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Project "ZZ". Achtung! Russians on the streets of Europe!

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Western analysts believe that the Russian economy is expressed only in the export of crude oil. Now oil has fallen in price, and this means that Russians have no economy at all. What will the Russian authorities do? Oh, they don't care about economics, they are busy with politics. Experts admit that the Kremlin is implementing a “program” to physically eliminate the political opponents of the regime, not only in the UK, but throughout Europe, and in the US too. Therefore, London politely warned its allies: beware, insidious Muscovites may appear on your streets. Other analysts, hailing from the Czech Republic, are inclined to believe that Russians will not kill in Europe, but buy politicians. All of this is very frightening for the West, especially against the background of statements by strategic thinkers from the American brain trust Stratfor: they are sure that Putin's Russia is stronger than it seems.


Reporter Matt O'Brien writes in Washington Postthat Russia has become a "victim of two classic mistakes."

First: you can never get involved in Asian territorial disputes. Second, it is foolish to assume that oil exports will replace the real economy.

“Double oops!” The author exclaims.

Today we are witnessing how the ruble is rapidly rolling down, a reporter reminds. The Russian currency is again in a "free fall". True, the ruble strengthened a bit last Friday, because oil rose in price that day.

There is nothing special about weakening the ruble: Russia, one might say, has no economy other than the export-oriented oil business. This kind of activity in the current situation allows us to make a simple conclusion: Russia “has no more economy at all.” In addition, the slowdown in China means that the demand for "black gold" will decline.

Not only bad for the Russian economy, but also for its budget. Oil revenues account for half of government revenues, the author recalls. Russian top officials said the country may have to cut oil production to try to support prices. But in this way Russia will give up the market share of Saudi Arabia - and lose in the new cold war.

Due to low oil prices over the past two years, the ruble has fallen by almost 60 percent. Russian companies are in the grip of debt denominated in dollars. Smacks of national bankruptcy.

On the other hand, a cheaper national currency will make the export part of the Russian economy (non-oil) more competitive.

And what is the conclusion?

The ruble will fall as long as oil becomes cheaper. Russia is constantly attacking the same rake. Its rulers have already passed these lessons: in 1986 and in 1998. And now, in 2016, they pass them again. The Russian economy is only as strong as the oil price is stable. That is, there is no need to talk about any kind of power. Reducing the income of citizens - "not a good sign" for Putin, believes Matt O'Brien.

What will the Russian authorities do? Oh, they don't care about economics, they are busy with politics. Experts admit that the Kremlin is implementing a “program” for the physical elimination of the political opponents of the regime, not only in Great Britain, but throughout Europe. Yes, that in Europe-the Russian will unfold in the United States. Therefore, London politely warned his allies beware, insidious Muscovites may appear on your street.

Nico heins in "The Daily Beast" (USA) makes intriguing guesses. "Britain Warns Allies: Crown Beyond Your Streets," he writes. What the translation means: "Britain warns allies: Russians can start killing on your streets as well."

Niko Hines does not doubt that the “program of Vladimir Putin” for the physical elimination of the political opponents of the regime, “inherited from the KGB, is now becoming more and more obvious. Britain has already officially warned the United States and other allies around the world about the likelihood of political killings on their territories. The Kremlin will sponsor the killings.

London has reason to think about the invasion of Russian killers to the West: after all, “many strange and KGB-related killings on the streets of London”, including A. Litvinenko’s poisoning, were recorded. For several decades, there have been such "weirdness".


On the streets of London, Russian KGB agents easily get lost in the crowd


The author is confident that the Russian special services are inspired by the behavior characteristic of the British. For example, a radioactive substance to kill Litvinenko was added to the teapot.

Heins points out that the results of the investigation into the murder of Litvinenko showed that it was a political murder, and he was “ordered” by the FSB. There is even the opinion of the judge who said that this operation, "perhaps," Putin himself approved.

Tereza May, the Minister of Internal Affairs of the United Kingdom, also points to the “guilt of Moscow” in A. Litvinenko’s death. T. May sent letters to colleagues in Europe, NATO and the Five Eyes Alliance (Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand, USA), where she warned about the need to treat the attached report with all attention "and take measures to prevent such killings on the streets their cities. "

In the editorial Natoaktual.cz (Czech Republic, source of translation - "InoSMI") nothing is said about the planned Russian killings in Europe and the United States, but it tells about the introduction of the Kremlin’s people into political parties in several European countries.

There are suspicions that the Kremlin succeeds in introducing people into political parties in several European countries in order to influence what is happening in party structures and public opinion. The lists include France, Holland, Hungary, Austria and the Czech Republic. Czech agents Russian agents consider the gateway to Schengen.

US intelligence agencies have already received the task to begin a large-scale investigation. Congress instructed the head of the National Intelligence Agency, James Klapper, to study the likelihood that Russia in the past decade has secretly financed some political parties in European states. Washington is afraid that Moscow has conceived to destroy European unity in the matter of creating a NATO missile defense system and continuing the policy of sanctions.

In this investigation, too, was not without British politicians. The order to initiate an investigation was issued after members of the British government told the media about Russia's "stubborn" attempts to influence policy in Europe. “Throughout the EU, we see alarming evidence of the Russian desire to break the structure of European unity on a number of policy issues in principle,” the British newspaper Daily Telegraph quotes a government source.

Therefore, the US intelligence services are primarily subjected to checks by political parties and non-governmental organizations seeking to “undermine political unity” and campaigning against the construction of NATO anti-missile shield facilities.

The article mentions the omnipresent KGB. “The former KGB was also famous for influencing public opinion in Western countries. We can assume that this is still happening today, but it will probably be impossible to prove it, ”security adviser and former head of military intelligence of the Czech Republic Andor Shandor told the publication.

