Whose military budget is generously funded by Washington?

The US administration has published a report that contains interesting information about funding from the US budget the military component of foreign countries. In this edition howmuch.net a map of the world that draws attention is presented, the outlines of the states on which are plotted not in accordance with the actual territory of these states, but in accordance with how much funds from the American budget for military-technical cooperation programs have been spent on them. About the map a little later.


For obvious reasons, it is impossible to be sure that all the data provided by US officials reflect the real situation with financing for all 100%, but still no one has presented any other data ...

So, if you believe the report of the American administration, it turns out that in the 2014 year, Washington from the state budget sent 35 billion dollars to finance the military component of foreign countries (attention!). For comparison, this is about half of the Russian military budget.

The leader in the list of receiving amounts for military needs from the United States is Israel. From the American budget, according to the American data, about $ 3,1 billion were sent to this country. More than three billion dollars for a country that is not at all distressed! This indicates how strong the very "Jerusalem" lobby, which is present in the most different (including the highest) levels of American power. Apparently, this is a kind of payment for mutual loyalty and for Israel to be, as it has been customarily said for several decades, an American outpost in the Middle East region. Everything “in Jerusalem” is simple: you give us money (other material goods) —we give you at least loyalty, at least an outpost ...
Of course, in a number of other states, they are not averse to reducing relations with Washington to the same formula, but none of these countries has the very lobby in the camp of the US authorities, which Israel has.

That is why the allocation of a very impressive amount of the United States for the defense of Israel is not surprising. But the second position in the list of the states most actively financed by Washington raises many questions. If we look at the report and the map, we find that Egypt is in second place in terms of military funding with 1,3 billion. Suddenly? - Very ...

Here is the map mentioned above:



It is clear that we are not talking about gratuitous financial assistance. The lion's share here is credits and arms supplies, but the highlight is that the Americans will not supply any credits, much less military equipment. They will not, and that's it! Does it mean that Egypt fell for a reason? Is it possible that the answer to the question, why precisely Egypt, is that the current Egyptian authorities are actively supported by US government officials?

But still this is clearly not the conclusion on which to bet in this situation. The fact is that the current Egyptian authorities, headed by President Abdul-Fattah al-Sisi, found themselves at the helm of Egypt after the dismissal of the American protege Mursi, who represented the so-called "Muslim Brotherhood." It was on the Muslim Brotherhood on Tahrir, as we know, that the rate was made by external "friends of Egypt." Through this radical grouping were transmitted "cookies", which served as the material impetus for the overthrow of Mubarak and attempts to launch Egypt under the Libyan scenario.

Mursi was removed from the presidency in July 2013. Given the fact that the chaos in Egypt fully fit into the American scenario of building “democracy” in a single territory, Mursi’s dislocation did not initially upset Washington. Financing the Egyptian "miracle" has already been laid in the US budget, and therefore did not change anything, expecting that the rebellious general (al-Sisi), proclaimed field-marshal at the beginning of 2014, will be the man who, after Mursi, will continue to spread Egypt on the said Libyan option.

It is worth recalling that at the same time, the attention of the United States was essentially distracted by the situation in Ukraine, which demanded its “cookies”. And, apparently, in Washington it was considered that everything goes according to plan in Egypt - “al-Sisi will bring the matter of liquidation of Egyptian sovereignty to the end,” and therefore did not make any changes to Cairo’s funding. But it turned out that as-Sisi not only took and imprisoned many leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood, but also began to restore order in the country, lost after Tahrir. As a result, it was almost impossible to happen: the seeds of chaos that the American "partners" had planted in Egyptian land were trampled, not without the use of impressive funds allocated by the same Americans. For the US, this is a complete fiasco. In Washington, it would be possible to start tearing your hair if it were not for the warming of the soul (if they are not yet sold ...) by the US authorities that the uninterrupted operation of the printing press ...

When in Washington they came to their senses, continuing, however, to remain in the euphoria of burning Maidan tires in Kiev, the Egyptian authorities had already opened several fronts to combat terrorists who were pocket terrorists for the West. Realizing that the irreparable could happen, Washington began to think about what to do in such a situation. And, considering the fact that lately the Sinai terrorist conglomerate only strengthened its position, it was decided to redirect funding to the “Sinai direction” in order not to completely lose the “conquest of Tahrir”. In this regard, it will be extremely interesting to look at the report of the US administration for the 2015 year already. If at the end of the current year, the financing of the military component of Egypt by the United States does not change in the direction of a clear decrease, then all author's conclusions can be safely sent to the furnace.

PS The map has interesting statistics on the fact that the United States from its budget in 2014, very modestly militarily (only about 4,2 million dollars) financed Ukraine. If this is true, then it turns out that the financing of the war in Donbass primarily came from "extrabudgetary" (for the USA) sources, one of which is the budget of Ukraine itself ...
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  1. apro 12 November 2015 05: 48 New
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    Here are our Israeli colleagues wonder.
  2. Taagad 12 November 2015 05: 53 New
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    US aid makes up less than 20% of Israel’s military budget. In addition, the information presented is somewhat one-sided. Formally, Israel receives $ 3.1 billion from America, but South Korea doesn’t. In fact, it should be borne in mind that there are no and no American troops in Israel, and the maintenance of the American "limited contingent" in South Korea costs the United States more than 6 billion a year. So who is the de facto largest recipient of US aid?
    1. apro 12 November 2015 06: 06 New
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      Well, the arrows began to translate. Given the size of Israel and its population, such financial injections make its armed forces number one in the Near and Middle East, the question is, is the Palestinian resistance really so effective? Or are there first-class military powers around Israel?
      1. atalef 12 November 2015 06: 22 New
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        Quote: apro
        Well, the arrows began to translate. Given the size of Israel and its population, such financial injections make its armed forces number one in the Near and Middle East, the question is, is the Palestinian resistance really so effective? Or are there first-class military powers around Israel?

        Arrows to translate? Consider what?
        That our thief is the strongest force in the region is this and that we should apologize about this?
        What matters which powers are around and which palaces are the strongest - the rest does not matter
        1. Alexander Romanov 12 November 2015 06: 30 New
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          Quote: atalef
          What matters what powers around

          Sanya take a look at what topic. Wang Kim didn’t have much left if his people began to sing these songs laughing
          1. atalef 12 November 2015 06: 58 New
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            Quote: Alexander Romanov
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            What matters what powers around

            Sanya take a look at what topic. Wang Kim didn’t have much left if his people began to sing these songs laughing

            They don’t know what they are doing. laughing
            1. Eugene-Eugene 12 November 2015 10: 49 New
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              3,1 billion dollars in 2014 of US injections. Israel’s military budget in 2014. 15,6 billion dollars (from the 0,26 course of dollars per shekel) [http://news.israelinfo.co.il/economy/57106]. It turns out almost 20%, here Taagad is right in terms of statistics. Israel’s GDP in 2014 g. - 290,5 billion. [Http://gtmarket.ru/ratings/rating-countries-gdp/rating-countries-gdp-info] (according to other data is significantly less), that is, its own military costs are at least 5,4% of GDP - this is probably the highest figure in the world, not even counting amerskoy aid. It is clear that Jews are not in a position to raise the military budget further: it is technically impossible without a noticeable drop in the standard of living of the population. And here the US assistance comes in handy. As a result, their military expenses rise to 18,7 billion dollars. For example, Portugal's GDP 270 - 280 billion dollars, military expenses - 4,8 billion dollars (in 2013), the number of aircraft 18,5 thousand. (in 2012). In Israel, which has an economic level on the same level with Portugal, the number of aircraft 176,5 is thousand, that is, almost in 10 (!!!) is greater than the "Portuguese norm", and this is not counting reservists.
              What is their conclusion: Israel is first of all a military machine pumped by the USA. And, as you know, whoever dresses a girl, he undresses her.
              1. Ascetic 12 November 2015 11: 58 New
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                Quote: Eugene-Eugene
                Israel is primarily a war machine pumped by the United States. And, as you know, whoever dresses a girl undresses her.



                On the eve of Netanyahu’s visit to Washington, where an agreement was reached during a meeting with Obama
                expedite negotiations to sign long-term security agreement providing for Israel for ten years, US military assistance worth $ 50 billion.

                Read more: http://www.kommersant.ru/doc/2851081
                Those. 5 billion per year compared with the current three is quite substantial cash. In a previous package approved by the administration of US President George W. Bush in 2007, Israel was allocated more than $ 30 billion over ten years - See more at: http://www.forumdaily.com/ssha-dumayut-nad-uvelicheniem-voennoj-pomoshhi -izraily
                u / # sthash.stuNIseE.dpufPrevious agreement expires in 2017. therefore, the main task of the Israeli lobby to complete the negotiations within 14 months. which are still at the disposal of Obama.
                In this so-called compensation package will include deliveries of F-35 aircraft, additional F-15 aircraft, combat helicopters, V-22 tiltrotoplanes Osprey, new refueling aircraft, high-precision ammunition, components of the Hets missile systems (long-range), David Sling (medium-range) and Iron Dome (short-range). - See more at: http://www.forumdaily.com/ssha-dumayut-nad-uvelicheniem-voennoj-pomoshhi-izraily
                u / # sthash.stuNIseE.dpuf, as well as some secret weapons about which the former Foreign Minister Lieberman expressed himself in the spirit that both sides are well aware of what they are talking about
                "This is about new weapons that we previously did not have and did not even think that we could have them. I hope that all of these issues - what we prepared in advance and spoke about with the American side, will be resolved during Netanyahu’s current visit to the United States. "

                link
                Apparently, we are talking about systems to counter the latest Russian electronic warfare systems that are successfully used in Syria.
                1. Ahmed 12 November 2015 23: 57 New
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                  Quote: Ascetic
                  Apparently, we are talking about systems to counter the latest Russian electronic warfare systems that are successfully used in Syria.


                  It is extremely doubtful, according to analysts - over the past 10-15 years, American means \ counter-measures of REP / EW are inferior to their Israeli counterparts. It’s a stubborn fact - the Israelis gutting American planes / equipment and stuffing them with their stuffing, under the pretext that the Amer’s “does not meet all the set goals” and the European armies often prefer Israeli components in the issue of electronic warfare.

                  Most likely here we are talking about weapons ...

              2. Taagad 12 November 2015 12: 26 New
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                You are mistaken about the same level of economic development in Israel and Portugal.
                We have per capita GDP of $ 38000, while Portugal has $ 22000.
                More thoroughly necessary, more thoroughly)))
                1. Eugene-Eugene 12 November 2015 12: 41 New
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                  And where is the per capita alignment? I consider not individual citizens, but the state as a whole. So it is you who are mistaken, or callous eyes with an ancient trick - a breakdown of GDP by population.
                  1. atalef 12 November 2015 21: 57 New
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                    Quote: Eugene-Eugene
                    And where is the per capita alignment? I consider not individual citizens, but the state as a whole. So it is you who are mistaken, or callous eyes with an ancient trick - a breakdown of GDP by population.

                    And when was the last time that Portugal fought? Who are her neighbors?
                    You would have compared with N. Zelandia. laughing
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          2. Your friend 12 November 2015 12: 35 New
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            Quote: Alexander Romanov
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            What matters what powers around

            Sanya take a look at what topic. Wang Kim didn’t have much left if his people began to sing these songs laughing

            Nitsche, what song was performed by Jeanne Kim? Do you think the Uzbek singer belongs to the Una people? no
          3. Megatron 12 November 2015 14: 00 New
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            Intonations are about the same as in Japanese cartoons from childhood bully
            Well, Choi then they have - almost a national singer should be.

            Eh, the textures are textured, I lick each time, but I envy Kim !!)))
        2. apro 12 November 2015 06: 37 New
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          Alexander, what are you so boiling about? Because recently, your colleagues with the Israeli flags convinced me that the power of Israel is all honestly and then with the blood of the working people, and here it turns out how, yes it’s all the strongest, but it’s honestly selected for defense and defense, or maybe they thought of attacking someone? By the way, help goes not only through the State Department, but also from the Pentagon, the transfer of weapons withdrawn from the army of the SGA.
          1. Alexander Romanov 12 November 2015 06: 53 New
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            Quote: apro
            because recently, your colleagues with Israeli flags convinced me that the power of Israel is all honestly

            What difference does it make in any way, honest, dishonest, why these gossips pick. You will be easier or stronger.
            In general, Glory to Israel. And over the Gaza Strip should be this flag fellow
            1. apro 12 November 2015 07: 02 New
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              Cheburator there is a difference, and not small, when for your own you decide where and why, and when for someone else's where they will send there and stomp and do not ask why.
              1. Alexander Romanov 12 November 2015 07: 11 New
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                Cheburator

                Frol, what do you care about the state of Israel? The toad strangles that they were given money.
                PS And the west coast of the Jordan is also a kick in the ass Arabs!
                1. apro 12 November 2015 07: 18 New
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                  The Cheburator is not the matter of money and not their quantity, in relation to the USSR and Russia, the state of Israel is an enemy on the grounds that it is a conductor of the SGA policy in the Middle East and does not have its own.
                  1. atalef 12 November 2015 07: 23 New
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                    Quote: apro
                    The Cheburator is not the matter of money and not their quantity, in relation to the USSR and Russia, the state of Israel is an enemy on the grounds that it is a conductor of the SGA policy in the Middle East and does not have its own.

