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Tsar Vladimir does not give rest to America

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Recently, Bernard L. Weinstein published in "The Hill" an article entitled “How to dethrone King Vladimir” (“How to overthrow Tsar Vladimir”). The expert proposed different options for throwing Putin from the throne, starting with the boycott of vodka and ending with exporting liquefied natural gas produced in shale to Europe. On this article noticed French comrade Alexander Latsa, who has been living in Russia since 2008 and is leading the blog alexandrelatsa.ru.


Tsar Vladimir does not give rest to America


At the very beginning of his article, Bernard L. Weinstein notes with displeasure that Putin is enjoying the weakening of the US position, especially in Syria and in other regions of the Middle East. Can Obama do what to throw off Tsar Vladimir from the throne? Can you organize a boycott of Russian products like Stolichnaya? But this vodka is bottled somewhere in Latvia (the pro-Western republic, by the way). As for Russian caviar, its sales have already been declining in the USA for many years, the author notes.

No, there is another way: America can drive Putin out of his familiar place by exporting oil and gas.

In the 2011 year, the author claims, the United States overtook Russia and became the number one producer of natural gas on the planet. Thanks to shale boom, Weinstein is sure, America should also become the largest oil-producing country.

The author explains to the government how to do everything.

By exporting liquefied natural gas from the United States to Europe and Asia, he writes, the United States will crush Gazprom, which reigns in these markets.

In parallel with the export, shale extraction technologies should be transferred to China, Poland and other countries with significant shale resources: this will reduce their dependence on Russian gas.

At the same time, all this will give impetus to the development of the energy sector of America.

True, there is a discrepancy. And then the author goes to Obama.

The fact is that the current President of the United States naturally fights with fossil fuels. However, in order to overthrow Putin, the president will have to speed up the issuance of permits for export terminals of natural gas, lift the ban on oil exports, retreat from the call for higher taxes on the oil and gas industry sectors.

Alexander Latsa considers the idea of ​​overthrowing Putin absurd. However, notes that the energy war with Russia is already underway.

In principle, Comrade Lutz did not say anything new, but his arguments must be repeated if only because repetition is the mother of learning.

The analyst considers the war of gas pipelines in Europe to be the first stage of the energy confrontation. Its goal is to deprive Russia of the status of a major European supplier. During the energy crisis of 2006, Ukraine blocked transit through its territory and caused damage to Russian supplies to Western Europe, reminds Latsa. However, the result of this strategy is known. Bypass "streams" appeared: "Northern" and "Southern". They nullified the influence of transit countries.

The second stage is the war in Syria. There, actions are being conducted against the construction of energy facilities under the Iran-Iraqi-Syrian control (Shiite project), which will allow Iran to sell raw materials in Europe. The Pentagon also approved a competing Sunni project designed to deliver Qatari gas to Europe through Saudi Arabia, Syria and Turkey.

The problem with the aggressors is that Qatar and Saudi Arabia did not defeat Assad. The Iranian map was also not a bit. Turkey recently made it clear that it could reconsider its geostrategic priorities.

Obviously, the separation of Saudi Arabia from the United States must be added to the analytics of Latsa, despite Washington’s assurances of a permanent partnership. Obama abandoned the idea to shower Syria with Tomahawks, and Saudi Arabia was not on her way. But it was on the way with Israel, which, in turn, didn’t like Obama’s peaceful attitude towards Iran.

It should be noted that Kiev did not sign an association agreement with Brussels, which made the international community recognize the influence of Russia and begin to inspire the protesters on Maidan, pushing them towards a new “orange revolution”.

As for shale euphoria, it will soon come to an end. This was announced to the world community in OPEC, Oleg Obukhov reports ("Voice of Russia").

Maximum 5 years - and the American shale revolution will order to live long. OPEC research has shown that in many shale oil fields in the United States, production volumes are declining. In some areas there has been a sharp decline - more than half.

And indeed, by 2018, only illusions will remain of the effect, notes the director of the analytical department of Alpari, Alexander Razuvaev:

“Well operation, in contrast to traditional drilling, continues for a rather short period of time. That is, they will have a maximum production, and then a landslide drop in volume. In the short term, they wanted to greatly reduce their dependence on supplies from the Middle East, they will succeed. They tried their technology. It turned out that they are not so profitable. ”


In addition, American environmentalists are sounding the alarm: drilling rocks will lead to contamination of underground sources of drinking water. Plus, the threat of earthquakes in seismically active regions of the United States is increasing.

To this must be added one more thing.

At the congress “New Industry” in Warsaw, a specialist in the field of mining, professor Stanislav Rykhlitsky intelligibly explained: Only to obtain an estimate of shale gas reserves, the Republic of Poland will need an amount over 4 billion dollars.

At the same time, the “shale revolution” in Poland has been going on for more than two years. In 2011, Warsaw was inspired by simple predictions. Volumes of shale gas reserves, according to the assumption of American experts, were counted five trillion cubic meters and were considered the largest in Europe. But according to the latest estimates of the Polish experts, the number turned out to be much smaller: a total of 768 billion.

Now Poland is talking about the simplification of environmental barriers to shale gas. Meanwhile, the European Parliament just requires additional expertise - due to high environmental risks. And Germany and Britain banned shale mining altogether.

You can, of course, assume that the White House began to partially implement the advice of the wise Weinstein. An agreement in Geneva with Tehran six months later can be replaced by the complete lifting of sanctions - and then the Iranian oil flows that will flood the world market will lower the market prices for "black gold", which will inevitably hit Russia's raw material interests. On the other hand, Iran is the first competitor of Saudi Arabia, and Saudi Arabia is a longtime ally of the United States and the oldest participant in the petrodollar deal. As for Iran, he agrees to sell oil at least for the Turkish lira, at least for the yuan, at least by barter. However, in modern realities, he will have to mostly sell oil for dollars: it is in dollars that oil is traded on exchanges.

In his article, Weinstein forgot to say (or rather regret) one thing - that Western advisers in the XXI century no longer have the strength that they had at the end of the XX century. At that time (and even more so in the last years of Gorbachev’s rule) many Russians thought that the United States was the kings and gods of this world, and they would play the role of Prometheus, bring fire to the wild Russian people. For some reason, the Russian people quickly forgot what kind of fire the White House was used to carrying: napalm, Agent Orange, and cluster bombs. Later, depleted uranium was used in Iraq.

The fact that the unipolar world after the Cold War did not last long is what the American analyst regrets between the lines. The fact that the Russians somehow quickly came to their senses, and the United States somehow quickly weakened - this is what he grieves about.

But shale "recipe" will not help Washington.

Leave your plans, Mr. Weinstein. Advise Obama better to deal with internal problems.

After all, according to the latest polling center “Pugh”, 52% of Americans believe that the US needs to “deal with its own affairs and let other countries solve their problems on their own.” And 70% of respondents said that the United States does not enjoy such respect in the world as in the old days.

So Mr. Weinstein must regret that the United States has so far pursued such an aggressive policy in the world and that, as a result, its own people began to speak out against the American state.

When the USSR was on the planet, there was a lot of talk about friendship between nations and fraternity in the world. When the Soviet Union was gone, and Washington and its European allies fueled the world for a while, the international community was accustomed to the notion of "partners." The word “friendship” from the international diplomatic lexicon has disappeared almost everywhere. And today, like Weinstein, it does not even occur to us that Russia is not at all an enemy of Europe or America. She threatens no one. She just sells gas, and she sells it because she has it. Obama for a couple with McFaul could not offer Moscow anything except the “Peregruzka” button. Russia of the 21st century will enter history as a country that prevented the Tomahawk massacre in Syria. Learn, Mr. Weinstein, study, Mr. Obama.

Observed and translated by Oleg Chuvakin
- especially for topwar.ru
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  1. Alexander Romanov
    Alexander Romanov 5 December 2013 07: 32
    53
    Probably the only one who will support Mr. Weinstein on our website will be Yarosvet, that's who dreams, so dreams to overthrow Putin wassat
    1. j iz sibiri
      j iz sibiri 5 December 2013 07: 37
      -138 qualifying.
      topple Putin smile
      1. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov 5 December 2013 08: 05
        36
        Quote: j iz sibiri
        topple Putin

        You will sweat to wait, although you will not be bored to wait, there are already three of you laughing
        1. Vadivak
          Vadivak 5 December 2013 09: 36
          22
          Quote: ...
          Tsar Vladimir


          Romanov is great, how do you like the prospect? Your dynasty seems to be finally leaving the stage smile
          1. Alexander Romanov
            Alexander Romanov 5 December 2013 09: 41
            19
            Quote: Vadivak

            Romanov is great, how do you like the prospect?

            Yes, I would have to buy a new car next year, that's all my ambitions request
            Hi Vadim hi
            1. Apollo
              Apollo 5 December 2013 09: 58
              +6
              Quote: Alexander Romanov
              Yes, I would buy a new car next year

              me too, take this one you will not lose
              1. Alexander Romanov
                Alexander Romanov 5 December 2013 10: 04
                +9
                Quote: Apollon

                me too, take this one you will not lose

                Not Apollo, Mark X, and Nothing Else hi
                1. VAF
                  VAF 5 December 2013 12: 10
                  10
                  Quote: Alexander Romanov
                  Mark x


                  Sanya, hi! I agree Mark (any) is good. But not left-handed, it’s necessary to remake it in classics.!
                  1. Apollo
                    Apollo 5 December 2013 12: 19
                    +3
                    Quote: vaf
                    Sanya, hi! I agree Mark (any) is good. But not left-handed, it’s necessary to remake it in classics.!

                    Maybe Alexander .... left-handed ?!
                    Good day, dear Sergey hi
                    1. pawel1961
                      pawel1961 5 December 2013 22: 20
                      -1
                      Do you even remember what a classic is?
                    2. ele1285
                      ele1285 6 December 2013 18: 23
                      0
                      Musaget, maybe our auto industry is still better? T-80 is not bad at all, and T-90 too. Register in the traffic police, numbers and go.
                  2. stalkerwalker
                    stalkerwalker 5 December 2013 13: 08
                    +4
                    Quote: vaf
                    Sanya, hi! I agree Mark (any) is good. But not left-handed, it’s necessary to remake it in classics.!

                    I beg your pardon, gentlemen, motorists!
                    On overtaking, on "krivorukoy" - how to play roulette - lucky or unlucky. wassat
                    1. Alexander Romanov
                      Alexander Romanov 5 December 2013 13: 21
                      +9
                      Quote: stalkerwalker
                      On overtaking, on "krivorukoy" - how to play roulette - lucky or unlucky.

                      How many accidents when overtaking with left-handed cars? If the gasket between the steering wheel and the seat is bad, it doesn’t matter which side of the steering wheel recourse
                      1. stalkerwalker
                        stalkerwalker 5 December 2013 13: 43
                        10
                        Quote: Alexander Romanov
                        If the gasket between the steering wheel and the seat is bad, it doesn’t matter which side of the steering wheel

                        I agree.
                        But.
                        He drove with a crooked wheel. After one overtaking, he sold the car, drank the money. From happiness. What remained alive. laughing
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                    2. BIGLESHIY
                      BIGLESHIY 5 December 2013 15: 10
                      +7
                      Quote: stalkerwalker

                      I beg your pardon, gentlemen, motorists!
                      On overtaking, on "krivorukoy" - how to play roulette - lucky or unlucky. wassat

                      By the way, according to statistics in the Far East region, taxi drivers with left-handed cars have the most accidents, while right-handed people are several times more.
                      1. AlNikolaich
                        AlNikolaich 5 December 2013 21: 59
                        +3
                        Quote: BIGLESHIY
                        By the way, according to statistics in the Far East region, taxi drivers with left-handed cars have the most accidents, while right-handed people are several times more.

