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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    No. 5 for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    5. Does the poster or article creator make you smile, spit out your coffee normally? If so decide whether to take a chance. Reply and offer a guiding hand.
    Not just for you!

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    Hacked - The Secret Pictures Of Trump's Australian Sexlife


    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    There is a big difference between reputable news sources
    An actual example which illustrates the phenomena:

    http://www.moonofalabama.org/2017/10....html#comments

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Hacked - The Secret Pictures Of Trump's Australian Sexlife




    An actual example which illustrates the phenomena:

    MoA - Hacked - The Secret Pictures Of Trump's Australian Sex Life
    Has it really taken you this long to discover the concept of "clickbait", you stupid boy?


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    Vlad just had some more people killed. From ISIL.

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    Vlad is awesome, fucking love the guy

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    THE BOSS: Angry Putin Slams Russian Minister of Transport For Not Doing His Job!

    Published on Sep 27, 2017
    Vladimir Putin met with Government members and reprimended Russian Minister of Transport for failing to resolve issue of bankrupted Russian airline VIM-AVIA and their 39K stranded passengers.



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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Has it really taken you this long to discover the concept of "clickbait", you stupid boy?

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    You are a total idiot you cannot be helped even wit medication.

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    Quote Originally Posted by global View Post
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    You are a total idiot you cannot be helped even wit medication.
    Your English is improving. You could almost pass for a kindergarten student.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Your English is improving. You could almost pass for a kindergarten student.
    Harry, you a linguist? (or a kindergarten teacher?)

    BTW, what about the dangerous Mr. Putin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klondyke View Post
    Harry, you a linguist? (or a kindergarten teacher?)

    BTW, what about the dangerous Mr. Putin?
    You, unfortunately, are just a fucking idiot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    You, unfortunately, are just a fucking idiot.
    This takes a high education for sure to make a comment like that "EH" You should study the facts about today politics and people who's involved in it and why? If you don't wake up soon as many zombies wont, it will be your loss. It doesn't matter who colluded the election (big bad Putin all by himself) they are all puppets in the US and elsewhere in the world too, driven by the shadow world government. That is evident now without the doubt which you fail to acknowledge. They playing us as a piano making us fighting over religion, race and color in the meantime they can make changes in world politics and peoples life without anybody noticing. The agenda is always there and not for to "serve you" ... remember that they're very clever of that I might add. This been going on for a very long time and the cabal is not going to be happy till somebody will push a button . Negotiation, honesty in politics now nonexistent only ultimatums given and following the path of destruction.

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by global View Post
    This takes a high education for sure to make a comment like that "EH" You should study the facts about today politics and people who's involved in it and why? If you don't wake up soon as many zombies wont, it will be your loss. It doesn't matter who colluded the election (big bad Putin all by himself) they are all puppets in the US and elsewhere in the world too, driven by the shadow world government. That is evident now without the doubt which you fail to acknowledge. They playing us as a piano making us fighting over religion, race and color in the meantime they can make changes in world politics and peoples life without anybody noticing. The agenda is always there and not for to "serve you" ... remember that they're very clever of that I might add. This been going on for a very long time and the cabal is not going to be happy till somebody will push a button . Negotiation, honesty in politics now nonexistent only ultimatums given and following the path of destruction.

    Cheers
    Very good. Got your tin foil hat on, have you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by global View Post
    This takes a high education for sure to make a comment like that "EH" You should study the facts about today politics and people who's involved in it and why? If you don't wake up soon as many zombies wont, it will be your loss. It doesn't matter who colluded the election (big bad Putin all by himself) they are all puppets in the US and elsewhere in the world too, driven by the shadow world government. That is evident now without the doubt which you fail to acknowledge. They playing us as a piano making us fighting over religion, race and color in the meantime they can make changes in world politics and peoples life without anybody noticing. The agenda is always there and not for to "serve you" ... remember that they're very clever of that I might add. This been going on for a very long time and the cabal is not going to be happy till somebody will push a button . Negotiation, honesty in politics now nonexistent only ultimatums given and following the path of destruction.

    Cheers
    But all of this is known to Harry, isn't it?

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    harry is not very bright, all he can do is to hurl insults when he doesn't know to answer

    Think of him as a modern day Neerdental of British descent

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    harry is not very bright, all he can do is to hurl insults when he doesn't know to answer

    Think of him as a modern day Neerdental of British descent
    Shut up you fat queer troll.

    I'm perfectly capable of hurling insults even when I do know the answer.


