Jun 24, 2016 3:46 AM GMT
I genuinely complement Putin for his victory tonight on Brexit, but Russians scream defensively, "Putin is not guilty'. What does that mean?— Michael McFaul (@McFaul) June 24, 2016
Not always, but tonight is giant victory for Putin's foreign policy objectives. Give him credit. https://t.co/9kXQQiT3nC— Michael McFaul (@McFaul) June 24, 2016
Juvenile_Orion800 saidUnnamed6 saidAnd when so-called nationalist sentiments, movements and political parties are bankrolled by the Russians (and to some degree Brexit was bankrolled by the Russians), they are in a nutshell anything but that.
What do you Americans have against Russia anyway's? , I alway's hear you American fucks always saying something negative about Russia. I rather be Russian than American any day, and hope Russia nukes America, because I will be in the corner laughing when we do.
badbug saidand hope Russia nukes America, because I will be in the corner laughing when we do
Perhaps you aren't aware of how nuclear war works. There won't be any corners anywhere to laugh from if there were a nuclear war between Russia and America.
It was David Cameron and the British government who led (with American encouragement) the EU member states to impose sanctions on the Russians for their aggressive moves in Europe
The west provoking Russia has been going on since Russia stopped being the Soviet Union. Acting like sanctions was some policy shift is crazyness, the policy of shitting on Russia has been a continual, wreckless, thing that has lead to this. All parties and governments that have allowed the needless badgering of Russia for the past 20 plus years have done everything in their power to make war more likely than it needs to be. The West has proven to be dishonourable in victory, a lesson the Russians surely will never forget nor will the Chinese or any other future powers.
Unnamed6 saidIt's one thing to exit the EU which somehow reflects the genuine wishes of the British public without any outside influence and pressure (especially from Russia), and it's another thing to exit the EU under outside influence and pressure (especially from Russia).