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Harassment of Russian diplomats in the United States in the light of the geopolitical game in Europe

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Harassment of Russian diplomats in the United States in the light of the geopolitical game in Europe



The Russian Foreign Ministry said: the United States violated the banking secrecy of Russian diplomats, trying to make them involved in medical insurance fraud. It is about trying to blacken our citizens, to make them criminals in the eyes of the western public. Moreover, the violation of the banking secrecy of our ambassadors is not the worst thing that could happen to them: the Americans threaten our compatriots with prison! Meanwhile, the US-initiated scandal is just a small piece of a geopolitical game that is unfolding before our eyes.

Machine "justice"

A criminal case has been opened against employees of the Russian consulate in the United States and their family members. For the sake of diplomatic interests and the preservation of good-neighborly relations, this problem would turn out to be quietly “hushed up”, as many countries do if it were not for the number of defendants: 49 people! All - the citizens of Russia. Such actions can be qualified as disrespect towards Moscow, savory spittle in our direction.

In general, the beatings of our ambassadors have become commonplace. Ours are beaten in Qatar and in the Netherlands. And the recent “spy” scandal in the United States, after which Anna Chapman was recognized as the sexiest spy in the world? Washington did not provide convincing evidence that our compatriots expelled from the States had at least some connection with the special services.

Now diplomatic representatives of Russia are accused of fraud. Consulate employees and their families are charged with an underestimate of income for the sake of access to cheap medical insurance. The accusation itself is absurd: the diplomat is not a rascal from Harlem, why should he cry? It would be understandable if one or two people were accused of fraud, but fifty are on the verge of repression and political persecution.

Fortunately, our compatriots managed to return to their homeland before the American “justice” machine began to work. The Foreign Ministry reports that the employees of the Russian consulate involved in criminal proceedings, the permanent missions to the UN and the trade mission will be in the Russian Federation until the situation is resolved.

It is curious that Russians are accused of crimes allegedly committed more than 10 years ago. According to Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, in Washington, they deliberately delayed the consideration of the case for such an enormous period so that the accusations sounded as loud as possible and gained substantial resonance. And one more remarkable moment: the charges were brought against our citizens by Preet Bharara, the federal prosecutor of the Southern District of New York, known for being one of the initiators of the extradition of Konstantin Yaroshenko and Viktor Bout to the United States. Preet Bharara is a famous performer of the political will of the White House, inquisitor of the 21 century. In time, we managed to withdraw our representatives from the States! It is hard to imagine what they would expect in the USA if they fell into the hands of the American "justice" system.

Divide and Conquer

But who needs a provocation with our diplomats? Why hide them behind bars?

A large-scale amnesty is being carried out in Russia. Mikhail Khodorkovsky, Pussy Riot activists and Greenpeace members were released. Despite the apparent guilt of the convicts, the Kremlin makes concessions to Europe, hoping to maintain mutual understanding with European business partners. Moscow wants to defuse the international situation, the aggravation of which happened as a result of recent events in Ukraine. This is a very wise decision: it is possible to resolve the situation in Kiev without open confrontation with the European Union, finding common ground, even if they are on a different plane than the political situation in Ukraine.

Amnesty is only one of several measures aimed at finding a compromise with Brussels. In addition to it, other measures may be taken soon.

But Washington is unprofitable fast reconciliation of Russia with Western Europe. The White House is provoking the Kremlin to take drastic actions and wants a new round of political confrontation to begin. No wonder the opening of the criminal case against our diplomatic representatives coincided exactly with the amnesty of Khodorkovsky. If we, after the actions taken, give a symmetrical response, Western journalists will have a reason to call the current Kremlin leadership inconsistent. Say, "first released, and then - planted." It is obvious that Washington began the implementation of a grandiose and premeditated provocation.

To thwart reconciliation, the White House is ready to use all the political tools at its disposal. Whatever we do, the States will still take such measures, which are at odds with our actions and interests. We will be isolated diplomatically. By provoking a grand scandal and using it to cut us off from Western Europe, the United States will have an excellent opportunity to take the European Union under its control.