                        So, taxi drivers in any region and on any car have more accidents! Today I went to the clinic for a medical certificate, to replace my license. Almost "sentenced"
                        one taxi driver ... He flew on red and didn’t slow down ...
                        I wonder how these psychiatrist kamikaze taxi drivers go ... ???
                    3. andrey-ivanov
                      andrey-ivanov 6 December 2013 04: 48
                      +3
                      We have DV almost all on the right hand drive, and there are no more accidents than in the western regions.
                      1. kostella85
                        kostella85 7 December 2013 22: 03
                        +1
                        and better cars !!!!!!!!!!!
                      2. ios87
                        ios87 10 December 2013 11: 47
                        +1
                        Come on you guys ... let's buy Lada Largus ... This is the Beast ... right spit to these Japs ...))))
                    4. Encoder
                      Encoder 11 December 2013 10: 10
                      +1
                      You should already enter the left-hand traffic. And indeed, in the European part, right-handed in the Far East, left-handed, and in Siberia mixed :-)
                    5. abrakadabre
                      abrakadabre 11 December 2013 11: 58
                      +1
                      You should already enter the left-hand traffic. And the truth is, in the European part, right-handed on the Far East, left-handed, and in Siberia mixed :-)

                      Call a spade a spade - Brownian traffic.
                      wassat
                2. kostella85
                  kostella85 7 December 2013 22: 01
                  0
                  Did not ride NORMAL Yap
              2. Alexander Romanov
                Alexander Romanov 5 December 2013 13: 19
                +3
                Quote: vaf
                but just not left-handed, it is necessary to redo the classics.!

                Hello, Sergey! So in the photo the right one is right-handed. With the left you won’t feel the real Japanese quality wink
                1. VAF
                  VAF 5 December 2013 13: 59
                  +4
                  Quote: Alexander Romanov
                  So in the photo the right one is right-handed. With the left you won’t feel the real Japanese quality


                  So I say it and ... for myself. They always leave CORRECT cars on the domestic market. Therefore, we must take the right one, and then the craftsmen remake it on the left.
                  although I met a lot of Mark VIII already with the left. Well, Libra and Crosses we run. 5 pieces and ... you have everything on the left.
                  1. Alexander Romanov
                    Alexander Romanov 5 December 2013 14: 06
                    +5
                    Quote: vaf
                    and then the craftsmen redo the left.

                    Serge, why redo and so convenient good
                    Quote: vaf
                    Well, Libra and Crosses we run. 5 pieces and ... you have everything on the left.

                    Why from the left, in FIG, this left wheel is generally needed. Exit is not convenient
                  2. VAF
                    VAF 5 December 2013 14: 08
                    +8
                    Quote: Alexander Romanov
                    in figs this left hand drive is generally needed


                    You know, sitting from the left and without a rudder ... you feel like fool
                    And to go on overtaking on it ... you have to keep the distance twice as much to see something.
                    generally for me not comme il faut! recourse
                  3. Alexander Romanov
                    Alexander Romanov 5 December 2013 14: 15
                    +4
                    Quote: vaf
                    You know, sitting from the left and without a rudder ... you feel like

                    Well, it seems so to you, but here we all feel like people who ride in a good car good
                    Quote: vaf
                    Yes, and to go on overtaking on it ... you have to keep a distance

                    And why keep a distance, ask the passenger cleanly or not, if he says cleanly you go to overtake and all things laughing
                  4. VAF
                    VAF 5 December 2013 15: 29
                    +4
                    Quote: Alexander Romanov
                    you ask the passenger cleanly or not if he speaks cleanly


                    Well, yes ... and if the passenger is a lady who is "doing business" wink , it's that I interrupt it every time. what would .. look? so she will tell me later ... "I saw this in a coffin .... m ... t" wassat
                    Ah .. is it you specifically want to deprive me of ... "extreme2 joys while away from home? recourse
                  5. Encoder
                    Encoder 11 December 2013 10: 19
                    +1
                    And if the blonde on the left and the word purely for her means the absence of dirt on the road, and not oncoming traffic?
                2. Uhe
                  Uhe 6 December 2013 00: 51
                  +1
                  And you remember the rules. It is written in them that it is right to go on overtaking not right next to the car in front, but ahead of time, that is, when everything is perfectly visible to you on the right-hand drive. The power of the Japs engine usually allows you to shoot the car, which is the cannonball.
                3. Encoder
                  Encoder 11 December 2013 10: 16
                  +1
                  To the left for the passenger it is necessary to put a fake, let it twist. And on the port side, a video camera is needed then, if it doesn’t clog with dirt, it’s clearly visible.
              3. Uhe
                Uhe 6 December 2013 00: 50
                +1
                I completely agree. I’ve been driving on the right hand drive for 12 years and I'm not going to refuse, I’ll buy another one only at auction. For themselves, nihontsy make great cars and in excellent configuration. The Germans lagged behind in quality.
              4. kostella85
                kostella85 7 December 2013 22: 06
                +1
                golden words, in the garage 71 mark has passed 648tysch and at least che (contract box)
      2. pawel1961
        pawel1961 5 December 2013 22: 16
        +1
        go to the auto site modestly without show-offs
    2. pawel1961
      pawel1961 5 December 2013 22: 14
      0
      go to the states of Sanya and there will be both mustang and lamborgh words which lin
    3. kostella85
      kostella85 7 December 2013 22: 00
      +1
      Political opponent, but a car - better not !!!!! (Markovod since gx71)
  2. VAF
    VAF 5 December 2013 12: 08
    +2
    Quote: Apollon
    we take this one


    Hello dear Apollo! My advice to a friend, for all the respectability, forget about Chrysler .... it's worse than Merce in terms of T.O. since everything is tied only to "Mopar".
    Plus no silent blocks. Plus, it seems like there are two continuous bridges, but in fact the "fiction" transmission oil "flies" like a motor oil.
    Motors are very moody about the fuel-2 engine overstepped -5,9 and 4.7.
    The box is "burned" just to spit, especially if on water.
    The stove - well, no.
    The power supply system is a separate "song" - when you open something, everything is lit in the cabin and "Mouzon" if you turn it on. then after 4 hours the battery says .. everything has arrived and plus the computer blocks for theft (changing the position of the crankshaft sensor) and you can only remove it at the station, or if you know how. The first time I slept for 8 hours ... while my wife and sons walk to the track, and then to friends.
    After all, if there is a jeeper, then you and the sea are knee-deep, so you climb there ... where your foot hasn’t stepped ... an automobile driver.
    this, of course, has enormous advantages, but ... and there are cons.
    Well, the belt .. it's generally a song-one for EVERYTHING wassat they can change or tighten only in the conditions of the station. etc.
    I can write a whole poem, because exploited them all from 2,5 liters to 5.9. crying
    Therefore, I agree with Romanov, only a Japanese, preferably Nai-Lakes (Americanized Runner) or Sequoia (Americanized Taiga or Tundra) .. you will not know grief.
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 5 December 2013 13: 23
      +1
      Quote: vaf
      or tundra).

      Ha, and Zhenya the Mechanic says that the tundra sucks. Although he is a fan of the Germans laughing
      1. VAF
        VAF 5 December 2013 14: 06
        +2
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        that the tundra sucks. Although he is a fan of the Germans


        Oh, see .... cool sharpened, but the base is too big, if there is no traction in your head you can put it on your belly .. once, that's why smart uncles put 19th wheels with a profile of at least 75, or even more. True, you need a little bench with you. to climb the bandwagon.
        Germans do not suit me, moody engines. the service is like in Volvo (you can’t add up the hour-price norm) and plus German technology - everything is assembled (suspension, leverage, struts, etc.) starting from 2500 euros and + work .. you will remain without pants.
        And when you go south in July, so the Germans. Boiling along the oyochiny stand .. cool .. in the mountains, but with traffic jams .. you can’t do a lot of stuff. If not on a diesel engine.
        Well, and armchairs ... for my back ... a maximum of half an hour. And to Heliks .. prejudice .. again native army UAZ, only comfortable! wassat
  3. pawel1961
    pawel1961 5 December 2013 22: 10
    +1
    no need to poke trash on the screen.
  • Ustas
    Ustas 5 December 2013 14: 44
    +3
    Quote: Alexander Romanov
    Yes, I would have to buy a new car next year, that's all my ambitions

    That's really a problem. I would have to finish up my daughter, and not lose my job. I have already lost my business. Not cost effective.
  • igor67
    igor67 5 December 2013 15: 10
    +2
    Quote: Alexander Romanov
    Quote: Vadivak

    Romanov is great, how do you like the prospect?

    Yes, I would have to buy a new car next year, that's all my ambitions request
    Hi Vadim hi

    Hi Sanya, have you returned your rights? And then these damned, well, you understand who is to blame, laughing
  • pawel1961
    pawel1961 5 December 2013 22: 09
    +1
    work on a wheelbarrow
  • alexng
    alexng 5 December 2013 13: 29
    +3
    Weinstein thought for a long time what 90x60x90 is.
    It turned out to be 486000.
  • pawel1961
    pawel1961 5 December 2013 22: 08
    -1
    need to answer carefully
  • Xroft
    Xroft 5 December 2013 19: 16
    +1
    I already offered them to create my own party laughing do not break into politics wink
  • Uhe
    Uhe 6 December 2013 00: 42
    0
    Putin became a lich? ;)
  • papas-57
    papas-57 6 December 2013 19: 48
    +3
    to overthrow Putin. The thought may be sound in the light of the president's punctures (one stool is worth something), but there is one `` but '' - who to put on the throne. Chm-shnik Zyuganov, who has been in the Duma for 20 years and has not become famous in anything except chatter. Or maybe the clown Zhirik? Here's a fun life. But Zhirik will not last long, because in addition to chatter, decisions will need to be made, but he does not like this (suddenly they will be forced to answer later). About Aifonchik not even a speech. So the choice is not rich. Better to let the GDP sit and raise the GDP for fear and envy of enemies, external and internal.
  • GSH-18
    GSH-18 7 December 2013 22: 05
    0
    Article +
    Many more people in the West think in terms of the Cold War. Mainly because such "figures" as Bernard L. Weinstein cultivate the image of the enemy in the form of Russia in the heads of the Western public. I wonder if they are for money, out of habit or out of ignorance ?? wassat
  • Yarik
    Yarik 10 December 2013 14: 44
    +1
    By God, I'm tired of this self-abasement ... "Tsar", "Tsar". What kind of nah he is. king?
  • Humpty
    Humpty 5 December 2013 08: 23
    +9
    Quote: j iz sibiri
    topple Putin smile


    Formulate why, sir?
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 5 December 2013 08: 27
      +9
      Quote: Humpty
      Formulate why, sir?

      And what to formulate if .....
      j iz sibiri RU December 1, 2013 18:08 | He is only Putin
      something I read the comments and concluded that the majority here again is for Putin

      I somehow don’t understand
      Are you all living well?

      So I want to tell you that in western Siberia, 90% of the population does not share your opinions on Putin
      winked will give east opposition
      1. Canep
        Canep 5 December 2013 09: 03
        +8
        Greetings to Alexander! All that has been written about how to throw Putin bullshit. The export of oil and gas will not help amers, they have not enough reserves of this raw material and it will end only with the fact that the Americans will be left without reserves at all.
        1. complete zero
          complete zero 5 December 2013 09: 14
          +5
          Minesweeper, you are wrong, the Americans have a decent supply of hydrocarbons
          1. Platov
            Platov 5 December 2013 12: 25
            0
            The hydrocarbon reserve is somehow connected with ancient earthquakes and volcanoes in the proximity of shallow seas. Therefore, the United States does not have an overabundance of hydrocarbons and can appear only with a sharp reduction.
          2. Angry reader
            Angry reader 5 December 2013 12: 36
            +4
            on paper, decent?
            1. AVV
              AVV 5 December 2013 13: 21
              +9
              They, the states, keep their reserves on a rainy day, and they pump it all over the world, and they are also developing shale, but it will not help them, now they are not threatened with a shortage of oil or gas. First of all, there is a shortage of fuel for nuclear plants. Russia stopped exporting super cheap uranium mixture. The agreement is over, now you have to buy fuel, or cut your own nuclear weapons into fuel, so Obama so persistently offered Putin further reduction of nuclear potentials! He just has a wedge from everywhere for Obama !!! And we we will see it within five years, no more !!!
              1. Angry reader
                Angry reader 5 December 2013 13: 34
                -1
                Hmm, they recited it to you like that. I will never believe that such giants as chevron, bp, texaco, having lobbyist structures, being essentially USA minority shareholders, did not deflate what is nearby
                1. Encoder
                  Encoder 11 December 2013 10: 37
                  0
                  So, why should you eat your own. First we eat at the "friends", and then each one has his own. Or do you think that these minority shareholders have nothing to do with oil imports? Very much even have.
              2. slovak007
                slovak007 5 December 2013 14: 00
                +1
                Quote: AVV
                They, the states, keep their reserves on a rainy day, and they pump it all over the world, and they are also developing shale, but it will not help them, now they are not threatened with a shortage of oil or gas. First of all, there is a shortage of fuel for nuclear plants. Russia stopped exporting super cheap uranium mixture. The agreement is over, now you have to buy fuel, or cut your own nuclear weapons into fuel, so Obama so persistently offered Putin further reduction of nuclear potentials! He just has a wedge from everywhere for Obama !!! And we we will see it within five years, no more !!!


