a crossbow, participated in Day D, rescued the father of the atomic bomb, nuclear scientist Robert Oppenheimer from Holland, hung deep mines on submarines, shipwrecked near Newfoundland, and even worked with Jan Fleming, an intelligence officer and future author Jaeme. Bond

But, despite all the horrors experienced, nothing Corry could have prepared for this day. Deep in the forest, a Nazi "experimental" extermination camp was found, and what he saw shocked Joe to the depths of his soul.

“There were living and dead evidence of transcendent cruelty,” Corrie wrote many years later. "People lay and crawled in a huge, smelly pool of human excrement."


At the beginning of 2013, the Simon & Schuster publishing house seized on the opportunity to republish Corrie's memoirs, first published in 1990. The new edition, due out in 2014, was presented as “everything you want to know about the Second World War, exciting courage and amazing resourcefulness, powerful storms of emotions”.

But here is one small problem, Comrade Walters writes: these stories ... are far from the truth.

There were no “experimental extermination camps” in Holland. All concentration camps were discovered long before 4 in May, the day of the surrender of the German troops in Holland. Corrie's military experience is almost entirely fictional. The “Secret Service” has never existed. During the war, Oppenheimer lived in the United States. The British troops on D-Day were not "behind the houses on the beach."

The editorial director of Simon & Schuster, Mike Jones, justifies himself: “We publish a fairly wide range of different popular science literature. For what we bought the book, for what we sell. Most of all we do not want to publish literature of dubious content. We are grateful for the information and talk with the author and his agent. ”

Corrie's tale is not an isolated case. In the publishing industry, the “memoirs” about the Holocaust are growing. The author of the article is ready to put such publications on the shelf with fiction.

As an early perjury testimony about the Holocaust, researchers cite a book published by the musician Benjamin Vilkomirski in Germany “Fragments: Memories from Wartime Childhood” in 1995.

The shocking book with memories was recognized by critics and sold in more than eleven countries. In 1998, Vilkomirski was exposed by a Swiss journalist. He found out that the author was not even close to concentration camps, that his real name was Bruno Gorzhan, and he was brought up in an orphanage.

In 1996, Herman Rosenblatt appeared on the Oprah Unfrey show. As a boy he seemed to be in the Schlieben concentration camp. Every day, a young Jewish girl named Roma threw apples and bread to him - this went on for seven whole months. Then Rosenblatt was transferred to another camp. In the fifties, he settled in Brooklyn, USA. One fine day 1957, he went on a date with a young woman. This lady turned out to be the same Roma, and they, of course, got married.

In 2008, the story of Rosenblatt was sold to Berkley Books and published the following year under the title Angel at the Fence. A full-length film with a budget of 17 million pounds was shot. Rosenblatt became rich.

The book interested researchers of the Holocaust and Shiblen survivors. People did not believe that Rosenblat and Roma met near the camp fence. The road near the fence was closed, and approaching it was punishable by death. In December, 2009 book was removed from public access.

“I just wanted to bring people happiness,” Rosenblatt justified. - I give hope to many people. My motive was the desire to bring some good into this world. ”

There is no doubt that books of this type, Walters notes, will be more and more, if we take into account the "battles of publishers for new stories about the Second World War ..."

The new member of the European Union. On the night of today, Croatia officially joined the European Union, becoming the 28 member of the organization, reports correspondent RIA "News" Nikolay Sokolov.

Zagreb and dozens of other cities meet the new status of the country in a festive atmosphere - concerts, performances and fireworks. In Bayakovo on the Croatian-Serbian border, in the presence of officials and journalists, a sign with the sign of the European Union was opened. At the Bregan checkpoint between Croatia and Slovenia, the sign "Customs Administration of the Republic of Croatia" was removed, which symbolizes the abolition of Croatian customs barriers with other EU countries.

Bulgarians demand the resignation of the Cabinet. About 2,5, thousands of people took to the streets of Sofia for a regular rally against the government. Despite the heavy rain, the protesters stood on the streets and blocked the movement of vehicles, transmit "Vesti" with reference to ITAR-TASS.

The participants of the action demand the resignation of the cabinet headed by Plamen Oresharsky, speaking also against all parties represented in the parliament.

The Sophians were unhappy with the appointment of Delyan Peevski as head of the State National Security Service. 14 June became known about the new leader, and on June 19 the MPs voted to cancel the decision. Despite this, the protests do not stop.

Cameron didn’t like the coloring book. The British Prime Minister was outraged by the "waste" of European money. Cameron criticized the “Mr and Mrs MEP” coloring book for children (MEP is a member of the European Parliament), as well as the statements made at a meeting of European leaders in Brussels.

As transmits "RT" referring to “BBC”, David Cameron said that he was “quite shocked” when he showed the leaders of other countries the book “Mr and Mrs MEP” at dinner at a summit in Brussels. Heads of State were shocked. At first they thought it was the “The Telegraph” rally.

"I had to convince them that this is a real waste of money," - said Cameron.

The plot of the coloring: a day in the life of members of the European Parliament. Officials arrive at the airport in Strasbourg and then choose what to order for dinner. The text is printed in different European languages.

“This is what the EU should completely stop doing. If he intends to win the trust of citizens, the money must be spent carefully, ”said the British Prime Minister.

At the same time, Cameron criticized the proposal to reduce the annual compensation payments of Great Britain from the EU to £ 300 million. Such an idea was made by representatives of the French authorities. Paris has proposed investing more money in rural development for the new accession countries. Cameron said: “... in this city (Brussels) you should always be ready for an ambush at any time. This means that you need to be able to block such statements and have your trump card, which I do. ”

Ukrainian Armed Forces: Contract Principle. Alexander Bondarenko ("Voice of Russia") cites a statement by the Ukrainian Minister of Defense, Pavel Lebedev, that after the autumn draft, the country's armed forces will be equipped only on the basis of a contract principle. Over the next four years it is planned to reduce the number of the Ukrainian army. But the opposition believes that such a reform is premature.

The number of military soldiers who were called up in the spring was halved. At the same time, the number of applicants for contract service has increased. Pavel Lebedev says that this is due to a twofold increase in the salaries of contractors: recruits now receive more than three thousand hryvnias per month (about four hundred dollars): “Since the spring, we have reduced the conscription service by half - instead of 15 thousand, as planned, 7,5 thousand called upon. We are no longer calling for military service in the fleet, Aviation and highly mobile troops - where all the prerequisites for the transition to a contract army have already been created. ”

Experts note that the transition to the Ukrainian army on a contractual basis could help Viktor Yanukovych in the 2015 elections of the year. The contract army was one of the points of its program in previous elections.

Former Defense Minister Anatoly Gritsenko, now a people's deputy, criticizes the initiatives of the authorities: “If the army does not have new equipment, there is no adequate combat training, social protection, it’s a crime to talk about reduction. Therefore, I am convinced that the Verkhovna Rada will not allow the reduction of the army in the current conditions. Especially since we have no allies. Verkhovna Rada and only she can determine the number of troops. The president has no such right. ”

Experts point to a number of problems: it will be necessary to spend money on compensation for retirees, to figure out where to employ them. The army can not provide housing for military personnel. In the queues for apartments today there are tens of thousands of officers.

Burned portrait of the "enemy of the Romanian people." In Chisinau, local unionists, supporters of the unification of Moldova with Romania, burned the portrait of the special representative of the President of Russia on Transnistria, Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin. Reports about it "Lenta.ru" with reference to Moldnews.

The action of burning was held in front of the Russian embassy, ​​to which several dozen national liberals, representatives of the Actiunea2012 platform and the New Right movement arrived with a march starting from the Academy of Sciences.

The protesters demanded that the Russian Deputy Prime Minister be declared persona non grata in Moldavia for being “an enemy of the Romanian people.”

The action of unionists was timed to the next anniversary of the "Soviet occupation". June 28 marks 73 since the day Bessarabia joined (the territory between the Prut and Dniester rivers) to the Soviet Union. This was the result of the Ribbentrop-Molotov Pact. The current Moldovan authorities regard those events as the annexation of Bessarabia by the Soviet Union.

Chinese ships at Senkaku. Four patrol ships of the PRC entered today in the zone near the Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea, reports from Tokyo correspondent ITAR-TASS Vasily Golovnin.

Radio talks were held, but the ship's commanders rejected the demand of the Japanese border guards to leave the area. “We are doing routine patrols in our territorial waters,” this is what they said.

This is a kind of jubilee, 50, call of ships under the flag of the People's Republic of China to the zone near Senkak after the Japanese government bought out most of the uninhabited archipelago from private owners in September 2012.

