And Russia is laughing ("ECHO24", Czech Republic)

And Russia is laughing ("ECHO24", Czech Republic)



If all this did not concern murders and deaths, it would be ridiculous. Russia is quite openly making fun of America. The power with the largest military budget in the world turned out to be completely defenseless before the cruel jokes of a supposedly isolated and economically sinking country, which 25 lost to the US Cold War years ago. Russia behaves like a hooligan who stole breakfast from a classmate and now chuckles at the fact that he only had enough for lamentation.

To begin with, the Russian invasion of Syria caught the American intelligence services off guard just as a year ago the invasion of the Crimea and the hybrid war in the east of Ukraine. And by some coincidence of circumstances, each time during these moments, the public is told by Edward Snowden, who is staying in his Moscow shelter, to emphasize once again the helplessness of the American intelligence forces.

In Syria, Russia was not lazy and began to bombard not only the Islamic state, but also opponents of the Assad regime, including the militia, armed with the CIA and American allies. The message to the rebels: communication with the USA will not only not help you, but will also make you a target. Washington will not help these allies. Fortunately, these are the detachments in which the CIA was involved, and the American obligations towards them are not clear. It would be worse if the Americans succeeded in their training program for the Syrian opposition, which the army was engaged in. In June, US Secretary of Defense Carter announced that the United States could stand up for their defense. Fortunately, there are practically none on the battlefield, so the United States does not even have the opportunity to throw them at the mercy of the Russians.

The air strikes were preceded by a brief warning, transmitted by the Russian general just a few hours before the operation began, to the US military attache in Baghdad, that the Americans should free up the airspace over Syria. All subsequent days, the Russians regularly invaded the airspace of Turkey, a NATO member country (American planes take off from the local Incirlik base for strikes against ISIS). Turkey claims that in one form or another provocations - border violations, radar surveys - occur the last five days every day. Once, because of the Russians, American fighters had to interrupt their mission and return to base. Russian planes are watching American spy drone over Syria. “When it happened for the first time, we thought that the Russians were lucky. But then it happened two more times, ”said an American source. And so on.

Now it doesn’t matter what tactical and strategic success the Russians achieve. The first Syrian offensive with the Russian aviation the support, according to the first data, was not very successful - primarily thanks to the American TOW anti-tank missiles in the hands of the rebels. Everything can change when Russians and Syrians agree on tactics. And if all else fails, then they just start to lie. An important role is played by the effect itself. Otherwise, why would the Russians launch a missile strike from ships in the Caspian Sea thousands of kilometers away if they could do the same from a ship in the Mediterranean Sea 150 km from the target? The fact that Russia has cruise missiles is not for initiates news. But the effect is important. Russia demonstrates that it is free in its actions.

I followed the American reaction with sympathy. It turns out that postmodernist politicians command an imposing military machine, and Putin’s behavior goes beyond their understanding. President Obama and Secretary of State Kerry, as a rule, teach Russia in their speeches: they say, it is on the wrong side storiesand its strategy does not contribute to stability in the world, etc. As if Putin is interested in it! In fact, for several years now he has been demonstrating to Obama that history is not on anyone’s side, and that the Russian president is not taking the entrance examination to Harvard.

This week, Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter criticized the Russian strategy, calling it “erroneous”: “Russia's strategy is erroneous. Russia continues to strike non-ISIS targets. We believe that this is a fundamental mistake. ” “Thank you for your concern,” smiles from Moscow are already heard. Best of all, the Russians made it clear what they thought about the concerns of the Americans when they began expert negotiations on the topic of “deconflicting” with them, that is, how to prevent their planes from colliding with Syria. A recording of the talks (and this was a video conference) was posted on YouTube. Of course, this is a violation of any staff culture. And the cadres themselves: the Russian generals are sitting with mocking and bored faces, as if they say: “Look at the other side - some civilians and a woman!”

Russian freedom of action and American moralizing helplessness reminded me of a sketch that we once played in a scout circle where I went. A scene called “Youldal” looked like this.

The old gentleman is watching the peasant Youlddal, who is hammering his horse: “Youldal, leave the horse alone!” - calls the old man. When his words remain unheeded, he threatens Youldal: “Wait, I'll bring my son, and he will show you!” He does just that and in the presence of his son repeats his call: “Youldal, leave the horse alone!” Youldal does not pay attention and when the grandfather does not let up, he turns to him and threatens to whip: “Do you also want to receive it once, grandfather?” And then, finally, the son intervenes: “Dad, let's go, because this person can kill you!”