                    In your opinion, our policy should have been - lie under the Arabs and relax?
                  2. Alexander Romanov 12 November 2015 07: 31 New
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                    Quote: apro
                    Cheburator not in money

                    Frol, why are you hooked if it’s not about money? Israel lives as it sees fit, what do they need?
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                    Israel is the enemy

                    Wow, these Jews, I’ll directly save them laughing
                  3. MACCABI-TLV 12 November 2015 10: 28 New
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                    Quote: apro
                    the enemy on the grounds that he is a conductor of the SGA policy in the Middle East and does not have his own.

                    http://izrus.co.il/dvuhstoronka/article/2015-11-09/29325.html
                2. rotmistr60 12 November 2015 08: 08 New
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                  Frol, what do you care about the state of Israel? The toad strangles that they were given money.

                  Firstly, he did not write the article, but comments on it. Secondly, Alexander Romanov, why once again emphasize his commitment to a certain flag. She has long been known. And visitors need to be treated more kindly.
                  1. Alexander Romanov 12 November 2015 08: 13 New
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                    Quote: rotmistr60
                    Firstly, he did not write the article, but comments on it

                    But can’t he ask questions?
                    Quote: rotmistr60
                    Secondly, Alexander Romanov, why once again emphasize his commitment to a certain flag.

                    Do not bother, I read the Torah.
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                    And visitors need to be treated more kindly.
                    1. rotmistr60 12 November 2015 08: 20 New
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                      Do not bother, I read the Torah.

                      Thank you, they answered with humor.
                      1. rotmistr60 12 November 2015 11: 08 New
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                        Yes, once again I’m convinced that the “chosen ones” on the site are acting together and aggressively. This cannot be taken away from them.
                      2. Alexander Romanov 12 November 2015 11: 25 New
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                        Yes, once again I’m convinced that the “chosen ones” on the site are acting together and aggressively. This cannot be taken away from them.

                        This is not a favorite, this one minuses all comments in a row, and the second is so without humor.
                      3. Taagad 12 November 2015 12: 31 New
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                        We are "selected" thugs and in our pants we have "trimmings")))
                      4. miru mir 12 November 2015 18: 25 New
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                        And it is amazing to me every time to meet the definition of "elected" from the Russians. Where did it come from? It seems that on the site I have not met such allegations from the Jews.
                      5. vladkavkaz 13 November 2015 21: 54 New
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                        rotmistr60 (
                        Asked the question is some kind of "skull" Taagad, "[quote]" - You minus the Israeli flag, "he answered, why do I need this?

                        Then Taagad was able to emergency situations, so I did not understand what this resident of Israel wanted and why did he so missilely slip into the inaccessible zone ??

                        "[quote] Are you minus the Israeli flag? [/ quote]" - A twice-asked question, why would it be, do they have typhoon, rain, change of weather, or any other reason for such questions?
                      6. Good me 13 November 2015 23: 07 New
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                        Quote: vladkavkaz
                        Asked the question is some kind of "skull" Taagad, "You minus the Israeli flag," he answered, why do I need this?


                        ?
                        Online Taagad
                        Today, 22: 06
                        Are you minus the Israeli flag?

                        I did not have time to answer no ... was already in an emergency.

                        The conspiracy of the "Zion of the wise men," some kind of ...
                      7. vladkavkaz 13 November 2015 23: 26 New
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                        Good me
                        I am lost in conjecture.
                        Either they really have a conspiracy there, or the weather is acting ... autumn .. laughing
                      8. Good me 13 November 2015 23: 52 New
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                        Quote: vladkavkaz
                        Good me
                        I am lost in conjecture.
                        Either they really have a conspiracy there, or the weather is acting ... autumn ..


                        Judging by the fact that he is a “skull”, registered on November 2.11.2015, XNUMX, and has “grabbed” so many “minuses” for nothing at all, then he’s got a “hit list” of emergency situations, he must be VERY large.

                        I’m even starting to worry about the VO server ... Will they cope with such a volume? Technique will not fail?
      2. atalef 12 November 2015 07: 21 New
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        Quote: apro
        Cheburator there is a difference, and not small, when for your own you decide where and why, and when for someone else's where they will send there and stomp and do not ask why.

        So how? During all this time, Israel has fought outside the BV?
        1. IS-80 12 November 2015 09: 06 New
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          So how? During all this time, Israel has fought outside the BV?

          Operation "Entebbe"
          1. atalef 12 November 2015 21: 55 New
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            Quote: IS-80
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            So how? During all this time, Israel has fought outside the BV?

            Operation "Entebbe"

            not an answer, Israel saved its citizens, not
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            the difference is not small, towhen for your own you decide where and why, and when for someone else's where they will send there and stomp and do not ask why.
    2. kagorta 12 November 2015 07: 06 New
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      Israel, must comply with the UN resolution on the occupied territories and the state of Palestine.
      1. Do not care 12 November 2015 07: 26 New
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        Israel owes nothing to anyone, And the Israeli government must follow the interests of its citizens, Just like the Russian government must follow the interests of its citizens.
      2. Wiski 12 November 2015 07: 33 New
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        Israel, must comply with the UN resolution on the occupied territories and the state of Palestine.



        Should? The resolution is recommendatory and non-binding.
        1. kagorta 12 November 2015 08: 42 New
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          UN Security Council Resolution 242 is a UN Security Council resolution on the basis of the Six Day War. It was adopted unanimously by the UN Security Council on November 22, 1967 at the 1382th meeting. It is advisory in nature, you are right. And so you are not going to fulfill it. Never? Even if the Arabs recognize you and say live as you like, only give ours to us. And even after that you do not owe anything? At least morally?
          1. Wiski 12 November 2015 09: 01 New
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            Morally, after many attempts to destroy us - we not only should not, we are also incredibly generous in negotiations.
            It is amazing to observe that you are citing resolutions that even Arabs have not adopted after their adoption. Do not recall when the Arabs adopted resolution 242? After how many years?


            Arabs are not ready to recognize the right of Jews to their state and therefore no one will implement the resolution.

            Moreover, it is no longer relevant.

            Although on the other hand, given that,

            As Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Daniel Ayalon points out, even the Soviet representative to the UN, Vasily Kuznetsov, who fought against the final text of the resolution, admitted that the resolution gave Israel the right to "withdraw its troops only to those positions that it considers necessary."


            So what
            the resolution calls for the conclusion “from territories” and not “from all territories”, indicating the absence in the phrase “(i) Withdrawal of Israel armed forces from territories occupied in the recent conflict;” the definite article “the” before the word “territories”. They also note that the version of the resolution with the definite article “the”, proposed by the Arab countries and their allies, was rejected, and the article itself was specifically removed from the final draft resolution 242


            That Israel is entitled, according to the resolution, to have safe borders and territories that ensure them, and certainly should not divide Jerusalem and evict settlers.

            And so, in principle, it’s still simple - even tomorrow Israel is ready to give 90% of Judea and Samaria and live there and create your own state with the capital in Rammal.
            True, this state will be demilitarized and the first years Israel will guard the borders, since we already remember that when Israel left Gaza, Hamas seized power there, which did not recognize the agreements and launched terror. In Judea and Samaria, we do not need this.

            True, there is another question - who does Abu Mazen represent? He has no power in Gaza, and there are almost 2 million Arabs there, and missiles also fly from Gaza. Abu Mazen had not been elected for 7-8 years already, that is, he was already actually a usurper of power, since he was obliged, according to his own law, to conduct elections for a long time.
          2. Fyva 12 November 2015 17: 48 New
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            Anecdote of the day. Arabs recognized Israel. wassat
      3. miru mir 12 November 2015 18: 26 New
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        Quote: kagorta
        Israel, must comply with the UN resolution on the occupied territories and the state of Palestine.

        Is this what the Arabs angrily rejected?
    3. Taagad 12 November 2015 07: 07 New
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      Thanks, Alexander Romanov.
    4. atalef 12 November 2015 07: 20 New
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      Quote: Alexander Romanov
      Quote: apro
      because recently, your colleagues with Israeli flags convinced me that the power of Israel is all honestly

      What difference does it make in any way, honest, dishonest, why these gossips pick. You will be easier or stronger.
      In general, Glory to Israel. And over the Gaza Strip should be this flag fellow

      The day promises to be languid
      wink
      1. Alexander Romanov 12 November 2015 07: 41 New
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        The day promises to be languid

        Bored San laughing
        1. atalef 12 November 2015 08: 08 New
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          Quote: Alexander Romanov
          Quote: atalef
          The day promises to be languid

          Bored San laughing

          Whatever, we have a corporate party fellow
          1. Alexander Romanov 12 November 2015 08: 14 New
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            Whatever, we have a corporate party

            Yes, Israel is drunk recourse
    5. andj61 12 November 2015 08: 10 New
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      In general, Glory to Israel. And over the Gaza Strip should be this flag

      Over the Gaza Strip - this is understandable! What about the oil sector? what What should be the flag there? wink
      1. Alexander Romanov 12 November 2015 08: 23 New
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        What should be the flag there?

        And what does not like the flag of Alkaida?
        1. andj61 12 November 2015 08: 31 New
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          Quote: Alexander Romanov
          Quote: andj61
          What should be the flag there?

          And what does not like the flag of Alkaida?

          Black (or green? - others like no one) does not like something. Another thing is red, with a sickle and a hammer, or white-blue-red! fellow
          At worst - and white with blue stripes and a Star of David will come down - it's not for nothing that you read the Torah! good So it comes to circumcision! wink hi
          1. Alexander Romanov 12 November 2015 08: 35 New
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            Quote: andj61

            Black (or green? - others like no) something does not like

            Well, sorry, color blind people anyway, you can hang red and tell them that it is green and vice versa. One damn allah akbar will yell.
            About circumcision what not boys, I better go to the Buddhas laughing
            1. Boris Zidkov 12 November 2015 08: 51 New
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              Come on, when I served in Buryatia, I often had to pass by the Ivolginsky datsan. As you get together, we will meet and conduct the ceremony in the best possible way.
            2. Kaiten 13 November 2015 00: 01 New
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              Quote: Alexander Romanov
              learn to buddhism weed

              And what does not like your own church?
          2. Kaiten 12 November 2015 23: 59 New
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            At worst - and white with blue stripes and a star of David will come down

            Netushki, at the moment when Israel has oil, it will turn into a raw materials appendage and will not be any different from the Arabian monarchies. Money must be earned by one’s own mind, and not by selling their bowels on the cheap.
    6. Megatron 12 November 2015 14: 06 New
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      And after that, some more naive Chukchi youths ask why professors do not cut from the site. If this Russophobian Jewish hydra at the very top of our site is supported. Well, just like in our government, however, all sorts of liberals sat around.
      1. Kaiten 13 November 2015 00: 11 New
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        Russophobian

        And what kind of scum do we need to hate you if you are 3000 km away from us? Wake up, your fight with the Jews, this is a shadow fight, we no longer live with you.
        1. Megatron 13 November 2015 16: 42 New
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          And for what reason, we need to hate you

          And who talked about hatred?

          we no longer live with you.

          And what, then forgive Lyada, are you crowding crowds on our sites? Your problems are not enough?

          Wake up, your fight with the Jews, it's a shadow fight

          As always, the sea of ​​pathos.
      2. Ahmed 13 November 2015 00: 21 New
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        If this Russophobian Jewish hydra at the very top of our site is supported. Well, just like in our government, however, all sorts of liberals sat around.


        That is, you acknowledge that you labore on the Jews, and they, in turn, are sovereign masters (including above you)? lol

        Then a logical question arises .... what

        WHO ALLOWED TO LEAVE A WORKPLACE ?! am POW, SLAVE ZION !!! am

        wassat wassat wassat
        1. Megatron 13 November 2015 16: 43 New
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          I am forced to disappoint you, I’m the point of view of the state - I am unemployed, so that didn’t work out.
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            I am forced to disappoint you, I am the point of view of the state - I am unemployed ...


            wassat
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              Not working does not mean not making money. So again NEUD. tongue
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            I am forced to disappoint you, I am the point of view of the state - I am unemployed ...


