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#41 JasonJ

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Posted 25 August 2015 - 1126 AM

Rogozin is a guy who was a Russian representative to NATO, then he was saying that new members brought a 'virus of Russophobia' with them. When he was denied an overflight over Romania he said that next time he'll come in a Tu-160. I cannot say I'm surprised by his words.

 

Good that this time also 'old NATO' and 'old EU' countries like Denmark, Sweden and others are being threatened - it makes much harder for useful idiots (or outright cunts) to promote their idiotic 'normalisation'. Some are still trying though, like this POS Renzi babbling about impossibility of 'building an EU against Russia'. It's Russia against the West, they wanted it and they should have it.

 

Just by keeping that guy in high level positions for a long time says a lot.


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Posted 25 August 2015 - 1135 AM

The problem is you have to ask why they want to do that. And the only answer I can get is they want to cut ties with anyone whom has anything like an ordinary political and economic process.

 

Alternatively they are run by people whom think this is the way international diplomacy gets done.  Im not sure what's worse really.

Russia is just run by Trump. You know, winners instead of losers. :)


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Posted 25 August 2015 - 1329 PM


Rogozin is a guy who was a Russian representative to NATO, then he was saying that new members brought a 'virus of Russophobia' with them. When he was denied an overflight over Romania he said that next time he'll come in a Tu-160. I cannot say I'm surprised by his words.
 
Good that this time also 'old NATO' and 'old EU' countries like Denmark, Sweden and others are being threatened - it makes much harder for useful idiots (or outright cunts) to promote their idiotic 'normalisation'. Some are still trying though, like this POS Renzi babbling about impossibility of 'building an EU against Russia'. It's Russia against the West, they wanted it and they should have it.

 
Just by keeping that guy in high level positions for a long time says a lot.

Maybe He is the king's tsar's jester?
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#44 JasonJ

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Posted 25 August 2015 - 1336 PM

Rogozin is a guy who was a Russian representative to NATO, then he was saying that new members brought a 'virus of Russophobia' with them. When he was denied an overflight over Romania he said that next time he'll come in a Tu-160. I cannot say I'm surprised by his words.
 
Good that this time also 'old NATO' and 'old EU' countries like Denmark, Sweden and others are being threatened - it makes much harder for useful idiots (or outright cunts) to promote their idiotic 'normalisation'. Some are still trying though, like this POS Renzi babbling about impossibility of 'building an EU against Russia'. It's Russia against the West, they wanted it and they should have it.

 
Just by keeping that guy in high level positions for a long time says a lot.

Maybe He is the king's tsar's jester?

As a jester just symbolically in charge of the defense industry I guess and hope.
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Posted 25 August 2015 - 1403 PM

he is allied to putin´s party, but ´´independent´´. think of him as Ralph Cifaretto in Tony Soprano´s crew


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#46 Sami Jumppanen

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Posted 27 August 2015 - 0516 AM

On news today: Russian man was arrested in Finland some 10 days ago. Man was about to return to Russia after being on a holiday in Finland and in Spain. Man was arrested because US goverment requested it and now Russians are rising hell about this and demand that the man wouldn't be handed over to US authorities. Reason: not exactly sure but the man is said to be a computer expert.

 

Funny bit is: Russia is whining that US authorities should have contacted them first and "co-operate" with them on this. (Those who don't know Russians do not hand over their citizens under any circumstances. This is apparently prohibited by their constitution.)

 

I didn't find any relevant news article on this in english so i decided to use this thread.


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#47 Ssnake

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Posted 27 August 2015 - 0531 AM

All states that come to my mind have regulations that they won't turn over their own citizens to foreign nations ... if arrested on own soil. But that's the thing with national laws ... not valid outside of your own state.


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#48 BansheeOne

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Posted 27 August 2015 - 0551 AM

All states that come to my mind have regulations that they won't turn over their own citizens to foreign nations ... if arrested on own soil.

 

I was surprised to learn during the Amanda Knox festivities that apparently the US of all places has not.


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Posted 27 August 2015 - 0651 AM

Maybe there are exemptions/bilateral agreements...?


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#50 EchoFiveMike

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Posted 27 August 2015 - 0706 AM

It's America, if'n you can't fight off them foreign skum, we don't want ya!  S/F....Ken M


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Posted 27 August 2015 - 1456 PM

Luca Brasi to Putins Don Corleone? :)

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#52 Roman Alymov

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Posted 03 September 2015 - 1055 AM

http://www.rferl.org...a/27220994.html

Russians Purchase Putin Paraphernalia

Published 1 September 2015

With patriotic passions running high in Russia, the country's souvenir shops are doing brisk business. And Putin souvenirs are all the rage. (RFE/RL's Current Time TV)


Edited by Roman Alymov, 03 September 2015 - 1058 AM.

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#53 Mr King

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Posted 04 September 2015 - 1558 PM

It's like Coke and Mentos but with a chance of burning explosion. 

 


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#54 bd1

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Posted 05 September 2015 - 1352 PM

VDV priest corps + inflatable church. now i bet that this is something sparky has not thought of, yet....

 


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Posted 13 September 2015 - 0625 AM

Pika Pika Russian version:

 

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#56 EchoFiveMike

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Posted 13 September 2015 - 0650 AM

Nothing says "Russia Stronk!" like blowing up the hostages along with the terrorists.  S/F....Ken M

 


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#57 BansheeOne

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Posted 13 September 2015 - 0741 AM

And yourself, too. :D

 

We have a standing phrase of "hostage rescue the Russian way" in our family that goes back to images of liberal use of heavy weapons including Hinds and Grads in anti-terrorist operations in the Caucasus one or two decades back.


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Posted 13 September 2015 - 1110 AM

is the third guy from left at 0.27-0.30 shooting at the helicopter just in case?


Edited by bd1, 13 September 2015 - 1111 AM.

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#59 Marek Tucan

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Posted 13 September 2015 - 1115 AM

Well at least they did not use TOS-1... But I thought the Japanese had the antitank polemine franchise?


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Posted 13 September 2015 - 1253 PM

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