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Project "ZZ". Breedlove in the field is not a warrior

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Britain's permanent representative to the UN, Matthew Rycroft, believes that Russia should use its influence to ensure positive results in the cease-fire in Syria. A potential US presidential candidate, Donald Trump, consults on foreign policy issues with the former head of RUMO, and he favors close cooperation with Russia. Most experts polled by Bloomberg believe that the parliamentary elections in Russia are unlikely to cause any protests similar to the 2011 unrest of the year. The contradictions between the West and Russia are smoothed out: an expert on Eastern Europe, Stefan Meister, notes that the rhetoric of the EU and Russia has “come closer”. And only a lonely old warrior Breedlove warns: Russia set out to "rewrite" the rules of world order.


In a popular British newspaper "Express", in a note by Tom Parfitt, a statement by the Permanent Representative of Great Britain to the United Nations appeared. The diplomat bluntly stated: Russia must use its influence to help end the “Islamic State” in Syria. Also, in his opinion, Russia needs to “turn words into actions” and finally destroy “IG”.

Diplomat name is Matthew Rycroft (Matthew Rycroft). He personally welcomed the adoption of the resolution by the UN Security Council on a cease-fire in Syria.

According to him, Moscow, which has close ties with Bashar Assad, should use its influence to achieve a positive effect in the cease-fire. Literally: "Russia must turn words into actions and use its unique influence on the Assad regime, on the units of the militias and their patrons in order to convince them to comply with this agreement." If Russia manages to do this, the West will finally receive "much-needed confidence" in a "political settlement" of the Syrian crisis. If Moscow does not do this, the "spiral of violence" will continue to unwind.

According to the Permanent Representative, the time has come to fight the “IG” (“Daesh”), and this fight is “the only way to put an end to the protracted conflict” and defeat the terrorists.

In the meantime, it turned out that potential US presidential candidate Donald Trump is consulting on foreign policy issues with the former head of RUMO, and he is calling for close cooperation with Russia.

This writes the American edition of the international agency Reuters.

As it turned out, potential presidential candidate Donald Trump receives foreign policy advice from a former US military intelligence chief. And this person is in favor of closer cooperation between the United States and Russia on global security issues. The agency learned about this from three reliable sources.

Sources - former officials who have worked in the past in the field of foreign policy in the administration of the White House. They reported that retired Lieutenant-General Michael Flynn, who was the head of the Defense Intelligence Directorate under President Obama in 2012-2014, "unofficially" gives advice to Trump.

There is information that Trump himself will soon announce people who are giving him advice on foreign policy issues, but the billionaire is still silent. His headquarters did not respond for Reuters request for Flynn’s person. Flynn himself also declined to comment on his boss. In response to a request to describe his point of view about relations with Russia, he simply referred to his public statements.

Trump, the agency recalls, is noticeably different from other possible presidential candidates in precisely its position in Russia: after all, it “respects very much” President Vladimir Putin and openly advocates a thaw in bilateral relations, which are currently “as cold as ice”.

As for Mr. Flynn, it is known that he resigned from the post of chief of the Pentagon’s Chief Intelligence Directorate a year before the end of his term of office. Flynn surprised some US foreign policy veterans when, at the end of last year, he was seen sitting at a table with Putin at a banquet in Moscow on the occasion of the celebration in honor of an international broadcasting network funded by the Russian government (referring to Russia Today). Flynn said in an interview with RT, published on 10 in December of 2015, that the United States and Russia should work together to resolve the Syrian crisis and defeat the Islamic State.

Flynn later said (according to the German magazine “Der Spiegel”) that the war in Iraq, launched in 2003 by then President George W. Bush, was a mistake that led to the emergence of IG.

As for Trump, he often and strongly condemns the invasion of Iraq.

They speak in the West about internal problems in Russia.

The site «Bloomberg» An article by Andre Tartar and Anna Andrianova (Andre Tartar, Anna Andrianova) appeared, covering economic issues for publication.