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    7. the most important 12 November 2015 17: 44 New
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      Quote: Alexander Romanov
      In general, Glory to Israel. And over the Gaza Strip should be this flag

      Is it worth the little things? Immediately at the North Pole over the whole world ... only brothers from modern Ukraine also want to hang their own there ... and they are trying to shove the striped flag ...
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        Quote: the most important
        North Pole

        No gentlemen. Better you command the North Pole, and we are Eilat and the Dead Sea. You know there is warmer. Better with a Swede, who is topless sunbathing, lying next to her than being run from a polar bear, not wanting to be his breakfast.
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          Nu-nu, sunbathe, the road is there for you .... according to the tonsils hi
          I'm better with the bears ....laughing
  3. atalef 12 November 2015 07: 03 New
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    Alexander, what are you so boiling about? Because recently, your colleagues with Israeli flags convinced me that the power of Israel is all honestly

    Ie solely due to its resources? Of course no. We are a small country.
    The difference between us and our neighbors is only one thing.
    They help one and they win, the second - they ask ... they all loot and lose.
    How much has the USSR invested in our entire environment?
    And hde, is that all? laughing
    Quote: apro
    and then it’s how it turns out, but the sun is the strongest, but is it only for defense and protection that it’s honestly selected, or maybe they’ve attacked anyone

    Do not understand the promise?
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    By the way, assistance goes not only through the Department of State, but also from the Pentagon, the transfer of weapons withdrawn from the army of the SGA.

    What does it matter ? The result is important.
    I understand . if it was like with the Arabs - the grandmas invested (USSR) - they all poheril - debts written off.
    There is a slightly different alignment - invest in - the result on the face is about efficiency. wink
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      Well, in general, well-done Jews are effectively mastering American military assistance, but they didn’t get calmer in the Middle East. But won, don’t rejoice, lost sadness, life goes on.
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        Quote: apro
        Well, in general, well-done Jews are effectively mastering American military assistance, but they didn’t get calmer in the Middle East. But won, don’t rejoice, lost sadness, life goes on.

        Life goes, that's for sure
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    2. Megatron 13 November 2015 16: 52 New
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      How much has the USSR invested in our entire environment?

      The only difference in the next large-scale war (and it will be) against Israel is that now modern weapons require much less skill from personnel, especially offensive ones, on the principle of "shot and forgot." (Just pressed a button).

      Then you went to the mediocrity of the Arab tank crews and aircraft, now it’s already vryat ride. And how will the vaunted iron domes behave and (Oh my God! Falling prostrate!) BATTLE LASER INSTALLATIONS! When fired, not with single homemade missiles, but with full packages of modern RZSO?

      If Russia suddenly decides to supply Iran with a lot of weapons, (and most likely will, as soon as the sanctions are lifted from Iran), it also supplies Egypt, and Syria. Israel has practically no leverage over our current government (sanctions?) And there is nothing to offer in return.

      ps especially since our country has not been giving anything for a long time, but is selling or changing it on a mutually beneficial basis.
  • yushch 12 November 2015 09: 09 New
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    Well, the arrows began to translate. Given the size of Israel and its population, such financial injections make its armed forces number one in the Near and Middle East, the question is, is the Palestinian resistance really so effective? Or are there first-class military powers around Israel?

    Arrows to translate? Consider what?
    That our thief is the strongest force in the region is this and that we should apologize about this?
    What matters which powers are around and which palaces are the strongest - the rest does not matter


    Judging by how the Arabs fight with lunch and sleep breaks, then your army is the strongest in the region without question. Another thing is that you haven’t come across worthy opponents in history for geographical reasons.
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      Judging by how the Arabs fight with lunch and sleep breaks, then your army is the strongest in the region without question. Another thing is that you haven’t come across worthy opponents in history for geographical reasons.

      You are strange. How to fight with us - so the Arabs are fighting with lunch break, as in Syria - so everyone is just choking on the valor of the Assad army - can you figure it out - or are you talking about different people?
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        I do not choke, unlike you, from the successes of the Syrian army. I just state the fact to you. Any serious army would roll Tsakhal in a couple of weeks.
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          I do not choke, unlike you, from the successes of the Syrian army. I just state the fact to you. Any serious army would roll Tsakhal in a couple of weeks.

          OK, everyone has their own enemies, you have one, and we have tea drinkers 5 times a day.
          We are not going to fight with others - so we are content with what God sent.
          But what the hell are you investing in? If you know who you are dealing with?
          Well, your version? wink
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            OK, everyone has their own enemies, you have one, and we have tea drinkers 5 times a day.

            We also once had enemies drinking tea 5 times a day, but not muslim, but limes. Now it's their cousins. wink
            And God forbid that before a real war no one gets it — neither you, nor ours! hi
            Although the powder must be kept dry. soldier
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              Although the powder must be kept dry.

              and my throat is wet, I came here from a corporate party - it draws on the lyrics wassat
          2. yushch 12 November 2015 22: 59 New
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            I do not choke, unlike you, from the successes of the Syrian army. I just state the fact to you. Any serious army would roll Tsakhal in a couple of weeks.

            OK, everyone has their own enemies, you have one, and we have tea drinkers 5 times a day.
            We are not going to fight with others - so we are content with what God sent.
            But what the hell are you investing in? If you know who you are dealing with?
            Well, your version? wink


            I repeat once again, in my comments you will not find laudatory notes such as "good luck Assad," etc. Your army, so to speak, is imprisoned for the fight against goats, and it will not last long with a serious opponent.
            And at the expense of investing somewhere some kind of horseradish, I did not cut it. Explain. request
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              Once again, in my comments you will not find laudatory notes such as "good luck Assad

              Why so? You do not wish good luck to Assad? belay I so wish him many years as President of Syria
              Quote: yushch
              Your army, so to speak, is imprisoned for the fight against goats,

              Great, we don’t need more. We are surrounded by goats
              So the IDF has enough for these goats, fighting with Europe, the USA, Russia and even New Guinea (with their terrible cannibals) - we are not going to
              Quote: yushch
              And at the expense of investing somewhere some kind of horseradish, I did not cut it. Explain.

              Why are you investing in goats? That is, in general, the whole question?
        2. atalef 12 November 2015 22: 55 New
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          I do not choke, unlike you, from the successes of the Syrian army. I just state the fact to you. Any serious army would roll Tsakhal in a couple of weeks.

          Any - which one? wink
          1. yushch 13 November 2015 07: 32 New
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            Quote: yushch
            I do not choke, unlike you, from the successes of the Syrian army. I just state the fact to you. Any serious army would roll Tsakhal in a couple of weeks.

            Any - which one? wink


            I think Erwin Rommel, with the current armament, would have rolled you out with his expeditionary force even in less than two weeks. I just don’t like these super-duper show-offs. and you like to teach the rest of the forum users a mentor tone and tell hi tales of your invincibility. And so I have nothing against you and your country.
        3. Ahmed 13 November 2015 00: 44 New
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          Quote: yushch
          Any serious army would roll out Zahal in a couple of weeks.


          Of course, I understand that you are trying to stand in an "arrogantly contemptuous pose" in order to offend the "national pride" of our Israeli members of the forum, but alas, these are empty attempts, the facts in this situation are against you and they know it.

          Likbez:

          Tzahal (to your regret) is the very "any serious army", the very "any" of all "any" (in the top ten in terms of equipment and combat readiness in the world, excluding Nuclear weapons).
          It’s significant - Putin chose to negotiate with Netanyahu “on an equal footing” rather than try to play with muscles (this may impress soft-bodied Europeans, but not Israelis, and he understands this perfectly).

          Py.Sy. - And now the main fad, to argue that WHO ANY PRINCIPLE can "roll out" an army of a nuclear power that has a functioning (albeit miniature) "nuclear triad" and does not grab the "five pounds of dashing" and a couple of hundred kilo-corpses in response - at least naively.

          By the way ... guess what it is? Or rather, whose is it and how far flies?
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            MMX 13 November 2015 06: 07 New
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            Likbez:
            Tzahal (to your regret) is the very "any serious army", the most "any" of all "any"


            Despite the flag, you can see your ears. Yes, and the pose of those same "arrogant and contemptuous", like your opponent. The main thing at the same time, do not forget to ask the US for help.

            Significantly - Putin chose to negotiate with Netanyahu "on an equal footing" rather than trying to play muscle


            Putin paid a visit to Israel? Recall, somehow missed this moment.

            And now the main point, to argue that WHO ANY PRINCIPLE can "roll out" an army of a nuclear power that has a functioning (albeit miniature) "nuclear triad" and does not grab "five pounds of dashing" and a couple of hundred kilo-corpses in response - at least naively And now the main point, to say that ANYONE IN PRINCIPLE can “roll out” an army of a nuclear power that has a functioning (albeit miniature) “nuclear triad” and does not grab “five pounds of dashing” and a couple of hundred kilo-corpses in response - at least least naive


            Regarding the functioning, it is said a lot. Or, as you put it there, "the facts in this situation are against you," because Israel does not have this nuclear triad, albeit a miniature one. Yes, and no one will have to fight, just shut off the supply tap and that's it.

            P.S. How big is Israel on the map in the article)))
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            Quote: yushch
            Any serious army would roll out Zahal in a couple of weeks.


            Of course, I understand that you are trying to stand in an "arrogantly contemptuous pose" in order to offend the "national pride" of our Israeli members of the forum, but alas, these are empty attempts, the facts in this situation are against you and they know it.

            Likbez:

            Tzahal (to your regret) is the very "any serious army", the very "any" of all "any" (in the top ten in terms of equipment and combat readiness in the world, excluding Nuclear weapons).
            It’s significant - Putin chose to negotiate with Netanyahu “on an equal footing” rather than try to play with muscles (this may impress soft-bodied Europeans, but not Israelis, and he understands this perfectly).

            Py.Sy. - And now the main fad, to argue that WHO ANY PRINCIPLE can "roll out" an army of a nuclear power that has a functioning (albeit miniature) "nuclear triad" and does not grab the "five pounds of dashing" and a couple of hundred kilo-corpses in response - at least naively.

            By the way ... guess what it is? Or rather, whose is it and how far flies?


            So I repeat for those who do not catch up with the first time. Ahmed, in your instructive and mentor tone you will teach your wife how to cook cabbage soup. Who are you going to arrange an educational program here, man? Nuclear powers were chopped with each other more than once. Do you need to give examples?
            1. miru mir 13 November 2015 09: 33 New
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              Nuclear powers were chopped with each other more than once. Do you need to give examples?

              And let's give examples hi Curious.
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                Quote: miru mir
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                Nuclear powers were chopped with each other more than once. Do you need to give examples?

                And let's give examples hi Curious.


                China-India, India-Pakistan. In continuation of the topic it is generally interesting what criteria are guided by the "experts"

                e ratings of the armies of the world. Logistics and support of the military, as well as their transportation over long distances, is the first indicator that should be taken into account in drawing up the rating. Israel can be compared to a powerful lord in the Middle Ages who rebuilt a powerful fortress and periodically attacks its neighbors when it is successful, when not very. But if he tries to make a long trip and his power will be minimized. That is why you did not dare to bomb Iran. You will not be able to organize the logistics and provision of your military over such long distances. Even the first army of the world, your elder bros, in preparing for any invasion, prepare for a year and a half. A serious adversary will not give you such terms. And nuclear weapons are the main bugbear for any country and they will use it when it becomes clear that a full scribe has arrived.
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                  China-India, India-Pakistan.

                  Did they possess nuclear weapons in those days?
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                  Quote: miru mir
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                  China-India, India-Pakistan.

                  Did they possess nuclear weapons in those days?

                  What times? Do not turn on the fool, sir. The last batch between Pakistan and India was at the beginning of the two thousandth. In the second half of my post you apparently have nothing to object to?
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                  Don't turn on the fool sir

                  Not at all, sir. What kind of batch are you talking about in which the Pakistani authorities denied their participation?
                  Quote: yushch
                  In the second half of my post you apparently have nothing to object to?

                  You share your vision of the situation - someone agrees with you, someone does not. And someone doesn’t have an opinion at all smile I see no reason to start a discussion on every issue that arises here.
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                  I do not know, I was not there. request
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        So I repeat for those who do not catch up with the first time. Ahmed, in your instructive and mentor tone you will teach your wife how to cook cabbage soup.


        request
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  • DarkRiver 12 November 2015 09: 33 New
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    Quote: apro
    Well, the arrows began to translate. Given the size of Israel and its population, such financial injections make its armed forces number one in the Near and Middle East, the question is, is the Palestinian resistance really so effective? Or are there first-class military powers around Israel?

