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British diplomacy. What kind of beast?

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Recently, the popular Urals blogger Sergey Kolyasnikov (zergulio) published materials on how the British consulate in Yekaterinburg is trying to strengthen its position in the political and economic elites of the Urals. At the same time, Sergey reports that British consular officials began to use Russian citizens to some degree or another, actually transferring consular powers to them, without attracting particular attention to themselves.


In one of the materials Zerg It says that the role of the functionary of the British diplomatic mission in the Urals has been fulfilled for some time by the citizen of the Russian Federation Elena Chesnokova, who “on behalf of and on behalf of” meets with regional officials, represents the interests of the consulate during certain court sessions, and generally conducts very active work on the good of the united kingdom.

British diplomacy. What kind of beast?


In the photo, in addition to the employee of the British diplomatic mission in Yekaterinburg and the aforementioned “authorized representative” (E. Chesnokova), the chairman of the Presidium of the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences Valery Charushin and other representatives of the scientific and political community of the Ural Federal District.

In another article, Sergey Kolyasnikov shares information that persons hired by the British consulate in Yekaterinburg as "proxies" and even heads of entire consular departments, were trained in Kiev at the time. From the letter that in your blog Sergey Kolyasnikov publishes:

Good day! Consider me your old reader and just a friend.

We will never see each other: I do not live in Russia. Impressed by the morning article about the work of Britain in the Urals, I want to report interesting facts that I myself witnessed.

Approximately February 21-25 February 2016 in Kiev held closed for the Russian (and not only) public meetings, which were organized by the British Foreign Office for the employees of their structures in the CIS countries and Russia from among the heads of political departments in the British consular offices. Just one of the most "welcome" guests was Elena Chesnokova, who traveled to Kiev especially for this purpose.

I hope you can do something about it: it is not too late. By the way, I got this business card from her there.




Frankly, this material on Sergey’s blog can hardly be called a sensation. Well, simply because it is generally difficult to imagine the focus of the work of British diplomatic missions in various cities of Russia on at least an insignificant account of Russian interests. The conduct, if not frankly subversive, then, at least, highly dubious in relation to security issues in Russia, distinguished the British "partners" at all times. So it was 200 years ago, 100 years ago, it was during the Cold War, it was the same in the initial period after the collapse of the USSR, and so it is now. British diplomacy has long been a tool not for bringing countries closer together, but for deploying an entire agent network, the scope of which is yet to be assessed. Although, according to the publications of Edward Snowden, it is already well known how far the Anglo-American system of both total surveillance and other manifestations of the actions of Western intelligence services has gone. The same Ms. Chesnokova is one of the many cogs in this whole gigantic system that performs its strictly defined functions.

It is possible that someone will speak out on this issue with objections, stating that, say, the author goes too far, that the activities of the British embassy and regional consulates are being carried out taking into account Russian interests, too. I do not want to disappoint such people, but to realize the essence of the so-called British diplomacy, just look at website of the embassy of the United Kingdom In Russian federation. On the main page of this site in the section “Our goal” black and white is written (typed):

The British Embassy in Moscow represents the United Kingdom government in its relations with the Russian government and helps the development of British interests in Russia by mutually beneficial cooperation of both countries.


As can be seen, in the first place is not mutually beneficial cooperation, but still the development of British interests in Russia. And what interests did Britain have in Russia at all times and what now? I would like to believe that this is solely promotion of reprinted works of William “our” Shakespeare in the Russian library systems or, for example, an increase in commodity turnover, but it is unlikely ... Turnover is definitely not, for the British Prime Minister sometimes even more than Obama screams extend, but also tighten anti-Russian sanctions. Well, with the promotion of William "our" Shakespeare in Russia, as it were, without the "garlic" (with the Kiev courses behind him) they coped, and they will continue to cope ...

It just so happens that the whole история of our relationship comes down to the constant striving of Britain to contain Russia, and even better (for Britain) to total annihilation. And after all there are confirmations. So, quite recently a material appeared in the British press, which confirmed information about how Winston Churchill had once (and this was by historical standards not so long ago) asked US Senator Stiles Bridge to convince US President Harry Truman to drop an atomic bomb to Moscow. The atomic bomb ... On Moscow ... According to Churchill, such a move could turn the USSR "into a minor problem." This is all "ally". This is the whole western "democracy" ...

