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Geopolitical mosaic: Syrian opposition decided to participate in the “Geneva-2”, and John Kerry explained to the world community that Americans are not blind and not stupid

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In Syria, a truce. - News on Monday night. - Under full control. - A letter to the Syrian. - Execution of the deputy. - Christian as a "Muslim brother." “Snowden as an al-Qaida agent.” - Murder in Tehran. - What Iran has agreed with the "six". - They are not stupid and not blind. - Barack Obama as an irritant of Israel. - Does America decide? - Pogrom in Riyadh. - Shattering Libya. - Greece: opposition fiasco. - Romania: “King, come back!” - Question of “same-sex” in Croatia. - Lithuanian authorities have taken on journalists. - Dialogue in the APR. - Russia and Vietnam. - We watched TV. - Arrests and wanderings of Mr. Polonsky. - What Navalny is far from. - Responsible for the "red lines".




In Syria, a truce. Government forces and opposition militants have agreed on a truce, the purpose of which is to provide food and basic necessities for the population of the Odesa-controlled settlement of Qudsaya near Damascus. This was reported by activists, reports Interfax.

Observers note that this is the first truce between the conflicting parties in a long time.

A truce was announced during the second day of the conference of the National Committee of the Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces (NCCROS), held in Istanbul and discussing the issue of participation in the “Geneva-2”.

News on Monday night. NXROS agreed to take part in the Geneva-2 peace conference on Syria. This was reported on Monday night Reuters, citing the decision of the participants in the Istanbul meeting, reports RIA News"

The adopted document contains a number of conditions that must be fulfilled before the start of the conference in Geneva. Details are not given yet.

Earlier, the leader of NKSROS, Ahmed Jarba, adds RIA “Novosti”, stated that the opposition of Syria does not intend to participate in the conference if the Iranian delegation is present, and if the time frame for the departure of the regime of Syria’s president is not determined.

The condition for the participation of the opposition in the “Geneva-2” was the presence at the conference of the representatives of the military wing of the opposition, as well as the written statement of Russia about its position on the Syrian issue.

Under full control. Syrian government troops destroyed at least ninety rebels during the fighting near Aleppo International Airport. As reported by Al-Khabar, the highway to Aleppo Airport is under the complete control of the Syrian army. He writes about it correspondent ITAR-TASS Dmitry Zelenin.

The operation involving helicopters and artillery batteries was aimed at knocking out fighters from the 80th brigade base they had captured, from where they constantly threatened the airport. Aviation communication with Aleppo was interrupted for several months. Now measures are being taken to resume the operation of the airport.

According to the newspaper Al-Vatan, government forces freed the strategic heights of Tell-Arn to the south of Aleppo. Restored control of one of the air defense bases captured by the rebels.

In Aleppo, the municipal authorities are making efforts to resume the supply of electricity to the city after the outage on Thursday as a result of a rocket attack on a heat station in Sbein. Now the light has begun to flow to hospitals and bakeries. It was also possible to restore the water supply of residential areas.

Syrian letter В your blog El Murid published a letter from a Syrian. We give it completely:

“In connection with the blockade of Syria and the sanctions against its economy by the West, the United States and most Arab countries, our country is in a difficult position.

Our state has signed contracts for the supply of fruits and vegetables to Russia, and these contracts involve the exchange of goods, that is, Russia will pay for its fruit with its own goods - milk formulas, medicines and other important goods necessary for the survival of the population of the whole state.

In November, deliveries of citrus fruits to Russia should start, which we have a lot of.

Therefore, I want to appeal to everyone: buying tangerines, oranges, please take Syrian ones.

Please support the Syrian people, children, farmers.

Buying Syrian fruits, you do not support any side of the conflict, but only give hope to the Syrian people for the future, which they are trying to take away from them.

I appeal to you again. Syrian fruits are no worse than Turkish, Spanish, and maybe better, so when buying, please ask only them.

Further goods such as olives and olive oil will also be received.

And the last. Please spread this information so that a maximum of people can find out about it. Thanks in advance for your help.

P.S. This year Syria has a record citrus harvest. The 400-500 thousand tons will be exported. ”

The execution of the deputy. In Syria, insurgents executed MP Majhem al-Sahu, whom they kidnapped earlier this year. It is reported by "France-Presse" with reference to the "Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitor", reports "Lenta.ru".

Killed - Member of the Syrian Parliament from the province of Deir ez-Zor.

Who killed the parliamentarian is not specified. According to human rights activists, 50-year-old deputy was in the hands of representatives of one of the Islamist groups fighting against the Assad army.

It is reported that another MP is in the hands of the rebels - Mahanna Faisal al-Fayad. He was kidnapped in late October.

Christian as a "Muslim brother." The Syrian branch of the Muslim Brotherhood announced that it would soon announce the creation of a political party, one of whose leaders would be a Christian priest. This was reported recently by the Saudi newspaper "Ashark Al Avsat", reports "Lenta.ru".

The former leader of the Syrian branch of the Muslim Brotherhood, Ali Sadreddin Bayanuni, told the publication that the new organization would be called the “Party of the National Constitution and Freedom”, or “Vaad” (“promise”) for short. She will be headed by Mohamed Walid, a native of the Syrian province of Latakia. This man received a medical education in Damascus, and also studied in the UK. The Christian priest will be the deputy leader of the party. His name is not yet called.

The party, the creation of which will be announced on November 12, will consist by a third of the members of the Muslim Brotherhood movement, by a third by supporters of other Islamist organizations. It will include politicians with liberal and nationalistic views.

According to Ali Sadreddin Bayanuni, the party will be liberal and open to all segments of society, but based on the principles of Islam. The main goal of the new organization is the struggle for the “equality, justice, dignity and freedom” of the people of Syria, for the establishment of democratic principles of government in the country along with the Islamic model of society.

Snowden as an al-Qaida agent. The UK came up with the news: it turns out that the information disclosed by Snowden is being actively used by Al-Qaida militants and threatens counterterrorism operations. This was announced by the head of foreign intelligence of the United Kingdom, John Sawers, writes Andrei Kamenetsky ("But").

Interestingly, the experts did not analyze such an accusation in terms of authenticity. Earlier, Al-Qaida rebuked Hussein, Gaddafi and others: only the United States and the monarchies of the Arabian Peninsula that created it remained clean.

“Even more absurd is the accusation of Snowden for helping foreign terrorists in the light of the fact that the UK has been actively hosting citizens like Ahmed Zakayev and Doku Umarov for the last ten years. And she did it without hiding what she wanted to become a friendly territory for the militants, which they are not touched by gratitude.

So all commentators interpret the statement of Mr. Soers as an emergency PR patch and wonder what exactly the British special services are trying to drown out. ”


It seems to add on our own that this charge is aimed at initiating the next stage of the struggle against the free press publishing Snowden’s revelations. In particular, it is well known that Premier D. Cameron told the "at" parliamentarians, who are now engaged in a special investigation. The theme of the latter is harming the national security of Great Britain with the Guardian newspaper. Earlier, the prime minister personally ordered the editor-in-chief of this newspaper, Comrade Rasbridger, to destroy the hard drives with revealing information about wiretapping by the NSA and British programs like Tempora.

Murder in Tehran. Safdar Rahmat Abadi, Deputy Minister of Industry and Mines of Iran, was killed by unknown persons in his own car in eastern Tehran, reports RIA News" with reference to the agency France Press. Abadi was responsible in the Ministry of Industry of Iran for work with the parliament.

He died at the wheel of his car from gunshot wounds to the head and chest. The police reported that the shots were fired from inside the car: they found cartridges from the cartridges, and not one of the windows of the car was damaged.

What did Iran agree with the "six". On Sunday night, another round of talks between Iran and the “six” international mediators on the Iranian nuclear issue ended in Switzerland. Interfax.

Negotiations started in Geneva on November 7-8 at the level of the political directors of the "six". 9 November they continued at the level of foreign ministers. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov arrived at this meeting. The Iranian delegation was led by Foreign Minister Javad Zarif.

Comrade Lavrov said that the "six" and Iran were able to develop the basis for further joint work on solving the nuclear problem. The minister also noted that the negotiations were “very specific and protracted, but time was not wasted.”

Among other things, S. Lavrov noted the leading role of the United States in the current negotiations: “I would like to note the leading role played by the US delegation led by John Kerry in promoting approaches that would be acceptable to Iran.”

But French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said that Iranian representatives and intermediaries could not agree on an agreement to begin solving the nuclear problem. Nevertheless, he stressed that Iran and the “six” were able to achieve some progress.

Mohammad Javad Zarif said that negotiations with the “six” in Tehran are considered productive. “I hope that we will come to an agreement in the future,” he said at a press conference following the meeting.

At the conclusion of the talks, US Secretary of State John Kerry told reporters that Washington "retains the conviction that it is necessary to be confident" of the peaceful nature of Iran’s nuclear program.

Commenting on the fact that it was not possible to conclude the relevant agreement, Mr. Kerry noted: “It takes time to create trust between countries for which there were problems for a long period”.

The US Secretary of State expressed the hope that an agreement with Iran could be reached within the next few days.

Catherine Ashton said at a press conference in Geneva that the next round of talks will take place on November 20.

They are not stupid and not blind. The United States is not blind and not stupid. This was said yesterday in a television interview with the US Secretary of State, arguing on the topic of nuclear negotiations with Iran. “We are not blind, and I do not think we are stupid. We have a serious understanding of whether we are acting in the interests of our country and the world community, ”said Kerry on NBC.

As noted by MIGnews.comThe Secretary of State stressed that the United States is still skeptical about Iran’s readiness to curtail its nuclear program, therefore, as long as negotiations continue, sanctions will remain in force. “Nobody talked about getting rid of current sanctions. Everything remains in force, ”he said.

As for the Israeli Prime Minister, who is very concerned about the Iranian nuclear issue, speaking at the opening of the government meeting in Sde Boker, he said that the proposed deal with Iran is bad.

“Iran retains its ability to enrich uranium, as well as to develop plutonium. I emphasize that in the proposed transaction there is no destruction of a single centrifuge. I asked all the leaders of the states with whom I spoke, what's the rush? I suggested they wait, weigh everything. This is a historical process, a historical decision. I hope that the parties will come to a good agreement, and we will do everything in our power to convince the leaders of the states to avoid a bad agreement, ”Netanyahu said.

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Deputy US Secretary of State Wendy Sherman arrived yesterday in Jerusalem, where she will hold talks with the leadership of Israel on the Iranian nuclear program. This was reported by the State Department, reports correspondent RIA "Novosti" Alexey Bogdanovsky.

The State Department report said: “She will consult with colleagues from the Israeli government on the negotiations of the“ six ”in Geneva in the continuation of our coordinated efforts with Israel to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapons».

Barack Obama as an irritant of Israel. Lawmakers from the Republican and Democratic parties in the US Congress decided to insist on the introduction of new sanctions against Iran. Senators want to force Tehran to abandon its nuclear program. This was stated on the air of the American "CNN" Sen. Republican Lindsay Graham, reports correspondent ITAR-TASS Ivan Pilshchikov.

Mr. Graham said: “I believe that members of the US Congress from both parties will insist on the introduction of a new package of sanctions. We believe that only two things can convince the Iranians to sit at the negotiating table: sanctions and the threat of the use of military force. ”

Further, the senator noted that the approach chosen by the administration of the President of the United States is fundamentally wrong. It implies a softening of the sanctions regime, but does not oblige Tehran to completely abandon its nuclear program.

