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Barbara Silvestri
Wed, 9 Aug 2017 00:24 EDT
Your previous statements
Sad to hear such nonsense! The west is not interested in Russia. The largest country in the world with huge natural resources whose economy is smaller than that of Calfornia! that says a lot about the system of governance and its people. The corruption and alcoholism is killing it with a male life expectancy of less than 65 while the West is approaching 80! Most of the country is third world except for a few of the major cities. The best thing for Russia would be a "takeover" buy the West but they ( West )want to stay away from it as far as possible. the only happy Russians are the ones living and working in the West ( New York, Sunny Isles Florida etc.)
We could not
Sat, 27 Jun 2015 16:44 EDT
Stop Laughing
We saw your president Dalia (something) interviewed on HBO VICE for a documentary about crisis in Ukraine. It was unbelievable, the things this woman was saying. The most laughable was how your country made a mistake of not fighting Soviets when they invaded your country in WWII (when you turned nazi and joined Germany). And how you will not make the same mistake but will fight them if they ever come again.
How pathetic can you get. First Russia will never bother with you, after all THEY GAVE YOU INDEPENDENCE, WHICH THEY DID NOT HAVE TO AND YOU'D NEVER BE ABLE TO "LIBERATE" YOURSELVES EVEN WITH NATO HELP. This as long as you behave and do not turn Nazis again, as Ukraine did. Also if you, under the orders from NATO, participate in an attack on Russia (you know your puppet masters in Washington think they can win over Russia and are planning an attack), then you'll be NUKED immediately and will not take many warheads to do it, either. It'll be over in minutes. You see, Russia is a peaceful country with their Slavic population as kind and nice. But you try to cross their borders on the coattails of American military, you'd be nuked in first few minutes of that attack. This is written up in Russian version of their article 5. Anyone who attacks Mother Russia again, will be nuked immediately at the borders as well as their mother countries, where-ever they are. There will be no more moving into their lands and coming close to Moscow or any other city/town/village so they have to push you back in the end. You will be nuked right there where you attack, end of story. After that, if you puppet master wants to "defend" you by attacking Russia with nukes, then they will get the same treatment as they receive it. Thus END OF THE WORLD FOR ALL. Russia and her people to the last, will never back off any threat from the west. No bluff from your side will be accepted, but called. If you come and bluff a nuclear threat against them, saying something like this: "If you don't do this and that, we'll nuke you". They simply will answer: "Go ahead, make our day".
Does you Dalia have the authority to commit mass suicide of her population? Does USA president has the authority to commit mass suicide of his population?
We don't think so. for no people of any country are so stupid and fatalistic that they would do that. Yet, with following the American model of world hegemony, your country is exposed to such an end.
So why are you playing the proverbial Russian roulette with your country and people, when Russians themselves are not playing with theirs, and they invented the "game". They will just oblige you, once you pull the trigger at the wrong place and time, upon orders from your puppet-masters.
Re-evaluate your posture.

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