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Posted in: Film about Japanese-Russian POW romance gets crowdfunding project for screening in Russia See in context

Aren't Russians "slavs" not just "white"? When you say "white man" I immediately imagine a "white guy" from Europe or America but I think Russians are different.

To say the truth – yes.

Russian are Slavs/ Finno-Ugric people -and sometimes we look very much like European people, but no Europeans think that Russians are part of Europe, no Russians think so. Culture is different. Psychology is totally different.  

Opinion of Afro-American students about Russian classmates: they are not white they are Russians.

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Posted in: Japanese crab fishing boat seized by Russia See in context

Japanese crab fishing boat

And about crabs - most Russians knew that this is gourmet foods… talking a lot about crabs… but have no intention to eat them.

So you have a chance.

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Posted in: Japanese crab fishing boat seized by Russia See in context

So, what is most wonderful thing for me in this situation – position of Japanese gov.

Russia has a little population on Far East (very little), Russian dislike sea food (we prefer other dishes), but Russia is not some sort of African country and of course Russian borders (and waters) are protected. Of course Russian have some fishing fleet – but it is not our strong point (historically Russian never eat sea fish unlike Europeans or (especially!) Japanese). For most Russian sea fish – or exotic and expensive or bad and cheap food, sorry. Some sort of normal food substitute. Russian joke about sea fish – the very best fish is a … sausage. We like fish very much, but river fish, not sea one.

So if Japan needs these sea resources so much, why Japanese government does nothing about economic cooperation with Russia in this area? Why Japanese (who have all recourses and interest in this area) do absolutely nothing in legal way? Why they choose criminal way? I just can’t understand.

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Posted in: Global reaction mixed after U.S. attacks Syrian gov't base with cruise missiles See in context

Most interesting thing that US and IS attacked Syrian army simultaneously...

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Posted in: Trump edges closer to White House win See in context

So Donald Trump is a good choice...

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Posted in: Anti-doping agencies ask for whistleblower protection See in context

Pro sport is all about money, 'clean' athletes who actively wanna fight against doping in their sport and subsequently risk their career should be financially rewarded for it

One little problem:

Yuliya Stepnaova, a Russian 800-metre runner, and her husband Vitaly

they are not clean (they have a lot of problems in Russia with using/selling doping long before scandal)

They faugt doping so fiercly that they come in very close combat...

And yes - they received money for their "whistleblowing".. Don't worry

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Posted in: Anti-doping agencies ask for whistleblower protection See in context

Yuliya Stepnaova, a Russian 800-metre runner, and her husband Vitaly helped lift the lid on Russia’s alleged state-sponsored doping programme, but they have been living in hiding in the United States since the scandal broke last year.

Their evidence led to Russian athletes being banned

They have no evidence, no photos no video no documents

Nothing

Just words.

And they took money for all this "wistblowing"...

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Posted in: U.S. calls for Ukraine-Russia restraint over Crimea See in context

“Our position, as I said yesterday, is well known: Crimea is part of Ukraine and is recognized as such by the international community,” she said.

Real funny - it was no such country before 1991....

It was a little area Ukraine in 17 th century....

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Posted in: Russia loses appeal against track and field Olympic ban See in context

even the whistle-blowers are Russians

Some sort of emigration: you receive money and residence permit in exchange for "wistleblowing"

Some sort of love in exchange for money

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Posted in: IOC decision to pass the buck on Russia doping ban sparks backlash See in context

It was upon a time a good tradition that at least Olympic Games were not 100 % politicized

Sometimes we need to relax a little

We have a lot of other possibilities to make a political games

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Posted in: Crowds attack French police for second night over death of arrested man See in context

Holland's regime...

Poor French people...

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Posted in: Russia loses appeal against track and field Olympic ban See in context

There seems to clear evidence of systematic cheating by the Russians so they should be banned from the Olympics.

Which evidence?

They banned because they are Russian

Political games.

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Posted in: Attacks on Brussels airport, metro station kill 34 See in context

Train explosion Spain, Bus explosion England, Attack Charlie Hebdou, Man's head that was cut off in the UK, Attack in Paris and now Belgium. Im sure I've missed a couple. Related or not, the amount of terrorist attacks is on the rise in a rapid speed.

And all the same EU supports extremists in Syria

And promised lot of money to Erdogan (best friend of IGIL) just before explosions...

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Posted in: S Korean leader calls for Chinese help to punish North Korea See in context

S Korean leader calls for Chinese help to punish North Korea

Wty not address directly to Japan?

Brilliant idea!

South Korean leader is a such Korean...

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Posted in: Turkey won't apologize to Russia over warplane downing See in context

They were easy meat for the Turkish pilot flying an American-made plane.

Sorry - Turkey suddenly attacked Russian bomber without war declaration. It's crazy

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Posted in: Turkey shoots down Russian warplane See in context

So - by the way - in one day Turkey lost 5 millions Russian tourists which come every year....

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Posted in: Turkey shoots down Russian warplane See in context

Putin called the Turks - accomplices of terrorists.

And he declared that Russia will not tolerate such crimes...