Among those parties where the people of the Kremlin are being introduced, the publication calls the radical right-wing party For the Better Hungary in Hungary, the Golden Dawn in Greece, the League of the North in Italy and the National Front Marine Le Pen in France. “Suspicions cause” and the relations of Russian diplomats with politicians in Austria. An example of the Russian operation to gain influence is also considered the campaign of the leader of the British Labor Party Jeremy Corbin: this man does not hide the desire to save Britain from nuclear weapons, nationalize railroads and energy companies, and compares US policy with the actions of the Islamic State. Corbin, for good reason, gets a lot of airtime on Russia Today TV channel.

The Kremlin’s wide activities are even more frightening for the West when it learns that today's Russia is much more stable than it seems at first glance.

Steven L. Hall of the American Brain Trust ponders this topic. "Stratfor".

According to the expert, the world is now arguing about the "prospect of destabilization" of Russia. Arguments in favor of destabilization are known: a sharp drop in oil prices, economic sanctions from the West, and the likelihood of public unrest. The latter will become a threat to the government of V. Putin. Unrest in Russia in one form or another has already taken place: protests by Russian truckers, anti-Putin rhetoric of opposition bloggers, etc. Some observers believe that these are signs of increased instability in Russia.

Such assumptions, the author believes, have a common shortcoming: their authors view the Kremlin and events in Russia exclusively from the Western positions. These analysts forget that the power of Putin and his people's authority remained unchanged, despite all the circumstances that could bring down the political career of any Western leaders.

A serious destabilization in Russia is unlikely, the expert concludes. People who argue about "destabilization" simply need to get rid of "a purely Western look" on things.

Next, Stephen L. Hall highlighted a number of mistakes that Western political observers make when they predict serious destabilization in the Russian Federation.

The first mistake of critics: Putin seems to care about what the Russian people think. According to experts, the power of Putin does not come from the people, as is customary in the democracies of the West. Putin is more likely to rely on "coercive methods." This method of exercising power involves the use of coercive measures against the population when necessary. And not only Putin understands this; people understand that too. Such mutual understanding “frees Putin” from anxiety about popular unrest.

The second mistake: Putin is allegedly worried about the ways in which Russians express discontent (demonstrations, protests, etc.). In reality, the Russian security services, collecting information about their organizers, are following the protests in Russia. Putin sees meaning in allowing some such protests: this allows him to create the appearance of democracy.

The third mistake: if the economic conditions in Russia worsen, the discontent of the Russians will be a threat to the current status quo. But in Russia everything is not the same as in the West: Russian people even “are proud of the fact that they have to suffer”. The government explains the reasons for economic hardship with the influence of hostile external forces (the United States and the European Union), and difficult life becomes "a national sport" and even a cause for national pride. Many Russians consider Putin to be the first strong leader of the post-Soviet era.

* * *


Despite the decline in oil prices and the dependence of the Russian budget on raw materials revenues, the Russian people are not only not going to overthrow Putin, but, on the contrary, consider him to be the strongest leader Russia has ever had since the collapse of the USSR. Difficult life with sanctions and inflation has become a "national sport". Moreover, even notorious skeptics recognize that the depreciating national currency will make the export part of the Russian economy (non-oil) more competitive.

The fact that in fact the West does not consider Russia economically and politically weakened is confirmed by the fears of British politicians. London officially warned its allies, including the United States, that "Russians could start killing" on the streets of their cities.

The Czech Republic (for a couple with the same Britain) warns about something else - about introducing the people of the Kremlin into political parties in several European countries. Russians swung at the holy: they intend to "break the structure of European unity."

Such fears suggest that Russia is considered. Obviously, the “structure of European unity” seems to the politicians of the West to be much weaker than the solidarity of the Russian people.
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  1. milann
    milann 25 January 2016 09: 20
    66
    The reserves of debelism are inexhaustible. Why do we need to introduce ourselves somewhere, need it, we will come out into the open. Just do not need, judging by the stated nonsense, they are incurable. They will die out.
    1. Ami du peuple
      Ami du peuple 25 January 2016 09: 33
      38
      Quote: milann
      Themselves will die out

      Yeah, nafig will get drunk. From the article: "Russian special services draw inspiration from English behavior... For example, the radioactive substance for the murder of Litvinenko was added to the teapot "That is, tea with polonium is the English national drink laughing
      1. Temples
        Temples 25 January 2016 09: 38
        19
        The Russians swung at the sacred: they intend to "break the structure of European unity."


        When the HOLY is seen not in the Divine but in something else, this is a problem.
        Only this is not our problem.

        And if such words sound from the lips of a European politician, then this only emphasizes how different we are.
        1. cniza
          cniza 25 January 2016 10: 26
          13
          They will never understand us, therefore they will always lose. We do not need them, but they cannot live without us.
          1. Alexey1
            Alexey1 25 January 2016 11: 19
            14
            "Russians can start killing" on the streets of their cities. "
            After these words, they themselves will begin to wet their politicians and to turn arrows on us in all arrows, as if the Russians had soaked them.
            ps The Russians and Putin personally are to blame for all the troubles. This is already a diagnosis.
            1. bort4145
              bort4145 25 January 2016 11: 34
              +7
              Ha, they would have to be checked with a psychiatrist more often.
            2. vorobey
              vorobey 25 January 2016 15: 21
              +4
              Quote: Alexey1
              "Russians can start killing" on the streets of their cities. "


              Yes already urinate and not only in London ..



              In Germany, Russian-speaking Germans began to form in self-defense units ...
            3. Nick
              Nick 25 January 2016 15: 35
              +1
              Quote: Alexey1
              The Russians and Putin personally are to blame for all the troubles. This is already a diagnosis.

