Representatives of the Obama administration continue to say that Russia is to blame for the Syrian crisis ("The Nation", USA)

Will it come to the American political establishment that Russia and the United States are fighting on the same side?


Representatives of the Obama administration continue to say that Russia is to blame for the Syrian crisis ("The Nation", USA)Last week, on November 5, The Wall Street Journal wrote that the CIA is going to expand its illegal war in Syria, increasing supply weapons the so-called moderate Syrian opposition. This clearly demonstrates the falsity of the promises made by President Obama not to embroil the United States in an indirect military conflict with Russia. Judging by the hearings held last Wednesday in the House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs on the “escalation of the situation in Syria as a result of Russia's actions”, the president may not be afraid that the CIA will face serious opposition in America.

The committee heard testimony from two assistant secretaries of state - Victoria Nuland (Victoria Nuland), responsible for relations with Russia, and Anne Patterson, on whose shoulders there is an unpleasant duty to engage in American politics in North Africa and the Middle East.

The first thing to say about these hearings: they once again emphasized the tremendous dexterity of the American “war party” - that inter-party coalition of “hawks” from Congress, which, as British politician John Morley said on another occasion, constantly changes goals but not the main task. And the task of these people is the same - to spoil relations between America and Russia forever. Previously, they focused on the notorious Russian invasion of Ukraine, now - on the "escalation of the situation" in Syria.

Assistant Secretary of State Nuland said straight away: “By directly intervening in the battles in Syria, Russia increased the flow of refugees, which was a dangerous phenomenon even before and which even the most generous European countries are not able to accept.”

Some members of the committee were quick to agree with these words, which are not confirmed by facts or chronology.

Congressman Ami Bera (Ami Bera) stressed that Russian intervention in the Syrian civil war "exacerbated" the situation and was the main cause of the refugee crisis. Beru was especially worried that this crisis could affect Turkey. Perhaps, if the congressman took the trouble to think a little, he would understand that the refugees flowed into Turkey (and from there to Europe) precisely because Turkey has for years contributed to attempts to overthrow the Assad regime.

Congressman Jerry Connolly (Gerry Connolly) solemnly asked if Russia would finally stop invading Turkish airspace. Meanwhile, Connoli, of course, would be better to ask if Turkey will finally stop helping ISIS.

The only one who expressed dissatisfaction with the constant hostile attitude of the United States towards Russia - especially strange against the background of our sympathy for the Sunni tyrannies of the Persian Gulf - was Congressman Dana Rohrabacher.

Rohrabacher added that such countries as Saudi Arabia are ruled by extremist cliques that are “no better than Assad”, and that the unfriendly policy of America towards Russia has already done a lot of harm. According to Rohrabacher, our rejection of the deal proposed by Putin five years ago over Syria led to the death of hundreds of thousands of people and turned millions into refugees.

Nevertheless, the “war party” continues to repeat with the same stubbornness: “Putin is to blame for everything.”

Patterson contrived in her speech to outbid Nuland. She seriously stated congressman Ileana Ros-Leytinen (Ileana Ros-Lehtinen) that ISIL and Assad are "connected." Is she even capable of believing in such a thing? For Assad, it would definitely be news.

In fact, Patterson continued from where Nuland stopped. According to her (not true to reality), "85 – 90% of Russian attacks are directed not against ISIL, but against other opposition forces." When Patterson spoke of the mythical “moderates,” she was asked if we were creating a coalition with Al-Nusroy, and in response, the Assistant Secretary of State admitted that perhaps some of our “moderate” opposition groups were forced to join the Islamists. Yes, yes, of course.

Guess who told her? Right, Dana Rohrabacher. If we dump Assad, he asked, are we sure that Syria will not collapse as Libya collapsed after NATO’s catastrophic intervention in 2011? Patterson assured Rohrabacher that this is unlikely. Allegedly "there is a broad consensus," suggesting that there are government institutions in Syria that will continue after Assad, while in Libya there were no such institutions.