North Korea: the modernization of artillery. North Korea began to deploy new rocket launcher systems on the border with South Korea. Reports about it "Lenta.ru" with reference to "Renhap". It is assumed that the new rocket artillery will be able to hit not only Seoul, but also targets deep in the territory of the Republic of Korea.

The old system of salvo fire caliber 107 mm in the artillery units of the DPRK, located near the demilitarized zone separating the Korean Peninsula, is being replaced with the modernized system caliber 240 mm. Presumably the range of such systems reaches 70 km.

Patino mail is hacked. Unknown persons received access to the correspondence of the founder of the portal "WikiLeaks" Julian Assange and Ecuadorian Foreign Minister Ricardo Patiño. The minister said on the Twitter page, correspondent ITAR-TASS Anton Fokin.

“My email has already been penetrated,” Patino wrote. “They opened the letters of apology that Julian Assange sent me a few days ago.” What else will they do? ”

The Foreign Minister had in mind the information that appeared earlier in the Wall Street Journal about the content of e-mail of some members of the executive authority of Ecuador. According to the newspaper, Ecuador’s ambassador to Washington Nathalie Seli in correspondence to government representative Fernando Alvarado expressed dissatisfaction with the role Assange played in negotiating with the authorities of the South American country about the possibility of providing asylum to Edward Snowden. In another letter, Assange apologized to Patinho for the inconvenience he caused by his actions.

Bradley Manning nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. Laureate of the Nobel Peace Prize 1976 of the year, Mayrid Corrigan offered to give the Peace Prize this year to Bradley Manning, RIA News".

“Peace is not just the absence of war, it is the active creation of something better. I decided to nominate Bradley Manning, a US private army, because I don’t know anyone who would deserve this prize anymore. His impressive disclosure of secret documents through Wikileaks helped end the war in Iraq and can help prevent conflicts in other regions, ”writes Corrigan in an article published in The Guardian.

Democratic changes in the Middle East, the change of perennial authoritarian regimes, Corrigan also links to the “Wikileaks” revelations made possible by Manning.

She expresses the hope that the US authorities will show a real model of democracy, taking into account B. Manning's ideas about the importance of using transparent procedures when making decisions.

A Cold War between the US and the EU? The NSA of the USA listened to 38 of foreign embassies and diplomatic missions, including the embassies of its NATO allies France and Italy, the Guardian writes, citing a document at the disposal of journalists.

As transmits RIA News", the document provided to the publication by Edward Snowden. The text, dated September 2010, lists the 38 embassies and diplomatic missions that are designated as “targets”. The document makes it possible to understand how the surveillance of diplomats was carried out: with the help of technical means, special services had access to electronic communications, telephone lines in the buildings of missions and could listen to communications of diplomats.

Among the "goals", in particular, are: the representative offices of the EU, France, Italy, Greece, Japan, Mexico, South Korea, India, Turkey.

On Saturday and the German edition of Spiegel, referring to the documents of Comrade Snowden, wrote that the NSA had intercepted the EU representations in Washington and New York and hacked into their computer networks. EU authorities have expressed concerns about this information.

The US is ready to discuss scandalous reports of wiretapping with the EU, but will not do this in public. This was stated by the representative of the office of the Director of National Intelligence, reports "Voice of Russia" with links to various Russian sources.

“The US authorities will appropriately respond to the European Union through diplomatic channels, as well as within the framework of the dialogue of intelligence experts proposed by the United States a few weeks ago. We will also discuss these issues on a bilateral basis with EU members, ”said a spokesman for the Director of National Intelligence. “We do not comment publicly on the details of the alleged intelligence activities, but we made it clear that the US is collecting intelligence of the same type as other countries,” the source added.

The European Union cannot negotiate a transatlantic free trade zone if the United States listens to European negotiators. This was stated last night by Viviane Reding, the European Commissioner for Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship, commenting on the “Spiegel” publication about the electronic espionage of US intelligence in the EU mission in Washington and in the Brussels offices of EU institutions, reports correspondent ITAR-TASS Denis Dubrovin.

“Allies do not follow each other,” she said.

Another European commissioner, the Belgian Karel de Gucht, who is responsible for foreign trade issues and, accordingly, for negotiations on a free trade zone with the United States, said earlier that this matter is "very serious."

French European Commissioner Michel Barnier, dealing with domestic market issues, said: “Clarity, truth and transparency are what we can and should expect from our friends and allies. Urgent explanations of Americans are needed. ”

Negotiations on the transatlantic free trade zone, or "economic NATO", should be stopped immediately. This was stated by one of the leaders of the Green faction in the European Parliament, Daniel Cohn-Bendit, commenting on the espionage scandal between the US and the EU. The same idea, expressed with more or less certainty, was picked up by dozens of his colleagues, reports correspondent ITAR-TASS Denis Dubrovin.

“Not everything is allowed to do, hiding behind a special strategy to fight terrorism. I think the US partners in the European Union are not the people who need to be monitored first. It is impossible to violate the basic rights and freedoms of people ", - quotes the words of Jean Asselborn, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Luxembourg, Anastasia Popova ("Vesti").

“He served his homeland in an exemplary manner ...” Attorney General James Cartwright, a retired general, said his client was innocent of the secret data leaks attributed to him, according to "Voice of Russia".

“He served his homeland for four decades in an exemplary manner. Any suggestion that he could betray the country is outrageous, ”- said in a statement by attorney Gregory Cregg, ex-adviser at the White House.

Cartwright came under investigation by the US Department of Justice on suspicion that he is the main source of information leaks to the press about a top-secret project to create a computer virus Stuxnet.

About Snowden. E. Snowden cannot leave Sheremetyevo International Airport without documents, Ecuador’s President Rafael Correa said yesterday. “He has no passport. I do not know Russian laws, I do not know if he can leave the airport, but I understand that he cannot do this. At the moment, everything depends on the Russian authorities. If he arrives at the Ecuadorian embassy, ​​we will consider his request for asylum, ”Correa quotes. RIA News" with reference to the Associated Press.

Earlier, Correa stated that the transit documents previously issued to Snowden were not valid, as they had been issued by the Ecuadorian consul in London, Fidel Narvaez, without the consent of the country's president.

"Inopressa" gives an overview of Western newspapers on the development of events around Snowden.

Being on a visit to Senegal, Barack Obama tried to pretend that the issuance of Snowden interests America less than one might think, reports The New York Times. The head of the White House said he did not call the presidents of Russia and China about the organizer of the leak, because he did not want to increase the hype. In his opinion, any state should voluntarily transfer a former CIA employee into the hands of American justice out of respect for the law. Among other things, Obama said: "And I'm not going to fly fighter jets to catch an 29-year-old hacker."

Obama is obviously not in a position to force Putin to give Snowden, and the congressmen decided to take over, writes The Daily Beast columnist Josh Rogin. The leaders of both parties announced the development of their own package of measures that would oblige the Russian leader to prevent Snowden from fleeing to a country where he will not be available.

“We are studying the available leverage of pressure,” said Republican Senator Lindsay Graham to the publication. “I’m trying to make a package of measures that will make Russians understand how serious we are.”

“It just amazes me that we don’t understand Putin’s intentions,” Graham added. “He is trying to recreate the pose and image of the Soviet Union.”

In "Sheremetyevo" together with Edward Snowden is a close friend of Julian Assange, determined to help like-minded person, writes Enrico Franceschini in the newspaper "La Repubblica". Accompanying name is Sarah Harrison.

"Assange's emotions are understandable - not only because Snowden became his counter-information fight mate, but also because Sarah was probably, and still is, his girlfriend in love with him, in other words, his girlfriend," the article says . - It is known that she was born and raised in Kent, studied political science and literature in London. In 2010, she met Assange, and since then they have become a couple: Sarah regularly visits him at the Ecuadorian embassy, ​​represents him at events in which he cannot take part, and now has taken on the role of "special envoy" in operations to free Snowden. "

Most Americans were not outraged to learn that telecommunications companies secretly supplied the NSA with data about American calls, and the NSA itself intercepted e-mails, noted in an article for The New York Times, Jennifer Stisa Grenik (director for civil liberties at Stanford Center for Internet and Society) and Christopher John Sprigman, a professor at the University of Virginia Law School. With the White House’s assertions that these actions are legitimate, almost all Congressmen and Congress bodies agreed.

But the authors of the material have the opposite opinion.

“Both programs violate both the spirit and the letter of federal legislation. There is not a single legislative act that would openly authorize mass surveillance, ”write Grenik and Sprigman. The Obama administration, they say, tried to prove by legal shakes that after September 11, Congress set out to implicitly authorize mass surveillance.