    Arrows to translate? Consider what?
    That our thief is the strongest force in the region is this and that we should apologize about this?
    What matters which powers are around and which palaces are the strongest - the rest does not matter

    The strongest. I beg you) Without a lobby in the USA, Israel is not that it would not become “strongest”, it simply would not begin to exist. What the article describes is just the tip of the iceberg, 4.4% of Israel’s budget is US financial assistance, so for a second it’s as if all the health care of the Russian Federation was paid by another country. Arms to Israel are sold at almost cost, Israel has preferential rights to transfer US military technology, for which sometimes it does not even bother to pay. So for example, everyone knows (who is interested) that the German Leopard-2 copied LTDS technologies were used in Merkava, but everyone has no idea how they got to the Israelis, since they do not have a license. Germany generally builds free submarines for Israel, the "strongest" they are in the Middle East)) Not Israel is the "strongest" there, but the Israeli lobby in Washington.
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      The strongest. "I beg you) Without the lobby in the USA, Israel would not be the" strongest ", it simply would not exist

      Interestingly, what is the US fighting for us? You won’t just deliver the equipment to the Arabs, but also specialists, but what good?
      I think without the USSR they would not have jerked at Israel at all, but Khrushchev convinced them that everything would be OK lied, as always
      Quote: DarkRiver
      . What the article describes is just the tip of the iceberg, 4.4% of Israel’s budget is US financial assistance, so for a second it’s as if all the health care of the Russian Federation was paid by another country.

      No way, I would pay and pay.
      By the way, it would probably be better if I paid. And then everyone goes to us for treatment
      Quote: DarkRiver
      Arms to Israel are sold at almost cost

      How do you know ?
      Quote: DarkRiver
      Israel has preferential rights to transfer US military technology, for which sometimes it doesn’t even bother to pay

      lie
      Quote: DarkRiver
      . So for example, everyone knows (who cares) that in Merkava the copied LTDS technologies of the German Leopard-2 were used,

      What kind ?
      Quote: DarkRiver
      Germany generally builds free submarines for Israel,

      You're lying again.
      3 \ 4 we pay
      Quote: DarkRiver
      Not Israel is the "strongest" there, but the Israeli lobby in Washington.

      Are they fighting the same for us?
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        Interestingly, what is the US fighting for us? You won’t just deliver the equipment to the Arabs, but also specialists, but what good?


        All this Yermolko-condemnation and Ura-Zionism, the expression about the fact that Israel - the 51st state of the USA I did not come up with. The Arabs did not help, but the Vietnamese completely, what can you do, fate.

        Quote: atalef
        No way, I would pay and pay.
        By the way, it would probably be better if I paid. And then everyone goes to us for treatment


        That is not, Israeli medicine is certainly strong, but still prefer Germany and Switzerland, sobsna, these are the places where the Jews and learned, in general, what medicine is.



        Quote: atalef
        how do you know?


        Here is exhaustive information about the unique US-Israeli relations, with links to all international treaties - http://www.iimes.ru/eng/stat/2011/09-08-11a.htm And about how American taxpayers will pay Israeli F-35 and about the free transfer of weapons.

        Quote: atalef

        What kind ?


        http://www.bits.de/public/articles/friedensforum/ff0406eng.htm
        Translated in a quick google translate:
        “Today, 20 years later, Ltds and its further development are to be found in the Israeli army’s Merkava-3 and Merkava-4 tanks. They see operations again in Lebanon. True, there are rumors in specialized publications that important Leopard components are known like Geadrive today, located in Merkava, Israel says, however, that this is its own development, made in Israel.

        An unusual plot? For German-Israeli military-technical cooperation, and this is symptomatic. The technology of the 120 mm leopard-2 smoothbore gun also found its way to Israel through a serpentine. Whether directly from the workshops of the manufacturer Rheinmetall or through American manufacturing under license, is unknown. Here, too, Israel speaks of its own development. Similarly, with reference to the armor, where there is cooperation with the German engineering firm IBR-Deisenroth.

        Other German components in Merkava speak more openly. Tank rims supplied by Renk AG Augsburg. The engines were developed by MTU and assembled from parts of an American license. From there they were sent to Israel. This has its advantages in Jerusalem, because Israel - which lacks hard currency - can use American military assistance to pay for supplies from common American employers. "


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        You're lying again.
        3 \ 4 we pay


        Nope, the first 2 submarines were free, the rest yes - at cost, the German suckers will pay for the Holocaust for a long time.https: //en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dolphin-class_submarine

        Quote: atalef

        Are they fighting the same for us?

        Who cares about your infantry? There will be no American help; there will be no artificial state of Israel.
  • NyeMoNik70 12 November 2015 15: 17 New
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    Lebanon 2006 "... our thief is the strongest force in the region ...". Perhaps you want to say: "... the strongest Semites in the region. Then yes. But there were. Still, Lebanon 2006. And what are you so nervous, until 2025 you are still seen on the political map of the world. And it's not me said. One of your guys. hi
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      And that you are so nervous, until 2025 you are still seen on the political map of the world. And I didn’t say that. One guy from yours.

      It was said before 2015? Something has changed ? wink
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        It was said before 2015? Something has changed ?

        In 2025 they will say that in 2050, absolutely precisely, Israel will collapse and finally create a true model of order and justice on the wreckage fellow . True prophets do not argue everything, they only get confused about dates. And if it weren’t for the USA (which the Jews also rule), Israel would not exist at all wassatBy the way, the same prophets say that Jews also captured Russia, so let them rejoice that the United States is sponsoring us, otherwise Russia will connect. And Yaroslavna will cry in action. tongue
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          Quote: Hello
          Quote: atalef
          It was said before 2015? Something has changed ?

          In 2025 they will say that in 2050, absolutely precisely, Israel will collapse and finally create a true model of order and justice on the wreckage fellow . True prophets do not argue everything, they only get confused about dates. And if it weren’t for the USA (which the Jews also rule), Israel would not exist at all wassatBy the way, the same prophets say that Jews also captured Russia, so let them rejoice that the United States is sponsoring us, otherwise Russia will connect. And Yaroslavna will cry in action. tongue

          They have a split personality. they write that we rule the world and the United States, that we cannot live without the United States. that any Army rolls us. that. that we control Russia
          So maybe someone will explain to me. how they will roll us out if we control both the USA and Russia, and if any OTHER army attacks us, we will somehow connect the US Army, Russia army to save our beloved ones, and the IDF will deliver shells. wink
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            that we control Russia

            No, tell Adies to Russia, the last of your rulers of Russia hung himself (?) On a hose in his soul in London, there was one more truth that he thought a lot about himself, but after serving in our humane gulag now it prefers to write memoirs rather than get into politics , all the rules so far, so Abramovich is the smartest, the smartest, prefers to get involved in yachts and football, rather than coups and intrigues, and therefore feels buzzing.
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        It was said before 2015? Something has changed ?

        The New Year is coming soon, and the Aytisemites again filled up the plan for the plum of Israel. It’s time for them to issue special tear-off caplendars with tear-off leaflets: “There will be no Israel in 2013, in 2014, in 2015 ... and so on.
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  • kagorta 12 November 2015 06: 24 New
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    I propose using a different figure, less than 5 percent of the country's budget. And then 20% seem too big and indecent. laughing wink
  • Wellych 12 November 2015 08: 23 New
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    Well, three billion bucks, they're still three billion. Of course, I would like more, but only from what such generosity? From the breadth of the soul? Where does such disinterestedness come from?
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      Well, three billion bucks, they're still three billion. Of course, I would like more, but only from what such generosity? From the breadth of the soul? Where does such disinterestedness come from?

      And who said that disinterestedness? Everyone has their own interests. And the interests of America in Israel. Are nothing less than yours in Syria (although it is clear that neither America is Israel, nor Russia-Syria) and why the heck are not necessary - it’s important to influence BV- different who puts on whom, someone has strong cards, and someone has sheshbesh (these are backgammon in Arabic)
  • Volzhanin 12 November 2015 08: 32 New
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    Comparing wet to green is just a Jewish trick!
    Less than 20% ... Well this is so about nothing at all, right? Only a fifth.
    laughing laughing
    1. Wiski 12 November 2015 10: 44 New
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      We have already studied this question - the Israeli economy is losing more than 3 billion due to losses in its defense industry. It is not a matter of money at all, but of the fact that the United States gives this money, as well as generally not only to purchase their timely and better weapons, but and take part in various developments and projects to which ordinary allies do not have access or it is limited to a very small number of countries.
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        We have already studied this question - ... It's not a matter of money at all.


        Certainly not in money. That is why Israel does not refuse them ...

        Israeli economy loses more than 3 billion due to losses in its defense industry


        The Israeli military-industrial complex can compensate for the supply of the types of weapons that the United States supplies ???
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    US aid makes up less than 20% of Israel’s military budget. In addition, the information presented is somewhat one-sided. Formally, Israel receives $ 3.1 billion from America, but South Korea doesn’t. In fact, it should be borne in mind that there are no and no American troops in Israel, and the maintenance of the American "limited contingent" in South Korea costs the United States more than 6 billion a year. So who is the de facto largest recipient of US aid?


    With high probability, Korea itself contains the American contingent, if Japan fully finances it at home, then Korea will not be an exception.
  • Sharikov.P.P 12 November 2015 15: 56 New
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    Oh you are a Shionist!
    We arranged two world wars, burned a bunch of people in stoves and all is not enough for you ?!
  • Wert 13 November 2015 13: 39 New
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    Rzhaka. As expected, transfer the discussion to another subject, in this case, South Korea. ) But this does not cancel the fact that Israel is a big daddy's kept woman.
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  • BDRM 667 13 November 2015 22: 35 New
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    In fact, it should be borne in mind that there are no and no American troops in Israel, and the maintenance of the American "limited contingent" in South Korea costs the United States more than 6 billion a year.


    But why, God forgive me ... are they there, do you need them?

    You are so obedient, and do everything as prescribed daddy Uncle Sam ...
  • atalef 12 November 2015 06: 12 New
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    Egypt receives exactly the same 3.1 billion, and this author missed - just 1.4 billion is the supply of military equipment. And 1.7 billion in live money as an economic aid
    Israel does not receive economic assistance (real money) - refused in the late 90s to transfer the economy. Help in the military component section. All 3.1 billion - supply of weapons (by bank transfer)
    According to the David Camp agreement, EGYPT and Israel receive exactly the same amounts from the USA, percent in cent
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      Egypt is generally lucky, Israil in the person of Netanyahu asked Fashington to increase assistance from 3 to 4,5 mlr. dollars. And also to extend the agreement from 2017 to 2027. fellow
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    the favorites were revived --- the most monstrous ones, we don’t need money, South Korea is more ... good to bite off - has a Negro and his State Department is cheap
  • Aaron Zawi 12 November 2015 06: 51 New
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    Well, yes, the United States helps its allies and its military-industrial complex, since the allocated funds can only be spent on American weapons. And someone was interested in how much the Russian Federation costs to support the Armed Forces of Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Armenia, Transnistria, the DPR / LPR?
    1. Chertkov Oleg 12 November 2015 07: 03 New
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      And someone was interested in how much the Russian Federation costs to support the Armed Forces of Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Armenia, Transnistria, the DPR / LPR?
      Well, well, they’re like that, right? Brothers in the CIS have different requests, and they are really brothers. And you have one wallet on your mind.
      1. atalef 12 November 2015 07: 25 New
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        And someone was interested in how much the Russian Federation costs to support the Armed Forces of Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Armenia, Transnistria, the DPR / LPR?
        Well, well, they’re like that, right? Brothers in the CIS have different requests, and they are really brothers. And you have one wallet on your mind.

        Finno brothers, stop paying them, brother laughing
      2. Wiski 12 November 2015 07: 28 New
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        And Syria, which 10 Lard brothers forgave you? laughing.
        And the fact that Russia is already selling weapons to the Saudis, who are terror against Russia?
        And who has that in mind? wassat
        1. Chertkov Oleg 12 November 2015 08: 06 New
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          You just not smart or pretend to be? My answer on the CIS was. Foreign policy, I’ll not point the other calico, as well as the host countries, otherwise I will click.
          And Syria, which 10 Lard brothers forgave you?

          Do you know the aspects of "forgiveness"? I think not, but the bases appeared fellow
          Finno brothers, stop paying them, brother

          Not your ... hmm .. business, however. The proverb about the broom from the rods I think is known, I will not repeat it.
          And the fact that Russia is already selling weapons to the Saudis, who are terror against Russia?