                Let them disarm, if they want, they have a surplus of nuclear weapons. The whole world will sleep easier.
              3. Deniska
                Deniska 6 December 2013 15: 54
                +1
                By contract agreement !! Does anyone have a thread of infa? EXACT.
                1. Boa kaa
                  Boa kaa 8 December 2013 01: 58
                  +1
                  Quote: Deniska
                  By contract agreement !! Does anyone have a thread of infa? EXACT.

                  Available at WIKI on request.
                  .18 On February 1993, the Russian-American intergovernmental Agreement “On the Use of Highly Enriched Uranium Extracted from Nuclear Weapons” (HEU-LEU Agreement) was concluded. Almost a year later, on 14 on January 1994, the authorized agents of the parties — Techsnabexport OJSC (TENEX) with the Russian and US Enrichment Corporation (USEC) on the American side — signed a contract for the supply of LEU from HEU (HEU-LEU Contract). Russia has committed to supply low-enriched uranium (with U-20 isotope enrichment of less than 2013%, actually in the 235-20% range) obtained from 3,2 tons of highly enriched uranium (enriched) to the USA over 4,9 years (up to 500 years) for the U-235 isotope not less than 90%), and the American side - to accept, place on the market, pay for the separation work and the natural uranium component of LEU. The first delivery of LEU to the USA took place in May 1995, and in 2000 the program reached the average annual level of supply of LEU obtained from 30 tons of HEU.
                  The deliveries have now been completed. The last delivery was on 14.11.2013/2013/XNUMX. By the end of XNUMX, the United States will be deprived of one of the sources of electricity - low-enriched uranium from Russian nuclear warheads, writes Forbes, while taking into account the fact that there are practically no uranium deposits in Russia - all uranium was mined in the USSR in Central Asia and Kazakhstan , in the republics which our "strategists" declared in their time unnecessary ballast and got rid of them. And the US has uranium deposits in Namibia and South Africa at its disposal
                  1. user1212
                    user1212 9 December 2013 05: 38
                    +1
                    Not true. Not all of the uranium we took was not from warheads. The USA agreed on the supply of uranium from Europe at bargain prices, we enriched and resold the Americans. Part of it was actually taken from decommissioned warheads (which have expired). This made it possible to completely kill the entire uranium enrichment infrastructure in America. Now the United States is not able to enrich uranium for its nuclear power plants in the right amount. They don’t have such technologies.
                2. Encoder
                  Encoder 11 December 2013 10: 40
                  0
                  There was already something about it, but look at this for more information.
                  http://www.dal.by/news/109/29-03-12-11/
                  1. user1212
                    user1212 13 December 2013 06: 34
                    0
                    The article you cited was either written by a person very far from the topic, or simply a blatant lie.
          3. Encoder
            Encoder 11 December 2013 10: 33
            +1
            There is a reserve, but they stubbornly do not want to spend it.
            1. user1212
              user1212 13 December 2013 06: 40
              0
              The United States has no stock. There are uranium deposits, but there is no technology capable of meeting their need for fuel for nuclear power plants. In the area of ​​uranium enrichment, they lag behind Russia for 30 years. ROSATOM is one of the few state structures that did not lose their potential with the collapse of the USSR. The site already had an article from the series "fucked up all the polymers." Here is one of the comments:

              So I don't understand why such "articles" are immediately picked up and this "Yaroslavna's cry" is heard.

              The author is obviously lying, it is unclear only - he himself does not know or intentionally lies.
              Russia has never sold weapons-grade uranium (more than 90% enrichment).
              She sold diluted with low enriched uranium when there was no more than 4% of the isotope in the product shipped to the USA .. That is, there was no question of selling weapons-grade uranium.
              Why didn't you keep it to yourself? And where to put it? As a result of all this "Scam of the Millennium" - Russia not only preserved its uranium processing and enrichment infrastructure, but also created centrifuges of such a level and with such capabilities that they are ahead of the whole world (I emphasize this) for decades. To anyone interested, just ask this question.
              At the same time, the United States, with its gas diffusion method, is literally in a trough.
              Exactly because their enrichment method consumes tens of times more energy. And now they are forced to steal all their capacities and start building a cycle using centrifuges from scratch! Which still need to learn to do at the Russian level.

              At one time, to work on the gas diffusion method, the USSR built specially gigantic power plants to ensure the operation of enrichment complexes. And in time he changed the method, switching to centrifuges. Now in Russia these settings are already of the 8 generation, if the memory does not change. Rotation speed over 1500 revolutions per second! Mounting the head in a magnetic field.
              Only to describe this business is pride in the country.
              in the United States remained on gas diffusion. Moreover, the United States did not know that the USSR switched to centrifuges for decades - how can one not recall everyone scolding the USSR with its closed cities and regimes of secrecy. The United States believed that centrifuges were a dead end and believed that the USSR was also sitting on diffusion. And the Union found a way to improve the centrifuge method and saved 50 times on the energy consumed for enriching uranium. In the states, it was just crazy expenses for all these decades. Be proud, colleagues! There is something!

              Europeans are only trying to reach this level, creating experimental installations of enormous size.

              So in the end of this "millennium scam" there are only one pluses. Not only preserved, but also sharply leaped forward technology, preserved and increased personnel, undermined (if not destroyed) a similar industry from "partners". There was no point in storing this enriched uranium - we are producing more than enough to replace the "aging" one. Unlike the United States, which is already eating up its own gun.

              So just remember the words of Professor Preobrazhensky: do not read the newspapers in the morning. None.
              The usual one \ throw on a fan is this article.


              Copyrighr by Generalissimus
        2. DEfindER
          DEfindER 5 December 2013 14: 33
          +4
          Quote: Canep
          All that has been written about how to throw Putin bullshit. Oil and gas export will not help amers, they have not a lot of reserves of this raw material

          And on the contrary, I would like for us already (or rather, those who own our resources) to cut someone’s freebie already! Enough to drive resources abroad, because there is no incentive to develop themselves, the oligarchs are in chocolate, people are throwing the same bone .. and nobody needs anything. We ourselves need oil to develop industry, develop space and go ahead of the rest, as it once was. And sitting on a needle has never led to anything good ..
      2. Averias
        Averias 5 December 2013 09: 09
        25
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        iz sibiri RU December 1, 2013 18:08 | He is only Putin
        something I read the comments and concluded that the majority here again is for Putin

        I somehow don’t understand
        Are you all living well?

        So I want to tell you that in western Siberia your opinions on Putin do not share 90% of the population will give the east opposition


        I’ll add on my own, Mr. iz sibiri RU pi .... ol however. I myself live in Siberia, lived in Nizhnevartovs, now I have moved to Tyumen. About 90% he bent, oh how bent. They are buzzing a bit for oil companies, for Ravshanov, in general, like everywhere else. But about Putin, hmm, I will not speak for everyone. But all my acquaintances, acquaintances of acquaintances and their relatives. They have nothing against Putin. Yes, there are distortions they say, but again, as without them. But, loyalty is on the face. In Tyumen, the same thing. The opposition’s liquid attempts (rallies in which 10 people out of which 8 are just curious) are aimed more at the governor than Putin. So it’s Mr. Breshet.
        1. Serg 122
          Serg 122 5 December 2013 13: 08
          +1
          Onozh to slander - not tossing bags ... Give in return a decent candidate (with a real rating of more than 50%) - then we'll talk
        2. Angry reader
          Angry reader 5 December 2013 14: 31
          0
          Do not argue with him !!! This is not tolerant and not democratic !!! He is from Latvia ... pah Siberia, everything is very good, according to the liberal, it can be seen !!!!)))
        3. Larez64
          Larez64 10 December 2013 16: 44
          +1
          Comrade Romanov, about 90, will give East opposition in Western Siberia turned down. Maybe he confused with Western Ukraine, having heard about the Maidan. Siberia is divided into East and West only geographically. What is in Krasnoyarsk, what is in Kemerovo, what is in the Urals, what is working in the mine, in the defense industry factories, those are for a strong state, for a strong president Well, who has been imagining himself a hero for centuries, he is eagerly awaiting the arrival of a gay parades with their leaders from the swamp and other Maidanov.
          1. Encoder
            Encoder 11 December 2013 10: 51
            +1
            And the Westerners do not care at all. All that the word "west" in the title has is already theirs.
            1. abrakadabre
              abrakadabre 11 December 2013 12: 02
              0
              All that the word "west" in the title has is already theirs.

              But what about the words "WEST" and "WEST"?
        4. Encoder
          Encoder 11 December 2013 10: 47
          +1
          Last year I was several times in Moscow at the opposition rallies that they are holding on the 31st. Well, how I got there - a rally right at the door of the Mayakovskaya metro station is held at the end of the working day. As a result, it is impossible to get into the subway and a crowd gathers. There are really many such unwittingly protesters there.
      3. user
        user 5 December 2013 09: 21
        31
        "I somehow don't understand
        Are you all living well?

        So I want to tell you that in western Siberia, your views on Putin are not shared by 90 percent of the population. "

        It even became interesting and IN WHAT WESTERN SIBERIA I live, if you remove the young idiots who are all torn if not to America then at least to Moscow (although to be honest, there are only a few of them), by and large, the majority are for Putin. Although, of course, with reservations about corruption and so on (you might think it is not in America).
        Hello from Novosibirsk.
        1. complete zero
          complete zero 5 December 2013 10: 09
          +6
          "by and large" the inhabitants of Western Siberia are absolutely on Wed .. who rules over us there, people live by their human needs, problems and joys (I am sure that in Novosibirsk, as well as in my Tyumen)
          1. Egen
            Egen 5 December 2013 10: 43
            +5
            Quote: complete zero
            "by and large" the inhabitants of Western Siberia are absolutely on Wed .. who rules over us there, people live by their human needs, problems and joys (I am sure that in Novosibirsk, as well as in my Tyumen)

            Kemerovo joins hi :)
            1. Encoder
              Encoder 11 December 2013 10: 54
              0
              Unfortunately, this is exactly so, although it should not be so.
        2. Oberst_71
          Oberst_71 5 December 2013 10: 59
          +1
          hello fellow countryman!
        3. DEfindER
          DEfindER 5 December 2013 14: 44
          +1
          Quote: user
          Although of course with reservations about corruption and so on

          There is only one way to defeat corruption; it was tested in the USSR in the 30s. If Putin goes for it, then I think he will be made president for life ..
          1. Stanislas
            Stanislas 5 December 2013 18: 18
            +5
            There is only one way to defeat corruption; it was tested in the USSR in the 30s.

            In the 30s, there were many workers from the local government bodies, so Stalin managed to defeat corruption. Now, in local administrations, law enforcement and the courts, such people (permanently removed by censorship) are sitting in such a way that the most honest people will fall under a cut *.
      4. Dejavu
        Dejavu 5 December 2013 09: 30
        +5
        And in the Far East, it’s like nothing :) Poor Siberian.
      5. Ascetic
        Ascetic 5 December 2013 09: 44
        33
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        So I want to tell you that in western Siberia, 90% of the population does not share your opinions on Putin


        You’re fantastic, I’m often in Novosibirsk, I didn’t notice mass discontent with Putin. It is in Moscow that the closer to the Garden Ring and the more expensive the mister’s Lexus, the more dissatisfaction with Putin.
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 5 December 2013 10: 08
          +9
          Quote: Ascetic
          It is in Moscow that the closer to the Garden Ring and the more expensive the mister’s Lexus, the more dissatisfaction with Putin.

          Russian tradition! The more dough, the more dissatisfied with life.
          hi hi
          1. Ascetic
            Ascetic 5 December 2013 11: 23
            13
            Quote: Alexander Romanov
            hi


            Hello Sasha! Here's a small example. They are going to expand the runway in Sheremetyevo, and the cottages that were built in the 90s by smart citizens in the exclusion zone by buying land on the cheap from the local smart authorities, who sold them plots there despite the ban, fell under the distribution. Now they are driven out of there by the local authorities without any compensation, because they naturally unearthed that all these transactions with land were made illegally at one time, as well as all the land in the Moscow region sold in the 90s. (They even reached the Borodino field) And who is to blame? Of course, Putin and his bureaucratic thieves' power. When you tell him, did you think with your head when you bought a plot here? Of course I didn't think when they sell for almost nothing! And now the "bloody" Putin took pity on them and ordered them to buy out the plots at the estimated cadastral value. winked
            1. Mhpv
              Mhpv 5 December 2013 12: 10
              +3
              Quote: Ascetic
              who sold them plots there despite the ban.

