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Does Der Spiegel travel across Russia, or what kind of press does Russian Railways offer passengers?

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Many of our readers are aware of the existence in the former Soviet Union of joint projects of local and foreign news media. The essence of such activity is that one or another Western mass media, through the representations created in Russia, Ukraine and other countries of the post-Soviet space, conveyed their vision of the geopolitical or economic situation to an extended circle of readers. Such ways of expanding the reader’s (audience, user) audience are resorted to, for example, Radio Liberty, the German weekly Der Spiegel, and other Western media.


The focus of these publications is also known, as is their main information and political message. The promise is to form, through its foreign representative offices in a particular state, a public opinion that would fully meet the interests of the people behind large foreign resources, the interests of powerful political and economic clans. However, in connection with the latest events related to the state of affairs in Ukraine and around Ukraine, many Western information and analytical resources (from newspapers and radio stations to television channels and major Internet resources) began to lose their target audience, so to speak. viewers, listeners who would unconditionally support exclusively Western and pro-Western point of view on the Ukrainian conflict, and indeed on most of the processes occurring in the world.

Significant loss of audience media from Europe and North America, broadcasting in both foreign languages ​​and in Russian, found (by their own estimates) in the vast expanses of the Russian Federation. And this loss of a considerable percentage of the “target” audience in connection with known events clearly prevents Western stakeholders from effectively solving the tasks of cultivating the “special” opinion among the inhabitants of Russia.
It is urgent to get out of the crisis that has taken shape! - decided the Western media, stubbornly wishing to process the reader contingent of the Russian Federation. After all, when an increasing number of Russians are convinced that many foreign media have turned into a mouthpiece of disinformation, outright lies or pushing through purely anti-Russian positions, then it is necessary to resort to extraordinary measures. What was the solution found? We will understand in more detail.

May 2014 of the year. One of the firm trains of Russian Railways, departing from Moscow. The so-called soft car. The ticket price includes services not only of moving and bed linen itself, but also press services. And if everything is understandable a priori with the move and bed linen, then the press has caused considerable surprise when meeting with her during the journey. A courteous conductor delivered Profile magazine in a compartment, on the cover of which was the famous portrait of Mr. Makarevich with a ribbon in the colors of the Ukrainian flag on his coat. In addition to Makarevich's position, the cover of the magazine reported that Profile was a business weekly published jointly with Der Spiegel mentioned above.

Does Der Spiegel travel across Russia, or what kind of press does Russian Railways offer passengers?


To ignore the proposed press did not work - the road is far away, endlessly staring out the window, even despite the amazing May landscapes, you will not be either. And interest in the magazine was fueled by the fact that it was just interesting to find out what press content for its passengers the management of Russian Railways decided to focus on. Well, in fact, it was not on a personal initiative that the conductor decided to distribute a magazine among the clients of the carrier company, which she personally appeals to ...

So - about the content. Retelling it completely - it makes no sense, especially since anyone can find the edition distributed through Russian Railways (Profil magazine under 16-17 from 28.04.14) on the Internet; on the other hand, it makes sense to offer our readers interesting excerpts from the articles of the very issue that “thoughtfully” offered to passengers on the Moscow-owned train of the Russian Railways.

Dirk Kurbyuvayt, article "The Power of the Powerless" with a photo of Vitaly Churkin sitting alone



A few quotes from the article:

In the conditions of the Ukrainian crisis, the West behaves softly and compliantly.


The world will not rest after Vladimir Putin annexed Crimea to his empire.


... today, authoritarian regimes have an advantage. One of the reasons for this is determination. Putin achieved his goal in the Crimea, because he acted without hesitation. The Russian ruler does not need to go to the authorities to send his troops somewhere. An authoritarian ruler can argue his actions by popular support, which makes an impression on the West. Such regimes do not know the problems with morality. For them, legitimacy is of secondary importance, since their own legitimation is questionable. They have no mission that they would have to carry. When somewhere war breaks out or human rights are violated, they should not be bothered. What does someone's suffering mean to them if they make their own peoples suffer? This allows them to pursue a policy that seems monolithic.


Putin's empire, the softness of the West, the dubious legitimacy of the Russian authorities. Strong, isn't it ...

This looks especially strong due to the fact that the passenger of this article by Mr. Kurbjuvayta along with other articles of the Profil magazine, excuse me, vtyuhali without particular consideration for the interests of the passenger - not only that, but also for the passenger’s money. Of course, “Der Spiegel” has obvious problems with the distribution of such authorial positions in Russia through subscription, and the very thing through Russian Railways ... They say they will read the majority anyway, or at least run over their eyes, forming their point of view - preferably consonant with the point view of the owners of "Spiegel". And if we take into account how many Russians move annually in Russian Railways cars that offer the “right” press from someone’s point of view, it becomes clear that the effect is expected to be substantial. Stunning marketing, stunning management, stunning position of Russian Railways, which, let's not forget, is a state-owned company with an annual turnover of almost a trillion rubles 1,5 ...