              You are absolutely right. If the decisions of the British court, recall the recent Litvinenko case, are based on assumptions and speculations, without presenting real evidence and evidence, then the diagnosis is simple, degradation or, if you want, lack of intellectual capabilities - dementia, in a word.
          2. Cap.Morgan
            Cap.Morgan 25 January 2016 18: 00
            +3
            Technology only they need to get. We do not have.
            Loans We do not have.
            Well, they would send experts. We do not have. There is no one to implement.
            And of course. They will not survive without us.
            Of course, they lost everything, but we won. Therefore, American bases are around our borders. And our money runs to the West, and the ruble fell three times in two years.
            But, of course, they will eventually die.
            1. varov14
              varov14 25 January 2016 21: 54
              +1
              Poor thing, plant potatoes in the spring and don’t suffer.
              1. bulvas
                bulvas 25 January 2016 22: 27
                +1
                Quote: Cap.Morgan
                But, of course, they will eventually die.


                Captain, it’s not about them dying, but that we survive and start living normally.

                And if someone bothers us, we will get tired of this and have to make sure that they are dead.

                Although, judging by what is happening in Europe, it may, on the contrary, have to help them survive

            2. Ganssh
              Ganssh 25 January 2016 22: 37
              +1
              of course they will die ... good irony .. WE WILL SURVIVE but are they? ... by the way, barley is not as bad as they think about it .. they just don’t know how to cook it))) .. and even change the form))
        2. Asadullah
          Asadullah 25 January 2016 22: 25
          +1
          it only emphasizes how different we are.


          Why, the difference refers to the big mac index or to the ability to fight a person who has an apartment, a car, a computer and a job. By weakening the Russian Federation, they are trying to incite their own population of the country against the leadership. This tactic has always been good in Europe, during the many civil and other wars of the free cities. As a theory, it has a right to exist. The trouble is that the Western establishment believed in this theory as an axiom. Allocated huge funds for it, mobilized a contingent and sent it into battle. Further, according to the template, the Western media simply cannot write positive things about Russia, this is beyond comprehension. So the pegging of the ruble to oil was dubbed as the absence of an economy in Russia, although it is the largest exporter in two dozen goods and raw materials. Including food. The Russian perception template completely discourages analytical skills and realizes that linking a course to oil prices is an effective weapon against an oil war. Another thing is that, playing with oil, the Arabs and the United States shot themselves in the foot, with the hope that Russia will shoot itself in the head, trying to maintain the living standard of the population. This is where Bodrov's brilliant phrase comes to mind - "What is the strength of a brother?" As a Westerner stuffed with hamburgers, with the only problem of repaying loans, can understand that the people of Russia can and get tired of the truth, when it’s hard, but even more does not like its absence.

          Yes, they gave us a nose, blood flowed, but we are on our feet, consciousness is in place, injustice ignites anger in our eyes, and a sense of right gives the right to charge into the beard. With all the power of Russian power.

          I look forward to when this will happen and how those who will instantly lose funding for a futile fight will wriggle. Can anyone get up? To the applause.
      2. Sober
        Sober 25 January 2016 10: 02
        +9
        Quote: Ami du peuple
        That is, polonium tea is an English national drink

        You are absolutely right, everyone judges others on his own.
        1. bulvas
          bulvas 25 January 2016 10: 12
          11
          It is strange that they did not notice how in Russia wool, horns, fangs and hooves began to grow in people.

          In general, they would have done it head over heels.


        2. mirag2
          mirag2 25 January 2016 14: 48
          +2
          Here is an interesting and funny story about the "conclusions" of the London "justice" (see from 22.35):
      3. vovanpain
        vovanpain 25 January 2016 11: 47
        13
        Quote: Ami du peuple
        polonium tea - English national drink
        Reply Quote Report Abuse

        Well, yes, Russian-style screams are coming. hi
      4. Altona
        Altona 25 January 2016 11: 56
        +7
        Quote: Ami du peuple
        the radioactive substance for the murder of Litvinenko was added to the teapot "

        --------------------
        And two days before Litvinenko met with Lugovoi, all the key witnesses suddenly died, including Litvinenko’s sponsor, Boris Berezovsky.
        http://www.vesti.ru/doc.html?id=2711894&cid=7#
      5. Strezhevchanin
        Strezhevchanin 25 January 2016 13: 11
        16
        Quote: Ami du peuple
        That is, polonium tea is an English national drink

        The British newspaper The Times recently wrote that the cost of polonium, which was poisoned by Litvinenko, is more than $ 10 million, and the dose found in his body exceeds the lethal dose by ten times.
        The most expensive tea overdose in the world.
        1. Altona
          Altona 25 January 2016 14: 01
          +4
          Quote: Strezhevchanin
          The British newspaper The Times recently wrote that the cost of polonium, which was poisoned by Litvinenko, is more than $ 10 million, and the dose found in his body exceeds the lethal dose by ten times.

          --------------------------
          Litvinenko was not worth so much and was not worth it, recently he had been struggling almost when Berezovsky refused his services.
      6. Asadullah
        Asadullah 26 January 2016 00: 32
        +2
        a radioactive substance to kill Litvinenko was added to a teapot "That is, tea with polonium is the English national drink