A strange statement, isn't it? Did Patterson really mean that the Libyan government, which entered into an agreement with the US and British governments in 2003, didn’t exist?

At the same time, the participants in the hearings did not seem to realize that the Russian “escalation” in Syria could help us in the fight against ISIS. It makes you think that the main problem lies not in the Russian airstrikes, but in the obsession of our government with the idea of ​​overthrowing Assad.

The picture painted by Nuland and Patterson was based on lies and inappropriate simplifications. Unfortunately, there is nothing new in this approach.

From the very beginning of the Cold War, our authorities were guided by the advice of Dean Acheson not to neglect the “clearer than the truth” arguments. In Washington, for almost 70 years, it has been assumed that the people “do not go into nuances,” and therefore politicians simply have to lie to them.

The propensity for “clearer than the truth” is so ingrained in the Washington genetic code that, right before our eyes, smart, capable and diligent officials like Victoria Nuland and Ann Patterson are incredibly nonsense at the congressional hearings.

However, perhaps not everything is lost. On the same day, an event was held at Rayburn House, which was extremely pleasantly contrasted with Patterson and Nuland’s aggressive speeches in defense of the new Cold War. At the informal hearings organized by the Dean of the House of Representatives and the oldest member of its Judicial Committee, John Conyers, four distinguished representatives of the revived American East-West Harmony Committee spoke. (I officially confess: I work on this committee, and Nation writing editor Stephen Cohen is one of the founding members of his board.)

At the hearings of Conyers, there was no Manichaeism characteristic of the champions of the new Cold War. Professor Cohen, Professor Ellen Mickiewicz, Ambassador Jack Matlock and former head of Procter and Gamble John Pepper urged Congress to avoid a biased attitude to the Russian topic, examples of which could be seen on the same day in the Committee in foreign affairs.

By the end of the day, our government structures — the most unreliable repository of secrets in the world — leaked the news that, according to intelligence information, the fall of the ISIL killed the 224 civilians (including 25 children) after the Russian plane crashed. An AFP weekend report said: "The black box data from a Russian plane crashed last week in Egypt shows that the bomb was the cause of the crash."

In this case, perhaps, it will finally reach the American political establishment that Russia and the United States are fighting on the same side?
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  1. avvg 12 November 2015 07: 09 New
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    Representative of the US State Department in the House Committee: "Russia is to blame for the Syrian crisis, for not allowing the Americans to create" controlled chaos "in Syria.
    1. Andrey Yuryevich 12 November 2015 07: 19 New
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      In this case, maybe the American political establishment will finally reach that Russia and the USA are fighting on the same side
      come on ! belay
      1. oleg-gr 12 November 2015 07: 22 New
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        Assistant Secretary of State Nuland said straight away: “By directly intervening in the battles in Syria, Russia increased the flow of refugees, which was a dangerous phenomenon even before and which even the most generous European countries are not able to accept.”

        Here is the explanation for Europe. Who's guilty. What to do is also known: invest more money in NATO and the US military-industrial complex.
        1. EGOrkka 12 November 2015 08: 00 New
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          IN kak.a from Afghanistan? .. are we also bombing Syria? smile
          1. Temples 12 November 2015 08: 45 New
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            Nuland is responsible for relations with Russia.
            Relations to put it mildly did not work out)))
            As a result, she blames Russia for all the failures of the Americans.
            In principle, it can be awarded for activities.
            As a result of her work, the falsehood and abomination of American politics became apparent to everyone, but it is worth a lot !!!
            I won’t be surprised that, putting on the pants in her pants, she will immediately cry out: “Look! Here’s the proof!” Russia threw me in pants. laughing
        2. oblako 12 November 2015 08: 07 New
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          As they say: "to speak in the US Congress - do not toss bags"! The toggle switch “logic” is put in the “off” position and then comes the complete protection of the US national interests, the aggressor is the one who attacked someone earlier than the USA did, if they attacked later, then “aggravated the situation” with their actions, the main thing is to shout first and spray on the areas, let everyone refute and justify what ... bags do not toss and turn ...
        3. RBLip 12 November 2015 09: 44 New
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          Quote: oleg-gr
          Directly intervening in battles in Syria, Russia
      2. ImPerts 12 November 2015 07: 25 New
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        Finally, the men will find out ...
        1. Kostyar 12 November 2015 07: 36 New
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          I’m a clerical, your organizers of the fall are already “being questioned”, we thought we wouldn’t recognize ...?!
      3. anEkeName 12 November 2015 07: 44 New
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        Quote: Andrew Y.
        In this case, it may come to the American political establishment that Russia and the United States are fighting on the same side.