The senator noted: “Sanctions and the threat of the use of force by the United States and Israel allowed us to achieve the current state of affairs. If we retreat now, it will be the wrong signal. New sanctions can be lifted if the Iranians make the right decision. ”

“The Israelis are extremely annoyed at what we are doing,” the senator added. “Never before have I been so worried about the administration’s approach to the Middle East as it is now.”

Does America decide? Another review of Western newspapers from "Foreign Press" It is dedicated to the topical topic of talks between Iran and the mediating countries.

According to The Wall Street Journal, Obama, outlining the draft agreement in an interview, said: if Iran does not fulfill the conditions, the United States "can move the toggle switch to its previous position," that is, return to sanctions.

However, the agreement "is much more preferable than heating up this conflict by us," the US President noted. And then he assured that at the initial stage, the United States would soften the sanctions "very modestly."

The newspaper reminds that the agreement may be broken: after all, the US allies in the Middle East, especially Israel, are resisting the plan. The American congressmen also resist it.

The terms of the original agreement, as indicated by the unnamed According to the diplomats, are as follows: Iran freezes nuclear fuel production, almost reaching the “weapon level” and other aspects of the nuclear program in which it is most advanced, and the United States and Europe cancel some of the financial sanctions in response.

“The United States, not Iran, plays a crucial role in the nuclear negotiations,” writes Ray Tackay, senior researcher at Council on Foreign Relations (USA), on The Washington Post.

Iran is an authoritarian state, unworthy of support, this expert says. But Iran managed to achieve partial success, having exerted some influence on the negotiations, the author further acknowledges.

The theocratic state demands that its “right to enrich uranium” be publicly recognized, and its past violations in the nuclear sphere be forgiven. The author of the material calls not to fit into the “red lines” of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

“The US sanctions policy has created an important lever for diplomats, now Washington is able to demand the toughest nuclear agreement and not attach great importance to Iran’s requirements,” the expert points out, considering it feasible “an agreement that not only gains time but also does not allow Iran to constantly implement their ambitions in the field of nuclear weapons. "

“Patience and firmness can ensure a great diplomatic victory,” he concludes.

In the editorial “Le Monde” an attempt is made to answer the question “Why negotiate with Iran.”

“The stakes are huge,” writes the French newspaper. - Left unchanged, the Iranian nuclear program threatens the fragile international balance in non-proliferation. Sooner or later, it will encourage neighboring countries — Saudi Arabia, Turkey, or even Egypt — to move toward creating a bomb. ”

It is naive to believe, according to the publication, that Iran will refuse from the possibility of continuing to enrich uranium (even if under international control).

Nevertheless, the editors conclude: "The agreement on the Iranian nuclear program will open the way for the normalization of relations between Tehran and Washington, which would be an indisputable factor of stability in the Middle East, no matter how they feel in Jerusalem, Riyadh and Ankara."

Former US representative to the UN, John Bolton, in an article for The Wall Street Journal, asked the question: “Do Iran and North Korea cooperate in developing nuclear weapons? If so, their actions undermine and can nullify Obama’s diplomatic efforts to combat each of these threats. ”

As Washington concluded in the 2001 year, and Pyongyang later admitted this, the Kim regime has been engaged in uranium enrichment for over a decade. The enrichment program expanded significantly in 2010 year. Where did the beggar Pyongyang get the financial means for such an expansion? Bolton calls Iran a likely source.

“Although both countries say that the purpose of their missile programs is to launch meteorological and telecommunications satellites, only naive people - including many in Washington - can believe it. Their real goal has always been the development of launch vehicles for nuclear warheads, ”the expert writes.

Pogrom in Riyadh. Clashes of foreign workers with the police occurred in the capital of Saudi Arabia. Killed two people, 68 man was injured. Another 561 man arrested, transmits "Voice of Russia".

Migrant workers protesting against the “anti-immigrant law” were dispersed. According to a police spokesman for Riyadh, Brigadier General Nassir al-Qatani, hundreds of workers on the evening of November 9 built barricades on several narrow streets of the city, where they perpetrated riots. Damaged about a hundred cars. Workers threw stones at law enforcement officers. It was the protesters and cold steel. The police opened fire and used batons.

Most of the detainees are foreign workers who do not have rights to work. They will be deported.

As the Voice of Russia reminds, on the eve the police conducted a raid in the poorest quarters of Riyadh. Several thousand immigrants were detained (people from Bangladesh, India, the Philippines, Pakistan and other countries).

Since November 4 in Saudi Arabia, the rules have come into force to end the illegal migration. The intruders will be sent to temporary detention centers, after which they will be deported to their homeland.

Shattering Libya. Representatives of one of the rebel movements in eastern Libya took control of several oil ports and announced the creation of their own oil company, reports RIA News" with reference to Reuters.

On Friday, a rebel group seized the port of Tobruk in the east, through which the country's national oil corporation supplies oil to Europe. A number of other oil ports were also captured.

According to one of the rebel leaders, who spoke on local television in Adzhdabiya, the movement in the seized ports stopped the shipment of “black gold” to state tankers. The rebels said they would set up their own oil company with headquarters in Tobruk.

Greece: opposition fiasco. In Greece, the opposition failed to dismiss the cabinet of ministers headed by Antonis Samaras. On Monday night, Parliament rejected a no-confidence vote, reports correspondent RIA "Novosti" Gennady Melnik.

124 MP voted “for” with the necessary 151 voice from 300. “Against” voted 153 MP, abstained - 17. Deputies from the ruling parties “New Democracy” and PASOK greeted the participants with applause.

It is noted that the vote was by name. The PASOK deputy Theodora Tzakri, who voted for mistrust in the government, was expelled from the party.

The correspondent recalls that the proposal for a vote of no-confidence in the government was made by the leader of the Coalition of Radical Left (SYRIZA) Alexis Tsipras and the deputies of his faction. The reason was the invasion of police on the night of November 7 in the building of the closed state radio and television ERT. His staff refused to leave jobs since June.

Tsipras believes that the country should stop the destruction of the economy and the denial of democracy: “Tonight you decided to take ERT, and tomorrow night decide to enter people’s houses that have debts, and sell these houses at auction, because the troika so requires.”

Prime Minister Antonis Samaras, speaking before the vote, said that the elections would be held, as expected, in 2016. He noted that the opposition leader had lost his sense of proportion, constantly changing his point of view and speaking alongside the ultra-right Golden Dawn party.

Earlier, Samaras told parliamentary correspondents that the opposition’s initiative “poisons the political climate” in the country.

Romania: "King, come back!" In the capital of Romania, there was a demonstration demanding a referendum on the restoration of the monarchy in the country, reports correspondent ITAR-TASS Valery Demidetsky with reference to the agency "Mediafaks".

More than a thousand demonstrators marched through the central streets of Bucharest with slogans: “The monarchy will save Romania!”, “King, come back, we are fed up with a republic ruled by corrupt politicians!”

According to polls, almost a fifth of Romanians support the restoration of a constitutional monarchy in the country. At the same time, the current semi-presidential form of government is the least popular among them.

The issue of "same-sex" in Croatia. On November 8, the Croatian Parliament voted to hold a popular referendum on constitutional amendment related to homosexual marriages, the local newspaper Jutarnji List reports. As transmits "Lenta.ru"The vote is scheduled for December 1. 104 MPs voted for it, 13 opposed, five more abstained.

The decision was made thanks to the fact that the civil initiative “U ime obitelji” (“In the name of the family”) collected 740 thousands of signatures in support of the referendum.

This Catholic organization insists that the Croatian constitution be amended, according to which only a union between a man and a woman can be considered a marriage. In the Basic Law of the country there is no definition of marriage at all.

Why did the conservatives take such an initiative? It turns out that a wave of rumors about the authorities' intention to legalize same-sex marriage has passed. Indeed, in August the government confirmed: a bill on this topic is being prepared.

The material contains statements by opponents of the referendum. In their opinion, such questions cannot be submitted to a nationwide vote: after all, they concern the rights of minorities. The same opinion is held in the government.

Croatian Foreign Minister Vesna Pusic said that she opposed the referendum, but could not prevent it by law.

According to France-Presse, recent polls have shown: more than half of the country's population supports the initiative to ban same-sex marriages.

Lithuanian authorities have taken on journalists. The Lithuanian Special Investigation Service interrogated several journalists regarding a leak of information from the State Security Department. Reports about it "Lenta.ru" with reference to "DELFI".

On November 7, the chief editor of the BNS news agency, Jurate Damulite, and her deputy, Jurate Skite, were taken to the main service building in Vilnius. Earlier, the head of BNS, Yurga Eyvaite, was questioned. From the premises occupied by the agency, the investigators carried out several computers.

According to Interfax, during the pre-trial investigation, the judge ordered the editor of BNS to disclose an information source.

In a press release, the agency stresses that such measures impede journalistic work and are “disproportionate and unjustified.” BNS noted that the right of a journalist to keep a source of information secret is one of the guarantees of freedom of the media.

The chairman of the Lithuanian Journalists Union, Dainius Radzevicius, stated that the responsibility for the leakage of information should not be taken by journalists, but by the officers of the security agencies who allowed it: “I hear that they are being withdrawn (for interrogations. - Note. Lenta) negatively. First of all, those people who are responsible for the safety of information should be arrested. ”

As recalled by "Tape", the reason for the proceedings was the material released by "BNS" 31 October. With reference to the state security department of the republic, it was reported that Russia was preparing information provocations against the first persons of Lithuania, in particular, Dali Grybauskaite. It was alleged that the Russian side will soon distribute information discrediting the head of state: it will publish fraudulent documents allegedly found in the State Archives of the Russian Federation regarding the Grybauskaite biography.

Later, Grybauskaite herself stated that she had been informed of the impending attack. And she commented: “One of the main reasons, obviously, is our successful presidency of the Council of the European Union and, perhaps, Lithuania’s striving for energy independence.”

Undoubtedly, add on my own. Soon, the United States will begin to sell shale gas and shale oil to Vilnius at bargain prices, and an independent Lithuania will show Moscow a fig. However, do not say "gop" until you jump.

As for the documents, let us ask ourselves the question: why are the first person of the state so worried about some fakes? And not even the fake itself, but only hints at them?

Dialogue in the APR. The foreign ministers of Russia, India and China discussed a new architecture of interstate relations in the Asia-Pacific region, RIA News" words of the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Sergey Lavrov.

After the meeting in Delhi of the heads of foreign ministries of the three countries, comrade Lavrov said: “We discussed the prospects for the formation of inter-state relations in the Asia-Pacific region, which will meet modern realities when threats become common to all, when you cannot hide behind national borders security becomes indivisible and it is important to avoid trying to strengthen your own security at the expense of the security of others. ”

To this, the minister added: “Russia, together with China and Brunei, proposed, within the framework of the East Asian Summit mechanism, develop principles for cooperation in the field of regional security, and this initiative was approved at the October Brunei summit on October 12. We are grateful to our Indian friends for the strong support of this idea. ”

Also, Comrade Lavrov said that in the near future in the capital of Brunei, the first round of dialogue of the countries participating in the East Asian Summits on the discussion of the regional security architecture will take place.

Russia and Vietnam. Vladimir Putin notes the development of humanitarian ties between Russia and Vietnam, reports RIA News".

In the nine months of this year, over 200 thousands of Russian tourists visited Vietnam. At the same time, about 5 thousands of Vietnamese are studying in Russia. And this is the largest quota, not counting the CIS countries, for personnel training in the Russian Federation.