If someone believes that in the desires of the political elites of Britain, something has fundamentally changed since then, then it is time to stop looking to the West exclusively through rose-colored glasses. Those more that the West itself has these glasses and removed from the majority of those who still hoped for a real partnership with the western "friends" on equal terms ... Well, they do not know how to equal, do not want! All British "diplomacy" has been built on this postulate since the days of colonialism. But who said that the colonialism of Britain remained in the past? ..
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  1. USSR 1971
    USSR 1971 10 June 2016 05: 31
    +49
    I feel nothing but disgust from the words "cooperation with the West." More than 20 years of a clear example of licimeria, lies, envy and hatred on the part of European and American partners.
    "Suitcase, train station, London", as our Ukrainian partners say.
    1. Stas157
      Stas157 10 June 2016 06: 57
      +24
      . For some time now, the functionary of the British diplomatic mission in the Urals has been played by a citizen of the Russian Federation, Elena Chesnokova, who “on behalf and on behalf of” holds meetings with regional officials, represents the interests of the consulate during certain court hearings
      yy
      For some reason, in Soviet times, citizens of the USSR did not serve the interests of foreign missions! And, if all of a sudden, there were such, then such immediately to the wall! And now, such, in esteemed citizens go, meetings with officials are held ...
      1. Wolverine
        Wolverine 10 June 2016 09: 21
        +18
        It's time to call the traitors and henchmen of the enemies of Russia by their own names and ask for the good of whom they work.
      2. Aroma77
        Aroma77 10 June 2016 13: 37
        +2
        Are you talking about the FSB major - Chesnokova ?.) That's how they took and handed over our agent inadvertently.) In general, this information is not worth close attention. Everything on the surface is unlikely to be of value. But those who really lead to subversive activities, I think they still need to search. What I hope, our bodies are successfully engaged. And meetings with officials and other things, it’s better here to know the enemy and traitors in person and on a pencil in order to bring them into action in a timely manner. And so any dip. mission and its representation are spies. Everyone knows this very well.
      3. OlegLex
        OlegLex 10 June 2016 20: 28
        +1
        well, not immediately, and not at all, especially those who went to the enemy, not just for their own sake, but in the name of their homeland.
        Although in this particular case, this is hardly believed.
    2. carp
      carp 10 June 2016 07: 03
      -14%
      To her shackles, to her shackles !!! To erase the camp dust !!!
      1. ArhipenkoAndrey
        ArhipenkoAndrey 10 June 2016 08: 21
        +14
        The Englishwoman is a constant, irreconcilable and consistent ENEMY of Russia as a territory, regardless of the system and the conductors of this policy are also enemies, not even traitors but enemies. Britain of Russia brought only troubles, namely troubles with a huge number of victims, and this should be remembered to everyone who permits this destructive activity on the territory of the Russian Federation.
      2. razmik72
        razmik72 10 June 2016 09: 30
        +4
        Quote: carpag
        To her shackles, to her shackles !!! To erase the camp dust !!!

        Karpag, is your sarcasm so peculiar?
        1. Tatyana
          Tatyana 10 June 2016 12: 30
          +3
          The intelligence services of Great Britain and the USA and France, led by them, cleverly and secretly unleashed both WWII and WWII! *
          According to the same intelligence reconnaissance and subversive diplomatic recipes, they work in Russia and in the countries of its geopolitical opponents and now, only with greater intensity and capabilities against Russia.
          * See:
          1. Starikov Nikolay. 1917. The answer to the “Russian” revolution. - St. Petersburg: Peter, 2015. -416 with
          2. Starikov Nikolay. Who made Hitler attack Stalin. Hitler's fatal mistake .-- St. Petersburg: Peter, 2015. -368 sec
          3. Starikov Nikolay. Geopolitics. How this is done.- SPb .: Peter, 2016. -368 p.
      3. Kostyar
        Kostyar 10 June 2016 09: 56
        +3
        The execution of traitors, according to the laws of wartime!
        How can?! They are not embarrassed, openly go on their heads .....
        1. Akuzenka
          Akuzenka 12 June 2016 01: 12
          0
          Why spend ammunition on a traitor. It’s easy to create unbearable living conditions here, on trifles: they don’t accept children in a kindergarten, they tease traitors in schools, they demand to pay pounds in a store, etc. They will dump themselves at their own expense. And the revealed traitor is still a channel of misinformation and introduction. It is necessary to benefit from manure.
      4. B.T.V.
        B.T.V. 10 June 2016 10: 07
        +9
        Quote: carpag
        To her shackles, to her shackles !!! To erase the camp dust !!!