The authors shared with the readers forecasts regarding the socio-political situation in the Russian Federation in connection with the economic crisis. It turns out that despite the recession in Russia, most economists believe that the parliamentary elections in Russia (in September 2016) will not cause protests, such as those that “thundered all over the country” in 2011.

Bloomberg journalists interviewed 27 economists. The Bloomberg 27 median showed that there was a 30% chance of political unrest in the country, which would be caused by economic difficulties. And only six economists believe in the 50-percent probability of a "coup".

In the 2011 and 2012 years, reminds the publication, tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Russian cities, speaking out against what they called “election fraud” and “Putin’s return to the presidency.”

The likelihood of a political takeover is much lower than last time, thanks to the “deterioration of relations between Russia and several neighboring countries,” said K. Maggio, head of emerging markets research at Toronto Dominion Bank, based in London. “All this suggests that the Russian people will feel more united and will support their government,” the expert said.

In the German edition of the international newspaper "Focus" An interview with an expert on Eastern Europe Stefan Meister (Stefan Meister). Meister is director of the Bosch Center's Russia, Eastern Europe and Central Asia programs in Central and Eastern European Studies of the German Foreign Policy Society.

Here are some key points from his answers.

1. The rhetoric of the West with Russia today has become "close". At the same time, the “aggressive tone” of the Russian side became “more restrained.”

2. Both sides should think about how to find a way of coexistence. This is necessary for both the West and Russia. But while the parties still do not know how to do it.

3. The main goal of Moscow is to conduct dialogue with the United States on an equal footing. The Kremlin wants Russia to be perceived as a central player in international relations.

4. Thanks to the actions in Syria, Russia emerged from the “isolation”, into which it fell due to the Ukrainian crisis. The United States had to negotiate with Putin.

Against this (relatively favorable for Russia) background, the lonely voice of the old warrior General Bridlav rang out. He once again warned that Russia, they say, set out to "rewrite" the rules of world order.

His statement published the American edition. "The Hill".


F. Bridlove


As the journalist Rebecca Keel notes, the commander of US forces in Europe announced the end of an era of cooperation with Russia. Speaking to the House Armed Services Committee, General Philip Breedlove said:

“Russia does not want to challenge the accepted rules of international order. She wants to rewrite them. ”


What did Bridlove do on Capitol Hill? He defended the Pentagon’s budget request for the fiscal 2017 year, namely the "fourfold increase" in funding for the European Reassurance Initiative (ERI), a program aimed at "deterring aggressive Russia." This increase is expressed in the amount of $ 3,4 billion.

Republican Mac Thornberry (from Texas), chairman of the committee, questioned such an initiative. In his opinion, it is simply inadequate for the goal.

Bridlav himself, apparently, defended funding very ineptly. On the one hand, he demanded money, on the other, he declared that "there is no cold war." And then he told the crowd that Russia was unintelligible "in combat means" in Syria and that its air strikes "kill civilians", forcing them to flee to Europe. He reported on "absolutely" inaccurate bombing, which the Russians are conducting "in Aleppo and other places." In his opinion, such attacks have “almost zero military utility” and are intended to achieve other goals: “make people” flee. In turn, refugees become the “problem of someone else”, namely Europe. In this way, the Russians want to "bend Europe."

* * *


It seems that the intensity of the confrontation between the West and Russia is decreasing. Potential presidential candidate D. Trump enjoys great popularity in the United States today; according to available information, retired Lieutenant-General Michael Flynn, formerly head of the Defense Intelligence Agency, is advising closer relations with Moscow. Persons like the commander of the US forces in Europe, General Bridlou, who demand money to "contain" Russia, do not enjoy great prestige even from the head of the House of Representatives Committee on Armed Forces. In addition, we recall, the Obama administration is pursuing a policy of reducing military spending, calculated for ten years. It is not clear how Obama’s successors in the White House will reduce these expenses, but Obama himself does not intend to retreat from his initiatives as a whole. And even Breedlove, in essence, repeats the theses of Obama, who earlier said that the United States does not conduct a “cold war” with Russia.