V. Putin’s article “Russia-Vietnam: Together to New Frontiers of Cooperation,” published in the Vietnamese media before his visit, says: “We have always been proud of the traditions of cooperation in the humanitarian field - in education, science and culture. In this regard, it is significant that it is Vietnam (not counting the CIS countries) that this year the largest quota has been allocated for training personnel in Russian educational institutions. In total, about 5 thousands of NRW citizens are currently studying with us, of which about 2 thousands are studying along the state line. ”

Putin’s visit coincides with the Days of Russian Culture in Vietnam. The Russian President notes: “I am glad that Vietnamese friends are genuinely interested in our art. In turn, the citizens of Russia are also waiting for the Vietnamese cultural workers to visit. I am sure that the Days of Hanoi in Moscow, which will open in late November, are a big success. ”

We watched TV. In the DPRK, 80 people were publicly executed. The newspaper “JoongAng Ilbo” quoted a source “familiar with the situation” and “trustworthy.” He reports that on November 3, public executions took place in seven cities in North Korea, "RT".

What is the fault of eight dozen people?

Reportedly, most of those executed were accused of watching prohibited TV programs. Some were accused of engaging in prostitution.

The website of the North Korean Intellectual Solidarity international organization of North Korean immigrants says that a few months ago there were reports of government plans to conduct a series of public executions.

In the northern port of Wonsan, authorities gathered 10 thousands of people at a sports stadium to watch eight people shot.

“The regime obviously fears potential changes in people's thinking and prudently tries to intimidate them,” the site says.

"RT" reminds that watching banned TV shows or movies (especially from South Korea) in the DPRK is considered a serious crime.

Arrests and wanderings of Mr. Polonsky. Today, according to the Interpol order, Sergei Polonsky was arrested. The businessman said that when he was detained, the Cambodian police used weapons, reports "RT" With reference to the TV channel "Russia 24".

"RT" recalls that Polonsky received a passport of the subject kingdom in mid-September. It is noted that in Cambodia, a case was opened against a new citizen: at the end of December 2012, Polonsky and his two friends, being drunk and threatening to knock the crew of the pleasure boat, locked them in the hold, and later forced to jump into the water.

The next three months, the businessman spent in prison. However, from the cell, Polonsky wrote several letters to the King of Cambodia, promising to make serious investments in the country's economy. Soon the injured sailors withdrew the lawsuits, and Polonsky was released - on bail.

The businessman went to Israel and tried to get citizenship there. But Tel Aviv noted that he would give Polonsky to Russian law enforcement agencies, if he received a request. Polonsky did not have a hard time returning to Cambodia.

Also, “RT” reminds that in June the investigation department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in absentia charged Mr. Polonsky with the charges related to the case of fraud in the construction of a residential complex. According to the investigation, the accused “stole more than 5,7 billion rubles from participants in the shared construction of the LCD“ Kutuzov mile ”. More than eighty citizens were recognized as victims of his actions. The Tverskoy Court of Moscow authorized his absentee arrest. Polonsky was put on the international wanted list, and recently his photograph with personal data was published on the Interpol website.

What Navalny is far from. The article entitled "The Kremlin is losing control of the nationalist movement he helped create" ("The Atlantic", USA; source of translation - "InoSMI") Brian Whitmore writes that "The Kremlin, which has been successfully manipulating nationalists for its own purposes for years and cultivating xenophobia among the population, now finds itself face to face with the monster that it helped create."

In addition to the usual slogans (“Russia for Russians” and “Stop feeding the Caucasus”) and anti-immigrant statements, there were many calls this year at the “Russian March” to put an end to Putin’s “KGB regime”, the journalist notes.

But the author of the material is interested in another aspect of nationalism - not manifested on the marches, but hidden.

A survey conducted by the Levada Center, says that almost 73% of Russians and more 80% of Muscovites are in favor of deportation of migrant workers. Approximately 66% of Russians support the idea of ​​“Russia for Russians” and only 19% consider this idea “fascist”. According to Levada Center director Lev Gudkov, this means: from 70% to 80% of Russians are subject to xenophobia.

Here the journalist saw the latent nationalism of the Russians.

“Most of these people will never go to the“ Russian march ”, will not rush into the vegetable store in search of migrants and are unlikely to attack the train from Tajikistan.

However, they are deeply disturbed by what is happening now, as it seems to them, the influx of migrants, as well as the rising crime that they associate with it. Many people think - despite the facts that indicate the opposite - that non-Russian citizens of the Russian Federation are in a privileged position, and ethnic Russians are discriminated. "


According to the author, it is the latent nationalism of the "silent majority" that is important for the current political dynamics. Not dressed in black skinheads, but respectable and educated citizens, students and businessmen - this is what an analyst is pointing at. He recalled that the Public Chamber, in a report from 2012, had warned of a “sharp rise” in xenophobia among the urban population and people with higher education.

And now these people turned out to be an important factor in the political game. According to Gudkov, the growth of nationalist sentiment in the country is associated with anxiety over the state of the economy, outrage of bureaucratic corruption and a general “crisis of legitimacy.”

“... in Navalny's dances between nationalism and liberalism, perhaps less political acrobatics than it seems at first glance. Many of his liberal supporters are both latent nationalists. “More and more often, Russians of any political views associate themselves with racistly tinged national identity and organize around it,” Ilan Berman, vice president of the Washington-based American Foreign Policy Council, wrote recently in our publication.


As the author of the material notes, Navalny has long argued that Russian nationalism should be introduced into the mainstream and liberalized - so that reactionary elements do not monopolize it.

But what should be liberal nationalism in a multinational country? - the author asks a fair question.

Indeed, ideally, it will not be nationalistic, but will become open to all a form of civil patriotism. Today, both Navalny and the “silent majority” in Russia are very far from such a form of nationalism ...

Responsible for the "red lines". The vocabulary of current politicians is firmly rooted in the expression "red line". Experts warn: if such expressions are not supported by actions, it hurts reputation. The reportage of the correspondent is devoted to the linguistic topic. "RT" Floors Slier.

US President Barack Obama claims that he did not establish the notorious “red line” for Syria. He declares: "It made the world community."

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke of the “red line” of Iran.

Now there are fears that if the American president can be forced to abandon plans for Syria, then he will do the same with Iran.

Dr. Boaz Ganor, Director General of the Institute for International Counterterrorism Policy, says:

“When the head of the world's largest power establishes a“ red line ”and then publicly rejects his words or is forced to discard them by the will of his people or the senate, this is a very disturbing sign. And this is a serious blow to the reputation of the United States, which play a deterrent role both in the Middle East and around the world. ”


Ex-Ambassador of Israel to Egypt Yitzhak Lebanon shared his opinion with “RT”: “From the outside, Obama may seem to doubt or change his position depending on the development of the situation in the world.”

A representative of the Institute of Communications Tal Samuel Azran said:

“We have seen some politicians use the term“ red line ”. It's dangerous to do that. You drive yourself into frames. As soon as the politician uses it, he immediately undertakes to hold this “red line”. It is clear that various kinds of manipulations are applied in politics. ”


Politicians who operate with aggressive expressions in the international arena, we add from ourselves, we must remember the saying: "The word is not a sparrow, it will fly out - you will not catch it." Let us remind them of another useful proverb: “Measure seven times, cut once”. Before you say anything, gentlemen politicians would think about it well. Otherwise, they may cross their political career with red lines. Mr. Obama, for example, with his record low rating risks entering history like the worst president of the United States.

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  1. Stiletto
    Stiletto 11 November 2013 11: 34
    50
    Syrian fruits. Make a note. As soon as they appear with us, we will support the ruble with my daughter Syria. If only this money went as intended ...
    1. LaGlobal
      LaGlobal 11 November 2013 12: 16
      +4
      They are not stupid and not blind. The United States is not blind and not stupid. The US Secretary of State said this in a television interview yesterday, discussing the topic of nuclear talks with Iran. “We are not blind, and I do not think we are stupid. We have a serious understanding of whether we are acting in the interests of our country and the international community, ”Kerry told NBC.


      at the expense of the blind - I do not argue! As for the second option - so here, you can also debate. lol

      We watched TV. In the DPRK


      - SHOOT 80 people ... - the kingdom to them is heaven! But when viewed from the point of view of wartime, it is probably true. Although, in this issue with comments you need to be careful.
      1. Fin
        Fin 11 November 2013 13: 57
        16
        “We are not blind, and I do not think we are stupid.

        Once again reviewed the performance of Zadornov and thought. We know that they are stupid, but he still doubts.
        1. datur
          datur 12 November 2013 13: 38
          0
          for sure! and they think that we also do it for them !!! wink
        2. carbofo
          carbofo 13 November 2013 12: 50
          0
          Quote: Fin
          and he still doubts.

          But already thought and voiced :) and this is already half the battle.
      2. alone
        alone 11 November 2013 21: 16
        +1
        Quote: LaGlobal
        - shoot 80 people ... - the kingdom of heaven to them! But when viewed from the point of view of wartime, it is probably true. Although, in this issue with comments you need to be careful.


        this cannot be justified! this is a crime!
        1. carbofo
          carbofo 13 November 2013 12: 52
          0
          Quote: lonely
          this cannot be justified! this is a crime!

          I think that if the old firing articles were applied now, then in Russia the bill would go by thousands or even tens of thousands.
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    3. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 11 November 2013 12: 24
      21

      News on Monday night.

      Already 10 times they agreed and refused the same amount. There will be nothing new.

      Our state has signed contracts for the supply of fruits and vegetables to Russia, and these contracts involve the exchange of goods, that is, Russia will pay for its fruit with its own goods - milk formulas, medicines and other important goods necessary for the survival of the population of the whole state.
      Good deed. And probably the most correct, how now you can help Syria.

      “Snowden’s accusation of helping foreign terrorists looks even more absurd in light of the fact that the United Kingdom has actively hosted citizens like Akhmed Zakayev and Doku Umarov for the past ten years.
      I can’t wait until all this trash who has found shelter begins a revolution in England itself.

      “We are not blind, and I do not think we are stupid. We have a serious understanding of whether we are acting in the interests of our country and the international community, ”Kerry told NBC.
      You are not stupid -You are Dumb !!! wassat wassat wassat

      “The Israelis are extremely annoyed with what we are doing,” the senator added.
      Yes, yes, you can’t annoy Israel laughing

      A demonstration was held in the Romanian capital demanding a referendum on the restoration of the monarchy in the country,
      They think if the king comes, they will heal better right away. Put the gypsy baron and all business lol

      We watched TV. In the DPRK, 80 people were publicly executed.
      Kim is crazy fool If the people find out what channels he watches, they will not shoot him, they will tear him like a rag.
      1. Karlsonn
        Karlsonn 11 November 2013 17: 54
        10
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        We watched TV. In the DPRK, 80 people were publicly executed.
        Kim is going crazy. If the people find out what channels he watches, they will not shoot him, they will tear him like a rag.


        Sasha, I figured out this shooting.

        In response to threats from North Korea to eliminate the South Korean intelligence chief and intensify the fight against the subversive element, South Korea traditionally did not remain in debt and launched a funny tale about the fact that in North Korea 80 people were publicly shot for watching South Korean TV and keeping the Bible, moreover, in one unnamed city, some were shot at a stadium where about 10 thousand people watched the execution. Sources and confirmations by itself, as usual, do not exist, and the same newspaper, which was noted by a gorgeous story about the firing of mortars, refers to an anonymous author.