Vladimir Rudakov, the article "Putin is pursuing a policy in accordance with the expectations of the majority."

A few quotes from the article:

Putin in the first two terms gave serious importance to relations with the West. Now Russia has refused membership in the G8.


Is that so? It turns out that readers of the Spiegel “Profile” should “find out” that it was Russia that decided to leave G-8. Itself, they say, decided ... But in this GE-8 we were incredibly happy, they listened to our interests and fell on our knees, so that Moscow would remain in this “friendly family” ...

In connection with the crisis in Ukraine, the society is filled with fears of the “iron curtain” and possible reprisals against dissidents.


Apparently, this is some kind of too narrow society, which today is so firmly occupied by the theme of some kind of repression against dissidents. What kind of repressions are there when these same dissidents get access to spreading their opinions even through the Russian state company - the largest employer in the Russian Federation, whose transport services are used by millions of people ... To be honest, the repression of the original form, which has no analogs in world practice. You can imagine if, for example, an English or German version of the Rossiyskaya Gazeta were broadcast on the American, German or Canadian trains or airplanes or the Russia Today TV channel was broadcast ...

Dmitry Bykov. Publication of an interview with Andrei Makarevich.

Quote Makarevich:

Predict what will happen here in a year or even two, no one will undertake. And who in 1914 could have imagined what would happen two and a half years later? And 20 June 1941, who really believed that the day after tomorrow is war? Stalin, and that ... The world is now hanging on a very thin hair. Enough of a crazy step or a word from any side, so that everything will break loose in the last war on Earth. I am almost sure that it will not happen, but what will today's quasi-patriotic hysteria turn out for us and whether it will be possible to drive the genie into a bottle ... However, there are grounds for optimism. Many have calmed down. People are glad to welcome Crimea as part of Russia, but are not willing to pay for it, much less. The consequences are already palpable.


The consequences for the musician Andrei Makarevich from the reunification of the Crimea with Russia are palpable, says Spiegel to passengers of Russian trains ... If passengers are dumbfounded by Makarevich’s opinion about the annexation of Crimea and some terrible consequences, then he himself is a musician cook diver suggests a term for self-identification - adherents of quasi-patriotic hysteria - no other way ...

In general, the subject of the press, which the Russian state-owned company Russian Railways, headed by Vladimir Yakunin, offered to its customers on the May holidays, is understandable.



One thing is unclear: is this the official position and leadership of Russian Railways, too, or does Vladimir Ivanovich not for personal gain, but by the will of a bright cover, without familiarizing himself with the content? .. Or maybe, after all, the insidious conductors slip? ..
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  1. Apollo
    Apollo 12 May 2014 08: 07
    +32
    Good morning everybody. hi

    quote-A Still, interest in the magazine was fueled by the fact that it was just interesting to find out what kind of press the management of Russian Railways decided to focus on for its passengers. Well, in fact, it was not a conductor who, on a personal initiative, decided to distribute among the customers of the carrier company a magazine that impressed her personally ... the end of the quote.



    Yakunin has long built up his face to enchanting proportions. It is high time it was already on the carpet. To conduct a comprehensive check of the entire industry.
    1. Same lech
      Same lech 12 May 2014 08: 11
      +4
      The oligarch is a person untouchable .. while following the course of GDP .....


      And SO .. STEP LEFT .... STEP RIGHT .. jump on the spot, shooting without warning.
      1. ArhipenkoAndrey
        ArhipenkoAndrey 12 May 2014 13: 15
        +2
        And hto does not jump that ...
      2. Sirocco
        Sirocco 12 May 2014 15: 03
        +3
        Quote: The same LYOKHA
        And SO .. STEP LEFT .... STEP RIGHT .. jump on the spot, shooting without warning.

        Just such a policy is now used by Russian Railways in relation to its workers. Despite the safety measures taken, injuries and accidents have increased on the Russian Railways since the 10th year. theft is enormous (judging by one branch of a structural unit of Russian Railways) Cut hours, lunch time, and other delights.
    2. svp67
      svp67 12 May 2014 08: 24
      +7
      Good hi
      Quote: Apollon
      Yakunin has long built up his face to enchanting proportions. It is high time it was already on the carpet. To conduct a comprehensive check of the entire industry.

      Oh IT'S TIME, I think we will have "new-Serdyukov"
      1. Apollo
        Apollo 12 May 2014 08: 37
        +6
        Quote: svp67
        Oh IT'S TIME, I think we will have "new-Serdyukov"


        Ours has not gone far from yours. It also begs for a weighty kick.