Of course, the situation has its own not too comical aspect. It is this tactic of Russia that justifies itself. The further, the more aggressive and dangerous maneuvers of its military aircraft near European borders, arrogant but thoroughly thought-out provocations, such as the abduction of Estonian policeman Eston Kohvera from the state border only a couple of days after Obama’s visit to Tallinn, and if you look deeper into the past, then we can recall, say, the systematic non-observance of the START and INF treaties on disarmament - the West did not react to all this at all (imagine that NATO would put weapon Ukrainian army and bombed the rebels in Donetsk and Lugansk). The fact that the West sometimes and inconsistently calls things by their names, we can consider the maximum of the possible. He cannot effectively "troll" Russia. And this problem is connected with mentality, but not with abilities.

Here you can say that it is necessary for sober heads to win, that not giving in to provocations is just the most important thing. This is of course so. But consider the other side: the strategy of sober heads is also risky. First, it contributes to the collapse of the Western coalition. Many states may conclude that alliance with the United States does not provide reliability and security. Secondly, there is a danger that is not very well understood, because it does not fit into any of our favorite historical analogies: this is not Munich or the First World War. Russian provocations, to which it was necessary to respond, but this was not done, will be aggravated until postmodern America can no longer respond. The loss of prestige can simply result in a real loss of power. And then it can become bad - worse than someone thought.
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  1. Same lech 12 October 2015 07: 12 New
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    Russian planes are watching American spy drones over Syria. “When this happened for the first time, we thought that the Russians were lucky. But then it happened two more times, ”said an American source.


    Why laugh .... these drones tried to approach our air base in SYRIA ... naturally, they were intercepted, then the Americans were shocked that the Russians dared to do this and they had such opportunities to intercept their super duper PREDITERS.
    1. oleg-gr 12 October 2015 07: 54 New
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      The Americans have already made statements about the triple interception of their drones. Expressed a strong "bewilderment" about this.
      1. vovanpain 12 October 2015 08: 14 New
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        Quote: oleg-gr
        The Americans have already made statements about the triple interception of their drones. Expressed a strong "bewilderment" about this.

        Maybe we will also apologize to the mattresses? Mr. author, it’s not the right time and place, they’re used to indicating what to do, but here they are sent in three letters.
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        2. free 12 October 2015 13: 05 New
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          I would send them too yes sorry administrators do not give, but in other matters "America you went to ..."
          1. BLACK-SHARK-64 13 October 2015 09: 12 New
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            better in pi ...... am
      2. Lukich 12 October 2015 10: 10 New
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        Quote: oleg-gr
        The Americans have already made statements about the triple interception of their drones. Expressed a strong "bewilderment" about this

        so they already have a panic that one of our companions got between their two
    2. varov14 12 October 2015 08: 59 New
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      Meli Emelya, from a bad mind to a healthy one, is again to blame. On the other hand, it turns out that you were warned in advance, you just thought that we would fight with the Tomahawks (in the literal sense), but it turned out that the Tomahawks were modern, that’s shock and howl.
      1. KuzkinaMother 12 October 2015 10: 17 New
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        Particularly pleasing, in this situation, is the bewilderment of the comrades-in-arms, who somehow cannot understand that the United States has already merged them and they will not give a broken penny for their lives, their "devotion" below.
        In this situation, the GDP looks handsome, which "doesn’t surrender its own" and honestly fights for Assad for many years in a row!
        As the saying goes - feel the difference!
        1. spiriolla-45 12 October 2015 12: 40 New
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          They are merged, and they, like devoted dogs whine, that the owner is losing power. Well, you can understand them, so much to lick your ass and everything is empty. America is far away, and Russia is near. So the diaper shakes at the serf ..
      2. Altona 12 October 2015 13: 50 New
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        Quote: varov14
        Meli Emelya, from a bad mind to a healthy one, is again to blame.

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        They will not write differently, the article is designed in accordance with the "editorial policy" ...
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    3. kodxnumx 12 October 2015 10: 30 New
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      I won’t be surprised if the US GDP soon declares once you say that we are bombing your whom you train and as they are known from the Pentagon there are only 4 people, then let them dig a comfrey and put them there and Russia will not bomb them only here where you will tell the comfrey for 4 people us.
    4. ksv500 12 October 2015 10: 46 New
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      I liked the article! Right at the guys some kind of enlightenment comes! The fart is not iron laughing
      1. lelikas 12 October 2015 12: 30 New
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        Quote: ksv500
        I liked the article!

        To me, too, its main meaning is true - now Мы we can do what we need Us , even They against .
  2. beitar 12 October 2015 07: 16 New
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    Well-known truth: Obama in his insignificance and mediocrity surpassed surpassed even Jimmy Carter ... Clintonsha is also not the best option. Who can surprise in a good way is Ben Carson ...
    1. Alexander Romanov 12 October 2015 07: 25 New
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      Quote: beitar
      Who can surprise in a good way is Ben Carson ...