        By the way, 210 isotope poisoning is a common misconception. Why it is so popular is probably so simpler and scarier. Litvinenko most likely got poisoned while working with polonium salts, which contained a fair amount of the isotope 210, which is found in the most incredible places. Given Litvinenko's close ties to Chechen bandits, they experimented with creating a "dirty" bomb. To prevent such a device from getting too hot, relatively volatile polonium salts can be used. After exploding, they release an isotope that would lead to radioactive and chemical contamination. Why polonium? Oddly enough, in devices of low concentration, it can be acquired without too much control. And apparently the processing of those was the cause of Litvinenko's death. This moment will be classified. The second classified point is the role of Russia and the FSB in particular. The fact is that the would-be radiochemist, apparently, was looking for simpler methods to get radioactive materials, and came under development. You understand that if someone is looking for something like that, no one will say, back off. We need to figure out what's what and eliminate the threat. That is why these meetings with Lugovoi, where something like that was discussed. The client had to be processed, put to sleep and arrested in the place where he could be taken to Russia. But the boy had already taken yada ... and the operation failed. Only on the basis of such data could the judicial authorities publish a report of this nature. For surely there is information that Litvinenko discussed the topic of radioactive materials with this or that citizen of Russia. This allows us to interpret in the spirit of bringing charges against the state and even against Putin.
    2. Aleksander
      Aleksander 25 January 2016 10: 19
      31
      Quote: milann
      The reserves of debelism are inexhaustible


      Migrants rape and kill them in the rear, and they all fight with the Russians. request

      PS It’s interesting when they invent a smiley on Lavrov’s famous phrase, so much would reduce the time .....
      1. Abakan
        Abakan 25 January 2016 10: 40
        +7
        I’ve been under the table for 15 minutes)))) may be enough to laugh like that))
      2. cyberspace
        cyberspace 25 January 2016 14: 43
        +3
        Quote: Aleksander
        PS It’s interesting when they invent a smiley on Lavrov’s famous phrase, so much would reduce the time .....

        Lavrov to patent the phrase and take for quoting the ruble. In a couple of weeks, he will be richer than Bill Gates.
      3. vorobey
        vorobey 25 January 2016 15: 39
        +4
        Quote: Aleksander
        It’s interesting when they invent an emoticon on Lavrov’s famous phrase - it would reduce time so much.


        why come up with a bike fool fool fool everything is already pre-prepared ..
      4. Quager
        Quager 25 January 2016 16: 29
        +1
        DB write so far))
    3. Skif83
      Skif83 25 January 2016 11: 10
      +9
      In general, tired of exaggerating oil prices, the fall of the ruble, the government of DAM ...
      You just need to WORK!
      Work for everyone, starting with the government.
      But there, just, they don’t want to work, they don’t know how, they don’t like to.
      All the other troubles of the Russian economy are derived from the useless Twitter government! angry
      1. technical
        technical 25 January 2016 17: 29
        +1
        Right! They only know how to privatize! How many parasites divorced! One with a bipod, and seven with a spoon.
    4. vlad66
      vlad66 25 January 2016 11: 21
      23
      . Hard life under sanctions and inflation has become a "national sport"

      And when there were no sanctions or any restrictions against Russia or the USSR? Absolutely west from the coils leaves. Well, well.
    5. marna
      marna 25 January 2016 13: 01
      +3
      Ward № 6. Nightmare yourself, poor ...
    6. Samaritan
      Samaritan 25 January 2016 13: 08
      +6
      Exports of raw materials have already been "lost" to the rest of exports for 2 years, agricultural products, weapons and software are growing by 10% every year:
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    8. siberalt
      siberalt 25 January 2016 15: 12
      +1
      At yesterday's "nightingale" Zhirinovsky himself declared the nationalization of the economy, a monopoly on vodka, and asked his first opponent, Zyuganov, to shut the throats of the liberals in the government, as they did in XNUMX. At the same time he asked to return Beria or Dzerzhinsky, or better "both" together. Well this is a reflection of the world stupor. The only thing that really moves in the world is our Aerospace Forces and the Syrian government troops. February will be a difficult month to think about. Yes, the time for that is over. hi
    9. max702
      max702 25 January 2016 19: 10
      +3
      All these articles are aimed at one thing to rock the boat .. The answer to this may be the picture below ..
      pc: The example of Rinda, Iraq, Libya fully confirms this ..
  2. vladimirw
    vladimirw 25 January 2016 09: 25
    +8
    why infiltrate into the geyropu, the pid himself .. you’ll become
    1. mihasik
      mihasik 25 January 2016 09: 56
      +6
      Quote: vladimirw
      why infiltrate into the geyropu, the pid himself .. you’ll become

      The homosexuals were already driven under the bench by the "refugees". They have a tolerance for "Muslims" there now. Apparently the asses are already tired, they miss the unwashed African members.
      1. 79807420129
        79807420129 25 January 2016 11: 33
        13
        Quote: mihasik
        , miss the unwashed African members.

        In their asses. fellow
  3. Flinky
    Flinky 25 January 2016 09: 28
    11
    Well, in general, somehow, I think ...
    1. fennekRUS
      fennekRUS 25 January 2016 12: 46
      +4
      Quote: Flinky
      Well, in general, somehow, I think ...

      I will add - the level of critical thinking in the "society of social networks" simply does not fit into my head. Degradation! "The Age of Cave Electronics" (C) Pan Stanislav Lem.
      This is the level of grandmothers on the bench, and not the major international journalists.
      Ps There are no words, some interjections.
      Pps I stumbled upon an old dispute on the network - I can't help but quote, - "