No one wants a “cold war” with the Russians, much less a war hot. Therefore, the main question of international politics is the question posed by Stefan Meister: both sides, both the West and Moscow, should think about how to find a way of coexistence.
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  1. Andrey Yuryevich
    Andrey Yuryevich 29 February 2016 09: 05
    14
    in the usa, except for parties of war, there are no others; the whole difference is only in temperature: from hot to cold ...
    1. Pravdarm
      Pravdarm 29 February 2016 09: 09
      +5
      Moscow, which has close ties with Bashar al-Assad, should use its influence to achieve a positive effect in the ceasefire.
      In exactly the same way, letter by letter according to LDNR they say:
      "Moscow, which has close ties with the LPNR, should use its influence to achieve a positive effect in the ceasefire !!!"
      I have already said that exactly the same victory of the USA will be !!! This is exactly what they need - TIAGOMOTINA !!! And no peaceful arrangement of the ruins! Keeping a bonfire!
      And then, very soon: Moscow, Putin violates the peace agreement !!!

      And deliberate delirium of Bradblev only confirms this!
      1. cniza
        cniza 29 February 2016 09: 18
        +7
        The time for talking is over, we need to solve our problems and problems, and let them continue to rant.
        1. _Vladislav_
          _Vladislav_ 29 February 2016 09: 29
          +3
          Quote: cniza
          The talk time is over

          The time of conspiracy has not even begun, ahead of the parliamentary elections, and then the presidential. Prior to this moment, Russia should be steadily in terms of the economy. It is necessary to adapt to modern realities until 2018.
          1. Temples
            Temples 29 February 2016 09: 38
            +3
            The time of conspiracy has not even begun, ahead of the parliamentary elections, and then the presidential. Before this moment, Russia must ...

            Russia is, above all, we are with you.
            To whom and what do you owe specifically?
            It would be nice if everyone thought about their actions and actions.
            Herd slogans already got.
            Who decided to make a shock every 4 years called "elections"?
            Who voted for this system? for this election clowning?
            Are we not with you?
            Or someone forced us to be "democratic"?

            So enjoy now.

            Earlier in Russia, power was continuous.
            People lived their own lives, and did not play roulette, guessing who would rule in Russia for the next 4 years or 6 years.
            Who needs this lottery ????
            Wouldn't it be better to go home and think about your own life and well-being in the family ???

            And now, Russia has only heard from all sides.

            And what is the difference from kaklov ???
            They, too, should all around.
            1. gergi
              gergi 29 February 2016 10: 51
              0
              Mr. Temples, you wouldn’t have a price at Boltnaya, then bish, you are priceless. Straight Leader! Where did you study demagogy? Or are you a natural nugget? All Russians were cheated. It's you, in vain, my friend. We will take care of the well-being in our families, without your intrusive advice.
              1. Temples
                Temples 29 February 2016 11: 55
                +1
                gergi, which I do not advise you.
                Plato wrote about democracy a long time ago.
                Earlier, in the USSR, it was taught in every university.
                Now your "swamp" friends do not welcome such teachings.

                Democracy, in my opinion, is realized when the poor, having gained
                victory, some of their opponents will be destroyed, others will be expelled, and the rest
                equalize in civil rights and in the replacement of public office, which
                in a democratic system, it happens mostly by lot.