      Yeah, it was already, Obama even gave a prize for promises lol but he so surprised the world that everyone is quietly frenzied.
    2. andj61 12 October 2015 08: 08 New
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      Quote: beitar
      Well-known truth: Obama in his insignificance and mediocrity surpassed surpassed even Jimmy Carter ... Clintonsha is also not the best option. Who can surprise in a good way is Ben Carson ...

      In all the countries of NATO there is no sane authoritative leader. If you compare them with those that were in the 80s and marvel at it, it's impossible to imagine such a degree of degradation of leaders! In the 80s, such figures would not be allowed further than assistants to secondary politicians!
      1. afdjhbn67 12 October 2015 09: 05 New
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        Quote: andj61
        Quote: beitar
        Well-known truth: Obama in his insignificance and mediocrity surpassed surpassed even Jimmy Carter ... Clintonsha is also not the best option. Who can surprise in a good way is Ben Carson ...

        In all the countries of NATO there is no sane authoritative leader. If you compare them with those that were in the 80s and marvel at it, it's impossible to imagine such a degree of degradation of leaders! In the 80s, such figures would not be allowed further than assistants to secondary politicians!


        This is the result of 25 years of unipolarity of the world, they have increased their fats and lost their brains, unfortunately now they are mobilizing and "hawks" will go to power in the West, after 5 years they will remember about women’s defense ministers with a laugh ..
        1. beitar 12 October 2015 09: 11 New
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          Quote: afdjhbn67
          Quote: andj61
          Quote: beitar
          Well-known truth: Obama in his insignificance and mediocrity surpassed surpassed even Jimmy Carter ... Clintonsha is also not the best option. Who can surprise in a good way is Ben Carson ...

          In all the countries of NATO there is no sane authoritative leader. If you compare them with those that were in the 80s and marvel at it, it's impossible to imagine such a degree of degradation of leaders! In the 80s, such figures would not be allowed further than assistants to secondary politicians!


          This is the result of 25 years of unipolarity of the world, they have increased their fats and lost their brains, unfortunately now they are mobilizing and "hawks" will go to power in the West, after 5 years they will remember about women’s defense ministers with a laugh ..



          I hope that you are right ... The world now needs a sane, adequate Republican president as air
          1. 97110 12 October 2015 09: 32 New
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            Quote: beitar
            I hope that you are right ... The world now needs a sane, adequate Republican president as air

            Peace is not only and not so much Israel. A world like air needs a successful revolution in the USA. As soon as the Maidan begins before the Capitol, you need to wear a bunch of bagels on ... Then they thought. There are a lot of beauties in the State Duma, all athletes are excellent students. Any African American or Latinos will inspire. And from Hohland, the beauties are already there. Experience maydanuty spread. Throw another femenok from France - krants exceptional. True Arab will trample Israel. But, this is a collateral damage.
          2. kush62 13 October 2015 04: 39 New
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            beitar Yesterday, 09:11 ↑

            I hope that you are right ... The world now needs a sane, adequate Republican president as air

            The world is not the United States with Israel.
        2. Xsanchez 13 October 2015 03: 17 New
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          Have you forgotten Madeleine and Condoleezza?
      2. beitar 12 October 2015 09: 08 New
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        Alas, you are right ... Great people simply cannot become leaders in the modern world. Nowadays, everyone would know that Churchill drank half a bottle of whiskey a day, Roosevelt was paralyzed and moved in a wheelchair, Reagan uses the services of astrologers, and Mitterrand lives on 2 families and has an illegitimate daughter. I am not enthusiastic about our Prime Minister Netanyahu, but against the squalor of the current world leaders, he looks like Viscount De Brazhelon)))
        1. Eugene-Eugene 12 October 2015 09: 45 New
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          Yes, now put at least Franklin Roosevelt, it will change little. Strong leaders must fit the era. If objective conditions give room for activity, then there will be a strong leader. And if the opportunities that are in the hands of the head of state are constantly shrinking, how can he manifest himself? America is crowded on all fronts, as happened in post-Victorian England. And the reason for this: the shift of the global manufacturing center. This is an objective process, the tread of history, and it is unrealistic to stop it.
          1. afdjhbn67 12 October 2015 10: 40 New
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            Quote: Eugene-Eugene
            Yes, now put at least Franklin Roosevelt, it will change little. Strong leaders must fit the era. If objective conditions give room for activity, then there will be a strong leader. And if the opportunities that are in the hands of the head of state are constantly shrinking, how can he manifest himself? America is crowded on all fronts, as happened in post-Victorian England. And the reason for this: the shift of the global manufacturing center. This is an objective process, the tread of history, and it is unrealistic to stop it.


