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Yekaterinburg. New consul in jazz style and his local "orchestra"

At one time, the "friends of Russia" came to the realization that the more intrusive attempts to push the incarnation of Maidan in Russia through the "center" (through Moscow) are made, the more negative these people evoke from the population. After all, there is a broadcast of federal TV channels, major media outlets describe these events from all angles, and grant-eaters seem to be in plain sight - and not only among their main sponsors, but also in plain sight of those who are clearly not going to calmly contemplate “trying to leg.

Virtually any rally of granto-eaters from the Moscow spill instead of tens of thousands of supporters (as was the case in 2011-2012) brings together several hundred (in the best case for their curators) people, which by definition does not fit into the scheme provided for by the authors of the anti-constitutional script coups.

For some time now, they have been trying to minimize the difficulties encountered in exporting Maidan to Russia using a relatively new method. The technique consists in an attempt to create groups of influence agents acting not in front of everyone - in the federal center, but away from the capital. The ideal option is where overseas consulates operate in Russia and at the same time the positions of those who have what is called a liberal flavor are relatively strong.

One of these options is Ekaterinburg. Here, as they say, everything came together: is it far from Moscow? - long away; Is the US Consulate General present? - present; Yes, and in the governors - the subject who calls himself an oppositionist - Yevgeny Roizman. Overseas "friends" decided that it was a sin not to take advantage of the situation, and this decision has clearly made itself felt recently.

An event that attracts attention is the appointment of the new US Consul General in Yekaterinburg, Mr. Marcus Micheli, a Vermont native 1965, a graduate of the Higher Naval College, and a student at Columbia University, less than 2 months ago. This is another “long-playing” American diplomat, whose work has identified Eastern Europe, including the Russian Federation.

On the working way of Mr. General Consul Micheli it is necessary to stop separately. The fact is that Micheli started his foreign diplomatic career in Russia (in Moscow) - in 1992 year - with the rank of an ordinary employee of the American embassy. If we take into account that at that moment the country was actually under external control, then we can state, not without confidence, that Marcus Micheli had gained managerial experience with puppets already then. In 1994, he was transferred to other Eastern European directions, giving the opportunity to "new" American diplomats to gain experience in interacting with dolls on strings, which were then in power was in abundance. After working in Warsaw, Kiev and Sarajevo, Mr. Micheli was again transferred to Russia (2002 year), where the authorities began to get rid of puppet ropes.

An important aspect of Mr. Micheli’s biography relates to his work in Moldova from 2007 to 2009 years. This is precisely the period when a surge of "orange mood" went through a number of countries in the post-Soviet space, bringing openly pro-American authorities to power. Washington was going to finally take over the Moldovan statehood, and therefore immediately after the announcement of the results of parliamentary elections (spring 2009 of the year), the Moldovan communists celebrated with a huge margin, a massive rally with clashes of Moldovan "maydanuts" with the police drew a huge margin. The events in Moldova at that time were called the “brick revolution” due to the fact that bricks and stones became one of the main means of “influencing” the police from those who were given a bright future by the EU and the final break in relations with Russia for a couple of green candy wrappers. After the clashes in Chisinau, much more criminal cases were initiated against Moldovan police officers than against those who became the fighting force of the Kishinev (actually) coup. Moldovan police officers, as the human rights defenders told the grants, were accused of abuse of office and even of torture of detainees.

Before arriving in Yekaterinburg, Mr. Micheli was Director for Central and Eastern European Affairs of the National Security Council, and also worked in the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House of Representatives.

Yekaterinburg. New consul in jazz style and his local "orchestra"

As you can see, Mr. Micheli’s experience is great, and the State Department of the United States simply couldn’t help but take advantage of this experience - at least, now hopes that Micheli in Yekaterinburg will say its word ...

But God bless him with this Micheli (for the time being), here he draws attention not so much to himself, as to the stormy reception with which the representatives of the local authorities noted the new general consul. In the blogs morozov66 и zergulio materials have appeared that tell about the organization of the reception of a dear guest. More precisely, everything turned out in such a way that some city officials became guests in Yekaterinburg, and Mr. Mikeli just showed himself to be such a master of the situation.