                It really hurts the democrats like this lot.
                What if it turns out to be king for at least an hour.
              2. dmi.pris
                dmi.pris 29 February 2016 12: 53
                0
                What’s it that hurt you, it’s not clear? A simple statement of the fact that the dermocrats led the country into an economic impasse. The welfare of all of us depends primarily on ourselves, a strong leader + a strong, capable government, which we don’t observe. Even strong power is inherited. if only it was for the good of the country .. And what compares it with the kakals, then a few more years of the rule of these liberals and the comparison will become obvious.
                Quote: gergi
                Mr. Temples, you wouldn’t have a price at Boltnaya, then bish, you are priceless. Straight Leader! Where did you study demagogy? Or are you a natural nugget? All Russians were cheated. It's you, in vain, my friend. We will take care of the well-being in our families, without your intrusive advice.
              3. gladcu2
                gladcu2 29 February 2016 22: 21
                +1
                gergi

                Unlike you, Khramov thinks not as a master, but as a minimum citizen. But Khramov thinks not only for himself, but also speaks for others, then you need to call him - comrade. But since not every goose knows who the comrade is, then please ask you to choose the right form of appeal.

                Sorry, I'm superfluous here. Just a word had.
            2. Kyustenkats
              Kyustenkats 1 March 2016 05: 09
              0
              I dare to remind you that the election is not an invention of the people, this system has been imposed on us. And the rest you are right.
        2. Zoldat_A
          Zoldat_A 29 February 2016 10: 38
          +9
          Quote: cniza
          The time for talking is over, we need to solve our problems and problems, and let them continue to rant.

          All this reminds me very much of the Soviet Union, on the contrary, inside out.

          Now, as America in the 70's, we are simply doing what we consider it necessary to do, without especially consulting with anyone. The only difference from TOY America is that we do everything in strict accordance with international law, America has always vetoed any laws, international and human, with a parting.

          America today, like the Union in the 70s, supports all sorts of cannibals (like Bokassa), is ready to give money to any garbage, if only they support it in words, shouts at every corner about "Moscow's militaristic plans" ... Like the Union under Gorbat America today is not going anywhere - always "something goes wrong" ... All this against the background of censorship in the American media, false propaganda, which the ideological department of the CPSU Central Committee never dreamed of. And also, let the liberals throw me down with tsany rags, but multiplied by the seams in the US economy - whoever traveled to the United States and entered American stores, he knows that "Chinese China" in their stores is no less than ours, and America's GDP rests on the Fed - it is easy to raise GDP when you count it in dollars, and you print as many dollars as you need ...

          Of course, I'm not talking about an absolute shifter, but US rhetoric today is VERY similar to the rhetoric of the USSR during the Cold War. The only difference is that they are smart enough to unleash a second Caribbean crisis, but not smart enough to withstand it. Chykanut is the same as under Nikita ...

          In the 81 year, no one even in America could imagine that in ten years the USSR would cease to exist. AND Now you can laugh at the fact that the United States is moving towards its end. But the clock is already ticking, the alarm has been started ...
          1. gladcu2
            gladcu2 29 February 2016 22: 32
            0
            Zoldat

            Absolutely accurately said and did not even fix it. True, there is one BUT. You correctly share the Gorbachev Union of Time. But the Union is still not worthy of your criticism before Gorbachev. You have a controversial statement. But overall, you're right.
        3. Kent0001
          Kent0001 29 February 2016 10: 49
          0
          And we solve them .. slowly.
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      3. SRC P-15
        SRC P-15 29 February 2016 09: 21
        +2
        According to the Permanent Representative, the time has come to fight the “IG” (“Daesh”), and this fight is “the only way to put an end to the protracted conflict” and defeat the terrorists.

        I wonder what the United States has been doing there so far. It turns out that we said correctly that they are not fighting IS, but only create visibility!
      4. gergi
        gergi 29 February 2016 10: 45
        +2
        Russia needs a field for maneuver; war narrows this field. Let the diplomats work, and the guns will cool down the red-hot trunks a little. It’s never too late to start a war, you don’t have much mind, look at Erdogash. He needs only war. Russia and the Turks have opposite interests.
      5. Altona
        Altona 29 February 2016 11: 37
        0
        Quote: Pravdarm
        And deliberate delirium of Bradblev only confirms this!