        come on ! belay

        Your works are wonderful, Lord. It happens.
        1. Vladimir Pozlnyakov 12 November 2015 10: 28 New
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          The USvkii establishment is closely tied to the oligarchic military-industrial complex! The recognition of the Russian Federation as an equal partner means a reduction in the financing of military concerns and the ruin of many of them! And the overweight, obese rabble, called the American nation, thinks as he is told by the zombies or does not think at all, with blind faith that Fushington is spreading democracy around the world!
      4. andrei332809 12 November 2015 07: 44 New
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        Quote: Andrew Y.
        come on !

        hi
        Still, the Yankees from Svidomo got infected, it all went wrong ...
        1. vlad.svargin 12 November 2015 07: 58 New
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          andrei332809 (9)
          Still, the Yankees from Svidomo got infected, it all went wrong ...

          This is another question: who from whom, rather among Svidomites, the source of infection is the senior "partner" from overseas bully
          1. andrei332809 12 November 2015 08: 30 New
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            Quote: vlad.svargin
            rather, Svidomity source of infection is the senior "partner" from overseas

            the senior partner does not wear harem pants, in which UncleVova somehow managed to give a shit.
            as one comrade spoke out, they jumped so fervently that they managed to spoil their collar wink
      5. Watchdog 12 November 2015 09: 10 New
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        In previous 357 series:
        To maintain its dominance, the US administration is developing a strategy to undermine Russia as the only force capable of destroying the United States in the event of aggressive and aggressive wars in regions where the Russian Federation has vital geopolitical interests. Undermining from the inside out by creating an "opposition" - otherwise the US-sponsored anti-state forces fail. We have to include external tools - an attack in the west - Ukromaydan and an attack in the south - Syria. Russia is delivering a preemptive strike in the western direction - transferring Crimea under its control and creating a bridgehead in the form of the so-called "Novorossiya" not allowing the United States to close the front along the border with the Russian Federation, the United States takes steps to bleed the Russian economy, imposing an economic blockade on the part of European states, and then switch to the southern direction creating ISIS as a tool for waging a large-scale maneuverable hybrid warfare (like the fighting of the Boers in the Boer War), however, when the life of the Assad regime is already hanging by a thread, Russia is actively involved in the process and destroys ISIS turning dust into millions of US dollars invested in this enterprise .
        And of course this suggests that Russia and the USA are fighting on the same side!
        request
      6. cniza 12 November 2015 10: 46 New
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        Quote: Andrew Y.
        In this case, maybe the American political establishment will finally reach that Russia and the USA are fighting on the same side
        come on ! belay



        Started for health, finished for peace. The author denied himself.
    2. iliya87 12 November 2015 09: 34 New
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      The USA has been sausages in the region for 14 years and of course they are doing everything right. Russia intervened, another month has not passed and we are guilty of an influx of refugees, of ISIS attacks, etc. Class logic !!! Bravo))
  2. SAM 5 12 November 2015 07: 12 New
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    Previously, they focused on the notorious Russian invasion of Ukraine, now they focused on "escalating the situation" in Syria.

