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Infinite and unsubstantiated media accusations against Russia (The Nation, USA)

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Within one month, Russia was accused of hacking into the documents of the National Committee of the Democratic Party, the organization of Brexit, the secret support of Trump and much more.

If there is a country in the world about which the media write without the slightest observance of journalistic standards, then this is Russia. Over the past month, Russia was accused of having hacked the documents of the National Committee of the Democratic Party, that it organized Brexit and is providing Trump's secret support. And there is a lot more.

14 Jun. Ellen Nakashima (Ellen Nakashima) from the Washington Post published a material that at first glance seemed a real blockbuster, the Watergun scandal of the cybernetic era. She claimed that Russian hackers broke into the computer network of the National Committee of the Democratic Party and stole the data of the investigation, which the opposition was conducting against the candidate for President Trump. According to Nakashima, Russian hackers acted so thoroughly that they hacked the network and were able to read all the electronic correspondence and chats. However, the firm Crowdstrike, who recorded the hacking, acknowledged that she did not know exactly how the hackers penetrated the network. However, these people were one hundred percent sure that the Russians were operating here.

Needless to say, the American media from all sides began to suck this history. "The National Committee reports that the hackers got into its files by getting a dossier on Donald Trump," the New York Times immediately announced. The stubborn media critic Adam Johnson from the nonprofit organization FAIR (stands for “Impartiality and accuracy in journalistic activities”) compiled a list of headlines that appeared in leading publications a day after the sensational news Nakashima:

- “Hackers of the Russian state hacked the servers of the National Committee of the Democratic Party, stole compromising materials on Trump” (Politico, June 14);
- “Russia hacked into the network of the National Committee of the Democratic Party, gaining access to the accusatory file on Trump” (MSNBC, June 14);
“The Russians stole compromising on Trump by hacking into the computers of the National Committee of the Democratic Party” (Reuters, June 14);
- “The hackers associated with the Russian government hack into the network of the National Committee of Democrats and steal these investigations on Donald Trump” (Fox, June 14);
- “Russia is hacking the network of the National Committee of Democrats, stealing information about Trump” (USA Today, June 14);
- “Russian government hackers are stealing materials from the Democratic Party’s National Committee on Donald Trump” (Guardian, June 14);
- “Russians hack into the computers of the National Democratic Committee to steal data from an opposition investigation into Trump” (Talking Points, June 14);
- “Russian spies get into the files of the National Committee of Democrats about Donald Trump” (Slate, 14 June);
“What can a Russian hacker attack on the Democratic National Committee tell us about Hillary Clinton’s private server?” (Forbes, June 15).

But that's not all. A certain “former spy” 18 of June appeared on the pages of The New York Observer and announced the following: Kremlin hacker operations go far beyond the framework of the National Committee of Democrats, and the Islamic State hacker group (terrorist organization banned in Russia - approx. Transl.) , or the so-called “Cyber-Caliphate”, is in fact the work of the Russians (well, as we didn’t guess at once about this!). “The actions of CyberHalfith,” Observer reported, “is a Russian operation under a foreign flag.”

And even that is not all. Rachel Maddow of MSNBC joined the mob of whistleblowers, delivering a demagogic speech in which she accused the Russian president that he was behind the hacker attack on the National Committee. “These hackers,” Maddow announced, “received a task from the Russian government, from Vladimir Putin,” although in his message Nakashima does not say anything like that. It simply states that one of the hacker operations "is considered the work of the Russian military intelligence service of the GRU." And CrowdStrike is not at all sure about who this hacker group works for, but believes that "the Federal Security Service, the FSB may be its employer."

Of course, the problem here is that none of them have solid evidence of the involvement of the Russian government, and especially Putin personally, in the attack on the National Committee.

Nakashima 15 Jun added her first material on this topic with a message that the hacker, nicknamed Guccifer 2.0, took responsibility for hacking the network of the National Committee of Democrats. In an interview with Vice Motherboard, Guccifer 2.0 said that he was not Russian, but Romanian:


- And where are you from?
- From Romania.
- Do you cooperate with Russia or with the Russian government?
- No, because I do not like the Russians and their foreign policy. I hate being classified as Russian.
- Почему?
- I already said why! I have done a lot, why do you praise them?

However, the Washington Post 20 published another Nakashima material under the heading "Cyber ​​experts confirm that the Russian government hacked into the network of the National Committee of Democrats." There, Nakashima does not take into account the statement by Guccifer 2.0 that he is Romanian, and writes: “Analysts do not have solid evidence, but they suspect that Guccifer 2.0 is actually part of one of the Russian hacker groups that penetrated the National Committee ".

And at the very end of his article from 20, June, Nakashima notifies the reader: “It is also possible that someone else, not just Russians, has penetrated the network of the National Committee of Democrats and has access to the same documents.”