              Now such plots are no longer sold by local authorities, but by appanage princelings or former "farmers." So in the Ramenskoye region they are trying to get rid of the land with might and main, and there are enough people who are hungry and earth-loving, but the Central Ring Road will pass there according to the plan laughing and such traps are full.
              1. Ustas
                Ustas 5 December 2013 14: 56
                +1
                Quote: mhpv
                Now such plots are no longer sold by local authorities, but by appanage princelings or former "farmers"

                But it would not have been written in the Constitution of the Russian Federation (the Earth and other natural resources may be located in privately owned, state, municipal and other forms of ownership), there would be no such absurdity, and rich people would not get rich from the sale of land.
                Article 9, paragraph 2 of the Constitution must be changed, leaving "land and other natural resources in the exclusive ownership of the state."
            2. Angry reader
              Angry reader 5 December 2013 12: 39
              +3
              Right now, Yarosvet and others like him, they will tell, Putin himself sold the Borodino field .. personally
          2. stalkerwalker
            stalkerwalker 5 December 2013 13: 11
            +8
            Quote: Alexander Romanov
            Quote: Ascetic
            It is in Moscow that the closer to the Garden Ring and the more expensive the mister’s Lexus, the more dissatisfaction with Putin.
            Russian tradition! The more dough, the more dissatisfied with life.

            "... The closer to Moscow, the smaller the dogs ..." (c)
            TNT advertising
            laughing
        2. A.YARY
          A.YARY 5 December 2013 10: 39
          13
          STANISLAV good day
          It is in Moscow that the closer to the Garden Ring and the more expensive the mister’s Lexus, the more dissatisfaction with Putin.

          "Who has liquid cabbage soup, and who has small pearls"
          1. aksakal
            aksakal 5 December 2013 11: 26
            +4
            Quote: A.YARY
            STANISLAV good day
            It is in Moscow that the closer to the Garden Ring and the more expensive the mister’s Lexus, the more dissatisfaction with Putin.

            "Who has liquid cabbage soup, and who has small pearls"
            - "To whom the apple is a delicacy, and to whom the pork cartilage is just right! And I am for the barge haulers !!!!" (I don't remember from which film, directed by E. Ryazanov, but not a comedy)
        3. Strezhevchanin
          Strezhevchanin 5 December 2013 10: 59
          +3
          Quote: Ascetic
          Often I am in Novosibirsk, something did not notice the mass discontent Putin

          A little north, also not hi but the questions about the abolition of the northern allowance are slightly annoying.
          1. MVV
            MVV 5 December 2013 12: 18
            +2
            Everything is exactly the same in Omsk
            1. GSH-18
              GSH-18 7 December 2013 22: 26
              +1
              Quote: MVV
              Omsk, too, everything is exactly

              In Sochi, too, everything is smooth. Even despite some temporary inconveniences associated with the upcoming Olympics (closing the city for 70 days, checking all (repaired and built) social security systems, the introduction of increased security measures). good
          2. stalkerwalker
            stalkerwalker 5 December 2013 13: 12
            +6
            Quote: Strezhevchanin
            A little north, also not, but the questions about the abolition of the northern allowances are slightly annoying.

            The northern premium is the prerogative of the regionals.
          3. Ascetic
            Ascetic 5 December 2013 14: 03
            +5
            Quote: Strezhevchanin
            about the abolition of the northern allowance slightly annoying.


            We have long been divided over such allowances .. In Moscow, there is a supplement to the pension, but not in the region. Even compensation for burial (when the mother-in-law was buried, the earth rest in peace to her) -4000r. and in Moscow, 15000. Recently, a lady in a Sberbank blurted out, but in Moscow ... The people did not even let her finish talking about what started here, shout to your Moscow, etc. she flew out, forgetting why she came. It is from such seemingly obvious unfair "trifles" that the split and disunity in society is formed.
          4. POMA
            POMA 5 December 2013 14: 09
            +1
            They will not completely cancel, the retirement date will be removed. hi
        4. Docent1984
          Docent1984 5 December 2013 11: 08
          +2
          I confirm) The fatter they live, the more hayut power. Uncle Scrooge is immortal)))
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      6. APES
        APES 5 December 2013 14: 34
        +7
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        I somehow don’t understand that you all live well?

        - Vladimir Vladimirovich, how long will we still endure all this mess in the country?
        - Well, from a year old you have to suffer. . .
        - And then?
        - And then you get used to it. . .
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      9. Encoder
        Encoder 11 December 2013 10: 30
        +1
        I am afraid that it only seems so to you. And life really got better. Here you are talking about cool cars. I have nowhere to put a car in my yard (and in the nineties there was only a couple of scrap metal). I can continue, why only. See for yourself. You notice the bad, right, but what is good to turn your back on?
    2. baltika-18
      baltika-18 5 December 2013 12: 25
      +2
      Quote: Humpty
      topple Putin

      Formulate why, sir?

      Yes, really, why?
      After all, it may not be profitable for Weinstein. But Putin is a system, and the system from a Western point of view is quite predictable and exists according to world laws by the same West established. There are differences, but the reason lies in the purely financial sphere, it is a struggle corporations by and large, business sharks. And if we take into account the factor that our entire so-called elite, both business and management, has real estate and significant finances in the West, then such a system, and Putin acts as its creator and guarantor very west you one.
      1. SPACE
        SPACE 5 December 2013 22: 27
        +1
        Quote: baltika-18
        But Putin, after all, is a system, and the system from a Western point of view is quite predictable and exists according to world laws by the same West established by

        Then the converse is also true.
        Quote: baltika-18
        And if we take into account the factor that our entire so-called elite, both business and management, has in the West real estate and significant finances

        Nice gambit.
        Quote: baltika-18
        There are discrepancies, but the reason is theirs in the purely financial sphere, this is a struggle of corporations by and large, business sharks

        So all the same, a duel, the financial sector is not a bad choice of weapons.
        Quote: baltika-18
        Putin acts as its creator and guarantor, it is very beneficial to the West.

        The West is already sick of such benefits, the third package has gone.
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  • datur
    datur 5 December 2013 21: 19
    +1
    Quote: j iz sibiri
    -

    -PHX-
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  • datur
    datur 5 December 2013 21: 33
    +1
    Quote: j iz sibiri
    topple Putin smile
    -YES KILL THE TROLL-TIRED !! (I guess Bandera ....) laughing
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  • pawel1961
    pawel1961 5 December 2013 22: 07
    +1
    you need to collapse
  • paninartem
    paninartem 6 December 2013 10: 04
    0
    And you saw that the Putin government posted on the network a database of all citizens of the CIS and the Russian Federation: phones, addresses, photo and video recordings,
    personal correspondence and much more. By the way, all the data is publicly available, but you can hide your profile if you do not want others to see it.
    Here is a link to that site http://5u2.ru/a7b
  • Deniska
    Deniska 6 December 2013 15: 46
    +1
    uhahah fig "-" slapped ... Only I did not understand why ?? He does not seem to call for the overthrow, but just repeated a stupid phrase ?!
  • mehan71
    mehan71 7 December 2013 21: 25
    +1
    Try it! I'll see how you get it!




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  • Valkyrie
    Valkyrie 5 December 2013 09: 13
    +5
    What are you clinging to Putin? Putin or Medvedev, or anyone else, what's the difference? Putin, of course, is an outstanding person, but in fact the mafia rules in the country and nothing will change from the overthrow of Putin. There is another one capable of completing the assigned tasks.
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 5 December 2013 09: 43
      +4
      Quote: Valkyrie
      There is another one capable of completing the assigned tasks.

      Delivered by whom?
      1. Apollo
        Apollo 5 December 2013 09: 51
        +7
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        Delivered by whom?

        and then a friend faltered wassat
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 5 December 2013 10: 08
          +2
          Quote: Apollon
          and then a friend faltered

          Mafia Apollo, Mafia laughing
          1. Apollo
            Apollo 5 December 2013 10: 37
            +3
            Quote: Alexander Romanov
            Mafia Apollo, Mafia


            Most likely from ignorance of the answer to the question.
            1. Angry reader
              Angry reader 5 December 2013 12: 40
              +2
              Rather, from watching "Rain" and Owls Secret and listening to Echo .. Usually they say there, but do not argue)
              1. POMA
                POMA 5 December 2013 14: 15
                +1
                And do not forget the srambler. There is generally complete opa. May 9 is not a single news about Victory Day, but as zhopotionery walked, even in his eyes was full.
                1. Angry reader
                  Angry reader 5 December 2013 14: 39
                  +6
                  There was an experiment in two identical hive boxes, isolated (5 meters from each other and soundproofed), two groups of bees from one young swarm were planted, so that as soon as they made a rustle in one, the second started to buzz. So this is what I think ... our tape-like bees (may these hard-working insects forgive me smilefor an unworthy comparison), behind the cordon the season of game parades - and immediately here they begin to buzz ..)
                  Meaning, to hell with them at all, they will rest)
                2. Angry reader
                  Angry reader 5 December 2013 15: 12
                  +1
                  ... judging by the minuses - the bees are still offended ..)))
      2. Valkyrie
        Valkyrie 5 December 2013 14: 59
        +1
        Ask naive questions that do not require an adequate answer. The answer is clear to any sane person. I don’t dwell on this article, I didn’t even see that you were again bored here like flies on the city ..., meditating and savoring your favorite topic.
        1. Angry reader
          Angry reader 5 December 2013 16: 16
          +2
          Valktria, do you want to be the new Catherine II, or at worst Thatcher, be it.
          That's just the naive questions have the courage or knowledge to answer and argue, but honestly it seems .. that you are not a Valkyrie but a lousy fly, zilch-whack, and the position to explain the brain is not enough.
          PS What are you circling, I can not judge the right ...)
          1. Valkyrie
            Valkyrie 11 December 2013 08: 32
            +1
            Do you want an answer to a naive question? Here is my answer for the mentally disabled: the country is actually ruled by a handful of oligarchs, all laws, norms and rules are created for them and for their interests. Putin has no real power in the country.
    2. Ascetic
      Ascetic 5 December 2013 10: 30
      14
      Quote: Valkyrie
      Putin or Medvedev, or anyone else, what's the difference?


      Comrade Prokhanov answered this question well in his interview on Echo Matzi.
      A. Prokhanov
      He does everything he can. But Russia, in which it is located, it is not motionless, this cancerous tumor develops in it. Banditry at all levels is one thing. And on the other hand, of course, this entire occupying network system is developing, non-profit organizations, non-governmental organizations that have entangled all of Russia with this terrible poisonous web. He does what he can. Whether he is enough in this or not is not for me to judge. I believe that is not enough. I believe that he still has not started development, because in the bowels of development, all this rust can be meaningfully fought.
      The country needs a breakthrough and development. In the bowels of this jerk, you can end a very large amount of evil of all kinds. Including information.
      T. FELGENGAUER: And what could become a catalyst for this breakthrough?
      A. PROKHANOV: I think that political will. The political will of Putin. He does not dare, because it seems terrible to him to start this breakthrough here in this shaky society in which he is a castle stone. He is afraid to undermine the whole vault. The tragedy is that all our statehood is not based on Ryzhkov, not on the Parnassus party, not on Eugene Albats, it rests on Putin. Putin is a castle stone. Now, it falls out for one reason or another, and everything turns into a war of all against all: liberals are against power, corporations are nominating their proteges, they will fight for the Kremlin, nationalists of all stripes will gnaw at each other and smash some vegetable bases, and others will raise national liberation wars from Yakutia to Dagestan. Unfortunately, everything is based on it. Therefore, it seems to me that he should begin development by calling in this development people who are ready to help him in this development.
      Full interview link
      1. Ingvar 72
        Ingvar 72 5 December 2013 12: 44
        +6
        Quote: Ascetic
        A. PROKHANOV: I think that political will. The political will of Putin. He hesitates, because it seems scary to him to start this breakthrough in this shaky society

        And how long will he still doubt? Every day the people have less faith in him. Fearing some, wait for the rebellion of others. Come on Vova, fear the wolves, do not go to the forest.
        1. just exp
          just exp 6 December 2013 07: 14
          +1
          there will be no rebellion, only foolish people doubt Putin, normal people see improvement going on.
          and by the way they feel it on themselves. just after relatively well-fed finite zeros, this is not felt as strongly as the transition from the beginning of the poor zero to the end of the zero.
    3. Chertkov Oleg
      Chertkov Oleg 5 December 2013 10: 42
      +1
      Alternative "Putin" in the studio !, weak? And if Putin "leaves", you will learn all the "joys". Look at Ukraine, the process has begun. We can change, join patriotic parties, I am a candidate for air defense, for example. Read the books of N. Starikov. You will understand a lot.
      1. Angry reader
        Angry reader 5 December 2013 12: 41
        0
        In addition to Snob and the Moscow Times - religion does not allow reading)
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      4. striker
        striker 5 December 2013 18: 17
        -10 qualifying.
        Quote: Oleg Chertkov
        Alternative "Putin" to the studio! poorly?