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Posted in: Explosions at Ukrainian towers leave Crimea without power See in context

Two electricity transmission towers in Ukraine were damaged by explosions Ukrainian activists calling for an economic blockade of the Black Sea peninsula tried to prevent repair works on Saturday, but retreated after clashes with police.

As a result of these explosions there was an emergency power reduction at two nuclear power plants in Ukraine...

Ukraine is a failed state... Some sort of Somalia in Europe...

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Posted in: Russia, U.S. discuss organizing Syria political process See in context

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Saturday discusse

It's not a news - business as usual

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Posted in: Japan, Ukraine face tense diplomacy as U.N. council newcomers See in context

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin said Kiev will

Ukraine is a failed state now...

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Posted in: Dutch Safety Board: Buk missile downed MH17 over Ukraine See in context

We can safely dismiss out of hand Russian attempts to discredit the Safety Board's investigation. Credibility of Russian government and propaganda tools, zero. The Dutch, significantly more credibility

But why?? Dutch investigators were invited to Almaz-Antey experiment with blowing the same rocket near aircraft hull, they didn't come.

They knew toooo much?

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Posted in: Dutch Safety Board: Buk missile downed MH17 over Ukraine See in context

The main problem - safety. As a result of political games normal investigation was cancelled. So from now - this is possible to shoot down civil plane for some political goals. ..

Welcome to the wonderful new world !!

Most of us using civil planes... My congratulations.

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Posted in: Dutch Safety Board: Buk missile downed MH17 over Ukraine See in context

Thunderbird Questions: Why would Ukraine forces shoot down an aircraft?

It's quite normal - they constantly shelling living blocks in east Ukraine, murdering lot of civilians.

It's quite normal - Nazi love to kill as much as they can.

Besides... it's the Russians saying it wasn't one of their later versions, not the investigators.

In short - Russian is not part of investigation team -they are expelled.

Kiev guys - they are part of this team.

Guys who come to power - just shooting in opponents from sniper rifles and Kalashnikovs..

So it will be very long investigation.

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Posted in: Dutch Safety Board: Buk missile downed MH17 over Ukraine See in context

Ukraine and Western countries contend the airliner was downed by a missile fired by Russia-backed rebels or Russian forces, from rebel-controlled territory.

Netherlands as far as I understand - West, not East country. So it was no investigation. Honest Dutch investigators spend one year (without any result) trying to blame Putin.

They should made their work better and not playing political games.

CrazyJoe Ukrainian separatist forces

In short - people who does not support Nazi in Kiev. (is it obligatory ??)

on social media shortly

During all this "investigation" US officials constantly talk about "information from social media" By the way US satellit (specialised in rocket lunching control) was at that thime over East Ukraine - but US government refused to give any photo.(classified info)

Russia has vetoed a UN resolution to form an investigative panel

To say the truth - Russia vetoed tribunal. Not some fantastic "panel"

Investigation was made by honest Dutch specialists - without any result.

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Posted in: Why do extremists drive Toyotas? asks U.S. See in context

They use toyota because they cannot afford jaguar and bmw

poor bastards ....

But crowdfunding can help them???

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Posted in: Nobel Literature prize again eludes Japan's hope, Haruki Murakami See in context

HongoTAFEinmateOCT. 09, 2015 - 10:55AM JST It's literature folks, everybody has their own opinion.

Alexevich it's not a literature this is politic.

Here everybody has only one right opinion....

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Posted in: Clashes intensify in Syria from Russian-backed offensive See in context

The Islamic State — also known as ISIS, ISIL or Daesh — has strongholds in Raqqa and Aleppo provinces,

while Syria’s al-Qaida affiliate, the Nusra Front, has a strong presence in Idlib

So - who is a good guy and who is a bad guy?? I'm confused.

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Posted in: Nobel Literature prize again eludes Japan's hope, Haruki Murakami See in context

The prize went to Belarusian Svetlana Alexievich

Comparing with Murakami she's zero in literature. She wrote in Russian and she absolutely unpopular in Russia.

But every educated person here knew about Murakami. In every big bookshop in Russia you can buy his books.

Why Alexievich ??? - guess - she's uncompromising critic of Vladimir Putin ..

Some sort of Pussy Riot in literature.

Sorry Mr Murakami...

It's a dirty political games...

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Posted in: Syrian president: Russia campaign must succeed See in context

The Soviet Union couldn't handle Aghanistan when it had superpower resources to call on

How 'bout US ? in Afgani ?

So by your double standard Russia may respond to the perceived threat of NATO forces on its borders by invading and usurping foreign territory but NATO must allow Russian planes to overfly its territory when cherry picking its anti Assad targets?

Russian AF have closed Syrian air space for non - invited persons/planes.

If Turks have some plans - better to forget. To be safe and sound...

Turkish government has it's own problems in Turkey.

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Posted in: Poles furious after Russia blames them for starting WWII See in context

5SpeedRacer5 OK. So you want me to view Russia as a space products provider and a weapons supplier. Great. So what? It has a teeny weeny GNP and can't seem to get along with its neighbors or the rest of the world very well.

Please look for news from Syria - not Germany no Japan (theoretically much more developed and rich nations) are able to do such things as Russian AF(today officially they called aerospace forces). Not today not tomorrow and even a day after tomorrow it's a little bit dubious...

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