    The pig will always find dirt
  3. Signore Tomato 12 November 2015 07: 14 New
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    Hehe. Along the way, Dana Rohrabacher is just a visitor to this ward number 6 called "US Congress."
    I mean, he’s healthy, but as for the rest, it’s very impossible to say ...
    1. sannych 12 November 2015 08: 00 New
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      Rohrabacher - well done! (even though the name was written a little language and fingers are not twisted). But the article! Pinch me, is this not RT? Americans (not migrants, not ours on order) write sound thoughts! Yes, and the media is not like the last.
  4. ImPerts 12 November 2015 07: 18 New
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    Very reminiscent of a poem about guilty Putin:
    "Outside the window, rain and hail.
    This is Putin's fault!
    Cat threw kittens -
    Putin is to blame
    The hostess threw the bait -
    Guilty Guess!
    Here ends the board
    The poor bull ... "

    The position of the State Department is logical in nature. An ordinary American citizen does not bother himself with logical chains, linking some facts with others. He sees a news feed with headlines that the Russians are bombing Syria. He sees reports about the poor refugees who are caught in the Mediterranean Sea and ... And everything is clear to him. He does not know or does not remember how it all began, who torn Iraq, Libya, began to destroy Syria.
    He does not remember how bin Laden began his activities, but he remembers Obama and Clinton's tense faces when US special forces roamed around bin Laden's home in Pakistan, playing in the cop. CT wins ...
    Quote: Signor Tomato
    Rohrabacher is just a visitor

    No, well, in Libya too
    Patterson assured Rohrabacher that this is unlikely. Allegedly, "there is a broad consensus", suggesting that there are state institutions in Syria that will remain after Assad, while there were no such institutions in Libya.

    When in Libya they started buzzing, they discussed the topic of a wide alliance of rebels. The topic was covered after the events in Benghazi, when these rebels attacked the embassy of one overseas country.
  5. pvv113 12 November 2015 07: 20 New
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    They got these American politicians like nulands. I’m all waiting, I won’t wait when the Yellowstone volcano starts working, so that the USA, this resident of evil, will be burned out with a root. Sorry for ordinary people, but it's worth it.
    1. Vladimir Pozlnyakov 12 November 2015 11: 08 New
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      Or realize the events of Stalin’s anecdotal dialogue with Kurchatov:
      "HOW DOES THERE, COMRADE OF KURCHATOV, WITH THE STRAW BETWEEN MEXICO AND ALASKA ?!
  6. V.ic 12 November 2015 07: 23 New
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    In this case, maybe the American political establishment will finally realize that Russia and the United States are fighting on the same side? Posted by James Carden

    Attempts by the author of the article reason the indicated contingent a priori doomed to failure. I once read a book by M. Norbekov with an interesting title "D.u.r.a.k.a teach that heal the dead" / in connection with the probability of deletion by the "filter" = writing the object of study through (.) /
    1. Vita vko 12 November 2015 08: 21 New
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      Quote: V.ic
      Attempts by the author of the article to reason the indicated contingent a priori are doomed to failure

      Do not underestimate the Americans. Outward stupidity can seriously disorient. The refusal of $ in foreign and domestic trade harms the United States much more than all wars and terrorist acts combined. And Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar and other monarchist-terrorist regimes are just a pillar for the giant US public debt. Therefore they are best friends. You can only imagine how many billionaires in Europe and the USA with their tame politicians! And their "well-being" and the ability to rob the whole world is threatened by the actions of Russia, China and some other countries. Of course, the Western clans of the oligarchs will do everything to destroy the politicians and peoples who encroached on their financial well-being, especially in times of crisis.
  7. Corsair0304 12 November 2015 07: 24 New
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    "In that case, maybe the American political establishment will finally realize that Russia and the United States are fighting on the same side."

    Russia and the United States do not fight on the same side. We are still in a regime of "forced allies on some issues", more like armed neutrality with respect to the armed forces located (or operating, flying) in Syria. In a deeper, global sense, our goals are coordinated.