As you know, Eastern Europe already now serves as a kind of support for America in Europe, and the States will expand this platform so that countries like Germany and France will not be able to solve anything without the participation of weak Eastern European states. Therefore, America wants to include Eastern Partnership countries in the EU, which will also be loyal to Washington. If Russia quarrels with Europe, American political consultants will be able to pretty quickly shake the situation in Ukraine, as pro-Russian and pro-European politicians face head-on.

In addition, by upsetting the reconciliation process between Moscow and Brussels, the White House will be able to influence our relations with Europe. In this regard, the initiation of a criminal case against Russian diplomats has far-reaching goals, which concern not only us, but also our economic partners in Europe. If we start symmetrical proceedings with diplomats of the United States or any other country, then Western Europe, in solidarity with the States, may refuse to cooperate with us in certain areas of politics, economics, and public life. We will lose important partners. In contrast, France and Germany, having lost our support, will find themselves in economic (read: raw material) isolation.

Then Paris will be bad, and Berlin - even worse. Germany is very closely connected with us, we even have the levers of economic influence on Germany, and we do not use them only because of the honesty and reliability of our German partners. For us, replacing Germany with someone else is not a problem. Many European companies want to work with us, the competition for assistance in the development of mineral deposits is at a high level.

It will be even worse for France and Germany if the cooling of relations with Moscow coincides in time with the admission of new members to the European Union - the Eastern Partnership countries. Then the most developed countries of Europe will be in the minority and will be stupidly crushed by a mass of Eastern European countries loyal to the United States.

Thus, the White House uses the “divide and conquer” tactic familiar to it. Washington is going to interrupt the strategic economic partnership between Russia and Western Europe, stop the flow of investment in the Russian economy, and deprive Europe of its sources of energy resources. And if this cannot be done by conventional methods (embargo, economic intervention, the destruction of national producers), then Washington has to act indirectly, provoking Berlin, Paris, Rome to constant conflicts with Moscow.

The last scandal with Russian diplomats is only one of the drops in a sea of ​​lies. And prior to the initiation of a criminal case against our envoys, there were excesses that were arranged in such a way that Russia would always look in a bad light and react to events as painfully as possible for Europe. Similar incidents will be repeated in the future, as long as the States have a chance to cut off Western European countries from Russia, destroying possible economic and political alliances.
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  1. Valery Neonov
    Valery Neonov 30 December 2013 08: 42
    +11
    All these antics of the Americans from their exceptional impotence to change anything on the international scene in their favor, that’s nasty.
    1. DEMENTIY
      DEMENTIY 30 December 2013 09: 37
      +2
      Mac Fola with the embassies on the frontal place and the whole answer.
      1. Canep
        Canep 30 December 2013 10: 03
        +6
        If the Americans do not stop criminal proceedings against diplomats (including against the vice-consul of India), this could cause a deep gap. relations with the USA, with all the ensuing consequences. The de facto Americans not only do not guarantee the inviolability of representatives of foreign states, but also begin to persecute them in every possible way; the Vienna Convention is not respected by them.
        1. asar
          asar 5 January 2014 16: 06
          0
          do we have no leverage on the United States? are we all about ... eating? we have no nuclear weapons, no delivery vehicles? besides, the USA should not have such an "easy" fate! Why not starve the USA with HUNGER ?! such, at first glance, a paradoxical option! as? let our scientists think about it - they have big heads !!! (although, for me, an amateur, there are options!) The next step is to close all borders, close to the starving us! what buuuuuuuuuuu will !!! there will be chaos! that RUSSIA is required! ON KNEEL TO DELIVER USA !!!
      2. Sakhalininsk
        Sakhalininsk 30 December 2013 10: 04
        +3
        Quote: DEMENTIY
        Mac Fola with the embassies on the frontal place and the whole answer.


