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Russophiles can no longer defend their beloved Russians.


Rich Mazur 4 | 3,309
28 Oct 2018 #61
Yeah....I'm glad it's over and I can't understand people going all nostalgic over it.

Germany and Russia should be allies. With the German industry and the Russian natural resources plus the nukes, that union would be unstoppable. This is where I am with Merkel and her gas deals with Russia. Again, I admire any country that pursues the policies to its benefit. That is where the US had been beyond stupid until Trump.

To all the if you like Putin why don't you move to Russia idiots: many admired Mother Teresa. Few wanted to move to Calcutta. Got it or do I have to give you yet another example?
Bratwurst Boy 9 | 10,632
28 Oct 2018 #62
Germany and Russia should be allies.

I wonder if that would be possible at all.

The dream of a russo-german alliance is old (even before Catherines times), the advantages for both clear, but are we compatible? Social, mental, cultural?

many admired Mother Teresa.

Na ja, but she was rarely seen as a rival to the own gov head either... :)
Ziemowit 13 | 4,279
28 Oct 2018 #63
To all the if you like Putin why don't you move to Russia idiots: many admired Mother Teresa. Few wanted to move to Calcutta.

You should move to Russia first and to Calcutta next. In any case, you should keep out of Poland and the US for the benefit of both.
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,309
28 Oct 2018 #64
The dream of a russo-german alliance is old (even before Catherines times), the advantages for both clear, but are we compatible?

I am not trying to be nasty (I will save it for the a-holes here who deserve it), but are you compatible with the Turks and the current refugees?

Germans and Russian may not be compatible, but, in my opinion, you would be complementing each other in a way I just mentioned.
One way or the other, if Germany and Poland can be at peace, so can Germany and Russia except that Russia has a lot more to offer. Let those terrible days from the past be gone forever.
Bratwurst Boy 9 | 10,632
28 Oct 2018 #65
but are you compatible with the Turks and the current refugees?

Not really, no...it also works only in small doses.

Germans and Russian may not be compatible, but, in my opinion, you would be complementing each other in a way I just mentioned.

Maybe we are to big for each other? I just dunno, Rich....
Ironside 50 | 10,939
28 Oct 2018 #66
Germany and Russia should be allies

Are they not?
Bratwurst Boy 9 | 10,632
28 Oct 2018 #67
I doubt Merkel would support the economical and political sanctions if we were..

consilium.europa.eu/en/policies/sanctions/ukraine-crisis/history-ukraine-crisis
Tacitus 2 | 1,229
28 Oct 2018 #68
Or station German soldiers in Lithuania to protect them against Russian agression.

It would be great if Germany and Russia were allies (just as France and Germany are allies) because that would end all danger of a large European war. However Russia has rejected the terms under which such an alliance could be possible. Moscow is not willing to respect the independence of its' neighbours and Russia's steps towards a democracy have been undone under Putin. It is impossible for Germany to have an alliance with such a state.
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,309
28 Oct 2018 #69
It is impossible for Germany to have an alliance with such a state.

Is it possible that Germany, being part of the EU, wanted Russia to accept the MO of the West regarding "gays" and "migrants"?
Bratwurst Boy 9 | 10,632
28 Oct 2018 #70
Not killing journos and poisoning critics, not supporting secessionists and helping himself to some extra territories would be a good start...letting gays alone would be a nice touch too.

But migrants don't feature in that list...that's one topic they have already checked (better than Germany I would add):

Russia maintains one of the world's most liberal immigration policies; anyone who works in Russia for five years and develops fluency in the Russian language can become a citizen....

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immigration_to_Russia
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Illegal_immigration_to_Russia

...The large non-Slavic immigrant populations arriving in response to Putin's liberal policy have sometimes been met with xenophobia; to counter this, the Russian state has shut down various anti-immigrant group.

Tha manly man Putin is quite pro-immigration...who would have thought, huh?

PS: Crowie better hurry with his slavic empire thingy...
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,309
28 Oct 2018 #71
Tha manly man Putin is quite pro-immigration...who would have thought, huh?

You just burst my bubble. Ouch. Could it be because the Russian life span is about 59 for men and its population is shrinking?
Other things you mentioned can be debated. Especially Crimea. The West loves democracy and self-determination until it benefits Russia. Is that it?
Bratwurst Boy 9 | 10,632
28 Oct 2018 #72
Could it be because the Russian life span is about 59 for men and its population is shrinking?

Yeah...that is abysmal...can it really be all the Wodka everybody blames?

