John Kerry, the liberator of Russia

American Secretary of State John Kerry, speaking at a meeting with teachers and students of Harvard, said that the United States is not happy about the negative impact of low oil prices on the Russian economy. He also noted that sanctions against Moscow could be lifted, since the fall in oil prices, combined with sanctions, created difficulties for the Russian economy. What a touching concern!




As reported from New York correspondent. TASSUS Secretary of State John Kerry, speaking at the John F. Kennedy School of Management at Harvard University, said that the decline in world oil prices is affecting the Russian economy, but the United States is "not happy."

“In Russia, the fall in oil prices combined with the sanctions imposed created difficulties in the economy,” said Kerry. - We can not rejoice at this, because we do not want the Russians to suffer. Of course, we are trying to ensure that changes are made in regard to Ukraine, and, as I see it, in the next month we will see if this has been possible. ”

“Ukrainian” replica Kerry was not accidental, we add from himself. Next, the Secretary of State hinted at a likely change in the US position on sanctions against Russia.

“I think we will be able to ascertain in the coming months whether the Minsk agreements are being implemented, as after the last meeting of the Norman group in Paris, whether the cease-fire is observed and whether heavy weapons are being withdrawn. Then, ultimately, the position regarding sanctions may be changed, ”Mr. Kerry quotes. RIA News".

In addition, the US Secretary of State said that Washington is seeking a change in Moscow’s attitude towards Kiev and will be able “to prove in the coming months whether this has been done properly”.

Apparently, there were no clarifications on the application, since the agency’s quotation ends here.

Recall that Washington, through the mouths of its high-ranking politicians, has repeatedly pointed out to the Kremlin that sanctions could be lifted if Moscow fulfills the Minsk Agreements. Washington sees this performance very peculiarly, which hardly allows all the parties involved to understand what is meant by the observance of these agreements. At least, the members of the “Norman Four” cannot at all reach a consensus, but even a compromise.

The most curious thing in the statement of John Kerry is his touching concern for "suffering Russians." At Harvard, of course, there is a suitable audience for such propaganda — not only teachers, but also students, future corporate executives, and future politicians who need to learn not to say what they think.

Even Senator McCain confessed his time to the love of the Russian people. Why shouldn't the Secretary of State feel sad about the fate of the unfortunate Russians? Especially in the USA there is a tough pre-election competition between Democrats and Republicans. There is no other explanation for the pompous speech of John Kerry. After all, that there is no particular advancement in the execution of the notorious Minsk agreements.

It is unlikely that the United States will suddenly lift sanctions against Russia in the coming months - Republicans in Congress will simply howl like wolves and arrange B. im. Obama an impeachment.

That is why the Secretary of State made his “joyless” passages about the Russian people at the John F. Kennedy School of Management at Harvard University, and did not call a colleague Lavrov or did not make a special statement to the press. Future managers should learn the basics of rhetoric and propaganda by listening to the source. Listening to someone who makes international policy every day and controls the whole State Department.

Does Washington intend to lift sanctions from Russia? Or does he even intend to admit that the Russians are fulfilling all the five agreements with a plus, and the way to the lifting of sanctions is open? Not. There are no prerequisites for this. Otherwise it would be Washington from a fantastic parallel reality.

Difficulties for the Russian economy, which have arisen because of low world oil prices, “do not please” the United States because Russia, having understood the aspirations of the West, gradually, step by step, reorients the economy towards the East. Months go by, then years will pass, and Western business will miss the huge sums that will settle in the pockets of dealers from Asia, Latin America, the Middle East, and Africa. Not everything can be replaced, but part is possible. At least, Polish apples or Greek oranges of Russia come to nothing. Yes, and products from the Baltic States - too. It is very difficult for the West, that is, the European Union, to replace Russia as a gas supplier. Yes, and Russia needs something from the EU countries, in particular, equipment from Germany.