        Of course, I am not at all against the death penalty, and the practice of public mass executions in China is well known, but there is an opinion that all this duck is in the spirit of the ever-memorable mortars, where the reason is highlighted with special stupidity. It’s even somehow inconvenient for the South Korean propagandists who did not deserve to come up with something more believable. But here, apparently, it was necessary to rebuff the North Korean propagandists, playing on the topic of planting people in South Korea for tweets about how good it is to live in the DPRK and watching North Korean TV. In the spirit - in our country they are only imprisoned for dissent, but in the north they generally shoot. In general, it all boiled down to the classic "Sam".
      2. EdwardTich68
        EdwardTich68 11 November 2013 18: 42
        -15 qualifying.
        What makes you think that the Americans are dumber than us, their robot runs on Mars and our Phobos-soil burned out in orbit. Less need to be fervently believed.
        1. Albert1988
          Albert1988 11 November 2013 21: 01
          10
          Quote: EdwardTich68
          What makes you think that the Americans are dumber than us, their robot runs on Mars and our Phobos-soil burned out in orbit. Less need to be fervently believed.

          You see, Curiosity was developed and sent to Mars mainly by people who were not born in the United States ... Oh, yes, a rocket with engines made in Russia put it into orbit ...
      3. Rusich51
        Rusich51 11 November 2013 22: 28
        +3
        He died at the wheel of his car from gunshot wounds to the head and chest. The police reported that the shots were fired from inside the car: they found cartridges from the cartridges, and not one of the windows of the car was damaged.

        Israeli secret services continue shooting. How did they learn how to work in an enemy environment.
        1. alone
          alone 11 November 2013 23: 04
          +3
          Quote: Rusich51
          He died at the wheel of his car from gunshot wounds to the head and chest. The police reported that the shots were fired from inside the car: they found cartridges from the cartridges, and not one of the windows of the car was damaged.

          Israeli secret services continue shooting. How did they learn how to work in an enemy environment.



          not everything is so simple in Iran. on the western borders there is an Iranian section of the PKK. shortly Kurds. inside Iran there are groups that are opponents of the existing form of government. The largest of them is the OMIN (organization of the mujahideen of the Iranian people). on the border with Afghanistan, there are constant clashes with drug dealers, who also have their accomplices inside Iran. But on the Pakistani border there is a Jindullah-Iranian cell of Alkaeda. Recently, about 20 Iranian border guards were killed by this organization. + special services of the Persian Gulf countries, the CIA, Mossad and British intelligence. It is enough to drop a bit of money to local groups and kill anyone there.
          1. Penek
            Penek 11 November 2013 23: 41
            0
            Maybe everything is simpler - a person bombed (was engaged in a private carriage) after work, someone did not want to pay.
    4. VOLCHOXURAL
      VOLCHOXURAL 11 November 2013 13: 13
      10
      Syrian letter: Therefore, I want to appeal to everyone: when buying tangerines, oranges, please take Syrian ones.
      Cry from the heart sad
      Syrian fruits. Make a note.
      I am for! hi
    5. mirag2
      mirag2 11 November 2013 16: 57
      +1
      The Jews what Kerry and Obama "did" to them call "chutzpah" (impudence), and they are ready to curse him, not that they are ready, and the orthodox-fascist Jews all day poke at the wall of crying and sobbing, calling on his head is all Egyptian executions, because he (Kerry) and the settlements beyond the "green" line (1967 (8) d) forbade building-in the sense that he said that construction there would lead to even greater isolationism of Israel ...
    6. Sakmagon
      Sakmagon 11 November 2013 19: 01
      +8
      Stiletto
      Syrian fruits. Make a note. As soon as they appear with us ...

      ... and take a close look at them before buying ... but our "vendors", having propped for such a company, will begin to mold the label "Made in Syria" even on lard and pine nuts winked
    7. knn54
      knn54 12 November 2013 14: 47
      0
      And olive oil !!!
      - They are not stupid and not blind.
      If "someone" FREQUENTLY repeats it, then ITSELF doubts it.
  2. Migari
    Migari 11 November 2013 11: 37
    +5
    Before you say anything, gentlemen of politics could think well about it.
    I would like it to be not just a wish for the gentlemen who rule the world, but edification.
  3. Alexei
    Alexei 11 November 2013 11: 55
    +3
    Now there are fears that if the American president can be forced to abandon plans for Syria, then he will do the same with Iran.
    Worrying bells, aren't the citizens of Israel really? Your prime minister feels, and you, you feel?
    1. vadson
      vadson 11 November 2013 16: 55
      +2
      right now they will yell that they can handle it laughing
  4. FunkschNNX
    FunkschNNX 11 November 2013 11: 56
    +2
    "Reportedly, most of those executed were charged with watching prohibited television." Our dissidents published similar horror stories in the West at the time, I think their evidence can be safely divided by 10.
  5. major071
    major071 11 November 2013 12: 01
    +9
    Thanks to Oleg for the review! Great advantage!

    The issue of "same-sex" in Croatia.

    How do you feel about gays? I do not belong to them, I am a normal person. Further, the same thing in Croatian:
    Kako se osjećate o homoseksualcima? Ja sam im nije mjesto, ja sam normalna osoba.
    In the DPRK, 80 people were publicly executed. most of the executed were accused of watching forbidden television programs. Some were charged with prostitution.

    So we watched TV at night.
    Arrests and wanderings of Mr. Polonsky.

    He escaped into the jungle, but was caught. He didn’t take root there, his monkeys were given to the policemen, since he alone managed to smash the whole monkey flock.
    1. vadson
      vadson 11 November 2013 16: 58
      0
      wake-up call for thieves and embezzlers. 10 years ago it would hardly have been possible
      1. Abracadabra
        Abracadabra 11 November 2013 18: 10
        -5
        Quote: vadson
        wake-up call for thieves and embezzlers. 10 years ago it would hardly have been possible



        Oh, yes, Lanna! :)) No one will touch the embezzlers, they both stole, how they built palaces with fur stores, how they bought their property in the west and took their families there, and they will do it while Putin covers them and while prices high resources. But Polonsky stupidly did not roll back something to someone, was greedy, so they decided to punish him. And there is a lesson for other scammers, not in the sense that ripping off people is not good, but in the sense - you have to share with the vertical during the time and then the law should not be afraid.
        1. Victor-M
          Victor-M 11 November 2013 22: 28
          +1
          Quote: Abra Kadabra
          Quote: vadson
          wake-up call for thieves and embezzlers. 10 years ago it would hardly have been possible



          Oh, yes, Lanna! :)) No one will touch the embezzlers, they both stole, how they built palaces with fur stores, how they bought their property in the west and took their families there, and they will do it while Putin covers them and while prices high resources. But Polonsky stupidly did not roll back something to someone, was greedy, so they decided to punish him. And there is a lesson for other scammers, not in the sense that ripping off people is not good, but in the sense - you have to share with the vertical during the time and then the law should not be afraid.

          And "you" do what you are doing there, don't you give it to the same? Emigrants-damn it.
          1. Abracadabra
            Abracadabra 11 November 2013 22: 34
            -3
            Sorry, but in my opinion, now I’m posting a stupid, senseless, uryapatriot-style stupid comment! :)) I grew up in a family of teachers, this is the first, second, I am not an emigrant, but the third, with what specifically do not agree? Or go in lackeys at a similar thief and you feel offended?
            1. Victor-M
              Victor-M 11 November 2013 22: 51
              +2
              Quote: Abra Kadabra
              down

              To begin with, do not distort your native language, child of teachers, unless they are, of course, in a foreign language. taught, and then this is my point of view without sycophancing to the authorities. I felt on my own skin all the charm of government in the 90s, supported by "you" liberals, and thirdly, Mr. emigrant, you should not be offended by the assumption expressed in your direction , do you allow yourself this in relation to others, without having direct evidence for it?
              1. Abracadabra
                Abracadabra 12 November 2013 03: 51
                -1
                Once again, what are you, a vegetable? You do not understand that I am not an emigrant, and besides, what kind of liberal I am to you? What is such an idiotic assumption ?? I have reason to say that in power, in Russia, thieves! I myself made estimates in Germany and saw villas for such filth, as well as priests! Then, I know how the garbage lives and on what and also not by hearsay. Well, if you follow the Russian politics for a long enough time and dig into the biographies of Putin's entourage, then if a person is not up to - fuck, then he will understand everything. I'm just not a bloody Putinist scoop like you and your likes, minusers and writers like that, commentators about anything. I wrote at the top about a specific problem in today's Russia! In response, except for snotty flirting, "liberals", "90s", "emigrant", I saw nothing significant. Unfortunate disgracers.
  6. Ram chandra
    Ram chandra 11 November 2013 12: 02
    +6
    That would bring vegetables and fruits from Syria to Kazakhstan!
    1. vadson
      vadson 11 November 2013 16: 59
      +3
      there is only one customs union, so that Putin can turn fruits into grandmas faster and agree with yours. likely to appear
  7. Tartary
    Tartary 11 November 2013 12: 03
    10
    Navalny is a "contraceptive".
    1. ziqzaq
      ziqzaq 11 November 2013 12: 30
      +6
      Quote: Tartary
      Navalny is a "contraceptive".

      Yeah, just used ......
      1. vadson
        vadson 11 November 2013 17: 02
        +3
        how to say, maybe worse. with roosters, after all, it got a handle ... dibi / | s in the west do not understand that the Russian people with this will not even sit on one field ...
  8. Ddhal
    Ddhal 11 November 2013 12: 12
    +3
    Koreans sincerely believing people.
    The Nordic people sincerely believe that they live in a free country and, therefore, even slightly doubters need to be killed.
    Southern people sincerely believe that their android and motorized devices are the best and, therefore, you can increase the price.

    As for the Russians, I’m going to search for Syrian fruits right now. Though a little bit ..
    1. Karlsonn
      Karlsonn 11 November 2013 13: 24
      13
      Quote: DDHAL
      Koreans sincerely believing people.


      Yes, everything is fine with the North Koreans.

      Quote: DDHAL
      The Nordic people sincerely believe that they live in a free country and, therefore, even slightly doubters need to be killed.


      My dissidents and I rushed about like a written bag and what, in the end, what actually happened when they came to power? Mass gangsterism, war, total theft and the collapse of the country. Maybe we should have shot all the Solzhenitsyns and showed them all on TV, if you look at everything differently, it would have happened.

      Quote: DDHAL
      As for the Russians, I’m going to search for Syrian fruits right now. Though a little bit ..


      Similarly!

      In the photo Pyongyang.
      1. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov 11 November 2013 14: 23
        +5
        Quote: Karlsonn
        In the photo Pyongyang.

        Kim, all the same, it is necessary to tie up with executions, otherwise it has become completely empty on the streets laughing
        1. Igor39
          Igor39 11 November 2013 14: 43
          +9
          So there everyone works and not staggers like ours.
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          3. polly
            polly 11 November 2013 19: 55
            +1
            By the way, in the daytime in Abu Dhabi (Emirates) there are also almost no local people on the streets, only guest workers ...
            1. Current 72
              Current 72 12 November 2013 02: 02
              0
              So in the Emirates it is very hot, and all the indigenous emirates are hiding in their air-conditioned apartments. And guest workers should work.
        2. Karlsonn
          Karlsonn 11 November 2013 15: 49
          +8
          Quote: Alexander Romanov
          Kim, all the same, it is necessary to tie up with executions, otherwise it has become completely empty on the streets


          Sasha, I in Minsk, at first, did not understand where the people are? what And then dopper - the middle of the day, children at school, adults at work, that's why the streets are empty.

          And actually, China is ahead of the rest in this matter.

          ... Since 2000 of the year in China, about 10 of thousands of officials have been shot for corruption, another 120 of thousands have received 10-20 years of imprisonment ... data for June 2009, so now the figure is larger.

          http://www.rg.ru/2009/06/25/korrupcia.html
        3. vadson
          vadson 11 November 2013 17: 04
          +1
          Quote: Alexander Romanov
          Quote: Karlsonn
          In the photo Pyongyang.

