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Letter to the British Foreign Secretary

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Letter to the British Foreign Secretary



Jeffrey Hammond, Foreign Minister of the British Empire, said yesterday that “Two years ago, Russia tried to justify the illegal occupation of the Crimea through a“ unilateral ”agreement on the annexation of the peninsula, in fact it was a land grab, simple and clear.” And he called "to return the Crimea to Ukraine."

Then he added that “Profanation of the vote became a mockery of democracy, organized in just two weeks, in the presence of the Russian military contingent and in the complete absence of international observers.”

How would I respond to such a statement if I worked at the Foreign Ministry of the Russian Federation? Now I will demonstrate.


Dear Sir Hammond!

We are very glad that you are concerned about the problem of illegal seizure of foreign territories. Therefore, we would like to follow your example when you free the illegally seized Falkland Islands.

Our position is clear - we do not recognize and do not recognize the illegal seizure of Falklands by the British Empire. The illegal annexation of the Falklands was an act of aggression. In the face of this aggression, we must unite to protect our values. We call on Britain to end the occupation and return the islands to Argentina.

We are also ready to join your righteous anger against the United States, which illegally annexed Puerto Rico, Hawaii, Texas and California. The oppressed inhabitants of Puerto Rico are brought to default by the occupiers, this cannot continue.

Texas is Mexico! Forget the Alamo! We demand an international tribunal over the war criminal self-appointed "general" Houston.

Also as part of the reunification of divided peoples, we would like to restore the territorial integrity of Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia, as well as return our legal property in Ingermanland, the Baltic States and Finland. It was bought by all the rules, so it must be returned to the rightful owners - the successors of the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union.

Well, when it comes to divided nations, we cannot, without bitterness, recall the fate of oppressed Irish people, whose millions of hearts demand the reunification of their divided homeland. Whose occupiers in Belfast are there? Oh, yours! Clean, please!

We are also outraged by the numerous violations and falsifications during the recent “referendum on the independence of Scotland”. Certainly, it was a low-grade farce, having nothing in common with the real will of this freedom-loving people.

Also, we should not forget about the right to self-determination of the indigenous peoples of Australia, Canada and New Zealand.

The invasion of British troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as the participation of British special forces in the overthrow of the legitimate government of Libya, also raises many questions. These shameful crimes should be given an unequivocal legal assessment.

And, unconditionally and indisputably, it is necessary once and for all to condemn the genocide of Indians in America and the artificial “potato” famine in Ireland.

And it’s very good that you started talking about “mocking democracy”. Because more ridicule over democracy than the House of Lords, in which the membership is inherited, it is impossible to even come up. In conditions when the hereditary upper chamber can block any decision of the elected lower one, any elections will inevitably turn into profanation and mockery of the will of the people.

Well, the existence of a monarchy, this atavism and relic of the dark middle ages, is unthinkable in the third millennium. Moreover, it is not entirely clear how a “constitutional monarchy” can exist in a country where there is still no Constitution.

Dear Sir Hammond! We recognize the leading civilizational role of Great Britain, and are ready to follow its example in all the cases listed. We have no doubt that examples of "how to" will follow in the near future. True?
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  1. Bacha
    Bacha 24 March 2016 05: 45
    +33
    Our Crimea! Humble yourself!
    1. Lyton
      Lyton 24 March 2016 05: 47
      +16
      Anglo-Saxons, as always, teach everyone how to live and what to do.
      1. Bykov.
        Bykov. 24 March 2016 05: 54
        +15
        Profanity Voting Mocked Democracy

        This is an election in the UK - profanity. There, to the election of the Prime Minister, the voter is not even allowed.
        1. Tatyana
          Tatyana 24 March 2016 06: 02
          +58
          Ha! Brilliantly answered! I am delighted! fellow
          The author Alexander Rogers will immediately be hired by the Russian Foreign Ministry!
          He will be a valuable shot there for Russia! good

          To the author 100 000 ++ !!! drinks
          1. mirag2
            mirag2 24 March 2016 07: 07
            +6
            Britain became the locomotive of the information war against the Russian Federation. It will adjoin the Baltic states, Poland (in the 2nd MV England England was warming the Polish government in exile, and there are a lot of Poles there), and of course Ukraine. If previously the Baltic states were only yapping, now Ukraine is capable of more radical (war) steps.
            1. mirag2
              mirag2 24 March 2016 07: 09
              .
              And Rogers’s priest ... I’m afraid if not now, then in a year they will spread rot in Europe, like Graham Philips in Latvia, like Kasparov and Borov.
              1. vovanpain
                vovanpain 24 March 2016 07: 43
                +31
                Quote: mirag2
                like Kasparov and Borov.