            You shouldn’t reject Lenin’s grandfather - "On the role of the individual in history .." it is the individual who makes the story, not a set of related factors
            1. Eugene-Eugene 12 October 2015 12: 20 New
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              Bad you know the grandfather. Marxism-Leninism says that "not individuals, heroes, leaders, generals, cut off from the people, but the people, the working masses are the main creator of the history of society"
              1. afdjhbn67 12 October 2015 15: 30 New
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                Quote: Eugene-Eugene
                Bad you know the grandfather. Marxism-Leninism says that "not individuals, heroes, leaders, generals, cut off from the people, but the people, the working masses are the main creator of the history of society"

                Hegel will suit you laughing
                emerging opportunities contain a universal, historical value, and historical transformations can only be realized by prominent people. Then the leaders, "historical people, world-historical personalities are those for whose purpose such a universal is contained." They act at a time when the need for fundamental transformations is ripening, and when there are conditions for them, i.e. objective conditions are paramount.
          2. Izotovp 12 October 2015 10: 42 New
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            Yes, there are strong leaders, only they stand at the head of financial groups and do not climb to the throne. Why do they need it? More freedom, less attention and there are no restrictions on terms of office. So, they exchanged one parrot for another on the throne and then do your gesheft.
            1. kotvov 12 October 2015 11: 25 New
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              Yes, there are strong leaders, only they are at the head of financial groups,
              nevertheless, politicians and financial generals are different people. not every good politician will become a financier, and vice versa. in the west. something good, well, smart as a last resort, is not observed by a politician.
            2. afdjhbn67 12 October 2015 12: 09 New
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              Quote: Izotovp
              Yes, there are strong leaders, only they stand at the head of financial groups and do not climb to the throne. Why do they need it? More freedom, less attention and there are no restrictions on terms of office. So, they exchanged one parrot for another on the throne and then do your gesheft.


              There is a point in this, but until the dolls begin to confuse the ropes ..
        2. aksakal 12 October 2015 12: 18 New
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          Quote: beitar
          I am not happy with our Prime Minister Netanyahu
          - We are talking about past leaders of the Western world. And here your Benjamin also loses a lot to the same Gold Meir. True, the difference is not so big as between Margaret Thatcher and the current one, I don’t even know who is in London and I don’t want to know))). Between the same de Gaulle and the current one, I don’t want to know either - why bother with gray names?
          Yes, Putin also loses something to Stalin, but at the same time he is just a cut above all these Western ones))))
      3. onizhe 12 October 2015 11: 12 New
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        In fact, the charismatic leaders of the 80s were revolutionaries who transferred power from truly elected politicians who had to reckon with the opinions of voters to a group of oligarchs. Actually, therefore, charismatic personalities were needed for this role. That same Thatcher eliminated the main sectors of British industry, giving the country into the hands of financial capital. Other leaders did not lag behind. It was then, in the 80s that the process of transferring industrial production from the USA and European countries to the countries of Southeast Asia went. With the liquidation of large-scale production, the influence of the labor parties decreased, their electorate simply disappeared. In addition, production was cheaper, which made it possible to increase excess profits. But with the disappearance of the workers' parties, the real opposition, and hence the political struggle, disappeared. Power passed to corporations. Charismatic leaders were no longer needed, or rather, the leadership’s ability to please the crowd was not the leader’s qualities, but rather the crowd’s ability to please them. Therefore, elegant American blacks appear, dominated by German housewives, sexually preoccupied French womanizer.
  3. ImPerts 12 October 2015 07: 16 New
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    It’s even interesting how postmodern America will or should react?
    send AUG to the Caspian Sea to control the Rostov mountains?
    America could have prevented all this from developing and preserving its place under the sun if it had not closed its eyes to all the attempts of Qatar and the Saudis, without giving them a reason to finance religious fanatics for the transformation of secular states of the Middle East into religious ones.
  4. BLOND 12 October 2015 07: 18 New
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    The article is generally a plus, but ....
    Top-down analysis and poor sympathy for am (slightly biased)
    1. Karabanov 12 October 2015 08: 34 New
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      The article is f * ck ... In a stereotyped Western vision, facts are perverted and biased. And the subtext, as always, is Russia’s fault. Well nafig them.
      1. cayman gene 12 October 2015 09: 09 New
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        Quote: Karabanov
        The article is f * ck ... In a stereotyped Western vision, facts are perverted and biased. And the subtext, as always, is Russia’s fault. Well nafig them.