        It is high time for the aforementioned monkey to cut off the testicles with a blunt hacksaw, and then nail them to the top of the head with a rusty nail and send them home with a note: "He died suddenly from ARVI, the poor fellow choked with snot."
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        2. asar
          asar 5 January 2014 16: 10
          0
          catch zatsa and throw naked, to his native jungle !!!
      3. sledgehammer102
        sledgehammer102 30 December 2013 10: 20
        +19
        Quote: DEMENTIY
        All these antics of the Americans from their exceptional impotence to change anything on the international scene in their favor, that’s nasty.


        Of course. But they usually taunt those who are stronger and who are more afraid of this.
      4. asar
        asar 5 January 2014 15: 50
        0
        why so cruel! you have to be kinder - give a whisk to everyone ... and forth - Russia is big! in disobedience - spank and mine !!! three standards for each ... or whatever else we’ll come up with! dirty !!!
    2. felix
      felix 30 December 2013 11: 13
      -19%
      Nobody is going to be dirty. Themselves have messed up. In general, petty priydohi all over the world crap, grief "diplomats". And what does it mean to "hush up", the law is the same for everyone, or again, for a chicken 5 years and for millions, quietly hush everything up. Let them try in the slammer than money smells.
      That's what DIBLomats are kicking for all over the world.
      1. hohryakov066
        hohryakov066 30 December 2013 11: 25
        +12
        Judging by the flag, you live in the light of democracy. Well, live for yourself! Soup charity slurp! If not yet, you will try soon.
        1. sledgehammer102
          sledgehammer102 30 December 2013 12: 16
          +4
          Quote: hohryakov066
          Soup charity slurp! If not yet, you will try soon.


          And about the soup it is definitely noticed. In the US, it is already on a par with a hamburger in popularity
        2. felix
          felix 30 December 2013 12: 37
          -14%
          Unlike some Russian diplomats, I don’t sip charity soup, but I honestly work and pay taxes.
          1. Lelek
            Lelek 30 December 2013 13: 36
            +10
            Unlike Russian diplomats, you are not ours and will never be ours. request
          2. vinni
            vinni 30 December 2013 14: 00
            +9
            Mr. new-born Yankee felix! Judging by the fact that you made at least seven grammatical mistakes in two sentences, you are exactly what is required for "honest work and paying taxes." Only sometimes it is advisable to think about where exactly your honestly paid taxes go ...
            1. wax
              wax 30 December 2013 14: 56
              +7
              Guys, our diplomats are about to fight, and this is a fact that our side cannot dispute and does not dispute, but makes a pitiful face. The enemy always takes advantage of opportunities to play a dirty trick and make an allegedly decent hucksterish mine in content. It is ridiculous to criticize amers for the fact that they hit in the gut, since we ourselves have provided such an opportunity. If the "diplomats" had tried to behave this way under Stalin, they would have been imprisoned for 10 years each.
              1. Current 72
                Current 72 31 December 2013 03: 34
                +4
                And who told you that this is true !!! The USA knows how to fabricate false information, and pass it off as truth. Remember BUTA, if only for an example.
                1. abdrah
                  abdrah 1 January 2014 06: 09
                  +2
                  Sorry for getting into a conversation, but are there really people who consider Bout to be innocent? Booth is sitting for the sale of weapons, who authorized it, allowed and approved this another conversation, but Booth is only for what he sold! and it seems to me that it will sit for a long time ...
                  PS 17 moments of spring is the best film about scouts, but probably the current scout is doing something wrong ...
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                2. Pirr
                  Pirr 5 January 2014 10: 11
                  -2
                  Quote: Current 72
                  Remember BUTA, at least for an example.

