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Vladimir Putin's Russia: Soviet Union lite?

owedtojoy

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There are some indications Trump was a Manchurian candidate-but not for Russia.
For who? Israel? Saudi Arabia?

It would be a great laugh if Trump turned out to be the Muslimchurian Candidate.
Or the Mossadchurian Candidate.
 
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Trump, encouraged by his neo-con advisers Bolton and Pompous, hates any Treaty that constrains America. It is already clear that Trump sees treaties as just bits of paper.

Given his sycophancy and gullibility when confronted with Putin, I think the Americans would be better to send any random village idiot to negotiate a follow-up START with the Russians.
You're for the birds.
 

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He is lucky he did not fall out his apartment window, like a lot of Russian journalists tend to, especially after they expose corruption.

Galina Timchenko, Meduza's director general, told the AP that his co-worker showed signs of having been beaten while in police custody. Police have denied this, and claimed in a press release that Golunov's arrest was related to an operation aimed at breaking up a drug ring in Moscow.
 
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Hello, Assange? I'd say if you even half looked into the allegations above it'd fall apart.

'The problem is that the evidence of sexual crimes was always extremely, extremely weak to anybody who took the trouble to examine it – which is why the same false left were desperate to convince us that it was wrong to examine the evidence as the “victim” must always be believed, a strange abandonment of the entire principle of justice.'
 

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Hello, Assange? I'd say if you even half looked into the allegations above it'd fall apart.

'The problem is that the evidence of sexual crimes was always extremely, extremely weak to anybody who took the trouble to examine it – which is why the same false left were desperate to convince us that it was wrong to examine the evidence as the “victim” must always be believed, a strange abandonment of the entire principle of justice.'
What has that to do with Russia?

Assange is a Russian agent?

Ok, right.

Therefore, he is also a virgin, and never had an impure thought.

Get that, too.
 
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How is Russiagate working out for you?
Don't touch him
Russiagate is falling apart every day, this is why he has to put as much attention to Putin or something else
 

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Don't touch him
Russiagate is falling apart every day, this is why he has to put as much attention to Putin or something else
RIP Robert Parry, called it from the onset.
 

bormotello

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Another victory for democracy
Google banned Russia from list of the biggest countries
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Sebastian90

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I was amazed when I first saw this BBC documentary. Worth watching the first 10 minutes

Putin was intended as a puppet of the oligarchs but he seems to have broken loose. The west has never forgiven him for that

[video=youtube;S1Cib5FMq9A]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S1Cib5FMq9A[/video]
But don"t forget his army
 

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Good news of an apparent victory for Russian media over the Putin regime.


Interior Minister Vladimir Kolokoltsev admitted [Golunov's] guilt had "not been proven" and said an internal inquiry had been launched.
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Mr Kolokoltsev said he would ask Russian President Vladimir Putin to dismiss two high-ranking officials over the case: the head of the Interior Affairs Directorate of Moscow's Western Administrative District, Gen Puchkov, and the head of the Drugs Control Directorate, General Devyatkin.
As is usual with Putin's regime, some flunkeys get fired or demoted, and everything is declared to be resolved.
 

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Good news of an apparent victory for Russian media over the Putin regime.




As is usual with Putin's regime, some flunkeys get fired or demoted, and everything is declared to be resolved.
Ivan Golunov is lucky to be still alive.
 

owedtojoy

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Ivan Golunov is lucky to be still alive.
Absolutely. Many of his predecessors have been found dead, having mysteriously fallen from their apartment windows.

Like Maksim Borodin.


Maksim Borodin, 32, was a reporter for the Yekaterinburg’s Novy Den website, gaining national attention for his reports on the Russian private military company Wagner, and local repute for his investigations into prisons and corrupt officials in his native Sverdlovsk region.
 

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Good news of an apparent victory for Russian media over the Putin regime
When we will hear good news about Assange release or that DNC murderers of Seth Rich found?
 


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