So, in the hotel Hyatt Regencythat in Yekaterinburg, on B. Yeltsin Street, the meeting of the handshake was arranged as “An Evening of New Orleans Jazz” and “a solemn reception in honor of the 25 anniversary of the unification of Germany”. And, as it turned out, not all jazz music fans could get into the hotel, although initially it was reported that to attend the event it was enough to present a passport, for admission is free, I mean free ... However, when cars with diplomatic numbers of the American consular mission began to approach the hotel it became clear who “orders the music” and why ordinary mortals could not enjoy the notes of the New Orleans jazz.

The doors of the “jazz event” were open to such admirers (who would have thought) of African-American motives as Mayor of Yekaterinburg Yevgeny Roizman, deputies of the Yekaterinburg City Council Konstantin Kiselev and Dmitry Golovin (both are “Civic Platform”). At the same time, bloggers noticed that the officials arrived at the hotel to “listen to jazz”, accompanied by young charming women, the relations of those in power with whom they did not give the opportunity to suspect that they were their daughters or, say, nieces ...

It was noticed that in Mr. Roizman’s LiveJournal (and the magazine has a loud title "Power is in the truth") The truth about the meeting with the newly-made American "viceroy" is not mentioned in a strange way. There is information about the invitation by the mayor of Yerevan, but there is no information about the invitation by Mr. Micheli ... Aleo, so what's the truth about what the mayor of one of the largest cities of Russia could discuss with an overseas official during "listening to jazz compositions" or receiving " German themes ”? .. And why the Russians never heard anything about any of the Russian consuls in the United States organizing for the mayor, for example, San Francisco, in one of the hotels a concert of Russian tunemakers or a seminar on the reunification of Crimea with Russia, and so on from the concert (seminar) arrived not only the mayor, but also a number of deputies of Gdańsk "City Council"? ..

And some Yekaterinburg officials did not just arrive at the hotel with Mr. Micheli, but they also remained, as they say, one-on-one-for-an-hour or two - for a "glass of tea." Has there really been a discussion of how the New Orleans jazz is developing in the world, or what jazz compositions are in vogue in the Urals? ..

I don't want to talk about this topic, but for some reason I remembered: “Today you play jazz, and tomorrow ...” That “tomorrow” is well known ... True, in this case you don’t “play”, but “listen with the American Consul General”. Truly, the popular wisdom, which seemed to give a clear marasmus, finds an unexpected embodiment in the new reality ... It seems that Mr. Micheli is still not fully acquainted with the Russian oral folk art ...

Video of the personal meeting of the deputy of the city duma of Yekaterinburg Konstantin Kiselev with the “friend” Micheli in the restaurant (YouTube channel Ivan Morozov):

It would seem, what common interests can be in the US diplomatic envoy and the Yekaterinburg deputy? A certain light on these “common interests” sheds историяwhich happened not so long ago with Mr. Micheli. He was played by a pranker who came out to Micheli through the American ambassador and presented himself as Ukrainian Foreign Minister Arsen Avakov. Mikeli told Avakov's pranker that the United States would continue to provide military-technical and financial assistance to Ukraine, adding that the amount of additional assistance would be 46 million dollars. The author of the recording (presented on the YouTube channel by the publication “On the Eve”) reports that it was made about a year ago - when Poroshenko addressed the Congress, and when Micheli was not yet appointed to a diplomatic post in Yekaterinburg. Information about the authenticity of the conversation in the US State Department did not comment.

That is, Mikeli appeared on the fact that at least he had information about the amount of funding for the punitive operation of the Ukrainian security forces in the Donbas from the US budget, and that through him information about military financial assistance to Ukraine was clearly not without reason.

But who is this deputy Kiselev?

This man at one time appealed to fellow citizens, explaining the need to create a "Ural Republic." The same person tried to organize a videoconference with Dmitry Yarosh - a man against whom the RF IC opened a criminal case on suspicion of his participation in the Chechen campaign on the side of the militants. And the same person, having contacts with the Ukrainian citizens of the liberal-ideological “bottling”, was one of the ideological inspirers of the so-called “Peace March” in Yekaterinburg, where they gathered under the slogans with a claim to pacifism and (to the heap) to fight fascism why something more actively exaggerated not the topic of fraternization with the Ukrainian people, but the fact that “everything was lost in Russia, and how good it is that Ukraine won Maidan” ...