                  Booth is a criminal, a seller of weapons to terrorists. If some Belarusian sold weapons to Caucasian terrorists (I know the case in the 90s, sights from Zavil Vavilov were carried in suitcases to the Russian Caucasus), and the Russians would put him in, I would applaud them.
                  Regarding the scandal, another, planned, common shame for Russians, took place at the Russian diplomatic consulate in NY, where Belarusians are neighbors (flags nearby). Here is a little pride in our "kryvavy rezhim" - not such "shameful jackals" like the diplomats of our rich allies. Although our salaries are much lower. They knew about this scam, but the consequences of its disclosure would be "tough", as we say! "You never dreamed of!" Or maybe that's good.
                  1. asar
                    asar 5 January 2014 16: 39
                    -1
                    I agree, Booth is a criminal! but why is there so much noise around ?! maybe someone has blocked the financial tap, someone from "our ..." that's howling !!! uuuuu !!! maybe that's enough, GOD !!! I met such, "equipped" with weapons, from such "BUTOV"! to wet them, to wet the "suppliers"! wet the "roof" !!!
                3. asar
                  asar 5 January 2014 16: 12
                  0
                  urine states !!!
          3. Current 72
            Current 72 31 December 2013 03: 29
            0
            Well, work and pay taxes, while others suffer for your money! You have not forgotten Yugoslavia, Iraq, Libya, Afghanistan, it is at this time, but before Vietnam, Korea. So shut up and do not rock the boat. Drink your soup there and do not go to us.
            1. asar
              asar 5 January 2014 16: 14
              -1
              What does the listed country have to do with it? I do not understand!
      2. Trinity
        Trinity 30 December 2013 23: 37
        0
        FELIX / Are you sick? In childhood, did not fall on your head? Well, you and TIPIL. Although an intelligent person doesn’t say this, stupid people shouldn’t pay attention. Ugh on them.
    3. avg
      avg 30 December 2013 11: 40
      +12
      Quote: Valery Neonov
      All these antics of the Americans from their exceptional impotence

      Unfortunately, the opposite. These antics from their traditional impudence and impunity.
      And our Foreign Ministry must remember that more than one war cannot be won while sitting on the defensive. It is high time their intimate places were checked for strength, then they will be respected in Europe and in the world. At least from India and Brazil to take an example.
      And for starters, you need to scratch your diplomats and the nursery rot - MGIMO
      1. sledgehammer102
        sledgehammer102 30 December 2013 12: 15
        +2
        Quote: avg
        And our Foreign Ministry must remember that more than one war cannot be won while sitting on the defensive.

        Do you know that Lavrov was given the "Troll of the Year" certificate?
      2. felix
        felix 30 December 2013 12: 40
        -9
        exposing swindlers in your arrogance?
        1. avg
          avg 30 December 2013 13: 02
          +4
          You "don't see the forest for the trees."
    4. asar
      asar 5 January 2014 15: 46
      0
      to hell with them, not RUSSIA !!!
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  3. makarov
    makarov 30 December 2013 09: 48
    +5
    Undoubtedly, the described events smack of a fair amount of "shit".
    But I, as an ordinary reader, have one question; - How could the special services of the Americans get information about the income of Russian diplomats? Looks like some kind of own rubbish leaked Old.
    1. Canep
      Canep 30 December 2013 09: 58
      +13
      Quote: makarov
      Looks like some kind of own rubbish leaked Old.

      No one was leaking anything, the Americans through the bank received this information. Our diplomats most likely received money from cards of American banks, which leaked special information. services, thereby violating the secrecy of bank deposits. Bankers simply did not know that the people upon whom the request came were using deep. immunity, for bankers they are just an account number, last name and first name.
      1. VAS 84
        VAS 84 30 December 2013 10: 36
        +8
        American banks and special services do not care whether you use immunity or not. hi
        1. fennekRUS
          fennekRUS 30 December 2013 10: 38
          +2
          pops-the law of nature
      2. luka095
        luka095 31 December 2013 17: 39
        +1
        The bank knows who its customer is.
    2. Vladimir65
      Vladimir65 30 December 2013 12: 17
      +15
      You quickly forgot Snowden. Diplomats are all under the hood and their accounts are not a secret for intelligence agencies. Hence decency, honesty in personal life should be absolutely transparent once I have chosen such a job.
    3. cdrt
      cdrt 30 December 2013 18: 54
      +5
      Quote: makarov
      Undoubtedly, the described events smack of a fair amount of "shit".
      But I, as an ordinary reader, have one question; - How could the special services of the Americans get information about the income of Russian diplomats? Looks like some kind of own rubbish leaked Old.