***

All of the above cannot be considered a surprise, as unsubstantiated accusations against the Russian state and the Russian president have been a thriving media industry in America for several years now. And if this industry has a leader, then this is the Washington Post. In addition to his reports on the hacker attack on the National Committee of the Democratic Party, this newspaper one after another publishes stories that Donald Trump is supposedly close to the Russian Federation and maintains links with it.

17 June this edition has published an article in which he claims to have studied "Trump's financial ties with Russia and his unusually flattering words addressed to Vladimir Putin." The author claims that Trump's relationship with Putin and his positive views on Russia are "one of the most interesting aspects of the presidential campaign," since "the overwhelming majority of American political leaders and heads of national security agencies claim that Putin is a pariah." But how do we link this statement of reporters with the fact that Secretary of State Kerry regularly meets with the Russian foreign minister, and President Obama periodically talks on the phone with the pariah itself? Apparently, the reader himself must guess about this.

Nevertheless, this message on the principle of "guilty of complicity" says: "Since 1980-ies, Trump and his family members have visited Moscow many times in search of favorable business opportunities." Apparently, it means that Trump is among strangers, a stranger among his own. At least, this is the picture that develops in the inflamed imagination of the Washington Post's editors. Despite its many flaws, businessman Trump is no different from other American and Western business captains, who are just looking for favorable opportunities in Russia. Is it possible to imagine that the Washington Post will blame William Browder for his former business contacts and operations in Russia?


According to the Washington Post, it is even more alarming that "the Russian ambassador to the United States, acting contrary to the tradition that diplomats stay away from domestic policy, was present in April in Washington at Trump's foreign policy statement." It is not clear what tradition the newspaper refers to, but if it exists, then the American ambassadors violate it regularly. For example, the US ambassador to Ukraine, Jeffrey Payette, in December 2013 attended anti-government protests in Kiev along with Undersecretary of State Victoria Nuland, and in numerous reports, former US Ambassador to Syria Robert Ford (X.UMX) was reported appeared at anti-government gatherings in various parts of Syria.

And 18 June Washington Post published an article by Ishaan Tharoor, who referred to the material of the newspaper for the previous day about the alleged closeness between Trump and Putin, and noted that "the former star of the reality show also certainly tacitly endorses some Putin's statements." For sure. Also. Silently. In the words of former CIA director George Tenet, this is a “win-win” option.

***

But the Washington Post is far from the only publication where non-documented sensational materials about Russia are published. The British newspaper The Telegraph, which 21 June asked, asked the stupidest example: “Or maybe Vladimir Putin is conducting Russian football hooligans to push Britain out of the EU?” In this article, which many American publications echoed, it is stated that “organized Kremlin hooligan antics isolate England and can lead to the expulsion of the national team from the championship, which will add firewood to the Brexit fire. " The authors presented absolutely no evidence that it was the Kremlin that “organized hooligan tricks” in Lille at the European Championships (which are in any case a kind of English hooliganism).


The results of the British referendum have not yet been announced, and journalists have already shouted about the alleged involvement in this case of Russia. Neuton scientist Max Boot (Max Boot) 19 June shot a warning message from the pages of the Washington Post (and where else?), Stating to readers: “The leader of the UK Independence Party and Brexit’s leading supporter Nigel Farage speaks sharply about Brussels, but exceptionally warm about Moscow. "

After the vote, the media went astray, trying to tie the results of the referendum to the actions of "Kremlin agents". A very telling article was published by the always boring media portal BuzzFeed, declaring: "The main winner of Brexit is Vladimir Putin." Former ambassador to Russia, Michael McFaul, who became a Washington Post columnist and foreign policy adviser to Hillary Clinton, told BuzzFeed that "Putin won the most from Brexit." According to McFaul, "Putin has been trying to split Europe for many years, including the EU and NATO, hoping for the collapse of European unity, as happened with the USSR and the Warsaw Pact a quarter of a century ago."

Meanwhile, the British Guardian said that Russia and for the flat account Iran "rejoiced" the results of Brexit. But the Russian president was not at all happy, but repeatedly declared on the eve of the vote about the neutrality of Moscow in this matter. However, the Guardian in its article only casually mentioned his words that Brexit could have “positive and negative consequences” for Russia.

Meanwhile, The Telegraph, in addition to its reports about the football hooligans raised by the Kremlin, published an article from the category of science fiction. The title claims that “Russia intends to develop teleportation in 20 years.” Well, the real "Star Trek". However, the text of The Telegraph doesn’t have anything like it, but there are only words about the “strategic development program”, which is “compiled for Vladimir Putin” and aimed at “developing teleportation to the 2035 year”. And nowhere is there a word that the Russian government is striving to carry out this initiative.

