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  Grin
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21:59 20.11.2018
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> I refuse to believe that anyone smart would be supporting Putin
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There is a difference between not supporting Putin and supporting freaks. I've added a few more pics just for fun. They aren't just random freaks. They are «leaders» and «experts» western propaganda machine use them from time to time.
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22:02 20.11.2018
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> but no one here blames Russia for it, people look to themselves for answers and don't blame anyone else — like they do in Russia.
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Comon, what about so called meddling in elections all over the world?
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22:03 20.11.2018
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> They don't talk about nukes here or show threatening cartoons like they do in Russia
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ORLY? Imagine the level of shit boiling all over your media if Putin says that we have the right to make a pre-emptive nuclear strike if we think it is necessary?
You don't talk about such things and don't show cartoons but your country is directly responsible for death of several hundred thuosands people in the Middle East (war in Iraq, Libia etc). And millions had to run for their life.
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22:05 20.11.2018
P. S., The no confidence vote stalled. Not enough letters have been submitted yet, but Rees Mogg had a press conference today with journalists and he called for people to be patient. Because according to him — more than 26 letters were submitted, it is just that some MPs did it privately. I think what they are worried about is that if they topple May, it might cause a general election and then Corbyn might get in, cause people here are unhappy with how the Tories have been handling Brexit. And Corbyn is positioning himself as a Eurosceptic all of a sudden.
May is hurrying to Brussels this week to get the deal finalized. Although Spain says they will veto it, cause of Gibraltar. And also DUP (they are the Northern Irish Unionist Party and are in coalition with May, she has to have their votes on board) — they withdrew their support for the Cons until May is replaced. When it comes to ratifying the deal here, she won't have enough votes. The Eurosceptic don't want to vote for it, Corbyn is rejecting it as well, and now DUP. It all seems a bit surreal to be honest. Why is she doing this? Unless of course she knows something that we don't, there is something odd about all this, I guess they don't tell us everything like it really is here either.

I got to go now, I am dog tired, I ran for 3 hours this lunchtime in the dreadful rain. Just gonna wait for the nanny to bring my daughter from the ballet school, say goodnight to the kids and bugger off to bed.
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22:09 20.11.2018
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
>> but no one here blames Russia for it, people look to themselves for answers and don't blame anyone else — like they do in Russia.
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>Comon, what about so called meddling in elections all over the world?
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I will answer you some time later. Have a nice evening). Tomorrow is my last day off this year and I am going with my daughter's class to Buckingham Palace to see the Romanoff exhibition. Really looking forward to it, but they already told us no photography will be allowed. Very strange, as on the Isle of Wight I photoed whatever I liked at the Osborne House. Anyways, got to go)
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22:12 20.11.2018
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> May is hurrying to Brussels this week to get the deal finalized. Although Spain says they will veto it, cause of Gibraltar. And also DUP (they are the Northern Irish Unionist Party and are in coalition with May, she has to have their votes on board) — they withdrew their support for the Cons until May is replaced. When it comes to ratifying the deal here, she won't have enough votes. The Eurosceptic don't want to vote for it, Corbyn is rejecting it as well, and now DUP. It all seems a bit surreal to be honest. Why is she doing this? Unless of course she knows something that we don't, there is something odd about all this, I guess they don't tell us everything like it really is here either.
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> I got to go now, I am dog tired, I ran for 3 hours this lunchtime in the dreadful rain. Just gonna wait for the nanny to bring my daughter from the ballet school, say goodnight to the kids and bugger off to bed.
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Oh, that's a great news, aren't they? A bit of sarcasm here). But it's better than no-deal, I suppose. I bet Spain won't veto it in the end. They don't have guts for it. May be they will try to negotiate some benefits for themselves.
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22:13 20.11.2018
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> I will answer you some time later. Have a nice evening).
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Thanks, have a nice evening too

Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> Tomorrow is my last day off this year and I am going with my daughter's class to Buckingham Palace to see the Romanoff exhibition. Really looking forward to it, but they already told us no photography will be allowed. Very strange, as on the Isle of Wight I photoed whatever I liked at the Osborne House. Anyways, got to go)
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I'm a bit jealous. I wish you and your daughter a nice holiday filled with many positive emotions.
See you
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22:16 21.11.2018
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> There is a difference between not supporting Putin and supporting freaks. I've added a few more pics just for fun. They aren't just random freaks. They are «leaders» and «experts» western propaganda machine use them from time to time.
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You are like a child really with your «freaks» and «clowns». You have a one dimensional thinking system. I could say the opposite to you: «There is always the point of supporting the opposition to anyone who gets too much power. For the sake of it, for the sake of the principle.»
You can't get strong and credible opposition out of nowhere, not in the situation whereby one person and his clan have all the power, all the media, all the money, etc. etc. It is impossible for a strong, credible opposition to emerge in that situation. Cause if anyone starts getting popular with the public at large in that situation, they get immediately discredited by the all too powerful authorities. Because of your and people like you 's way of thinking — you have what you have in Russia — an authoritarian set up. And to be honest, your Putin's Botox filled rat face looks arguably uglier than all your pics put together. No offence.
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22:24 21.11.2018
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> ORLY? Imagine the level of shit boiling all over your media if Putin says that we have the right to make a pre-emptive nuclear strike if we think it is necessary?
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They don't advertise any nukes here. That debate in the Commons took place because of Labour and Corbyn — who wanted Britain to give up its Trident nuclear system. And the Cons wanted to spend money on modernizing it. It was not aimed at threatening people in Russia. Nothing like the cartoon your media came up with where the Russian missiles were nuking Florida. That was sickening, my husband's uncle is retired there, and his cousin and his family live there. Any western person watching that cartoon would find it ugly, chauvinistic and ultra stupid.
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> You don't talk about such things and don't show cartoons but your country is directly responsible for death of several hundred thuosands people in the Middle East (war in Iraq, Libia etc). And millions had to run for their life.
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I told you before — your views are grossly affected by your propaganda machine. The conflicts in the middle East — Iraq, Lybia — are not all down to the western interference. A lot of it was down to the regimes that were established there and the poverty there, etc. Noone interferes with any countries where there are no violations of human rights, massacre and poverty due to corruption. That doesn't mean that interfering in Iraq wasn't a mistake, it was. Prior to Iraq, where the West interfered — South Korea, Vietnam, Yugoslavia — the massacre ended and the situation got better. In Iraq it didn't, it was a mistake. And in the West it was recognized — that the era of solving all the conflicts by interference with bombing is well and truly over. Which can't be said about Russia, who is propping the Syrian dictator and butcher, unpopular with 90% of its population — and they are propping him by carpet bombing civilians, schools and hospitals. Disgusting.
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22:29 21.11.2018
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> Oh, that's a great news, aren't they? A bit of sarcasm here). But it's better than no-deal, I suppose. I bet Spain won't veto it in the end. They don't have guts for it. May be they will try to negotiate some benefits for themselves.
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It is not over till it is over. There is a healthy debate going on about Britain's future and that debate is covered by all sorts of views. Hopefully, we will end up with the best solution, but there will be peaks and troughs along the way, that is to be expected. It is a very complex issue.
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22:30 21.11.2018
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> I'm a bit jealous. I wish you and your daughter a nice holiday filled with many positive emotions.
> See you
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It was amazing, photos were not allowed, but I made a small report about it here https://www.politforums.net/convent/1542543668_2...
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11:55 22.11.2018
Hi there
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> It was amazing
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Glad to hear it

I'm really busy atm. I left the office at 22:00 o'clock yesterday.
I'll reply to your posts on weekends.
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20:04 25.11.2018
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
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> I'm really busy atm. I left the office at 22:00 o'clock yesterday.
> I'll reply to your posts on weekends.
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The deal was ratified in Brussels today. May is trying very hard to sell it to the public, she made a special address and wrote a letter to the public asking for support.
The deal is actually not that bad. It is not legally binding, and the Irish backstop is there «just for in case», the integrity of the UK is preserved. It is just that to avoid hard border — Northern Ireland will have to follow some EU regulation on some standards for the first few years to insure frictionless trade with Ireland, but only some. Gibraltar is also on board. Effectively — we will be out of the EU jurisdiction and the free movement will stop. This is what people wanted. But my husband and friends say the deal is shit, why — I don't fully understand to be honest. But everyone here is saying that at the moment. And yeah, it will cost £39 billion quid and the implementation of it is not going to be immediate. To be honest — so sick of Brexit now — for over 2 years now — just one subject has been dominating the news, people's conversations, etc.
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00:07 26.11.2018
Hi

Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> so sick of Brexit now — for over 2 years now — just one subject has been dominating the news, people's conversations, etc
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I understand, I feel the same about Ukraine.

Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> But my husband and friends say the deal is shit, why — I don't fully understand to be honest.
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As we say it in Russian - "время покажет"
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00:11 26.11.2018
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> You are like a child really with your «freaks» and «clowns»
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Remember this guy? His name is Pavlenskiy




Your group together with Glory to Ukraine group were kinda in love with him until he put on fire Bank of France.

I assure you, I can name dozens of other freaks. Acutally, majority of them are. It's painfully obvious that kind of opposition suits Putin. There is no point in supporting them, because it isn't serious.
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