          There will be less money left for terror, we are learning ... Let it be better to play with expensive toys in our sandbox than to sponsor a basmache. By the way, how do the bearded and the IG in YOUR side “breathe”, with passion ??? I think yes!!
          1. Wiski 12 November 2015 09: 13 New
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            Do you know the aspects of "forgiveness"? I think not, but the bases appeared



            Of course they did. And this is money (debt was written off against guarantees and future orders) and power (the base in the region and Putin now plays a major role in the Syrian conflict, which obliges the United States and others to listen to Russia). What I wrote about. Even you admitted that it was not out of kindness of soul.

            Therefore, Russia also has a wallet on its mind and so on. However, there is nothing shameful in this fellow


            We’ll have less money on terror, we’ll learn ... Let’s play better in our sandbox with expensive toys than we’ll sponsor


            Believe me, one does not interfere with the other at all, and has never bothered them. And Russian weapons will also help them.



            By the way, how do the bearded and the IG in YOUR side “breathe”, with passion ??? I think yes!!


            So far they have not reached our borders. Although from Gaza their cells are already being fired by missiles, sometimes in Israel a couple of cells were opened. Well, if they get and climb, we’ll wet wassat
            1. Chertkov Oleg 12 November 2015 11: 10 New
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              So far they have not reached our borders. Although from Gaza their cells are already being fired by missiles, sometimes in Israel a couple of cells were opened. Well, if they get and climb, we’ll wet

              When did you last look at the map? AROUND you "black" all in one! Behind the Mediterranean Sea and somewhere there, well, very far Sponsor. And the Basmachis AROUND and your Sponsor, with the Saudis, “feed” them. Wrong? It looks strange, obviously so that the Middle East bowler always boils, with Israel inside, and what kind of “shurpa” comes out of this no one will say for sure. Even you.
              And Russian weapons will also help them.

              Who do they want? And by what, to whom?
              1. Wiski 12 November 2015 11: 30 New
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                When did you last look at the map?


                I start the morning by watching



                . And the Basmachis AROUND and your Sponsor, with the Saudis, “feed” them. Not right?


                Are right. Russia gives weapons to Iran - Iran is no less a sponsor of terror than Qatar and Saudi Arabia. And like Russia, this also does not interfere.

                Let's see the map around Israel. Lebanon. In Lebanon, Hezbollah terrorists are their sponsor, Iran.
                In Gaza, Hamas terrorists and Islamic Jihad are their sponsors from Qatar and Iran to Turkey.

                Qatar and Saudi also spend quite a lot of money on terror.

                Now Russia will sell arms to both Iran and Saudi Arabia and to whom else - and it will also add a lot to the pot.
                The United States is also adding more and more, I don’t argue with that.



                Who do they want? And by what, to whom?


                To them it is Saudi sponsor terror.

                What we learn later - for 10 lard you can buy a lot of things.


                "The king of Saudi Arabia, Salman ibn Abdel-Aziz al-Saud, may visit Moscow at the end of November and a package of contracts for the supply of up to $ 10 billion worth of Russian weapons to the kingdom is already being prepared for his visit," the publication said.
                1. Chertkov Oleg 12 November 2015 11: 38 New
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                  Now Russia will sell arms to both Iran and Saudi Arabia and to whom else - and it will also add a lot to the pot.

                  "The king of Saudi Arabia, Salman ibn Abdel-Aziz al-Saud, may visit Moscow at the end of November and a package of contracts for the supply of up to $ 10 billion worth of Russian weapons to the kingdom is already being prepared for his visit"

                  I don’t think that our planes, C-300 (because they are discussed in the media), etc. will appear at the IS and your opponents, not in the Mustafa cap. Such weapons are bought for "personal" use, as Bugatti for example. And small arms, anti-tank systems - determine now, who bought it and handed it over to someone? (Like Americanos and yours, dear). Russian weapons A lot of countries
                  buys.
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                    No one says that such systems will appear like airplanes, etc. They will continue to send their own (outdated, already unnecessary in connection with new purchases, etc. PTRK and so on, and they themselves will use high-quality purchases from the USA and Russia.
                    By the way, the systems are different, which Russia will supply, can secretly get into the USA for “inspection”.
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                      By the way, the systems are different, which Russia will supply, can secretly get into the USA for “inspection”.

                      That's why they sell "export" options, with the filling of "yesterday" or "the day before yesterday," or "legs and arms" are shorter. About "Caliber" and 300km I think everyone already understood. From the same opera:
                      TASS news agency reports that the first S-400 Triumph anti-aircraft missile systems will begin to arrive in China no earlier than 2017
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                  I start the morning by watching


                  But as with that book: I look, but I see a fig ...
              2. atalef 12 November 2015 22: 09 New
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                When did you last look at the map? AROUND you "black" all in one! Behind the Mediterranean Sea

                Is this something new?
                Quote: Oleg Chertkov
                And the Basmachis AROUND and your Sponsor, with the Saudis, “feed” them. Not right?

                Right and?
                Quote: Oleg Chertkov
                It looks strange, obviously, so that the Middle East bowler always boils, with Israel inside, and what kind of “shurpa” comes out of this no one will say for sure. Even you.

                And you wink
          2. Kaiten 13 November 2015 00: 25 New
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            The proverb about the broom from the rods I think is known, I will not repeat it.

            What a broom. Do you really think that the Central Asian countries are your ally? Even Without discussing the level of armies of these states, think about whether the soldiers of these armies will fight for you if most of the Russian population was expelled in these countries in the early 90s. You are a source of financial resources for them and nothing more.
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          And yet there is nevzlin, Khodorkovsky and other "descendants" And how many of these "descendants" are in Ukraine And all are few.
          1. atalef 12 November 2015 09: 40 New
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            And yet there is nevzlin, Khodorkovsky and other "descendants" And how many of these "descendants" are in Ukraine And all are few.

            Borya, what’s your flag of Iceland?
            1. Chertkov Oleg 12 November 2015 11: 23 New
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              Borya, what’s your flag of Iceland?

              I had a mattress flag for a year, so what? This distribution of IP addresses is stupid, but is Borya to blame? Young green-green pancake ...
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              Borya, what’s your flag of Iceland?

              No, ISrail lol
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          And for now we will have a base. Most such and on an ongoing basis). And it will cover the whole Middle East with a dome, to the "joy" of you and the Turks and other Basurmans from the Persian Gulf.
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        No, we are not like that, the main difference is that we are a subject and we decide who to help and whom to send through the forest. And Israel is only a receiver of help.
  • strelets 12 November 2015 06: 53 New
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    It's hard for the Americans to work in multitasking mode. This is not a multi-station weaver. All the time they jerk in different directions, they drive money in bags - and still they miss something.
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      We are waiting for when finally torn.
  • Major_Vortex 12 November 2015 07: 54 New
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    As long as there are Satanovsky, Wasserman and other less public, but no less wise Russian Jews in Russia, there can be no war between Russia and Israel. For some reason I have such a hunch. But the removal of tension between Israel and Iran would cool the situation in the region. In adolescence, boys often fight among themselves, and then become best friends. In politics, a little more complicated.
    1. andj61 12 November 2015 08: 21 New
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      As long as there are Satanovsky, Wasserman and other less public, but no less wise Russian Jews in Russia, there can be no war between Russia and Israel. For some reason I have such a hunch.

      In principle, there can be no war between Russia and Israel: we are far away, and there is nothing to divide.
      What surprises me is different: the same VO visitors support Assad and - at the same time! - Palestinian Arabs who hate this Assad with fierce hatred, and many of them fight against him with weapons in their hands as part of numerous gangs, including ISIS!
      There is some kind of gap in consciousness - in Syria they are bad, but the same scumbags in Palestine and Israel are good. This is simply impossible to understand!
      1. Alexander Romanov 12 November 2015 08: 27 New
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        There is some kind of gap in consciousness - in Syria they are bad, but the same scumbags in Palestine and Israel are good. This is simply impossible to understand!

        Do you like Jews? -No I hate them am
        And how do you feel about the Soviet government formed from the Jews in 1918? Is this the best government in history wassat
        There is no logic here and doctors are powerless recourse
      2. Major_Vortex 12 November 2015 08: 33 New
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        War can be between any states. It is a fallacy that Russia cannot be at war with Israel. Theoretically, everything is possible. Just in practice, the war with Israel for the Russians is something so incredible and distant that just thinking about it causes a condescending smile. I could give concrete examples of my words to make it clearer how this might come to this, but the moderator will ban. And as for the Arabs, I will say this, I talked with different for quite some time and I know many well: Arabs, like any other people are all different, and you should not cut them under one comb. Maybe two Muslim Arabs are your acquaintances, communicate in the same company, but both are direct opposites of each other both in character and intent.
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          Quote: Mayor_Vikhr
          War can be between any states. It is a fallacy that Russia cannot be at war with Israel. Theoretically, everything is possible. Just in practice, the war with Israel for the Russians is something so incredible and distant that just thinking about it causes a condescending smile.

          2 years ago, the thought of a war between Russia and Ukraine also caused a condescending smile. and now I somehow got sick of a smile. the same thing in the Middle East, it is not yet known how this thing will end, the United States still has a lot of aces up its sleeve, including allies in Israel. What will happen if the United States forces Israel to support a "moderate opposition" and strike at Assad’s army, and if our military also suffers "accidentally" ...
    2. Major_Vortex 12 November 2015 08: 23 New
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      Antisemite minus slapped. So my words are in the very essence.
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        Dear Major, when A Wasserman was asked who he was a Russian Jew or a Jew of Russian origin, he answered I was a product of Soviet education, when Comrade Mehlis headed the People’s Control Committee, they were surprised at what nationality he was, for some reason criminals of a certain nationality fell under the punishing hand. It is necessary to distinguish between a Jew and the state of Israel.
    3. Kaiten 13 November 2015 00: 29 New
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      relief of tensions between Israel and Iran would greatly relieve tension

      We are only for it, but the mullahs have no one to appoint then as the main enemy in the region. For 40 years, Israel has been the main bugbear of the region, and here you are friends. Iran will not do this.
  • Was mammoth 12 November 2015 09: 13 New
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    PS The map has interesting statistics on the fact that the United States from its budget in 2014, very modestly militarily (only about 4,2 million dollars) financed Ukraine. If this is true, then it turns out that the financing of the war in Donbass primarily came from "extrabudgetary" (for the USA) sources, one of which is the budget of Ukraine itself ...
    In reality, we will not know. And about Ukraine, and about the "map of the world." The USA has many "pockets". Where and where do they shift them from. Moreover, the lion's share of this money will remain in the United States. Business, however.
    The map is impressive. The geography of "vital US interests." Well, even Kazakhstan and Vietnam have not forgotten. But other "pockets" of the USA are not indicated. Let's say the money allocated to Palestine (yesterday there was only an article). The 2.1 billion green figure is announced. It turns out, equally, even to the Arabs, more. From the map, we can conclude that the fire in the Middle East does not abate thanks to the "firewood" from the United States.
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    1. Wiski 12 November 2015 11: 03 New
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      Schaub Wi Pace scratched inexplicably
    2. atalef 12 November 2015 22: 11 New
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      Atalef. Why do I have the flag of Iceland? And what about the Jews? It’s a mystery to Schaub. Schaub Pays scratched in incomprehensible ways. Maybe I'm in Dixie right now, you know what it is.

      Yes, even where, to me it is monographically.
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        Quote: Boris Zidkov
        Atalef. Why do I have the flag of Iceland? And what about the Jews? It’s a mystery to Schaub. Schaub Pays scratched in incomprehensible ways. Maybe I'm in Dixie right now, you know what it is.

        Yes, even where, to me it is monographically.

        Actually, Alexander, the expression “monopenisual” was adopted in my youth - it seems to sound better, although the meaning is the same. drinks
        And Dixie is called the southern US states that were part of the Confederation. But why Boris said this is not clear! Boasted something? what
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          Actually, Alexander, the expression “monopenisual” was adopted in my youth - it seems to sound better, although the meaning is the same.

          Hi Andrey, you know my literacy, I’ve been a prisoner of Zion for 25 years + dislect.

          Quote: andj61
          And Dixie is called the southern US states that were part of the Confederation. But why Boris said this is not clear! Boasted something

          probably hoped to envy? wink
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          Boasted something?

          Probably competes with local Mexican guest workers. This is the pinnacle of a career.
  • marinier 12 November 2015 11: 25 New
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    US aid makes up less than 20% of Israel’s military budget. In addition, the information presented is somewhat one-sided. Formally, Israel receives $ 3.1 billion from America, but South Korea doesn’t. In fact, it should be borne in mind that in Israel there are no and there were no American troops, and the content of the American? Limited contingent? South Korea costs the United States more than 6 billion a year. So who is the de facto largest recipient of US aid?