Based on this information, we can conclude that the circle of agents of influence (and it was formed before Marcus Micheli arrived in Yekaterinburg) kept the US diplomatic mission in the region, and clearly continues to make its bets on this circle. What then is at stake? - it is clear from the “diplomatic” achievements of Mr. Micheli in the same Moldavia and from the direction of the work that the local grant-eaters with parliamentary or other official crusts are trying to do in the city. At stake is the very existence of Russia as an independent state in its current borders, because, apparently, the American "friends" are not at all going to throw in the trash bin a training manual that did not help them organize a full-fledged "Maidan."
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  2. Vladimir71
    Vladimir71 20 October 2015 06: 28
    The situation is repeated. Pin-ups want to bring to the light from the ECT another bastard, like the EBN)))
    1. Constructor1
      Constructor1 20 October 2015 07: 12
      It’s necessary to shoot such deputies))

      Or maybe it's just that the GDP made a setup and is now watching who will fly to the "light"))
      1. ZU-23
        ZU-23 20 October 2015 11: 51
        I think everyone is following them, and Mikeli is primarily a mattress, in any case they will not send here those who are against the State Department.
    2. Samaritan
      Samaritan 20 October 2015 12: 30
      And here is the meeting of another fighter for truth and a strange coincidence again with the Americans:
      1. Dimy4
        Dimy4 20 October 2015 19: 22
        At that time, Navalny was glued with American flags to his bulk, there was no free space.
  3. Andrey Yuryevich
    Andrey Yuryevich 20 October 2015 06: 48
    The ideal option is where overseas consulates operate in Russia and at the same time, the positions of those who have what is called a liberal highlight are relatively strong.
    One such option is Yekaterinburg.
    -Dreaming is not harmful! Volodin, why did you get the idea that we in the Urals will allow some kind of leap? tanks fuck fuck-Tian'anmen-children's story will seem. Roizman is not all Ural residents. Rat is enough everywhere, especially inside the Moscow Ring Road.
    1. Volodin
      20 October 2015 13: 58
      Quote: Andrey Yurievich
      Volodin, where did you get that we in the Urals will allow some kind of racing?

      Yes, I did not take anything ... But, having become acquainted with your comment, I remembered how one friend from Kharkov in the beginning of 2014 told me the same thing (about Kharkov, of course). Now for some reason it is silent ... This is not a hint at all, but personal observation.

      And the article is not about whether you admit it or not. The article is a simple set of facts, nothing more. Before that, there were articles about similar "quiet" processes with American participation (which should hardly be ignored) in other cities of the Russian Federation. The Urals are no exception.
    2. Captain45
      Captain45 20 October 2015 14: 49
      Quote: Andrey Yurievich
      -Dreaming is not harmful! Volodin, why did you get the idea that we in the Urals will allow some kind of leap? tanks fuck fuck-Tian'anmen-children's story will seem. Roizman is not all Ural residents. Rat is enough everywhere, especially inside the Moscow Ring Road.

      Andrey Yuryevich, I have been seeing this topic about American diplomats and UrFU in the media for a long time. Something they feel at ease there, they stir up students, and Bandera Natsiks, judging by the materials of the site "Nakanune.RU", by the way, the site is from Yekaterinburg, You are welcomed. Do not oversleep. The enemy does not sleep.
    3. larand
      larand 20 October 2015 17: 14
      Quote: Andrew Y.
      Volodin, why did you get the idea that we in the Urals will allow some kind of leap? we’ll transmit tanks

      Dear, "we will not allow" - who are you talking about? And you will crush the tank, do you have it?
      Volodin is right. Eltsin was raised and allowed by us. We allowed Roizman, we selected pro-American deputies. So our town, a former industrial center, and now an office swamp, may very well be tolerated. Remember the citywide madness in 1990 over the "loader Kudrin", "Komsomol member Slipchenko" and other "democrats"? But then there was opposition from the authorities and the authorities. Who will be against now? Marchendisers in thongs?
  4. aszzz888
    aszzz888 20 October 2015 07: 03
    Clean spill fifth column.
    I hope for the professionalism of our special services.
    1. Baloo
      Baloo 20 October 2015 07: 34
      I walked by, feel free to ask. But is it not time for the voters of this deputy to think? They need this deputy, but what did he do for them? If this impudent person is engaged exclusively in anti-constitutional and anti-state activities, then voters have the right to withdraw his mandate and delegate a more worthy one. Or I'm wrong? hi
      1. aszzz888
        aszzz888 20 October 2015 09: 05
        Or I'm wrong?