          Kim, all the same, it is necessary to tie up with executions, otherwise it has become completely empty on the streets laughing

          every joke has a share of jokes
          1. Karlsonn
            Karlsonn 11 November 2013 17: 37
            +8
            Quote: vadson
            every joke has a share of jokes


            In South Korea, during the suppression of the uprising in Gwangju, five divisions were introduced into the city, tanks and aircraft were used, participants in the events speak of more than 2 000 dead (the exact number is unknown), but everyone knows that in South Korea there is democracy, and in North Korea - hellish hell.

            On photo:

            May 1980 of the year, South Korea, the city of Gwangju.
            1. Karlsonn
              Karlsonn 11 November 2013 18: 02
              +8
              And here's what they did with dissidents in the United States:

              On 4 in May 1970, students at the University of Kent staged a protest against the invasion of American and South Vietnamese troops that began a few days before that in Cambodia. The authorities announced the cancellation of the rally. An Ohio National Guard unit arrived at the university with orders to disperse the demonstrators. For unknown reasons, the guards opened fire on the crowd, resulting in the death of 4 and the injuries of 9 students. Students over the body of Jeffrey Miller. Photographer John Filo received the Pulitzer Prize for this shot.

              http://vk.com/feed?z=photo-43738745_315909512%2Fwall3447782_12324 - цинк

              PS. That's canceled so canceled.
              But as you know, when the KGB disperses in Moscow a picket of those who disagree with the entry of Warsaw Treaty Organization troops into Czechoslovakia, this is totalitarianism and tyranny. And if in the USA the opponents of the war in Indochina are killed, it is freedom and democracy.
              And somehow the KGB did not think of wetting the dissidents right on the streets of Moscow.
              1. VOLCHOXURAL
                VOLCHOXURAL 11 November 2013 19: 31
                +6
                Karlsonn: And here's what they did with dissidents in the USA:
                It is what it is!!! hi And a couple of generations earlier, demonstrations of workers were shot from machine guns (how to cross)! And the lynching of blacks until the middle of the 20th century was in the order of things (normal practice especially in the south!) And in general, the pind.s.svsky scales fell apart from bones for a long time yes And someone from the naive believes that there is a better society! request Aw us type of tyranny, regimen, etc. fool
            2. Current 72
              Current 72 12 November 2013 02: 05
              0
              South Korea is possible, and Nizya is lowering North Korea !!!
      2. Abracadabra
        Abracadabra 11 November 2013 18: 19
        -12 qualifying.
        Quote: Karlsonn
        Yes, everything is fine with the North Koreans.


        OK? All dissidents, refugees and everyone who was there and saw with their own eyes means liars? Millions of starved to death, concentration camps in which entire families live .. A photo of Pyongyang is just for people like you, who are all God's dew. And where did you see dissidents in power in Russia? It is in the Czech Republic and Poland that the dissident became president, and in Russia, the former Stasi warden from Dresden, whom many unknowingly call the former intelligence officer.
        1. vadson
          vadson 11 November 2013 19: 23
          +9
          so for a second, not that millions as you say, but at least a few dead bodies from starvation in North Korea did you personally see? to talk about it like that.
          for a second, are you so compassionate? judging by the flag from germany? Do not tell me how much unemployment benefits in Germany? so for a second, stupidly GUIDING FOR THE FRONT? and if in sowing. If people don’t eat up to Korea, then why can't a well-fed, snickering Europe help the Koreans with food? so for a second.
          and dissidents cannot be in power; they are offended by the previous government. they’ll do this.
          but do not touch Putin, also for a second, he did not allow the collapse of my country. already worthy of respect for this
          1. Abracadabra
            Abracadabra 11 November 2013 20: 20
            -8
            I think you are n.p. you’ve seen very little in your life, and you draw your whole worldview from a zombie creator, but do you write about this? I’ve already read enough of those who saw this, and besides, in the 90s, in my opinion, the United States, or someone else, saved the North Koreans from hunger. I read refugees, freed, or exchanged, runaway Japanese, who have been kept there for decades .. That is, as you can see, I add my opinion to eyewitness accounts. You better provide material that you can trust that everyone lies. After all, what is your opinion based on? Or do you just think so, because there can be no hunger in the poor DPRK? And your pointless comment about social programs in Germany and Putin I do not even want to comment.
            1. vadson
              vadson 11 November 2013 21: 08
              +6
              saved? they themselves drove north Korea first with sanctions, and then SAVED !!! you have the brains of Western propaganda washed like a sandblast
            2. Victor-M
              Victor-M 11 November 2013 22: 18
              +2
              Quote: Abra Kadabra
              I think you are n.p. you’ve seen very little in your life, and you draw your whole worldview from a zombie creator, but do you write about this? I’ve already read enough of those who saw this, and besides, in the 90s, in my opinion, the United States, or who saved the North Koreans from hunger. I read refugees, freed, or exchanged, runaway Japanese, who have been kept there for decades .. That is, as you can see, I add my opinion to eyewitness accounts.

              Hard case. Read better "blame the pooh" or something else from childhood (except for Gary Potter), there are more positives.
              1. Abracadabra
                Abracadabra 11 November 2013 22: 35
                -2
                You and others like you just read this, and then write comments, under the influence of what they read :))
                1. Victor-M
                  Victor-M 11 November 2013 22: 55
                  +5
                  Quote: Abra Kadabra
                  You and others like you just read this, and then write comments, under the influence of what they read :))

                  Yes, I read to children at night, and then I myself sleep normally, calmly.
        2. Karlsonn
          Karlsonn 11 November 2013 19: 53
          +4
          Quote: Abra Kadabra
          OK? All dissidents, refugees and everyone who was there and saw with their own eyes means liars?


          We have a refugee, Viktor Suvorov writes books under a pseudonym, they believe him purely illiterate and uneducated people, believe refugees and dissidents further.

          Quote: Abra Kadabra
          Millions of starved to death, concentration camps in which entire families live ..


          Well, you can tell me about hunger, and about the camps - I’m willing to listen (I love fairy tales from those who heard the ringing, but don’t know where he is).

          Quote: Abra Kadabra
          A photo of Pyongyang is just for people like you, who are all God's dew.


          A young man to be rude to strangers means to sign his own inferiority.

          Quote: Abra Kadabra
          And where did you see dissidents in power in Russia?


          Sakharov on the podium remember?

          Quote: Abra Kadabra
          and in Russia, a former stasi warden from Dresden, whom many unknowingly call a former intelligence officer.


          That’s your whole point, that’s it.

          The authorities of a democratic South Korea used tanks against their citizens. This is a fact, but there are no such facts about North Korea.
          In South Korea, you can sit down for a positive remark about the DPRK in the social networks IT IS FACT, but total hell is certainly in North Korea.

          Tanks on the streets of Gwangju, South Korea.
          1. Abracadabra
            Abracadabra 11 November 2013 20: 30
            -6
            And you also have Kurginyan, Starikov and another carriage and a cart of lying obscurantists, and only they flicker on the screens of a zombie creature. But to them you have no questions as I see. There is a book about the camps from a man who grew up there, together with his family and who managed to escape from this hell. The name of the guy is Shin Dong-hyuk, you can search. This is one of the other thousands of examples and for some reason everyone is talking about similar things. If you also have some links that refute this, then let's share, do not be shy. And your personal opinion, because just you think so, few people are interested. It would be injurious to exhibit pictures of some high-rise buildings, as proof of an acceptable standard of living in the DPRK, you would have put Kimov’s mansions and their nomenclature as an example. What is your comment on the authorities of the DPRK and South Korea in general? You look at the standard of living and do not write nonsense.
            1. Karlsonn
              Karlsonn 11 November 2013 21: 33
              +8
              Quote: Abra Kadabra
              And you also have Kurginyan, Starikov and another carriage and a cart of lying obscurantists, and only they flicker on the screens of the zombie.


              With what joy did you suddenly decide to fantasize on my account and ascribe to me sympathy for Kurginyan, Starikov and someone else?

              Quote: Abra Kadabra
              But to them you have no questions as I see.


              What personal questions should I have for these gentlemen? request

              Quote: Abra Kadabra
              There is a book about the camps from a man who grew up there, together with his family and who managed to escape from this hell. The name of the guy is Shin Dong-hyuk, you can search.


              There is a book "The Gulag Archipelago" is a very terrible book, it is a pity that it has nothing to do with reality.

              Quote: Abra Kadabra
              If you also have some links that refute this, then let's share, do not be shy.


              I have not read this book, I am absolutely not sure that it is true, who Shin Dong-hyuk is, whether he is Korean, he wrote the truth or wrote tales - I can’t check, I don’t think it is necessary to refute this.

              Quote: Abra Kadabra
              And your personal opinion, because just you think so, few people are interested.


              Well, you argue with me, there were people who plus-nosed --- which is characteristic of me, so your opinion and your views are not right.


              Quote: Abra Kadabra
              It’s damaging to exhibit pictures of some high-rise buildings, as proof of an acceptable standard of living in the DPRK


              One more time:
              - it is flawed to be rude to strangers how you do it.

              Quote: Abra Kadabra
              What is your comment on the authorities of the DPRK and South Korea in general?


              What can I do if you are not able to absorb information?

              Quote: Abra Kadabra
              You look at the standard of living and do not write nonsense.


              You write nonsense, it is important for you the level of consumption, I pointed out to you the facts of using the army against residents of South Korean cities, I could tell you about mass demonstrations of protest against torture by the police and special services of South Korea of ​​dissenters, about military coups and military junta in South Korea, a lot of things ...
              I just think I’ll waste my time, after the phrase about the standard of living everything became clear.
              Regards Karlsonn
              Arivederchi! hi
              1. Abracadabra
                Abracadabra 11 November 2013 23: 00
                -4
                The Gulag archipelago was written by the person who was there, he himself experienced everything. And who exactly are you? Did you go through this too? Yes? And if not, then who are you then, if you say such things? The same thing about Shin Dong-hyuk, you did not even bother to see who it is and what he writes about. And again, the person who stayed there from 6 years to 24x, until he was able to escape, who describes everything in detail. I and many millions who have read and other similar stories believe him, but I don’t understand your motivation. And anyway, you weren’t close there and who cares whether you believe him or not? Your stupid examples of the use of force in South Korea, why? :) Moreover, you could tell me so much junk about the feisty South Korean military and about torture! Where are Kimam, with their weekly public executions, concentration camps and grass-eating insects and boiled skin by the Seberokoreans! :))) And you don’t know much about a decent living standard if you haven’t been to Russia, except for demagoguery on this occasion, which I have already heard more than once, but which does not change reality, I do not hope to hear anything new. And for the pluses, I sincerely congratulate you .., only they mean little, or rather, mean nothing.
                1. smile
                  smile 12 November 2013 02: 16
                  +3
                  Abracadabra
                  Yes, the Gulag was written by a person who was sitting ... without any information. It was he who lied to up to 60 million repressed. Even the rotten society "Memoreal", funded from abroad through NGOs, bashfully admits about 650 thousand executed - this is for the period from 21 to 53 years - the civil war ended, then the gangs. then the war, then the fascist underground in the Baltic states and Ukraine, supported from abroad ... but they couldn't dig more ... it turns out Sojenitsyn lied only a hundred times ... :)))
                  A good source of information ... most importantly reliable ... :))) Well, you only use these ... :)))) I have no doubt that your source is equally reliable, given that only South Korean dictators and their methods are unknown like you ... :)))