        How cute they look, next to them.




        1. svp67
          svp67 12 May 2014 08: 40
          +6
          Quote: Apollon
          Ours has not gone far from yours. It also begs for a weighty kick.
          Handing out kicks is the simplest thing, here's a COURT to land, that's what's hard ...
          1. Apollo
            Apollo 12 May 2014 08: 45
            +10
            Quote: svp67
            Handing out kicks is the simplest thing, here's a COURT to land, that's what's hard ...

            I agree. An impudent and criminal oligarchy in the CIS countries one of the obstacles to creating a TS. Everyone knows this but prefers to keep quiet.
            1. rasputin17
              rasputin17 12 May 2014 09: 39
              +1
              Quote: Apollon
              Quote: svp67
              Handing out kicks is the simplest thing, here's a COURT to land, that's what's hard ...

              I agree. An impudent and criminal oligarchy in the CIS countries one of the obstacles to creating a TS. Everyone knows this but prefers to keep quiet.

              The question is different! Why in the CIS all the key and fodder places are occupied by oligarchy and the so-called "families"?
            2. mirag2
              mirag2 12 May 2014 09: 39
              +2
              Something with the vegetation in the makar on the face, for the severity of the look, have you done something frosty photoshop?
              1. 52
                52 12 May 2014 14: 02
                +2
                Yes, no, this is the very snout in the gun, the modern edition, modernized.
              2. _my opinion
                _my opinion 12 May 2014 14: 44
                +4
                Yeah, in the color of a scarf laughing
                I have a question: what are all sorts of Makarevichs, Yarmolniks, Prokhorovs and others who do not go out with their "peace marches", while the junta is waging a war with the people?
                ... pooh on them ...
                1. kamo
                  kamo 13 May 2014 03: 16
                  +1
                  I join !!!! Where are these "fighters for human rights and freedom of speech" when they are burned alive for just one expression of their own opinion, as in Odessa?
        2. ioann1
          ioann1 13 May 2014 00: 00
          +1
          The hatred of some towards Yakunin among the liberal-creative class is clear and very old. Anyone who even has a little idea of ​​what Russian Railways can understand is that it’s very foolish to blame such intrigues on the head of Russian Railways. By the way, Provocations happen not only in Kiev and the Southeast, but also on the Russian Railways, oddly enough.
          And then there is such great news: Russian Railways refused to buy rails abroad. What this fact means for the Russian manufacturer and the budget of Russia to explain, I think, is not necessary. Here are a lot of guys from the State Department hired, they say, give them the President of the Russian Railways to slaughter.
          The fact that magazines tossed on trains you won’t surprise anyone should be answered by those who are responsible for this. In Moscow, on the streets, some kind of person distributes obscene magazines to drivers, so is Putin to blame for this ?! indiscriminately blaming anyone without falling into is simply disgusting.
      2. Dronik3113
        Dronik3113 12 May 2014 16: 19
        +1
        Why - "will appear", it has been there for a long time ... The company is, as it were, state-owned, and the management behaves and positions itself as private ... All the same, an audit would not interfere with it ...
      3. 77bob1973
        77bob1973 12 May 2014 22: 07
        0
        Listen, he appeared a very long time ago 11 years ago, and we just now have seen the sight ...
    3. Native grandfather
      Native grandfather 12 May 2014 09: 49
      +1
      Quote: Apollon
      Well, in fact, it was not a conductor who, on a personal initiative, decided to distribute among the clients of the carrier company a magazine that impressed her personally ...

      If I got this magazine on the train, I would crumble it into small pieces and secretly from time to time throw this garbage around the car. Well, so that the conductor distributing this publication would have added trouble with cleaning and lost her further desire to distribute this waste paper. And the rest of the passengers would have been campaigning for such a flash mob. laughing
      1. edmed
        edmed 12 May 2014 17: 55
        -1
        Before crumbling something, you need to grasp the essence of the issue, and it is as follows, the salary of the conductor depends on the plan for "vparivaniya" any accompanying crap, which is shoved by any intermediary firms organized by the chiefs, under the guise of "improving the quality of service", it comes to the fact that conductors forced to pay out of their own pocket for unrealized crap, so as not to lose in salary, or not be thrown out.
    4. varov14
      varov14 12 May 2014 21: 22
      0
      It's time s.h.a.t. from Russian Railways to the Northern Sea Route, it’s warmer there and someone needs to rebuild.
    5. 77bob1973
      77bob1973 12 May 2014 22: 04
      +2
      And what to check, I can tell you how, instead of our "Falcon", the "Sapsan" from "Siemens" entered the railway network, or how the annual boards of Russian Railways are held in hotels with rooms of 1 thousand. dollars per day, about the main depots located far from the hub stations, about the staff of locomotive depots where the number of employees roughly corresponds to the management of this depot!
    6. Free Island
      Free Island 13 May 2014 03: 57
      0
      and nevertheless, yesterday Russian Railways imposed sanctions against the West in its own way, refusing to buy foreign rails (and volumes are far from small) and completely switched to purchases from a domestic manufacturer .... and at the expense of Russian Railways .. still I don’t think that the management .. for example, we don’t give out such things in trains. and even in the station press kiosks this is not.
  2. KOH
    KOH 12 May 2014 08: 09
    +10
    I have long noticed that the Minister of Railways with rotten ... and clearly asks for a replacement.
    1. 225chay
      225chay 12 May 2014 09: 06
      +2
      Quote: CON
      KON Today, 08:09 AM New
      I have long noticed that the Minister of Railways with rotten ... and clearly asks for a replacement.