        No, you are not mistaken.
        But do his voters even know what their nominee is doing?
      2. aleks 62 next
        aleks 62 next 20 October 2015 10: 06
        ..... And the voters of this deputy is not the time to think? They need this deputy, but what did he do for them? ...

        .... Unfortunately, we do not have an OPERATING mechanism for recalling a deputy .... I slipped through - you can sit there without worrying .... I think our State Duma should think about adopting an effective mechanism and a law on recall .... It just won’t this .. Unfortunately ... request
        1. Andrey Yuryevich
          Andrey Yuryevich 20 October 2015 10: 52
          Quote: aleks 62 next
          .... Unfortunately, we do not have a WORKING mechanism for recalling a deputy ..

          forward answered me ... that's right. hi
  5. pravednik
    pravednik 20 October 2015 07: 08
    But why are the secret services silent? And who is Roizman? Who is Kiselpev. Someone does not express trust to someone, but here is silent. In short, the special services have no words and deeds. Some drool. Or there are a lot of rats there.
    1. Samaritan
      Samaritan 20 October 2015 12: 25
      Oh, what you, the special services do not report to him ... or maybe because they are silent, so as not to frighten off the larger fish !!!
  6. parusnik
    parusnik 20 October 2015 07: 31
    In Moscow, St. Petersburg does not roll ... They climbed to the Urals .. to their homeland, so to speak, one of the grave diggers of the USSR, EBN ...
  7. Ayujak
    Ayujak 20 October 2015 07: 43
    I think the specialists work. If it were otherwise, then the country would have long been destroyed and sold out. After all, there is a law according to which it is impossible to dismiss either the mayor or the deputy just like that. We need evidence. In general, not everything is so simple.
    Although holding cultural events with the participation of city mayors and various beau monde is also practiced by our embassies, for example, the days of Russian culture and others, but only for the sake of strengthening friendly relations. If the Yankees also pursued these goals, I would only be glad.
    1. Vladimirets
      Vladimirets 20 October 2015 11: 29
      Quote: AYUJAK
      I think the specialists work.

      I'm sure of that, only "This man at one time appealed to fellow citizens, explaining the need to create the" Ural Republic ""That does not fall under 280.1 of the Criminal Code? request
      1. Ayujak
        Ayujak 20 October 2015 13: 56
        Your truth. I don’t understand this either. Although it could look like someone said about someone ... Therefore, they could not bind. The facts were not enough, apparently.
  8. Zomanus
    Zomanus 20 October 2015 07: 48
    And so well Roizman began ...
    Squeezed apparently.
    1. Albert1988
      Albert1988 20 October 2015 08: 14
      Quote: Zomanus
      And so well Roizman began ...

      Many started "well", but. unfortunately, not all of them then finished "well" ...
      Quote: Zomanus
      Squeezed apparently.

      Well, at a good start and the fight against drug addiction (which he seems to have been engaged in), you can't cut a lot of money, but "friendship" with Mr. American Consul (and joint listening to jazz) is quite a profitable business in our time ...
      1. Terrible ensign
        Terrible ensign 20 October 2015 09: 05
        Evgeny Roizman "started well" in "OPS Uralmash", not in the last roles. When the pressure of the lads from the side of law enforcement officers began (the second half of the 90s), he retrained as a fighter against drugs, and after that he entered the local political get-together ...
        Many beautiful words, participation in and organization of various public events, the work of the City Without Drugs Foundation, deputy to the State Duma of the Russian Federation, the mayor of Yekaterinburg. "Milestones of a wonderful path ..."
        The only thing you can say thank you for is the Museum of the Nevyansk Icon.
        Something like this. Smart enough ...
        1. Albert1988
          Albert1988 20 October 2015 09: 15
          Quote: Scary ensign
          Something like this. Smart enough ...