        you are right, comrade, in the ass of these insidious analysts with their foul ventriloquism.
      2. sir_obs 12 October 2015 09: 16 New
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        The article is really crap, and you won’t give another more censored definition
  5. Dimsanych 12 October 2015 07: 21 New
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    Of course we are laughing! But what, should we cry ?!
    Once a year we give you a gift to give SURPRIZE! There have already been Crimea and Syria, and between the gifts there will be small compliments, such as caliber and armata. But no one is bored))
  6. rotmistr60 12 October 2015 07: 28 New
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    for many years now he has been demonstrating to Obama that history is not on any side, and that the Russian president is not passing the entrance exam at Harvard.

    Here the author very well and figuratively outlined the foreign policy of Russia. But throughout the article, great regret slips through the stupid and inept actions of the Americans, who cannot put Russia in its place. And, of course, the words familiar to Europe about aggressive Russia and its provocations.
  7. alex-cn 12 October 2015 07: 31 New
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    But the article is a direct hint that the West does not know what to do, at least. And that scared - as a maximum.
  8. Neophyte 12 October 2015 07: 34 New
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    The author "-", clearly wrote with a claim that they all know and understand! Typical stupidity of a representative
    a country subject to Berlin and Paris! Is verbiage about the provocation of Russia, etc. especially emphasized?
    You might think that the Eurosmi may have a different opinion?
    1. vladimir_krm 12 October 2015 09: 53 New
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      And this Martin discusses something else about sober heads! Delivered :)
  9. AID.S 12 October 2015 07: 38 New
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    The article, as an ecstatic-hysterical cry-hope-spell of the sixes in Belbek, is “Name America — why don’t you show your damned Russia your strength and save us!”
  10. Samy 12 October 2015 07: 38 New
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    This article is incitement to action. Those. Well, you see. what does he do what he wants, why don't you stop him?
  11. Stinger 12 October 2015 07: 46 New
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    "Look at the other side - some civilians and a woman!"

    The way it is! As hussars used to say: they just suck a rag.
  12. kartalovkolya 12 October 2015 07: 47 New
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    The article is the most Russophobic one, and a continuous disa splashes from it! Here you and the “impudent provocations” of Russia and the “abduction” of the Baltic “policeman” (and that we had to watch and smile at how this trash walks around our territory and tries to recruit our people), in short, a good student of Goebbels's “laced”: the monstrous lie, the sooner they will believe in it! But in fact the opposite is true: we did not come to the threshold of Fashington with our bases, we did not push NATO to the borders of Russia, but when the response began, these “defenders of freedom and democracy” raised a howl! As always in the crowd, the thief screams loudest that “Stop the thief!”
  13. artist-mamluk 12 October 2015 07: 59 New
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    You don’t have to worry so much, Martin Weiss, it’s just that your train didn’t just leave, it left the rels.
  14. Warm Padded Jacket 12 October 2015 08: 06 New
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    which is interesting, instead of the words: ISIS and terrorists, the word rebels is used and the main thing is that they are trained and equipped by the CIA, and on what basis do you do this. Transfer these "rebels" to America, and at least make same-sex marriages with them.
  15. smart Fox 12 October 2015 08: 07 New
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    Russia behaves like a bully who stole breakfast from a classmate and now chuckles at the fact that he only had enough for lamentations.
    Yeah, this classmate, before you sit down to have breakfast the whole class bent down. And then - both on, breakfast - then carried away while waved his fists. Because sadness !!!
  16. SPIKER 12 October 2015 08: 13 New
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    Article of the offended "Iksperd" from the offended Czech Republic !!!
  17. Old Siberian 12 October 2015 08: 20 New
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    Hillary gave her Bill cuffs, and Michelle saw his Obama with a frying pan on the head. You can see by the face, and he became some kind of nerdy.
  18. Fox_1959 12 October 2015 08: 40 New
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    The eternal problem of small nations is to be offended and hate former friends in all manifestations. So in this article - everything is in line with the Americans, the main thing is to pinch Russia.
    1. kartalovkolya 12 October 2015 09: 26 New
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      Yes, they never were our friends to us, as well as the so-called “bros”, because in all wars they have always been far from our side, and on the contrary have always been against us! Have you forgotten how the "possessed" Fuhrer armed his horde to the teeth thanks to the smooth operation of Czech military enterprises? And Czech military units took an active part in Drang nah osten, and when their friends and colleagues in the Nazi bloc began to object to the “heroism of the 3rd Reich and they were right there” with their “three kopecks”!
  19. bocsman 12 October 2015 08: 43 New
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    It seems that the Czechs with their spinal cord felt that times had changed and it was time to answer for their betrayal! And the "overseas hegemon" will merge them all like a rub in the toilet. What do they actually deserve!
  20. EvgNik 12 October 2015 08: 56 New
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    - for the anti-Russian position, but + for the fact that he himself does not want to, to some extent admires the actions of Russia. So I don’t put anything. I noticed that the voices were divided in half. It’s just that someone noted for themselves one component of the article — someone else.
  21. ava09 12 October 2015 09: 14 New
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    (C) Russia behaves like a bully who stole breakfast from a classmate