        Not funny. In Russia, free exit from the country, send it to a "new" homeland without the right to return, and spend money on shackles.
      5. Idiot
        Idiot 10 June 2016 10: 09
        +5
        [quote = carp] To her shackles, to her shackles !!! To erase the camp dust !!! [/ quo

        Send to Israel for permanent residence.
      6. carp
        carp 10 June 2016 10: 16
        -26%
        There is such a guy in America - Steven Seagal. It is a friend of the GDP, in every possible way supports the interests of Russia in all different ways and not for free. No one in America even thinks to "deal with" him. Do you know why? Because the Americans are used to the fact that a person has the right to freedom of speech and freedom of occupation, even if he works for a not particularly friendly country (but does not give out military secrets). Now compare this with the orgy that you have arranged here with Chesnokova, unknown to me.
        1. B.T.V.
          B.T.V. 10 June 2016 10: 24
          +5
          Quote: carpag
          There is such a guy in America - Steven Seagal. It is a friend of the GDP, in every possible way supports the interests of Russia in all different ways and not for free. No one in America even thinks to "deal with" him. Do you know why? Because Americans are used to the fact that a person has the right to freedom of speech and freedom of occupation, even if he works for a not very friendly country. Now compare this with the orgy that you have arranged here with Chesnokova, unknown to me.


          Speaking "tolerant", yours, the comparison is incorrect, the people speak harsher.
          1. carp
            carp 10 June 2016 10: 41
            -11%
            Why is it incorrect, what would you personally say about Nikita Mikhalkov, if he went to Obama, was his personal friend and admired America in every way?
            1. Talgat
              Talgat 10 June 2016 20: 11
              +7
              But it is in Israel that the extremely tough attitude towards opponents

              I don’t think so. so that some lady would be allowed to promote the ideas of Hezbollah or Iran among the establishment and create groups of influence - or would be arrested or shot as a "terrorist"
              1. carp
                carp 10 June 2016 21: 01
                -2
                In our country, parliamentary deputies openly support Hamas terrorists, admire their "exploits", visit families of martyrs, and continue to be deputies. The most fierce female MP named Khanin Zuabi. Check the internet.
                1. clidon
                  clidon 12 June 2016 13: 16
                  0
                  Do not complicate the world of your opponent.
                2. Valem
                  Valem 17 June 2016 00: 18
                  0
                  When you, as an offender, care exclusively about your interests, you will naturally see bacchanalia in the most harmless situations. In reality, the bacchanalia of your fears prevents you from reaching an understanding. This is Karma, sir.
        2. V.ic
          V.ic 10 June 2016 10: 28
          +12
          Quote: carpag
          Now compare this with the bacchanalia that you have arranged here with the unknown Chesnokova.

          Where is this you, not respected orgy saw? And it is "here". Each of those present at the VO has every right to send to ... not only the president of SsyShA, the president of the Great Srael, but also some "right-handed people". This is our right and we use it periodically.
          1. carp
            carp 10 June 2016 16: 45
            -4
            I will ask you to correctly name the names of my country. I always call Russia Russia, not Raska. These are elementary rules of politeness.
            1. V.ic
              V.ic 10 June 2016 19: 58
              +2
              Quote: carpag
              I’ll ask you to correctly name my country

              Dobrovoletc / dobrohot. vi hot celooite vashego prezika v anoos, hot sovocoopliaites s ego imagem. but spesial for you: We "Karlag" can reanimate when you are caught. You will work for 25 years, then we will repatriate to your loobimooiu SseeSheeA. Chodkevichs, Napoleons, Hitlers, Trotsky came to Russia ... and where are they now?
              1. carp
                carp 10 June 2016 21: 05
                -5
                V.ic. , and you are inadequate, although you have reached the rank of marshal's epaulettes. Have you tried treatment with electricity? Very effective ... If finances allow, come to us for treatment, we have one of the best medicines in the world.
                1. Anglorussian
                  Anglorussian 13 June 2016 00: 02
                  +1
                  V.ic. , and you are inadequate, even though you rose to the marshal's epaulets
                  These epaulets give for perfect possession of the cap and for the successful use of such in battle.
            2. Anglorussian
              Anglorussian 13 June 2016 03: 09
              0
              elementary rules of courtesy.
              For the vast majority of local warrior forecasters, rules exist only to be violated.
        3. alfa-typ
          alfa-typ 11 June 2016 02: 23
          +9
          Our dear heart carp, you distort the facts.
          Stephen Seagal is a patriot of America, which does not stop him from admiring Russia.
          The difference is that he wants America to be friends with Russia and not fight.
          And he meets with Putin, absolutely openly, not to be matched by Madame Grantoedka Chesnokova, who travels to Kiev for a closed meeting. It is absolutely logical that they do not advise anything good for Russia!
          1. The point
            The point 11 June 2016 14: 49
            +6
            The difference between American liberals and ours is that American liberals are patriots of the United States or Britain, and our liberals ... Although there are no differences. Our liberals are also patriots of the United States or Britain.
        4. kotvov
          kotvov 12 June 2016 11: 53
          0
          that a person has the right to freedom of speech and freedom of employment, ,,
          you tell us in Ukraine how these garlics fought for freedom of speech and freedom of occupation. we know, we swam.
        5. Anglorussian
          Anglorussian 12 June 2016 23: 59
          0
          Now compare this to the bacchanalia
          Here so accepted. The fights of the football gopot here are described with rapture worthy of the best battalist, ridiculed by the unexplored languages ​​of the world. So it is necessary (here).
      7. V.ic
        V.ic 10 June 2016 10: 22
        +2
        Quote: carpag
        To her shackles, to her shackles !!! To erase the camp dust !!!