      Our government has such a majority ... What are all sorts of "Holodtsy" Lebanese and the like
  3. Fox
    Fox 12 May 2014 08: 13
    +1
    gouging will not work, as a reason. Now liberoid mold will spoil quietly, but in all directions.
  4. Balamyt
    Balamyt 12 May 2014 08: 25
    +5
    Like it or not, the press that we find on trains is essentially imposed on us! There is no choice, and is not foreseen. And since there is no choice, then in general this service should be excluded! Must offer absolutely neutral printed products, and no policy.
  5. denchik1977
    denchik1977 12 May 2014 08: 27
    +5
    The main threat to Russia lies not so much in external threats as in internal threats. It is this "fifth column" in the face of the liberals in the government, the pseudo-intelligentsia of many art and cultural figures, which they really are not, pseudo-patrites from Bolotnaya Square — all this is a direct threat to Russian statehood. And the sooner the country gets rid of them, the sooner it will regain the status of a strong and stable state ...
    1. 225chay
      225chay 12 May 2014 09: 07
      +2
      Quote: denchik1977
      And the sooner the country gets rid of them, the faster it will regain the status of a strong and stable state .....


      What prevents this from doing to our leadership?
      1. pvn53
        pvn53 14 May 2014 11: 07
        0
        Moreover, it is necessary to nationalize natural monopolies - energy, railway, etc.
    2. moscelena
      moscelena 12 May 2014 17: 14
      0
      100% agree!
    3. moscelena
      moscelena 12 May 2014 17: 14
      0
      100% agree!
  6. orthopedist
    orthopedist 12 May 2014 08: 28
    +7
    Russian Railways is a stronghold of theft and moronism among managers I’m not afraid to say that it will organize soon roads we will not say as a specialist working for Russian Railways
    1. Jrvin
      Jrvin 12 May 2014 08: 49
      +9
      I myself work as a driver, I haven’t seen a dumber guide.
      1. varov14
        varov14 12 May 2014 21: 33
        +1
        Aw! Medvedev, it turns out your leadership in the Russian Railways is stupid, or?
      2. 77bob1973
        77bob1973 12 May 2014 22: 14
        +2
        Six years ago, I left this company and I do not regret it because Russian Railways is veiled slavery and sheer injustice, before that I was connected with the Ministry of Railways for 20 years!
  7. A1L9E4K9S
    A1L9E4K9S 12 May 2014 08: 34
    +2
    Yes, you are people, Yakunin, and here it is, all these unsuitable conductors palm off on an anti-Russian press, on the instructions of the CIA to corrupt the chastity of a Russian weak-willed passenger. Yes, but Makarevich is good at giving out pearls. You will not drink talent.
    1. 77bob1973
      77bob1973 12 May 2014 22: 16
      0
      They didn’t modify it a bit here - it was necessary to spread through the windows in the taiga, among the bears ...
  8. mig31
    mig31 12 May 2014 08: 35
    +2
    Many, in all ages, have tried to deprive RUSSIA of patriotism, and at all times they have done their best, and this scum makar including GREAT RUSSIA AND ITS PATRIOTS ARE INALITABLE !!!
    1. mark7
      mark7 12 May 2014 09: 12
      +1
      Quote: mig31
      Many, in all ages, have tried to deprive RUSSIA of patriotism, and at all times they have done their best, and this scum makar including GREAT RUSSIA AND ITS PATRIOTS ARE INALITABLE !!!

      Yes, I’d like to give a butt on the glasses, my hands itch
  9. veteran56
    veteran56 12 May 2014 08: 45
    +4
    It's time to drive into the neck snickering Yakunin! Bastard selling!
  10. gozmosZh
    gozmosZh 12 May 2014 08: 48
    +1
    Quote: Balamyt
    Like it or not, the press that we find on trains is essentially imposed on us! There is no choice, and is not foreseen. And since there is no choice, then in general this service should be excluded! Must offer absolutely neutral printed products, and no policy.