The West loves democracy and self-determination until it benefits Russia. Is that it?

Na ja, it isn't as if Putin gives a sh'it about it either...after all his support for the secessionists with money, public and weapons he is not really the victim here.

Imagine other countries could get the idea that a border change would be the thing to strive for..
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,309
28 Oct 2018 #73
Yeah...that is abysmal...can it really be all the Wodka everybody blames?

Most likely. I would be drunk every day if I lived in a one-bedroom apartment with six other people.
OP Miloslaw 8 | 3,196
28 Oct 2018 #74
As you are.....on the seventh floor of a ****** Moscow suburban council block......open another bottle of wodka....
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,309
28 Oct 2018 #75
Why do you remind me of a bad fart that just follows and you just can't get rid of the smell?
OP Miloslaw 8 | 3,196
28 Oct 2018 #76
Because that is the smell that permeates Russian tower blocks.....I blame it on the cabbage..... :-)
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,309
3 Nov 2018 #77
I wasn't sure where to go with it so I picked this thread so express my total admiration for Russia and Putin.
From cnn.com:
Washington (CNN)When the Trump administration first asked the Pentagon to send troops to the southern border, they wanted them to perform emergency law enforcement functions, CNN has learned. The Pentagon said no.

I would like to see that moment in Moscow while Putin issues an order to the Chief of the Russian Army to make the troops ready to defend Russia and the Chief says NO.

As I wrote earlier, there are insanities and there are insanities. The American insanity has no equals: the Commander-in-chief "asks" the US Army to protect the US and he is told to f*** off.

How long would it take for China to execute the army chief for that "no"? A week or less?
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,309
5 Nov 2018 #78
In Russia, the prisoners are afraid of the guards. In the US, the guards are afraid of the prisoners.
Watch that video: Rikers Island prison guard is lucky to be alive after being viciously beaten by an inmate in attack caught on surveillance camera

dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6352477/Prison-guard-Rikers-Island-viciously-beaten-inmate.html

Admittedly, Black Dolpin prison is one of a kind, but it's still spiritually uplifting to see how real prison guards handle bad dudes, not the other way around.

Also, try to sue in Russia because your soup is served not warm enough or because you need a carpet to pray on.
johnny reb 28 | 5,302
7 Mar 2019 #79
The information is extremely detailed and shows Russia's guilt beyond doubt....

Russia's parliament has advanced strict new internet laws allowing the authorities to jail or fine those who spread fake news or disrespect government officials online.

msn.com/en-us/news/world/russia-to-jail-people-for-15-days-if-found-guilty-of-disrespecting-the-government/ar-BBUtxvY?li=BBnb7Kz&pfr=1

Did ya catch that last part Milo ?
What constitutes disrespect verses disagreeing on your own terms by exercising your freedom of speech ?
It short it's o.k. for the governments to disrespect it's citizens by lying but if you do it towards the government you go to jail............

Proving......"Whoever has the biggest hammer wins."
Damn I am so thankful, as a citizen of the U.S.A., for the Constitution of the United States of America.
Ziemowit 13 | 4,279
7 Mar 2019 #80
try to sue in Russia because your soup is served not warm enough or because you need a carpet to pray on.

Russia's parliament has advanced strict new internet laws allowing the authorities to jail or fine those who spread fake news or disrespect government officials online

If the Russian government were to exercize authority over the PF, it would have been closed almost immediately and most members, including clowns such as Dirk diggler or Rich Mazur, would have been sent to prison and served soup not warm enough (if only that!).
Ironside 50 | 10,939
18 Jan 2020 #81
Seems that Russia is doing badly both economically and politically since they are out to get Poland at least on the historical narrative front. Seeing as they produce Stalin's fabrications and propaganda as historical facts. Some American Jews love it. Are they in cahoots, that desperate for money or there is a collusion?
Crow 146 | 9,112
18 Jan 2020 #82
From my perspective, Russians are manic and Poles are suicidal. That is why neither of those Slavic powers lead Slavic world. If we Serbs fails to lead it, Slavic civilization is doomed.
Ironside 50 | 10,939
18 Jan 2020 #83
neither of those Slavic powers

Wake up! No Slavic power or otherwise will build for you greater Serbia, if you cannot or are unable to do it yourself don't await for other to do it for you. WTF?
Crow 146 | 9,112
18 Jan 2020 #84
Pardon. We will. But it won`t be Greater Serbia. As good Polish Prince Czartorisky said it would be ``natural ethnic Serbia``. Then we give hand to Poland and Russia.


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