        You said that!
      8. DenZ
        DenZ 10 June 2016 11: 50
        +8
        Quote: carpag
        To her shackles, to her shackles !!! To erase the camp dust !!!

        No matter how, without Jews, we will understand our domestic affairs
      9. antoXa
        antoXa 10 June 2016 12: 42
        +5
        carp
        And it’s better to immediately bullet in the forehead, as they do in Israel)))
      10. Petrik66
        Petrik66 10 June 2016 14: 26
        0
        Can I have a list of comrades who have been erased into camp dust over the past 10 years?
      11. Petrik66
        Petrik66 10 June 2016 14: 26
        0
        Can I have a list of comrades who have been erased into camp dust over the past 10 years?
    3. Aleksandr72
      Aleksandr72 10 June 2016 08: 27
      +16
      British diplomacy (like the aristocracy, the military, sailors and, by and large, all the British) have always had two cornerstone principles in foreign policy: "Britain has no permanent allies, but it has permanent interests" and "My country may be wrong. but this is my country. " These principles were sacredly observed in the Victorian era, and before and after. And even now, absolutely nothing has changed. The British colonial empire no longer exists, and the principles of colonial policy have been preserved in all their glory, they have simply been modernized to suit modern conditions. And also - the Britons found worthy students and successors of traditions in their former overseas colony. But the students went even further in the creation of a unipolar world in which everyone should dance to their tune.
      1. Knowing
        Knowing 10 June 2016 09: 19
        +4
        Quote: Aleksandr72
        The British colonial empire is no longer there, and the principles of colonial policy have been preserved in all their glory, they just went through modernization under modern conditions

        Yeah, the ideas of Lenin are true:Every cook should be able to manage the state, - in the old days, that Chesnokov was only allowed to the kitchen, with some English snobbery and stiffness.
      2. Lekov L
        Lekov L 10 June 2016 09: 25
        +3
        By the way, the British have very correct principles.
        "Britain does not have permanent allies, but has permanent interests" and "My country may be wrong, but this is my country."

        We also need to use them.
        The only thing I would change is:
        My country not maybe wrong since this is my country!
        Something I like more!
        Sincerely.
        1. Idiot
          Idiot 10 June 2016 10: 32
          +1
          Quote: Lekov L
          By the way, the British have very correct principles: "Britain does not have permanent allies, but has permanent interests" and "My country may be wrong, but this is my country."


          From memory, perhaps literally it sounds differently: Katzler Gorchakov: "The state cannot have allies, the state has national interests." Germans: "Whether she is right or not, this is my homeland." Personally, I agree ...
        2. Idiot
          Idiot 10 June 2016 10: 32
          0
          Quote: Lekov L
          By the way, the British have very correct principles: "Britain does not have permanent allies, but has permanent interests" and "My country may be wrong, but this is my country."


          From memory, perhaps literally it sounds differently: Katzler Gorchakov: "The state cannot have allies, the state has national interests." Germans: "Whether she is right or not, this is my homeland." Personally, I agree ...
        3. Anglorussian
          Anglorussian 13 June 2016 03: 07
          +1
          My country cannot be wrong, because it is my country!
          And you are not an American by chance? Do you understand what such commandments lead to? (For reference, Americans want such benefits as depreciating the dollar, volcano explosion ... For the truth, the Americans themselves are unlikely to know about this)
    4. nimboris
      nimboris 10 June 2016 08: 54
      +3
      Englishwoman crap, as they used to say in ancient times.
    5. siberalt
      siberalt 10 June 2016 09: 19
      +1
      It is well known that all foreign embassies, consulates and representations are completely legal half-spy organizations. They look after us, and we follow them. I do not think that the case with Chesnokova mentioned in the article is a "sensation" for the FSB. This is their bread.
  2. KOH
    KOH 10 June 2016 05: 32
    +7
    partners do not abandon the attempt to mess in Russia ... It is outrageous that this audience is openly engaged in subversive activities throughout the country, and with impunity ...
    1. tux
      tux 10 June 2016 06: 56
      +3
      Quote: CON
      partners do not abandon the attempt to mess in Russia ... It is outrageous that this audience is openly engaged in subversive activities throughout the country, and with impunity ...