                Are you so worried about these renegades?
                Quote: mirag2
                And Rogers’s priest ... I’m afraid if not now, then in a year he will be spread rot in Europe, like Graham Philips in Latvia,

                This is purple for Alexander, as is Graham.
      2. sgazeev
        sgazeev 24 March 2016 07: 09
        +10
        Quote: Lyton
        Anglo-Saxons, as always, teach everyone how to live and what to do.

        I demand the release of the kiwi bird in addition to the kiwi fruit.
        1. Baloo
          Baloo 25 March 2016 21: 12
          0
          I join the legal protest of my colleague sgazeev!
          All progressive humanity must unite in a single impulse to fight for the rights of the bird. So I got tired of these arrogant Saxons that I won’t have dinner again today. crying bully
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        3. andrey-ivanov
          andrey-ivanov 26 March 2016 17: 12
          +1
          I demand to release the kiwi bird

          The bird can not be freed, because it is not there. By the way, did the British carry out the genocide and the complete destruction of the kiwi? Protest?
    2. GYGOLA
      GYGOLA 24 March 2016 19: 43
      +5
      We are very glad that you are concerned about the problem of illegal seizure of foreign territories. Therefore, we would like to follow your example when you free the illegally seized Falkland Islands.
      This is not so. Reminding them of the Falkland Islands as an example of comparison means recognizing war, blockade and occupation in Crimea, which, naturally, wasn’t there at all. There was a referendum of the Crimeans themselves as a result of a coup (revolution). ) of this referendum (choice) Crimean was taken not only under the protection of polite people of the Russian Federation, but also as the basis for the creation of the Republic of Crimea as a subject of the Russian Federation.
    3. Vkill
      Vkill 25 March 2016 11: 57
      +3
      Crimea - Russia. Donbass - Russia. South Ossetia, Abkhazia - Russia ... Everything - Russia, except Kosovo.
      Kosovo - Serbia!
      1. ksv1973
        ksv1973 26 March 2016 03: 33
        +1
        Quote: VKill
        Crimea - Russia. Donbass - Russia. South Ossetia, Abkhazia - Russia ... Everything - Russia, except Kosovo.
        Kosovo - Serbia!

        And Serbia is also Russia! With one condition - Kosovo is either fenced with a fence five meters high, or burned out with napalm - and after that it is fenced with a five meter high fence. Russia does not need this.
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  2. Nevsky_ZU
    Nevsky_ZU 24 March 2016 05: 46
    +52
    All these letters are for the internal consumption of our society. Now, if the Russian Foreign Ministry summoned the Ambassador of England to the carpet after they had been made out by the Minister of Foreign Affairs about the Crimea, would have given him a note of protest and linked it all to the Falkland Islands and Northern Ireland, then another matter. And so we know so that they ..... hi
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    2. sgazeev
      sgazeev 24 March 2016 07: 10
      +6
      Quote: Nevsky_ZU
      All these letters are for the internal consumption of our society. Now, if the Russian Foreign Ministry summoned the Ambassador of England to the carpet after they had been made out by the Minister of Foreign Affairs about the Crimea, would have given him a note of protest and linked it all to the Falkland Islands and Northern Ireland, then another matter. And so we know so that they ..... hi

      100500 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++
  3. Same lech
    Same lech 24 March 2016 05: 46
    +7
    Posted by Alexander Rogers.


    Bravo Alexander ... you will not find fault with your logic and facts .. everything is correct and adequate smile

    I recommend communicating with opponents such as HAMMOND that way ... I guarantee hysteria on their part.
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 24 March 2016 05: 52
      +7
      our VKS, in fact, doesn’t measure work ... Texas should be freed, Hawaii should be attached ... a hammond would be silent, wouldn’t wake the beast in us, otherwise we will help Scotland ... wassat
    2. Tatar 174
      Tatar 174 24 March 2016 06: 50
      0
      Quote: The same LYOKHA
      Bravo Alexander ...

