Project "ZZ". Who is the nicest in the world?

Nobel laureate and illustrious peacemaker B. Kh. Obama has a hard time: various “hawks” are pressing on him, demanding the use of force in Syria. Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush, potential competitors in the US election race, are pushing for the introduction of a “no-fly zone” and the tightening of sanctions against Russia. Western analysts argue: who is “cooler” - the American president, the former teacher of law, or the cunning retired KGB agent?



Putin is cheerful and cunning


Gideon Rachman in the influential British newspaper "The Financial Times" argues on the test of "global" American "power". According to the observer, B. H. Obama is “crushed” both from the inside and the outside. The American president is being pushed to “revive” the former (“strong”) image of the United States in the world.

Will the state, which has concentrated 22% of the world economy, a leading military and political world power, remain in the future? This question, according to the journalist, is being asked of himself in the Middle East, and in Eastern Europe, and in the Asia-Pacific region. Everywhere, "America's rivals" test its "strength."

Rahman notes that the inviolability of borders in the world is guaranteed by military might. And the United States has the appropriate power: in the Middle East, Washington has deployed naval and air bases, in the east of Asia, the US Navy refers to the Pacific Ocean as an “American lake”, and in Mother Europe, territorial integrity is provided by NATO, and the United States accounts for 75% of the North Atlantic Alliance military expenditures.

However, time passes, everything changes. In the Middle East, the Russians intervened in the Syrian war. And this intervention clearly showed: US control in the Middle East is very weak. Washington is not going to send troops to the Middle East, and Moscow "filled the vacuum." According to the publicist, the Russian strike on Syrian territory with cruise missiles is a “comedy parody” designed to mimic the Americans who previously acted in the same way in the region.

As for Europe, here last year the Russians seized the Crimea from Ukraine, which marked “the first violent annexation of territory on the continent after the end of the Second World War”.

In Asia, the Chinese are: building islands in the South China Sea.

So, three disputes in which the White House is somehow involved. In Europe and in Asia, they seriously thought about the extinction of "American power." What in Europe! Other strategists from Washington are already talking about the "American retreat" in the Middle East, which hurts the prestige of the States in Asia.

As a result, the journalist notes that the administration of B.H. Obama is “under pressure” both inside the country and outside. The "Press" demand a revival of the "image of American power." How to revive it? “Effectively and convincingly” to respond to territorial claims in the world!

However, Mr. Obama knows perfectly well that the US military interventions in Iraq and Libya have proven unproductive. Of course, the president also does not intend to bring matters to a military confrontation with Russia and China.

They beat the image of the United States and the controversy about who in the world is a “revisionist” - Russia. China or USA. Russians say that the world order is undermining Washington: it supports and pays for a “regime change” in Ukraine and Syria.

They put "pressure" on Obama and potential candidates for the presidency, we add. Recently, a number of statements were made by Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush. Both have geopolitical “recipes” that in one way or another hurt Russia's participation in world politics.

Contender for the US presidency of the Democratic Party, Hillary Clinton, said that in Syria, it would be necessary to introduce a no-fly zone. This would force Russia to "begin to reckon with the interests of other countries in the region." Clinton also opposed the operation of Russia in Syria, accusing Moscow of airstrikes on moderate opposition, reports "Lenta.ru".

Jeb Bush, a likely competitor in the presidential race, also called for a tightening of US policy toward Russia. According to him, President Putin is a “flexible politician” who has managed to take advantage of the vacuum of US leadership in Syria and other regions. The former governor of Florida called for the expansion of sanctions against Russia. In addition, Bush said that if he was elected to 2016, he would try to create a coalition of European and Arab countries to overthrow Bashar al-Assad in Syria.


Obama shows the value of the United States in world politics


Harvard University Professor Stephen Walt (Stephen M. Walt) in the influential American journal "Foreign Policy" tried to answer the question: who is the best strategist - B. Kh. Obama or V. V. Putin, a former law teacher or a former KGB officer?

At the beginning of the essay “Who is a Better Strategist: Obama or Putin?” Walt stipulates: they say, it’s not quite right to raise the question, because both leaders depend to some extent on intelligence reports, on consultations with trusted advisors and rely not only on own judgments. And yet, the recent decision of Russia about Syria, many people attribute to the success of the Kremlin, not only tricks the White House, but also showed its superiority. Is it so? Is it true that the “cunning former KGB officer” outplayed “the former law teacher and public activist”?