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    Shut up you fat queer troll.

    I'm perfectly capable of hurling insults even when I do know the answer.

    That shows me the intelligent level you gain with your high education and knowledge about world wide politics. You try to convince others how sophisticated is your inside knowledge is about Putin and the rest of the world leaders. Make a point why is he so bad and why is the rest of the world leaders are so competent? I'm here to debate with you please bring it on.

    Be happy and peaceful please.

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    He's a pussy cat.


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    Putin extends decree of salary cuts for himself, other top Russian officials
    Published time: 19 Oct, 2017

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has prolonged the duration of his 2015 order by which he cut the salary for himself, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev and a number of country’s other top officials by 10 percent.

    The civil servants who fall under the salary cut under the decree include the Prosecutor General, the head of the Investigative Committee and the head of the Russian Audit Chamber. Under the new decree, the 10 percent cut in their salaries will remain in place until the end of 2018.

    In March 2015, Putin issued the first order to reduce the wages of senior Russian officials, explaining the move as a result of economic hardships experienced by the country. Shortly before that, Putin also ordered salary cuts of 10 percent for all members of the presidential administration.

    “This is a temporary ruling, caused by the current economic situation. If conditions do not change significantly, this period will be extended. If there is a change for the better, then there will be no more reason for the extension,” Putin’s press secretary Dmitry Peskov said in comments at the time.

    In late February 2015, lawmakers from the Russian lower house, the State Duma, supported the speaker’s proposal to cut their recently-increased salaries by 10 percent as part of the Russian government’s budget optimization. However, the MPs also acknowledged that their consent would not be enough for the move, as according to Russian law the salaries of parliamentarians are calculated on the same scale as salaries of federal ministers.

    After Putin’s order to cut the ministers’ wages the parliamentarians’ wages were reduced accordingly.

    https://www.rt.com/politics/407209-p...ting-salaries/

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    Yeah, I'm pretty sure Vlad will be looking at cutting out a few luxuries as a sign of good faith.

    Probably shopping for single ply bog roll as we speak.


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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Yeah, I'm pretty sure Vlad will be looking at cutting out a few luxuries as a sign of good faith.

    Probably shopping for single ply bog roll as we speak.

    Wondering whether his friend over the ocean (and all his extended family) will follow the suit? (and send the cuts to Puerto Rico...)

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    ‘We gave you uranium, you repaid us by bombing Belgrade’: Putin slams US over nuclear treaties
    Published time: 19 Oct, 2017

    Vladimir Putin has criticized the US for failing to keep their end of the bargain in a host of international disarmament agreements. He says Moscow will not exit any existing treaties, but promised an “instant, symmetrical response” if Washington decides to quit first.

    ‘US decided to do away with international law’

    Speaking during a Q & A session at the Valdai Discussion Club in Sochi, an annual meeting with international journalists and Russia experts, Putin began by recalling the Megatons to Megawatts program, which ran between 1993 and 2013, and saw Russia downblend enriched uranium from the equivalent of about 20,000 of its nuclear warheads into low-enriched uranium to be used as fuel by US power stations.

    Putin said that as part of what he called “one of the most effective disarmament efforts in history,” US officials made 170 visits to top secret Russian facilities, and “set up permanent workplaces in them adorned with American flags.”

    “From the Russian side unprecedented openness and trust were demonstrated,” said Putin, saying that through the 1990s, about 100 US officials were entitled to carry out surprise inspections of Russian nuclear facilities, as part of Gorbachev and Yeltsin-era agreements.

    “What we got in return is well-known – a complete disregard for our national interests, support for separatism in the Caucasus, a circumvention of the UN Security Council, the bombing of Yugoslavia, the invasion of Iraq, and so on. The US must have seen the state of our nuclear weapons and economy and decided to do away with international law.”

    ‘They have no money for disarmament, but we do?’

    Putin said that Washington’s hostile policies “are returning the relationship between the two countries to the 1950s” though noted that at least during the Cold War “there was at least more mutual respect” between the two superpowers.

    “We can’t actively participate in several international treaties, because the US is not doing anything itself. We can’t just do it unilaterally,” said Putin, citing the 1993 Chemical Weapons Convention, as an example of the US taking advantage.

    Last month, Russia declared that all its chemical weapons stockpiles had been disposed of – news that Western media “decided to stay silent on,” according to Putin – while the US has persistently delayed its own destruction schedule, and now plans to complete the process in 2023 at the earliest.