      Everything is very healthy noticed! Please correct only in the text instead of the potato city for potato hunger, the rest is insignificant.
  4. Bykov.
    Bykov. 24 March 2016 05: 48
    +2
    How was it that there were no international observers? Observers were invited, and those who wanted to, arrived and saw for themselves in what conditions the referendum was held. It is necessary to bring this HAMmond to the Crimea, so that the Crimeans would explain everything to him as it should, just like in the photo to the article.
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      1. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov 24 March 2016 06: 11
        0
        Quote: Andrey Yurievich
        Sanya R, you can also "punish" ... what is already there.

        You can’t send the Foreign Minister in clear text; this is not politically correct laughing
        Hello and from 6 you tongue
  5. Bureaucrat
    Bureaucrat 24 March 2016 05: 49
    +4
    It’s useless for the British to say this. They have double standards, so nothing will happen. Let them bark, and our caravan will go further.
  6. Mikhail m
    Mikhail m 24 March 2016 05: 49
    +8
    Somehow, we are embarrassed by their faces to poke their own guano. Or information capacities are sorely lacking. And they have in abundance.
  7. shinobi
    shinobi 24 March 2016 05: 49
    +1
    Does it make sense to answer?

    PS: Concerning demands and appeals, there is a popular wisdom — never ask for something you yourself cannot take.
    1. Same lech
      Same lech 24 March 2016 05: 53
      +10
      Does it make sense to answer?


      Be sure to answer in double ... triple size, for silence in response is a sign of consent.
      Anglo-Saxons do not withstand a tough rebuff at all ... historically, this has been proved.
  8. aszzz888
    aszzz888 24 March 2016 06: 04
    +1
    Well the author told in the letter. It’s a pity that you can’t add stronger, but I want it so much !!! Angla it - fool
  9. Hooks
    Hooks 24 March 2016 06: 04
    +10
    The solid five! Just a couple of remarks: tries ... is written separately, and deb ... with a capital letter, after all, you are addressing the foreign minister.
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 24 March 2016 06: 08
      +3
      Quote: Hooks
      Just a couple of comments: nah ... written separately,

      for spelling, please contact Alexander Romanov, he will explain what, where, when and how to write ... wassat
  10. avg-mgn
    avg-mgn 24 March 2016 06: 13
    0
    Excellent! In the style of Lavrov, he whipped and tore.
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  12. Uncle lee
    Uncle lee 24 March 2016 06: 27
    +17
    In Britain, everyone drives great, so it’s called United Kingdom
    1. Tatar 174
      Tatar 174 24 March 2016 07: 09
      +1
      Quote: Uncle Lee
      Great - Great Britain
      laughing good
  13. avg-mgn
    avg-mgn 24 March 2016 06: 32
    +5
    "The profanity of voting has become a mockery of democracy, organized literally in two weeks, in the presence of the Russian military contingent and in the complete absence of international observers."

    What prevented Kiev from holding a referendum in Crimea in the presence of the Ukrainian military contingent there at that time and in the presence of international observers? The answer is known - the result would be the same - Crimea Ukraine is not a sister, home to Russia.
    1. oldzek
      oldzek 24 March 2016 17: 08
      0
      not a wife but just so familiar ...
  14. ovod84
    ovod84 24 March 2016 06: 36
    +7
    What is the difference whether Crimea was a part of Ukraine, it was captured by us thanks to the population and special forces and the Ukrainians could not protect it. It looks something like this, I met my colleague’s wife and took him away, at her request, and now she lives with me and her husband rushes about like a fish and complains to everyone that I took his wife away. And it looks comical
  15. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 24 March 2016 06: 53
    +5
    The possible answer is certainly good, but not a pity for diplomacy. Russian diplomacy, adhering to the established principles, will swallow another boorish statement of the Anglo-Saxon, or, at best, will answer the duty officers: "We are concerned ...". And how I would like to finally say directly to the impudent Western zenki everything that we think about them.
    1. sgazeev
      sgazeev 24 March 2016 07: 41
      +1
      Quote: rotmistr60
      The possible answer is certainly good, but not a pity for diplomacy. Russian diplomacy, adhering to the established principles, will swallow another boorish statement of the Anglo-Saxon, or, at best, will answer the duty officers: "We are concerned ...". And how I would like to finally say directly to the impudent Western zenki everything that we think about them.