“But this strategy is basically a play on words, forcing fears and a very selective reading of the law,” the authors argue. “It’s time to call the NSA’s mass surveillance programs by their real name — they are criminal,” summarized the publicists.

In Russia, the "Media Pulse" will fight. The Civil Society Development Fund, under the leadership of Konstantin Kostin, the former head of the internal policy department of the presidential administration of the Russian Federation, will launch a social media monitoring system called MediaPulse. He writes about it "Lenta.ru" with reference to the "Vedomosti", citing expert fund Stanistave Apetyan. According to the latter, the system will be ready for launch at the end of the current year.

The base of MediaPulse, the analytical platform Forsight of the American company Crimson Hexagon, consists of two parts. The first will analyze the Western segment of the Network, Livejournal and the Russian part of Twitter. The second, developed in the Civil Society Development Fund, will begin to collect data on the Runet.

The task of the system is to determine the reaction of users to various news.

As Kostin said, MediaPulse is different from other social media monitoring systems by a different principle of analysis. “Instead of tonality, which is often quite arbitrary, our system distributes messages according to semantic categories, which allows us to get a clearer picture of the subject under study,” explained the head of the foundation. According to him, an effective system for monitoring social networks is in demand by both business and political forces, especially during election campaigns.

Currently, there are several social network monitoring systems in Russia: Prism, Kribrum, Wobot, Lenta reminds.

Stratfor knows the Russian future. In the article “Russia after Putin: a Foggy Future” ("Stratfor", USA; source of translation - "InoSMI") tells what happens to Russia after the 2.0 Politburo.

American analysts believe that, despite the 2.0 Politburo, the Russian system is centered around Putin. Experts see this as the main structural risk of the system, noting that a similar “problem was relevant in the days of Stalin’s political bureau”. After the death of the leader began the struggle for power. Khrushchev was loyal to Stalin, but, having come to power, he began a course change (“de-Stalinization”).

“Like Stalin, Leonid Brezhnev was preparing Mikhail Gorbachev and Boris Yeltsin to become his successors during the change of generations, which occurred after the short reign of Yuri Andropov and Konstantin Chernenko. However, this unsuccessful change of generations in power eventually contributed to the collapse of the Soviet Union. Even if Putin calls a successor or several successors, it is possible that these people will not continue to implement his strategy. There is no guarantee that when Putin leaves the road, a scenario similar to the post-Stalin or post Brezhnev scenario will not materialize. ”


Hence the conclusion: the future of Russia after Putin is foggy. The authors believe that “Moscow needs a unifying leader who will succeed Putin and will be able to preserve the unity of the country at all levels so that she can cope with new problems. Whether there is such a figure is still not clear. " Regardless of what analysts say, how well the plans of the Russian president are worked out, there are examples in the history of how the upcoming change of power in Moscow led not only to destabilization, but even to the collapse of the state.

We are at a loss, we will add from ourselves what Comrade Brezhnev could have taught Boris Yeltsin, whom, according to the text of the article, he “prepared” as general secretary. It seems that the main goal of American authors is not even pointing fog at the brains of the world community, but preserving fog in their own brains.

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  1. 46bob46
    46bob46 1 July 2013 12: 34 New
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    “Let Iran calmly finish the bomb.”
    yeah and apply as intended. + 100 journalist)
    1. Vadivak
      Vadivak 1 July 2013 13: 22 New
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      Quote: Oleg Chuvakin reviewed and commented
      I'm trying to put together a package of measures that will let the Russians understand how serious we are


      Yes, we laid down with the device - we have our own threat more seriously - utilities again lifted tariffs
    2. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 1 July 2013 13: 23 New
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      . The US government continues to support the Syrian Free Army, which includes, inter alia, associations affiliated with Al Qaeda.
      The United States created Al Qaeda, the United States sponsors and equips terrorists, and they don’t give a damn about the consequences of thousands of kilometers from the United States hi

      Turkish protests do not subside.
      Eh, Sanya Sparrow-life is a complicated thing and experience does not always help to make predictions wink Maybe a bird will fly on a mosaic winked

      Mursi gave two days.

      What two days, hang this Islamic Islam by the beard, millions on the streets, what are the Egyptians waiting for am


      The new member of the European Union.

      Why do some so want to be MEMBERS laughing

      “This is what the EU should completely stop doing. If he intends to win the trust of citizens, the money must be spent carefully, ”said the British Prime Minister.
      Indeed, why spend money on children coloring, when the terrorists in Syria need money fool

      Burned portrait of the "enemy of the Romanian people."
      Yes, Rogozin spit on them; they are looking for him in their failures. Losers in one word negative

      I do not know Russian laws, I do not know if he can leave the airport, but I understand that he cannot do this.
      Interestingly, he has brains, flogging such nonsense fool

      In the article “Russia after Putin: a vague future”
      USA under Obama, troubled present.

      Observed and commented on Oleg Chuvakin
      Oleg hi
      1. 755962
        755962 1 July 2013 14: 35 New
        +8
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        Why do some so want to be MEMBERS

        In the midst of the financial crisis, the EU is acquiring a new “cash cow”. The scenario is simple and well-developed - first a golden rain of grants and loans will be poured on Croatia, the country will gradually be driven into debt, and then thoroughly gutted
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 1 July 2013 15: 18 New
          +8
          Quote: 755962
          - first, a golden rain of grants and loans will be shed on Croatia,

          I don’t think that it will spill, there’s a crisis in the yard, because right away they’ve gutted it, there’s no time to get gold.
        2. Pusher
          Pusher 1 July 2013 17: 01 New
          +2
          for sure! like Greece, Portugal, Spain ...
        3. pensioner
          pensioner 1 July 2013 18: 15 New
          +2
          Quote: 755962
          first, a golden rain of grants and loans will be poured on Croatia, the country will gradually be borrowed, and then thoroughly gutted


          The securities market will jump at times, and then collapse to zero .... Passed ... Croats - look what awaits you ...
      2. Karlsonn
        Karlsonn 1 July 2013 22: 20 New
        +6
        hi drinks laughing



        It is believed that in Europe they will not understand us.
        1. Russ69
          Russ69 1 July 2013 22: 37 New
          +7
          Quote: Karlsonn

          It is believed that in Europe they will not understand us.


          Even in America, people understand. Comments from the American newspaper, to the message about the dispersal of fagots. good laughing

          - I'm starting to love Russia!
          - It's nice to see that common sense has remained in this world.
          - I like Putin. He is the type of president we need. Not like the one in the White House right now.
          - Thank you Russia for protecting your children from perverts!
          - I would never have thought that Russia could set an example to follow.
          - Russia will now rise in its greatness, based on moral values. Bravo Putin! Glory to God in the world there is still one sane leader!
          - America needs to follow Russia!
          - What is the tax in Russia and is there MacDonald. And how much is a ticket to Moscow?
          - Russia is a smart country and does not tolerate decaying perverts!
          - Finally, at least one normal country rebelled against all this frenzy.
          - One Russian newspaper wrote "Obama is the weak leader of Sodom and Gommora." I think they are right.
          - Ronald Reagan turns over in his grave, watching as Russia becomes a shining city on a mountain, and America becomes an anal hell (translated as he could).
          - I sincerely believe that this is the best law in Russia!
          - During the Cold War, I thought that America was on the bright side, and Russia was on the dark. Now I understand how wrong I was.
          - Russia continue to do a good deed! All sane people rely on you!
          - Putin 2016! (year of next US presidential election)
          -America must follow the Leader-Russia !!

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          1. Karlsonn
            Karlsonn 1 July 2013 22: 58 New
            +3
            Quote: Russ69
            - What is the tax in Russia and is there MacDonald. And how much is a ticket to Moscow?


            pancakes with salmon taxi bigmack in minus, and a meatball in Kiev kills a cheeseburger at a time !!!

            It is time (with the confirmation of normality) to grant citizenship to Europeans and others like them.
            I can personally help Saima Hayek. wink
            1. Russ69
              Russ69 1 July 2013 23: 11 New
              0
              Quote: Karlsonn
              Quote: Russ69
              - What is the tax in Russia and is there MacDonald. And how much is a ticket to Moscow?


              pancakes with salmon taxi bigmack in minus, and a meatball in Kiev kills a cheeseburger at a time !!!

              It is time (with the confirmation of normality) to grant citizenship to Europeans and others like them.
              I can personally help Saima Hayek. wink

              Yeah, I see McDonald's as an extreme opportunity to eat. smile
              1. Karlsonn
                Karlsonn 1 July 2013 23: 26 New
                +3
                Quote: Russ69
                Yeah, I see McDonald's as an extreme opportunity to eat.