    In fact, Priamaia, indirectly, military assistance (the term of your choice) is used by the two-digit number of billions, you yourself know which dalars.
    + No one ever has a secret about Germany’s participation in the modernization of your
    Fleet for Symbols4eskuu amount.
    Not secreted by money infusion
    And also targeted infusion of separate countries.

    P.S. ? Not sick of God-nasty Beatyrades around the World with outstretched hand?
    Or is it your national 4ert? ?!
    1. voyaka uh 12 November 2015 12: 00 New
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      We thank everyone who helped us.
      at different times:
      USSR for voting at the UN for recognition of the formation of Israel, drinks
      Czechoslovakia for helping arms in the 40-50s, drinks
      France for helping arms in the years 50-60, drinks
      America for helping arms now. drinks

      We are not shy about getting help. We are fast and successful.
      We are developing economically, despite a very unpleasant environment
      Islamists of all stripes. Come visit to bask in the sun fellow
      1. but still 12 November 2015 13: 11 New
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        Come visit to bask in the sun fellow


        Quickly navigate the situation after the Russian tourist flow to Egypt has been covered.

        Israel is ready to pay 45 euros for each Russian: just fly

        A delegation of the Israeli Ministry of Tourism arrived in Moscow to negotiate with Russian tour operators and the Association of Russian Tour Operators (ATOR), Kommersant reports.

        Israeli authorities are ready to subsidize charter flights to Eilat and the resorts of the Dead Sea: this, according to the publication, said the representative of the Israeli Ministry of Tourism Neta Peleg Briskin. According to her, the ministry is ready to pay € 45 for each tourist who arrives on a charter flight.


        But even in spite of your high prices and low service, the terrorist attacks have not subsided for 2 months - every day ... And there are days when and several times a day ... And shellings from the south happen ... This, of course, Well done, what do you manage to increase American assistance, but when finally agree with the Arabs and stop the eternal war? what
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          A delegation of the Israeli Ministry of Tourism arrived in Moscow to negotiate with Russian tour operators and the Association of Russian Tour Operators (ATOR), Kommersant reports.
          Israeli authorities are ready to subsidize charter flights to Eilat and the resorts of the Dead Sea: this, according to the publication, said the representative of the Israeli Ministry of Tourism Neta Peleg Briskin. According to her, the ministry is ready to pay € 45 for each tourist who arrives on a charter flight.

          By the way, there was information that Israel urgently invests in Russia two million dollars to advertise its resorts instead of Egypt, which after one well-known case were "closed" to our tourists.
          It is worth thinking.
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            Quote: quilted jacket

            By the way, there was information that Israel urgently invests in Russia two million dollars to advertise its resorts instead of Egypt, which after one well-known case were "closed" to our tourists.
            It is worth thinking.


            Yes, it's worth considering. Here are quotes from today's news in the Israeli Russian-language media:

            12.11.2015 15:47 Photo: Reuters 8 comments
            Eilat attack recognized as terrorist attack

            An Arab who attacked a 40-year-old woman in Eilat with a knife two weeks ago acted out of nationalist motives. This was announced today, November 12, by the General Security Service (SHABAK). "
    2. Wiski 12 November 2015 12: 35 New
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      Do not envy. The size of our country and our environment do not allow to show off.
      If Germany is ready to pay 1/3 of the cost of submarines - thanks to her.
      If the US is willing to pay for LCDs, thanks to them.
      Why should we complicate our lives and throw out money if there are those who are ready to help?

      Moreover, the contract is beneficial to the Germans because it gives a large order to shipyards in Kiel. The United States, too, as their defense industry is working.

      It would be a shame for large countries and huge economies such as China, Russia, the United States to receive assistance.

      But little Israel is not ashamed to receive help. fellow
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        Truly so.
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      you have national 4aerta

      What is this language, explain to me. Or did the language reform go through again in Russia?
  • marinier 12 November 2015 12: 12 New
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    Yeah! let me tell you something when I was a junior security officer in
    one of the embassies of countries near the east. Somehow we were invited to a lecture by one
    peyzana patriot, who had the first daze u4enuu degree. After 4ti 40 minutes,
    tedious bleigh on the global threat of O.O. Palestine, and how Mr. Israel
    opposes eto-mu, he passed to a request
    ask questions. Then I posstivililos asked the first question. And Ia rubanul,
    what kind of threat does O.O.P. represent to my country, and which specifically
    A case of hostility prevented Israel against my country.
    The clever-headed one didn’t get confused and predicted they would ask the next question,
    and he formulated mine as follows: Your question requires wide coverage in the compartment
    of hostile encroachment of Mr. Israel: Doesn’t I not 4ert didn’t understand, but you ???
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      I do not understand what you wrote at all laughing
      1. Kaiten 13 November 2015 00: 39 New
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        I do not understand what you wrote at all

        It looks like they introduced new writing rules. Soon, TV announcers will also say the same thing: "dukhuh tauvarichi, we conceive the prohram of Vrema."
  • v.yegorov 12 November 2015 12: 45 New
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    So, al-Sisi does not want to eat from the hands of the States. Well, a rejoicing phenomenon. we
    not so alone in this world.
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      By the way, using the example of neighboring Egypt, we perfectly see how aggressive Israel is.
      Egypt spends out of 3,1 billion US aid to arms only 1,4 billion dollars and 1,7 billion dollars on the economy, that is, on ordinary citizens of the country. Israel, on the other hand, spends all the money provided by the United States with the same 3,1 billion dollars for the acquisition of murder weapons.
      And after that, someone else will doubt that Israel is an extremely aggressive state whose whole policy is aimed at the destruction of neighbors and it is quite possible to support terrorism throughout the region.
      1. Wiski 12 November 2015 13: 22 New
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        Given that Israel has a lot more aggressive neighbors than Egypt, to say the least.
        Given that all wars began with the desire of the Arabs to destroy Israel.
        Given that Israel is in no way going to destroy its neighbors anywhere and has never made territorial claims against any Arab country. Unlike the Arab countries that still want to throw Israel into the sea.
        Given that Israel in FIG does not need more Arabs in their country.
        Given that terrorism is supported throughout the region by Iran (including mostly around Israel), Qatar and Saudi Arabia. Yes, and Turkey there too.

        Then all your scribble is complete bullshit tongue
        1. but still 12 November 2015 13: 46 New
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          Then all your scribble is complete bullshit tongue


          Yeah, all your neighbors are so bad, and you shine with whiteness and fluffiness. Here you are swaggering, and you have endless war and attacks every day since September. Do you know such concepts as "negotiations" and "compromises" in general? You’ll play around as much as you like, only your compatriots massively dump into Canada and other countries - obviously they’re tired of all the endless fuss in your country.
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            Yeah, all your neighbors are so bad, and you shine with whiteness and fluffiness.


            Yes. The bad ones are that they are not happy with the existence of a Jewish state.


            and you have endless war and terrorist attacks every day since September. Do you know such concepts as "negotiations" and "compromises" in general?


            Have you agreed with terrorists in the North Caucasus? Judging by the reports there are still terrorist attacks and people are dying.
            So we do not want to negotiate with terrorists or those who do not want the real world and even refuse to recognize Israel as a Jewish state.

            You gave the Kuril Islands? How are you doing with compromises?
            Or maybe their Crimea left? Russia considers Crimea its, Israel considers Jerusalem its. More than 100 countries at the UN did not recognize the right of Russia to Crimea, and not much less countries do not recognize the right of Israel to Jerusalem. And it doesn’t matter what arguments are here - I'm talking about the real situation.
            Will Russia compromise? I don’t think so.

            They tried to destroy Israel many times. Jerusalem is the capital of Israel. Israel proposed compromises - 90% of the territory of Judea and Samaria - live and rejoice. That Arabs do not go and never compromised. Israel at one time made a compromise on its own head - recognized Palestinian autonomy, gave the PLO leaders the power, etc. And the answer is only terrorist attacks.


            Arabs do not want any state there, their goal is to destroy Israel and the Palestinians are convenient for that. Arafat refused our prime minister that he wanted to share Jerusalem. Everyone understands - the goal is different for the Arabs and the Palestinians are just a way to achieve it. What will happen after the creation of the state of you? This will be the next Muslim state, poor and unnecessary, to which Arabs will rush from camps in other countries. In the meantime, there is a conflict, there is a total theft of funds that Palestinians are going to, no need to think about economic development and what to do with millions of refugees.


            only now your compatriots are massively dumping into Canada and other countries - obviously they are already tired of all the endless fuss in your country.


            And how many of you are leaving Russia?
            People always ride.

            According to data published recently by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), expatriation from elite club countries has become extremely common, and citizens of prosperous Britain have become champions in moving to other states.
            The famous French economic publication Les Echos recently brought OECD statistics for 2010-11, according to which 4 million Britons live in 33 countries of the organization. In second place are the Germans: 3,6 million German citizens lived by 2011 outside its borders. According to the World Bank in 2013, from 4,5 to 5,5 million Britons, or 7% -8% of the country's population, lived outside the UK. According to WB statistics, the most British in Australia are 1,277 million.
            There are more British expatriates in 33 OECD countries than migrants from China and India. Most of all, this applies to graduates: they make up 1,5 million of the 4 million expatriates. The British are dispersed primarily in English-speaking countries. First of all, in the USA, Australia, Canada, New Zealand.

            This kind of migration has long been common in the developed world.
            1. padded jacket 12 November 2015 14: 12 New
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              no fewer countries recognize Israel’s right to Jerusalem.

              Not one country in the world has recognized the right of Israel to East Jerusalem at all, and no one recognizes the current borders of your "state" so calm down and lie lesslaughing
              1. Wiski 12 November 2015 15: 07 New
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                Then I made a mistake. But I think the meaning is clear.
                Lie it on your part. negative


                Resolution of the UN General Assembly A / RES / 68/262 on the territorial integrity of Ukraine - a document adopted on March 27, 2014 as a result of an open vote at the 80th plenary meeting of the 68th session of the UN General Assembly. According to the resolution, the UN General Assembly confirms the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine in its internationally recognized borders and does not recognize the legality of any change in the status of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea or the city of Sevastopol,


                Only the resolution was against - Armenia, Belarus, Bolivia, Venezuela, Zimbabwe, North Korea, Cuba, Nicaragua, Russia, Syria, Sudan.


                100 countries supported, 58 abstained.

                However, Russia doesn’t care much and Israel shouldn’t worry either.
                1. but still 12 November 2015 15: 22 New
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                  Then I made a mistake. But I think the meaning is clear.
                  Lie it on your part. negative


                  Resolution of the UN General Assembly A / RES / 68/262 on the territorial integrity of Ukraine - a document adopted on March 27, 2014 as a result of an open vote at the 80th plenary meeting of the 68th session of the UN General Assembly. According to the resolution, the UN General Assembly confirms the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine in its internationally recognized borders and does not recognize the legality of any change in the status of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea or the city of Sevastopol,


                  Only the resolution was against - Armenia, Belarus, Bolivia, Venezuela, Zimbabwe, North Korea, Cuba, Nicaragua, Russia, Syria, Sudan.


                  100 countries supported, 58 abstained.

                  However, Russia doesn’t care much and Israel shouldn’t worry either.


                  laughing 58 countries abstained, i.e. NOT SUPPORTED! And of the supporters - 28 EU countries (under common management, we can say that this is ONE country smile, under pressure from the United States) and traditional allies such as Canada, Australia and New Zealand. So the results of this UN resolution can be read as follows:
                  Of 198 nations FOR - 100, NOT supported - 98 (almost half!). And if you consider the EU as a whole, then supported 73, NOT supported 98 wink

                  But occupation is considered occupation by absolutely all countries in the world. Even your sponsor is USA.
                  1. Doctorleg 12 November 2015 15: 34 New
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                    You can take it as you like - Armenia and Belarus - this is one country with Russia, Venezuela, Cuba, Nicaragua, Syria - are very dependent on Russia, etc. And finally, 58 abstentions were NOT AGAINST the resolution. T.O. Not AGAINST the resolution were 158 countries. Do you like it better? In general, if a person abstained, it means that he does not have a position on this issue.
            2. but still 12 November 2015 14: 47 New
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              Wiski IL, listen, even your sponsor, USA, for resolving the problem within 67 g. And for two states for two nations. They also do not recognize Jerusalem, not only as the capital, but also as part of your country (Israel refuses to write Israel in the birth certificates in Jerusalem in the USA). Well WHO, WHICH country considers your country to be right? request And every day delaying solving problems costs you a lot. Today, for example, the EU parliament voted to label products manufactured in the territories. And your country is losing part of the secular, educated population, who are tired of endless warfare and an incomprehensible perspective for children. So it’s better to take off your pink glasses and don’t try to wear them on others.
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                Wiski IL, listen, even your sponsor, USA, for resolving the problem within 67 g. And for two states for two nations. They also do not recognize Jerusalem, not only as the capital, but also as part of your country (Israel refuses to write Israel in the birth certificates in Jerusalem in the USA). Well WHO, WHICH country considers your country to be right? request And every day delaying solving problems costs you a lot. Today, for example, the EU parliament voted to label products manufactured in the territories. And your country is losing part of the secular, educated population, who are tired of endless warfare and an incomprehensible perspective for children. So it’s better to take off your pink glasses and don’t try to wear them on others.