      This is a repeat of the desires of the monkey and the jaw. The British press is agitated and buzzing all day: On the way from the church on one of the paths of Windsor Park, Elizabeth II traveled around the lawn on her Jaguar (and this was taken off by the paparazzi).

      The British press also sarcastically remarks that the Queen is supposed to be fine, because by law she is the only person in the United Kingdom who has the right to drive without a license.
      Young people did not immediately understand who was driving. When they realized that it was the queen herself, surprise and delight knew no bounds. Snobbery beats over the edge, the nag couldn’t even pass on its rights.
  16. SklochPensioner
    SklochPensioner 24 March 2016 07: 06
    +4
    "Letter to the British Foreign Secretary"

    Alexander Rogers, don't feed the troll! laughing
  17. Tatar 174
    Tatar 174 24 March 2016 07: 14
    +5
    And where did their European tolerance go, which they are immensely proud of? Be patient and get used to it.
  18. sgazeev
    sgazeev 24 March 2016 07: 45
    +6
    In Britain, everyone drives great, so the name is Britain.
  19. Signaller
    Signaller 24 March 2016 07: 53
    +10
    Recall Repin and his picture
  20. Erg
    Erg 24 March 2016 09: 14
    +3
    The author - do not throw beads in front of pigs. Just send on. We will play according to our rules. It's high time already.
  21. Wolka
    Wolka 24 March 2016 09: 20
    0
    it is said quite diplomatically, a priori diplomacy is not verbiage, but nevertheless it is simple and accessible for the layman and for imagining himself a celestial Hammond in particular ... before rummaging through someone else's closet, restore order at home, to begin with, at least in your pockets .. .
  22. mikh-korsakov
    mikh-korsakov 24 March 2016 09: 25
    +4
    And I would not waste time composing an answer to this character named "minister". I would answer briefly and clearly. "Whose Crimea is none of your business, sir."
  23. atamankko
    atamankko 24 March 2016 10: 14
    +1
    The sirs cannot understand themselves, but they love to advise, real "democrats".
  24. Ros 56
    Ros 56 24 March 2016 10: 24
    +1
    Alexander the Great "vivat", well, and to this English boor, the proposal "whose would bellow, but yours would be silent." The Indians will bill you for the sepoys.
  25. Vetal999
    Vetal999 24 March 2016 10: 41
    +1
    This bloke will most likely say that he does not know the names of the territories that are listed in the letter. Dumbass pretend.
    The answer is good, but it is "beads in front of the pig".
  26. BARKHAN
    BARKHAN 24 March 2016 10: 59
    +14
    Chic article. Only the stocks of the British Empire are much larger.
    For example, in Australia, until the middle of the 20th century, Aboriginal people were officially considered animals, with all the consequences ... And they were destroyed no less than Indians in America.
  27. drop
    drop 24 March 2016 11: 00
    0
    Beautiful letter, you can also add Cyprus. I have the honor.
  28. BARKHAN
    BARKHAN 24 March 2016 11: 03
    +4
    One can rightly recall the genocide of the local population in India.
    Some minuses to the article are not visible. Where doubters and sympathizers?
    Where are the screams about Kremlin propaganda and Putin’s hand? Where, Churchill come, the order of the sight?
  29. Stalnov I.P.
    Stalnov I.P. 24 March 2016 11: 23
    +1
    The plucked British lion, which has practically completely lost its pride and now not one lioness gives it to him, you know, the guy blew the roof.
  30. pafegosoff
    pafegosoff 24 March 2016 19: 02
    +3
    And how many of our statesmen, officials and other people have anyway influence on the life, mood and political orientation of the people — relatives (live, study, have business) and capital abroad?
    This legion is listening to London and Washington.
    And how will the hidden house in foreign countries be taken away and the bill seized?
    And absolutely everything is hooked by financial intelligence.
    They suspect it. And they are slowly sabotaging.
    So that when the hour of "X" comes, appear before the representative of the chief bourgeois and report: "We were with you!"
    It is to them that Euro-American officials and "experts" address statements about Russia.
  31. Ivan Zadunaisky
    Ivan Zadunaisky 24 March 2016 19: 12
    0
    This statement must be posted in the British media.
    It is unlikely that the media that posted such a statement will last more than one day after publication.
  32. Aandrewsir
    Aandrewsir 24 March 2016 21: 47
    -1
    Is it necessary to debate with "the enemy, de ... bil and just pathological freedom ...?"
  33. Militia
    Militia 24 March 2016 23: 59
    +1
    Our answer to Chamberlain
    The British media disseminated information that Ukraine actually has no official borders. For 23 years of the existence of the state, its leaders did not bother to carry out official demarcation of borders, and this information was confirmed by UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.
    UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said that Ukraine has no official borders with Russia while it remains the administrative district of the USSR
    http://www.business-gazeta.ru/article/101417/
    So that:
    AUTHOR QUOTE - British Empire Foreign Secretary Jeffrey Hammond said yesterday .....
    Your application is not substantiated. And your card is (speckled) a bit.
    CRIMEA - ALWAYS WAS, IS AND WILL BE RUSSIAN
    Teach the materiel citizen Minister Hammond. Or at the extreme, read your media. And then you will not be so ashamed of not learning school lessons in childhood.
  34. Torins
    Torins 25 March 2016 00: 22
    +1
    Quote: Militia
    Our answer to Chamberlain
    The British media disseminated information that Ukraine actually has no official borders. For 23 years of the existence of the state, its leaders did not bother to carry out official demarcation of borders, and this information was confirmed by UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.
    UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said that Ukraine has no official borders with Russia while it remains the administrative district of the USSR
    http://www.business-gazeta.ru/article/101417/
    So that:
    AUTHOR QUOTE - British Empire Foreign Secretary Jeffrey Hammond said yesterday .....
    Your application is not substantiated. And your card is (speckled) a bit.
    CRIMEA - ALWAYS WAS, IS AND WILL BE RUSSIAN
    Teach the materiel citizen Minister Hammond. Or at the extreme, read your media. And then you will not be so ashamed of not learning school lessons in childhood.