Given that the US economy is much stronger and more flexible than the Russian economy, which, moreover, has fallen into recession, and despite the fact that the United States has retained all of its key allies over the past seven years and managed to improve relations with a number of countries (for example, with India, Vietnam and others), yet “it’s difficult to get rid of the impression,” the professor writes that Putin, with his weak positions, “plays better” than the relatively strong Obama.

This impression is partly due to the fact that Obama "inherited" several foreign policy disasters, and it is quite difficult for him to get out of many unsuccessful projects without earning accusations from opponents.

Putin also looks “successful”: after all, Russia has begun to play a more active role than before. Comparing the current Russia with Russia 1995, or even 2000, is not necessary.

In addition, Putin pursues in his policy "clear goals", which were "quite easy to achieve." In Ukraine, he had the main goal - not to allow this country to get closer to the EU and join NATO. Putin’s goals in Syria are also “simple” and “realistic.” As in the case of Ukraine, these goals are fully consistent with the "limited means of Russia." Putin wants to preserve the Assad regime and is not at all trying to "conquer Syria" and defeat the "Islamic State," the author believes. The limited deployment of the Russian air force and a handful of “volunteers” will probably be enough to support Assad.

As for America, its goals in both conflicts were full of “strategic contradictions,” the professor said. Washington issued wishful thinking. Scientist calls Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland a "dreamer from the neoconservatives." As a result, the “real political play” was played not by Nuland, but by Moscow. In addition, the basis of the Western goal — the creation of a well-functioning democratic Ukrainian state — was “extremely difficult from the very beginning.”

US policy in Syria was "even more confusing," the author believes. Washington tried to achieve "complex and incompatible goals." Here and “Assad should leave”, but so that it would not be replaced by jihadists, and the fight against “IG”, but such that instead of “IG”, for example, bearded men from “Front al-Nusra” did not come to power, and reliance on Kurdish militants - while simultaneously wishing to participate in the Turkish operation. The United States did not find the "politically correct" Syrian rebels, these "eternally elusive moderates." As a result, the long-term US strategy in Syria has not cleared up. Solid confusion. So is it any wonder that Putin’s actions look “bold and decisive,” the professor writes, and Obama’s policy confused? But we must also remember that Russia is much weaker than the United States (and Russia is destined to be weak for quite a long time). In other words, Putin looks “more successful”: his goals are commensurate with his limited resources.

American leaders set ambitious goals, but most of them are not necessary for the security and prosperity of the United States.

So who is the best strategist? Professor replies: Putin. He’s better than Obama to match his goals with resources.

University professor, let us add, did not say a word about the other goals of Obama and Putin. If the first one bombed Libya, participating indirectly in the killing of civilians and Gaddafi, the second one is fighting vile terrorists from the Islamic State, cutting off people's heads and creating other cruelties. If the first one, in collaboration with NATO, promotes the ideas of the European missile defense system and the “containment policy”, the second one embodies the will of the people, agreeing with the reunification of the Crimea with Russia (recall the referendum). For the first, despite the Nobel Peace Prize, there is no truth in international politics. Not at all. Zero.
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    1. noWAR 14 October 2015 10: 03 New
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      Quote: Captain Air Force
      Clinical Riding

      how exactly did you say!
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      2. Air Force captain 14 October 2015 13: 19 New
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        Greetings Sergey!

        ours would have guessed to break the cookie in half ... at B.Kh.O. IQ was not enough laughing
        1. SRC P-15 14 October 2015 13: 51 New
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          Jeb Bush, a likely rival in the presidential race, also called for tougher US policy toward Russia. According to him, President Putin is a “flexible politician”

          Do not hope, gentlemen, the Americans, no matter how “flexible politician” Putin is, you will not be able to bend him! Therefore, give up your dreams and do business in your own country, and leave our president alone.
        2. noWAR 14 October 2015 14: 06 New
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          Quote: Captain Air Force
          Greetings Sergey!

          ours would have guessed to break the cookie in half ... at B.Kh.O. IQ was not enough laughing