In short, we can assume that the West is preparing to back down. But not because of the "suffering Russians" and not at all in the near future. The State Department has nowhere to hurry: the Obama administration has more than a year to rule.

What do Russian international experts think of Kerry's Harvard speech?

“Such statements have been made many times before,” said "Free Press" Researcher at the Institute of US and Canadian Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences; Candidate of Political Sciences Gevorg Mirzayan. - That is, this is the principled position of the West, which he always voices. The fact that sanctions are not an end in themselves. And that the sanctions will be lifted as soon as Moscow fulfills the Minsk agreements. Kerry didn’t say anything new. But he only repeated what he himself had said before many times. And what Obama said. That the sanctions will be lifted the field of execution of the Minsk agreements - everything. And there is no progress and there can not be. "

But how long can the notorious Minsk agreements be inclined?

According to the expert, as long as the United States wants to maintain the sanctions regime, they will reiterate that Moscow has implemented the agreements mentioned. Despite the fact that it is Russia that does much to ensure that these agreements are implemented; Ukraine impedes their implementation. But in the West, no one publicly recognizes the latter.

Head of the Department of Regional Policy at the Institute of Public Administration and Management at the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration Vladimir Stol believes that even if we are talking about some kind of easing of sanctions, it is only in the areas of increased interests of the western side (for example, which is necessary for the French to continue their space program).

“It would be extremely naive to expect that some kind of easing of sanctions against our country is coming,” the expert noted. - Of course not. And in the near future, it seems to me, is not expected. ”

Experts, as we see, also do not think that the United States suddenly went back down and decided to “do much good” for Russia. There’s really no reason to think. Moscow, which had to go through the hell of shock therapy tests and subsequent capitalist crises, and now also through sanctions, knows the value of American promises and gifts.

Very, of course, touchingly sounds: "We can not rejoice at this, because we do not want the Russians to suffer." And who can say this if not John Kerry! Politics that in the United States earned reputation of "pathological liar."

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  1. parusnik 16 October 2015 06: 27 New
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    John Kerry, the liberator of Russia... Lord, one more ... But when, will you transfer ...
    1. Alex_Rarog 16 October 2015 06: 33 New
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      What boomerang sanctions flew in? And corporations began to take it for granted!
      1. Aksakal_07 16 October 2015 07: 03 New
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        Most likely, Kerry's speech is an episode of the struggle for the votes of immigrants from Russia during the election battles between Democrats and Republicans.
      2. Junior, I 16 October 2015 07: 54 New
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        He always comes back when they try to throw him into Russia.
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      4. Lt. Air Force stock 16 October 2015 12: 33 New
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        Quote: Alex_Rarog
        What boomerang sanctions flew in? And corporations began to take it for granted!

        They just want to make money. The biggest harm to the Russian economy of all the sanctions imposed is the ban on giving loans to Russian companies with a maturity of more than one month. Now, due to low oil prices, both the state and private companies need loans, and Europe, like the United States, can make good money on these loans. So that Russia does not borrow money in Chinese banks, they are ready to lift the sanctions.
        1. Alena Frolovna 16 October 2015 13: 45 New
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          At one of the meetings in a minute of rest.

          1. Homegoblin 16 October 2015 21: 42 New
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            My plus to you ;-) but complicated ;-)
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    2. Finches 16 October 2015 07: 21 New
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      In fact, Kerry is one of the few adequate and sane politicians in the United States, especially in such a high position! It is a counterbalance to that hawkish, insane wing in the Obama administration, which is led by Biden and it was Kerry who played a very important role in organizing the meeting of the GDP with the US president.
      1. Yuri from Volgograd 16 October 2015 08: 53 New
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        Quote: Finches
        In fact, Kerry is one of the few adequate and sane politicians in the United States, especially in such a high position! He is the counterweight to that hawkish, insanity wing in the Obama administration