        They say that Vova was very depressed when he saw what was left of Gaddafi ...
        But this is the logical end of any "king" who stakes on MINORITIES in his reign. Whether religious or ethnic.

        Hussein, who made a bet in Shiite Iraq on the Sunni religious minority - HANGED.
        Gaddafi, who made a bet in Arab Libya on the Berber ethnic minority and African mercenaries - TURNED OUT.

        Putin will certainly be overthrown. Overthrown by neither the Pindocs, nor the Gay Europeans, nor the Orangemen ...

        He will be overthrown by MOST. It will be overthrown by the People who gave their name to Russia, which makes up 80% of the Russian population. The people whom he treacherously betrayed, having opened wide the borders of Russia for 20-30 million foreign invaders from Central Asia, Wahhabi-Salafi terrorists from the Caucasus and gypsy drug dealers.

        And as the Sunni militants did not save Hussein, as the black African mercenaries did not save Gaddafi, the Caucasian Mamelukes dear to his heart will not save Putin.

        1. Angry reader
          Angry reader 5 December 2013 20: 32
          0
          May God give our calves a wolf to eat))
      5. stranik72
        stranik72 5 December 2013 21: 18
        +4
        But GDP did not create a system in which an alternative, in principle, cannot appear. Is access to the media equal for everyone, is the election law equal for everyone? And a lot of other things, GDP created unprecedented corruption in the country, with it our nouveau riche became 10 times more than with the EBN, it created a class of untouchables, it’s Chubais, it ruined the energy system, and now it creates the country's eternal technological lag, it’s The direct participation of Tubaretkin brought the army to the state of amusing soldiers, I won’t even write about the iPhone, it was with him that the Lake cooperative almost became the owner of the country, with him we had eternal problems in relations with Belarus, with him we lost Ukraine. Yes, he speaks well, looks very stylish on television, especially against the backdrop of his promises, but the retinue makes the king, so she is her retinue by her existence and says GDP is Russia's way to nowhere. Who is behind him so far, what’s next, a smooth flow towards collapse, there is hope for the best, but there is only hope. Everything else is a PR campaign, including the West, it is beneficial to them, so let it show off for now, here it is.
    4. Slevinst
      Slevinst 5 December 2013 11: 09
      +4

      Judging by this video, you are deeply mistaken.
      1. Valkyrie
        Valkyrie 5 December 2013 15: 13
        +1
        To find out information about the real situation in the country from the media is the same as to learn about the climate in Bali by sight from the window of an apartment in Ryazan.
  • smel
    smel 5 December 2013 12: 04
    +1
    I don’t know how they expect to be overthrown, but most of them still enjoy it with the President. Among those enjoying myself
  • Angry reader
    Angry reader 5 December 2013 12: 35
    +1
    ..Odaa) Yarosvet is a rabbit, and a proven native of Nenki.
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  • pawel1961
    pawel1961 5 December 2013 22: 05
    0
    Any ideas?
  • 10kAzAk01
    10kAzAk01 5 December 2013 07: 32
    +5
    However, notes that an energy war with Russia is already underway.

    ... another bluff, an epic with shale gas, reminds Reagan SDI
    1. Dimy4
      Dimy4 5 December 2013 11: 55
      +1
      On the other side, the rulers became smaller, therefore, there will be no effect like that from SDI.
  • os9165
    os9165 5 December 2013 07: 36
    +1
    Leave your business, Mr. Weinstein. Advise better to Obama to deal with internal problems. Very practical advice that applies to GDP. Guarantor, look. Russia is in a stage of stagnation, and in a number of areas - and in degradation. It's time to tackle the country.
  • bomg.77
    bomg.77 5 December 2013 07: 46
    +3
    the cost of shale gas is about 200 dollars, plus damage to nature, what kind of competitor can it be? The maximum that this price reduction can happen to 300 dollars, but Russia can survive it))
    1. tungus
      tungus 5 December 2013 08: 06
      +6
      In addition to the fact that shale gas has a high cost, it is also necessary to take into account the cost of liquefying this gas and the cost of its transportation. Given all this, America cannot influence Gazprom’s position in any way.
      Well, a drop in the number of shale gas wells in the USA from 1600 to less than 400 indicates the completion of this story.
      Now companies in the states are switching from shale gas to shale oil, and it is also stated that the states will be the largest oil producing country. They do not specify, however, how long it will last.
      In general, I do not understand all this shale epic. The effect of it is short-term, but the consequences can be severe. The next bubble will burst, and it can bring down the economy, just as it broke the bubble in the real estate market. What is cimus? Or hoped to quickly squeeze Russia, and then somehow get out? So to hell with them all over, Gazprom didn’t buy this cartoon, and it’s especially neglected, like Poland, too, already grinding their teeth in frustration. So another file from pen dos.
      1. bomg.77
        bomg.77 5 December 2013 08: 19
        +1
        Quote: tungus
        In addition to the fact that shale gas has a high cost, it is also necessary to take into account the cost of liquefying this gas and the cost of its transportation. Given all this, America cannot influence Gazprom’s position in any way.
        Well, a drop in the number of shale gas wells in the USA from 1600 to less than 400 indicates the completion of this story.
        Now companies in the states are switching from shale gas to shale oil, and it is also stated that the states will be the largest oil producing country. They do not specify, however, how long it will last.
        In general, I do not understand all this shale epic. The effect of it is short-term, but the consequences can be severe. The next bubble will burst, and it can bring down the economy, just as it broke the bubble in the real estate market. What is cimus? Or hoped to quickly squeeze Russia, and then somehow get out? So to hell with them all over, Gazprom didn’t buy this cartoon, and it’s especially neglected, like Poland, too, already grinding their teeth in frustration. So another file from pen dos.
        I agree! Gazprom has long been cleared and is not being fooled by this hysteria))
      2. Eugeniy_369
        Eugeniy_369 5 December 2013 09: 00
        +8
        Quote: tungus
        In addition to the fact that shale gas has a high cost, it is also necessary to take into account the cost of liquefying this gas and the cost of its transportation. Given all this, America cannot influence Gazprom’s position in any way.

        I'm not a specialist in shale gas production, my opinion is good that this venture can be a runaway, but you also don't need to rush to calm down, fig knows what they will come up with ... say "international review" laughing
        And now for the local news .... laughing
        I just think our powers that be, need to "Gazprom" to deal with the misuse of funds. What are their advertising spending is not clear .... "Gazprom national heritage"?
        So why is the village (about 1 thousand people) ten kilometers away. from the Yelets-Kursk-Kiev gas pipeline without gas what ? Schalke sponsors ... am And the new gas pipelines are somehow expensive ... belay It's not a sin to check the "property" then ...
        1. Ascetic
          Ascetic 5 December 2013 10: 07
          +8
          Quote: Eugeniy_369
          I just think our powers that be, need to "Gazprom" to deal with the misuse of funds. What are their advertising spending is not clear .... "Gazprom national heritage"?


          Vladimir Putin signed the Federal Law “On Amending Articles 13 and 24 of the Federal Law“ On the Basics of State Regulation of Foreign Trade Activity ”and Articles 1 and 3 of the Federal Law“ On Gas Export ”.
          Site President of Russia
          This law cancels Gazprom's monopoly on LNG exports . The right to export liquefied gas will be given to companies with a state participation of more than 50%, developing subsoil plots within the boundaries of inland sea waters, the territorial sea and the continental shelf, including the Black and Azov Seas.
          In addition, such a right will be granted to companies whose license as of January 1, 2013 provided for the construction of an LNG plant.
          Among the enterprises that can become independent exporters of LNG are the NOVATEK project "Yamal LNG", as well as LNG plants controlled by the state "Rosneft" and "Gazprom".

          In 2014, the tariffs of natural monopolies for industrial consumers will be frozen, and in 2015 and 2016 their growth will amount to 5%.
          At the same time, tariffs for the population for gas, heat, water and electricity for the next three years will be indexed by the formula “inflation minus” (30% lower than the inflation for the previous year). This means that next year, tariffs for the population will increase by 4,2% with inflation this year at 6%. Compared to the traditional annual tariff growth of 15–20%, this is a pretty compromise option.
          Putin: Indexation of tariffs of natural monopolies will not exceed inflation
          1. Ascetic
            Ascetic 5 December 2013 10: 18
            +6
            St. Petersburg, November 25 - AIF-Petersburg. Members of the Federation Council initiated the consideration in the State Duma of a bill called "On Amendments to Articles 4 and 7 of the Federal Law" On Natural Monopolies ", which prohibits state corporations of natural monopolies from financing professional sports clubs,

            “Consumers of the services of natural monopolies rightly point out that they are not obliged to pay for the purchase of expensive football players located in other regions of the Russian Federation by one or another football club. Expenses in the amount of hundreds of millions of rubles for the purchase of athletes do not fully meet the needs of consumers. To a certain extent, this affects the size of tariffs for the services of these entities ”,
            - reads the explanatory note to the document.
            The amount of the sponsorship contract between Gazprom and Zenit amounted to 565 million rubles last year, Kommersant reports.
            In addition, since 2007, the gas monopolist has sponsored the German Schalke, and the contract is 650 million rubles annually.
            Russian Railways sponsors Moscow Lokomotiv, which spent 4,7 billion rubles last year.
            This year, Russian Networks signed a five-year sponsorship agreement with CSKA in the amount of 4,1 billion.
            1. Eugeniy_369
              Eugeniy_369 5 December 2013 10: 35
              +1
              Quote: Ascetic
              This law abolishes Gazprom's monopoly on LNG exports. The right to export liquefied gas will be granted to companies with a state share of more than 50%

              Quote: Ascetic
              NOVATEK's project "Yamal LNG", as well as LNG plants controlled by the state "Rosneft" and "Gazprom".

              a significant share of Novatek is owned by Gennady Timchenko, "a member of the elected circle of longtime acquaintances of President Putin

              Igor Ivanovich Sechin is a Russian manager and politician, president of the state oil company Rosneft.

              I think who is Sechin is clear to everyone.
              I did not understand the point of quoting my post.
            2. Eugeniy_369
              Eugeniy_369 5 December 2013 10: 49
              +1
              Quote: Ascetic
              The amount of the sponsorship contract between Gazprom and Zenit amounted to 565 million rubles last year, Kommersant reports.
              In addition, since 2007, the gas monopolist has sponsored the German Schalke, and the contract is 650 million rubles annually.
              Russian Railways sponsors Moscow Lokomotiv, which spent 4,7 billion rubles last year.
              This year, Russian Networks signed a five-year sponsorship agreement with CSKA in the amount of 4,1 billion.

              I was talking about Gazprom, but your hint that other state monopolies still "better", yes got it
            3. Chertkov Oleg
              Chertkov Oleg 5 December 2013 10: 52
              -3
              There will be no sponsors for clubs - there will be no clubs themselves - there will be no football as an affordable sport - Putin is to blame. The chain is obvious. Another sabotage in a calm sports harbor.
              1. Eugeniy_369
                Eugeniy_369 5 December 2013 11: 02
                +5
                Quote: Oleg Chertkov
                There will be no sponsors for clubs - there will be no clubs themselves - there will be no football as an affordable sport - Putin is to blame. The chain is obvious. Another sabotage in a calm sports harbor.

