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#15041 Roman Alymov

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Posted 07 September 2016 - 1446 PM

 

 

Prostitution is not the best (or easiest) way for it, especially in our society that is still traditional and stigmatizing “sex workers”. So Ukraine becoming  sex tourism destination (long ago actually, at least Russians were going there for long time to get nice service cheap for years) is indication of condition economy and population is in.

 

 

 

 

Looks like it's back in fashion in Russia.

"Provincial schoolteacher decided to stream porn because of low salary".

http://www.pravda.ru...292259-porno-0/

 

 

 

Along the same lines:
Medvedev, 2013 - "Teachers have a special status in our culture, and government is taking responsibility to make sure that their compensation is appropriate to their difficult work."

Medvedev, 2016 - "Teaching is a calling.  You want to make money, open a business".

 

But hey - Russia is getting up from it's knees, right?

 

What are you trying to say by this? Yes there are more than 1.3mln teachers in Russia (about entire population of Estonia, with children and elders), mostly females, often young and attractive. Yes they are relatively low-paid. Yes from time to time somebody caught on doing something illegal from taking bribes to prostitution (not necessary so bad of course - for example here is story of 22 yo math teacher working as underwear model  http://gubdaily.ru/b...uchenikov-foto/). I think if i dig deep enough i will find story of teacher killing somebody etc.

 

Actually surprising is how limited in number this cases are, taking into account how many teachers we have. Is teacher-sex worker something unique to Russia? No idea, i am not specialist in this field, and i am not going to load my browser history with search for this subject, but let me remind you Suzy Hamilton case (https://en.wikipedia..._Favor_Hamilton)

 

I have pointed on education as main problem of present-day Russia (not because of teachers, but because of Soviet system ruined by mindless liberal experiments) - is it something new?


Edited by Roman Alymov, 08 September 2016 - 0025 AM.

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#15042 Roman Alymov

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Posted 07 September 2016 - 1449 PM

 

 

 

So when somebody stole OSCE cameras in DNR - is that counter-intelligence action by MGB or simple thievery?  Just wondering.

 

Ask those who took them. Could be both, could also be something else (for example, this cameras could be used as part of improvised observation system for defense positions)


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Posted 07 September 2016 - 2254 PM

 

 

 

Prostitution is not the best (or easiest) way for it, especially in our society that is still traditional and stigmatizing “sex workers”. So Ukraine becoming  sex tourism destination (long ago actually, at least Russians were going there for long time to get nice service cheap for years) is indication of condition economy and population is in.

 

 

 

 

Looks like it's back in fashion in Russia.

"Provincial schoolteacher decided to stream porn because of low salary".

http://www.pravda.ru...292259-porno-0/

 

 

 

Along the same lines:
Medvedev, 2013 - "Teachers have a special status in our culture, and government is taking responsibility to make sure that their compensation is appropriate to their difficult work."

Medvedev, 2016 - "Teaching is a calling.  You want to make money, open a business".

 

But hey - Russia is getting up from it's knees, right?

 

What are you trying to say by this? Yeas there are more than 1.3mln teachers in Russia (about entire population of Estonia, with children and elders), mostly females, often young and attractive. Yes they are relatively low-paid. Yes from time to time somebody caught on doing something from taking bribes to prostitution (not necessary if course - for example here is story of 22 yo math teacher working as underwear model  http://gubdaily.ru/b...uchenikov-foto/). I think if i dig deep enough i will find story of teacher killing somebody etc.

 

Actually surprising is how limited in number this cases are, taking into account how many teachers we have. Is teacher-sex worker something unique to Russia? No idea, i am not specialist in this field, and i am not going to load my browser history with search for this subject, but let me remind you Suzy Hamilton case (https://en.wikipedia..._Favor_Hamilton)

 

I have pointed on education as main problem of present-day Russia (not because of teachers, but because of Soviet system ruined by mindless liberal experiments) - is it something new?

 

I think this is the reason, fluffy degree is fluffy: In 2013, Alexander graduated from the Faculty of Romance and Germanic Philology of the Kuban State University
Читайте больше на http://www.pravda.ru...292259-porno-0/


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#15044 Roman Alymov

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Posted 08 September 2016 - 0101 AM

LNR army is urging people to join ... Ukrainian army. 