    Yes, they do not care for the mat part and everything else. Tomorrow they will declare Siberia native German territory and demand from the Russian Federation an immediate return of their property, and everyone in the EU and the USA will believe them.
    Forget about justice and honesty when the enemy neglects this. You put yourself in an unfavorable position trying to prove something to someone. History remembers the winners and not the honest ones! Build on this!
  35. b wassil
    b wassil 25 March 2016 02: 43
    0
    What democracy is the LYCEPHEMISM their banner with the face of JANUS.
  36. complete zero
    complete zero 25 March 2016 06: 56
    0
    Quote: mirag2
    And Rogers’s priest ... I’m afraid if not now, then in a year they will spread rot in Europe, like Graham Philips in Latvia, like Kasparov and Borov.

    Well, how not to spread rotter Kasparov? ... there was a person who didn’t bother to move chips (and not bad) and you got a bite from a man to go into politics, and even teach a foreign country how to live?
    1. goose
      goose 25 March 2016 17: 23
      +1
      Quote: complete zero

      Well, how not to spread rotter Kasparov? ... there was a person who didn’t bother to move chips (and not bad) and you got a bite from a man to go into politics, and even teach a foreign country how to live?

      At the age of 25 he tried to get into politics. This is a favorite hobby like football and young girls.
  37. complete zero
    complete zero 25 March 2016 07: 08
    0
    (you will be minus this hour))) - Crimea is of course our land, but all the cheese is boron due to the fact that the chief executive officer of historical sciences Yeltsin in 91, during the division of territories, assigned it (in fact) to Ukraine .. .that they are poking us with this very Budapest agreement .. where it is written in black and white (and this is a serious piece of paper) that Russia respects the territorial integrity of Ukraine .... Ivashov once let slip that - "Putin's actions in the Crimea are the best of the worst." ... in general, we got caught ... all the cheese boron because of this ... how not to twist the paper, then signed ... to hold now this very referendum with the participation of Europe or the United States, anyway the result would be OUR maybe this today's howl of offended Ukrainians would have died out? (IMHO)
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    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 25 March 2016 07: 17
      0
      Quote: complete zero
      DEAR SITE ADMINISTS, TAKE FROM ME THIS bugger-RAG.