                As far as I understand, the comrades from Israel also have the problem that the Arabs themselves are not ready for a compromise. All or nothing is their slogan. Lead in 48, they started the war, the formation of 2 states did not suit. and since then the position has not changed
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                  As far as I understand, the comrades from Israel also have the problem that the Arabs themselves are not ready for a compromise. All or nothing is their slogan. Lead in 48, they started the war, the formation of 2 states did not suit. and since then the position has not changed


                  According to Ilan Pappe:

                  In a letter to his son in 1937, David Ben-Gurion wrote: “The Arabs will have to leave, but a moment is needed at which it will be possible to do this, for example, war” [24]
                  Yosef Weitz, director of the land department of the Jewish National Fund, wrote in his diary: “Our right to arrange a transfer to the Arabs. Arabs must leave! ”[25]. “Is it now time to get rid of them? Why continue to keep these thorns among us at a time when they are dangerous for us? ”[26] According to Morris [27] and Pappe, Weitz became one of three members of the secret“ transfer committee ”formed by the Yishuv government.
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                Wiski IL, listen, even your sponsor, USA, for resolving the problem within 67 g. And for two states for two nations. They also do not recognize Jerusalem, not only as the capital, but also as part of your country (Israel refuses to write Israel in the birth certificates in Jerusalem in the USA). Well WHO, WHICH country considers your country to be right? request And every day delaying solving problems costs you a lot. Today, for example, the EU parliament voted to label products manufactured in the territories. And your country is losing part of the secular, educated population, who are tired of endless warfare and an incomprehensible perspective for children. So it’s better to take off your pink glasses and don’t try to wear them on others.


                It seems everything is logical ... that's just ... what

                The numbers say the opposite, from year to year, general indicators (GDP, HDI, economics, external investments in the economy, manufacturing, science, technology, living standards, fertility among the Jewish population, etc.) Israel steadily and steadily grow ... how do you explain this? request
                (again ... are you to blame? lol )
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                  It seems everything is logical ... that's just ... what

                  The numbers say the opposite, from year to year, general indicators (GDP, HDI, economics, external investments in the economy, manufacturing, science, technology, living standards, fertility among the Jewish population, etc.) of Israel are growing steadily and steadily ... how are you explain? request
                  (again ... are you to blame? lol)


                  GDP, investments, etc .... - where and what are they going to ... Let's look at the average Israeli salary WHAT you can buy. Israel is considered a highly developed democratic country - on a par with the developed countries of the West, right? So, if we compare the average salaries and prices for food and goods in the countries of the West and Israel, we will see that in Israel the cost of food is higher, the cost of real estate is prohibitively higher, the cost of cars too. So the standard of living for this indicator in Israel is lower than in Western countries, where Israel ranks itself. When the EU and Israel signed the Open Skies agreement, the Israeli civil aviation monopolists heartbrokenly howled, protested ... And then foreign competitors appeared and airfare dropped significantly, which for the residents of Israel, of course, was a plus.
                  Science and technology are very dependent on the same Western countries that provide Israel with numerous grants. What is the howl about the EU Horizon program?
                  Fertility in Israel thanks to religious communities that are projected to make up the majority of the Israeli population in the near future. And as everyone knows, many representatives of these communities refuse to serve in the army and prefer a religious education, which is not competitive in the labor market. Well, still the repatriates from tattered Ukraine are still traveling ... But secular ones, especially “Rusim”, having taken a sip of the complete happiness of the repatriation of the 90s, looks to the West. In recent years, about 40% of Canada’s new residents are Israelis. So the picture is not pink.
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          2. Kaiten 13 November 2015 00: 48 New
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            terrorist attacks every day since September.

            And you have had one, only one terrorist attack since the beginning of September, but you died more at a time than ours. So that your situation is no better than us. The war is on, understand. Ordinary world war.
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              And you have had one, only one terrorist attack since the beginning of September, but you died more at a time than ours. So that your situation is no better than us. The war is on, understand. Ordinary world war.


              I'm not writing here under the Russian flag. I identify with Bulgaria. Terrorist attacks in Russia, and in France, and in Africa, and in Afghanistan, and in the Middle East - all the results of the policies of the countries of the "Great Forces", who measure the coolest in geopolitics. When did Muslims begin to ramp up terrorist attacks? Who provoked them? It was in Afghanistan, then Iraq, Libya, Syria ... and even earlier ...? Who, where and when, began to carry out terrorist attacks? And why?
        2. padded jacket 12 November 2015 14: 05 New
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          Given that Israel has a lot more aggressive neighbors

          And what kind of aggressive neighbors do you have?
          You yourself constantly repeat with Egypt that you have a peace treaty with Jordan, the same peace treaty. Hezbollah and Hamas remain so you say - yes we’ll fight them with one left, they’re not our opponents at all, and the other Syria’s neighbor has been at war for almost five years and is on the verge of collapse lol
          So why do you have a lot of money on weapons there?
          So there are only two options left
          1) you are extremely aggressive and are trying to achieve military superiority over all neighbors for their further destruction in order to seize their land and expel their population, as you did with Palestine earlier.
          2) you are financing terrorism throughout the region with the same ultimate goal of seizing the lands of other peoples, destroying or evicting their population, and declaring these territories your own.
          But rather both.
          Quote: Wiski
          Qatar and Saudi Arabia. Yes, and Turkey there too.

          Saudi students instructed at the Israeli embassy in Washington
          Of particular concern in the letter of August 14, 2008, the fact that Saudi students, as well as a number of students from other Gulf countries, visited the Israeli embassy in Washington as part of a program of young leaders.
          http://cursorinfo.co.il/news/novosti1/2015/06/20/saudovskie-studenti-hodili-na-i
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          And with Turkey, Israel was a great friend and an ally for it even modernized the tanks, that is, it transferred military technology and your relations deteriorated only after Israel killed 20 (?) Turks capturing a convoy of the world that was going with a load of food, medicine and building materials to Gaza in the time when Israel carried out its blockade to break the will of its population.
          So all your excuses for your aggressive and xenophobic state are one solid - a lie.
          1. Wiski 12 November 2015 14: 22 New
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            Stupid anti-Semitic nonsense I did not read.
            However, I already wrote above as a matter of fact.

            Iran - Syria - Hezbollah - a terrorist group. Iran sponsors terror, and now after lifting the sanction it will do it even more.

            Again, about aggressively you wrote nonsense. Israel does not threaten anyone if it does not threaten him and has never tried and had no claims to foreign territory.

            Israel has enough security problems and the money that it spends is quite normal for the current situation. Israel does not finance terrorism - this is pure lies, like all that you wrote in your silly writings.

            Russia itself intends to supply Saudi Arabia with 10 billion, despite the fact that Saudi terrorist acts against Russia, etc.

            Israel has a difficult relationship with Turkey. While it was a more secular and adequate state, like Iran at the time, it had very good relations, then Islamism and radicalism and relations got worse in Turkey.


            after Israel killed 20 (?) Turks capturing a convoy of the world that was going with a load of food, medicine and building materials to Gaza at that time


            Israel shot 9 Turks when a “peace ship” met them with weapons - iron rods, knives, etc., and then I remember the Palestinians complaining that most of the garbage was brought from this convoy - cement that is no longer suitable for use and expired medicines .


            In general, you lie and do not blush
            1. padded jacket 12 November 2015 14: 47 New
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              Quote: Wiski
              Iran - Syria - Hezbollah - terrorist group

              Or maybe just terrorism is financed by the axis-USA-Israel-CA-Qatar-Turkey?
              Quote: Wiski
              Again, about aggressively you wrote nonsense. Israel does not threaten anyone if it does not threaten him and has never tried and had no claims to foreign territory.

              Of course, of course, all Arabs are the inhabitants of Palestine occupied by you and other inhabitants of the planet Earth - they believe you lol
              Quote: Wiski
              Israel has enough security problems and the money that it spends is quite normal for the current situation. Israel does not finance terrorism - this is pure lies, like all that you wrote in your silly writings.

              But the UN claims that you repeatedly transmitted unknown materials and treated militants from various gang groups.
              Quote: Wiski
              Russia itself intends to supply Saudi Arabia with 10 billion, despite the fact that Saudi terrorist acts against Russia, etc.

              Already delivered? Or is it another invention of various storytellers?
              Quote: Wiski
              Israel has a difficult relationship with Turkey, while it was a more secular and adequate state,

              Stop lying, you upgraded their tanks when Erdogan and his Islamist party were in power there, but that didn’t interfere with Israel, and now Erdogan and the same party are there.
              You don’t care whom to help at least terrorists, at least killer maniacs, at least various fanatics, if you could get an extra dollar, shekel, euro.
              Quote: Wiski
              Israel shot 9 Turks when a "peace ship" met them with weapons - iron rods, knives and other things

              Well, I won’t check about 9 Turks for a long time; let it be.
              Weapons - pieces of pipe trimming fittings and penknives against pistol guns and a helicopter that Israeli special forces brutally killed?
              Quote: Wiski
              and when later I still remember the Palestinians complained that most of the garbage was brought on this convoy - cement, which is no longer suitable for use and expired medicines.

              Yes-yes-hell, but how could they have escorted the gas if Israel captured it and brutally killed some of the people who accompanied it?
              And I will answer you, Israel itself towed the captured ships of the flotilla to its port where they stood under the sun for almost six months, naturally all that they had on it and food and medicine and some building materials became worthless.
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                Weapons - pieces of pipe trimming fittings and penknives against pistol guns and a helicopter that Israeli special forces brutally killed?


                There is a video from which everyone can conclude their own thought. (Abbyna huh? lol )

          2. Wiski 12 November 2015 14: 26 New
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            That's the way what I wrote

            According to the department for the reception and sorting of humanitarian aid under the Ministry of Health of the Gaza Strip, about 70% of the medicines delivered by peacekeepers are to be disposed of because their expiration date has expired. Munir Albarash, the head of this department, notes that the shelf life of the drugs ended a few months ago.

            According to him, hundreds of thousands of vaccines against swine flu were delivered to Europe from Gaza, but after testing it turned out that the vaccine could not be used.

            However, the top of cynicism, Munir Albarash considers sending thousands of shrouds for the dead under the guise of medicines.

            The Palestinian Ministry of Health notes that the Turkish ship Mavi Marmara delivered the most garbage to Gaza.


            In addition to expired drugs, tons of construction materials that were not to be used were delivered to Gaza. In particular, the shelf life of building cement expired 15 years ago.

            Gaza authorities have faced a serious problem with the disposal of humanitarian aid. Some of the drugs are burned, some are buried in landfills, which causes serious concern among ecologists. According to them, the burial of chemicals poses a threat to the environment, and also endangers the population.

            Palestinian officials are outraged, blaming European humanitarian organizations for deliberately turning Gaza into a landfill. According to them, the Europeans used the "peacekeeping flotilla" in order to free their warehouses from stale goods under a plausible pretext.



            Regarding Saudi Arabia, Israel most likely has common interests with it in terms of reducing the influence of Iran, which pays terror against Israel and supplies weapons to terrorists.
            A common enemy unites.
            Russia, too, with the United States is working together on many issues, like so many others. But this does not mean that the countries themselves have a good relationship.
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              Regarding Saudi Arabia, Israel most likely has common interests with it in terms of reducing Iran’s influence

              C'mon don't be so upset smile Israel has long been known to have common interests with many countries supporting terrorism lol
              Quote: Wiski
              Russia, too, with the United States is working together on many issues, like so many others.

              Well, we can not be a model of democracy and equality of all peoples like Israel smile
              Although you can recall the 90s when advisers from the United States openly walked around the Kremlin and opened the doors with their feet. This is not good for our country, it has only led to the theft of everything that our grandfathers and fathers created.
              Quote: Wiski
              A common enemy unites.

              Something is doubtful that the IG is an enemy for the United States; rather, it is only a tool in its hands.
              Quote: Wiski
              According to them, the Europeans used the "peacekeeping flotilla" in order to free their warehouses from stale goods under a plausible pretext.