          I think ours would have guessed to bite and drink, and this one in a stupor, not to eat and fucked up. Hello to U too.
      3. Rostov Papa 14 October 2015 19: 28 New
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        Who in the world is dumber
        Democratic presidential candidate Martin O'Malley said Assad’s "invasion of Syria" would be considered one of the blunders in US politics. Such a statement was made during a debate with Hillary Clinton on CNN.
    2. marlin1203 14 October 2015 10: 04 New
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      No matter how you powder your brains through the media, they still get along. And if Saddam was hanged, and Muammar was torn up on the street on the initiative and with the support of the United States, then this cannot be hidden. If ours bomb those who kill others for dissent and destroy cultural monuments, then this also cannot be hidden. So someone here is a “good cop”, and someone bad is bad and you don’t have to think about it. And people infuriate that they, as idiots, prove the opposite.
      1. Born in the USSR 14 October 2015 10: 18 New
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        Quote: marlin1203
        So someone here is a “good cop”, and someone bad is bad and you don’t have to think about it. And people infuriate that they, as idiots, prove the opposite.

        People have a pattern that the Empire of Evil is not just rising from the grave, it is fighting evil! And the USA is not just mired in wars, it is also mired on the side of the bad guys ...
        That’s the worst thing!
        The West, at the genetic level, absorbed the fear of these wild Russians from their Mordor, so now they are again the same wild Russians, but in shining armor.
        Then anyone’s roof will go ...
      2. gladcu2 14 October 2015 16: 47 New
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        marlin 1203

        The fact is that it is generally accepted that about 20% (17% say) of people who think or think. Those who can assess the situation. The rest begin to think if they have social problems.

        If wages were not raised this year, and inflation gobbled up all income. Then they spat on hegemony. So the government is doing something wrong.

        So all the exclamations about the loss of hegemony will be thrust into that very place.
    3. One, two, on the left. 14 October 2015 10: 11 New
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      Well, the states were fucked up with the public debt. Many are already afraid to deal with their corporations. This also plays an important role. The calculation and the video with cutting off the head. In the near one, the mattresses just sat in a puddle.
    4. oblako 14 October 2015 11: 13 New
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      Well, this is his look ... I, like that of a person born in the USSR, have a slightly different look: is the Crimea not Russia from the Wali? A similar question is about all the former union republics. There is a war in which we are losing. We will return the territories, return Yegorov and Kantaria and scratch: "... satisfied with the ruins of the White House ..." number, signature ... For them there is no tragedy that my country has collapsed, but for me there are ... There are many of us like that. I’m in Russia, relatives abroad work ... Who did this? Should we put up with this? I don’t think that everything can be blamed on Gorbachev and forgotten. There was clearly no burden for him - the pants burst - he didn’t lift it ... It would have been easy if the scapegoat had ended. It’s just that in the era of nuclear weapons, the goals of war must be achieved by other means; The Politburo turned out to be narrow-minded ... And not only in money, it is also a matter of the power of economies. Soon we will all understand.
    5. Finches 14 October 2015 11: 34 New
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      A boor with these Obama already, but if the Americans choose aunt for president, then I’ll lose the last sprouts of respect for ordinary Anglo-Saxons! I think that this will amuse the GDP, and Lavrov will express himself in his manner, like “morons bl ...”, but the main thing is that the USA will immediately lose its influence in the Arab world and Xi Jinping will immediately sand all the South China Sea up to and including Japan! laughing
      1. BMW
        BMW 14 October 2015 11: 58 New
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        Quote: Finches
        I lose the last sprouts of respect for ordinary Anglo-Saxons

        And they have to do with it, they do not elect a president. Deprived, so to speak, of direct right.
        We edros also performed primaries, full fool
    6. Samaritan 14 October 2015 12: 12 New
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      You can scream as much as you want about the beginning of the end, but so far the world currency does not threaten them with anything!
      1. gladcu2 14 October 2015 16: 59 New
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        Samaritan

        If you think that the USA will take and collapse, you are mistaken.

        I will explain to everyone.

        The US is not going to repay its debt. Never.
        The United States retained the production of Group A. Establish the production of Group B, a 2-month business.
        The United States will not die economically, as it has a huge domestic market. Which remains functional in all developmental options.
        The US has a natural defense against external enemies in the form of a "big puddle."

        The single world currency is still relevant and its withdrawal from the market may stop the change in banking policy.

        No one in the world is interested in the collapse of the United States. Motivations in the form of revenge lose in comparison with common sense.
        1. Samaritan 14 October 2015 23: 43 New
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          A closer read that I wrote is not fate?
    7. Gormenghast 14 October 2015 21: 32 New
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      Obama believes that there was a referendum in Kosovo. laughing If it is still, of course, not corrected.