                Kamrad take a test --- let the potatoes and sandwich cool and appreciate their gastronomic qualities.
                Homemade dumplings rule !!! Since this is not only a food product, but also a unifying process!
                1. Russ69
                  Russ69 1 July 2013 23: 50 New
                  +1
                  Comrade take a test --- let the potatoes and sandwich cool and appreciate their gastronomic qualities. Home-made dumplings rule !!! Since this is not only a food product, but also a unifying process!

                  100500
                  Cold fast food, this is a perversion ... smile
                  The mother-in-law, in her time, made noble dumplings, but her wife didn’t succeed ... request
                  1. Karlsonn
                    Karlsonn 1 July 2013 23: 58 New
                    +4
                    Quote: Russ69
                    The mother-in-law, in her time, made noble dumplings, but her wife didn’t succeed ...


                    Dumplings is a national idea!
                    We gather the whole family, bake the dough, take half the pork, a quarter of beef, a quarter of lamb, onions, garlic and everything for everyone, a rolling pin and a bunch of glasses necessarily! And the process will go by itself. good drinks hi


                    Quote: Russ69
                    Cold fast food, this is a perversion ...


                    whitewash and cold goes under vodka, do not spoil, but cold Macdonal potatoes - will not.
                    1. redwar6
                      redwar6 2 July 2013 02: 23 New
                      +2
                      I have fast food, both hot and cold, and warm, and anyone doesn’t go. This is disgusting.
              2. Revolver
                Revolver 1 July 2013 23: 41 New
                +1
                Quote: Russ69
                I consider McDonald's as an extreme opportunity to eat

                I don’t advise, unless unless you are eager to get a full set of gastrointestinal and cardiovascular sores.
                1. Karlsonn
                  Karlsonn 2 July 2013 00: 01 New
                  +1
                  Quote: Nagan
                  I do not advise


                  Buckwheat porridge with boiled chicken + fresh vegetable salad --- this is the secret of powerful muscle and good mood!

                  1. redwar6
                    redwar6 2 July 2013 02: 23 New
                    +1
                    I agree! Salad is generally a cool thing!
                  2. Revolver
                    Revolver 2 July 2013 02: 43 New
                    +1
                    Quote: Karlsonn
                    Buckwheat porridge with boiled chicken + fresh vegetable salad --- this is the secret of powerful muscle and good mood!

                    Nice choice. I would also add to the salad a loaf of bread, but only real black, made from whole-wheat rye flour. And that “black” bread that is made from wheat flour with the addition of flavorings and colorings is empty calories and disgusting how you chew cotton.
    3. vlad767
      vlad767 1 July 2013 16: 13 New
      +6
      The observer announces the nuclear arsenal as a modern analogue of medieval city fortifications.
      Is not a fact. There, Pakistan has nuclear weapons, but only the Yankov drones bomb it anyway. Therefore, it is necessary not only nuclear weapons, but also their delivery vehicles. Otherwise, they are worthless.
      Mursi gave two days.
      It will not reach him until they are upturned on a lamppost.
      In the genre of the holocaust
      So what? The story that draws: as turned, so it happened.
      The British Prime Minister was outraged by the "waste" of European money.
      Well, then he doesn’t need to look at coloring books, but at much higher expenses in other areas. The costs of coloring compared to them are not even a bug, but a microorganism.
      Protesters demanded that Russian Deputy Prime Minister be declared persona non grata in Of Moldova - because he "is an enemy romanian of the people. "
      Already only for these words they can be planted to undermine the independence of the state.
      Bradley Manning nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.
      Nice try, but ... not a ride. The Nobel Prize has long been issued by the State Department.
      "Allies do not follow each other"
      For the allies, yes, and for the vassals ...
      1. sergey261180
        sergey261180 1 July 2013 20: 29 New
        +3
        Therefore, it is necessary not only nuclear weapons, but also their delivery vehicles. Otherwise, they are worthless.
        I would add a guide not to the readers who click on the button.
  2. Vladimirets
    Vladimirets 1 July 2013 12: 36 New
    +5
    "Hacked Pachinho's mail. Unknown persons got access to the correspondence of the founder of the Wikilix portal Julian Assange and the Foreign Minister of Ecuador Ricardo Patinho."

    Something tells me that "these unknown persons" are subordinate to well-known persons on Capitol Hill.

    "The Cold War between the US and the EU?" The Allies are not following each other, "she emphasized."

    And who are the allies there? what The owner simply watched how the vassals think and work.

    "The article" Russia after Putin: a vague future "(" Stratfor ", USA; source of translation -" InoSMI ") talks about what will happen to Russia after Politburo 2.0."

    Well, yes, it’s foggy, I just want to hope that everything is very clear in the states: you kirdyk guys.
    1. Scoun
      Scoun 1 July 2013 14: 24 New
      +2
      Quote: Vladimirets
      And who are the allies there?

      To the question of the Allies ......
      Former Minister of Defense Anatoly Gritsenko, now MP,. Therefore, I am convinced that the Verkhovna Rada will not allow a reduction in the size of the army in the current conditions. Moreover, we have no allies.

      Ukrainian former Minister of Defense pleased .. Grit, Ukraine has no allies ... I wonder how this could happen? if Ukrainian IEDs are a branch of the CIA.
      Well, of course, I was pleased with Snowden .. oh, and he sowed a breeze ... I wonder if a flame will flare up from a spark?
      Cold war between US and EU? The NSA listened to 38 foreign embassies and diplomatic missions, including the embassies of its NATO allies in France and Italy, writes The Guardian with reference to a document at the disposal of journalists.

      According to RIA Novosti, the document was provided to the publication by Edward Snowden.
      1. JonnyT
        JonnyT 1 July 2013 16: 18 New
        +4
        TSRUshniki hand out awards to Ukrainians ... interesting photo however
        1. official
          official 1 July 2013 21: 17 New
          +3
          These are not rewards. This is the US ambassador giving diplomas to graduates of the Academy of Security Service of Ukraine. It was a complete f ... c, when we found out ... All thanks to then-President Yushchenko belay
  3. BARKAS
    BARKAS 1 July 2013 12: 46 New
    0
    Simon & Schuster editorial director Mike Jones makes excuses: “We publish a fairly wide range of different popular science literature. For what we bought a book, for that we sell it. Most of all, we do not want to publish literature of dubious content. We are grateful for the information and we will talk with the author and his agent. "

    Lying in memoirs and inventing tales there seems like a national trait, as in Europe, in America, the soldier alone stopped his whole army with his bare hands and now this is it.
  4. fenix57
    fenix57 1 July 2013 12: 50 New
    +6
    +++. Hmm, not calm in the world, and some fell into childhood ...
    Cameron didn’t like the coloring book.- I painted it wrong and showed it to my colleagues ...
    A Cold War between the US and the EU?- The “girls” quarreled.
    Stratfor knows the Russian future.- Salon of predictions, order the future, -the prices are moderate.
    About Snowden“It just amazes me that we don’t understand Putin’s intentions,” Graham added. “He's trying to recreate the pose and image of the Soviet Union.”- That's about the pose in vain, he spoke out, amers now in the pose of a crustacean ...
  5. cezarb95
    cezarb95 1 July 2013 12: 53 New
    +2
    Has the friendship of the Europeans and Americans come to an end?
    1. aviator_IAS
      aviator_IAS 1 July 2013 14: 13 New
      +2
      Quote: cezarb95
      Has the friendship of the Europeans and Americans come to an end?


      And was she? Europe did not even hope for friendship. Always creeped under the client, and now something squirmed.
      1. Day 11
        Day 11 1 July 2013 14: 34 New
        +3
        Friendship came from Kerdyk when introduced EURO
      2. matross
        matross 1 July 2013 16: 05 New
        +2
        Quote: aviator_IAS
        Europe did not even hope for friendship. Always creeped under the client

        Well, it’s you who have exaggerated. Just quite an old woman in whores recorded laughing And surviving from the mind. I believe that in Europe there are still quite pragmatic politicians. True, they are not all in the lead. Marine Le Pen, for example ...
  6. WIN969
    WIN969 1 July 2013 13: 02 New
    +2
    In the article “Russia after Putin: a vague future”
    ________________________________________________________________________________


    And I know the American future. Putin will leave when there is no country like the USA on the map, one might say with a sense of accomplishment.
    Just the United States is thinking about someone else's future, because they themselves do not have this future.
  7. Manager
    Manager 1 July 2013 13: 05 New
    +4
    Regarding the EU and the USA, this is a 100% distraction maneuver from something grandiose. These countries depend on each other and mainly on the United States so that there simply is no point in diverging! So we are waiting for the finale.