              You see, the "evil" Europeans are to blame for everything lol
              And good Israel you think, he shot the participants of the convoy - what nonsense, after all, these are not people like Arabs and Turks.
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                Thank you. Vatnik learned a lot about God's chosen atisemites.
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                only to plunder everything that our grandfathers and fathers created.


                Herr Reichsminister, you are cunning personally yours the ancestors were not involved in the history of the Russian people, the Russian man was brought up in a slightly different way.
                And you ... remind me of someone with your syllable ... hmm ... what
                1. andj61 13 November 2015 07: 49 New
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                  Herr Reichsminister, you are disingenuous, your ancestors personally are not involved in the history of the Russian people, the Russian people are brought up in a slightly different way.

                  good That's it - to the point! The forum users posted photos of a quilted jacket - he really has nothing to do with Russians, although his grandfathers are undoubtedly related to our history. He is Azerbaijani.
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            Quote: quilted jacket
            Quote: Wiski
            Given that Israel has a lot more aggressive neighbors

            And what kind of aggressive neighbors do you have?
            You yourself constantly repeat with Egypt that you have a peace treaty with Jordan, the same peace treaty. Hezbollah and Hamas remain so you say - yes we’ll fight them with one left, they’re not our opponents at all, and the other Syria’s neighbor has been at war for almost five years and is on the verge of collapse lol
            So why do you have a lot of money on weapons there?
            So there are only two options left
            1) you are extremely aggressive and are trying to achieve military superiority over all neighbors for their further destruction in order to seize their land and expel their population, as you did with Palestine earlier.
            2) you are financing terrorism throughout the region with the same ultimate goal of seizing the lands of other peoples, destroying or evicting their population, and declaring these territories your own.
            But rather both.
            Quote: Wiski
            Qatar and Saudi Arabia. Yes, and Turkey there too.

            Saudi students instructed at the Israeli embassy in Washington
            Of particular concern in the letter of August 14, 2008, the fact that Saudi students, as well as a number of students from other Gulf countries, visited the Israeli embassy in Washington as part of a program of young leaders.
            http://cursorinfo.co.il/news/novosti1/2015/06/20/saudovskie-studenti-hodili-na-i

            nstruktazh-v-izrailskoe-posolstvo-v-vashingtone- /
            And with Turkey, Israel was a great friend and an ally for it even modernized the tanks, that is, it transferred military technology and your relations deteriorated only after Israel killed 20 (?) Turks capturing a convoy of the world that was going with a load of food, medicine and building materials to Gaza in the time when Israel carried out its blockade to break the will of its population.
            So all your excuses for your aggressive and xenophobic state are one solid - a lie.


            I see Herr Reichsminister today in shock. fellow
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    Sanya take a look at what topic. Wang Kim didn’t have much left if his people began to sing these songs laughing

    This is Kim and sings laughing Really Kim, only Jeanne Kim, from Uzbekistan. Here is the clip before re-dubbing.
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      Really Kim, only Jeanne Kim, from Uzbekistan. Here is the clip before re-dubbing.

      She sings in Korean
      Clip Tsoi Korean group show?
  • Megatron 12 November 2015 15: 23 New
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    I think we just need to understand and forgive the Jews. How is that why?
    Well, look - as they rightly said here, the circle is black and black, and the Black Lord is far away. In addition, in the future it is not clear how the card will lie down, the Lord may turn away, bogged down in a global mess, for example, of the Pacific region. And then, all these Arabs, not to mention the palaces, will remember their grievances, and even peace-loving Egypt, with American weapons strictly observing the treaties, will become completely different. And then there is Iran, which has risen from the captivity of sanctions, pumped up by Russian weapons.

    And run, run, proud Yehudi, flashing heels and bare buttocks. And again, "former compatriots" will become "native Russian people." I don’t know what Vysotsky sang about “our people” there, he never was and never will be ours.

    We have nothing to do with those of that Motherland where the train is warm.
    1. Ahmed 13 November 2015 02: 40 New
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      And again, "former compatriots" will become "native Russian people" ...


      I don’t think they will be welcomed by a dozen more countries from Australia and Canada, to Argentina and Brazil. request

      Your "former compatriots" are already pensioners, basically, even to the "total cubicle" (which we won’t realize in the next 30 years, physically) they will not survive banally, and their children will not become "primordially Russian", they don’t even have Russian passports (Yes, and there will be whether Russia in 30 years in its current form? Putin will appoint Kadyrov as the successor ... and that’s all, Islam.). request

      But apparently you find a masochistic thrill in anticipation of their hypothetical arrival. lol
      Well, dreaming (even perverted dreams) is not forbidden. lol
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    1. Megatron 12 November 2015 19: 16 New
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      Well, as Borisses used to become Boruhs and moved, then they will begin to mimic back.

      http://topwar.ru/78259-putina-poprosili-dat-vozmozhnost-vernutsya-desyatkam-tysy
      ach-evreev-emigrirovavshim-v-90-ev-izrail.html

      Here, check it out if you haven’t read it yet. And this is just the first bell.
      My previous post - blue-white-stellate has already begun to zealously diligently.
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      Quote: Boris Zidkov
      They will become "primordially Russian people" That is, they will change their name and passport. A portrait? That is, their faces will also be changed. What Semitic?


      Not at all, there are some more Pobol Jews who want to come to you for permanent residence ... no
      1. Megatron 13 November 2015 10: 36 New
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        Rather, these pictures are relevant for your Germany, a sea of ​​monkeys gushing across the border, to the great joy of the Bundescan Chancellor, who kisses in the same black Lord. So soon you Germans will find yourself in a position of outcasts in your own country, and don’t need la-la to me here about masochism. laughing
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        So they basically want to come to you in Europe. How many have already arrived in Germany, 800 or more? And they also go to the Jews in Israel, the Israelis treat and pity them. This is only byaka asadka in collusion with the bad Iran and Russia, they are offended.
  • demo 12 November 2015 16: 52 New
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    Yes, it doesn’t matter who Washington invests in, the essence is different.
    I read it, I wanted to crack it on my computer.

    In August, the Bank of Russia continued active purchases of US government bonds. Over the month, the volume of investments by the Central Bank in American debt grew by $ 7,8 billion - up to $ 89,9 billion, follows from data released on Friday by the US Treasury.
    Purchases in record volumes for a year and a half continue for the second month in a row - in July and August Russia invested $ 17,9 billion in the American economy. In terms of the ruble exchange rate, the amount of investments amounted to 519 billion rubles in August and 575 billion rubles in September.
    As a result, the purchase of American bonds for the second consecutive month leaves an amount equal to half of the federal budget revenues (1,162 trillion rubles in August and 1,173 trillion rubles in September).
    The volume of investments in the US public debt in August was 3,2 times higher than budget expenditures for supporting the national economy (163 billion rubles), 1,6 times higher than expenses for social welfare of citizens (316 billion rubles), 7,1 times higher than expenses for healthcare (24,2 billion rubles), 12 times - education costs (19,4 billion rubles), 79 times - investments in housing and communal services (6,56 rubles) and 865 times - environmental costs (0,6 billion rubles).
    The Central Bank of the Russian Federation resumed buying up US government bonds in May - after it launched a program to purchase foreign currency on the Russian market. By the end of summer, Russian investments in American debt grew by $ 23,4 billion, which allowed the Russian Federation to rise from 22nd to 15th place in the list of the largest US creditors.
    As a result, the entire currency received by the Russian Federation from oil and gas exports ($ 21,4 billion for the third quarter) was spent on the purchase of bonds.
    At this rate, Russia did not invest in American debt, even in the "fat" years: for comparison, securities worth $ 2010 billion were bought for the whole of 26,8, $ 2007 billion in 24,2, and $ 2011 billion in 10,2.
    Russia continues to buy, despite the fact that other countries are carefully dumping American papers. Compared with January, the volume of investments by central banks and sovereign funds in treasury bonds fell by $ 120 billion - to $ 6,098 trillion at the end of August.
    The largest sellers were primarily Chinese state funds, which bought securities through Belgian accounts of the Euroclear clearing system - since the beginning of the year they have withdrawn $ 243 billion from the US debt (16% of total investments), of which $ 97 billion over the past two months.
    http://www.finanz.ru/novosti/obligatsii/cb-vlozhil-v-gosobligacii-ssha-polovinu-
    byudzheta-rossii-1000864730? utm_source = news.mail.ru
    In business.
    And here we are discussing crap.
  • Earnest 12 November 2015 19: 35 New
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    Really Kim, only Jeanne Kim, from Uzbekistan. Here is the clip before re-dubbing.

    She sings in Korean
    Clip Tsoi Korean group show?

    I somehow wrote wrong? Like "Kim sings, but not in Korean?"
    Then rewrite. Kim is singing. Jeanne Kim. From Uzbekistan. In Korean. laughing
    But for the dynasty of Korean leaders of the north, the clip “We are waiting for change” would be more dangerous. Remember how he started, and we waited? crying
  • chikod 12 November 2015 20: 07 New
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    So, if you believe the report of the American administration, it turns out that in the 2014 year, Washington from the state budget sent 35 billion dollars to finance the military component of foreign countries (attention!). For comparison, this is about half of the Russian military budget.


    This is not true. http://howmuch.net everything is written clearly and the author intentionally distorts the information. 35 billion is not financing of the military component of foreign states, but the entire amount financing of everything in other states. Of these, 5.9 billion military component.
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  • Wert 13 November 2015 13: 21 New
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    It turns out that Israel is a dear, in the literal sense of the word, kept woman. It’s interesting, and if something happens to the big dad (USA), then who is this Middle Eastern baby going to suck?
  • Wert 13 November 2015 13: 31 New
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    Of course, it’s “fun” with you - to live in a besieged fortress is still a pleasure.)
    1. miru mir 13 November 2015 13: 44 New
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      You cheated laughing
      1. Wert 13 November 2015 13: 51 New
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        Not, but it is understandable that there is a connection with the world, but go for a walk with your relatives - the Semites and Arabs living in the neighborhood.)
        1. miru mir 13 November 2015 14: 33 New
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          For the sake of objectivity, I note the Semites and Arabs are not my relatives laughing And I visited the Arabs' neighbors more than once, including on friendly visits. Last year, he climbed further into Morocco, to be honest, he was not impressed.
          But I understood your promise. But it doesn’t make you think that now, let’s say in the gas, an Israeli can be reached only by order, and the FILYSTINS come to Israel in droves. Work, be treated ...
          1. Wert 13 November 2015 14: 50 New
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            Apparently not only to work and be treated, like they attack with knives and engage in self-explosions or am I mistaken?
            Yes, and I found one link
            http://pronedra.ru/war/2015/10/10/izraili-oruzhie-obostrenie-obstanovki/
            "08:18 / 10.10.2015 The head of the Ministry of Defense of Israel Moshe Yaalon advised all citizens of the state who received the right to carry weapons, not to leave home without it."
            And even there was a suspicion that most of those who come to you "work and get treated" in the shower really "love you". Those. you are not even sure and afraid of those whom you have already checked and let in (let in). There you have a hostile environment and here you have a besieged fortress.
            1. miru mir 13 November 2015 14: 58 New
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              An interesting phenomenon, sir. Not so long ago you advised me don't fool around, and then cut it to the full laughing You perfectly understood the meaning of my koment, but you preferred to get along with cheap trolling laughing Good luck to you. I prefer to interrupt our almost begun conversation hi
              1. Wert 13 November 2015 15: 35 New
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                Strange as that. The besieged fortress - life surrounded by enemies. You live in their environment. Even those whom you let themselves into you are being cut and blown up.

                “I prefer to interrupt our conversation, which has almost begun”
                For God's sake.
  • Wert 13 November 2015 15: 12 New
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    It would be interesting for me to watch these movements in the Middle East. The only thing I would do is one thing:
    Cancel the institution of dual citizenship. And if some kind of human being, along with our citizenship, got any more, then depriving him of growing citizenship. But since, according to the Constitution, a citizen cannot be deprived of him, then introduce wild fines for this. And fine until he chooses one.
    The homeland should be one, nekh.y try to sit on one ass on two, and in some cases 3 chairs.
  • Wert 13 November 2015 16: 17 New
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    And for now we will have a base. Most such and on an ongoing basis). And it will cover the whole Middle East with a dome, to the "joy" of you and the Turks and other Basurmans from the Persian Gulf.

    wink
    addition
    http://mignews.com/news/politic/131115_111635_57212.html
    "S-400 in Syria can bring down planes over Tel Aviv
    "Russia has deployed the most advanced air defense systems in Syria capable of shooting down jet aircraft over Tel Aviv, Western media report."