                  By the way, if you go through any prison in any country in any era, then in a private conversation the vast majority will tell you that they are as innocent as the lamb ... :)))
                  1. Ruslan67
                    Ruslan67 12 November 2013 02: 26
                    +4
                    Quote: smile
                    By the way, if you go through any prison in any country in any era, then in a private conversation the vast majority will tell you that they are as innocent as the lamb ... :)))

                    Toothy negative How dare you doubt the veracity of people for whom the rest of humanity is sheep that need to be cut am Not you tollerast request not tollerast wassat
                    1. smile
                      smile 12 November 2013 03: 05
                      0
                      Ruslan67
                      Shame on the Jungle! How dare I! Oh woe to me, the unworthy ... they don’t take such astronauts ... I’ll go to cry in the corner, wondering what fate is in store for me - who’s shut up with a drunk guy, who’s past the wine list?
                      :))))
                      1. Ruslan67
                        Ruslan67 12 November 2013 03: 09
                        +2
                        Not well, if you threaten our William Shakespeare, so to speak, Humming or not humming what Damn what's the trouble request laughing And if you go to a slightly serious language, still not tired of conducting an educational program among the students?
                      2. smile
                        smile 12 November 2013 03: 37
                        0
                        Ruslan67
                        The direct question is, the direct answer is tired. Tired of dying. Yes, and I do not like to swear.
                        But to read their nonsense for a quarter of a century in the media, I got tired even more. Never anywhere in tyrnet except VO have I written and am not going to. But I want at least there to be fewer of them ... If they even make fun of them, then they sometimes disappear, they bother ... or if they often write comments they are banned.
                        By the way, if there were none. I would write very few comments, I like to read more, and technical issues are absolutely not fundamental for me.
                      3. Ruslan67
                        Ruslan67 12 November 2013 03: 42
                        +3
                        Same crap request Do you want to chat with normal people on interesting issues and instead you have to push fool so that those of the young who come here would not think that the hematopoietics is Russia, and some then say that I take too much on myself publicly fool Well, what do you command me to do? what
                      4. smile
                        smile 12 November 2013 10: 59
                        0
                        Ruslan67
                        And what to do ... push! :))) And these "some" can go to ..., further away - often, by the way, this is what the supporters of the most seroponniks say, who cannot pick up the argumentation ... well, they get personal.
                        By the way, mind you, comrade Abra-Kadabra was banned fuck ... not in vain we did, we talked with him ... :)))
            2. Abracadabra
              Abracadabra 12 November 2013 03: 57
              0
              The only one who is rotten here is you, the insane trash bin. A miserable creature, a marshal (among nerds) .. I’m just too lazy and have no discussion with people like you here, there’s no sense .. You don’t discuss the insignificance of the Memorial and Solzhenitsyn! Who are you anyway? But as I already said, you and you are similar and-net balabol, a regular, attached to the Putensky system of loafers. I’m sure that none of you like, with the same brain, has never really worked, otherwise there would be a different attitude towards liars and thieves.
              1. Ruslan67
                Ruslan67 12 November 2013 04: 11
                +2
                Quote: Abra Kadabra
                , it's you, the rash of trash. Miserable creature

                Is your surname Паниковский? I'm not used to contacting the site administration with complaints request Moderators work professionally enough to track the transition to individuals and open insults to the future — not a hamie boy tongue you run into bully
      3. Current 72
        Current 72 12 November 2013 02: 14
        +2
        Please, Abra-Kadabra, stop verbiage, I'm already tired of minus you !!!
        1. Ruslan67
          Ruslan67 12 November 2013 02: 24
          +1
          Quote: Current 72
          I'm tired of minus you !!!

          So do not request Cons is for beginners sad Set out the arguments - and to whom to send the troll to the ban there will be without you hi
        2. Abracadabra
          Abracadabra 12 November 2013 03: 59
          -1
          Yes, at least get dirty ... like your club ..
  • Landwarrior
    Landwarrior 11 November 2013 12: 13
    +4
    Truce? We know these truces am .. First, they will provoke the army to open fire, and then other TV people show "Look, what a bad army! The truce was violated! Ah-ah-ah ...." am
  • Onotollah
    Onotollah 11 November 2013 12: 19
    +4
    I look at the Saudis spring begins.
    We did it, but how?
    1. Karlsonn
      Karlsonn 11 November 2013 13: 05
      +5
      Quote: Onotolle
      I look at the Saudis spring begins.
      We did it, but how?


      Democracy is at stake! Let’s be unforgettable !!!
      Saudi regime - must fall!
      Introduce the international military contingent!
      Judge the tyrant king in The Hague!
      Immediately introduce an unmanned zone in the airspace of Saudi Arabia!
      1. vadson
        vadson 11 November 2013 17: 05
        0
        the tyrant king us, he is to death
        1. Karlsonn
          Karlsonn 11 November 2013 17: 40
          +2
          Quote: vadson
          the tyrant king us, he is to death


          Putin just called up with Abdullah the other day ... request that kind of was not going to die. what
    2. Abracadabra
      Abracadabra 11 November 2013 18: 21
      -4
      Have you read carefully? It's about guest workers! There are more of them than the Saudis themselves. And the Saudis live well.
    3. Victor-M
      Victor-M 11 November 2013 22: 25
      +2
      Quote: Onotolle
      I look at the Saudis spring begins.
      We did it, but how?

      The "opposition" of Syria is more likely to help the brotherly people of Saudi Arabia.
  • 528Obrp
    528Obrp 11 November 2013 12: 23
    +6
    "Soon, Vilnius will be supplied at bargain prices withpgas "- in the sense of biogas. They have a lot of naughty people.
    1. Karlsonn
      Karlsonn 11 November 2013 13: 16
      13
      Quote: 528Obrp
      "Soon they will start supplying raw gas to Vilnius at bargain prices" - in the sense of biogas. They have a lot of secrets.


      If you wait a bit then there will be no shit ... the picture is about Latvia, but I do not think that the situation in Lithuania is radically different.
      1. 528Obrp
        528Obrp 11 November 2013 13: 29
        +2
        Quote: Karlsonn
        If you wait a bit then there will be no shit ... the picture is about Latvia, but I do not think that the situation in Lithuania is radically different.

        come out on der * mo.
        1. Karlsonn
          Karlsonn 11 November 2013 14: 10
          +5
          Quote: 528Obrp
          come out on der * mo.


          Everything is simpler, Europeans destroyed industry, for youth there is no work (as well as for non-youth), respectively, the Balts go to work in large numbers at fish factories in England, or wash out toilets in Portugal and try to cling to it with all their might, which results in a demographic crisis.

          1. Abracadabra
            Abracadabra 11 November 2013 18: 28
            -9
            Do not be embarrassed by your links from the zombie channel :)) Whatever it was, the Balts are comparing their situation with Europe, and not with Russia. In Russia, the standard of living is worse, health care, etc., but I’m not talking about legal protection at all.
            1. Karlsonn
              Karlsonn 11 November 2013 21: 42
              +3
              Quote: Abra Kadabra
              Do not disgrace your links from the zombokanal :))


              The figures of the demographic situation are not a secret for anyone, I personally was in Riga this year, at the moment it is better to live in Ukraine than in the Baltic states.

              Quote: Abra Kadabra
              Whatever it was, the Balts are comparing their situation with Europe, and not with Russia.


              That is why children in the Baltic States want to learn Russian. laughing


              Quote: Abra Kadabra
              In Russia, the standard of living is worse, health care, etc., but I’m not talking about legal protection at all.


              Oh really?
              Compare the industries of these countries?
              By the way, there are non-citizens in the Baltic countries - second-class people, officially, in Russia this is not.
              Officially, in the Baltic countries they support accomplices of German war criminals, but in Germany you can go to the bunk for that.

              Let you not personally pour out my personal fantasies to me.
              1. Abracadabra
                Abracadabra 11 November 2013 23: 12
                -1
                What children want to learn Russian? What kind of nonsense ?! :)) The children of the Russians living there, yes, this is everywhere wherever the Russians live. And they don’t need indigenous ones; they teach English, German and Scandinavian. Some sort of nationalists can call Russian people of the second grade. But on the other hand, if the Russians live there and do not want to learn the language, by this they themselves do not want to become full-fledged citizens, then it is clear why such a relationship. But the situation is certainly not simple. And yes, you know what a standard of living, health care? What does industry have to do with it? Then, according to your logic, the standard of living in the DPRK is even higher than in the Baltic states, is there also industry there? You were there and what, did you monitor all these topics there? :)) If you lived there, then there’s another conversation. I have friends from all 3 Baltic countries, they are very critical of problems, etc., yes, but they don’t even think about Russia, they compare it with Europe.
                1. VOLCHOXURAL
                  VOLCHOXURAL 11 November 2013 23: 42
                  +2
                  Quote: Abra Kadabra
                  What children want to learn Russian? What kind of nonsense ?! :)) The children of the Russians living there, yes, this is everywhere wherever the Russians live. And they don’t need indigenous ones; they teach English, German and Scandinavian.

                  According to the Estonian Ministry of Education and Science, as far back as 2002, Russian as a foreign language overtook German and French in popularity, losing only English. This situation persists now. In Estonian schools, more than 70% of students study Russian as a foreign language, of which about 8% as a first foreign language, the rest as a second.
                  1. Abracadabra
                    Abracadabra 12 November 2013 03: 42
                    0
                    "of which about 8% as the first foreign, the rest as the second."

                    I answered it myself .. And also answer, how many students learn more than 2 foreign languages?
            2. smile
              smile 12 November 2013 02: 30
              0
              Abracadabra
              That you do not disgrace, when was the last time there? :))) And my parents live in Klaipeda. :)))
              So, the decline in the population of Lithuania by a third does not mean anything? that out of less than three million people over 600 thousand migrant workers say nothing? Moreover, they work with various nannies and collectors of vegetables ... a plumber and a builder - the ultimate dream.
              Total corruption - the authorities do not recognize this, but the newspapers are just raging, and the people see it. They won’t do anything without a bribe. at all levels. Judges take bribes directly at the reception, we have not had this since the mid-nineties.
              Medicine has slipped to the level of the Stone Age, bribes are such that our doctors never dreamed of. repair teeth go to Belarus, to treat them I don’t have enough money ... blunders in general ... so don’t shame, don’t. :)))
              We already understood that you are a liar, but there is a limit to everything ... :)))
              1. Abracadabra
                Abracadabra 12 November 2013 03: 40
                -2
                And where are they, the lousy garbage can, in Russia or what? They are going to Europe, not to Russia! Because in Russia it’s even worse! And if there is corruption, then in Russia, thanks to the Leningrad Gebna, this is now a system. I have long understood that you are a lying, lured, dull troll.
                1. Ruslan67
                  Ruslan67 12 November 2013 03: 54
                  +2
                  Quote: Abra Kadabra
                  And where are they, the littering litter

                  Another desman on the site wassat Wanted a ban? Wellcome! fellow
      2. sergey32
        sergey32 11 November 2013 14: 18
        0
        I immediately saw a woman’s breast on the chart. What is characteristic, over time, they are farther from the peak - from the nipple.
        1. Karlsonn
          Karlsonn 11 November 2013 15: 54
          +4
          Quote: sergey32
          I immediately saw a woman’s breast on the chart. What is characteristic, over time, they are farther from the peak - from the nipple.


          The original interpretation.
      3. Abracadabra
        Abracadabra 11 November 2013 18: 24
        -9
        So what? Do you even know one Baltic who wants to go back to the USSR? And what will happen if suddenly visas between Russia and the EU, or the US opens? Anyone who wants and can work will be dumped, there will be only officials, drunks and garbage.
        1. Karlsonn
          Karlsonn 11 November 2013 21: 49
          +3
          Quote: Abra Kadabra
          Do you even know one Baltic who wants to go back to the USSR?