    On the Occasion of Iran .... For example, for a long time I did not mind that they would have a nuclear stick. At least the Middle East will calm down a bit and cool. But Israel has nothing to fear. They themselves spoke of the obstruction of missiles through their Iron Dome.
    1. HAIFISCH
      HAIFISCH 1 July 2013 13: 19 New
      +1
      Good day, nonsense everything about the dome, everything through it will pass if desired ..
      According to the Lebanese television channel Al-Manar, the Israeli Iron Dome missile defense system failed to intercept at least two missiles launched in the Israeli resort of Eilat on Wednesday from the Sinai Peninsula.
      According to Israeli military sources, the recently deployed system near Eilat failed to intercept missiles. Both rockets exploded in open space, no casualties reported.
      According to a police spokesman, Eilat Airport was also temporarily closed.
      Egypt denies that rockets were launched from its territory, while the military promised to investigate the incident.
      Later, the Salafi group, the Majles Shura al-Mujaheddin, claimed responsibility for the attack, without informing which state the rockets were launched from.
      1. igor67
        igor67 1 July 2013 13: 45 New
        +5
        Quote: HAIFISCH
        Good day, nonsense everything about the dome, everything through it will pass if desired ..
        According to the Lebanese television channel Al-Manar, the Israeli Iron Dome missile defense system failed to intercept at least two missiles launched in the Israeli resort of Eilat on Wednesday from the Sinai Peninsula.
        According to Israeli military sources, the recently deployed system near Eilat failed to intercept missiles. Both rockets exploded in open space, no casualties reported.
        According to a police spokesman, Eilat Airport was also temporarily closed.
        Egypt denies that rockets were launched from its territory, while the military promised to investigate the incident.
        Later, the Salafi group, the Majles Shura al-Mujaheddin, claimed responsibility for the attack, without informing which state the rockets were launched from.

        Does the iron dome intercept only those missiles that can lead to casualties, if the missile falls into open space, to shoot it in a fig? Think logically, this topic has already been chewed here on the site many times.
        1. GHG
          GHG 1 July 2013 15: 14 New
          +5
          As I understand it, if you calculate the moment the rocket intercepts the LCD city or Kassama, then you can avoid defeating them by correcting the flight path in a given section of the atmosphere. I think the cost of remaking the rocket will not be very large. as I understand it, they don’t need it, they’ll shoot one fig at the squares. But then the LCD will lose its face, and we’ll call it “foil umbrella”.
        2. Fetel
          Fetel 1 July 2013 15: 42 New
          +2
          Estimate what will happen, if more precisely, WHEN - Hamas will learn to do maneuvering missiles? After all, then not one or two, as it is now, but at least three or four anti-missiles will go to intercept the projectile!
          1. Day 11
            Day 11 1 July 2013 15: 55 New
            +3
            But who will teach them? That's the question! Plus for trolling
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    2. m262
      m262 1 July 2013 23: 58 New
      0
      Stunned, America has been building a missile defense system for 20 years in the Union. They built about the same amount of Moscow’s cover system, and here bang bang in Israel an "invincible iron dome" - when to wait for the Death Star ???
      1. GHG
        GHG 2 July 2013 13: 15 New
        0
        The iron dome is not a component of missile defense and air defense in any case. It is designed to intercept RSov. For Messerschmitt 262: RS is a missile.

        In general, the situation with the LCD is somehow anecdotal, they created this system, the question is why? In my opinion, Israel itself is quietly sponsoring Hamas. The scheme is the same as Alkaida and the Pentagon. laughing The LCD was created in order to calm and at the same time to pocket in the pocket of an average Jewish taxpayer, and, incidentally, the American one too.
        We look at the situation from the side, the effectiveness of missile attacks on the one hand has always been terribly unsatisfactory, with the creation of the LCD remained at the same level, i.e. no. But at the same time, the efficiency of the LCD has risen to as much as 90%. And what is really happening? Israel is systematically squeezing out and expelling the Palestinians (from recent operations it is Cast Lead and Cloud Pillar).
        On Assad, they are pressing for Syria to abandon claims to the Golan Heights.
  8. Sergey13
    Sergey13 1 July 2013 13: 07 New
    +3
    "The article" Russia after Putin: a vague future "(" Stratfor ", USA; source of translation -" InoSMI ") talks about what will happen to Russia after Politburo 2.0."
    Once the GDP has already set the receiver, the result is seen, what will be the next?
    1. Yazov
      Yazov 1 July 2013 17: 22 New
      +4
      But you don’t have to go far. It's about what the next one will be. There are living and dead examples. Andropov, two shadows after him, Gorbachev (!!!!!), Yeltsin ... They did it, and our grandchildren should not be weighed ..
    2. KazaK Bo
      KazaK Bo 1 July 2013 18: 56 New
      +2
      Quote: Sergey13
      Once the GDP has already set the receiver, the result is seen, what will be the next?

      And what does it all depend on GDP? He only voiced the purpose ... in this case then ... in 2008 ... (now the GDP is different, more independent) and financial and industrial groups were appointed, those who have money. FIGs paid for everything ... But you know, who pays the money, he dances the client. So the business community also wished the future “lord of time and tweeter” ... but another, a colleague of the GDP on past youth affairs, was preparing ...
      Now there is no longer the former influence of the FIGs ... for who is farther away ... who has rested in the Bose ... who is forced to "rest" after incredibly difficult labors ... Now, often, the GDP is already based on those FIGs that were formed at
      its direct support ... and this means that the GDP has gained solid support .... which provides it with a certain independence ... including the choice of receiver.
  9. avt
    avt 1 July 2013 13: 09 New
    +4
    ,, "Like Stalin, Leonid Brezhnev prepared Mikhail Gorbachev and Boris Yeltsin to become his successors during the generational change that occurred after the short reign of Yuri Andropov and Konstantin Chernenko. "___________ And they still received money for this analiz ???? request Well, straight ,, battle of psychics "for suckers.
  10. JonnyT
    JonnyT 1 July 2013 13: 09 New
    +2
    A media pulse will follow and manipulate hamsters! Well, it’s gratifying, we’ll stay away from all kinds of “fleas in Sweaters”

    Obama is cool, he’s not going to raise fighters, he’s reassured wassat
    I look forward to the fruits of the work of American senators, let them quickly drop their masks! They are not friends to us and not even comrades. Something Makeni does not amuse, the old man poses ....
    Their acts and packages of measures help in the fight against corruption)))

    Cold war between US and EU? What is it like? Yes, the EU knew perfectly well who is in charge of the situation and who is “godfather” in their code, now they are screaming for decency, so as not to lose face in front of voters, but it is already lost .....

    I wonder how Ukraine will maintain its contract army? Send to shabashok at the call of NATO? Or crush demonstrators opposing the government?
  11. HAIFISCH
    HAIFISCH 1 July 2013 13: 11 New
    +1
    Mursi gave two days. Mubarak? no, not heard, Mursi? no, not heard laughing
    Bloody day Undermining like good morning crying
    In the genre of the Holocaust.Another brainwashing, they print garbage, then they say they say, and then they fucked bought. although it’s not only they have such a problem.
    The new member of the European Union. [Wait and see how it ends.
    Bulgarians demand the resignation of the Cabinet. And who doesn’t demand now, nahu .. they turned it over, now I think what to do.
    Burnt portrait of “enemy of the Romanian people” , as they had already tired, they had little at one time.
    Bradley Manning nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. Nominated for an electric chair, and a peace prize will not help.
    A Cold War between the US and the EU? For the Cold War, you need to be at least equal to the enemy, and this is so, a storm in a glass, how can the EU really answer the United States?
    About Snowden. It seems that the comrade turned out to be unnecessary to anyone, and there aren’t so many places where he could go, because for Amers it’s now a matter of honor to pinch him, for he stole it unmeasuredly, trampled upon, so to speak, uncouth.
    1. KazaK Bo
      KazaK Bo 1 July 2013 18: 01 New
      +1
      Quote: HAIFISCH
      About Snowden. It feels like a friend was unnecessary to anyone

      Oh, how you need !!! But you can’t say so right away - THIS IS OUR COW AND WE, ONLY WE WILL BE DRILLING IT! It’s not accepted on the diplomatic front ... It’s necessary to wake up a bit ... to show that we don’t have anything to do with it, that we “don’t like screaming when we cut the piglet" ... and then, as an exception, when other countries do not help or they want, but suddenly they can’t ... commit an act of mercy, and then, only on the recommendation of the famous fighter for pro-Western human rights FEDOTOV (listen to his interview on TV), get involved in deciding the fate of this specialist on compromising ...
    2. KazaK Bo
      KazaK Bo 1 July 2013 18: 02 New
      0
      Quote: HAIFISCH
      About Snowden. It feels like a friend was unnecessary to anyone

      Oh, how you need !!! But you can’t say so right away - THIS IS OUR COW AND WE, ONLY WE WILL BE DRILLING IT! It’s not accepted on the diplomatic front ... It’s necessary to wake up a bit ... to show that we don’t have anything to do with it, that we “don’t like screaming when we cut the piglet" ... and then, as an exception, when other countries do not help or they want, but suddenly they can’t ... commit an act of mercy, and then, only on the recommendation of the famous fighter for pro-Western human rights FEDOTOV (listen to his interview on TV), get involved in deciding the fate of this specialist on compromising ...
  12. Alexey M
    Alexey M 1 July 2013 13: 14 New
    +1
    Let’s persuade Putin right away for three terms. I’m afraid if we don’t see such funny news. And so life seems to be getting better Syria seems to be winning, Europe is turning away from amers, people in Europe are going crazy.
    1. Vadivak
      Vadivak 1 July 2013 16: 43 New
      +3
      Quote: Alexey M
      Let’s persuade Putin right away for three terms.