      Contact your provider or change your aipi yourself.
  39. vic58
    vic58 25 March 2016 10: 37
    0
    FREEDOM OF A PARROT !!!!
    1. Mikhail Harichev
      Mikhail Harichev 26 March 2016 17: 03
      0
      The parrots now, not freedom, not democracy ..
  40. South Ural
    South Ural 25 March 2016 11: 08
    +2
    SB since the Crimean War of 1853-1855 He (Crimea) haunts the British. I agree with the author - let him first deal with his colonial conquests. As the colonies fled, it became harder to keep the level, and, British? The brain must be included. And here we always, without colonies, somehow won the Second World War, where would you be without the USSR and the resilience of our allied peoples! Nothing, let's return the USSR, then we'll see ...
  41. Denis Skiff
    Denis Skiff 25 March 2016 13: 44
    0
    who slammed a minus article?))
    1. Mikhail Harichev
      Mikhail Harichev 26 March 2016 17: 01
      0
      I do not know. I'm not a teacher at all ...
  42. Rostislav
    Rostislav 25 March 2016 13: 48
    +2
    Will there be military translators in VO?
    Who will undertake to translate this message to Hammond? And publish in the Times as an open letter. I am sure that not only I will be ready to sign this message.
    And to accurately publish, buy 1/8 of the sheet for advertising and post a message there.
    1. Mikhail Harichev
      Mikhail Harichev 26 March 2016 17: 00
      0
      He answered: WWII.
  43. tvel
    tvel 25 March 2016 16: 50
    0
    We need to talk about this more often and talk a lot so that people understand who these "fighters for democratic values" are.
  44. vik.nik.2016
    vik.nik.2016 25 March 2016 20: 29
    +3
    but in fact, who and when began to consider the British a democracy? I think it was imposed on us, and even convinced, and whoever doubts it is still hammered.
    1. captain sarcasm
      captain sarcasm 26 March 2016 08: 43
      -6
      but in fact, who and when began to consider the British a democracy?

      Well, for example, our oligarchs. they prefer to be sued in a London court than in a Basmanny.
  45. infantry76
    infantry76 25 March 2016 22: 55
    0
    Good letter! In the English style.
    Yes, old England in her role! Loves to teach and incite everyone! Apparently they remembered the XNUMXth century and the Crimean War.
    But now is another time and other realities. And Russia is different, as if they did not want to in Britain. Take it easy, gentlemen, lords and lords, peers and sirs! In your opinion it will not be.
    I have the honor! soldier
  46. Andrey VOV
    Andrey VOV 26 March 2016 10: 04
    0
    The answer to this English "comrade" could be generally very short and succinct: "Mister Hammond, go to f ... poo !!!!!"
  47. Mikhail Harichev
    Mikhail Harichev 26 March 2016 16: 57
    0
    Respected! Do not break the rules of the site! I ask you to! You will be banned! crying
  48. dvg1959
    dvg1959 26 March 2016 17: 47
    0
    Western democracy is a profanation, a mockery of freedom and the right of nations to self-determination. Britain is the henpecked USA, an ardent representative of a clique of "democratic" states, "fighters for human rights" in other states. Moreover, this struggle is carried out exclusively in a military, aggressive way and is accompanied by the destruction of a huge number of innocent civilians.
  49. sergmik
    sergmik 26 March 2016 22: 33
    0
    at all times, for those who strive for us, the Anglo-Saxon face is visible to the Motherland
  50. Former battalion commander
    Former battalion commander 26 March 2016 23: 44
    0
    The helplessness, toothlessness and open laziness of the Russian Foreign Ministry are already a parable. Because of this, Russia looks like a whipping boy incapable of even arguing and tough to object to the openly useless attacks of the "teachers of democracy." An example of a possible response to ANY attacks on Russia is this article. Of course, everything said in the article should be dressed in "diplomatic form". My opinion Lavrov has not been catching mice for a long time, even in a simple information pick. Shake up the Russian Foreign Ministry, but there is no one to get used to all to the detriment of the country.