      They have income in the form of salaries from the state, and it is transferred to the bank. The bank and transmitted at the request of the prosecutor information on the movement of funds in accounts
  4. Krasnodar
    Krasnodar 30 December 2013 09: 52
    +5
    Nevertheless, it’s better to answer harshly, like Indians! To continue to be disagreeable!
    1. bif
      bif 5 January 2014 03: 08
      +1
      Quote: Krasnodar
      Nevertheless, it’s better to answer harshly, like Indians! To continue to be disagreeable!

      So amnesty .. amnesty, but the Icebreaker is confiscated ...
      "Ships of the ecological organization Greenpeace in 2014 year does not intend to patrol the waters of Russia, Greenpeace Poland program director Robert Tsygelski said at a press conference in Warsaw. According to RIA Novosti, instead, activists intend to explore the waters off the coast of the United States, Norway and Greenland ... Tsygelsky explained the refusal to patrol Russian waters with the fact thatthe only Greenpeace Arctic Sunrise ice drift is still under arrestand without it it’s impossible."http://ria.ru/earth/20140103/987797928.html
  5. vladsolo56
    vladsolo56 30 December 2013 09: 58
    +10
    In fact, there is no smoke without fire, if embassy employees or their wives are involved in fraud, which is not such an incredible thing, then the scandal should not be inflated by our Foreign Ministry. Today, there are practically no even just honest employees in power. The basis of Russian power at all levels is money-grubbing and corruption. I’m not surprised at anything. I will not begin to resent and stand up for the protection of officials in principle. Let them all be transplanted, not with us in the USA
    1. Asgard
      Asgard 30 December 2013 11: 20
      +5
      Yesterday I watched what "Vova" had signed there, but his hand would not dry up)))

      http://graph.document.kremlin.ru/page.aspx?3605304
      And again he did it))) The head of the "gunVOR" Timchenko noted that the awarding of the woman with whom he sleeps (that is, the citizens of Finland - Elena))) and his daughter Ksenia Frank (nee Timchenko, also a citizen of Finland))) FRIEND OF FRIENDSHIP with Putin)))))
      For what ??? State award !!!!for fun)))
      Thieves are around why our diplomats give birth to children in America and record them as US Citizens ???? DIPLOMATS !!!!
      Anna Chapman (Kushchenko)) was engaged not in espionage affairs, but in banal money laundering, and the stolen Russian money was doused in the US Economy.
      They say the United States released these unfortunate spies, because a lot of SEXUALLY confiscated ....
      1. Lelek
        Lelek 30 December 2013 13: 45
        +5
        As the American president said, "Yes, they are sons of bitches, but these are our sons of bitches." soldier
      2. just exp
        just exp 30 December 2013 14: 47
        +2
        and they send you progress reports every day that you know for sure that they did nothing for the state?
        and that is, the opinion that the bullied oil prices, our lobby in Western countries, and close contacts with the leaders of some Western countries did not fall from the sky themselves, but is the result of a long and painstaking work. and who did this work? would you answer ? But precisely Timchenko is not involved in this?
        1. Papakiko
          Papakiko 30 December 2013 18: 46
          +2
          Quote: just explo
          and that is, the opinion that bullied oil prices, our lobby in Western countries

          The earth does not become scarce with "luminaries"!
          You look at the Forbes list and then write about the lobby. soldier

          Clickable (list from 2010, but not much has changed over the past years)
          1. just exp
            just exp 31 December 2013 09: 11
            +1
            which of them grew in the oil industry in the zero?
      3. Skiff-2
        Skiff-2 30 December 2013 17: 29
        +11
        Quote: Asgard
        Anna Chapman (Kushchenko)) was engaged not in espionage affairs, but in banal money laundering, and the stolen Russian money was doused in the US Economy.