      Repetition mother learning.

      The President of the Russian Federation (he is now 61) is elected for a term of six years, that is, three terms is 18 years. The same amount of power was dear Leonid Ilyich who died on the year 75 .... honestly, with good intentions, I do not want anyone to be in the situation that Brezhnev was in.
      1. sergey261180
        sergey261180 1 July 2013 20: 35 New
        0
        honestly, with good intentions, I do not wish anyone to be in the situation that Brezhnev was in.
        C'mon, now Botox has become much better done, until 100 years old as a cucumber will be. No, if of course there is cheap rubbish like Yushchenko to stab, then of course it won’t last long.
  13. homosum20
    homosum20 1 July 2013 13: 15 New
    +2
    Again amers scare us with sanctions (because of Snowden). Che is not scary. As people cannot understand, that they can only be frightened by the Kremlin, people from amers still have nothing. And the Kremlin has nowhere to retreat - people can fuck it, they’ve gone too far (nanochubais, a furniture maker with a woman’s battalion, education reform, reform of the Russian Academy of Sciences, etc., etc. - they got it already, the lamheuzes).
    1. KazaK Bo
      KazaK Bo 1 July 2013 17: 48 New
      +2
      Quote: homosum20
      Again amers scare us with sanctions (because of Snowden). Che is not scary.

      That's for sure! They scared the woman ... They can really scare a dozen other oligarchs who took out the money for the "hill" ... and even KUDRINA, who sent our "cream" from the sale of oil for US bonds with a yield of ... up to 2% ... and the rest has nothing to lose!
  14. fenix57
    fenix57 1 July 2013 13: 19 New
    0
    "... Barack Obama tried to pretend that the extradition of Snowden interests America less than you might think .."- from authoritative sources it became known that he was not up to it now, they thought about the proposal from the Russian leadership ... laughing Exclusive photo:
  15. Lech from ZATULINKI
    Lech from ZATULINKI 1 July 2013 13: 27 New
    0
    Hacked Patigno mail. Unknown persons gained access to the correspondence of the founder of the Wikilix portal, Julian Assange, and the Foreign Minister of Ecuador, Ricardo Patinho. The minister announced this on his Twitter page,


    Call your comrades from the NSA in the USA - hehe heh, everyone knows the LION SHARE of hacking in foreign computers is carried out by their HACKERS.
    1. KazaK Bo
      KazaK Bo 1 July 2013 17: 42 New
      0
      Quote: Lech from ZATULINKI
      Call your comrades from the NSA in the USA - hehe heh, everyone knows the LION SHARE of hacking in foreign computers is carried out by their HACKERS.

      .. again, not a fact ... the best hackers and crackers are Russian and Chinese ... why ... I don’t know. Even the Americans have acknowledged this ... after all, 7 out of the 10 most wanted crackers are Russians!
  16. IRBIS
    IRBIS 1 July 2013 13: 30 New
    +6
    "In his opinion, any state should voluntarily transfer a former CIA officer into the hands of American justice out of respect for the law."
    Interesting thoughts. Respect for which law? And did the USA give out at least one of “our” defectors? They are still preparing some kind of “package” for them, with threats. Very white, very hot ....
  17. morpogr
    morpogr 1 July 2013 13: 44 New
    +1
    In all the news, the hand of the State Department they will soon tear on the news it is already visible.
  18. lewerlin53rus
    lewerlin53rus 1 July 2013 13: 50 New
    +6
    He is trying to recreate the posture and image of the Soviet Union. ”

    I don’t see anything wrong with this. A powerful, self-sufficient state, without communist suitors such as bellicose atheism, a ban on private property and some other points. If someone wants to see Russia at the level of banana republics, he may be deeply disappointed. Not immediately, but it will be. And not a stupid copy, but a country that has absorbed all the best, taking into account all the mistakes and miscalculations. It’s difficult, but possible.
  19. KG_patriot_last
    KG_patriot_last 1 July 2013 13: 53 New
    +3
    I read all this and I had only one thought in my head: why have there been no more terrorist attacks like 11-September for almost 12 years? Why, for example, they don’t crash into England, or say the same France or, at worst, Eastern Iraq or India, not frightened by this? So no one can crank up such an operation, not that level ... so where did the 3 aircraft in the USA come from right away?

    To protect Snowden and Assange like the apple of an eye, and then another one will appear who will tell the whole truth! After all, it was after this that the war against terrorism began and the United States began to listen to everyone and everything, even the Americans themselves (as Assange and Snowden talk about) ...
  20. Furnace driver
    Furnace driver 1 July 2013 13: 54 New
    +1
    We are at a loss, we will add from ourselves what Comrade Brezhnev could have taught Boris Yeltsin, whom, according to the text of the article, he “prepared” as general secretary. It seems that the main goal of American authors is not even pointing fog at the brains of the world community, but preserving fog in their own brains.
    as wrapped, + for it
    1. Mart
      1 July 2013 15: 11 New
      +1
      Quote: Oven Driver
      as wrapped, + for it

      Thanks and plus. smile
  21. cyberspace
    cyberspace 1 July 2013 14: 01 New
    +5
    Burnt portrait of “enemy of the Romanian people”
    And How? Did it help? Interesting. what set of portraits should be burned in order to get up and be surprised in the morning - roads without holes, corrupt officials in prison, all the equipment in the army is new ...
    telecommunications companies secretly supplied the NSA with data on American calls, while the NSA itself intercepted emails
    It seems that Orwell did not write a utopia, but an instruction.
    We are studying the available leverage, ”Republican Senator Lindsay Graham told the publication.
    A very effective lever of influence on modern Russia from the USA is the appeal to the Western Wall in Jerusalem.
    proposal to reduce UK annual compensation payments from the EU by £ 300 million
    The freebie ends.
  22. MG42
    MG42 1 July 2013 14: 03 New
    +4
    The scandal is gaining momentum >>>
    According to the materials that Edward Snowden handed over to the German publication Spiegel, the US intelligence agencies monitored not only the telephone and Internet communications of EU citizens, but also spied on officials.

    For more than five years, wiretapping has been conducted at the official residence of the Council of the European Union in Brussels. Namely, there are summit meetings. In addition, the National Security Agency installed bugs in EU missions in Washington and New York and gained access to electronic correspondence of employees and official documents. The head of the European Parliament has already demanded explanations from Washington.
  23. MG42
    MG42 1 July 2013 14: 06 New
    +4
    Influential European newspapers published materials over the weekend that claimed that American intelligence agencies were listening to embassies of various countries in New York and Washington. The flock was based on secret documents provided by former US intelligence officer Edward Snowden.
    1. Day 11
      Day 11 1 July 2013 14: 37 New
      +1
      Khan for peace and tranquility on planet Earth
      1. MG42
        MG42 1 July 2013 14: 49 New
        +2
        Do not dramatize, between the EU and the United States so far only the <black cat> ran .. wink
  24. AIR-ZNAK
    AIR-ZNAK 1 July 2013 14: 06 New
    0
    Yes, everyone (who needs to know this by job) already knew what the former NSA agent was trying to voice. And everyone else guessed. A simple citizen doesn’t give a damn what and where under wiretap / peeping, and who is better, ** they filter the bazaar ** and use secure communication channels. Listen / peep was, is, and will always be in any country. The question is, who is in power and what command the ruler will give to special services. As a total surveillance of his own citizens, one can give an example of the USSR 1936-38. Those who use the operating system of national production and the same search engine are less subject to control by the Big American brother, Fact. And the facts are stubborn things.
  25. Hug
    Hug 1 July 2013 14: 17 New
    +1
    Peter Popham's Independent wrote an article under the catchy headline: “Let Iran Peacefully Complete the Bomb.”
    The essence of the article: Iranian nuclear bomb as a symbol of peace.