    The Congress of SUSHA with its statements is similar to a kindergarten child who stumbled on a chair and now kicks him in retaliation "and what is he standing here!".
  8. 31rus 12 November 2015 07: 31 New
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    Here’s the “cold war”, I was almost surprised by the position of the United States, one course, to use every opportunity to harm, to draw Russia into a “protracted conflict”, while “preparing the ground”, in Russia itself, you need to be prepared for different scenarios, including major provocations
  9. MARGADON 12 November 2015 07: 31 New
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    When something doesn’t work or goes wrong, the foolish people begin to raise their voices, scream and sometimes squeal. I feel sorry for these paranoid people, they swell so much money, but it only turns out to be a bunch.
  10. Stinger 12 November 2015 07: 35 New
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    This song has two verses: Russia must and Russia is to blame.
  11. rotmistr60 12 November 2015 07: 35 New
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    "Putin is to blame."

    Republican presidential candidates debated publicly yesterday. So one “lady” was hysterically broadcasting that it was necessary to strengthen the 6th fleet under the nose of Russia, to deploy a missile defense system in Poland under the nose of Russia, and conduct a Russian missile defense aggressive teachings in the Baltic states (literally). True, I personally did not understand what aggressive exercises mean. But obviously the person herself who uttered this obviously does not understand, the main word sounds aggressively. There, only Trump looked adequate and said sensible things. And what to expect from such politicians.
  12. olimpiada15 12 November 2015 07: 36 New
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    The United States, declaring a monopoly on the spread of "American values" around the world, has long been mired in lies and hypocrisy, its entire policy is neglected by basic human values, starting with the right to life.
  13. crumb 12 November 2015 07: 37 New
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    Putin seems to be GOD in the USA!
  14. f, hfrjlf, hf 12 November 2015 07: 40 New
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    Yes, stop publishing what they say in the White House, no one listens to them anyway, they have already lied so much that they think they are telling the truth, let psychiatrists deal with them and drug control, because gerych from Agana is disappearing somewhere
  15. Berthan 12 November 2015 07: 49 New
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    ... continues with the same persistence to repeat: "Putin is to blame for everything."


    Surprise is not a parishioner ...
  16. asar 12 November 2015 07: 55 New
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    am.ery! Maybe stop blaming from a sore head to a healthy one?
    In a mess called "the situation in Libya", "the situation in the former Yugoslavia", "the situation in modern Afghanistan", "the situation in Iraq", "the situation in Syria", "the situation in / in Ukraine," the situation in the Baltic states "," situation on the borders of China "... Putin V.V. is also guilty?
    You amer.y "the roof goes slowly, quietly rustling slate"!
  17. sir_obs 12 November 2015 07: 59 New
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    This is what kind of patience you need to have to listen to all this nonsense from time to time ... I certainly wouldn’t get out of me ... the “pli” team is somehow shorter and more convincing
  18. mamont5 12 November 2015 07: 59 New
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    "finally, the American political establishment will realize that Russia and the United States are fighting on the same side?"