        How do you think intelligence activities should be financed? "Open and transparent"? Anna Chapman was promoted by the American media for a more expressive visibility of the RUSSIAN THREAT (they say, pins with a strong body, how to cope with them), and of course, out of envy. All these are links in one chain - from Russia they mold the image of an enemy and an aggressor, while the Western peoples oppressed by homo.seks are waiting for liberation from Russia and its victorious Army. Happy New Year, everyone ! And let our Shtirlitsy not run out on American soil !!!
    2. cdrt
      cdrt 30 December 2013 18: 58
      +9
      Quote: vladsolo56
      In fact, there is no smoke without fire, if embassy employees or their wives are involved in fraud, which is not such an incredible thing, then the scandal should not be inflated by our Foreign Ministry. Today, there are practically no even just honest employees in power. The basis of Russian power at all levels is money-grubbing and corruption. I’m not surprised at anything. I will not begin to resent and stand up for the protection of officials in principle. Let them all be transplanted, not with us in the USA


      Touching snot indignant ...
      The Americans are a geopolitical adversary. Their duty is to catch our country.
      But our diplomats are such a SHAME for the country!
      In Soviet times - all of them are not that they would never have gone abroad again, but maybe someone would have sat down ...
      And with IVS in general, such diplomats and their family members would go to the north to master 10-15 years
      1. Rurikovich
        Rurikovich 31 December 2013 00: 03
        +4
        Alas, to my great regret, now it’s not Joseph Vissarionovich at the helm, and the time is different, and the values ​​are different, and the moral is not the same ...
        1. abdrah
          abdrah 1 January 2014 06: 31
          +2
          Morality, values ​​- how we were brought up and how we educate our children - it will be so, such will be the values ​​and the time will be. My father told me about the advantages of the Soviet system and about the fact that "blacks are beaten in America," I believed him, and over the years, seeing and analyzing what was happening, only became firmly established in the faith.
  6. Puler
    Puler 30 December 2013 10: 00
    +2
    I repeat a bit ... the exceptional Africans! In a lie ...
    1. felix
      felix 30 December 2013 11: 18
      -6
      Do you really think this is a lie?
      1. Puler
        Puler 30 December 2013 12: 46
        +1
        if you start listing all the neglect spewing hawks ... banned ... article +.
      2. just exp
        just exp 30 December 2013 14: 47
        +9
        what is there with WMD in Iraq?
        found already?
  7. ReifA
    ReifA 30 December 2013 10: 01
    +4
    It would be better to answer asymmetrically, by stealing thieves, for example, from American diplomats, to raise their dirty laundry. You can not pay attention to the amers at all, quietly advising anyone who needs money in Baku. Yes, there are many answers. I think they’ll figure it out, in a suitable version.
    1. felix
      felix 30 December 2013 11: 22
      -6
      Yes, they’ll be lifted up constantly, only it is clean, unlike yours.
      1. Lelek
        Lelek 30 December 2013 13: 40
        +6
        Especially with Mr. Sorez. bully
      2. abrakadabre
        abrakadabre 30 December 2013 14: 08
        +3
        it’s only pure, unlike yours.
        Rather, they at least nassi in the eye - all God's dew.
    2. vanaheym
      vanaheym 30 December 2013 14: 15
      +4
      For some reason, it seems to me that American diplomats do not engage in petty fraud with health insurance privately, because they are paid enough, they have strict control and are motivated. but they carry the loot with unworthy suitcases.
  8. T-73
    T-73 30 December 2013 10: 24
    +2
    There’s a muddy story. But our MFA seemed to recognize that it was a business, they underestimated the amount of income. True, almost all have finished work with the states. And soon only one person was recalled.
  9. creak
    creak 30 December 2013 10: 36
    +15
    The author writes that it is difficult to imagine what would await our diplomats after they fell into the system of American justice ... Holders of diplomatic passports would have expected to be declared persona non grata and exiled to Russia. None of our diplomats went to prison like the American one. Russia and no one will create a precedent ... Even in cases where a diplomat commits, for example, an accident with a fatal outcome, he just goes home, there were many such cases and the author should not have whipped up passions and pretended that he did not know this. But the question remains - were there any violations by our citizens or not? If there was something to do with this provocation, they themselves disgraced Russia, if not, then it is necessary to give the United States a symmetrical answer, rich practice has been accumulated in this regard ... But the fact that the beating of our ambassador in Qatar was released on the brakes is an unacceptable thing, here there was a public humiliation of our state, not the ambassador - but the state that he represents ... Why was this outrageous case hushed up, because if such a "powerful" state like Qatar is possible, then it means that others can also get incidents in Holland, and now and the USA ...
    1. Sinbad
      Sinbad 31 December 2013 01: 02
      0
      I think that after the attack on our ambassador in Qatar, we simply had to introduce the necessary quick reaction forces into this country and put things in order there (at our discretion). To ensure the security of the Russian dip. employees and citizens.
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  11. Boris55
    Boris55 30 December 2013 14: 37
    +6
    Quote: Artyom Vit
    The Russian Foreign Ministry declares: the United States violated the banking secrecy of Russian diplomats