Of course, all this would be funny if the geopolitical consequences were not so ominous. An endless stream of unsubstantiated and very controversial charges without evidence draws Russia and its president in the worst possible light. It was he who led to such a deplorable state of affairs and to the dangerous situation in which we found ourselves.

While Russia continues to support separatist detachments in the east of Ukraine, NATO and American troops are concentrating in the west of this country, conducting regular “training sessions”. Meanwhile, before the next NATO summit, which will be held in Warsaw, less than a week remains. And while responsible politicians, such as German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, condemn the NATO tendency to incite military hysteria, the impression is that as the summit approaches, the media are increasingly moving away from reality in their coverage of Russia.

Misinformation flowing from our media destroys the chances of detente between the United States and Russia, and the two nuclear superpowers are beginning to follow the course of a collision in Eastern Europe, in the skies over Syria, on the Black and Baltic Seas.

At such times, society needs fewer sensations and more fact-based reports about Russia and its power.
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  1. The comment was deleted.
  2. Dr. Bormental
    Dr. Bormental 8 July 2016 18: 42
    +2
    One and the same thing every day .. the theme is obtuse, obtuse ... there seems to be nothing to add ..
    1. Khariton
      Khariton 8 July 2016 19: 01
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      Quote: Dr. Bormental
      One and the same thing every day .. the theme is obtuse, obtuse ... there seems to be nothing to add ..

      C'mon doctor, not everyone here is informed, such as you and K .. (maybe young people will come to the site and read .. and write ..))) Are you looking at marshals who have privatized the site ..? be more tolerant, just .. hi
      1. Dr. Bormental
        Dr. Bormental 8 July 2016 19: 14
        +1
        And you will be a marshal, comrade captain wink hi
        1. Schulz3
          Schulz3 8 July 2016 19: 23
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          Quote: Dr. Bormental
          And you will be a marshal, comrade captain wink hi

          100%. Write often the same nonsense as Dr. Bormental and be your marshal already this week
          Quote: Dr. Bormental
          Putin very seriously showed Europe how to live without Russia. And now they should not set conditions for us, but WE should. And they should dance to our tune.
          1. Dr. Bormental
            Dr. Bormental 8 July 2016 19: 36
            +12
            And you are my comments, I watch, collect? Secret admirer?love
            1. Schulz3
              Schulz3 8 July 2016 19: 45
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              Quote: Dr. Bormental
              And you are my comments, I watch, collect? Secret admirer?love

              I collect Maria Zakharova, and not just you.
              1. Dr. Bormental
                Dr. Bormental 8 July 2016 19: 51
                +10
                I don’t understand, you don’t like Russia, don’t respect us, why are you registered here? We say nasty things, quarrel? ... can explain?
                1. Schulz3
                  Schulz3 8 July 2016 20: 13
                  -5
                  Quote: Dr. Bormental
                  I don’t understand, you don’t like Russia, don’t respect us, why are you registered here? We say nasty things, quarrel? ... can explain?

                  I explain: I do not like lies in any of its manifestations. If at VO they wrote that everything is bad in Russia, then I would argue that this is not so.
                  The fact that I do not like Russia is not true; I do not like the regime in Russia, not people.
                  I am registered with many resources. And despite the fact that they tell me: "Go to your Echo of Moscow," I was banned there more than once, as well as at VO for repeatedly catching Venediktov in lies, like this
                  1. Dr. Bormental
                    Dr. Bormental 8 July 2016 20: 17
                    +6
                    So what is your ultimate goal? What are you trying to achieve? Truths all over the world?
                    1. Schulz3
                      Schulz3 8 July 2016 20: 36
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                      Quote: Dr. Bormental
                      So what is your ultimate goal? What are you trying to achieve? Truths all over the world?

                      Do I look like an idealist?
                      1. Dr. Bormental
                        Dr. Bormental 8 July 2016 20: 49
                        +6
                        "I don't like lying in any form."
                        Your words? And where is no lie? Trying to fight a lie? There is Sharia .. he also fights against untruth. Maybe you adhere to anarchist ideas? Don’t think about it, I respect any opinion if it is reasoned and interesting, and even more so if it is stated without insults and other things ..
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                      3. Dim Bes
                        Dim Bes 9 July 2016 00: 34
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                        No, you look like Trotsky, in the som hren.ono.vom sense.
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                  3. Dym71
                    Dym71 8 July 2016 20: 40
                    +7
                    Quote: Schulz3
                    I explain: I do not like lies in any of its manifestations. If at VO they wrote that everything is bad in Russia, then I would argue that this is not so.
                    The fact that I do not like Russia is not true; I do not like the regime in Russia, not people.
                    I am registered with many resources. And despite the fact that they tell me: "Go to your Echo of Moscow," I was banned there more than once, as well as at VO for repeatedly catching Venediktov in lies, like this

                    Ah, here it is! laughing

                    Rebel and freethinker! fellow
                    give him only a term smile
                    for criticism the reason bully
                    will find between the lines. lol
                  4. ,
                    , 8 July 2016 23: 58
                    0
                    This is from a series of Baba Yaga against everything and everyone
                  5. SHADOWEG
                    SHADOWEG 9 July 2016 06: 47
                    0
                    Interestingly, and in Marseille in the summer always go down jackets?
                2. Vladimirets
                  Vladimirets 8 July 2016 20: 14
                  +5
                  Quote: Dr. Bormental
                  Why are you registered here? We say nasty things, quarrel? ... can explain?