    After reading this, I realized that the author is in parallel reality. Further reading fiction was a pity for the time.
  22. wild 12 October 2015 09: 29 New
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    Why this article ???? You can safely go to the INO media and read to a dozen of the like, they will differ from each other only by authorship.
  23. Boris.Voi 12 October 2015 09: 34 New
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    It is high time to understand that in politics there is no GOOD and EVIL, in the usual sense. There are interests of side A and side B, our leadership defends the interests of the Russian Federation, and not the interests of good, and this must be well remembered, since we do not always do well for what we need.
    1. kotvov 12 October 2015 11: 33 New
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      ora understand that in politics there is no
      GOOD and EVIL ,,
      the interests of the Russian Federation, not the interests of good, and this must be well remembered ,,,
      that is, you want to say that Russia will defend ISIS? and agree to praise Bandera for the sake of economic benefits? You will go far, your cynicism will be very liked by Sasha.
  24. Yura 12 October 2015 09: 40 New
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    Many states may conclude that an alliance with the United States does not provide reliability and security.
    Moreover, many states are beginning to realize that alliance with the United States completely deprives them of even illusory security. Putin, using Finland as an example, explained to them: "The best guarantee of security is neutrality."
  25. jgthfnjh 12 October 2015 09: 49 New
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    Not a very competent article, the analysis of events is also not up to par, pfff ...
  26. Captain45 12 October 2015 09: 51 New
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    I apologize that this is not the topic of the article, but about Amer’s bombing:
    Not a single homosexual wedding has been hit in the history of American bombing
    After reading the latest news that the US Air Force bombed the second peaceful wedding in Yemen for a month, I was genuinely outraged. After all, people get married and call on guests' weddings not for US aircraft to bomb them.
    Successful bombing of wedding processions has become literally the hallmark of US aviation in all countries without exception, which the Pentagon periodically bombes on various pretexts. Reflecting on why the US Air Force regularly bombed weddings not only in Yemen, but also in many other countries, I decided to find out the reasons for this unhealthy trend. In vain having spent a couple of hours searching for an answer on the Internet, I decided to call. And not just anywhere, but immediately to the General Staff of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation.
    I was answered by a girl from whom I asked without hesitation: "Why are US aircraft, constantly and in all countries of the world, bombing peaceful weddings?"
    “This question is not in the competence of our department. With this question, you should contact the Pentagon for clarification,” the girl replied.
    But I immediately objected to her: “I can’t ask the Pentagon for clarification because I don’t speak English. I’m interested in, if not the answer, then at least the assumptions of the General Staff of the Russian Federation on this issue.”
    “I’m switching you to the intelligence intelligence department,” the girl said, and the song melody sounded in the receiver: “The clouds go gloomy over the border.”
    After a while, the officer on duty answered me and I repeated to him the question that tormented me.
    “One minute,” the officer said. He could hear him quickly typing something on the keyboard. After about a minute, the officer reported:
    “According to our data, a very significant part of the leadership of the United States, the Pentagon and NATO, has an acute latent dislike of traditional heterosexual weddings. Probably for this reason, the US Air Force constantly and everywhere bombard traditional weddings.”
    “So they are there, that’s all ... Is this some sort of a hoax or ..? How can you confirm this?” I asked in perplexity.
    There was a pause again, accompanied by a quick typing of some text on the keyboard ...
    “According to our data, in the entire history of American bombing, no homosexual wedding in any country in the world has suffered from the actions of US aviation,” the officer answered and hung up.

    http://oppps.ru/za-vsyu-istoriyu-amerikanskix-bombardirovok-ne-postradalo-ni-odn
    oj-gomoseksualnoj-svadby.html
    1. Yura 12 October 2015 12: 16 New
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      Quote: Captain45
      And not just anywhere, but immediately to the General Staff of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation.