          Rather, here Bulgakov's "everything is clear" ...
        2. Ural resident
          Ural resident 20 October 2015 22: 14
          Evgeny Roizman "started well" at "OPS Uralmash"

          where such infa, only with evidence?
          Most interesting - I have not heard about it
  9. KOH
    KOH 20 October 2015 08: 14
    How did he even become a deputy? ... He has a place on the bunk, or under ....
  10. konn
    konn 20 October 2015 08: 38
    Well, well ... it’s just getting colder here, ice, no matter how slipped, not like an outcast
  11. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 20 October 2015 08: 47
    The ideal option is where overseas consulates operate in Russia and at the same time, the positions of those who have what is called a liberal highlight are relatively strong.

    Where there are overseas consulates, there the counterintelligence is not asleep (this does not mean that it is asleep in other places). And by this, all who enter there, by default, are put on a certain account.
  12. twerity
    twerity 20 October 2015 09: 15
    Here the logic is different, as I know from Yekaterinburg that we owe Moscow several hundred billion rubles on a loan. And we take them every year in the local newspapers. We no longer repair roads on the outskirts of the districts. They don’t build the metro, the living area is growing, the streets are dirty. Sometimes people picket on the area for 5 years, mostly pensioners for every reason ... you don’t sometimes come to see it is wildly interesting. Hence, some analysts think that the guys live in the ass and they need to be pushed.
  13. provincial
    provincial 20 October 2015 09: 25
    and if so, "... constantly monitor persons who are hostile to the Russians and, if the opportunity presents itself, remove them from your site in any possible way, but this must be done so that there are no unwanted complications with the authorities and the population."
  14. Same lech
    Same lech 20 October 2015 09: 29
    Based on this information, it can be concluded that the circle of agents of influence (and it was formed even before the arrival of Yekaterinburg Marcus Miqueli), the US diplomatic mission in the region has retained, and clearly continues to bet on this circle.

    There is also a positive side of the American's activities in YEKATIRENBURG ....
    all these agents of influence will be illuminated .... and God himself ordered to neutralize or use them as Trojan horses in our interests.
    We need to deal with the Americans with ingenuity and sophistication.
  15. Mikhail Krapivin
    Mikhail Krapivin 20 October 2015 10: 55
    I don’t understand anyone, is the country crazy? Or the local FSB in full force does not catch mice? So drive them, and in their place new, hungry. Tomorrow they should detain Kiselev with a full pocket of spice (heroin, cocaine, trimethylpentanil), and in another pocket with a grenade (live cartridge, unregistered gas pistol). And let this Kiselev on the way to Kolyma tell his neighbors in the Stolypin carriage that he was framed, and they will console him wherever possible. If Roizman barks, there he is. And all the love. But if the system has forgotten how to protect itself, then how will such a system come inevitably, sooner or later.
  16. DenZ
    DenZ 20 October 2015 12: 30
    Yeah. We have a lot of liberal trash here in Eburg. Unfortunately more than you want. I think that this consul will be very well watched by those who are supposed to be servants and simply initiative citizens (which has already taken place). The Ural-bearing Territory of the state and surprises are not needed at all.
  17. X Y Z
    X Y Z 20 October 2015 12: 35
    The methodology consists in an attempt to create a group of agents of influence, which are not visible to everyone - in the federal center, but away from the capital. The ideal option is where overseas consulates operate in Russia and at the same time, the positions of those who have what is called a liberal highlight are relatively strong.