                  It’s bad, doctor, that you are not a psychiatrist, sometimes a narrow specialist is needed on the site. smile
                  1. Dr. Bormental
                    Dr. Bormental 8 July 2016 20: 21
                    +3
                    He is by no means crazy, he is polite, he writes to you. This is not a ham-Ukrainian 18-year-old ... he has his own opinion, I personally would be interested to talk with him ..
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                  3. Dym71
                    Dym71 8 July 2016 20: 56
                    +3
                    Quote: Vladimirets
                    sometimes a narrow specialist is needed on the site

                    Well, a narrow specialist is needed everywhere! The anecdote was remembered for some reason:
                    Dismisses the chief secretary.
                    Offended secretary:
                    - I, with my two higher educations (stroking my high chest), with my narrow specialization (running along the waist), and my broad outlook (stroking my hips) - I will always find work, but YOU, with my soft character (bending the index finger and shaking them up and down)
                    - you will not get along with anyone!
                    ps Doc, no offense please, in no case does it concern you, just a joke to cheer you up. hi
                    1. Dr. Bormental
                      Dr. Bormental 8 July 2016 21: 50
                      +1
                      Well, you .. I'm not a schoolgirl))) a great joke .. thanks, laughed))
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              3. demon1978
                demon1978 8 July 2016 22: 28
                0
                Psaku better collect, where as cognitive yes
            2. Khariton
              Khariton 8 July 2016 19: 47
              -1
              Quote: Dr. Bormental
              And you are my comments, I watch, collect? Secret admirer?love

              Of course not ... I just like to use surgical terms to motivate my comments "Ukraine, this is a painful chirium, which cannot be cut out right away ... It takes time, and then with a scalpel cut and press, press ... pour alcohol or idom over and dressings ... even better, injections every 3 hours in the stomach)))))
              I hope you are not in the "gang!" ... bully
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        2. Khariton
          Khariton 8 July 2016 19: 31
          +3
          Quote: Dr. Bormental
          And you will be a marshal, comrade captain wink hi

          Yes, I was already to them .. And more than once!)))) Now I like it more ... laughing I did not modify it in due time ... hi The site has changed!
          1. Schulz3
            Schulz3 8 July 2016 19: 50
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            Quote: Chariton
            The site has changed!

            That's for sure! Now in search, he is between messages about reptilians and a boy with cat-like eyes.
            1. BARKAS
              BARKAS 8 July 2016 19: 59
              +7
              Quote: Schulz3
              Quote: Chariton
              The site has changed!
              That's for sure! Now in search, he is between messages about reptilians and a boy with cat-like eyes.

              In the first place, Breivik with his "recipes" do not even know to congratulate you or sympathize with your interests.
            2. voronbel53
              voronbel53 8 July 2016 20: 28
              +2
              He didn’t have time to get people, when he entered into confrontation with everyone. What can I say: - I made a mistake with the doors, - to show you or what acceleration you are waiting for. I didn’t seem to be anything worthwhile, just to bark, - personally, I immediately drop these in emergency situations so that the site is not polluted ...
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        3. Mavrikiy
          Mavrikiy 8 July 2016 21: 33
          0
          Quote: Dr. Bormental
          And you will be a marshal, comrade captain wink hi

          Well, the politeness of kings in a piranha aquarium is not welcome.
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    2. Asadullah
      Asadullah 8 July 2016 19: 41
      +2
      One and the same thing every day .. the topic is obtuse, obtuse .. there seems to be nothing to add


      From what, look at the source, the left resource. Katrina is an interesting aunt .... even more interesting is that the balanced position with respect to Russia is occupied by the flagships of both the left wing of the United States and the right. It is very interesting to polemicize on their resources, no one there communicates with slogans and you can discover America .... for those who there will never be. laughing

      And then who is against it? (Baba Yaga doesn’t count) It turns out that it’s against, the transnational empire of Murdoch, and everything that indirectly obeys him. Every day the development of events is supplemented drop by drop. It is in Star Wars that they conquer the floor of the galaxy in a week. In local battles, we observe the positional permanent b / d.
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  4. Banishing liberoids
    Banishing liberoids 8 July 2016 18: 47
    +5
    Oh, and if Madame Wow comes to power, the whole Western press will be spread by the fictitious masses against us! Anyone who dares to think otherwise will be eaten with bones and clothes without even being messed up.
    1. demon1978
      demon1978 8 July 2016 19: 15
      +5
      Quote: Exorcist Liberoids
      Oh, and if power comes Madame wow, all