      Yuri, dear, this is a joke, well, that is, the content of your post? I am at a loss to say this at a loss. Is it really so bad with them? Although the logic is iron. Now I will follow your link. hi
    2. Conn 12 October 2015 17: 38 New
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      Not funny, but very stupid, and if you don’t know English, then learn, and then ask the Yankees.
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    “Here you can say that it is necessary for sober heads to win, that not giving in to provocations is just the most important thing. This, of course, is true. But consider the other side: the sober heads strategy is also risky. First, it contributes to the collapse of the Western coalition. Many states may conclude that an alliance with the United States does not provide reliability and security. "

    Here is the Czech issued! laughing
    It turns out that drunken heads rule staff and "Europe", but we didn’t know
    Yes, it does! belay
    But sobering up, it turns out it’s not necessary - it’s risky!
    Sober, everything can fall apart!
    Oh how !!!
  28. GDV
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    Yes! there will never be mutual understanding between us, they understand one language-force.
  29. aleksklo 12 October 2015 10: 24 New
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    Building geopolitics, guided by hopes, is a disastrous business. We have already gone through this, including in the 90s. They also left Germany hoping for the honesty of the “partners,” and now you won’t get outside the country without stumbling upon a NATO base. Thank God that now the foreign policy of Russia is miscalculated by professionals, all steps are verified to the millimeter. And about diplomacy for once, I’m calm - the Lavrov team gives these “excellent students” a light in all respects. And the most correct thing is that work has finally gone ahead of schedule. And then everything needs to be done so that it’s not “we cooperated with them”, but they were forced to cooperate with us, if they don’t understand in a good way.
  30. VSkilled 12 October 2015 10: 25 New
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    But then it happened two more times ...

    Self-confidence is a dangerous thing. Conclusion: in order for something to reach the Amers, they need to "step on the rake," at least three times ...
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    Russian provocations, which needed to be reacted to, but this was not done, will be aggravated until postmodern America can no longer respond.

    So maybe the Czech Republic will harness if America can’t cope with Russia or just know how to indulge?)
  32. Alan 12 October 2015 10: 48 New
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    Russia behaves like a bully who stole breakfast from a classmate and now chuckles at the fact that he only had enough for lamentations.

    for one this is a minus article
  33. Krsk 12 October 2015 11: 36 New
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    I am annoyed by these howls "Russia invaded" ... Where did it invade? When? and most importantly why? The world, at least the Anglo-Saxon and others like them, has turned into a herd of aggressive rams. they are shaking right from the sight of the new Russian “gate” welcome to the clowns into the new world ... you either get used to it or go to the “dustbin of history” all of your “scribbles” are laudatory and don't really have any meaning whatsoever, because last year we saw your "essence" may be in us flaws but here we can always distinguish the "human" from the "inhuman". here we are otlichali ... so that the adjes "superhuman"
  34. Wolka 12 October 2015 12: 03 New
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    the author has everything from envy and his own powerlessness, but we also have nothing to do with other people's problems, we would have to solve our own ...
  35. IAlex 12 October 2015 13: 01 New
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    In general, I could not finish reading, the wolf pretends to be a sheep and laments that some see him as a wolf ...
  36. Weyland 12 October 2015 13: 11 New
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    Russia behaves like a bully who stole breakfast from a classmate and now chuckles at the fact that he only had enough for lamentations.