                Yes, I’m not against football, I like to run myself repeat .
                Only you explain to me why expensive legionnaires, coaches are bought from us, they pay huge amounts of money to the locals of Europe (and then they show the language crying ), and sections in schools, specials. football schools were closed. Maybe you should support your children and young talents? Gazprom is doing something, but compared to its spending on Zenit and Schalke, it's a grain of sand recourse .
                My opinion was ordered to Gazprom and other state-owned companies to take a number of clubs under their wings.
                1. Eugeniy_369
                  Eugeniy_369 5 December 2013 12: 45
                  +1
                  Quote: Eugeniy_369
                  My opinion was ordered to Gazprom and other state-owned companies to take a number of clubs under their wings.

                  Forgot to add repeat - For budget money!
                  (That is ours with you)
              2. Valkyrie
                Valkyrie 5 December 2013 15: 36
                +3
                What the hell is affordable sport? Where did you last see him? And our athletes were the best in most sports in the world precisely when there was no sponsorship at all! And they didn’t pay such huge grandmas as they do now, just for the name of the football player (it doesn’t matter how they play). We played not for the loot, but for the honor of the country! And they played great!
              3. Ascetic
                Ascetic 5 December 2013 17: 25
                +7
                Quote: Oleg Chertkov
                There will be no sponsors for clubs - there will be no clubs themselves - there will be no football as an affordable sport - Putin is to blame


                And at the same time, agents who are fattening on kickbacks, businessmen by agreement, and simply sawing money of state corporations, which, by the way, from our pockets, will also diminish. Do children's coaches or local sports clubs see a lot of money from them? Yes, there are schools at the clubs because they were obliged to maintain ... Do many of these schools play at a high level? No ... because they buy for tens of millions of "magicians of the ball" and pay them huge salaries. and they dump all sorts of St. Gallens and Norwegian fishermen .. Why the heck do you need such clubs? Which, with all their legionnaires, are carried like schoolchildren even by average European teams with budgets ten times less. Is it profitable for Putin if they talk at every corner that Gazprom buys football players for $ 100 million and that tariffs for the population are raised by 20 percent every year? If professional clubs are private firms and do not belong to the state, then from which buoys are they maintained by state corporations? You buy a ticket for a train-sponsor Lokomotiv, you speak on the phone-CSKA, pay for gas-Zenith with the German Schalke in addition, refuel at Lukkoil-Spartak ... By 2018 there will soon be no one to play in the national team ..
                Sports of the highest achievements is a state affair, as well as the organization of mass sports, including fubola ... And private clubs, sorry, make money yourself. and if not, then change the status to voluntary sports communities as in the Union ... In Germany, the state won after 2000. adopted a whole program to develop a network of football centers, attract specialists, search for talents and more .. And in 2010, graduates of these schools and found talents began to tear everyone like a hot-water bottle, and only Fursenki ruined one of us, a second education.
                1. Eugeniy_369
                  Eugeniy_369 5 December 2013 19: 02
                  0
                  Quote: Ascetic
                  Is it profitable for Putin if at every corner they tremble that Gazprom buys players for 100 million dollars and every year tariffs for the population increase by 20 percent. If professional clubs private firms are not owned by the state, then from which buoys do state corporations contain them?

                  Then the question is why is this? He is a "tree-stick" am president or doll?
        2. Valkyrie
          Valkyrie 5 December 2013 15: 24
          +1
          What are you, you can just as well and to the very quote: Eugeniy_369 "our power in power" to get to the bottom. Without touching Gazprom, it is inviolable.
          1. Eugeniy_369
            Eugeniy_369 5 December 2013 18: 59
            0
            Quote: Valkyrie
            Nizya touch Gazprom, he is untouchable.

            Think Comrade Correctly, lord! yes
      3. Igor39
        Igor39 5 December 2013 17: 12
        +2
        I would like to give the Polish "comrades" an idea from myself, apart from shale gas, there is also a source of gas, I thought, but if you collect bunches of people, and how many bunches can you collect from cattle in agriculture? This gas source needs to be considered, could there be a fume gas revolution? How do you colleagues idea? Maybe I'll get a Nobel Prize. laughing
        1. Shur
          Shur 5 December 2013 23: 25
          +2
          Methane has long been used in agriculture. Sorry, the manure in the reactor is wandering and the gas is taken to heat cowsheds, pigsties, etc. The output is also finished fertilizer. Late is the whole industry. There are also options for generating electric energy.
  • Sunjar
    Sunjar 5 December 2013 07: 50
    +2
    Oh, another person who knows even better how and whom to overthrow from the throne. If the United States had something effective, then they would already have done it. And so far, sosyamba.
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  • Humpty
    Humpty 5 December 2013 08: 00
    +4
    It seems that trying to trample Russia, the Western world got a reliable splinter in the heel. From this is required Slate revolution. Dear Americans, dancing, etc. take care of nature, your mother, it will still be useful to you.
  • complete zero
    complete zero 5 December 2013 08: 00
    +2
    (Smiled)))) - "The operation of the well, unlike traditional drilling ... and so on, this is something like - a feature of the unforgettable Lapis from the immortal creation of Ilf-Petrov -" The waves rolled over the pier and fell to the bottom with a FAST JACK "( where does the Drilling and the terms of Operation))))
  • vel77
    vel77 5 December 2013 08: 20
    +1
    ... they will get tired in the attack.)))
  • Chertkov Oleg
    Chertkov Oleg 5 December 2013 08: 28
    +3
    Quote: full zero
    (Smiled)))) - "The operation of the well, unlike traditional drilling ... and so on, this is something like - a feature of the unforgettable Lapis from the immortal creation of Ilf-Petrov -" The waves rolled over the pier and fell to the bottom with a FAST JACK "( where does the Drilling and the terms of Operation))))

    Read carefully, think. This refers to the traditional drilling and operation of wells in the Gas Deposits (essentially underground reservoirs). The shale gas is literally squeezed out of the shale products using liquid with additives under tremendous pressure. Hence the large cost, the future unprofitable and huge harm to nature.
    1. complete zero
      complete zero 5 December 2013 08: 40
      +1
      Dear Oleg-Exploitation and Drilling, these are DIFFERENT things (actually because of which I gave an example of 12 chairs), between Drilling and production (exploitation) there are several more steps, the final of which is Exploitation
    2. Egen
      Egen 5 December 2013 10: 52
      +1
      Quote: Oleg Chertkov
      The shale gas is literally squeezed out of the shale products using liquid with additives under tremendous pressure. Hence the large cost, the future unprofitable and huge harm to nature

      Quite the contrary, shale gas, like coal bed methane produced on a pilot scale in Kuzbass, has a different production scheme: an ESP or UShVN pump is lowered below the lower opened hydraulic fracturing interval, formation water is pumped out, rarefaction is created in the layers and, accordingly, is connected in coal ( or shale) and free gas went up. By itself, just pump out the water.
      A proppant fluid (and more recently, more and more just a little water with a drop of chlorine and sand) is used for hydraulic fracturing - to create (it is better to say increase natural) fracturing.
  • makarov
    makarov 5 December 2013 08: 32
    +4
    ".. The word" friendship "has disappeared from the international diplomatic lexicon almost everywhere ..." and instead of it the word "dryuchba" began to be actively used ...
    1. Known who
      Known who 5 December 2013 08: 48
      +2
      not "dryuchba" but "screwball" or, politically correct - "love of the blue"
  • Chertkov Oleg
    Chertkov Oleg 5 December 2013 08: 40
    +7
    If they bleat, scold, "pour" anything, then the comrades are on the right path with Putin (the word "gentlemen" still jars me). As the proverb says - "What is good for a German (Anglo-Saxon) Sert-Russian.
    1. Ptah
      Ptah 5 December 2013 13: 05
      +1
      Germans and Anglo-Saxons in essence and mentality are different nations. The Germans are more Latins.
      And on the topic. In the neighboring area, 4-5 years ago, there were also Chevron drilling rigs. Long ago, the grass has grown in that place.
      What I know is that most of the layers in America lie at a depth of 1-3 km, and Europe (including Germashka) over 6-8 km. Not uncommon and more 10 km.
      The Germans know how to count their money. After "exploration drilling", the profitability of the mines was calculated. It turned out to be almost comparable to the purchase in Russia, especially not far away, in the port, there is an unfinished huge terminal for receiving gas carriers.
      On that "friend" with "Chevron" and ended.
      Well, the "greens" held a protest, of course ...
      1. Egen
        Egen 5 December 2013 15: 05
        +1
        Quote: Ptah
        then I know that most of the layers in America lie at a depth of 1-3 km, and Europe (including Germashka) over 6-8 km. Not uncommon and more 10 km.

        Ah, there is one :) I’ll say again about native methane coal :) In Canada, they are developing from 200 in general. In Kuzbass we have effective depth - from 400 to 1000m, deeper - there is already less pressure and% extraction, it makes no sense. In Europe there is 3 km, and it is clear% extraction may be less. Well, with 10 km it’s not at all clear what will happen ...
        1. Ptah
          Ptah 6 December 2013 11: 27
          +1
          I ask for a "discount" for the fact that I am a purely "superficial" person and have never gone deep into the depths. You, of course, know better about the depth. I could have looked for more detailed information myself, but I will trust you.
          My thought was about the efficiency of mining and you understood correctly. Estimated and decided - while it is better to carry and pump from Russia.
          The situation is the same in France, Denmark and Holland. The euphoria caused by the amers has passed, the mining companies have sent "nah hausen".
          The Germans are also very "crazy" on the environment. The areas that I am talking about are in the north of the former GDR. They call it "the land of a thousand lakes". Industrial enterprises have greatly diminished, and the transparent lakes have become even cleaner. "Fritzes" will never exchange a dozen "medical" lakes for a nasty gas pump. Even YaE is abandoned.
  • aszzz888
    aszzz888 5 December 2013 08: 40
    +3
    At the very beginning of his article, Bernard L. Weinstein notes with displeasure that Putin enjoys a weakening US position, especially in Syria and other regions of the Middle East.


    Why should he sob over this? Something we did not see tears from the Merikatos, when we were and we have not the best times. And for all their "efforts" all over the world with their dermocracy, so let them go around the world with a hat, they can learn something. We have just provided testimonies from students, participants in the Maidans in Ukraine on TV. So they tell how, two months ago, an educational program was held at the A MERICAN EMBASSY, about today's events there. With detailed instructions, etc., etc. So how long to endure this merikatosny scum that climb into all countries and states!
  • Landwarrior
    Landwarrior 5 December 2013 08: 41
    +5
    As already got this shale theme sad
    Since Ilf and Petrov were mentioned here, then I will take advantage, paraphrasing a little:
    "Drill, Shura, drill!"and then we'll see. lol
    But (just in case lol ) I recommend the SVR to recruit more environmentalists in the USA in order to put it into action at the right time. wink .
  • Known who
    Known who 5 December 2013 08: 46
    +2
    The US State Department is always worried when it sees that someone might not obey it and is pushing as if it were constipation. Ideally, he will act with the Russian people as M. Thatcher said (1,8 million workers are enough, and the rest are in the crematorium) and there will be no questions at all if all the minerals belong to the states.
  • andruha70
    andruha70 5 December 2013 08: 52
    +4
    The expert offered different options for how to throw Putin off the throne, from the boycott of vodka to the export of liquefied natural gas produced in shale to Europe.
    laughing what is this talking about? but about the fact that you are going the right way (Russia), comrades! wink don’t boycott, don’t export ... then fresh water at 100 bucks per barrel - they’ll buy tongue in general, I am amazed - how many da.a.s. request
  • SibRUS
    SibRUS 5 December 2013 09: 02
    +7
    Let them produce shale gas by all means and as much as possible !!! This is a huge investment in our economy in the future, can you imagine how after all this the prices for drinking water will soar !? And who has the largest fresh water reserves? So I think that GDP is a great strategist wink
  • umah
    umah 5 December 2013 09: 09
    +1
    energy war with Russia is already underway

    Here is the news, so the news! And it’s nothing that since Churchill’s Munich speech the war against Russia has not stopped! We would not be happy to weaken the SGA if they did not try to tear and destroy Russia by all available means!
    1. bomg.77
      bomg.77 5 December 2013 10: 12
      +4
      Quote: umah
      Churchill’s Munich speech, the war against Russia did not stop
      Churchill spoke in Fulton, this is Putin in Munich. hi
      1. stalkerwalker
        stalkerwalker 5 December 2013 13: 26
        +3
        Quote: bomg.77
        Putin in Munich

        Yeah ...
        I remember the arrogant smirk of the Amer’s minister from defense during the speech of the GDP in Munich.
        Time has passed ...
        Now the GDP is grinning, looking at the attempts of both the minister and the mattresses in general wassat
  • major071
    major071 5 December 2013 09: 10
    +5
    Another of the cohort "did not spit in the direction of Russia - did not fall asleep calmly", sleep well, Mr. Weinstein - your spit did not reach the goal, the strength is not enough.
    1. Ptah
      Ptah 5 December 2013 13: 10
      0
      Quote: major071
      Mr. Weinstein - your spit did not reach the goal, strength is not enough.