    What is "neutral"? Speed ​​info, Mother-in-law's language or Murzilka?
  11. Stasi
    Stasi 12 May 2014 08: 48
    +3
    Not by washing, so by rolling the Western press decided to get the opportunity to powder the brains of the Russians. And using for this the state company "Russian Railways". Interestingly, in air and sea transport, too, now the ticket price includes the provision of press, mainly foreign? About the railroad. It is clear that this was not without Yakunin's sanction, the conductors never impose the press on their own initiative, there was always an opportunity to choose what to read. Then the question is pertinent, for how much the head of Russian Railways authorized the inclusion of the provision of the press in the ticket price, moreover, the western one.
  12. gandalf
    gandalf 12 May 2014 08: 49
    +3
    People are glad to welcome Crimea as part of Russia, but are not ready to pay for it, all the more so. The consequences are already tangible.

    You won’t have to pay for it ... because The Russian Federation simply printed (that is, it took dollars from the egg capsules that the West considers its own, and printed rubles in this amount) ~ 1.5 trillion. rubles. And these printed rubles were immediately provided by the people of Crimea with their work and enterprises. Tidying up Crimea's infrastructure is a lot of work for many people throughout Russia, and this is taxes, increased production, reduced unemployment, etc.

    But Makaronych himself clearly felt that Crimea had gone a penny ... Even a dollar ... Who after that will go to his concerts in Russia?

    And maybe, all the same, insidious conductors slip in? ..


    In short, yes.

    Not all issues are decided by the main person of the company. The director of the plant will not decide which company to buy paper for accounting - not his competence.
    The 5th column is just still strong. Especially in the media. So in the Russian Railways there is some kind of public relations department, in which graduates of Western universities from grants sit. And what kind of policy such "specialists" are doing is known.
  13. silberwolf88
    silberwolf88 12 May 2014 08: 59
    +5
    Let's not forget ... that RAO RZD is a company with a high participation of state capital ... therefore it would be nice to ask the management how it allowed such a provocation ... and it is advisable to find out who will be responsible for this ???
  14. Sanreeder
    Sanreeder 12 May 2014 09: 07
    +1
    But "Tender May" after such "railway PR" has become super popular.
    Are the liberals coming?
  15. papont64
    papont64 12 May 2014 09: 07
    0
    Only by obtaining information from a variety of sources can we draw relatively correct conclusions.
    1. dmb
      dmb 12 May 2014 14: 44
      +1
      I absolutely agree with you. True, there are several "buts". 1. Level of education; Today, even the two higher ones do not give reason to believe that a person is able to separate the wheat from the chaff. 2. Lack of effective counter-propaganda; Nobody bothered to distribute in parallel a journal with a LITERATURE "analysis of the article's arguments. 3.I.T.D. As a result, we have only two types of comments: a) ban the journal, b) hang Yakunin. I have no doubts about the validity of the second sentence, but it is unlikely that Yakunin knows what kind of press is given on the trains. ”The latter does not absolve him of his guilt, because he demands only profit from those who are directly involved in this at any cost, and he does not care how they get it.
  16. sanja.grw
    sanja.grw 12 May 2014 09: 16
    +1
    But what train did he ride? I myself work on a piece of iron but I haven’t seen such a magazine in our trains (Nizhny Novgorod). Maybe a train is not of our formation? If you are coming from Moscow this does not mean that you have joined the Russian train
    1. Alex 241
      Alex 241 12 May 2014 09: 28
      +1
      ]
      Quote: sanja.grw
      What train did he ride on?

      Most likely Aeroexpress. There is a press.
      1. sanja.grw
        sanja.grw 12 May 2014 12: 00
        +2
        So the press is in all branded trains. And magazines and newspapers, I just didn’t see such a magazine with us, and we don’t print the press in Nizhny.
        For example, we have SV and Sacvoyage magazines
    2. Volodin
      12 May 2014 12: 46
      +1
      Fast train # 082I. Moscow - Ulan-Ude. The car is "soft".
      1. sanja.grw
        sanja.grw 12 May 2014 15: 50
        0
        I really didn’t expect it to be like that.
  17. mamont5
    mamont5 12 May 2014 09: 17
    +2
    "One thing is unclear: this is the official position of the leadership of Russian Railways, too, or is Vladimir Ivanovich not for the sake of self-interest, but only by the will of a bright cover, without having familiarized himself with the content? .. Or maybe they still slip the insidious conductors? .."