        --------------------
        In general, such unbridled rhetoric of the military of NATO and the US is amazing. Still, Obama, as if he does not belong to him, is trying to pursue a policy of smoothing out some sharp confrontations, even though we are talking about sanctions and other things. But through Kerry is trying to act with diplomatic leverage. And then the general general, even the commander in chief, begins to sculpt his vision of events without any subordination, and how he will deploy regiments to attack there, send fleets of ships and, in general, who Russia is is food for the West. The military from the Pentagon and NATO and their lobbyists in Congress have already lost their shores from arrogance. Give money and give a bomb! That’s all their simple doctrine and concept.
        1. Nyrobsky
          Nyrobsky 29 February 2016 23: 11
          0
          Quote: Altona
          Still, Obama, as if he does not belong to him, is trying to pursue a policy of smoothing out some sharp confrontations, even though we are talking about sanctions and other things.

          What can he do? All his policies, both domestic and foreign, are the most disastrous in the history of the United States. He does not want to go down in history as a "loser" president.
          All his "merits", be it Iran's nuclear program or Syria's chemical weapons, paradoxically, were achieved with the help and participation of Russia. Without Russia, Obama would already be bogged down in the American-Iranian-Syrian conflict up to his ears, against the backdrop of unfinished business in Iraq, Libya and Afghanistan.
          But apparently, this "swarthy guy" is one of those who do not remember "good".
          Here, before leaving, Obama decided to put on the mask of a peacemaker, so that the Nobel Prize would not be taken away and fit into the truce, because he needs it only in order to calmly sit out his term, and then he will pass on "hemorrhoids" to his follower.
      6. DMB_95
        DMB_95 29 February 2016 12: 13
        +4
        After anyone's words: "... Russia must .." further conversation should be stopped immediately. It's up to us to decide what we should.
    2. The black
      The black 29 February 2016 09: 59
      +2
      This mumbled blank Breedlaw from the pantry of the theater of the absurdities of the State Department
      absolutely branded! In my opinion, the uncle has long been prof. not suitable. laughing
      1. Zoldat_A
        Zoldat_A 29 February 2016 10: 43
        +3
        [quote = Black] This mumbled blank Breedlaw from the pantry of the theater of the absurdities of the State Department
        absolutely branded! In my opinion uncle long prof. not suitable. [/ Quote]
        Remember the principle of appointment at the posts of J. Swift in Lilliputia? Galloping on a thread, those who jump higher will take a higher position. So in America now, and after it in many countries controlled by it - not the best professional position gets, and who jumps higher and barks louder to Moscow ...
        1. gladcu2
          gladcu2 29 February 2016 22: 40
          0
          Zoldat

          Under capitalism, not the best wins, but the strong. This is a competition system leading to a strong monopoly. Under Stalin's socialism, this was a slogan from everyone, whenever possible, to each according to work.
      2. dmi.pris
        dmi.pris 29 February 2016 12: 57
        +1
        I thought that he was no longer alive .. Logically, he should throw himself out of the window, shouting "The Russians are coming .."
    3. Samen
      Samen 29 February 2016 10: 36
      +1
      And only the lonely old warrior Bridlav warns: Russia has set out to “rewrite” the rules of world order.

      WORLD ORDER? Well, well ... AND THIS is said by a representative of a country whose doctrine is "controlled chaos"! No, for a long time, no "order". If you look at the globe, there is a "complete mess" around the world.
    4. vkl-47
      vkl-47 29 February 2016 10: 48
      +1
      His last name is spelled correctly
    5. siberalt
      siberalt 29 February 2016 11: 40
      0
      Themselves naughty, and hang on Russia, as in Ukraine. In general, whoever Syria did not "invite" to bomb its territory should be declared aggressors. Otherwise, Assad settled well. Or should Russia do this for him too?
  2. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 29 February 2016 09: 10
    +2
    Russia must use its influence to ensure positive results in the ceasefire in Syria