      Anton Krajansky
      Registered: November 16, 2011
      Posts: 17


      All of the above is unfortunately true. But, on the other hand, everything is not so hopeless. At one time, a handful of adventurers were able to collect the newly crumbling Russian empire and create the USSR. By cruel methods, of course, but this is already a topic of ethical discussion. The main thing is that their situation was even worse than ours. They practically did not have industry and science, everything had to be created from scratch. Even oil was hardly traded at that time. They managed to create, in a bare spot, in a backward agrarian country, a completely modern industry and a scientific and technical base, due to which we still live. We miraculously preserved the remains of Soviet science and industry. The Soviet government at the very beginning did not even have that. So what are we worse than them? No, I do not urge to use cruel methods of that time. God forbid.
      On the other hand, as a philosopher and political scientist, I have to note that we are sliding into the new Middle Ages. The age of cave electronics, when people use high technology, without knowing the principles of its work and despising science, intelligence and everything high and eternal. Everywhere dominated by darkness, ignorance and superstition. The church is tearing to power, threatening to create a theocratic dictatorship or restore the monarchy in its absolutist version. As it is sung in one song: "Around the cemetery of hopes, eternal fear and triumph of the ignorant." Under these conditions, scientists who have not fled the country out of patriotism can only stick together, cooperate, support each other, in general, unite. In the future, create various commercial enterprises, since one cannot count on state support. It will resemble medieval guilds. Rosatom is doing something similar, creating a kind of guild of nuclear physicists. The same will happen in other branches of science and technology. Perhaps this is the only way to preserve science and knowledge in the country. "
  4. Al_oriso
    Al_oriso 25 January 2016 09: 29
    +4
    London politely warned its allies: beware, insidious Muscovites may appear on your streets

    London is very scared. I imagine that soon the inhabitants of Europe will be afraid to walk the streets, for fear of meeting with the insidious Russians.
    1. Sober
      Sober 25 January 2016 10: 04
      +5
      Quote: Al_oriso
      fearing meeting with insidious Russians.

      Of course, compared to migrants ...
    2. Kyustenkats
      Kyustenkats 25 January 2016 10: 15
      +8
      So Muscovites, but when the harsh Chelyabinsk comes, and after it some other region, Muscovites will seem to you peaceful neighbors.
    3. Orionvit
      Orionvit 25 January 2016 22: 18
      +1
      It's strange. In the West, every third psychiatrist and every second economist. And no one sees progressing schizophrenia and manic delirium. Nothing, we survived the 90s, we will survive the current ones. The social pain threshold of our people is orders of magnitude higher than in the West. It could be worse. So make yourself comfortable on the couch, you can stock up on beer, and watch an interesting movie called "how Europe is drained."
  5. Air Force captain
    Air Force captain 25 January 2016 09: 30
    11
    insanity grew stronger ... brains were seething ... inventing new nonsense ... well, what did you want - the Britons have no creative!
  6. Woodman
    Woodman 25 January 2016 09: 30
    +7
    Insanity grows stronger ... People groan from the influx of Arab refugees, and once again they are intimidated by Russians.
    1. Belousov
      Belousov 25 January 2016 13: 55
      +2
      Everything is correct - it is necessary to somehow distract attention from problems with refugees, everything is logical, although stupidly.
    2. Belousov
      Belousov 25 January 2016 13: 55
      0
      Everything is correct - it is necessary to somehow distract attention from problems with refugees, everything is logical, although stupidly.
  7. avva2012
    avva2012 25 January 2016 09: 31
    +8
    Putin seems to care what the Russian people think. According to the expert, Putin’s power does not come from the people at all, as is customary in Western democracies. In governing the country, Putin is more likely to rely on "methods of coercion."

    The opinions of Western analysts, in general, and this statement in particular, is clinical nonsense, requiring no longer hospitalization, but euthanasia. Moreover, not voluntary, so as not to suffer. From what closets of 50's time, analysts, did these stamps pull out? For starters, if only the dust was blown away.
    Apparently, jumping out of windows will soon begin, "the Russians are coming!"
    1. Fat
      Fat 25 January 2016 16: 24
      +1
      Quote: avva2012
      From what closets of the 50s, analysts, did these stamps pull out? For starters, if only the dust was blown away.
      Apparently, jumping out of windows will soon begin, "the Russians are coming!"

      Will an OSCE Commission on "Non-European" Activities Be Created? The lists of "pro-Russian organizations" are already being drawn up. Front Marie Le Pen is a pro-Russian organization ... fool
      McCarthyism is getting stronger and it's time to hammer windows in the house of parliament
  8. bionik
    bionik 25 January 2016 09: 32
    +3
    The Litvinenko case: where did the key witnesses go - News. www.vesti.ru/doc.html?id=2710993
    1. 79807420129
      79807420129 25 January 2016 11: 42
      10
      Quote: bionik
      Litvinenko case: where did key witnesses go

      Mysteriously died. hi
  9. lex12a
    lex12a 25 January 2016 09: 32
    +1
    Shyza hollows
  10. AdekvatNICK
    AdekvatNICK 25 January 2016 09: 33
    +4
    in short, once again they bury Russia in America, just as they have buried the United States as many times.
  11. parusnik
    parusnik 25 January 2016 09: 36
    +4
    What I want to say to the gentlemen of Western analysts ... Don’t write off to bury us, Russia will tear more than one button accordion, at the EU funeral wards .. They would think about themselves ...
  12. kit-kat
    kit-kat 25 January 2016 09: 37
    0
    considers him the strongest leader Russia has ever had since the collapse of the USSR
    And how many presidents have we had from this moment, except for Putin? There is no one to choose from. We can say that he is the only president since the collapse of the USSR.
    1. KBR109
      KBR109 25 January 2016 10: 32
      +2
      How so? But was the E-CENTER not built for merit and for the edification of posterity?
  13. Dam
    Dam 25 January 2016 09: 38
    +1
    Psychiatrist in the studio. All experts double haloperidol at the expense of the institution. These people nightmare themselves and others by fulfilling orders from the English elites. I wonder how long this madhouse lasts
  14. Stinger
    Stinger 25 January 2016 09: 38
    +1
    Let them not doubt it. Get what they deserve.
  15. salad
    salad 25 January 2016 09: 39
    +2
    Again these Russians with their bears attack vodka and balalaikas fellow laughing
    1. Sober
      Sober 25 January 2016 10: 07
      +5
      Quote: salat
      Again these Russians with their bears attack vodka and balalaikas