    I am against any banking secrecy of any citizen, with the exception of government deposits.
    It is this secret that contributes to the propagation of crooks and thieves.
    An honest citizen has nothing to hide.
  12. demotivator
    demotivator 30 December 2013 15: 41
    +5
    The author forgot to emphasize that this is LEGAL persecution of diplomats, or anyone else. As the hero of A. Papanov said in the film "Beware of the Car" - Don't steal!
    A diplomat is half the power of a country, its face. It is a pity that this face turned out to be painfully similar to one place.
  13. Mails
    Mails 30 December 2013 15: 49
    +2
    How many of our special services are homeless.
    But only the point is to open it for now. It’s like in the office where you work to open a jar with this very homo, and enjoy yourself and give to others.
    So it is here. If the game was worth the candle. And so we will listen to Amerov’s empty calls and apologize, and they will be smooth bribes.
    If you beat, then for sure ....
    1. Kostya pedestrian
      Kostya pedestrian 30 December 2013 17: 16
      -8
      By the way, the most restored sludges, twigs, yaks, lavas, polycarpous, not incl. ground equipment, like ises and teshes in the USA ...

      And tell me who loves the story of victory more: we or our allies.

      It is no wonder that you are Russians, with a small letter handed over their contingent of the Airborne Forces in Pristina, and not to "amers", but to some Doram Teutons from NATO.

      I am already silent about your allies from Iraq, Libya, Ukraine and the Pre-Nest.


      Net Aleksandra Nevsky on your Judah-Nissan-diesel, otherwise everyone would have moved to Kamaz-Maz. By the way from Mans, I am not thrilled - Hitler's scumbags. And they only pay tribute in blood ???? Hell!

      And how you want the Angels from Los Angeles to win in Russia, otherwise your golden eggs make me sick - I just feel sorry for the Slavs, otherwise some cheat is playing with you, then I would play burra with the men to show that their security forces are under kukun sit and do not want to go broke. Well, let's break the "minuscule"?
  14. Kostya pedestrian
    Kostya pedestrian 30 December 2013 17: 12
    -11%
    I have only one question, where do most Russian citizens live in the world - in the USA or Japan? And where can Russia influence politics - in imperialist Japan, which collapsed from the USSR and the United States, or from the United States - which "raked in" gold through the Lend-Lease and bombed the industrial centers of Germany, as now it turns out after dawn, because the Russian Vasya could, and so, in a couple of thousand lives, put this "unstable" battalion of tigers as in "Aty-bats went soldiers"