      But did they not do this before and during the First World War?
    2. Ivan Slavyanin
      Ivan Slavyanin 10 June 2016 07: 10
      +8
      They want to split Russia in all "directions": according to the territory of residence, according to faith (the pseudo "Rodnovers" want to overthrow the "Jewish regime of Putin"), according to nationality! Ural is chosen as the easiest direction!
      1. BARKAS
        BARKAS 10 June 2016 09: 16
        +5
        In Yekaterinburg, such obscenities have long been happening Rossel once tried to breed this infection!
    3. Lelek
      Lelek 10 June 2016 09: 10
      +8
      Quote: CON
      partners do not abandon attempt to mess in Russia


      With the "partners" for a long time everything is clear - "the Englishwoman shits." But with our liberal traitors to understand and understand, and harder and more thorough. But at every forum with ... ki like Gozman, Nadezhdin or Zhavoronkov, foaming at the mouth, they are blowing about the absence of the "5th column" and their "love" for the Fatherland. Skoundrels! negative
  3. Mavrikiy
    Mavrikiy 10 June 2016 05: 32
    +4
    What kind of beast? Simple selling cheap.
    1. 33 Watcher
      33 Watcher 10 June 2016 05: 59
      +11
      Quote: Mavrikiy
      What kind of beast? Simple selling cheap.

      Ordinary recruitment, ordinary espionage, ordinary subversive activities ... Only when the time comes to catch her, she will not get rid of her by expulsion, her citizenship is ours, and there is no diplomatic status ...
  4. Sergerius
    Sergerius 10 June 2016 05: 34
    +6
    Excuse me, when was Britain an ally? request
  5. Reptiloid
    Reptiloid 10 June 2016 05: 47
    +8
    And then people like this Chesnokova will try to crawl into all kinds of elective places. And then it may turn out that our power is already not ours !!!!!
    1. V.ic
      V.ic 10 June 2016 10: 33
      +1
      Quote: Reptiloid
      And then it may turn out that our power ---- is no longer ours !!!!!

      So has long been..
  6. ML-334
    ML-334 10 June 2016 05: 51
    +4
    The consulates are remnants of the 90s, when we were brainwashed that the Urals were "on top of the mustache" and the republic needed to be done. Drive them with a filthy broom indiscriminately.
  7. Mikhail m
    Mikhail m 10 June 2016 05: 58
    +5
    Whoever comes to us with anything will be the one to rake him. British interests always consisted in the desire to grab more and cheaper, preferably for nothing.
  8. avva2012
    avva2012 10 June 2016 05: 59
    +12
    Everyone will be there, gentlemen working against their country, sooner or later, one way or another.
    He, too, thought that he would be protected by great Germany. Great Britain will not protect you either. Throw away the used gaskets. Should I not know the Chesnokova? Cry.
  9. okunevich_rv
    okunevich_rv 10 June 2016 06: 02
    +6
    It would be very interesting to see the reaction of such traitors and their owners to the leak of information about their activities, personal data, their commercial activities and residential addresses, with comments from members of the forum. Then, through the media, draw public attention through the diversion scandal. To let people know, it’s a shame to say hello to these.
    It can be assumed that the activity of their activities would decrease slightly, and perhaps some of them would like to leave the Russian Federation.
    1. avva2012
      avva2012 10 June 2016 06: 09
      +12
      There is a site in Novorossia "The Punisher", and we need to make a site before it's too late, "Traitor".
  10. Antiprogressor
    Antiprogressor 10 June 2016 06: 07
    +6
    Quote: USSR 1971
    Suitcase, train station, London ", as our Ukrainian partners say.