      George W. Bush confused Australia with Austria, and APEC with OPEC, and this is no better - came up with a nonexistent referendum.
    8. morozik 14 October 2015 22: 03 New
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      may not be the topic ... I met a very wise thought ... sales didn’t come right away

      Zhirinovsky: "we don’t need to take us literally, where we are sending, there is not where we are sending."
    9. Alexy 15 October 2015 04: 04 New
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      Yes, they live in a world invented by them. True make the whole world believe in it
  2. MIKHALYCH1 14 October 2015 09: 54 New
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    So who is the best strategist? Professor replies: Putin. He’s better than Obama to match his goals with resources.

    That's right! Russia is concentrating ... And Putin understands perfectly well that it's too early to wave a club .. The game is on the verge of a “foul!" The risky man is still our Head of State, and most importantly, smiles and jokes about it .. good And it infuriates the West, to hysteria!
    1. vovanpain 14 October 2015 10: 03 New
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      Quote: MIKHALYCHXNNX
      So who is the best strategist? Professor replies: Putin. He’s better than Obama to match his goals with resources.

      That's right! Russia is concentrating ... And Putin understands perfectly well that it's too early to wave a club .. The game is on the verge of a “foul!" The risky man is still our Head of State, and most importantly, smiles and jokes about it .. good And it infuriates the West, to hysteria!

      In the KGB of the USSR, especially fools and a cannon shot were not allowed into the foreign intelligence service;
      1. cuzmin.mihail2013 14 October 2015 11: 48 New
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        There are no former KGB officers !!!
      2. Gormenghast 14 October 2015 21: 42 New
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        Unlike the KGB, it’s obvious that among “law teachers and public activists” there are still not very smart people. laughing
    2. Major Yurik 14 October 2015 10: 14 New
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      “Excuse me, is the bullet of this revolver torn in my head?” “Yes!”
      “I agree, weighty arguments have always convinced me!” (A. Celentano, film Bluff)

      You might think the Obama has some kind of radical opposition from Russia, so petty dirty tricks and endless lies! But these presidential candidates are mattresses, so they are supposed to bear patriotic crap, but the elections are on the way. There we have Volfych, during the presidential election, he has been washing his boots in the Indian Ocean for about 25 years, and he has shoved our rockets into all the Yankesian asses that fly to Russia! negative
      1. Air Force captain 14 October 2015 13: 02 New
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        Zhirik was already exhausted .... lost political weight ... and the remnants of the brain ... Yesterday he watched his monologues (nonsense, I can’t name it differently) in the program STRUCTURE OF MOMENT ... I saw not the politician ... but the old senile . And everyone is not looking for a replacement, apparently they are afraid to tell him ... they say Volfovich ... Haros Muin should not bear the disgrace of the Liberal Democratic Party.
        1. Alena Frolovna 14 October 2015 15: 54 New
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          The next meeting of the State Duma Ethics Committee was held.
          The Committee noted the twenty-fifth anniversary of the consideration of the antisocial behavior of Deputy Zhirinovsky.
          The hero of the day was presented with a loudspeaker and boxing gloves.
          At the end of the meeting, all participants watched with pleasure on YouTube a video selection of "The Best Fights of Zhirinovsky"

  3. rotmistr60 14 October 2015 09: 57 New
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    American leaders set ambitious goals, but most of them are not necessary for the security and prosperity of the United States.

    For some reason we need to satisfy political ambitions. And at first they seem to begin to receive satisfaction, but then (as has already happened more than once), a complete bummer is obtained, which entails the loss of old successes. So they live, but at the same time they keep the whole world in suspense.
    Oleg, thanks for the "ZZ".
  4. Uncle lee 14 October 2015 09: 58 New
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    - "We played 10 games with Tal,
    In preference, in point and in billiards!
    And Tal said: "This will not fail!"
  5. venaya 14 October 2015 10: 03 New
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    Who is “cooler” - the American president, a former law professor, or the cunning retired KGB agent?
    This issue has already been decided by many in the world, and not in favor of Obama.
    If the first bombed Libya, participating indirectly in the killing of civilians and Gaddafi, the second is fighting against the vile terrorists from the "Islamic State",

    That’s the answer to who is cooler here.
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    Erg 14 October 2015 10: 10 New
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    Full zvizdab, this "professor." Know comment ...
  7. Denis DV 14 October 2015 10: 16 New
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    push him to “revive” the former (“strong”) image of the United States in the world.