    Once again, Russia owes something to someone. When will the Anglo-Saxons owe anything for what they have done in BV, North Africa, Ukraine, etc.
  3. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 29 February 2016 09: 10
    +5
    Bridlaf is right. Russia intends to rewrite the rules of international affairs. But not his own, but Yusovskys.
    As the striped-eared ones decide to destroy another country "according to their own rules," so let them look around, no matter how Russia hears. Otherwise, it will break the whole game at once.
    1. venaya
      venaya 29 February 2016 09: 42
      +1
      “Russia does not want to challenge the accepted rules of the international order. She wants to rewrite them. ”

      Indeed, the current rules of the international order, based on the force of deadly weapons, the power of money, and also the completely biased and very influential force of deceitful media, Russia is simply forced to rewrite the rules of the international order in order to survive itself and allow others to live. It is very likely that some of today's rulers dislike this position, but we are left with no other choice, otherwise slavery is unlimited, with all the ensuing consequences.
  4. RomanS
    RomanS 29 February 2016 09: 14
    +5
    Thanks to Oleg for the review. Although the rhetoric of Western journalists is specific:
    “Russia must turn words into actions and use its unique influence on the Assad regime ... If Russia manages to do this, the West will finally receive“ much-needed confidence ”... If Moscow does not, the“ spiral of violence ”will unfold and farther.
    Amazing! Who are the judges? Those who created this situation, and now want to remain viewers behind the scenes, ignoring the problems at home.
    1. Pirogov
      Pirogov 29 February 2016 11: 32
      0
      Who exactly are the judges? And Russia should begin to unnerve this rhetoric ...
  5. Dam
    Dam 29 February 2016 09: 15
    +1
    Some kind of circus is inadequate. Well, everything is clear with Bradlife, our patient, but what about the rest of the menagerie? Adequate on Capitol Hill is not and is not expected. The same Trump, if he enters the White House, will significantly change rhetoric, or catch a bullet like Kennedy. In general, to improve relations with Fashington, you need to develop and improve your army and navy. Then it will be easier to be friends
    1. AdekvatNICK
      AdekvatNICK 29 February 2016 09: 17
      +3
      Trump will not be allowed to win. U.S. voters do not decide anything at all. Clinton will be president.
      1. Dam
        Dam 29 February 2016 11: 31
        0
        All the better. Strategically, the more headless the president of Matrasistan will be, the faster this evil country will go off the run. Because global hopes there are not worth it. The country of victorious Masons is beyond human logic and values.
  6. PKK
    PKK 29 February 2016 09: 17
    0
    The state of thinking of any traders, and what I will have from this. And what is useful, but not profitable, I do not need. So we have in Russia. Only if they pay, I will do useful, but again expensive. It’s not interesting to buy cheap, pot. That there’s no profit from it, a waste of time. If you need expensive equipment, then they can take a good margin from it. There is no Stalin on them. He would teach such wise men to love their homeland.
  7. Nikolay71
    Nikolay71 29 February 2016 09: 19
    0
    Peaceful statements are certainly good. I would like to see confirmation by deeds.
  8. Wolka
    Wolka 29 February 2016 09: 23
    0
    the general stupidity of the general Yankees rolls over ...
  9. cergey51046
    cergey51046 29 February 2016 09: 26
    +2
    Matthew Rycroft believes that Russia owes ... Russia owes nothing to anyone.
  10. engineer74
    engineer74 29 February 2016 09: 35
    0
    ... USA Donald Trump consults on foreign policy with the former head of RUMO, and he calls for close cooperation with Russia.

    What is their habit? As soon as it becomes "ex", it is immediately adequate and climbs into Russia's friends!
    Interestingly, Breedlove also wiser in retirement? wassat
  11. shinobi
    shinobi 29 February 2016 10: 04
    0
    Trump is a businessman from a citizen, that’s all said. They go by the principle: you can’t win, become a friend. About Bridlava, you want to, but you can’t. it will seem a little rascal.
  12. surrozh
    surrozh 29 February 2016 10: 11
    0
    Russia does not rewrite the rules, but follows them as well as the United States (whoever needs it, I will bomb it) and even listens to the UN. But here Bridlaw’s speech speaks about the instability of the power vertical — some general refutes the President. In the Russian Federation, the general would have been retired even before the end of his speech (at least).
  13. Same lech
    Same lech 29 February 2016 10: 13
    0
    how to find a way to coexist.