      What kind of "FAN" would be sent to "Weinstein". So that the more powerful the spit, the more it would return. laughing
  • umah
    umah 5 December 2013 09: 13
    0
    I recommend SVR to recruit more environmentalists in the United States so that it can be put into action at the right time.

    If these environmentalists try to pickle, they will quickly be taken for their gills. Here you are not here. No mongrel will not be allowed to interfere in the affairs of the state. importance
  • FC SKIF
    FC SKIF 5 December 2013 09: 19
    +2
    Well, when the Americans fanned the bubble of real estate or their new economy. And then they ruin their land for centuries to come. .
    1. stalkerwalker
      stalkerwalker 5 December 2013 13: 31
      +3
      Quote: FC Skif
      Well, when the Americans fanned the bubble of real estate or their new economy. And then they ruin their land for centuries to come.

      Well, with the bubble they didn’t ask anyone.
      But the shale "revolutionaries" are a local phenomenon. The background is political, the screen is economic, the diagnosis is medical.
      The consequences for the environment are catastrophic.
      1. Egen
        Egen 5 December 2013 14: 54
        +1
        Quote: stalkerwalker
        Ecological consequences are catastrophic

        Dear Ilyich and Maxim, why are you listening to the magazine about all kinds of tales :( There are no catastrophes, if someone doesn’t grow their hands from there, it doesn’t mean the process itself :) Come not even to Canada, but to us in Kuzbass, I’ll show you where methane is mined - a small column sticks out in the field, and next to the mountain is a dump dump with an abyss beyond it of several hundred meters. Then personally compare :( Alas, photos are not attached, but a lot can be found on the Internet if you're interested.
        1. cenych
          cenych 5 December 2013 16: 16
          +1
          Compared, mining technologies are different.
          See what is shipped during shale gas production:
          Independent environmentalists have estimated that a special drilling fluid contains 596 chemicals: corrosion inhibitors, thickeners, acids, biocides, inhibitors for shale control, gelling agents. For each drilling, up to 26 thousand cubic meters of solution are needed. Purpose of some chemicals:

          hydrochloric acid helps dissolve minerals;
          ethylene glycol fights the appearance of deposits on the walls of pipes;
          isopropyl alcohol is used to increase the viscosity of a liquid;
          glutaraldehyde fights corrosion;
          light oil fractions are used to minimize friction;
          guar gum increases the viscosity of the solution;
          ammonium peroxodisulfate prevents the breakdown of guar gum;
          formamide inhibits corrosion;
          boric acid maintains fluid viscosity at high temperatures;
          citric acid is used to prevent metal deposition;
          potassium chloride prevents the passage of chemical reactions between the soil and the liquid;
          sodium or potassium carbonate is used to maintain acid balance.

          Tens of tons of solution from hundreds of chemicals are mixed with groundwater and cause a wide range of unpredictable negative consequences. Moreover, different oil companies use different solution formulations. The danger is not only the solution itself, but also compounds that rise from the ground as a result of hydraulic fracturing.

          Can you imagine the result for ecology?
          1. Egen
            Egen 5 December 2013 16: 25
            +1
            I'm sorry hi , I won’t go for shale, I have never done hydraulic fracturing on it myself :) In principle, methane used to use quite a bit of muck too, but on sedimentation tanks everything (including iron from the bottom) was settled and evaporated and the discharges were clean, even without sewage. But there these literally drop by drop ... But the total volume is also tens of tons.
            I know only one technology, the fleet is the same - the Trican company, but they are not aware of the differences in chemistry :(
            Theoretically, it cannot mix with groundwater only, because Hydraulic fracturing is done below water horizons, this can be if the tightness of the direction or conductor is violated (the wells are isolated up to 300 meters), and this actually happens if the hands are not from there ...
      2. WWSW
        WWSW 6 December 2013 14: 07
        0
        So it is necessary. To poison nature in Europe and in others, so that all kinds of Poles with Romanians (and another 200+ nationalities) die out there, and in a couple of years fill it with a golden billion.
  • lukke
    lukke 5 December 2013 09: 26
    +3
    The West and its hyenas in their repertoire ... I have not heard a single call from our experts "How to throw Obama off." How to strengthen our positions - yes, to defend our interests - too, But to sit like this and talk about what kind of dirty trick to do to people from another continent who do not climb to your home with their values ​​and do not enforce the rules of life. After all, the Anglo-Saxons are our enemies at the genetic level.
  • tilovaykrisa
    tilovaykrisa 5 December 2013 09: 37
    +1
    Bernard L. Weinstein is another poor misguided Jew who still believes that everyone in Russia drinks vodka, always with caps with earflaps, bears with balalaikas running around the streets, and the evil king in the person of GDP rules all this.
    1. Platov
      Platov 5 December 2013 13: 09
      +1
      In Russia, everyone drinks vodka, I often see myself carrying vodka from the store, not for the toilet, they take the toilet. Now it’s winter outside and the ear is cold so that the head from the Russians doesn’t go cold and I advise everyone. Not so long ago on TV I saw a bear strumming on a balalaika. So he is partly right. Only Bernard L. Weinstein has a very short memory as a girl. Forgot about the prohibition of the United States.
    2. polly
      polly 5 December 2013 17: 17
      +1
      "... according to the latest opinion poll by the Pew Center"
      This center with a symbolic name was not otherwise created by the Russians! laughing good
  • ZU-23
    ZU-23 5 December 2013 09: 44
    +1
    Americans lose breadcards all day and most importantly they don’t have a brain to re-adapt their policies to another only human channel.
  • ed65b
    ed65b 5 December 2013 09: 53
    +2
    America realized that it was necessary to take care of itself, having closed itself from the world, only how to do it having No. 1 army and generals, which was clearly not going home. While the military-industrial complex rules in the USA, they will continue to fight everywhere until the exhaustion of their country. an empire must perish only after going through all stages of self-destruction. And where are the young wolves with sharp teeth?
    1. ZU-23
      ZU-23 5 December 2013 10: 03
      +1
      You mean wolves that start to destroy them?
  • pensioner
    pensioner 5 December 2013 09: 59
    0
    Thanks Oleg !!
    And such as Weinstein, it doesn’t even occur today that Russia is not at all an enemy of Europe or America.
    Yes, you’ll go to such a cast iron. Here you need armor-piercing. Yes and a surname: oh, not English will be ... repeat We usually like Weinstein pronounce ...
  • Bashkaus
    Bashkaus 5 December 2013 10: 16
    +2
    "How to Overthrow Tsar Vladimir"). The expert offered different options for how to throw Putin off the throne, from the boycott of vodka to the export of liquefied natural gas produced in shale to Europe.
    Wait a minute!
    Putin is a legitimately elected presidential candidate by popular vote, at which the majority of the citizens of our 140 millionth country cast their votes for him. Any attempt to displace the legally elected government in a different way, as a popular vote is not democratic and goes against the will of the people of the country, as well as against international laws. Putin’s election as president was recognized by all countries of the world, the UN and the United States itself.
    Any conversation and attempt to displace legal authority is an interference in the internal affairs of my homeland, and I personally did not give such powers to the US gentlemen, although I did not vote for Putin either.
    God, how tired I am of this hypocrisy and lies of the West, already really resentment is climbing over the edge. Well, what should we do, take off the tarpaulin boot and give it to the western elites in the face?
    1. Chertkov Oleg
      Chertkov Oleg 5 December 2013 11: 07
      -1
      Strengthening the country, helping Putin, not giving bribes, passing bribes, joining patriotic parties, in general, working for the country personally and together, and not just surf the Internet. Who if not us?
      P.S. Self-formed, for example, books and videos of N. Starikov
  • abrakadabre
    abrakadabre 5 December 2013 10: 57
    +1
    The analyst considers the gas pipeline war in Europe to be the first stage of the energy confrontation. Its goal is to deprive Russia of its status as the main European supplier.

    So, finance a pipe to China, Russia with deliveries will go to the Asian region and will be what you are looking for - we will cease to be the largest for Europe.
    wink
    At that time (and even more so - in the last years of Gorbachev’s reign), it seemed to many Russians that the United States were kings and gods of this world, and they would act as Prometheus and bring fire to wild Russian people.

    With what fright and to what idiot, besides the power, all this seemed to be? I do not know anyone who would have been sick with such garbage.
    1. Egen
      Egen 5 December 2013 11: 32
      0
      Quote: abrakadabre
      So finance a pipe to China

      The duck pipe to China has long been going on and is being built through Altai, but see below, they forgot about Austria and China itself :)
      1. abrakadabre
        abrakadabre 5 December 2013 13: 10
        +1
        winked
        shhhh ... Let them finance one more. To make us faster we ceased to be suppliers to Europe, selling it all to the east.
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  • Dan master
    Dan master 5 December 2013 11: 23
    0
    People complain about shale gas production ...
    1. stalkerwalker
      stalkerwalker 5 December 2013 13: 34
      +3
      Quote: Dan Master
      People complain about shale gas production ...

      Only except for reporters there is no one to hear them.
      Yes, and those "to the nail" put - "Guardian".
  • Stinger
    Stinger 5 December 2013 11: 25
    0
    Reprimand from bad people is the same praise. Said the mentor of Nero Seneca and committed suicide on his orders to avoid the death penalty. This is about external statements. And you can’t say better about internal ones than Saltykov-Shedren: We have no middle ground: either in the snout or in the handle!
  • Egen
    Egen 5 December 2013 11: 26
    0
    Oh, these journalists :( They write themselves without knowing what :( There is no way to ask those who are engaged in this and see not "studies of the OPEC political organization", but analytical forecasts based on the primary source - the analysis of local markets, deposits, development plans both individual private and state companies and government strategies - for example, India and China :)
    Therefore, if the basis of reflection is incorrect, then the conclusions are wrong.
    I won’t say anything about oil shale, but I’ll say about coalbed methane.
    The press has written enough about our Kuzbass and there will be more :), I will tell you about the foreign countries. Although they say that shale has become "cooler" than SVM, it is possible, but methane also has great prospects. As for the export of LNG from the United States, it is unlikely so far, it is not profitable for the existing technologies of production and liquefaction. But 10 years ago, it was generally unprofitable to extract oil shale, technologies are changing very quickly. In Australia, for example, it is not technology that has a greater effect on production rates, but environmental bans! Moreover, they are all associated with improper operation, improper use of technology, and not with the shortcomings of the process itself. Below are some examples for thought from the article :)
    1. SibRUS
      SibRUS 5 December 2013 12: 08
      +1
      Gazprom is evading methane like fire, it is not profitable, they have been digging for more than 7 years in Talda with several wells. They even knocked out the benefits for themselves, under this business. There is information that none is super technology, as they have on the site, but the usual classic hydraulic fracturing, but everyone is silent about it.
      1. Egen
        Egen 5 December 2013 12: 36
        0
        Well, Vladimir hi , in general, in a few days the company itself will be 5 years :); the first well was drilled in 2009, so gas went only to 2010 - this is in Talda. But Naryk was built a long time ago, today almost 2 mln m3 per month is mined. Not billions, but many. The entire Kuzbass consume 4 billion per year. Talda, if you are in the know - a small shred surrounded by cuts, there is generally nowhere to swarm :), this is a purely research site :)
        Further, benefits - below I wrote about foreign benefits, ours - somewhere% 30 only from them. Well, yes, we have a completely different system of taxes and laws, we can’t even compare.
        Canadians did hydraulic fracturing in the summer using col-tubing, coiled tubing - as has been done abroad for several years, and using an aqueous solution of potassium-chlorine + proppant, and now quartz sand, with Kuzbass and the microsphere being tested. But this is still used abroad far from everywhere :))
        Well, the technology certainly does not say that it’s super, in terms of environmental impact - evolution and not revolution, but in terms of cost reduction - yes, hydraulic fracturing for coiled tubing is a flow method and not a cyclical one, 5-6 hydraulic fracturing is done in 1 day and not vice versa , 1 for 5-6 days :) True, Canadians say that they manage to do it there and 10 in a day, but our legislation is different, it does not allow them to use their process technology in connection with safety requirements, but this is also very cool :)
        But the technology of horizontal wells is practically "super", as I wrote an example about China, and the point is not that the system of mountain wells itself has been known and used for a long time, but in how it is drilled and mastered, and then what result it gives ...
        And where did you get such incorrect information about Kuzbass? :) After all, they even showed it on TV, but you still can’t believe it :( Come, see for yourself :)
        1. SibRUS
          SibRUS 5 December 2013 13: 04
          +1
          The Taldinskaya site was originally created in 2005 as a scientific testing ground, and therefore meant the term. As for methane, there were actually many projects. I think you know about the project of "associated" production at sh. Krasnogorskaya in Prokopyevsk (HC SDS), already closed. Perhaps in the future, yes, there will be prospects for the direction, but now it is a suitcase without a handle for Gazprom, which was first of all created at the request of the governor. Well, okay, time will tell, I will not argue, not everything is clear yet.
          PS: But it makes no sense to come to me, I’m 15 km from Talda. hi
          1. Egen
            Egen 5 December 2013 15: 15
            +1
            Quote: SibRUS
            Taldinskaya site was originally created in 2005, as a scientific training ground