        For me, understanding an adequate and sane US politician is some kind of abstract contradictory concept.
        That would not shout at the elections, that would not promise (evil or good), but when they get to power, they all settle down in one direction.
        For example, the eternal Russophobes immediately began to distinguish positive changes in Russia and majestically eased the attitude towards Russia.
        But for example, Obamka, on the contrary, had his own guy on the board, but he got the crown as much as the silly McCain did not dream of.
        In general, the words of a 3 / 14ndosian politician mean nothing. Stupidly and dryly the figure of the whole indicator.
        1. navigator 16 October 2015 21: 45 New
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          "In fact, Kerry is one of the few adequate and sane politicians in the United States."

          Yes, Zyablitsev, here you are. This clown with all the signs of degeneration on the face and blunders in every speech, is adequate and sane. Comic-man, easily, a politician only by name.
          1. dmi.pris 18 October 2015 15: 41 New
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            The strangest thing is that in the 70s, Kerry was one of the prominent pacifists. He opposed the war in Vietnam.
            Quote: navigator
            "In fact, Kerry is one of the few adequate and sane politicians in the United States."

            Yes, Zyablitsev, here you are. This clown with all the signs of degeneration on the face and blunders in every speech, is adequate and sane. Comic-man, easily, a politician only by name.
            1. navigator 18 October 2015 21: 57 New
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              "The strangest thing is that in the 70s Kerry was one of the prominent pacifists. He opposed the Vietnam War."

              Nothing strange. If you want to check a person, give him power. In addition, we change over time and not everything is for the better. And whom God wants to punish deprives the mind.
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      2. Samaritan 16 October 2015 10: 37 New
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        Quote: Finches
        In fact, Kerry is one of the few adequate and sane politicians in the United States, especially in such a high position! It is a counterbalance to that hawkish, insane wing in the Obama administration, which is led by Biden and it was Kerry who played a very important role in organizing the meeting of the GDP with the US president.

        Kerry will come to put things in order ... Are you alluding to this ???
        1. Finches 16 October 2015 12: 01 New
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          No, I am hinting that he is the most adequate in the administration of President Obama with regard to interaction and the search for a compromise between our countries!
          1. cniza 16 October 2015 12: 53 New
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            Yes, you’re right, but we simply don’t know many, and Kerry also requires work.
          2. cniza 16 October 2015 12: 53 New
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            Yes, you’re right, but we simply don’t know many, and Kerry also requires work.
          3. Vladimir 1964 16 October 2015 12: 53 New
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            Quote: Finches
            No, I am hinting that he is the most adequate in the administration of President Obama with regard to interaction and the search for a compromise between our countries!


            Dear Eugene, I will not dispute your opinion, but I would like to draw your attention to the fact that Kerry is the head of the US Department of State, and the rhetoric of speeches by representatives of the State Department (Kerry's subordinates) does not "suffer" excessive objectivity and adequacy in relation to Russia. One psaki that was worth it.

            Something like this. hi
        2. gladcu2 16 October 2015 16: 34 New
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          Samaritan

          Zyablintsev does not hint. He expressed his point of view, which sounds quite logical.

          Large corporations know that not numerous units of employees need to be done. The bulk of workers perform a standard set of functions that have not changed for years. With any attempt to change the system, the system gives a fierce opposition. This is called a bureaucratic machine.
          To at least somehow manage it, you need to watch it forever. Since presidents in the states change regularly. Then they just don’t get it, how this machine works, and their aplomb does not allow them to go down to those pros who are on the stairs below.

          Such gray cardinals as D. Keri, by their methods, also rule the country, using the right moment. When the big boss is busy with his electoral affairs and cleansing of his sins. Do not hesitate to criticize these sins as soon as the ex leaves his place.

          Therefore, they always argue that GDP needs to be protected. Since he is the only specialist in the world who knows how to steer this world. GDP has gained experience that no one in the world has within one life.
      3. gladcu2 16 October 2015 16: 21 New
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        Zyablintsev.