    Somehow this is not in Anglo-Saxon: "Condemn, like Booth, or lock up in the embassy, ​​as the author of Wikilix." On the other hand, there is a practice of deprivation of citizenship and a ban on entry into the country. The fact that our people do not do this indicates a powerful anti-Russian, pro-Western stratum in the Kremlin and other houses within the Garden Ring. As for the Ural separatist-democrats, this speaks of no people's power, of lack of will and complete decomposition of the working class of the Urals. The proletarians have finally become bourgeois.
  11. Tsoy
    Tsoy 10 June 2016 06: 11
    -5
    and besides information about the private meeting in Britain, is there anything else? I do not argue that the Britons have plans to destabilize the Russian Federation, but it looks like a dismal attempt to find a sensation and at the same time popiaritsya. If any suspicious activity is conducted, it must be under the supervision of special services, like all foreign diplomats at all times. The reasons for the hysteria and the next disclosure of the conspiracy can not see.
    1. An60
      An60 10 June 2016 06: 19
      +7
      The country should know its, hmm, "heroes" and "heroines".
  12. Wolka
    Wolka 10 June 2016 06: 13
    0
    Guys, let's live together, well, we don’t have to make abrupt gestures, we’ve got a mouse or got a mouse and that hasn’t been canceled, the professionals decide everything, the garbage doesn’t happen, well, whoever has to do this job ...
  13. Viktor fm
    Viktor fm 10 June 2016 06: 20
    +4
    The problem is not just with Chesnokova, but with the authorities, which are kissing these diplomats.
  14. Banishing liberoids
    Banishing liberoids 10 June 2016 06: 27
    +4
    It is not for nothing that Britain was called the "prostitute of Europe" - this is not a state, but a territory hostile to common sense and the true freedom of states from outside control.
  15. cap
    cap 10 June 2016 06: 42
    +3
    “The more that the West itself took these glasses off the majority of those who still hoped for a real partnership with Western“ friends ”on an equal footing ... Well, they do not know how to be equal, they don’t want to! On this postulate, all British“ diplomacy ”and has been building since the days of colonialism. Although who said that the colonialism of the same Britain is in the past? .. "

    Not 37 years (sorry) Ms. Chesnokova would have sat with such a business card far beyond the Urals, with a Kyle in her hands. She would have worked for the benefit of the Motherland for 10-15 years.
    Well, what can she say in her own tongue, in favor of Britain, except for the nasty things about her country? Will clone your own kind?
    The goals of the small-shavens are clear, an accomplice comes out!
    "So, quite recently, material appeared in the British press, which confirmed information about how Winston Churchill at one time (and this was not so long ago by historical standards) asked the American Senator Stiles Bridge to convince US President Harry Truman to drop the atomic a bomb on Moscow ... an atomic bomb ... on Moscow ... According to Churchill, such a step could turn the USSR “into an insignificant problem.” This is the whole “ally.” This is the whole Western “democracy” .. ".
  16. sa-ag
    sa-ag 10 June 2016 06: 57
    +2
    "... it's time to stop looking at the West exclusively through rose-colored glasses."

    Like China
    1. avva2012
      avva2012 10 June 2016 08: 05
      0
      Quote: sa-ag Like China

      China sponsors subversive activities against Russia? Are you kidding me?
      They have enough similar problems in their country, including with "partners" who are very eager to split this country. IMHO, but in my opinion, the courts and executions of officials "for bribes" is not an open fight with the fifth column. At least in part.
  17. Ros 56
    Ros 56 10 June 2016 07: 24
    +1
    Well, the fifth column is in action, everything is clear. There should be appropriate support and analysis of its activities with subsequent conclusions. Nothing new, betrayal of the interests of his country usually ends with the fate of Andriy from "Taras Bulba". Let him reread.
  18. viktor1
    viktor1 10 June 2016 07: 36
    +2
    How many garlic ones in Russia that are for little money are willing to sell offal
  19. parusnik
    parusnik 10 June 2016 07: 50
    +3
    It's time to breed our "Chesnokovs" abroad ... To conduct explanatory work among their foreign population ...
  20. Hammer
    Hammer 10 June 2016 07: 58
    -5
    Solid water. Any facts, instead of excursions into history? And Germany in general killed 27 million of our citizens, and what?
  21. Ruzina Natalia
    Ruzina Natalia 10 June 2016 08: 13
    +7
    The point is not that they found traitors in our ranks, the point is that these nits sneak into the minds of children. Indeed, in the ranks of the traitors to the Motherland there are already academicians, scientists, professors, teachers in universities. Look at different polit. talk shows and you see these teachers of history, economics, corrupting the minds of students, even in MGIMO there are such. And then there were failures in international politics, new Yeltsins, Kasyanovs, Chubais and so on. And it is clear why the Urals are their next concern - if anything, Russia is halved. And if not, then a generation of new liberals will grow up. Another thing is surprising, if, who needs to see, sees and knows everything, then why not "work it out"? Hope for a miracle?
  22. ibu355yandex.ru
    ibu355yandex.ru 10 June 2016 08: 27
    +2
    Well, where does the valiant FSB look? Earlier (during the Soviet era), the publication of such materials in the press served as a pretext for initiating a criminal case under Article 64 of the Criminal Code of the USSR Treason. Or is the Motherland now not the same?
  23. Pacifist
    Pacifist 10 June 2016 08: 49
    +1
    Yes, in general, noise is not needed here. I am sure who needs about these nits in the know. But as a gesture of goodwill, you can call the FSB hotline in the region and transfer the materials to the duty officer. They will find how to use it.
  24. sergey72
    sergey72 10 June 2016 08: 52
    +8
    Quote: carpag
    To her shackles, to her shackles !!! To erase the camp dust !!!