    By the way, the Japanese are eating whales, but what does Ivanovo end with?
  15. 787nkx
    787nkx 30 December 2013 17: 43
    +3
    In the USA, a system works against Russia, and not only Russia.
    Those. one harmful American doesn’t sit and doesn’t say let’s do this muck or this one.
    The state has implemented a counteraction system that works according to its intended purpose - automatically.
    Russia today is trying to manually counter this, it does not work out for every automatic attack of the enemy.
  16. dobrik10
    dobrik10 30 December 2013 19: 51
    +3
    Black label diplomas for this.
    and three more times a black mark.
    like used to be brought up in Russia but still there.
    weed out and forget.
    rats are being kept for free, God forbid from their feeder
    poher and not notice ...
  17. voliador
    voliador 30 December 2013 23: 15
    +1
    Divide and conquer politics, coupled with double standards. And scramers will not change it.
    1. vanaheym
      vanaheym 31 December 2013 03: 18
      -1
      Quote: voliador
      Divide and conquer politics, coupled with double standards. And scramers will not change it.

      The problem is that when they say: "The diplomats of Russia / Ukraine / Kazakhstan / Countries from the former" were making money for themselves by throwing American taxpayers, I will believe.
      If they say that the Americans muddied the loot on gasoline, popping cookies - I won’t believe it.
      1. Gecko
        Gecko 1 January 2014 22: 09
        0
        I always knew that Ukrainians are too gullible. soldier
  18. T-73
    T-73 31 December 2013 04: 13
    0
    Quote: Boris55
    An honest citizen has nothing to hide.

    Maybe some other whims will be? Well, if you think there's nothing to hide?
  19. kagorta
    kagorta 31 December 2013 08: 07
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    No, they are definitely "honest" people. They tried to recruit a hundred pounds of them. And they "flints" were not led. wink
  20. Kolyan 2
    Kolyan 2 31 December 2013 09: 15
    +1
    I always said everywhere, we have one enemy, it is the United States when they will not be there and then shut up.
  21. majorserg1978
    majorserg1978 1 January 2014 18: 06
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    For some reason, the question is not considered at all: are our diplomats swindlers or not. A thief should sit in jail.
  22. cap-blood
    cap-blood 1 January 2014 19: 46
    +1
    Correctly writes 787nkx that the system is working. In my opinion, our special services will be much inferior in terms of the systemic nature of their actions and their work, although the challenges facing Russia have become much larger, multifaceted, and require powerful analytics and an adequate response. Something is clearly underdeveloped, and the fifth column is no longer a column, but an entire army, more than Vlasov’s. Maybe something in the conservatory to fix, as M.Zhvanetsky wrote.
  23. blizart
    blizart 2 January 2014 10: 59
    +1
    It’s good that they themselves form our image of the enemy. When there is this image, even an army march is easier to run
  24. majorserg1978
    majorserg1978 2 January 2014 14: 34
    +2
    Khodorkovsky said at a press conference that he had no complaints. They played tough games and knew their rules. All by the rules.
    Our diplomats do not know the rules of the game? Or is politics not a tough game? About sr.sal - answer. And what does the country have to do with it? Ur.do is everywhere. Yes, 10 years ago, the entire Foreign Ministry was headed by Kozyrev. I don’t see at all what can worsen relations here? The host country did not suffer any political damage. And they tried to believe that money - otherwise they don’t steal in America without them. But for example, the detention in Moscow in April of 3 secretaries of the US embassy in an attempt to recruit a senior FSB officer is a specific hostile operation. Amerikosov watched all governments, listened - and that, someone quarreled with them, recalled ambassadors.
    Give up. Nonsense is all that. White noise with zero information content and the same efficiency.
  25. vvpll
    vvpll 3 January 2014 08: 50
    +1
    Americans, of course, pigs, how much insurance there could be silent
  26. ia-ai00
    ia-ai00 3 January 2014 10: 38
    0
    If my memory serves me, before, if any diplomat violated something, he was expelled from the country, sent a "note" to the diplomat's government, and now - the threat of imprisonment. Moreover, considering that all American diplomats are engaged in with impunity subversive activities in all countries, then, some kind of medical insurance - LAUGHTER!