      And also with frosts and snowfalls.
  16. Gormenghast
    Gormenghast 25 January 2016 09: 40
    +5
    They themselves sit in the company of Wahhabis, but they are afraid "Russian killers". laughing

    When an NGO checks Russia, it’s a run-in for democracy, but the United States checks an NGO — and this is the peak of democracy. belay
  17. Nitarius
    Nitarius 25 January 2016 09: 41
    +5
    EEE NO! there is another SENT ... the USA and the like start to REMOVE NOT PLEASANT ... THOSE THE BEST TO CHARGE THE BEGINNING on us! There is logic here .. for the fact that in advance they warned the unwanted!
  18. vsdvs
    vsdvs 25 January 2016 09: 41
    +4
    Afraid means respected.
    1. technical
      technical 25 January 2016 17: 50
      +1
      And it's good that they are afraid. Since ancient times, before the war, as well as before the battle, everyone tried to intimidate their enemy, that is, to demoralize. So Dracula was especially famous for his brutality, which led even the brave and glorious Romans to awe. And these scare themselves, that's good. Let water be poured onto the wheel of our mill.
  19. guzik007
    guzik007 25 January 2016 09: 42
    -1
    What is the point of the article? A very convenient position. Instead of discussing the real problems in the country's economy, pouring out on our ears the nonsense that the Western media are carrying. A good maneuver to shift the emphasis of "popular anger." In psychology, there is even a term that characterizes crowd management techniques - replacing priorities, it seems.
    1. 79807420129
      79807420129 25 January 2016 12: 03
      +7
      Well, yes, yes, where without our economy, and that would not debate, but excuse the article not on this topic, that's when there will be an article on the economy then we will discuss it. hi
      1. guzik007
        guzik007 25 January 2016 14: 41
        +2
        Well, yes, yes, yes, where without our economy
        ------------------------------------------
        Yes, I somehow do not care that they blather about us-warm our ears, the inheritance of the weak. But I would very much like to know that tomorrow we will spread bread.
        A singing in chorus:
        Harsh years go by
        Others will come for them ...
        this, you know, let’s leave the schwonders. Personally, I no longer buy this kvass patriotism.
        1. 79807420129
          79807420129 25 January 2016 17: 13
          +7
          Quote: guzik007
          But I would very much like to know that tomorrow we will spread bread.

          And did not try to work hi They pay money for work. yes
          Quote: guzik007
          accents of "popular anger"

          Well, of course you’re on an armored car, we’ll divide everything forward. Does Ukraine not teach anything? 1991-1999 didn’t it teach anything in Russia? It’s a pity. Dozens burst into the feeder, thousands die. hi
          Quote: guzik007
          A singing in chorus:
          Harsh years go by
          Others will come for them ...

          Glory to bulk and other thieves
          Quote: guzik007
          Personally, I no longer buy this kvass patriotism.

          And who is buying you? It is better to leave the poop here on the fan, to spit on the topic of the article, and who is not with us, is against everyone, so do you think? hi
        2. Ganssh
          Ganssh 25 January 2016 22: 50
          0
          So what? no one will buy ... you will eat what they give ... well, unless of course you are frizzy ... (with a small letter ... I don’t like such schnicks). buy not buy ... shmishno)) if it were not so sad))
          1. guzik007
            guzik007 26 January 2016 09: 19
            0
            They didn’t try to work. They pay money for work.
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            twenty-six years without a chance for two. two and a half rates -Are you happy?

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            Glory to bulk and other thieves
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            Separate flies and cutlets. Bulk is not a gift, And who is worse, is he against power, or thieves in power? Turn on the brain, although judging by the profile picture ...

            ----------------------------------------------------------------------
            who buys you? It is better to leave poop here on the fan, to spit on the topic of the article, and who is not with us, is against everyone, so do you think?
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            Well I say, sometimes turn on the brain. I am not opposed to a specific article. I am opposed to the fact that such articles-proclamations are an order of magnitude greater than the truly literate necessary ones, which directly concerns the people and their needs.
            And these "screams from the armored car" no longer work. And our real enemies dug in another place. And the country, if it falls apart, then only from the inside. With their help.
  20. Yuri Y.
    Yuri Y. 25 January 2016 09: 44
    +3
    Well, it began ... Witch Hunt is a proven and ancient way to destroy dissidents.
  21. Jarserge
    Jarserge 25 January 2016 09: 44
    +1
    In general, the idea is not bad - to shoot and mop up Western liberalists insolent from impunity .... But it is just so interesting that the author of this opus smokes
  22. A1L9E4K9S
    A1L9E4K9S 25 January 2016 09: 45
    +4
    Analysts, originally from the Czech Republic, are inclined to believe that Russians will not kill in Europe, but buy politicians.

    After these predictions, European politicians rushed to take the queue for Russian money, those who will be the first to pay are always more expensive, and politicians (no matter from which country) have always been, are and will be corrupt.
  23. Gormenghast
    Gormenghast 25 January 2016 09: 46
    12
    Anglo-Saxons are generally easy to scare. laughing For example, this:

  24. taseka
    taseka 25 January 2016 09: 49
    +4
    Sly asshole editors cheerfully breed suckers of morons, getting pennies on the information company of fooling their people against Russia (this was already held in Germany, where the Germans were dumbed in 1944-45 about Russian Cossacks with horns eating German babies!)
  25. Corsair
    Corsair 25 January 2016 09: 50
    +3
    wassat half of Karl’s income! Russia receives half of its income from oil sales!
    Only in GDP for some reason, the income from the sale of resources is only 10-12% ...
    It seems that our rulers also believe that our income is only from oil, because there is no real movement in other sectors besides the money-saving bank. sad
  26. PValery53
    PValery53 25 January 2016 09: 52
    +3
    The epidemic of zrada with restlessness spread from Nezalezhnaya to Eurooppa. Under each bush, an invincible Russian army is seen.
  27. askort154
    askort154 25 January 2016 09: 56
    +9
    It annoys me that England is being called "Great Britain" again. Back in the 19th and 20th centuries, it lost all (almost all) of its colonies, and they began to call it, simply England. With what fright, not the largest island, is now called Great Britain again ?! What is "great" in her ?! Our media are especially zealous.
    1. Yura
      Yura 25 January 2016 10: 31
      +4
      Quote: askort154
      What is "great" in her ?!