    But do not scuff. The point is moving toward a big mess.
    And not in shackles, but in Chinese: a bullet in the back of the head at the stadium, so that others would be discouraged.
  25. Egor-dis
    Egor-dis 10 June 2016 09: 42
    +6
    They are like cockroaches. Indestructible.

  26. Volzhanin
    Volzhanin 10 June 2016 09: 58
    0
    Small Britain is our old and main enemy. All the world's dirty tricks went from there - from a filthy islet. It is incomprehensible to the mind - all sorts of British consuls are hanging around our Siberia, as at home, and even mischief.

    But our diplomatic missions in Britain are also doing what they want? Or how?
    1. Anglorussian
      Anglorussian 13 June 2016 03: 02
      0
      But our diplomatic missions in Britain are also doing what they want? Or how?
      Of course not. Who will allow them here?
  27. aszzz888
    aszzz888 10 June 2016 10: 24
    0
    Strangle such "figures" in the bud. The air will become cleaner and people are kinder.
  28. garik647
    garik647 10 June 2016 10: 27
    +2
    The point is not even that Madame Chesnokova serves the interests of the British, but that a representative of the Russian Academy of Sciences also works for them, and this is already a question for the relevant authorities, since this "gentleman from the Russian Academy of Sciences" may have access to documents in which infa is not intended for britains!
  29. Tim
    Tim 10 June 2016 10: 38
    +2
    YOU look where oligarchs, heads of large enterprises, officials (of the Ural region) their relatives, offspring, for example UMMC (Ural Mining and Metallurgical Company) live and have real estate, yes, and the United Kingdom. So there are many (Chesnokovs) serving the interests of Great Britain in the Urals, for example, non-ferrous metals like Copper are sold through the London Tavar and Raw Materials Exchange and guess who sets the prices and who kisses the English with the English hi
  30. filalex79
    filalex79 10 June 2016 11: 03
    +2
    Divorced these consulates and missions like fleas, close everything. One embassy in Moscow is enough! And it’s easier to control.
  31. kukan913
    kukan913 10 June 2016 11: 34
    +3
    and why this kurva has not yet fallen from chipping somewhere in the Ural mountains with a fatal outcome?
  32. Oskar1965
    Oskar1965 10 June 2016 11: 34
    +3
    "They're catching? How do they get caught first of all, put them on a count, and only afterwards ..!" All our lives we believe in the integrity of the Western gang, but in vain.
  33. cedar
    cedar 10 June 2016 13: 23
    0
    "... It just so happened that the whole history of our relations is reduced to the constant desire of Britain to contain Russia, and even better (for Britain) - to complete destruction. And there are confirmations for that. So, more recently, material appeared in the British press confirming information about how Winston Churchill at one time (and it was by historical standards not so long ago) asked US Senator Stiles Bridge to convince US President Harry Truman to drop the atomic bomb to Moscow. The atomic bomb ... To Moscow ... According to Churchill, such a step could turn the USSR "into a minor problem." This is the whole "ally". This is the whole Western "democracy" ... "

    The fifth column was mobilized and connected by London in order to turn not the USSR, but Russia “into an insignificant problem.” There are no problems with the USSR ... There the traitors and the first of them Gorbachev Secretary General of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, worked in full and this is certainly inspiring his last. Chesnokov is a clear example, but how many secret henchmen have the Anglo-American beast already bombing Hiroshima and Nagasaki?
    The near future will show who is who? Parliamentary elections will force everyone to make their personal choices with whom he is and against whom.
    See the root!