    I hope that not all of humanity suffers from sclerosis. Arthur Neville Chamberlain, British Prime Minister 1937-1940, supporter of a policy of appeasement of the aggressor. In 1938 he signed the Munich Agreement with Hitler, Mussolini and Daladier. Returning to London, Chamberlain presented to the public at the airport the signed agreement with the words: "I brought you peace." The very next year, it became clear that the policy of appeasement did not bring Europe peace: the Second World War began.

    And what has this war brought to our people and to all humanity? You can’t step on the rake again and pacify the cannibals
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 1 July 2013 14: 21 New
      +1
      Quote: Kram
      You can’t step on the rake again and pacify the cannibals

      Offer to destroy the United States, I do not see other aggressors.
  26. vladimir VR
    vladimir VR 1 July 2013 14: 33 New
    +4
    With Syria to be consistent to the end, do not give Snowden, ignore the Moldovans with the Romanians, judge storytellers about the CF and WWII, Europe and the US do not interfere with decomposition and go crazy. Russia, go ahead!
  27. StrateG
    StrateG 1 July 2013 14: 40 New
    0
    NSA listened to 38 foreign embassies and diplomatic missions, including the embassies of its NATO allies


    The Americans are beginning to fear their own. They do not trust - from this they begin to look after the "Friends".
    1. MG42
      MG42 1 July 2013 14: 47 New
      +2
      Why emphasis is placed on the word <begin to> ???, the United States has been doing this for a long time, since the <counter-terrorism> program started, they only deny that they did not listen inside the United States, but this is not so, there were wiretaps and there was a scandal when they listened to their journalists ..

      The Associated Press news agency accused US authorities of illegally wiretapping their journalists. The complaint filed by the agency with the US Attorney General said the wiretapping was conducted by the Department of Justice, which is a "massive and unprecedented interference" in the media's collection of information.

      more details here >>>
      http://www.dni.ru/society/2013/5/14/252668.html
  28. igordok
    igordok 1 July 2013 15: 02 New
    +2
    At the Bregan checkpoint between Croatia and Slovenia the sign “Customs Administration of the Republic of Croatia” has been removed

    ... and the invitation "Welcome aboard the Titanic."

    Corrie's tale is not an isolated case. In the publishing industry, the “memoirs” about the Holocaust are growing. The author of the article is ready to put such publications on the shelf with fiction.


    Oh, these storytellers. (m / f "Last year's snow fell")

    showed the leaders of other countries the book "Mr and Mrs MEP"


    Wrong. Are there two sexes in Europe? Not tolerant.
  29. papss
    papss 1 July 2013 15: 02 New
    +1
    U.S. analyst quote
    Like Stalin, Leonid Brezhnev prepared Mikhail Gorbachev and Boris Yeltsin to become his successors
    , causes just laughter ... Whom Brezhnev was preparing, and Stalin, all the more, was replaced by complete fog, since both the first and the second mysteriously-hastily passed away ... but certainly not Khrushchev and Gorbachev ... the latter for sure US analysts prepared and led ... as for Putin, he has time ... to do a lot and, without making mistakes, transfer power ...
  30. Check
    Check 1 July 2013 15: 40 New
    +3
    A Cold War between the US and the EU?
    eh, now there’s still something to pour the thread into this bonfire, it’s also burned that the thread goes out of the US to the EU.
  31. fenix57
    fenix57 1 July 2013 15: 42 New
    +3
    Quote: MG42
    The head of the European Parliament has already demanded explanations from Washington.


    Japan, following the EU, demanded that the United States explain about the listening devices at the embassy. So the passions are heating up and the amer will be oh, how difficult it is to explain.
    1. KazaK Bo
      KazaK Bo 1 July 2013 17: 33 New
      +2
      Quote: fenix57
      passions are heating up and amer will be oh how difficult it is to explain.

      Is not a fact! Not the fact that they will have a hard time! Amers already answered that they will explain everything through diplomatic channels .... t. e. - behind closed doors! And there they will simply lay out all the incriminating evidence on this or that politician and quietly say: "Still have the desire to criticize us or are you satisfied and agree that we did it right?" And everyone unanimously nods their little heads: "We will no longer criticize you! Amera AKBAR!" After all, no one wants the voter to recognize the ins and outs of his politicians. After all, if they find out, then you have to say goodbye to politics ... But politics ... such a sweet word (and what a profitable one!).
  32. Fetel
    Fetel 1 July 2013 15: 44 New
    +1
    And why is everyone so worried about this bomb among Muslims? There, Pakistan has its own nuclear weapons - and nothing, until India and Israel bombed.
    1. Pimply
      Pimply 1 July 2013 16: 45 New
      0
      Well, then you do not follow the situation. There was a serious problem when it was revealed that Pakistan was transferring nuclear technology to all kinds of interesting regimes.
      1. KazaK Bo
        KazaK Bo 1 July 2013 18: 19 New
        0
        Quote: Pimply
        you do not follow the situation. There was a serious problem when it was revealed that Pakistan was transferring nuclear technology to all kinds of interesting regimes.

        Sorry, but I’ll make some clarification. It was not PAKISTAN that handed over ... but A. KHAN, the former leading specialist in the American nuclear program, and then the "father" of the Pakistani nuclear weapons simply and simply PRODAL ... for the same "green rubles" to "all kinds of interesting regimes" ( here you are right) nuclear bomb technology.
        I sold it. What has changed in the world? DPRK, IRAN continues to further develop this topic .... KADAFI, the kingdom of heaven, paid money ... began to create something, and then, under the pressure of sanctions for the bombing of an airliner over SCOTLAND, refused this ... There is no exact information only on Saudi Arabia ...
        So everything is relative ... in this mortal world.
  33. MG42
    MG42 1 July 2013 15: 49 New
    +2
    Quote: fenix57
    Japan, following the EU, demanded that the United States explain about the listening devices in the embassy

    About this in the 2nd video in my comment Today, 14:06 at 1.10 min.
    Quote: fenix57
    So the passions are heating up and the amer will be oh, how difficult it is to explain.

    In Japan, as in the EU, there are US bases >>> <dogs> bark = Uncle Sam’s caravan rides .., by the way yesterday there was infa that the Britons listened worse than Amers ..
  34. Check
    Check 1 July 2013 16: 39 New
    0
    "Russia's future after Putin is vague. The authors believe that" Moscow needs a unifying leader who will succeed Putin and will be able to maintain the unity of the country at all levels "
    I thought about it like that, and in truth, then what? while in politics Rogozin seems to be showing himself well, what do you think? although it’s too early to talk about it yet I think it's worth a closer look.
    1. Day 11
      Day 11 1 July 2013 16: 44 New
      +3
      And Ivanov seems to me! A serious man. A good leader will be (IMHO)
    2. KazaK Bo
      KazaK Bo 1 July 2013 17: 20 New
      +2
      Quote: Check
      although it's too early to talk about it

      But what if you take a closer look at Rogozin? This is NOT A TIME AND TWITTER. He is a patriot - a statesman ... a supporter of state capitalism ... already has serious support in the industrial and financial structures of the defense industry ... Finally ... he will be supported by the ARMY and Navy!
      Ivanov will not be missed by financial and industrial groups ... he was already preparing the GDP in his place, but ... the business community strongly opposed! And money ... they are money in Africa too! And today they have a special weight ....
  35. Russ69
    Russ69 1 July 2013 16: 47 New
    +2
    Quote: Den 11
    And Ivanov seems to me! A serious man. A good leader will be (IMHO)

    He is weak for the president, and special merits for him are not noticeable.
    1. Day 11
      Day 11 1 July 2013 16: 50 New
      0
      GB-Schnick should not once again “glow”
  36. Ivanovich47
    Ivanovich47 1 July 2013 17: 07 New
    0
    Quote: Peter Popham (“Independent”) wrote an article under the catchy headline: “Let Iran calmly finish the bomb.” Back in the second half of the 20 century, Margaret Thatcher said: Nuclear weapons are the guarantor of peace in Europe.
    Here are her words literally:“We believe that every country has the right to uphold its security. There is a proposal to reduce the number of nuclear weapons. We ourselves believe in nuclear deterrence. I will tell you why. Conventional armaments did not prevent two world wars during this century, and when we retained conventional armaments, we were fighting for who gets the first nuclear weapons, that is, Hitler or us. If he got this weapon, there would be horrific results. I think that there has never been a more significant deterrent than nuclear weapons. That is why we have had peace in Europe over the last 40 years, ”Thatcher said.
    And why is Iran not entitled to take the opportunity to have a deterrent?
  37. stroporez
    stroporez 1 July 2013 17: 16 New
    0
    enlighten the ignoramus !!!! who can, explain what the Nobel Committee seeks by awarding the peace prize to the cannibals !! ?????
  38. USNik
    USNik 1 July 2013 17: 34 New
    0
    And why is Iran not entitled to take the opportunity to have a deterrent?
    Because, for the Iranians, as for most Arabs, this will be a weapon of incontinence. Do you think that if Iran had a nuclear bomb during the war with Iraq, would it use it? So only peaceful atom, only electricity drinks
  39. individual
    individual 1 July 2013 17: 43 New
    0
    Cameron didn’t like the coloring book.