        You are absolutely right. An article by a respected author is already lagging behind in time. Rhetoric in relation to the Americans will be changing in a friendly direction on the part of Russia in the first place. And as a result, the response to the meeting from the Americans. And this is a clear victory for GDP in international politics.

        D. Carey. I always understood what to do. But as you know, criticism towards the authorities is fraught with the loss of a job.

        Please note that two months ago I said that the GDP was able to agree with the Americans. Events in Syria, this is the closest confirmation of the forecast.

        D. Kerry, gives the media a set on the transition to a friendly perception of Russia. Only in this regard must one understand his statements.

        Do not forget that the Americans now have an election campaign. All other questions, politicians are not interested. Everyone understands that with the replacement of the main leader, foreign and domestic policies will change.
    3. Zoldat_A 16 October 2015 07: 38 New
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      Quote: parusnik
      John Kerry, the liberator of Russia ... Lord, one more ... But when, will you transfer ...

      Well, if Kerry is a "liberator" ... Then Hitler carried "European values ​​and democracy" ...
      1. igorka357 16 October 2015 10: 21 New
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        Hello, we’ve arrived, you don’t know what “adik” liberated Russia from or something, then go teach the history of the Second World War! Can you really not know what Hitler said when he went to Russia, he said I will free Russia from communism!
    4. marlin1203 16 October 2015 10: 00 New
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      A deep thought about the impact on Russia. And so oil prices in the whole world economy do not care! laughing
    5. Samaritan 16 October 2015 10: 04 New
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      As always, everything is simple, they want to lift sanctions, which will immediately strengthen the ruble, but oil will not grow from this, respectively, the profit of the Russian Federation from the sale of resources will decrease ...
      Another "help" from the United States!
      1. Lt. Air Force stock 16 October 2015 12: 29 New
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        It would be better if Kerry admitted that Russian attacks on militants are so effective that the United States and NATO countries stop invading Syrian airspace for bombing.
    6. GSH-18 16 October 2015 14: 29 New
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      He also noted that sanctions against Moscow can be taken offsince the fall in oil prices, combined with sanctions, created difficulties for the Russian economy. What a touching concern!

      Again these vague phrases .. So remove the sanctions, or do not soar your brains! angry
      1. gladcu2 16 October 2015 17: 13 New
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        GSH-18

        No need to lift the sanctions. It is too early. The Russian Federation should receive greater independence.

        Otherwise, the United States will again bear the blast. There must be a countermeasure. It sounds contradictory. But a strong Russia is necessary for the development of the United States.
    7. GSH-18 16 October 2015 14: 36 New
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      Recall that through the mouth of its high-ranking politicians, Washington has repeatedly pointed out to the Kremlin the possibility of lifting sanctions if Moscow enforces the Minsk agreements.

      Did our American partners even read these agreements? If you read, then let them say what we signed up for, what exactly should WE accomplish? AND?
      If these agreements imply the fulfillment of a number of obligations by Ukraine, the DPR and LPR! About the implementation of anything by Russia in these agreements not a word is said!
      Are students in the United States so stupid that they didn’t look at these Minsk agreements before, and shook off this propaganda duck ?? request
      1. gladcu2 16 October 2015 17: 19 New
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        GSh-18

        Ukraine was leaked half a year ago. We considered this project unpromising. If you remember D. Kerry and his comrades then came to the Crimea.

        And what you wanted to ask was he reading something or not. No, not read. They don’t read such nonsense. Specialists prepare all this for them and explain on fingers how it should work. And how it works in fact they are not interested. More precisely, they don’t pay money for this, so they all scored.
    8. dmi.pris 18 October 2015 15: 38 New
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      John Kerry, please free us from your care and local liberals ..
      Quote: parusnik
      John Kerry, the liberator of Russia... Lord, one more ... But when, will you transfer ...
  2. Sasha75 16 October 2015 06: 30 New
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    You don't need to make such friends; you need to rob everything in one bottle and take it on credit.
    1. gladcu2 16 October 2015 17: 26 New
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      Sasha75

      Who is theirs, such friends make. They are imposed.