      It is strange that the Yeltsin Center was only built in Russia, they should be embracing him with Gorbachev as monuments, at least set up all of Fashington, they should have an immediate orgasm, only from the slightest memory of these figures ....
      1. Khariton
        Khariton 8 July 2016 20: 09
        +4
        Quote: demon1978
        Quote: Exorcist Liberoids
        Oh, and if power comes Madame wow, all


        It is strange that the Yeltsin Center was only built in Russia, they should be embracing him with Gorbachev as monuments, at least set up all of Fashington, they should have an immediate orgasm, only from the slightest memory of these figures ....

        The oligarchs built it ... They still have significant weight in the budget, and Putin has to put up with it ... hi EBN and marked ... then there will be forever ETERNAL! What did they do with Russia .... scum! All schoolchildren will be transported there so that they remember (how we sold the country for jeans and sausage .... After all, guys?))) They deceived us clearly ... This center will turn into a museum "HOW THE RUSSIA HAS BEEN CHEATED AND RAPED IN ALL CENTURIES!" hi
    2. Dr. Bormental
      Dr. Bormental 8 July 2016 19: 23
      +16
      Quote: Exorcist Liberoids
      if e power comes Madame wow

      Trump is a very serious man in business. He is a legend. He is quoted and written about. Note that this is a smiling shark.
      When he won the eggplant, many in Russia said that he was an excellent pro-Russian Ethiopian, our friend ... yeah. I, personally, do not believe in friendship with the USA at all. Their goal is to leave us. And who tries to leave us - a biting old woman or a "friend" of a billionaire - does not matter. You can't relax the rolls - they are our enemies, and no one else
      1. Khariton
        Khariton 8 July 2016 20: 19
        -1
        Quote: Dr. Bormental
        Quote: Exorcist Liberoids
        if e power comes Madame wow

        Trump is a very serious man in business. He is a legend. He is quoted and written about. Note that this is a smiling shark.
        When he won the eggplant, many in Russia said that he was an excellent pro-Russian Ethiopian, our friend ... yeah. I, personally, do not believe in friendship with the USA at all. Their goal is to leave us. And who tries to leave us - a biting old woman or a "friend" of a billionaire - does not matter. You can't relax the rolls - they are our enemies, and no one else

        Yes, the PR man is stupid ... Better with Hillary, there is a specific enemy and we know what she will say and do ...! hi
        1. Dr. Bormental
          Dr. Bormental 8 July 2016 20: 32
          +2
          Quote: Chariton
          Yes, he’s a PR man

          If I hadn’t seen a bunch of training brochures with my wife with quotes and tips from Amer millionaires, among whom Trump is a VERY solid part, I would also think that he is a clown. And at the expense of the barking old woman - it’s strange in general, everyone will take it for her, and she will sign it .. like EBN, but that one thumped, and this one is just with atherosclerosis of the brain ..
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  5. 1536
    1536 8 July 2016 18: 52
    +4
    There was no need to declare Russia a regional power. If you call a lion a cat and put it on the rug in the hallway, then at one moment you can see your headless body for a moment looking for slippers in the corridor.
  6. Dmitry Potapov
    Dmitry Potapov 8 July 2016 18: 53
    0
    tongue And us, and us army! tongue tongue
  7. L. A. A.
    L. A. A. 8 July 2016 18: 53
    0
    Russian hackers working for the state mean they work well, since such rumors go about them.
  8. masiya
    masiya 8 July 2016 18: 54
    +21
    Again, Robert Sheckley comes up again: add nothing or remove - right to the point
  9. Tanya
    Tanya 8 July 2016 18: 56
    +3
    Trump’s relationship with Putin and his positive outlook on Russia are “one of the most curious aspects of the presidential campaign,”

    And also these strange words: "A dog is a friend of man ..." (c} fool
    1. Vladimirets
      Vladimirets 8 July 2016 20: 15
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      Quote: Tanya
      And also these strange words: "A dog is a friend of man ..." (c}

      laughing good
  10. Berkut24
    Berkut24 8 July 2016 19: 00
    +2
    Since mass hysteria means no more arguments. No argument - no conversation. There is no talk - we do as we want and what we want.
  11. Lelek
    Lelek 8 July 2016 19: 13
    +2
    “What can Russia's hacker attack on the National Committee of the Democratic Party tell us about the private server of Hillary Clinton” (Forbes, June 15).