    British Prime Minister Cameron has criticized the new coloring book for children, Mr and Mrs MEP.
    At a meeting of European leaders in Brussels, Cameron said:
    "Wrong. Are there two sexes in Europe?"


    How does this lord live in a family with his wife Samantha?
    How does he bring up four of his children?
  40. individual
    individual 1 July 2013 17: 55 New
    +2
    The Ukrainian Army cannot provide housing for military personnel. In the queues for apartments today are tens of thousands of officers.

    We members of the forum considered the "cry of hopelessness" of retired homeless officers - abandoned for survival. On this topic:
    "Veteran of Ukrainian intelligence, Colonel Sergei Razumovsky announced his intention to deploy training camps in his country for volunteers wishing to participate in battles in Syria."
    It is painful and insulting for veterans.
    1. Day 11
      Day 11 1 July 2013 18: 00 New
      0
      It seems like this topic has already been discussed. This Razumovsky is a provocateur!
  41. pensioner
    pensioner 1 July 2013 18: 03 New
    0
    Oleg!! Thanks a lot!! Once again - low bow !! Wonderful review! I am a little behind life - did they put Chuvakin on Magnitsky’s list or not? Th not so - write ... Not in adequate ... For a good reason ...
  42. individual
    individual 1 July 2013 18: 05 New
    0
    The portrait of the “enemy of the Romanian people” was burned. In Chisinau, local unionists, supporters of the association Moldova with Romania, burned a portrait of the special representative of the president of Russia

    I suggest Dmitry Olegovich also with a peaceful initiative to "plant" a pair of poplars, one in Chisinau, the other in Bucharest.
    1. sergey261180
      sergey261180 1 July 2013 20: 45 New
      +1
      I suggest Dmitry Olegovich also with a peaceful initiative to "plant" a pair of poplars, one in Chisinau, the other in Bucharest.
      Poplars, Iskander. You still enter tanks there! Do not think farsightedly. We must respond asymmetrically.
      1. We prohibit the entry of Moldavian Gaster for 1 year, deporting them to Moldova.
      2. We open a reception center for donor agencies of national liberals, representatives of the Actiunea2012 platform and the New Right movement. Hungry Moldovans themselves will catch all these Natsik and surrender them to their organs. We resell organs to Israel, we receive the income. A mustache.
      1. Firstvanguard
        Firstvanguard 2 July 2013 10: 22 New
        0
        Ы laughing + for creativity
  43. KazaK Bo
    KazaK Bo 1 July 2013 18: 28 New
    0
    Speak burned ...! Oh, and the separatists in Moldova are fussing! It remains only to analytically speculate this fact. So, we begin to think - if they burned, then they don’t love ... If they don’t love, they are afraid! If they are afraid ... then they respect! If the separatists respect you, it means - THE CORRECT ROAD IS GOING, Dmitry Olegovich! Then you and I!
    1. Day 11
      Day 11 1 July 2013 18: 34 New
      0
      How many Moldovans (or Romanians?) Are you wiping at the construction sites of vast Russia?
    2. dustycat
      dustycat 1 July 2013 19: 22 New
      0
      What separatists ?! Unists. Supporters of the entry of Moldova into Romania.
      And Romania distributed its passports to everyone in a row who lived on the territory of Moldova.
      Only these passports were not recognized by the European Union and Romania was not accepted into the Schengen Agreement. And after that, there were very few people who wanted to get their passports. Even in Ukraine. And then there is the crisis, and in general Romania ceased to pay pennies to the Unists for their work ..
      Here are unists and attract attention. Hotstsa money.
  44. dustycat
    dustycat 1 July 2013 19: 10 New
    0
    Haarosh review.

    Only the last paragraph is lame.
    The successor that Stalin was preparing for himself was Lavrenty Beria.
    It is possible that Stalin was still poisoned by the head of his guard, who was just a protege of Khrushchev.
    Khrushchev was used in the dark by the Anglo-Saxon agents in the government, who first put forward Brezhnev, and then Gorbachev and Yeltsin. And only then the nominee agent and, concurrently, the interim acting made a feint with his ears.
    However, it is not a fact that his agent game was a success.
    The puppet resident is sitting in a deep disguise.
  45. knn54
    knn54 1 July 2013 20: 10 New
    +3
    - Words and deeds.
    What could be a truce with bandits and deserters ???
    - "He exemplarily served his homeland ..."
    Cartwright checks are needed to conceal the MAIN THING - the USA REGULARLY violates democratic principles and intends to do so in the future.
    - About Snowden.
    ALL Europe is indignant at his information, but no one even said thank you, not to mention the provision of protection !!!
    - The Cold War between the US and the EU?
    What would be the war between accomplices?
    And US Secretary of State John Kerry does not see anything shameful in obtaining information through listening.
    -American mistake.
    Well, Americans like separatists and nationalists ... in other countries.
    -Mursi gave two days.
    The fruits of the revolution in Egypt took advantage of the "Muslim brothers." Mursi - "the ball did not pass."

    Ukrainian Armed Forces: Contract Principle.
    Again, vague doubts torment me ... how would I not at all be left without an army.
    - The portrait of the “enemy of the Romanian people” was burnt.
    “You never know which side glory will fall on you.” Dmitry Rogozin !!!
    -Bradley Manning nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.
    Rather, Obama will be given a second.
    -Bulgars demand the resignation of the Cabinet.
    You might think that others are better ...
    -New member of the European Union.
    After Croatia joins the European Union in 2013, the EU’s doors will be closed to new members for a LONG period of time. You can breathe a sigh of relief.
    - “Stratfor” knows the Russian future.
    - “Like Stalin, Leonid Brezhnev prepared Mikhail Gorbachev and Boris Yeltsin ...
    Complete nonsense. LIB, after he called Shcherbitsky his successor, died a week later.
    And he considered MSG a "gray nonentity." Connoisseurs ...
  46. Obliterator
    Obliterator 1 July 2013 20: 45 New
    0
    Stratfor knows the Russian future. In the article “Russia after Putin: a vague future”
    Very likely actually. In fact, there are enough examples of such in history, and the example of the leaders of the USSR is far from the only one when the receivers ruined and squandered the inheritance of a powerful sovereign.
  47. StrateG
    StrateG 1 July 2013 21: 03 New
    0
    Quote: Obliterator
    Stratfor knows the Russian future. In the article “Russia after Putin: a vague future”
    Very likely actually. In fact, there are enough examples of such in history, and the example of the leaders of the USSR is far from the only one when the receivers ruined and squandered the inheritance of a powerful sovereign.


    As far as I remember the story, and the leaders of Russia themselves, then on average one good ruler accounted for 2-3 bad ones. Generally speaking, there is a risk that “Radish” will appear after Putin. However, there is a possibility that it will not appear, since in addition to Putin there are people close to him in the government like Shoigu, Rogozin, Lavrov or Onishchenko)
  48. I.G.O.R.
    I.G.O.R. 1 July 2013 21: 19 New
    0
    Europe is independent and an ally of the states? Do not tell! They are occupied after the 2nd World War and they have profitable OSHA!
    Stros-Kanna forgotten. Think. One of the brightest examples!
  49. kosmos84
    kosmos84 1 July 2013 21: 19 New
    +2
    http://politikus.ru/events/5087-konstantin-milhen-pederast-kotoryy-oskvernil-vec
    hnyy-ogon-v-tolyatti-poluchil-po-zaslugam.html
  50. pav-pon1972
    pav-pon1972 1 July 2013 23: 22 New
    +2
    What can I say for the article ...

    In general, GDP did a minimum task, Snowden quarreled Europe and the States, World 24 enters the official channel mode, Gaza supply countries gathered in Moscow ... And the Secretary of State is trying to make happiness in Kazakhstan ... And in Syria, I think there will be Peace and Peace in six months ...