    I must say that the tactics are very well thought out and could lead to success if the security services were peacefully asleep. And the matter is not only in this consul. One consul will not decide anything. But the NGO network will be able to do a lot and the newly-made diplomat will clearly want to develop this topic. Moreover, the city leadership is manual, supervision is weaker than in the center, there are more protest electorates, protest parties are easier and more inconspicuous to feed, and many other additional opportunities. The danger is great and the field for work is huge. What is the invitation of the Poles to the position of history teacher in Russian schools on the periphery? I wonder who allowed it?
  18. Butt
    Butt 20 October 2015 13: 16
    "who is this deputy Kiselyov and others like them" It seems that in the former Ural Sverdlovsk / the language does not want to break about ....- burg / the real Urals who forged the victory of the Soviet people in the war with Hitler's Europe were transferred.
    It's a shame for the Urals!
    Will anyone respond, so that these "slimy Urals", together with the SSA emissaries, would become us ...- ud ... -ralians / emphasize the necessary!
  19. Tambov Wolf
    Tambov Wolf 20 October 2015 14: 47
    I put the article a minus. For what? Yes, for the fact that again those responsible for this lawlessness were not named. And who is to blame, you can see right away. We are not 37 years old. Therefore, people from the camp that have joined the enemies of the people are elected to the "mayors" Do it. The employees of the embassies of the enemies go and do what they want in the country and they are allowed to do it. From all TV screens and the media, streams of dirt are pouring on our country, the Russian language is distorted and this is allowed from above. Everyone knows that "opposition", otherwise the enemies of the people , in a brazen living on the money of our external enemies, they do not go to jail as agents of a foreign state. You can still write a bunch of examples, for everyone already know them. Now the question is, who is our Head of State, an uncrowned king or an emperor? Everyone also knows that this is Mr. Putin. Everything is done with his permission. Hence the question, Why? There are two answers. Either he is weak (which is not entirely convincing, the weak in our country will not get lost) or he is tied to these guys for something, for which he can be taken for the most not spoil (which is most likely). The last example of this is a complete rejection of Glazyev's program, which we discussed here.
  20. filalex79
    filalex79 20 October 2015 15: 24
    Remove all consulates. There will be enough embassies in Moscow.
  21. Andryukha G
    Andryukha G 20 October 2015 16: 35
    Clowns still come out of Columbia University - one of them, Saakashvili, is a great tie eater.
  22. 1536
    1536 20 October 2015 16: 53
    It seems that the plan to break Russia along the Ural ridge is unfolding in all its glory. And the "commander-in-chief" arrived at the local headquarters, soon the banners, most likely, will be deployed, will they begin reconnaissance?
    I remember how, having arrived in Sverdlovsk in 1988, I was unpleasantly amazed at how gloatingly the locals said: "Ah, you are from Moscow, Yeltsin is your boss now, well, he will show you some more!" In a sense, he showed what it means to admit a person from the provinces to power, to big politics and huge money.
    And the "Ural Republic", and the currency, the vast expanses, the untold wealth of the Urals, the "oppositionist" whom the "Bigfoot" must have chosen ...
    So the article is a plus for stating the facts. It remains only to pray to God that these facts do not confirm the fears of so many in our country.
  23. Andryukha G
    Andryukha G 20 October 2015 16: 54
    As it is symbolic, the sabbath was held on Boris Yeltsin Street, the Judas gathered on the Jude Street discussing the receipt of a new portion of silver pieces.
    1. _my opinion
      _my opinion 20 October 2015 19: 49
      Quote: Andryukha G
      As it is symbolic, the sabbath was held on Boris Yeltsin Street, the Judas gathered on the Jude Street discussing the receipt of a new portion of silver pieces.

      I personally don’t like that the USTU-UPI called him his name ...
  24. anti-Semite
    anti-Semite 20 October 2015 17: 28
    the problem is not Roizman himself or this deputy with his idea of ​​separating the Urals, the trouble is that they were chosen, they voted for them, but this is really a tragedy, it means that neither 1991 nor 1917 did our people learn anything
  25. Roy
    Roy 20 October 2015 19: 35
    As soon as an American official with the rank of a diplomat arrives in Russia, people of liberal "nationality" immediately flock to him for grants and subsidies.
  26. free
    free 21 October 2015 05: 18
    you need to remove such as louse crush!
  27. Prisoner
    Prisoner 21 October 2015 07: 53
    With this rabble one must act tougher. Otherwise they’ll get spoiled.
  28. 4ekist
    4ekist 21 October 2015 23: 04
    And why are these bald ones messing around here. Maybe our diplomats also need to travel around the USA and work ...