      For example, your boss comes and speaks. This person will be your partner from today. The previous one left, I paid him little.
      You tell your boss. After all, this newcomer is a complete noob and is not able to learn. He has already been fired twice from here. Boss, he will look at you so arrogantly and say: "I give him another chance !!!"

      That's why the GDP, in your photo, also has such a not happy face.
  3. Name 16 October 2015 06: 44 New
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    "BENEFITERS" our repeat ; well, it's time to put up with not giving up WE BY OUR ASIAN-BARBARIAN PRINCIPLES ... winked And YOU in the USA will be cured. Any available ...
  4. them 16 October 2015 06: 46 New
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    "Does Washington intend to lift sanctions against Russia? Or at least does it intend to admit that the Russians are fulfilling all the five plus agreements and the path to lifting sanctions is open? No. There are no prerequisites for this. Otherwise, it would be Washington from a fantastic parallel reality . "" ---- What agreements should Russia comply with if it is not a party to the conflict? Anyway, what are these sanctions again - we already forgot about them. And let the Washington and the Six live on with their sanctions in their parallel reality .
  5. inkass_98 16 October 2015 06: 47 New
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    Sanctions will not be lifted in any case, although we will fulfill and overfulfill all those agreements that we did not sign. While Russia's policy is aimed at strengthening its own place in the world, not a single overseas dog will voluntarily agree to measures to promote this strengthening. And all the talk on the lifting or easing of sanctions is nothing more than a concussion and the appearance of some work of the State Department and other EU Foreign Ministries.
    1. Beaver 16 October 2015 07: 32 New
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      They will remove the sanctions, they will not lift the sanctions, and they will not stop spoiling in sneakers anyway. The USSR lived simply in a regime of continuous sanctions, which did not in the least prevent the development of science, industry, and agricultural production. If Russian entrepreneurs have confidence that the sanctions are serious and for a long time, this can serve as an impetus for the creation of their own industries, as foreign competition will be eliminated and this will give time and opportunity to recoup costs.
  6. Hubun 16 October 2015 07: 03 New
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    He always reminded me of a comedian from Western films. Now and not only externally
  7. sledge 16 October 2015 07: 05 New
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    Benefactor father. laughing How did you turn up your stupid dumb
  8. oblako 16 October 2015 07: 06 New
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    In theory, free trade is certainly beneficial, but the theory is pale ... and does not take into account many factors. Reality makes us look for ways of moderate cooperation and a differentiated approach to the choice of partners according to the degree of trust. And yes, we will never have sincerely fruitful cooperation with our geostrategic competitors. Such is the nature of man and power.
  9. rotmistr60 16 October 2015 07: 31 New
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    because we don’t want the Russians to suffer

    Indeed, what a "touching" concern for the Russians. I always get stressed if I hear such words from American politicians. Practice has verified that after this you need to wait for the next trick on the part of the United States.
  10. tomsk 16 October 2015 07: 49 New
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    sanctions burp. boomerang flies back.
  11. gg.na 16 October 2015 08: 09 New
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    Pity the wolf mare, left tail and mane !!! wassat
  12. ivan bogomolov 16 October 2015 08: 46 New
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    5+ for acting, God forbid to be a politician. negative
  13. Jarilo 16 October 2015 08: 48 New
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    sanctions will be lifted the field of execution of the Minsk agreements