    And it is necessary for the relevant authorities to find out. And draw the appropriate conclusions.
  18. calocha
    calocha 12 May 2014 09: 30
    +2
    But didn’t you try to look closely?! Well, yes?! I completely forgot- We are not 37 years old! True !!! We have 2014 !!! What kind of patriotism can we talk about if freedom of speech and democracy completely knocked out our last reason ..
  19. cerbuk6155
    cerbuk6155 12 May 2014 09: 49
    +3
    Both the fifth and sixth columns must be fought harder. If they are given free rein, neither Russia nor we will be. And they will dance on our coffins.
    1. Andrey der Graf
      Andrey der Graf 12 May 2014 10: 16
      +3
      Why tougher? You just have to do smarter. For example, the well-known case when Rain began a survey on whether it was necessary to defend Leningrad so stubbornly or not? What the hell did it start, so for the liberals this is only a confirmation of their innocence. It was necessary just to calmly undo what would be and how then it could be. And after that, someone else wonders why Russia is losing in the information war? This should happen calmer and more moderate and crush the enemy with facts and truth, and not plug his mouth.
  20. Altona
    Altona 12 May 2014 10: 04
    +2
    Yes, I also read such publications before - "Interlocutor", "Novaya Gazeta", "MK", ​​and now I read, look at "Euronews" and "RBC", "Week" Maximovskaya on Ren-TV ... But I began to draw conclusions completely other than those to which the authors of articles and reports are trying to lead ... By the way, "Lenta.ru" and "Newsru" are also pro-liberal Internet resources that build their articles according to a wretched 80-year-old scheme "let's build the reader (viewer) a pseudo-documentary (pseudo-analytical) picture, and we will force conclusions to be drawn on emotions "oh how scary, oh what scoundrels (scoundrel)" ... Moreover, from the very beginning we will declare the "scoundrel" as "a scoundrel, a rash-fascist", etc.
  21. Andrey der Graf
    Andrey der Graf 12 May 2014 10: 08
    +2
    Okay, but what's the problem? In the inactivity of their information publications, and not that "Der Spiegel" can now be read on trains. It would be interesting to know if passengers have a choice and if so which one. If not, then you yourself are to blame, since after all there is freedom of speech in Russia. Or not? There is no need to shut up your opponent's mouth while splashing saliva like a certain Samantha.
    1. Artyom
      Artyom 12 May 2014 10: 27
      0
      I agree, the enemy must be known in person! The question is different, is there an alternative?
      1. 77bob1973
        77bob1973 12 May 2014 22: 20
        +1
        There is always an alternative, especially nowadays rich in sources ...
    2. okunevich_rv
      okunevich_rv 12 May 2014 10: 38
      +1
      Spread of lies = democracy? oh that's how it is, but I naively believed that the distortion of facts is a lie and this through publication becomes a crime, and the spread of lies, complicity in a crime. Sorry, my dear, but the old Soviet principles are dearer to me, and not those who agree to the geyropu, or to the kalyma.
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    4. Manul
      Manul 12 May 2014 11: 17
      0
      Quote: Andrey der Graf
      Okay, but what's the problem? In the inactivity of their information publications, and not that "Der Spiegel" can now be read on trains. It would be interesting to know if passengers have a choice and if so which one. If not, then you yourself are to blame, since after all there is freedom of speech in Russia. Or not? There is no need to shut up your opponent's mouth while splashing saliva like a certain Samantha.

      What do you not understand? The fact that we are annoyed that we are being charged money for literature directed essentially against ourselves? And how is this happening in Germany?
      But the article is freedom of speech. And our comments ... But you are trying to crush and level our position by downplaying the significance of the subject matter.
  22. Polarfox
    Polarfox 12 May 2014 10: 26
    +1
    I wonder where Roskomnadzor is looking? FSB where? Or are anti-Russian propaganda, like a bearded singer, also nonsense?
  23. Black
    Black 12 May 2014 10: 30
    0
    Guys, someone is entering the Railwayman?
    Would have told him for the night ....
    - ".. Once upon a time there was Khodorok. And everything was fine with him ..." ...
    Quote: Andrey der Graf
    Or not?

    Of course, OR NO !!!
    Do you believe in freedom of speech?
    Go to the Berlin train ... find a car painted in RT colors?
  24. Dragon-y
    Dragon-y 12 May 2014 10: 32
    0
    Or maybe everything is easier - is it a reserve of toilet paper?
    But you need to knead for a long time - the paper is thick, probably ...
  25. Palladium900
    Palladium900 12 May 2014 10: 53
    +1
    Freedom of speech? Okay. Why shouldn't Russia Today (or anyone else) start publishing its own glossy magazine with such information as: "THE FULL LIST OF US WAR CRIMES" http://continentalist.ru/2014/05/polnyiy-spisok-voennyih-prestupleniy- ssha / .. I think McCain will love it laughing
    1. sanja.grw
      sanja.grw 12 May 2014 15: 53
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      I read, I read my hair moved. It is necessary from 1661 to the present to bring so much muck to people
  26. Manul
    Manul 12 May 2014 11: 08
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    "This looks especially strong in connection with the fact that this article by Mr. Courbeuwaite, together with other articles of the Profile magazine, forgive me, was swallowed without much regard for the interests of the passenger - moreover, for the passenger's own money."