  34. pigkiller
    pigkiller 10 June 2016 14: 23
    +1
    The trouble is not in the existence of mattress flea-grant-salery, but in the fact that
    financial resources of Russia continue to be pumped out the so-called Russian elite
    in the same London and other capital cities of the golden billion.
  35. lukke
    lukke 10 June 2016 15: 08
    +1
    Didn’t understand the message of the article ?! Is the author trying to pay attention to England? In my opinion, no one has any illusions regarding England, the Anglo-Saxon world in Russia. Regarding this English center, and in particular Chesnokova? is there any specific information? we ask for favors - the FSB of Russia in the city of Yekaterinburg and the Sverdlovsk Region, I’m sure they know even more about it)
    Everything else is thought-outs and representations.
  36. dali
    dali 10 June 2016 16: 25
    0
    A citizen of Russia should not have the right to work in the diplomatic structures of other countries, performing diplomatic functions, except as technical personnel !!!

    In itself, the fact of the diplomatic work of a citizen of Russia, another state should already be considered as anti-Russian propaganda and harm to the state !!!

    And so, please, do you want to protect the interests of Britain, performing diplomatic functions at the British Consulate, go ahead to obtain British citizenship !!!
  37. Mentat
    Mentat 10 June 2016 18: 57
    0
    Quote: carpag
    There is such a guy in America - Steven Seagal. It is a friend of the GDP, in every possible way supports the interests of Russia in all different ways and not for free. No one in America even thinks to "deal with" him. Do you know why? Because the Americans are used to the fact that a person has the right to freedom of speech and freedom of occupation, even if he works for a not particularly friendly country (but does not give out military secrets). Now compare this with the orgy that you have arranged here with Chesnokova, unknown to me.

    Bacchanalia? It expressed only disapproval of her actions.
    Do you know, an illiterate Jewish youth, that the Foreign Agents Registration Act has been in force in the United States for 70 years? Any US citizen who somehow cooperates with representatives of a foreign country (“even if he works for a not very friendly country”) is required to register as a foreign agent. We go to the site fara.gov, look for Steven Seagal there, we naturally do not find it.
    So you are lying.

    In Russia, only recently the law on foreign agents was adopted, but even it does not provide for the personal registration of everyone. You again decided to sing this hackneyed, rash song about the "lack of democracy in Russia", although in reality, as an example of this case, Russia has more freedoms than the USA.
    As for the bacchanalia, in the United States that you mentioned, there are still corners where it is better for blacks not to appear. Erase your Russophobia.
    1. Anglorussian
      Anglorussian 13 June 2016 00: 07
      -1
      there are still corners where blacks are better off not appearing
      Beeednenkie niggers poor thing ... How cruel zhyzni .. laughing
    2. Simpsonian
      Simpsonian 13 June 2016 22: 48
      0
      There are much more entire blocks or cities in which it is better not to appear white. And not only there ...

      In Russian, an agent is generally a spy; in English, a spy is in general a special agent.
      Calling a Russian citizen a "foreign agent", in general, espionage is hanged on him - this is not the police for the police, doctors for ...
  38. Jarserge
    Jarserge 12 June 2016 10: 49
    +1
    So, under the cover of the cries of stupid Kasyanovs, bulk, Kasparovs and other Akhejakovs, the real fifth column works, the real traitors
  39. 79522873048
    79522873048 12 June 2016 10: 58
    +1
    TO THE WALL OF Garlic !!!!!!!!!!! AND ALL BRITISH HANDLES !!!!!!!!!!
  40. Simpsonian
    Simpsonian 12 June 2016 16: 20
    +2
    The article is slag, because of which there may be consequences. The aftors were so carried away by the business card fetish and the defamation of the office aunt who had given her that the most interesting things were not read right below her in the source, and there they were talking about other party comrades ...
    http://zergulio.livejournal.com/3936828.html
    1. Simpsonian
      Simpsonian 13 June 2016 07: 00
      0
      And this lady is like an honorary consud, they are appointed by all countries from the citizens of the country in which the embassy is located. So in vain here on her ...
  41. Horde
    Horde 12 June 2016 21: 02
    +1
    how Russia’s crap gobbles. so crap. as long as the liquid-gobbles do not transmit the world will not be on earth
  42. Old warrior
    Old warrior 12 June 2016 21: 57
    0
    Another thing is surprising - why all this trash feels so freely in Russia? Where is Counterintelligence looking and why am I paying taxes?
  43. Mentat
    Mentat 13 June 2016 02: 35
    +1
    For my last message, there were pluses, then, apparently, “illiterate Jewish youths” or regular corrupt liberoids came running and minus. Not even funny, disgusting.

    Any counterarguments? Speak out! Silently silently sticking down the minuses so that the message becomes “wrong,” as it were in the spirit of “liberal opposition forces” and other Russophobic trash, which merges like a toilet in any competent discussion.