    It amazes me how American politicians turn everything upside down and exist normally in this. Their conscience does not bother them at all. The nation of lawyers and lawyers whoever pays the most is right. Actually, the Minsk agreements are an initiative of Russia, or rather, President Putin V.V. and they set us the conditions for their implementation to lift the sanctions, while they themselves are tearing down these agreements in the person of Poroshenko.
  14. Fearless 16 October 2015 09: 15 New
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    I also have a liberator for him from a star disease. Hey how they love themselves on ... go along with Obama the rat
  15. Steppe 16 October 2015 09: 22 New
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    negative We do not need such benefactors as John Kerry and the entire United States. They have already benefited Ukraine and are friends with it on the principle of "do not spill water." As a result of the "friendship" of these "benefactors," coffins in Ukraine are being conveyed.
  16. vlad7777kul 16 October 2015 09: 57 New
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    Oh, I almost burst into tears with emotion.
  17. theodore rasp 16 October 2015 10: 11 New
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    More terrible than the aggression of the arrogant Saxons is only their concern.
  18. marder4 16 October 2015 10: 18 New
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    the further - the more interesting drinks
  19. tolyasik0577 16 October 2015 11: 02 New
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    Uhhh !!! do not, do not remove the sanctions. We are already very good. Only the national economy began to develop and now you- "hit the Russian economy with anti-sanctions"
  20. Northern Fleet 16 October 2015 11: 23 New
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    In vain you roll a barrel in the USA, the USA is the only thing that keeps China from capturing Siberia and the Far East.
    1. UralMan 16 October 2015 12: 03 New
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      You have an expensive clouding of mind against the background of not love for yourself and your thoughts.
      And China has long taken over the whole world, you have old information, erase the “hard disk” and update, and if it doesn’t help, go to the construction site - there are bricks there, this is the best way, but painful. This is telling you as a doctor.
  21. Altona 16 October 2015 11: 37 New
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    We do not suffer from sanctions, but from our own Government led by Medvedev ... Until the programs on import substitution, job creation, territorial support, affordable cheap lending for the real sector are implemented, we will suffer from our own Government ...
    1. UralMan 16 October 2015 12: 22 New
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      So feed and change it ... I will notice in a legal way.
      What do you dislike, Government?
      Yes, and here it is.
      Who steals you WHO ...?
      Yes, the director doesn’t pay you taxes (black salary), hides incomes, the company doesn’t upgrade .... what else, I can list dozens of examples.
      But when your director will perform everything and others. Together deer. and other bosses, so they themselves will go to the Government for you and demand action from them. Say the laws are not those, but if they do not work then why? And now these fruits, I can’t name it otherwise ... they’re sitting and they’re giving us noodles, they say look up there what is happening ... but what about us, we’re thinking day and night for you.
      Yeah, they think ....
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      That's it, and you are the government.
      To ripen at the root, ..... not blame flies for rotten cutlets, the cook is to blame, not the flies
      1. Altona 16 October 2015 12: 37 New
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        Quote: UralChel
        That's it, and you are the government.
        To ripen at the root, ..... not blame flies for rotten cutlets, the cook is to blame, not the flies

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        Why should I mature? I am unemployed ... And I’m seeing the root, and what does the director have to do with me? Here we are talking about the global one, about sanctions ... Well, if you are satisfied with the “planned decline” of the economy by 3,8%, the “planned increase” of the retirement age to 63 years, the “planned restriction of consumption” by the population by 20% (instead of stimulate it and rock the economy), "planned increase in pensions" by 4% (instead of 12) ... Continue to list? Name the authors? Siluanov, Ulyukaev, Nabiullina ... Once again about the "meatballs"?
        1. UralMan 16 October 2015 12: 44 New
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          Why should I mature? I am unemployed..
          ____________
          So go and get a job.
          And do not breed demagoguery here, about the "kings" ... they offended you, oh what they are not good, put a small unemployment benefit ....
          The pension is small, they do not plan it ... what else is there, bad?
          I feel sorry for you ... confused in their thoughts.
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            Quote: UralChel
            Why should I mature? I am unemployed ... And I’m seeing the root, and what does the director have to do with me?

            This is to the minus ... to the seed ....