    On Obama, luck from US presidents turned away. With such an inheritance of sorrow and sorrow, with the break of karma - nothing shines for them anymore laughing
  8. Gardamir 14 October 2015 10: 20 New
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    How long have everyone said that if we are scolded abroad, then we are doing everything right? And now there’s a shaft of articles in which the professor praises Putin at Obama’s content. Maybe this is Obama's Tricky Plan?
  9. Dezinto 14 October 2015 10: 25 New
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    I hope Obama does not bang his head on exclusivity and does not throw out any feint .... but he will sit quietly for a term and dump him with a rating below the baseboard ...
  10. MATROSKIN-53 14 October 2015 10: 26 New
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    Remember how many great political schemers tried to conquer Russia? Beginning with the Teutonic Knights
    and ending with Nazi fascist Germany. But we will never kneel! Let the whim throw out of their heads. WE laid on them big and fat ...
  11. Proud. 14 October 2015 10: 32 New
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    "... Putin is cheerful and cunning ..."- Yes Yes Yes!
  12. veksha50 14 October 2015 10: 34 New
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    "So who is the best strategist? The professor answers: Putin He better than Obama correlated his goals with resources"...

    It's better not to say ...

    However, listening to the speech of American candidates for the presidency, you involuntarily think about the fact that the whole serious battle in Russia is yet to come, and now we are only testing the correlation of forces and capabilities ...

    It won’t be any easier, and everyone should be ready for this ...

    However, putting Russia in its rightful place is necessary, in spite of any difficulties ...
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    QUOTE: "American leaders set ambitious goals, but achieving most of them is not necessary for US security and prosperity."

    Simply put-WITH FATS DARK!
  14. Retvizan 8 14 October 2015 10: 36 New
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    Russia was accused of all sins, but the Yankees are sitting on the priest exactly and do not jerk! Because they are afraid! Here is the answer to all their claims to exclusivity and attempts to be ahead of the rest! But how bravely for jackal Derbanil Yugoslavia or Iraq?
    Heroes cool down! Vietnam was too tough for you!
  15. runway 14 October 2015 10: 52 New
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    "Ah, Moska, to know, she is strong,
    What bark at the Elephant! "
  16. Steppe 14 October 2015 11: 16 New
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    belay Well, the conclusions are made in this article! I completely disagree with the statement: "However, Mr. Obama knows very well that the US military interventions in Iraq and Libya were not productive. The president, of course, also does not intend to bring the matter to a military confrontation with Russia and China." This is how he doesn’t intend, if NATO troops are standing on our borders and are conducting military exercises ?! And why, one wonders, do they conduct them? Just like that, with nothing to do? And in Syria, I believe they did not intimidate the militants because they need Syria, but in order for someone to come to the rescue of NATO by attacking Russia from the south. I believe that the Islamists in Syria are the same meat for Washington as and unhappy Ukrainians. They are trained to kill the Russians as they were once trained to do the Germans, led by Hitler. When they do their business in Russia, the Americans probably hope to simply make them a tribunal like the Nuremberg, as it was already in history, to remove them from the political game. Because, in my opinion, they are overly self-confident and arrogant, and they don’t see, that terrorists are not Germans, but much worse and more dangerous. After all, the Germans fought for the ideas of Nazism, and the terrorists think that they allegedly serve God with their murders. And therefore, I believe, it will be a million times more difficult for them to straighten their brains than the Germans at one time, if at all possible. And Bashar al-Assad, I think, does not bother them at all because they feel sorry for the Syrians. And because his country is a convenient springboard for an attack on Russia from the south, and he is not loyal to Washington and prevents terrorists from comfortably settling in their country, relaxing and gaining strength to attack Russia from the south.
  17. aszzz888 14 October 2015 11: 23 New
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    So who is the best strategist? Professor replies: Putin. He’s better than Obama to match his goals with resources.


    And where does the monkey and man?
    Found with whom to compare! lol
  18. oblako 14 October 2015 11: 26 New
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    According to the publicist, the Russian strike on the territory of Syria with cruise missiles is a "comedy parody" designed to mimic the Americans who previously acted in the region in exactly the same way.