    Don't tell my slippers. Lagging behind in definitions, sir-peers, the hacker, who "offended" Clintonsha, safely "threw away the horses", which is very symptomatic in cases of "contacts" with the Clinton and Bush families. (cry)
  12. Anchonsha
    Anchonsha 8 July 2016 19: 18
    0
    Everything is clear, the black baboon from his frenzied White House due to fever in the brain convolutions completely stuck from setbacks on the world stage. Finally, due to the impact on him, it is not known as Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin. This frenzy, with manic speed, began to be thrown to the close associates of a black baboon, and further along the chain it captured all unscrupulous American media journalists. And here the bacchanal whistle of a black baboon in an inflamed brain paints a picture of how the all-powerful president of Russia Putin V.V. makes him, Obama a monkey, act against the interests of the United States, how Putin organizes sabotage against the United States, how he made ordinary small-shavens commit Blacksit to the detriment of the country. Baboon, go away you bastard quickly and free up the place where you broke a lot of firewood ....
  13. Observer2014
    Observer2014 8 July 2016 19: 22
    +14
    Bonn summer cafe right on the central square. We sit at a table. We eat pizza. We are going to the "Star Wars" to go to the cinema. There are six of us at the table. I am a German friend of mine. Another eternal student from Tazania (I graduated from university in Moscow and then moved to Germany, dad the Minister of Education in Tanzania 24 moms with him and 70 pieces of brothers and sisters underground nickname Leaderlaughing ) A girl from Bulgaria and a couple of Germans from Königsdorf.
    Vobschem sat chatting. Then the German beer drank drunk. And asks me.
    - Is it true that in the USSR vodka was cheaper than bread?
    I almost choked. You hear the victim of American propaganda, you still ask about bears in the streets. Let’s laugh with the leader (they understood Russian well and they used to be in the USSR and Russia). From childhood they hammered into their heads that Russia is what it’s so big, vicious, cold. By the way, the German then flew to Moscow as a specialist. Balloons flew in laughingBy the way, the popular opinion is that in Russia they drink the most. LIES! You should have seen how in Europe they thump laughing
    1. Dr. Bormental
      Dr. Bormental 8 July 2016 19: 33
      +5
      Quote: Observer2014
      - Is it true that in the USSR vodka was cheaper than bread?

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    3. Schulz3
      Schulz3 8 July 2016 19: 35
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      Quote: Observer2014
      Then the German drank a drink, became bolder. And he asks me.
      - Is it true that in the USSR vodka was cheaper than bread?
      I almost choked. Hear, I say, a victim of American propaganda, you still ask about bears in the streets.

      And what language did you speak, in Russian or in German? If in German, would you like to pass a small test for knowledge of it? Well, so that everyone would understand what kind of fruit are you?
      1. Observer2014
        Observer2014 8 July 2016 19: 48
        +11
        Schulz3 In Chinese laughing
        How is the weather in Lviv? laughing Our today's Troll one-day. Pardon half-day. Today you were with the German flag and number 2 laughing Brotherly, name yourself next time "I swear by my mother" And then Schultz somehow became familiar laughing
        1. Schulz3
          Schulz3 8 July 2016 19: 53
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          Quote: Observer2014
          Schulz3 In Chinese laughing
          How is the weather in Lviv?

          And hell knows.

          Quote: Observer2014
          Our today's Troll one-day. Pardon half-day. Today you were with the German flag and number 2 laughing Brotherly, name yourself next time "I swear by my mother" And then Schultz somehow became familiar laughing

          So what about the German test? Blown away?
        2. Dr. Bormental
          Dr. Bormental 8 July 2016 19: 56
          +2
          Sergey, what kind of Schultz is this? You are here before me, but something like that already happened ...
          1. Observer2014
            Observer2014 8 July 2016 20: 06
            +7
            Dr. Bormental hi
            Sergey, what kind of Schultz is this? You are here before me, but it’s already been something like that ..
            Yes, he jumps on the site in the morning. He doesn’t miss it. Romanov brought up laughing
            1. Schulz3
              Schulz3 8 July 2016 20: 23
              -9
              Quote: Observer2014
              Photos of supposedly deserted Crimean beaches here

              Which you have repeatedly denied the photo to the eyeballs of the filled Crimean beaches, right?
              Quote: Observer2014
              Him today and Romanov brought up laughing

              Especially with the "photoshopped" Ukrainian flag and "removed" umbrellas. I was so educated that it still does not appear in the topic.
              PS: Observer2014, so what language did Cologne communicate with the Germans in? wink
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        4. Schulz3
          Schulz3 8 July 2016 20: 51
          -7
          Quote: Schulz3

          And what language did you speak, in Russian or in German? If in German, would you like to pass a small test for knowledge of it? Well, so that everyone would understand what kind of fruit are you?

          Quote: Observer2014
          In Chinese laughing

          Stirlitz has never been so close to failure ...
      2. Victor-M
        Victor-M 8 July 2016 21: 21
        +2
        Quote: Schulz3
        If in German, would you like to pass a small test for knowledge of it?