    This is a very topical question! For our money !!! And it rises for a long time. For example, why should the fans of other clubs, unfortunate pensioners who cannot get to their dacha by train, and just ordinary citizens have to pay for the maintenance of the Lokomotiv football team ??? It’s very difficult for me to get to my favorite places beyond Priozersk by train - there are fewer trains every year, the crowd is dark - they sit on each other’s heads with backpacks (it’s not easier by car - wild traffic jams).

    In general, this is another candidate for bunks. Only it looks like the position of these bloodsuckers is “you can't transplant everyone.” Let's hope everyone will get it. Both the stool and the yak .. and the hodor again to rest.
  27. Bigfoot_Sev
    Bigfoot_Sev 12 May 2014 11: 34
    +1
    inflated an elephant from a fly. why didn't the article tell you "where does the magazine come from"?

    most of the magazines that come across on airplanes and trains have nothing to do with fares. these are generally independent editions. their distribution channel is "trains and planes".

    Well, to make it absolutely clear - a contract for X issues has been concluded between the publishing house and the Russian Railways. it is agreed that there will be no child pornography, they will do without the yellow articles "a seamstress flew from an alien." all. further under the contract, the publication supplies pallets of magazines, and the employees of the transport network lay out.
    magazines themselves earn on advertising. the chain ended and there was no place for a conspiracy in the headquarters of the Russian Railways.

    "Profile" refers to such publications. the magazine does not violate the law on media, it fulfills its contractual obligations. there is freedom of speech, which, according to the same media, we do not have.

    how to deal with it? probably make a magazine that gives a different point of view, start paying for distribution and sell advertising.

    I myself rode the May train. There was no "profile". there was a "Sacvoyage SV". By the way, this is just a corporate magazine from Russian Railways. articles in it are neutral, a lot of advice on how to live properly, what wine to drink and what watch to wear. like peppermint gum, nothing. you can't even argue with him - there is nothing.
    1. sanja.grw
      sanja.grw 12 May 2014 15: 57
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      I myself rode the May train. There was no "profile". there was a "Sacvoyage SV".
      I talked about that not much higher
  28. washi
    washi 12 May 2014 11: 45
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    A little off topic:
    The State Duma is preparing amendments to tax legislation, according to which foreign IT giants Apple, Google and Microsoft can start paying taxes to the Russian treasury.
    http://russian.rt.com/article/31506
    It's about VAT.
    From reviews:
    Morozov Konstantin 2 hours ago
    In general, we advertise on Google and the VAT tax they have is a separate line.
    If they take money from us and do not pay Russia, then this is a direct road to a tour trip to Kolyma, crush pop .. cranberries.
  29. La-5
    La-5 12 May 2014 11: 47
    +1
    Der Spiegel is an elite toilet paper. With such articles only go to klazet.
    1. Bayonet
      Bayonet 12 May 2014 19: 27
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      Quote: La-5
      Der Spiegel - Elite Toilet Paper

      In the homeland of Der Spiegel, they don’t wipe their ass with magazines. There is toilet paper for this.
  30. Passer
    Passer 12 May 2014 12: 00
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    And maybe, all the same, insidious conductors slip in? ..

    Yeah, Verka Serdyuchka. smile
  31. larand
    larand 12 May 2014 12: 13
    +1
    if only rzhd, and television boxes? It seems that they are all contained by amers and a geyropa. Even on Victory Day, on most channels, Amer’s fighters, snot or cartoons. I wonder what they have on TV channels the ratio of Amer and Russian films, if they certainly are. And then we ask why are we losing this in the information war? Because we are not trying to protect our population from their ideology, we think that the people themselves will figure it out. True, they consider us enemies, and we all continue to call them partners.
  32. capex1
    capex1 12 May 2014 12: 16
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    [
    i] "... today authoritarian regimes have an advantage. One of the reasons for this is decisiveness. Putin achieved his goal in Crimea, because he acted without hesitation. The Russian ruler does not need to go through the chain of command to send his troops somewhere." i]

    But doesn’t it seem to you that the last 10 years, Putin has only been doing that he is achieving his goals - they missed again
  33. capex1
    capex1 12 May 2014 12: 31
    +1
    Quote Makarevich:

    No one will undertake to predict what will be here in a year or even more so two. And who in 1914 could imagine what would happen two and a half years later? And on June 20, 1941, who really believed that the day after tomorrow would be a war? Stalin, and that ... The world is now hanging on a very thin thread.