            And, so it was the test site of the Gazprom Promgaz Institute, its branch in the Kuzne. The landfill is no longer there, there seem to be 10 people left in the branch. And officially Gazprom Dobycha Kuznetsk was established as a 100% subsidiary of Gazprom in December 2008, and this is where the countdown begins. In general, of course, back in 2001 there was an order from the President on the development of methane production, etc., but in fact - that's it.
            "Associated production" has existed at Kirovka for a long time - GPESs ​​utilize coal mine methane with a concentration of + -30%, but this is not the case, the technologies are not the same. The nearest ones are Kazakhs swarming, but they do not have enough funds. In Ukraine, Shell is puffing up something, but I'm afraid it's purely for show-off, they simply didn't want to invest in Kuzbass, because on LNG on Sakhalin and so on, there is more "foam", but then you need to work hard :)
            Last year, Yuzhka did a project on early degassing from the surface, quite interesting, but as I understand it they were not given money :(
            Threat in 15 km from Taldy will already be Prokopyevsk :) Then - stop by on a visit :) There is always a point - look, the security just doesn’t let it in :)
            ZYY and you, Vladimir, by chance, not a geologist? :)
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  • Egen
    Egen 5 December 2013 11: 28
    0
    In the United States, the degassing of mines began in the 19 century, the production boom began with the adoption of the 1979 law, which provided tax incentives of up to 50% of the cost of gas production. The peak of production occurred at 2008, when 55,67 billion m3 was produced (7,3% of the total consumption in the country). Then, with the introduction of new technologies, a shale boom began, and now coal and shale gas together provide more than 20% of US requirements.

    Australia’s commercial mining of coalbed methane began only in 1996, and after only 10 years, methane production exceeded conventional gas production; Now it is already in 3,5 times more. 2008 to 2011 the proven methane reserves have tripled and amount to about 30 trillion.m3.
    Thanks to the introduction of modern technologies, the cost of liquefying methane over the past 10 years has decreased by 35%. It is expected that by 2020. Australia will enter the 1-th place in the world in the export of LNG. 3 large plants (Queensland Curtis, Australia Pacific and Gladstone) with a capacity of 20,4 million tons are being built specifically for liquefying methane in coal seams. LNG per year and worth $ 37 billion

    Of the existing mines of the Upper Silesian Basin of Poland, half are super-categorical: up to 85% of production comes from methane-rich (up to 18m3 gas / t coal) formations. Ventilation methods to deal with methane hazard are insufficient here, therefore already with 1993. experimental work began on early degassing of coal seams, followed by gas utilization for cogeneration and sale to consumers. The maximum disposal at 15 mines of the basin amounted to 165,5 mln.m3 in 2009. with an average efficiency of its use of 60,4%.
  • Egen
    Egen 5 December 2013 11: 31
    +1
    Indian laws prohibit taxing methane coal projects for 5 years. Such a policy allowed to attract the largest international companies and the latest technology. Volume of investments in the methane industry up to 2023 will amount to $ 8,2 billion (10% of all expected investments in the industry in the world), and the share of coal bed methane in consumption will increase to 8,2% - more than in the United States.

    Recognizing the current importance of coalbed methane, the Chinese government has made methane one of the priorities of the 12 five-year plan (2011-2015gg), setting the global task of providing 25% of the country's energy needs with coal methane for 10 years.
    In 10 years, investments in the Chinese coal industry will grow 14 times and amount to $ 3,2 billion per year - 34% of all global investments in methane production, the volume of production will increase to 400 billion m3. The total investment in Asia over 10 years will amount to $ 66 billion - 80% of the total global investment in methane production. The technology of horizontal drilling allows you to get more gas than when drilling traditional wells: for example, in the Kenshi basin, the debit of a chevron well was 63 thousand m3 / day compared to 2 thousand m3 / day of a nearby conventional well. The total reserves of coalbed methane in Russia are estimated at 82trln.m3 - more than in the United States and China combined.

    Although pilot wells were developed from 1990, industrial methane production in Canada began only with 2001. But at a very fast pace: over 10 years, more than 16 000 wells have been drilled, including 400 horizontal and multilateral wells.

    Total summary: do not get hung up on the US-Europe-Russia relationship, and in general it’s better to ask specialists :)
  • rpek32
    rpek32 5 December 2013 12: 31
    0
    In parallel with the export, shale extraction technologies should be transferred to China, Poland and other countries with significant shale resources: this will reduce their dependence on Russian gas.

    Yes, yes, health, tell me soon. To all the other US players, these technologies, and most importantly, well-established production, are extremely necessary. laughing
    1. Egen
      Egen 5 December 2013 12: 37
      +1
      Quote: rpek32
      Yes, yes, health, tell me soon. To all other USA, these technologies

      In general, Australians are now the trendsetters :), and in a couple of years the Chinese will be :)
  • Bars90
    Bars90 5 December 2013 12: 44
    0
    Vladimir Vladimirovich needs to act in advance. Predict every step of the USA. Like in chess ... In general, politics, this is a big chess game.
  • Peaceful military
    Peaceful military 5 December 2013 13: 03
    +3
    Just think, some "independent" from an even more "independent" publication expressed an "independent" opinion.
    In the "independent" Baltic states, not so much is spewed out every day, not only from the "independent" media, but, much more often, from the lips of "independent" politicians.
    On this occasion, we had an incident a couple of months ago. Quite openly, shamelessly, so to speak, the presidents of all three republics were summoned SIMULTANEOUSLY ... Where would you think? To Brussels, probably, are they in the EU? NO! To Obama! Well, our titular and Latvian titular presentations are generally US citizens ... And they arrived at the same time, almost on the same plane.
    So much for your "independence". And the media is even easier.
    As for VVP, he is not the same person, as it seems to me, to supposedly "enjoy US weakness", besides, there is no weakness.
    Shale and liquefied gas ... This is not serious, this is for the plebs, sitting on the "needle" of "independent" media.
  • Keeper
    Keeper 5 December 2013 13: 07
    +1
    Good article! Thank!

    The whole joke is that everyone is so afraid of the American oil and Saudi bigwigs that they don’t even think about abandoning the sale of oil for dollars !!! At the time, only America and Saudi Arabia entered into this agreement! If Russia and Iran are not allowed to trade on world exchanges for rubles, it will be easier for such huge monsters to organize their world exchange !!!! And then many will be sad, especially those who miss their chance to profit from transactions ....
    It's time to sell exports from Russia for RUBLES!
  • Old scoop
    Old scoop 5 December 2013 13: 20
    +1
    I racked my brains, why the whole Maidan was oranged with oranges, but it turned out to be a pipe.
  • w2000
    w2000 5 December 2013 13: 43
    -4
    The overthrow of one ghoul will not give anything. Putin is just a talking head, the six exploiting class of oligarch capitalists. The change of one ghoul to another, within the framework of the existing political and economic model, is pointless. Only the socialist revolution, with the deprivation of the capitalist oligarchs and the bourgeoisie of their livelihood and parasitism, can change the plight of the people of Russia, when the blood-sucking exploiters consistently trample all the achievements of the October Revolution and squeeze the last juice out of the people. Therefore, it is not enough to get rid of Putin alone, it is necessary to change the system.
    1. Altor86
      Altor86 5 December 2013 13: 59
      0
      And where were you when the system changed? What was silent then? And now you wanted to fight?
      1. liter46
        liter46 5 December 2013 21: 52
        +1
        And where were you the dove at that time?
        We are an oath of those years, we lived and believed in the government and the leadership of the CPSU, and in return we received TRIED! Do you get a clear picture now?
  • Altor86
    Altor86 5 December 2013 13: 45
    +1
    Putin for the world has become a symbol of Russia, whether someone wants to admit it or not. So that while he is in power, there will be those who want to overthrow him. Not everything is going smoothly with him, but he plays as best he can.
  • morpogr
    morpogr 5 December 2013 13: 59
    -2
    If Putin is so annoying, then we're on the right track.
  • soldier's grandson
    soldier's grandson 5 December 2013 14: 07
    +3
    I don’t believe in Putin and power for a long time, the people are self-surviving, many are simply used to this state of affairs and the fact that no one can rule besides Putin, he is the same oligarch as his whole team
  • pensioner
    pensioner 5 December 2013 14: 08
    0
    Tsar Vladimir does not give rest to America

    Yes, he does not give rest to Europe! Especially this year. You read Inosmi - so it becomes joyful in your soul! Yes, and our dear ones do not lag behind the owners. Here all the liberal shobla gathered in Moscow about a month ago. "Writer" Akunin said that he would give Putin's regime no more than a year. The regime will collapse in general ... Then at some type of press conference (I wonder: who is interested in them?), They came to this conclusion with the whole crowd ... Well, well ...
    As for domestic politics: GDP knows what the people expect from it. I believe that all the same, the expectations will begin to justify ...
    1. prophetic
      prophetic 6 December 2013 11: 15
      +2
      only he doesn’t do anything from what the people expect from him. Here and maternal capital they think to cancel. But what, they have already given birth to a bunch of people, there’s no demographic crisis, the Russians are not dying out)))
      yes, according to figs Putin to our problems, the main thing for him is that he protects the country that he is robbing from external attacks, and of course he will not let anyone encroach on the wealth of the country he sells, he himself is not enough, but here he’s gone .. .
  • Nikita_Pilot
    Nikita_Pilot 5 December 2013 14: 51
    +1
    I still can’t wait for the US to default.
  • slaventi
    slaventi 5 December 2013 15: 17
    -2
    Quote: Alexander Romanov
    Probably the only one who will support Mr. Weinstein on our website will be Yarosvet, that's who dreams, so dreams to overthrow Putin wassat

    He is a traitor working for the State Department, now there are a lot of them on the network.
  • Jarilo
    Jarilo 5 December 2013 15: 29
    +1
    This is some kind of mania to fight with Russia. And if Russia ceases to supply energy to the West, what will happen will be fighting for the supply. The kingdom of the absurd. Where market relations, fair competition, all fiction. They say one thing, do another and this is with Russia, to say nothing of the rest.
  • Imperial
    Imperial 5 December 2013 16: 15
    +2
    Do not touch Uncle Vova, he has sadness and trouble, there is rusty water in the tap.
    Imagine, even me - sometimes I also have rusty water coming out of the pipe. Is it funny? But it's a fact. It's a shame to say that although this is state property, but maybe that's why? "Putin said, commenting on the questions and proposals of the ONF conference participants.

    What to expect? full privatization of housing and communal services, and another rise in tariffs.
  • Sibiriya
    Sibiriya 5 December 2013 17: 22
    0
    Article plus.
    It doesn’t work with amers, they don’t pull it - the elastic bands on the pants do not stand
  • Black
    Black 5 December 2013 17: 43
    0
    As I understand it, KING Vladimir (KING !! ??), according to some Weinstein, does not like the West because it enjoys weakening states.
    Something I did not see the President’s pleasure, or does he show it secretly, in a private conversation with a journalist?
    Firstly. You won’t get over every sneeze!
    Secondly. I liked their vodka plan. Let them drink it all! Depleting our strategic reserves!