        What did you cook for a visa-free trip? wink With a pork snout in the Kalash ranks do not take. laughing
      3. Starik72
        Starik72 8 July 2016 23: 22
        +1
        Schulz3. Hear FRUIT, get out of here, tired of you like a bitter radish!
  14. Tusv
    Tusv 8 July 2016 19: 32
    +2
    USA. Give up. Russian hackers slammed the codes for launching blowouts and tridents
  15. evge-malyshev
    evge-malyshev 8 July 2016 20: 00
    +1
    At such times, society needs fewer sensations and more fact-based reports about Russia and its power.

    In short, you just need to stop lying.
    1. the villain
      the villain 8 July 2016 21: 35
      0
      Quote: evge-malyshev

      In short, you just need to stop lying.

      Nah, it's not even fiction, it's a terry fantasy. Judge for yourself how those whose essence is exhaustively described in three words can stop lying: - HIS BREATHING AS BREATHING.
  16. Antiprogressor
    Antiprogressor 8 July 2016 21: 06
    0
    And this America would not go to her favorite place.
    They are ridiculous, idiotic, and absolutely deceitful.
    Other neighbors crush me side by side: the Chinese, for example (like the Uyghur people). And the hell are these States?
  17. Cosmonaut
    Cosmonaut 8 July 2016 21: 06
    0
    In general, without reading the article, looking at the caricature, I set the article + !!! laughing
  18. Mengad
    Mengad 8 July 2016 21: 27
    0
    Yes, you just need to sue them for a lie, and bring lawsuits in the tens of millions, and then they won’t last long and burst, or they can be returned to the channel in a more or less reliable way to give the reader and not this lie.
  19. Cosmonaut
    Cosmonaut 8 July 2016 21: 31
    0
    Quote: Mengad
    Yes, you just need to sue them for a lie, and bring lawsuits in the tens of millions, and then they won’t last long and burst, or they can be returned to the channel in a more or less reliable way to give the reader and not this lie.

    Oh, what a fat trolling, urgently to the proctologist "for tens of millions and then they will not last long and burst ...", and there will be democracy! smile
    PS. minus from me! fellow
    1. Dym71
      Dym71 8 July 2016 21: 46
      +2
      Quote: Cosmonaut
      Quote: Mengad
      Yes, you just need to sue them for a lie, and bring lawsuits in the tens of millions, and then they won’t last long and burst, or they can be returned to the channel in a more or less reliable way to give the reader and not this lie.

      Oh, what a fat trolling, urgently to the proctologist "for tens of millions and then they will not last long and burst ...", and there will be democracy! smile
      PS. minus from me! fellow


      And I basically agree with Mengad, even if they don’t burst, but you need to teach them how to answer the bazaar!
      Therefore, Mengad-yu plus! Without any threat.
  20. Cosmonaut
    Cosmonaut 8 July 2016 21: 37
    -4
    I like it !!! laughing
    It was worth throwing a shiny clip, immediately caught a red crucian !!! laughing
    Mengad, you are as transparent as a jellyfish !!! wassat
    on Friday: men, - man (translated from English), gad, - oddly enough, bastard (Russian) laughing
    1. Dym71
      Dym71 8 July 2016 22: 34
      0
      Just like that, for you, read from the wiki:
      Gad is the founder of one of the twelve tribes of Israel (the tribe of Gad). When the Jews conquered the promised land, this tribe totaled up to 45 people. During the resettlement, this tribe inherited lands east of the Jordan River and lands lying near Lake Tiberias (Lake Kinneret). The story of the brave and warlike tribe of Gad is a constant war with the surrounding tribes.
      In Orthodoxy, it is revered among the saints as one of the forefathers. His memory is celebrated on the week of the holy forefathers (two weeks before the feast of the Nativity of Christ).
  21. japs
    japs 8 July 2016 21: 46
    +3
    Khariton
    ... The oligarchs built it ... They still have significant weight in the budget, and Putin has to put up with it ... hi ЕБН and red-hot ... then there will be ETERNALIZED! What did they do with Russia .... scum!

    Dear, therefore, the labeled bastard did not show his nose to Russia! Because, as the first person he met would have MEMORIZED him! Its place is Bundesrepublik Doennerland / Germany.