    We have always had enough of our traitors in Russia, remember General Vlasov, reconnaissance Kalugin, etc. Now a new one has appeared on the horizon - Makarevich, but if you consider yourself a Russian as he speaks of himself, then show respect for your country and people (as soon as the Russians are still buyers of your work, the West basically doesn't give a shit about your purr) which He expressed a firm positive attitude towards the actions of the president.
    1. Vlad Kukuev
      Vlad Kukuev 12 May 2014 16: 27
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      You still scold merchants so that bananas and other enemy fruit is not traded ...
  34. vadimN
    vadimN 12 May 2014 13: 30
    +2
    What are you, colleagues, caught on to Russian Railways? Do you want to add anything about Echo of Moscow? Someone who, and these friends of "Putin's regime" are always happy to pour shit ... And on whose money? Don't you know ??? I don’t believe it ... And Ekho Moskvy belongs to the Gazprom-Media holding, which, in turn, is a structure fully owned and controlled by the STATE company Gazprom ... Oh, damn it, how confused everything is ...
  35. Akulina
    Akulina 12 May 2014 14: 45
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    Makarevich - the skin ... moreover, the skin of a hyena ... I won’t be surprised if after a while he says - yes guys, come on, you misunderstood me - I’m for the country, I was afraid for you ... And how, notice , all these skins, are afraid of Russian patriotism, just to diarrhea ....
  36. bbss
    bbss 12 May 2014 15: 51
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    Most likely there is no ideology in Russian Railways. Salvage!
  37. chelovektapok
    chelovektapok 12 May 2014 16: 11
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    In 1979, the press published an article by Viktor Petrovich Astafiev (his kingdom of Heaven). The article was titled "BLUE BIRD RAGU". The activity and texts of the "time machine" were assessed there. The man, in whose lot the war fell, the North, Siberia. Hard fate, like almost all of our Grandfathers-Great-Grandfathers. I will not retell ... I will dwell on the Main. V.P. Astafiev assessed the "activity" of the macaroni as the nasal delirium of a zaslanets and noted that the little man had rottenness. He does not have a Motherland, Russia, a flag ... Amoebas are not supposed to have that. THE RIGHT WAS THE OLD MAN- His eye was more piercing than the gypsy's .... I saw through and through the looser!
  38. Sergey Vl.
    Sergey Vl. 12 May 2014 16: 34
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    And V.V.Zhirinovsky knows about such an expenditure of Russian Railways in support of the press with such rotten content? It would be time for V. Yakunin to keep the answer in the State Duma, or he does not know what is going on in his specific principality ?!
  39. Goldmitro
    Goldmitro 12 May 2014 23: 42
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    <<< In general, the topic of the press, which the Russian STATE company Russian Railways, headed by Vladimir Yakunin, offered its clients for the May holidays, is understandable. >>>
    This only once again eloquently shows how large-scale the information war is being waged by the West against Russia and how much libesral pro-Western crap has settled even in state structures, which gradually, or even openly, spreads literally everywhere the anti-Russian stench, poison and poison society with its propaganda, unceremoniously and stubbornly imposing on the obstinate the "correct" - gameocratic way of thinking!
  40. Prosha
    Prosha 12 May 2014 23: 58
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    Quote: denchik1977
    The main threat to Russia lies not so much in external threats as in internal threats. It is this "fifth column" in the face of the liberals in the government, the pseudo-intelligentsia of many art and cultural figures, which they really are not, pseudo-patrites from Bolotnaya Square — all this is a direct threat to Russian statehood. And the sooner the country gets rid of them, the faster it will regain the status of a strong and stable state .....

    You are easier, and it is not far to Krasnaya Ploshchadidan))) Let the prosecutor's office deal with them)
  41. leo44
    leo44 16 May 2014 23: 06
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    Really strange people are bloggers and website visitors. And the fare suits everyone? All rich or what? And the fact that kondei are included for everyone? Can I be cold? And what baggage nowhere to put? When I'm on the train, I’ll get to the press - as before ... well, of course, such a pro-Western magazine would probably surprise me. But shouldn't Rospotrebnadzor deal with the media? I'm on Russian Railways my comfort and fare are more interested. And whose snouting face in the directors is generally violet. Well, there will be another zhrazhit and what? Some kind of trend went weird. Yes, they are all worthless, directors and oligarchs. Well, why are we building a new USSR, supposedly 21st century, we are not moving towards socialism without oligarchs, and what kind of USSR is this, ???
  42. Reader
    Reader 21 May 2014 10: 19
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    Quote: Palladium900
    And why shouldn't Russia Today (or anyone else) start publishing its own glossy magazine with such information as: "FULL LIST OF US WAR CRIMES"

    And why not Russia Today (or anyone else) to start publishing its glossy magazine by distributing it on the trains of the USA, Canada and Europe ????