    Well no! Russia behaves like a classmate, who suddenly dared to open her nose to an inveterate bully, and now chuckles at the fact that that was enough only for lamentations.
  37. Weyland 12 October 2015 13: 18 New
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    Author Martin Weiss (Martin Weiss) - you will not say anything, a purely Czech surname. I, I, naturlyh!
  38. ARES623 12 October 2015 14: 19 New
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    "That the West sometimes and inconsistently calls things by their proper names, we can consider the maximum possible. It cannot effectively" troll "Russia. And this problem is connected with the mentality, and not with abilities."
    When Obama bends down and makes indecent sexual manipulations with European politicians of the highest echelon, there are only enough comments on the hygiene of the procedure. Merkel’s whole industry is being torn to pieces by allies, and she is agitating everyone to sign TTIP, which will completely deprive Europe of control over its trade and industry. How to take such European officials and their countries seriously? And their journalists resemble Aesop. Already so floridly expressed that the idea will catch a horseradish. It is evident that they are trying to express their thoughts, and not fall under the "sledgehammer of freedom of speech in European" for having their own opinions. Although it is still noticeable that the opinion is formed from local TV news. Everything is somehow unprofessional, wretched.
  39. X Y Z 12 October 2015 14: 28 New
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    Yes, Martin Weiss made fun. He is trying to present Obama and NATO as a symbol of some kind of Western respectability and dignity, and Putin as a person with the mentality of a yard bully who is not burdened either by upbringing or by good manners. Like, he could also answer Putin, but he cannot, since he has a different mentality. Laughing for a long time. Only a Czech could come up with this.
  40. walrus-a 12 October 2015 14: 31 New
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    According to the "Western" Russia is always and to blame for everything, only because of the fact of its existence. Therefore, it is necessary to do that is consistent with our idea of ​​morality and in accordance with international law, and everything else is from the evil one.
  41. Vlad5307 12 October 2015 16: 52 New
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    "To begin with, the Russian invasion of Syria took US intelligence by surprise just like a year ago the invasion of Crimea and the hybrid war in eastern Ukraine."
    Negative article because The author again accuses Russia and Putin of all wars and conflicts unleashed by the SGA and their lured bandits in the usual Western pseudo-democratic attack. This political blindness of Western democracy has already played a cruel joke with them once - remember the lessons of the 2nd MV, but their "elite" is still missing - now they have completely fallen under the SGA, forgetting to whom they owe their existence on the map of Europe so far! Turning the historical events of the past and the facts of today's history upside down, they bring the world closer to the unleashing of the West, to the tune of the trainer - SGA, 3-MV. And it’s time for them to think that after its beginning their countries will no longer be on the map of Europe! And it’s time for the peoples of Europe to cast aside the blinkers of satiety and stupidity and think about the consequences of the policies pursued by their "Elite" and is it not time to call this "elite" to account for political banditry! soldier
  42. Conn 12 October 2015 17: 32 New
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    A hysteria with howls from a certain Martin who writes about “sober head” and “American helplessness”, but shows genuine “sympathy” for the USA, while forgetting that they are the same “helpless" Americans who overthrew 70 governments over the past 50 years , fought wars on half the planet, destroyed Iraq and Libya, bombed Afghanistan and Syria, created ISIS, flooded Europe with refugees and can no longer stop because of their "exclusivity".
    It seems that the head of this author is full of Afghan hash, and conscience is completely absent.
  43. Pensive 12 October 2015 18: 23 New
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    Quote: beitar



    I hope that you are right ... The world now needs a sane, adequate Republican president as air


    So you want to say that Obama is insane? It’s strange. He is just sane and careful. For which he is watered with shit from the right-conservative flank, they are called "wimp" and "rag." Compare him to his predecessor, the cowboy Bush, who, in his words, is talking to God. Or with Clinton, who attacked Yugoslavia. So no need to slander Obama.
  44. mr.vasilievich 12 October 2015 18: 46 New
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    I liked the article. From the point of view of a moderate (?) Opponent of Russia, everything is expressed that they think about the actions of Russia and the United States, moreover, they say that the United States is inadequate and that Russia is confident in its truth. It is said that the sober heads strategy will destroy the Western coalition, that is, sober politics in Russia.
    1. NordUral 12 October 2015 20: 28 New
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      Where did you find moderate. He is as moderate as the "measured" militants in Syria. Read its text more carefully, please, more thoughtfully.
    2. Alex250834 13 October 2015 00: 27 New
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      but I also liked the article !!!!! it is very interesting to know the opinion "from the other side"
      and it’s so nice when expectations are met (vile haha)
      start to ripen !!!!! that before you spit, you have to think who you get into !!!!
  45. NordUral 12 October 2015 20: 27 New
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    Fu, but I didn’t know that we were so bad ... Thank you, my friend, enlightened! Now go up to the mirror and repeat everything again ... And turn on the Bosko if it is not full of sawdust.
  46. 16112014nk 12 October 2015 20: 44 New
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    -imagine that NATO bombarded rebels in Donetsk and Lugansk-
    That's how it does not seem, the authorities of the DPR and LPR did not invite NAT to their territory. But Syria invited Russia.
  47. gammipapa 12 October 2015 20: 48 New
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    the author cannot understand the essence of his nature and the whole of Western society - yes, you understand only power, only hard power. All other methods of communication lead to another fraud on your part and divorce. Thank God before our leaders it became obvious, wait for Kuzkin’s mother and tremble. Still do not dare to answer with force - the gut is thin. And dare, be beaten, as usual.
  48. Prisoner 12 October 2015 23: 49 New
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    Hollow Breast.
  49. Alex250834 13 October 2015 00: 24 New
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    no, they will never understand .... that they are publicly punished)))))))))
    that's really .... you do what you can, and we will do what we need !!!
    but only America could speak this phrase before
  50. kush62 13 October 2015 04: 42 New
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    The author of the article has blood flowing from a tooth in a stream. Brzezinski second. Not Russia, but a continuous provocateur.
    And we constantly fly to Turkey, and we drive drones.