      Great conceit, envy, and this more, the less than everything else.
    2. SlavaP
      SlavaP 25 January 2016 21: 19
      +1
      England is impossible - there are still Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland
  28. avva2012
    avva2012 25 January 2016 10: 01
    14
    I want to recommend to Western readers: a book by Dmitry Rebyakov, “Why do we live like this. Or the struggle for the right to live. ”
    Here are the excerpts that are appropriate for a European resident: "Russian barbarians burst into villages, auls and camps, leaving behind only libraries, theaters and cities. Russians have always been the most backward and underdeveloped. They walked in incomprehensible pants and wore, for some reason, furs, when everyone normal Europeans wrapped themselves in rags. For a long time they were not tolerant. Forbidden same-sex relationships, and in enlightened ancient Europe men loved to love each other. The Russian barbarians did not even have slavery, what a shame. The Russians did not wash and lived up to their ears in mud, and the baths probably borrowed The Finns. The Russians even have the wrong cities. In a normal European medieval city in the center there is a gallows next to the "torture room." There are ditches along the street, into which sewage is poured out of the windows. And noble Europeans hung out linen over the cesspools to make clothes, not withstanding the smell, lice crawled away. "
  29. aleksandroff
    aleksandroff 25 January 2016 10: 05
    +6
    Quote: avva2012
    Putin seems to care what the Russian people think. According to the expert, Putin’s power does not come from the people at all, as is customary in Western democracies. In governing the country, Putin is more likely to rely on "methods of coercion."

    A strange statement about the power of the people. Something is not visible in their power of the people of the people. They went completely crazy with their "democracy". And how they are forced (at least to take Fergusson), we are far away. Putin compared to them "good".
  30. oxotnuk86
    oxotnuk86 25 January 2016 10: 06
    +4
    Judge pronounces sentence: this data is closed, it is unprovable, my opinion is Russia is guilty. Interestingly, the judge is friends with his head?
    1. tank64rus
      tank64rus 25 January 2016 19: 04
      +1
      He just thinks what he is sitting on. He is a gay man. And in terrible Russia, geyparads are forbidden. Damned Russians are to blame. But if the war against Russia was seriously waged, it is and will be waged by any means and means. This is understood by any sane person. Exception liberals from the 5th column.
    2. tank64rus
      tank64rus 25 January 2016 19: 04
      0
      He just thinks what he is sitting on. He is a gay man. And in terrible Russia, geyparads are forbidden. Damned Russians are to blame. But if the war against Russia was seriously waged, it is and will be waged by any means and means. This is understood by any sane person. Exception liberals from the 5th column.
  31. Aleksander
    Aleksander 25 January 2016 10: 06
    +1
    Nico Hines in The Daily Beast (USA) makes an intriguing guess. “Britain Warns Allies: Russian Next Assassination Could Be On Your Streets,” he writes. Which means: "Britain warns the Allies: Russians can start killing in your streets too."

    In my opinion, a little bit wrong: “Britain warns the Allies: Russia's next political assassination may be on your streets"
    But in general, the West is sick with paranoia and other incurable diseases. They would solve problems like Cologne (and this is evident in principle).
  32. rus-5819
    rus-5819 25 January 2016 10: 07
    +2
    Quote: Ami du peuple
    Quote: milann
    Themselves will die out

    Yeah, nafig will get drunk. From the article: "Russian special services draw inspiration from English behavior... For example, the radioactive substance for the murder of Litvinenko was added to the teapot "That is, tea with polonium is the English national drink laughing


    No, it's just that Litvinenko was an "Englishman" to the bone
  33. ivanych
    ivanych 25 January 2016 10: 07
    +1
    ... yes, they made a rustle in it. am
  34. Thunderbolt
    Thunderbolt 25 January 2016 10: 09
    +1
    US intelligence agencies have already been instructed to begin a large-scale investigation. Congress instructed the head of National Intelligence, James Klapper, to study the likelihood that Russia has secretly financed some political parties in European states over the past decade.
    This means that loud scandals should be expected, right up to legal proceedings. Pro-Russian party activists may avoid the deadlines. But their authority and the authority of their parties will be discredited. However, this will have little effect on the ratings of these parties, because. problems with emigrants for them is a "gold mine" and will easily cover all the costs. Another thing is that the promotion of our influence on European politicians will be an obstacle. But intelligence is not looking for easy ways.
  35. Baloo
    Baloo 25 January 2016 10: 17
    +3
    Western analysts believe that the Russian economy is expressed only in the export of crude oil. Now oil has fallen in price, which means that Russians have no economy at all
    Naglosaksa crap. Do not wait.
  36. Vadim12
    Vadim12 25 January 2016 10: 19
    +1
    Everyone’s fear in different ways reveals itself. In Kiev, the junta is also in its own way, only afraid of its inherent signs. Let them be afraid, relaxed completely in the west.
  37. sa-ag
    sa-ag 25 January 2016 10: 30
    +4
    Quote: Thunderbolt
    So we should expect high-profile scandals, up to court proceedings.