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The display in LNR military recruitment office urges people to sign a contract with Ukrainian army.  Journalists are asking if this reflects hidden pro-Ukrainian tendencies of LNR head honcho Plotnitsky.

Inscription above: “Contract service in LNR armed forces”

From posters below, I can only read title of  left one – “I am defending my people”.

What is indicating “LNR army is urging people to join Ukrainian army”? Something in posters text?


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#15045 Roman Alymov

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Posted 08 September 2016 - 0316 AM

As attempts to turn Ukrainian tourists from spending holidays in Crimea failed (Ukraine social advert: “Ukrainian who go to holidays in Crimea occupied by rusfashists , is no more Ukrainian”)

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now new concept implemented (Ukraine social advert: “To Ukrainian tourist: Going to Crimea? Take photos and remember everything: military vehicles, bases, radars”)

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Posted 08 September 2016 - 0952 AM

Ukraine parliament approved condemnation of earlier Poland Parliament resolution on Poles genocide in Western Ukraine http://www.unian.net...y-tragedii.html


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#15047 Roman Alymov

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Posted 09 September 2016 - 0438 AM


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#15048 Roman Alymov

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Posted 09 September 2016 - 0507 AM

Article worth reading (and full of useful links) http://nationalinter...ual-peace-17614


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#15049 Roman Alymov

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Posted 09 September 2016 - 0634 AM

Kiev city construction administration

 

 


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Posted 09 September 2016 - 1802 PM

As attempts to turn Ukrainian tourists from spending holidays in Crimea failed (Ukraine social advert: “Ukrainian who go to holidays in Crimea occupied by rusfashists , is no more Ukrainian”)

 

Funnily how one sign is written in Russian and the other in Ukrainian.

 

There is a shitstorm in twitter over some documents from the Ukrainian Ministry of Defence being auctioned:

 

http://newauction.ru...8172711697.html


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Posted 09 September 2016 - 2153 PM

Looks like it's back in fashion in Russia.

"Provincial schoolteacher decided to stream porn because of low salary".

http://www.pravda.ru...292259-porno-0/

 

 

 

If my Google-fu was right, wow, she's pretty.


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Posted 09 September 2016 - 2254 PM

Ultimately the revolutionary nature ofcthe Ukranian government will destroy it. Until they can abandon these impulses, there is sumply no way to rebuild the economy and ultimately win back the donbass. But then I will be called a Putinite etc. Oh well.

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Posted 10 September 2016 - 0311 AM

What do they need the Donbas for? It's better if it remains Donbabwe, advertisement of Russkiy Mir in practice.


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#15054 Roman Alymov

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Posted 10 September 2016 - 0315 AM

 

As attempts to turn Ukrainian tourists from spending holidays in Crimea failed (Ukraine social advert: “Ukrainian who go to holidays in Crimea occupied by rusfashists , is no more Ukrainian”)

 

Funnily how one sign is written in Russian and the other in Ukrainian.

 

There is a shitstorm in twitter over some documents from the Ukrainian Ministry of Defence being auctioned:

 

http://newauction.ru...8172711697.html

 

Probably explanation needed for users not familiar with bureaucratic Ukrainian: one of papers shown is encrypted telegram from anti-terrorist operation commander (dated 15.07.2014) containing order for sector commander and SAM unit commander to:

1.    Relocate SAM battery to region of Zaroshenskoye village to cover Amvrosievka-Snejnoye region

2.    Organize cooperation with Nation Guard commander to prevent enemy aviation intrusions into responsibility zone.

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Two days later MH17 was shot down nearby…..


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#15055 Roman Alymov

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Posted 10 September 2016 - 0706 AM

 

As attempts to turn Ukrainian tourists from spending holidays in Crimea failed (Ukraine social advert: “Ukrainian who go to holidays in Crimea occupied by rusfashists , is no more Ukrainian”)

 

Funnily how one sign is written in Russian and the other in Ukrainian.