    A spadar, Pan Schultz3 will advise him not to disclose Maul widely. Just a day at VO, and ambition, like a marshal.
  22. Mengad
    Mengad 8 July 2016 22: 10
    0
    Quote: Cosmonaut
    I like it !!! laughing
    It was worth throwing a shiny clip, immediately caught a red crucian !!! laughing
    Mengad, you are as transparent as a jellyfish !!! wassat
    on Friday: men, - man (translated from English), gad, - oddly enough, bastard (Russian) laughing

    yes you solved my nickname correctly wink but do not judge by nickname I'm not a bastard at all, but a reasonable person hi
  23. Kotyara Fat
    Kotyara Fat 8 July 2016 22: 19
    0
    In our crazy house
    Open Day
    And in the emergency room
    A lot of people!
    Everyone is noisy
    Where is Buanopart?
    Where is the great galele?
    Show us soon!
    © ALISA 1986
  24. faterdom
    faterdom 8 July 2016 22: 48
    +1
    It is worth fearing, if in the West they begin to praise our chiefs. In the meantime, all the way. Such a blatant lie even dull and incurious Aboriginal readers of "WP" get bored as hell.
  25. Cosmonaut
    Cosmonaut 9 July 2016 00: 05
    0
    Quote: Dym71
    Just like that, for you, read from the wiki:
    Gad is the founder of one of the twelve tribes of Israel (the tribe of Gad). When the Jews conquered the promised land, this tribe totaled up to 45 people. During the resettlement, this tribe inherited lands east of the Jordan River and lands lying near Lake Tiberias (Lake Kinneret). The story of the brave and warlike tribe of Gad is a constant war with the surrounding tribes.
    In Orthodoxy, it is revered among the saints as one of the forefathers. His memory is celebrated on the week of the holy forefathers (two weeks before the feast of the Nativity of Christ).

    Actually, my comment was addressed not to you, incl. to your lack of culture, I send you to a holy place, in antediluvian times, during the times of Eve and Adam !!!
  26. Cosmonaut
    Cosmonaut 9 July 2016 00: 11
    -1
    Quote: Mengad
    Quote: Cosmonaut
    I like it !!! laughing
    It was worth throwing a shiny clip, immediately caught a red crucian !!! laughing
    Mengad, you are as transparent as a jellyfish !!! wassat
    on Friday: men, - man (translated from English), gad, - oddly enough, bastard (Russian) laughing

    yes you solved my nickname correctly wink but do not judge by nickname I'm not a bastard at all, but a reasonable person hi

    Incidentally, not in the topic of "articles", nobody knows what MIND is !!! wink
  27. Mengad
    Mengad 9 July 2016 00: 29
    0
    Quote: Cosmonaut
    Quote: Mengad
    Quote: Cosmonaut
    I like it !!! laughing
    It was worth throwing a shiny clip, immediately caught a red crucian !!! laughing
    Mengad, you are as transparent as a jellyfish !!! wassat
    on Friday: men, - man (translated from English), gad, - oddly enough, bastard (Russian) laughing

    yes you solved my nickname correctly wink but do not judge by nickname I'm not a bastard at all, but a reasonable person hi

    Incidentally, not in the topic of "articles", nobody knows what MIND is !!! wink

    I understand that this pebble is addressed to me wink Well, nothing for a good person can be spent 5 minutes and explain to the ignorant what reason is. So dear, if you deign to keep your eyes busy reading my posts, and connecting your brain when analyzing my posts, then we will come to a common denominator ... but rather to the concept of the word ,, reason, "I thank you for the attention allotted to my person. With respect to Gad. hi laughing
  28. yuriy55
    yuriy55 9 July 2016 04: 18
    0
    A normal, well-mannered person will not repeat publicly insults against him, and, even more so, relish these pearls every day. No. In which case he will beat the offender's face angry or will just ignore these nonsense winked We hear the same thing every time from our "valiant" media belay What's this? What pleasantly positive emotions do the workers of long languages ​​want to evoke in our bodies?
    "Himself like that" is quite enough ...
    1. Cat man null
      Cat man null 9 July 2016 04: 32
      0
      Quote: yuriy55
      We hear the same thing every time from our "valiant" media

      - but the fact that this article is a reprint from "The Nation", and the author's name is Pierre James Cardin, doesn't he tell you anything? wink
  29. t118an
    t118an 9 July 2016 11: 19
    0
    A strange article for the American media .... I think James Carden will soon go to jail for attempting to rape some maid ... But the article is completely useless because Russia was finally convinced of the falsity of "all civilized humanity (read all supermen)" even during the murder of civilians and peacekeepers in Abkhazia and Ossetia by the Georgian-American-Bandera troops. Then many more different lies poured in our direction, and we will not forget this. And to tell Western liars that they are liars is pointless because they already know it - "people are hawala" with great pleasure.
  30. grandfather Mih
    grandfather Mih 9 July 2016 11: 58
    0
    Quote: t118an
    will soon sit down as an attempted rape of some sort of maid
    Right This is a political matter. Here, the Ukrainian Rooster at the NATO summit eyes Obama builds. Politics, it turns out, is a delicate matter. Not right away and realize that the sexual orientation and preferences of seasoned Obama will have such an effect. I never would have thought.
  31. 15Bars
    15Bars 14 July 2016 02: 09
    0
    Plain yellow press bloated to gigantic proportions