    Well, depending on who, for example, "... At the end of last week, the US Treasury Department released a seemingly routine document, which reported that the specialized financial police of the US Treasury FinCEN will begin identifying and tracking anonymous buyers of luxury real estate, starting work in two points of its concentration - New York Manhattan and Florida Miami Date.
    .
    More recently, in December 2015, the United Kingdom introduced measures to further tighten inspections of sources of financing for the acquisition of elite real estate. In this country, the control of the origin of the funds is assigned to realtors, it is imputed to them, although, according to British financial market analysts, the responsibility is rather nominal.

    Another situation in France is where a notary publicly appointed by the state draws up a purchase of real estate, and the control of the origin of the money is assigned to banking structures, and the state controls the account from which payment is made.

    Similar in tasks, although different in design, models for controlling the origin of funds from which foreigners purchase elite real estate are available in Spain, Italy, and Germany.

    At first glance, it is not unusual for the US Treasury to launch its system - but only at first glance.

    If you delve into the details, it becomes clear that the real goals set for FinCEN are not at all to prevent the purchase of luxury real estate with dirty money, but, on the contrary, to provide such an opportunity for politicians and businessmen from countries where America has its own deep interests, and securely "hang" on the hook after the transaction. "

    so the choice is made either the love of money or the love of the motherland, if the first, then they will dance twerk to their music, if the second, then a new tax as compensation for losses
  38. Pvi1206
    Pvi1206 25 January 2016 10: 43
    +2
    On the issue of overthrowing objectionable politicians.
    The United States brings to the posts of international organizations figures whose "snouts in the gun". And he manipulates them in his own interests. If no old sins are found, then they arrange sex scandals and remove them from office.
    The same thing happens with the top officials of European states. The French president was going to sell Russia 2 helicopter carriers. The United States arranged for the publication of a book by Hollande's ex-wife, defaming his honor. He refused to supply helicopter carriers and the scandal was hushed up. And the presidents of the former republics of the USSR are simply appointed by the United States through formal elections.
  39. Vega
    Vega 25 January 2016 10: 44
    +2
    Hello spy mania and "Russian mammoths in" civilized "countries!
  40. avva2012
    avva2012 25 January 2016 10: 45
    +5
    On May 22, 1949, the first US Secretary of Defense and Secretary of the Navy, James Vincent Forrestal, threw himself out of the 16th floor window of a naval hospital shouting "The Russians are coming!"
    However, about the scream - perhaps a legend. Either they heard, or did not hear, or overlaid the memory of another incident in which Forrestal shouted "The Russians are coming!" After seeing a red fire engine on a Washington street. In the last months of his life, his head was clearly out of order. There is evidence: he ran down the Pentagon corridor, repeating: "We were captured!" All the time I suspected that he was being eavesdropped. Forrestal's enemies were everywhere, he saw in everything a conspiracy of Russian spies, communists, Jews ...
    In the West, after his death, the concept of "Forrestal syndrome" appeared. This is when a person in a crisis situation begins to scare himself, scare, scare, until ...
  41. Kolka82
    Kolka82 25 January 2016 10: 52
    +2
    Hike, a manual on behavior when meeting a zombie is no longer channeled to the West - now the electorate is brainwashed with RUSSIANS. Interestingly, and after RUSSIAN than these idiots will be fed? Or is it the last "evil", there is nowhere to retreat, behind ... a complete apocalypse.
  42. Volzhanin
    Volzhanin 25 January 2016 11: 00
    +4
    London officially warned its allies, including the United States, that “Russians could start killing” on the streets of their cities.
    They are in the hole! Killing English women is generally our FSE! Right now we just stroke the shoelaces, tune the balalaika, grab a vodka of 3 liters and rush on bears right into the landon - the city of universal abomination - to wet the Anglo-Zionists.
  43. Barakuda
    Barakuda 25 January 2016 11: 04
    +6
    Oh, these evil Russians. Well let the Western cretins dream every night
  44. vladimirvn
    vladimirvn 25 January 2016 11: 10
    +1
    Bullshit it. Hysteria is being pumped up, more money will be squeezed out from the taxpayers, and an excuse for secret operations is being prepared, in case of publicity.
  45. TTX
    TTX 25 January 2016 11: 10
    +2
    He laughed heartily, schizophrenia is progressing, the witch-hunt begins. We will see! am
  46. Jarilo
    Jarilo 25 January 2016 11: 11
    +2
    Masochism in their cultural tradition. This is normal.
  47. Karabas
    Karabas 25 January 2016 11: 12
    +2
    If there were no RUSSIA, the West would have come up with it anyway. How else.....?
  48. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 25 January 2016 11: 23
    +4
    The Kremlin is implementing a “program” to physically eliminate political opponents of the regime, and not only in the UK, but throughout Europe

    As usual, people who have heard about Russia from their politicians and read in their media are analyzing the situation and making "forecasts". The main thing is to make it worse for Europeans and the Russians look more terrible than in Western comics.
  49. Lelek
    Lelek 25 January 2016 11: 28
    +1
    Nico Hines in The Daily Beast (USA) makes an intriguing guess. “Britain Warns Allies: Russian Next Assassination Could Be On Your Streets,” he writes. Which means: "Britain warns the Allies: Russians can start killing in your streets too."

    Based on the conclusions of Nico Hines, it can be concluded that good calving is expected in France and "great" Britain (as one humorist parrot said).
    Given the historical parallels in the behavior of the Anglo-Saxons, new "litvinenko-events" or "berezovsky-events" are to be expected in the near future, and the shoulder masters from MI6 and Scotland Yard are already being instructed. bully
  50. Zolotse
    Zolotse 25 January 2016 11: 37
    +3
    It is necessary to frighten taxpayers with horror stories about Putin and the Russian FSB, as it is necessary to justify the budgets of their security forces