    Formally, yes, but in fact ...?
  19. kartalovkolya 12 November 2015 08: 04 New
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    The White House has finally turned into the House of Lunatics, "to make a fuss" of this and at the same time only people with a sick mind can believe in their own nonsense! It seems that the time for reckoning for the USA for all sins committed against humanity is coming, because if God decides to punish someone, then he will first deprive that mind! The current US ruling team from House No. 6 is full of desire to “spoil” as much as possible not only to its people, but also to the world community, and why not, especially when the term of the “smoked” administration is about to end! The madmen who “extinguish” the fire with kerosene, probably decided to “slam the door loudly” before leaving, so one named Adolf already “slammed” ... the lid of his own coffin!
  20. McLuha-MacLeod 12 November 2015 08: 04 New
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    Pump up, pump up. Like a bad boxer, before a fight, it’s time.
  21. kasperian_1 12 November 2015 08: 13 New
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    That's about the source of the problems in the Middle East, and in other regions it is not for them to argue.
  22. dchegrinec 12 November 2015 08: 21 New
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    In America, they love nameless references to someone and something. One can say specifically: McCain thinks so, or Hilary thinks so ... you can ask these "philosophers" what to think is not forbidden, and to chat where it’s not worthwhile !
  23. NeRTT 12 November 2015 08: 25 New
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    NOO.E. EFT .... THAT IS WHAT ANGLAXAXES NEEDED, WHO WILL BE DESHEMAN ON BLACK MARKETS TO REMAIN UNDER THE GOVERNMENT OF RESTORED SYRIA ... AND EVERYTHING WILL BE BUY FOR AN INTENTIONAL REDUCTION OF THE PRICE OF OIL DELIVER ... BECAUSE OF THE FALL OF THE RUBLING ... BUT V.V. PUTIN THINKS CLEARLY AND FAR FROM: HERE TO THE ROOT OF THEIR ZEOTE'S ROTTEN ... THERE IS THE ANGLOSAKS TO ALL THE LADIES AND VOICES !!! ! am
  24. Mikhail Krapivin 12 November 2015 08: 28 New
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    What I like most is that they carry all this nonsense in Congress in all seriousness, with solemn faces, with a stingy male (Nuland) tear in their eyes. Either the great actors disappear, or they themselves believe that this is unlikely. I liked the article, a great article, even surprising for the author from there.
  25. solovey 12 November 2015 08: 29 New
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    Yes, nothing needs to be explained to these stupid and greedy amers !!!! They make concessions only when they are very scared (as practice has shown since the Caribbean crisis) !!!
  26. Yak-3P 12 November 2015 08: 40 New
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    grandmothers of the white house ... an unmanned zone in Syria, etc .-- - everything for the American voters, all these nonsense for their internal use - like we are cool that we can bend the GDP, then it will fade when ours approaches ..
  27. Naum 12 November 2015 08: 44 New
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    Vile Lyceum! It would be funny if it weren’t so bloody ... The amers and Syria obviously didn’t do it. The Russians broke their script in the last act. It does not work out a second Libya. Such an oil business is at risk!
    However, the stripes will never calm down and will sow death and destruction throughout the world until it benefits them. That's when the "fried" bite them in the ass - then there will come a change in consciousness. They also have promising pain points, in addition to waking up Yellowstone.
  28. Mercenary 12 November 2015 08: 50 New
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    Could not lie for any- THIS PUTIN IS GUILTY !!!
    Librasts with traitors and all sorts of rabble - can confirm
    ! am
    1. Vladimir Pozlnyakov 12 November 2015 11: 04 New
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      When I see at the political show the permanent representatives of the FIFTH COLUMN, the liberals fed by the State Department, these “stankevichs”, “hopefuls” and other yapping shushera, not to mention the frenzied defenders of Bandera (these do not deserve anything except the loop and aspen), you start to regret that we do not have a policy with rigidity of Joseph Vissarionovich !!!!
  29. vell.65 12 November 2015 09: 00 New
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    Quote: Andrew Y.
    In this case, it may come to the American political establishment that Russia and the United States are fighting on the same side.

    Perhaps with a big stretch, but the goals are different.
  30. guzik007 12 November 2015 09: 57 New
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    The White House has embraced cognitive dissonance ..
  31. marinier 12 November 2015 10: 06 New
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    Good time of the day, yep!
    In truth, all these utterances, pr-that, state dep, all nuland, mccain
    and their ilk, tired of it.
    Ho4etsia shouted out these disc zokeys, but everyone bothered with their zaezaia plastinka
    change her, no one believes YOU!
    If not for one BUT !!!
    CIA, here’s the 4th menia, the 4th office, it’s daring a hand on the supply pulse
    weapons gangs in Syria.
    As if the hyenas of the hymen didn’t take advantage of the MANPADS against V.K.
    That’s 4 menia that excited me, and they did something 4 in Afghanistan with a stinger.
    I would advise, would correspond to the services of RUSSIA, pay attention to this.
    Well, so it’s all toothless and unbroken split bleating, not worth the shell
    Eaten Eggs.
  32. sledge 12 November 2015 10: 13 New
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    Representatives of the Obama administration continue to say that Russia is to blame for the Syrian crisis ("The Nation", USA)
    Yes, to blame, to blame. And Russia is to blame for the tornado of regularly falling on the UkrSA and in earthquakes (tsunamis) and other crap!
    How zadolbal already this kindergarten !!!!!
  33. AlexTires 12 November 2015 10: 35 New
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    If you listen to Mr. Obama, then Russia is to blame for all the troubles of the world, and as a result, personally Vladimir Putin. The American president is not used to being responsible for his actions, and here he finds the guilty without guilt.
    American ultra-conservatives clearly drive the United States into a corner. And the more they do this, the higher the price for this policy will be for the United States. The idea of ​​a possible victory for Russia in Syria and the subsequent collapse of the American policy of one-vector hegemony in the world leads them to a state of hysteria and prostration.
  34. Vladimir Pozlnyakov 12 November 2015 10: 49 New
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    Quote: ImPerts
    The topic was covered after the events in Benghazi, when these rebels attacked the embassy of one overseas country.