          I know and not one.

          Quote: Abra Kadabra
          And what will happen if suddenly visas between Russia and the EU, or the US opens?


          Are they closed now? Immediately the question:
          - How can I open a visa?
          - or close?

          Quote: Abra Kadabra
          Anyone who wants and can work will be dumped, there will be only officials, drunks and garbage.


          Personally, I feel great, I plan to finish my third higher education on the job. Fell somewhere after the flawed, who did not find the opportunity to live and work in their native country - not going to.
          Well, the fact that we will remain here

          Quote: Abra Kadabra
          there will be only officials, drunks and garbage


          these are your personal fantasies, maybe even a hidden desire, but this has nothing to do with reality.
          1. VOLCHOXURAL
            VOLCHOXURAL 11 November 2013 22: 00
            +3
            Quote: Karlsonn

            Quote: Abra Kadabra
            Do you even know one Baltic who wants to go back to the USSR?

            I know and not one.

            Personally, I feel great, I plan to finish my third higher education on the job. Fell somewhere after the flawed, who did not find the opportunity to live and work in their native country - not going to.
            Well, the fact that we will remain here


            I also know a couple of Baltic states in the Urals! I spat on you! fellow hi
  • Max otto
    Max otto 11 November 2013 12: 24
    11
    “When the head of the world's largest power establishes a“ red line ”and then publicly rejects his words or is forced to discard them by the will of his people or the senate, this is a very disturbing sign. And this is a serious blow to the reputation of the United States, which play a deterrent role both in the Middle East and around the world. ”

    The man said the word, the man took the word, what are you after this man? Therefore, Obama and do not respect, is not responsible for his words.
    1. NEMO
      NEMO 11 November 2013 13: 59
      +5
      Quote: Max Otto
      A man said a word, a man took a word, what kind of man are you after that? Therefore, Obama is not respectedis not responsible for his words.

      If the Man said - then the Man did,
      And if the Man said, but didn’t ...
      So He is PO SHU-TIL ... laughing
    2. Abracadabra
      Abracadabra 11 November 2013 18: 32
      -7
      But Obama doesn’t even lie like Putin live. And Putin often lies, because the zombie man controls and the people do not see rebuttals, or opponents. Lies + resource prices - this is what this regime holds on to.
      1. Victor-M
        Victor-M 11 November 2013 22: 38
        +4
        Quote: Abra Kadabra
        But Obama doesn’t even lie like Putin live. And Putin often lies, because the zombie man controls and the people do not see rebuttals, or opponents. Lies + resource prices - this is what this regime holds on to.

        Obama is a puppet, on whom nothing depends, and Putin is a man, said and did. For "you" there, the government decides a lot of things, they could not even adequately answer the scandal with the wiretapping, they groaned under their breath, cried into the pillow and okay ...
  • Gato
    Gato 11 November 2013 12: 42
    +4
    The material contains statements by opponents of the referendum. In their opinion, such questions cannot be submitted to a nationwide vote: after all, they concern the rights of minorities. The same opinion is held in the government.

    Curious logic. That is, the majority cannot make decisions regarding any "minorities" there. And who can? The government? Probably because it itself belongs to these minorities.
    1. vadson
      vadson 11 November 2013 17: 13
      +1
      there is another feature, it is written that more than half support the ban on marriage. the wording pins me. I, as a person with a technical education, immediately present figures in my head. according to what is written, you can imagine that against the roosters a little more than half, well, like 55-57%, like the rest 40% FOR. most likely the picture is completely different. somewhere there is a handful of nervous homosexuals, but most likely not even a percentage. and pro-Western locks push the next population of the country in sodom and gomor. Well, naturally IMHO.
    2. Mikhail3
      Mikhail3 11 November 2013 19: 20
      +2
      How do people manage to read such news and continue to believe in democracy ?! I personally can only explain this incredibly successful hassle. Only a fool can believe in the functionality of this wild idea. Democracy is IMPOSSIBLE! In essence, it cannot function; this contradicts elementary logic.
      As a result, tupar destroy their own state, trying to follow the inanimate mirage. Those who are smarter are embroiled in all sorts of deceptions in order to mimic how working systems are under the concept. But in this case, they quickly lose the main thing that makes a country a country - the trust of their people. The lie underlying all actions irreversibly burns their fruits. Whatever you do, everything will be perverted and hit you and the country. So the inventors of this poison always win ...
  • RussianRu
    RussianRu 11 November 2013 12: 42
    +1
    The material contains statements by opponents of the referendum. In their opinion, such questions cannot be submitted to a nationwide vote: after all, they concern the rights of minorities. The same opinion is held in the government.

    And what is democracy? Do liberals, democracy is also a relic of the past? Indeed, according to their dogmas, the individual must be above society. Oh Europe, Europe.
    1. Karlsonn
      Karlsonn 11 November 2013 13: 10
      +4
      Quote: Russian
      And what is democracy?


      In theory - the power of the people, this is when the sources of freedom of speech and of editors and journalists are not dragged away for questioning, who is their source, this is when personal freedom is guaranteed and a person cannot be kidnapped and shoved in Guantonamo without trial and investigation, this is when a person is being persecuted (surveillance, listening, searches) by law enforcement agencies is possible only by court order and so on.
      1. VOLCHOXURAL
        VOLCHOXURAL 11 November 2013 13: 38
        +3
        Quote: Karlsonn
        Quote: Russian
        And what is democracy?


        In theory - the power of the people, this is when the sources of freedom of speech and of editors and journalists are not dragged away for questioning, who is their source, this is when personal freedom is guaranteed and a person cannot be kidnapped and shoved in Guantonamo without trial and investigation, this is when a person is being persecuted (surveillance, listening, searches) by law enforcement agencies is possible only by court order and so on.
        All that - than in the West (USA and NATO) and will not pop !!! yes
        1. Karlsonn
          Karlsonn 11 November 2013 14: 14
          +5
          Quote: VOLCHONOKSURALA
          All that - than in the West (USA and NATO) and will not pop !!!


          There is plutocracy, the rule of the rich. While the USSR was the West was forced to spend on social services, now there is no need for this, in fact, this is the main reason for such a rapid destruction of the "middle class" in the United States and Europe.
          1. Abracadabra
            Abracadabra 11 November 2013 18: 38
            -5
            And what, are not spent anymore? And where in the west does the middle class disappear when the main income of countries comes from the middle class? The only thing that lately has been making more concessions to large concerns. And yet, if there is freedom of speech, elections and independent courts, then this is in the West.
            1. Karlsonn
              Karlsonn 11 November 2013 21: 53
              +2
              Quote: Abra Kadabra
              And where in the west does the middle class disappear when the main income of countries comes from the middle class?


              If you are not familiar with a science such as economics, ask.

              Quote: Abra Kadabra
              The only thing that lately has been making more concessions to large concerns.


              Purely lately wassat

              Quote: Abra Kadabra
              And yet, if there is freedom of speech, elections and independent courts, then this is in the West.


              Have you personally been there? Or did they all learn from films? Do you know anything about the Patriotic Act? Have you heard of Snowden or Guantonamo?
  • igordok
    igordok 11 November 2013 13: 00
    +1
    The material contains statements by opponents of the referendum. In their opinion, such issues should not be put to a popular vote: they relate to minority rights.

    This will not be democracy, but polity (majority power). And who allowed you to abandon democracy. Jogging march to DEMOCRACY.
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  • Gato
    Gato 11 November 2013 13: 00
    0
    for establishing democratic principles of government in the country along with the Islamic model of society

    .
    rebels execute parliamentarian Majjem al-Sahu, whom they kidnapped earlier this year

    No comment.
  • MG42
    MG42 11 November 2013 13: 07
    +4
    Consul of the Russian Federation: Ukrainians will travel to Russia without visas, but perhaps for passports
    So, according to Vyacheslav Svetlichniy, Consul General of Russia in Crimea, Russia is not going to introduce a visa regime for Ukraine, but it is quite possible that Ukrainians will travel to the territory of the Russian Federation according to their international passports

    Source: http://ru.golos.ua/politika/13_11_10_konsul_rf_ukraintsyi_budut_ezdit_v_rossiyu_
    bez_viz_no_vozmojno_po_zagranpas

    Romania: “King, come back!” A demonstration was held in the Romanian capital demanding a referendum on the restoration of the monarchy in the country

    Also in Romania there have recently been massive protests against shale gas production and environmental pollution, it's not that in Ukraine everyone is silent in a rag ..
    1. Karlsonn
      Karlsonn 11 November 2013 13: 31
      +2
      Quote: MG42
      Also in Romania there have recently been massive protests against shale gas production and environmental pollution, it's not that in Ukraine everyone is silent in a rag ..


      Romania essentially won the territorial dispute in Ukraine in the 2008 in The Hague, they do not need shale gas in the near future and they don’t need any figs, enough of the usual one that will be extracted from the shelf, which was sued from Ukraine.
      1. MG42
        MG42 11 November 2013 13: 40
        +6
        We are not talking about the shelf, there, right next to the settlements, the Americans want to set up towers ..
        Romanians have opposed plans by the American energy giant Chevron to develop environmentally hazardous shale gas deposits right below their homes. Protests of the population, who blocked access to the workplace, and thousands of demonstrators on the streets of Bucharest >>

        1. Karlsonn
          Karlsonn 11 November 2013 14: 16
          +4
          Quote: MG42
          We are not talking about the shelf, there, right next to the settlements, the Americans want to set up towers ..


          Evano did not know.
          Amer respect, why mine in the US, when you can drill in Romania. wassat
  • HollyGremlin
    HollyGremlin 11 November 2013 13: 15
    +1
    "The United States playing a deterrent role" is quite right. They hold back economic growth, conflict resolution, and arms reduction. And they still have a lot of red ribbons, if you can tear the flag.
  • Gato
    Gato 11 November 2013 13: 17
    +3
    Polonsky and his two friends, being intoxicated and threatening with knives to the crew of a pleasure boat, locked them in the hold, and later forced to jump into the water.
    <...>
    Polonsky wrote several letters from the camera to the king of Cambodia, promising to make serious investments in the country's economy
    <...>
    According to the investigation, the accused “stole more than 5,7 billion rubles from the participants in the shared construction of the Kutuzovskaya Milya residential complex. More than eighty citizens were recognized as victims of his actions.

    ... Now the king of Cambodia may also be added to the victims.
    Jack Sparrow is resting.
    1. HollyGremlin
      HollyGremlin 11 November 2013 16: 18
      +4
      Wow, did not immediately pay attention. If he stole about 6 billion from 80 people, then each of them had approximately 75 million. Probably without exception, poor and honest officials, but I think why they are looking for him.
      1. Gato
        Gato 11 November 2013 21: 40
        0
        Quote: HollyGremlin
        Probably without exception, poor and honest officials

        Honestly, I don’t know who lives in the Kutuzovskaya area. Maybe "honest" officials, and maybe normal people. About 80 citizens are probably normal people who have applied.
  • Gato
    Gato 11 November 2013 13: 25
    +3
    most of the executed were accused of watching forbidden television programs. Some were charged with prostitution.

    Well, watching some of the channels on our TV can also be equated with prostitution. True, we have not yet been executed for this - but in vain. wassat
    1. vadson
      vadson 11 November 2013 17: 20
      +3
      you tell me the carcass, the current through the org glass. and then saliva throws. lol he recently seemed to argue with Romanov and offered to legalize prostitution.
      1. Karlsonn
        Karlsonn 11 November 2013 17: 42
        +1
        Quote: vadson
        he recently seemed to argue with Romanov and offered to legalize prostitution.