    In a situation where NATO has already approached our borders and is rattling weapons ... this is very problematic.
  14. parusnik
    parusnik 29 February 2016 10: 19
    +2
    In his opinion, such strikes have “almost zero military usefulness” and are intended to achieve other goals: “make people” flee. ... Well, yes, when Americans shoot the weddings, it is of great benefit .. And how many years the USA allegedly has been fighting ISIS without a radical change, until the Russian VKS intervened ..
  15. Mikhail m
    Mikhail m 29 February 2016 10: 31
    0
    The diplomat bluntly stated: Russia should use its influence to help end the “Islamic state” in Syria.

    How famously with the words are treated. Russia must HELP to end. A fly sitting on a horse can also claim that the horse helped her to plow.
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  17. Spartanez300
    Spartanez300 29 February 2016 10: 42
    +1
    And this is said by a person living in the territory of a state (USA) which always and everywhere violates these rules, and 90% of all modern warriors and coups occurred with the knowledge of this country, it is strange to hear from a person’s mouth about violating rights and order.
  18. Vetal999
    Vetal999 29 February 2016 10: 51
    0
    Everything is clear and correctly stated.
  19. triglav
    triglav 29 February 2016 11: 01
    0
    We write his last name incorrectly. It is necessary Bredlav.
  20. kotvov
    kotvov 29 February 2016 11: 06
    0
    He defended the Pentagon’s request for a budget for fiscal 2017, namely the “fourfold increase”,
    this is the true goal of all the NON-WORD.
  21. evge-malyshev
    evge-malyshev 29 February 2016 11: 27
    +1
    Quote:
    British Permanent Representative to the United Nations Matthew Rycroft believes that Russia should use your influence to ensure positive ceasefire in Syria.

    Again, Russia owes something to someone. And not a word about himself and his allies. Sami brewed this ugly porridge, and Russia should disentangle. Even if some positive results of the truce are achieved, they will still be attributed to the Western coalition: "There are many of us, you (Russia) alone. Shut up."
  22. Andrei946
    Andrei946 29 February 2016 11: 35
    0
    Quote: F. Bridlav
    “Russia does not want to challenge the accepted rules of international order. She wants to rewrite them. ”
    Russia simply offers the world its own concept of development, the level of global responsibility, as opposed to the concept of the Western one, which is why some comrades will be worn out. And so from the speakers at the UN General Assembly there were only two: Obama and Putin. Which essentially announced these two concepts.
    It seems that the intensity of the confrontation between the West and Russia is decreasing.
    It will continue to decline. The states need to be reformatted because it is no longer possible for global elites to tolerate such a level of consumption as in the United States. And there are two ways out. Either they are reformatted peacefully, or through cataclysms, because there are more contradictions within the States than there were inside the former USSR.
  23. Pilot200809
    Pilot200809 29 February 2016 12: 38
    0
    Imagine himself as the Joker from "Batman". Oh well . He finished very badly
  24. Waciak
    Waciak 29 February 2016 17: 12
    +1
    Breedlove is clearly bored. There is a saying that a dog who has nothing to work licks himself an egg. It’s difficult for Bridlavovi to suggest this, but maybe to send him some Rubik's cube ?. laughing
  25. teascher
    teascher 29 February 2016 18: 23
    0
    Who knows the details of the deaths of 24 of our soldiers who fell under shelling in Syria? Accompanied humanitarian assistance. Reported February 22, brought on Saturday, most likely served in the 120th brigade.
  26. Stoler
    Stoler 29 February 2016 21: 09
    0
    Trump can not be trusted, all a lie !!!! am