    Why be modest - the "Maidan" in Benghazi - the local "rebels" (the same Bandera), did not understand and banged the US ambassador (it was necessary to lick, and they barked)! But without consequences (“whoever happens to — the specifics of the savages of the USA have forgiven”)! But Fushington in Ukropia “wised up”, sent in advance three THOSE “God-chosen” leaders, and their fellow tribeswoman Nuland began to feed the Kuevsky “maidan” COOKIES!
  35. v.yegorov 12 November 2015 10: 52 New
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    Will it come to the American political establishment that Russia and the United States are fighting on the same side?

    In words, maybe they are fighting, but in actions this is not visible. Yes, and they can’t
    IG fight, not in order to foster, to destroy their own child.
  36. roskot 12 November 2015 11: 31 New
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    that Russia is to blame for the Syrian crisis

    Well, do not blame yourself. Of course, Russia is to blame for all the troubles of the United States.
  37. Taranchello 12 November 2015 11: 51 New
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    Clinical dolbyodyatly !!! Most of all amusing, like almost the whole world, listening to their complete heresy (Psak, all sorts of other crap, docs from social networks, unfounded accusations without any evidence, etc.), everyone understands perfectly well, I don’t believe that they are so stupid all, and at the same time with what rapture they lick mattresses w and x ... Deputants ...
  38. afrikanez 12 November 2015 14: 04 New
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    The United States probably forgot who helped the spread of IS in the Middle East. And unproven and false accusations are theirs, so to speak, “hobbyhorse”. They just need to be dipped into their own crap more often. So that they would see and remember what they had done in the world.
  39. chunga-changa 12 November 2015 15: 33 New
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    No one is stopping our representatives from declaring that America is to blame for the Syrian crisis. But for some reason they are modestly silent.
    1. Shurik70 12 November 2015 23: 50 New
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      And the meaning of throwing beads?
      Who wants to understand - just see the sequence of events.
      Anyone who does not want to think will eat what the media give, even if today they say the opposite of yesterday.
      Drag a few percent hesitant to their side? Nafig nafig. Sanctions will also be lifted ahead of time, and we still have not recovered from the oil dependence.
  40. Shurik70 12 November 2015 22: 32 New
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    constantly changing goals, but not the main task. But these people have one task - to spoil relations between America and Russia forever

    Wrong.
    Spoiling relations with Russia is just a tactical task.

    And strategic is absolute dominance. Military, financial and scientific.
    The method of achieving the goal is the inhibition of the development of the rest of the world. There are many ways - supporting terrorism, supporting radical opposition, seizing industries, crowding out local goods on domestic markets, promoting key representatives of their proteges, and, best of all, civil wars.

    So currently the enemies of the United States are Russia, China and Europe.
    They spread rot to Europe, creating a stream of refugees and destroying economic ties with Russia. They are trying to crush Russia with sanctions and cheap oil. China is trying to seize production.
    But it only turns out so far only with Europe. It’s hard for Russia, but we can stand it. And China itself in response captures production in the United States.