    “We destroyed everything, and then our American partners said – ‘Not yet, we don’t have money.’ So, they have a dollar printing press, yet they don’t have money. But we, on the other hand, do?” said Putin with heavy sarcasm.

    ‘We will fulfil our obligations’
    Putin dated a key point in the breakdown of the post-Soviet world order to the US decision to withdraw from the 1972 Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty (ABM) in 2002, during George W. Bush’s first term in office, to pave the way for the construction of the missile defense shield, to which the Kremlin continues to object vehemently.

    “This treaty was the cornerstone of the entire international security framework in the area of strategic weapons. But despite spending years trying to persuade our colleagues otherwise, we weren’t able to hold our partners inside the agreement,” said Putin.

    US President Donald Trump has criticized another treaty between Russia and the US that is still in force – New START. Signed in 2011 through to 2021, it stipulates that both sides are allowed to have up to 1,550 active nuclear warheads. Trump called it out as poor Obama-era deal in his campaign, and reportedly was annoyed with the Russian president for bringing it up in a phone conversation earlier this year.

    “We are hearing that the other side is also not pleased with New START,” Putin said. “We are not going to quit it. Maybe we are ourselves dissatisfied with certain aspects of it, but there is always an element of compromise. So, we are going to fulfil our obligations.”

    ‘Instant and symmetrical response’
    The treaty under the biggest threat is the INF, signed in 1987, which bans land-based missiles – both nuclear and conventional – with ranges between 500-5,500 km. The US has said that several of the latest Russian rockets violate the agreement.

    Putin bemoaned that by not banning air-based and naval launchers the treaty allowed a loophole beneficial predominantly to NATO states, and said that it represented “another case of Russia making unilateral concessions.”

    “Nonetheless, we are going to comply with its terms providing our partners do so,” Putin said. “If they decide to abandon it, however, our response will be instant and symmetrical.”

    ‘Others talk about nuclear disarmament when they develop newer weapons’
    While Putin insisted that Russia “still wants and will pursue” new agreements with the US to achieve nuclear disarmament, these may be harder to negotiate in an era of more diverse weapons systems, being produced more states than ever before.

    “Countries’ readiness to talk about getting rid of nuclear weapons is in direct proportion to their advances in other weapons systems,” said Putin, noting that both conventional and high-tech weapons delivered with modern targeting systems “offer almost as much damage, with far superior accuracy.”

    “We are carefully monitoring what is happening around the world, just as our own country is acquiring these non-nuclear weapons system,” Putin said.

    Read more:
    https://www.rt.com/news/407244-putin...cal-treaties/?

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    RT says Vlad is goody two shoes.

    Now there's a fucking shocker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    RT says Vlad is goody two shoes.

    Now there's a fucking shocker.
    Please express yourself in English...

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    Putin Threatens Restrictions on US Media if Washington Pressures Russian Media

    President Vladimir Putin has threatened U.S. media operating in Russia, saying Moscow would retaliate if U.S. officials put restrictions on Russian media in the United States.


    The comments from Putin came October 19 during an appearance at a meeting of Russian and international foreign policy experts known as the Valdai Discussion Club, held in the Black Sea resort of Sochi.


    Officials with Russian state-funded media, including the RT TV channel formerly known as Russia Today and the news website Sputnik, say those organizations' American units have been ordered to register under a decades-old law known as the Foreign Agents Registration Act.


    The law was passed in the 1930s aimed at limiting the spread of Nazi propaganda in the United States.


    Since a U.S. intelligence report in January accused RT and Sputnik of being part of a Russian campaign to meddle in the 2016 presidential election, a growing chorus of officials in Washington have called on those Russian media to comply with the law.


    The Justice Department has not confirmed that it issued any order to RT or Sputnik.


    Russian officials, meanwhile, have suggested they could restrict the work of some U.S. media in Russia, including CNN, Voice of America, and RFE/RL.


    Putin echoed those remarks in his Valdai comments, though he did not specify what restrictions Moscow would take.


    "In this case we will do it only in kind and quite quickly, as soon as we see steps [to pressure] our media, there will immediately be an answer," Putin said.


    While RT distributes its programs freely in the United States on cable television, and Sputnik has an FM frequency in Washington, RFE/RL and Voice of America have no access to cable TV in Russia.

    RFE/RL once had nearly 100 radio channels inside Russia, but had lost all of them by 2012.


    https://www.voanews.com/a/putin-us-media-/4078937.html

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