    The whole of Europe and the Middle East laughs nervously, and it became ridiculous for the USA that a boat can solve strategic problems in the whole region ... A publicist damn. Mimic, laugh. My heart feels this is not the last “Comedy Club” all for you ...))) See you on the air again! .. At the UN there was a “Standup Show”, wait for the “Comedy Battle” ...
  19. Stoler 14 October 2015 11: 28 New
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    Russia unexpectedly (even for itself!) Has shown that it can not only "help the Allies with its tongue", but also give it in the teeth! All "partners" quietly scratch their turnips, overgrow with white fur and recall their shoals. laughing lol
  20. Stariknv 14 October 2015 11: 28 New
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    The United States seeks to take over the whole world, therefore they have military bases all over the world that protect the interests of the United States only. This can be seen from their policies. Any state that does not agree with the United States, then they declare a government in terrorism and begin military action against this state. Russia has a completely different policy, it wants peace by states and governments of countries and not impose its conditions on other countries and resolve all conflicts through negotiations rather than by force of arms. Crimea was still Russian remains RUSSIAN, and the Americans have nothing to do there, let them not be angry that they have nothing left and sanctions to frighten us.
  21. Sargaras 14 October 2015 11: 33 New
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    Quote: MIKHALYCHXNNX
    So who is the best strategist? Professor replies: Putin. He’s better than Obama to match his goals with resources.

    That's right! Russia is concentrating ... And Putin understands perfectly well that it's too early to wave a club .. The game is on the verge of a “foul!" The risky man is still our Head of State, and most importantly, smiles and jokes about it .. good And it infuriates the West, to hysteria!

    When you are scolded, you have to think about hedgehogs, it helps a lot.
  22. Victor-M 14 October 2015 12: 19 New
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    According to the publicist, Russian strike on Syrian territory with cruise missiles is a “comedy parody”, designed to mimic the Americans who previously acted in the region in the same way.

    Good parody, right? We can repeat you “make laugh”, if you liked it, if only you wouldn’t get away with your own “hysterical” laughter. laughing
  23. wild 14 October 2015 12: 24 New
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    Strange US cruise missile strikes are awesome, and Russia, so, is a comedy parody. Jewish colleagues teach intelligence to the mind, especially zealous of the former are going to give lectures. In one right, while the US is the owner of the world currency, it will impose its own around the world.
  24. Belousov 14 October 2015 13: 05 New
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    Strange little article, however. To compare an employee of the once the strongest intelligence agency in the world (and the former, as we know, are not there) and some, just God, a black homosexual without character and brains - well, it's just a laugh. And the reaction to the “Caliber” is unusual - what parody is it if the pants still dry in half of the world?
  25. manguest 14 October 2015 15: 02 New
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    The depth of analysis is amazing) the correlation of the forces of the means of methods and goals is clearly not a strategy. GDP identifies problems, defines goals, the achievement of which is necessary to solve these problems, and only then it selects the ways and methods of achieving goals.
  26. Black 14 October 2015 15: 19 New
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    I agree with everyone ... here's the current photo with Obama .... I don’t like our arrogance - sometimes irrepressible. Does the United States have the opportunity with Gulkin Nose? I would like to.....
  27. forest park 86 14 October 2015 17: 03 New
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    I cannot help speaking out: “Things went well with Russia, which agreed to cancel the contract. And I think that we will have agreements on new ships, ”Hollande said. What is he? fool?
  28. s.melioxin 14 October 2015 17: 41 New
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    ... despite the Nobel Peace Prize, there is no truth in international politics. Not at all. Zero
    Hence the "crap" in all their plans. They have no Truth. And printing "pieces of paper" is only a way and is not always effective.
  29. ssn18 14 October 2015 20: 16 New
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    The Nobel laureate and the illustrious peacekeeper B. Kh. Obama has a hard time: they are “pushing” him

    Oh how! Well, they completely crushed the poor. laughing
    Probably enough to make faces, it's time to be a man already, a couple of daughters are already there.
    We have even the ever-drunk EBN found the courage to say: "I'm tired, I'm leaving."
    So maybe it's time for Husseinovich to type a suitcase, station (airport), Kenya.

    Please do not be angry with smoked lovers. laughing
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    What does not sleep "friend" Cheburashka !?