            Director over him ... no ...
            Why do the loafers have a director ... are they directors and bosses?
            Them whimper and cry in the yolk
  22. Babai34rus 16 October 2015 11: 52 New
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    I let a tear go ...
  23. Belousov 16 October 2015 12: 56 New
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    Oh, Johnny, a sufferer for Mother Russia ...
  24. EvgNik 16 October 2015 13: 23 New
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    «We cannot rejoice because we do not want the Russians to suffer»
    Thank you, dear father! Can you invite the president instead of Putin? Look how you grieve and care about us! A tear has already broken through me.
    1. fif21 17 October 2015 05: 11 New
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      Quote: EvgNik
      We cannot rejoice in this, because we do not want the Russians to suffer. ”
      Russians will not appreciate Uncle Sam's care. In Russia, people look at what a person does, and not what he says. hi
  25. Aandrewsir 16 October 2015 13: 31 New
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    It turns out who cares most about the Russians! "Johnushka Kerryushka"! Thanks, dear! Sorry, so sorry !!! Well, now "live, dear Russians!"
  26. Shurik70 16 October 2015 13: 47 New
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    John Kerry! A politician who has earned a reputation in the United States as a "pathological liar"

    HA HA HA !!!
    Show me in the USA a FAIR SUCCESSFUL politician !!! I'll eat my hat!
    :))))))
  27. Anatoly_1959 16 October 2015 13: 59 New
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    When they want to win, they burn bridges behind them. Thanks to the United States for the gift, now the fate of our Motherland depends only on us. Removing the sanctions will definitely help to buy all the imported goods again and finish off the industry that has not really risen to its feet. And without machine tools, any “virtual” technologies are suitable only in peacetime, as long as there is electricity. Only material production of life support items: food, housing, clothing, energy, etc. can guarantee the development and independence of the country. And after all this production has been established, you can play Medvedev in the premiere of gadgets ... He still doesn’t know anything else.
  28. Nasty 16 October 2015 14: 19 New
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    No no no! Who translated? It should be like this:
    "In Russia, the fall in oil prices, combined with the sanctions imposed, created difficulties for the economy," said Kerry. "We cannot do this." NOT rejoice because WANTso that the Russians suffer.
    The lying thaw.
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    Yes, all these guardians for Russia, like Kerry, would have gone and killed themselves up-wall ...
  30. IAlex 16 October 2015 17: 05 New
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    laughing If I were a pig or bulk, at the expense of taxpayers of America or Khokhlyad, I would go urgently to kiss his ass in a suck from happiness ... I wonder where the bulk and the pig already landed?
  31. ssn18 16 October 2015 19: 22 New
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    "John Kerry, the Liberator of Russia"

    I apologize, maybe my koment will seem wrong to someone, but this is purely my opinion, and therefore, let this old macaque learn to release its gastrointestinal tract in time and preferably without the use of medications.
  32. kunstkammer 16 October 2015 19: 50 New
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    huge amounts that will settle in the pockets of businessmen from Asia, Latin America, the Middle East, Africa

    Yeah ... I’m not very happy about the fact that other businessmen are rubbing their sweaty little hands in anticipation.
  33. uragan114 16 October 2015 21: 07 New
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    "that sanctions against Moscow can be lifted because the price drop" Fear Danians bringing gifts.
  34. manguest 16 October 2015 22: 11 New
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    Pathological lies combined with gender deviations are characteristic features of the ruling elite of the West in general and the United States in particular. It does not depend on gender, age, nationality or position held. If Kerry was a donkey, he would probably be ashamed. And he is such a person.
  35. Vlad5307 17 October 2015 00: 18 New
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    Quote: igorka357
    Is it really possible not to know what Hitler said when he went to Russia, he said I will free Russia from communism!

    He did not succeed, but the current "partners" carried out this matter, though not without the help of the rotten CPSU inside and not in one dozen years. But the efforts paid off handsomely and material wealth almost for free, except for the costs of the fight against the USSR! hi