 

More fun is that first advert, addressing for “Ukrainian” (“Ukrainian who go to holidays in Crimea occupied by rusfashists , is no more Ukrainian”)– is in Russian, while second one, with no ethnic target group  – in Ukrainian.


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#15056 Roman Alymov

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Posted 10 September 2016 - 0720 AM

What do they need the Donbas for? It's better if it remains Donbabwe, advertisement of Russkiy Mir in practice.

Without Donbass, Ukraine have no way to avoid turning itself into “Donbabwe”, agrarian country providing labor migrants for Eastern Europe and Russia like Eastern Europe provide them for Western Europe. “Ukrainian” industry is actually part of Soviet industry, rooted back into Rus Empire industry -   with infrastructure and production links growing for 150 years. Now they lost Rus market (forever, as unlike Ukraine, Russia got both internal market  and plants to replace production left in Ukraine) – and few remaining foreign markets can’t be served without components left in Donbass. For example, Mariupol still works need Avdeevka coal processing plant to continue production, and Avdeevka plant is part of “big Donetsk”, standing on front line. Without Mariupol steel, there are no hopes for full-cycle heavy industry in Ukraine, and also no currency to buy products abroad.  Ukraine need Donbass coal for power stations – in theory they could buy foreign one, but they do not have money for it in long run. And so on.

By the way Akhmetov-the-oligarch, master of Donbass, is rumored to be selling off his plants in Ukraine (he was owner, among others, Mariupol and Avdeevka plants). Also, yesterday Russia stopped diesel fuel export to Ukraine (it is ~30% of Ukraine consumption). Probably Belarus would replace Russia, but for higher price (as Lukashenko is extracting profit from anything) – with predictable results for Ukrainian economy. Ukrainians are voting with their feet now...


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Posted 10 September 2016 - 0725 AM

If Ukraine gives up the Donbass, it has even less likelyhood of reclaiming Crimea. And ultimately acknowledging the loss of these regions is suicidal in the current political climate. I don't know if and how Ukraine can move away from its revolutionary model since it has essentially adopted revolutions as a norm.
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#15058 Roman Alymov

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Posted 10 September 2016 - 0752 AM

If Ukraine gives up the Donbass, it has even less likelyhood of reclaiming Crimea. And ultimately acknowledging the loss of these regions is suicidal in the current political climate. I don't know if and how Ukraine can move away from its revolutionary model since it has essentially adopted revolutions as a norm.

Why should they move away from revolutionary model? This model provides huge personal benefits for Ukrainian politicians – from President (whose personal wealth increased 7 times in Y2015 alone https://uainfo.org/b...he-v-7-raz.html ) to “anti-corruption anti-oligarch” parliament members (who started from complaining that Parliament salary is not enough to survive, but now are paying hundreds of thousands of USD for luxury flats in central Kiev http://obozrevatel.c...-dokumentyi.htm )  Everybody is happy, no reasons for change.

Let  me post this link again http://nationalinter...ual-peace-17614  - read it.


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Posted 10 September 2016 - 1513 PM

 

 

As attempts to turn Ukrainian tourists from spending holidays in Crimea failed (Ukraine social advert: “Ukrainian who go to holidays in Crimea occupied by rusfashists , is no more Ukrainian”)

Probably explanation needed for users not familiar with bureaucratic Ukrainian: one of papers shown is encrypted telegram from anti-terrorist operation commander (dated 15.07.2014) containing order for sector commander and SAM unit commander to:

1.    Relocate SAM battery to region of Zaroshenskoye village to cover Amvrosievka-Snejnoye region

2.    Organize cooperation with Nation Guard commander to prevent enemy aviation intrusions into responsibility zone.

Two days later MH17 was shot down nearby…..

 

 

So a photo of a paper that is encrypted? Did your handler give it to you? How do you know that it say? Wher did it come from? Why now or Russian intelligence only discover it now of a

accident?

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Posted 10 September 2016 - 1516 PM

If Ukraine gives up the Donbass, it has even less likelyhood of reclaiming Crimea. And ultimately acknowledging the loss of these regions is suicidal in the current political climate.

 

and what stop Putin to do the same thing next day at the now new east Ukraine.


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