        And what's bad?
        1. Gato
          Gato 11 November 2013 19: 39
          +3
          Quote: Karlsonn
          And what's bad?

          And I am for the legalization of prostitution. I am against the media.
          Why is it legal to fuck brains for money, but everything else - no? wassat
      2. Gato
        Gato 11 November 2013 21: 53
        0
        Quote: vadson
        offered to legalize prostitution.

        I also propose to equate the profession of a journalist with the most ancient one. And also (as before the revolution) issue tickets of the corresponding color.
        REM: This does not apply to the authors of this site, since they do not receive money for their work, but only our respect drinks
  • VOLCHOXURAL
    VOLCHOXURAL 11 November 2013 13: 31
    0
    Cracking Libya: On Friday, a group of rebels seized the port of Tobruk in the east, through which the country's national oil corporation delivers oil to Europe. A number of other oil ports were also captured.
    It’s interesting - who decided to block the NATO’s vein? (Arab spring - reverse?)winked
    1. Karlsonn
      Karlsonn 11 November 2013 14: 20
      +4
      Quote: VOLCHONOKSURALA
      It’s interesting - who decided to block the NATO’s vein? (Arab spring - reverse?)


      It was the insurgents who rushed in vain, and they, as insurgents in Mali from the category of "fighters for democracy", will be vividly reclassified into the category of "international terrorists."

      They are not joking with American oil.
      1. VOLCHOXURAL
        VOLCHOXURAL 11 November 2013 15: 28
        0
        They are not joking with American oil.
        So yes, it’s just interesting, what if it’s from someone’s filing? Iranians, il (what the hell is not joking) ours, il Chinese in general - do they have a genuine interest in African resources? what As Stalin used to say - if some actions have political consequences, then you must definitely look for who benefits from it (not verbatim, but something like that)
        1. Karlsonn
          Karlsonn 11 November 2013 16: 05
          +2
          Quote: VOLCHONOKSURALA
          So yes, it’s just interesting, what if it’s from someone’s filing?


          Apparently, the local initiative in Mali, the rebels themselves also wanted to steer resources (part of the Malian rebels just before that they liberated Libya under the leadership of military experts from England and France), but the French foreign legion vividly and bluntly interrupted everyone who pulled playful pens to French resources, which, purely by mistake, ended up in the Malian bowels.


          Quote: VOLCHONOKSURALA
          then you need to look for someone who is profitable (not verbatim, but something like that)


          I suspect that this.
          1. Migari
            Migari 11 November 2013 17: 44
            +2
            Already found, now there is complete democracy.
  • IRBIS
    IRBIS 11 November 2013 13: 41
    +5
    "Mr. Obama, for example, with his record low rating, risks going down in history as the worst president in the United States."

    It is necessary - the first Negro president and so screwed up! Well, to lead a country is not to exploit skin color in political interests. In Russia, for example, this does not roll at all. Now the Americans have to choose a woman as president and they are likely to do so. Guess two times, whom?
    1. Landwarrior
      Landwarrior 11 November 2013 13: 50
      +2
      Quote: IRBIS
      Guess two times, whom?

      Older one-legged black lesbian? what
      wassat
      Just kidding, of course. There’s nothing to guess wink
      1. d1m1drol
        d1m1drol 11 November 2013 14: 15
        0
        God forbid!
      2. IRBIS
        IRBIS 11 November 2013 14: 29
        +2
        Quote: Landwarrior
        Older one-legged black lesbian?

        Yeah! Still of Jewish origin and pregnant. Moreover, she conceived on the Sabbath of LGBT from a drunk homosexual.
      3. HollyGremlin
        HollyGremlin 11 November 2013 16: 22
        0
        By the way, Obama reminds me very much of the “first citizen” Lynette from fallout2 (also black and also leads the democratization of ghouls)
    2. Karlsonn
      Karlsonn 11 November 2013 14: 28
      +3
      Quote: IRBIS
      It is necessary - the first Negro president and so screwed up!


      Did not live up to the expectations of millions!

      But seriously, it doesn’t matter who the president is, it’s not he who steers.
    3. vadson
      vadson 11 November 2013 17: 22
      +1
      Quote: IRBIS
      "Mr. Obama, for example, with his record low rating, risks going down in history as the worst president in the United States."

      It is necessary - the first Negro president and so screwed up! Well, to lead a country is not to exploit skin color in political interests. In Russia, for example, this does not roll at all. Now the Americans have to choose a woman as president and they are likely to do so. Guess two times, whom?

      Lewinsky, Monica. not?
      1. samoletil18
        samoletil18 12 November 2013 11: 00
        0
        Lewinsky, Monica. not?

        world's first condom woman (Condoleezza Rice)?
  • Tyumen
    Tyumen 11 November 2013 14: 08
    +1
    Was the Iranian deputy minister traveling with whom? Did I bomb in my free time?
    1. Karlsonn
      Karlsonn 11 November 2013 16: 23
      0
      Quote: Tyumen
      Was the Iranian deputy minister traveling with whom? Did I bomb in my free time?


      It is reported from the field that the minister was getting into his car, where the killer was already waiting for him.
      1. alone
        alone 11 November 2013 21: 28
        +3
        strange things are happening in Iran. they’re killing nuclear scientists, they recently killed a general IRGC, who was responsible for the production of long-range ballistic missiles, now the deputy minister of industry is killed. and where are the Iranian special services looking? why are such necessary people not provided with security?
  • Luga
    Luga 11 November 2013 14: 17
    +6
    Hello everybody.

    I am glad that at least something settles down in Syria, even a short pause will give a very necessary respite to those who do not fight and do not want. However, there is reason to believe that this pause indicates an exacerbation of internal contradictions among the bearded, which means that the end of the war is probably close. Regarding the Syrian fruit - I do not believe anyone. I’ll see Syrian oranges or olives in St. Petersburg - I’ll certainly buy it, but I won’t be sure until the end that I will go to Damascus, and not to Tel Aviv. smile

    Snowden as an al-Qaida agent.
    Three haha ​​four times. If Comrade Snowden had the opportunity to establish contacts with al-Qaeda, it was only at his former place of work. Not from Moscow in any way.

    Iran.
    Honestly, I am far from the idea that it is in our interests to help this state in every way. At the moment, our interests overlap, but this will not always be the case. Iran has pronounced claims for hegemony in the region, given its industrial potential, geographical location and extreme religiosity. In the near future, we can get something that is not at our borders that’s pretty, and even with nuclear weapons and their means of delivery. It is in Russia's interests (on the Iranian issue) that there is order, that they are rich and well fed (will not envy neighbors) and are strong enough militarily to oppose any state in the region, except, of course, super powers. That is, the situation that exists now. Let it remain so.

    Pogrom in Riyadh.
    This is great. To make a short, vivid video about this and show it before each meeting of the State Duma and the Federation Council. To remember.

    The issue of "same-sex" in Croatia.
    Another country raised a pi.dorny question. I sincerely rejoice that it was in Russia that this issue was decided before everyone else, I hope that we will have more allies in this struggle.

    Dialogue in the Asia-Pacific. Russia and Vietnam.
    Russia's foreign policy activity in this region, in my opinion, after the Middle East is the most important issue. And in the long run - generally the most important. Our constant presence there in all areas - military, political, economic, cultural, etc. - a guarantee that we will not fall to the sidelines of world politics, whatever happens with the geyropa, which, with its tolerance, in my opinion, has already worked out itself and will soon become the scene of the battle between Arabs and blacks for the right to pee from the Eiffel Tower, Cologne Cathedral or from the window of Buckingham Palace.

    Arrests and wanderings of Mr. Polonsky.
    I want to hear two more news about this gentleman. The first - sentenced to 10 years. The second - a year after complete imprisonment, having set free, committed suicide. However, I am ready to hear such news about half of those who are now shown on television.

    What Navalny is far from.
    Personally, what interests me most is not what he is far from, but what he is closer to and whether this place is a prison. Everything else - as in the commentary on Polonsky. smile

    Responsible for the "red lines".
    In my opinion, Western politicians are already struggling to answer for the line that divides them in half. She is red or not, I do not know, but judging by their desire for tolerance, she is clearly in danger.
  • bear
    bear 11 November 2013 15: 10
    +4
    Syrian letter
    I will definitely support the Syrians
  • Budilnik
    Budilnik 11 November 2013 15: 48
    +1
    Mossad again stained his hands with blood. I think that we have no less Mossad agents and at any time they can get a team for shares like Iranian ones.
    1. Karlsonn
      Karlsonn 11 November 2013 16: 31
      +2
      Quote: Budilnik
      I think that we have no less Mossad agents and at any time they can get a team for shares like Iranian ones.


      Unlike Iran, we have enough vigorous loaves, so we may not understand the murders of our ministers.
      1. Valentine
        Valentine 11 November 2013 23: 41
        0
        There is a soft sign in the word "vigil" at the end. Bdysch is she, feminine (bomb).
  • Keeper
    Keeper 11 November 2013 21: 11
    +1
    Just wondering if O'bama is the worst-rated president in America, then what X is he going to run for the next term ?! Trying to appear successful ?! It seems to me that a lesbian from Mexico should become the next president in America ... - this has not happened there yet))
  • voliador
    voliador 11 November 2013 22: 47
    0
    US Assistant Secretary of State Wendy Sherman arrived in Jerusalem yesterday to negotiate with the Israeli leadership on the Iranian nuclear program. This was reported by the State Department, reports corr. RIA Novosti Aleksey Bogdanovsky.

    The State Department said in a statement: “She will consult with colleagues from the Israeli government on the Six talks in Geneva as part of our coordinated efforts with Israel to prevent Iran from getting nuclear weapons.”


    Well, how could one do without Jews laughing ?
  • voliador
    voliador 11 November 2013 22: 53
    +2
    “The Kremlin is losing control of the nationalist movement that it helped create”

    Why are you silent about Al Qaeda? and about who created it.
  • starhina01
    starhina01 12 November 2013 00: 06
    0
    pretty informative article yes I think by the new year tangerines from Syria to St. Petersburg will be able to deliver what I would love to try hi Romanians are also pranksters they would still have introduced a primitive system laughing DPRK is somehow tough in my opinion or there are very specific incorrigible kosyachniki belay
  • Antas
    Antas 12 November 2013 01: 38
    0
    I personally will definitely buy Syrian tangerines if I see them on sale.
  • samoletil18
    samoletil18 12 November 2013 10: 49
    0

    However, they are deeply disturbed by what is happening now, as it seems to them, the influx of migrants, as well as the rising crime that they associate with it. Many people think - despite the facts that indicate the opposite - that non-Russian citizens of the Russian Federation are in a privileged position, and ethnic Russians are discriminated. "

    Wow! It turns out I think so! And it seems to me? (!)
    Durak you uncle! I, like everyone else, see it with my own eyes.
    And the author, on the contrary, well done! And + him
  • samoletil18
    samoletil18 12 November 2013 10: 54
    0
    Regarding Syrian fruits: I will buy.
  • samoletil18
    samoletil18 12 November 2013 11: 05
    0
    Obama, for example, with its record low rating, is at risk of making history as the worst president of the United States.

    Personally, I will be happy to support him in this.
  • datur
    datur 12 November 2013 13: 57
    0
    mustache, my MOMMA- decided to cook Lard !!!!! But MOT says, they will stop supplying, you understand European prices! fellow