#276

RE: Putin's Russland

in Politik 14.06.2018 08:38
von Hans Bergman | 15.553 Beiträge | 28628 Punkte

Zitat von Maga-neu im Beitrag #271
Zitat von nahal im Beitrag #268
...Er soll nicht der erste sein, der auferstanden ist. :-)
Journalist who faked death had come to Israel after fleeing Russia
https://www.timesofisrael.com/journalist...fleeing-russia/

Ich dachte, man kann in Israel auferstehen, nicht dass man nach der Auferstehung nach Israel kommt.
Als Gläubiger muss man glauben, was einem aufgetischt wird, alles andere ist Häresie.



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#277

RE: Putin's Russland

in Politik 01.07.2018 16:45
von Nadine | 3.217 Beiträge | 19694 Punkte

Aks ueberzeugte Putinistin habe ich eben natuerlich den russischen Ausgleich bejubelt.


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#278

RE: Putin's Russland

in Politik 01.07.2018 18:45
von Nadine | 3.217 Beiträge | 19694 Punkte

Wahnsinn.


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#279

RE: Putin's Russland

in Politik 03.07.2018 17:57
von Hans Bergman | 15.553 Beiträge | 28628 Punkte

Zitat von Nadine im Beitrag #277
Aks ueberzeugte Putinistin habe ich eben natuerlich den russischen Ausgleich bejubelt.

Schweiz gegen Schweden. Schwierig - für wen soll man zittern? Zwei Unterhunde. Abba gegen Tell, ein ungleicher Kampf.
Na ja, Schweden bunkert nicht soviel deutsches Schwarzgeld! Vamos Suecia...



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#280

RE: Putin's Russland

in Politik 10.07.2018 20:36
von Nadine | 3.217 Beiträge | 19694 Punkte

Die russischen Frauen haben nichts anderes im Sinn, als das WM Fieber ihrer Männer auzunutzen, um stabilere Gene ins Land hinein zu vög...
Tststs
😋


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#281

RE: Putin's Russland

in Politik 25.07.2018 11:40
von mbockstette | 7.881 Beiträge | 6023 Punkte

Wegen Russland: Schweden und Finnland denken um

24.07.2018 - Russland droht Schweden und Finnland

Moskau sieht das Verhältnis von Schweden und Finnland zur Nato kritisch. Verteidigungsminister Schoigu warnt: Sollten die Länder dem Bündnis beitreten, werde Moskau reagieren.

Der russische Verteidigungsminister Sergej Schoigu hat sich kritisch zu dem engen Verhältnis von Finnland und Schweden zur Nato geäußert. Sollten beide Länder dem Verteidigungsbündnis beitreten, werde Russland darauf reagieren müssen, sagte Schoigu der Nachrichtenagentur Interfax zufolge. Eine derartige Ausweitung der Nato würde die globale Sicherheit gefährden

http://www.spiegel.de/politik/ausland/ru...-a-1220000.html


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#282

RE: Putin's Russland

in Politik 25.07.2018 12:35
von mbockstette | 7.881 Beiträge | 6023 Punkte

Russian Hackers Reach U.S. Utility Control Rooms

Hackers working for Russia claimed “hundreds of victims” last year in a giant and long-running campaign that put them inside the control rooms of U.S. electric utilities where they could have caused blackouts, federal officials said.

https://www.nzz.ch/international/russisc...gung-ld.1406263


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#283

RE: Putin's Russland

in Politik 25.07.2018 18:58
von Nadine | 3.217 Beiträge | 19694 Punkte

Würde Moskau von den Leuten regiert, die der Westen seit Jahren in der Ukraine unterstützt, dann hätten wir längst den 3.Weltkrieg.


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#284

RE: Putin's Russland

in Politik 26.04.2019 00:36
von Willie | 19.272 Beiträge | 46258 Punkte

Russia reveals its new submarine armed with nuclear-tipped drones capable of wiping out a city by triggering a tsunami
Russia has launched its latest nuclear-armed submarine under the watchful eye of President Vladimir Putin.

The sub, named Belgorod, was launched from the Sevmash plant in northwestern Russian on Tuesday while Putin observed via teleconference.

Belgorod is designed to carry nuclear-armed Poseidon drones, a doomsday weapon that Russia says will be capable of destroying entire cities by triggering a tsunami.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article...ped-drones.html


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#285

RE: Putin's Russland

in Politik 29.04.2019 17:03
von Willie | 19.272 Beiträge | 46258 Punkte

The big winner from Trump's Iran oil boycott: Vladimir Putin
The biggest winner from Donald Trump's clampdown on Iranian oil exports is Vladimir Putin and Russia. That much became clear even before Secretary State Mike Pompeo made the official announcement early Monday. Crude oil prices, already up 44% this year, jumped nearly 3% more.

Within minutes after the move became known, oil prices began to spike—a boon for Russia, one of the world's largest oil suppliers. But not so good for a whole lot of other countries—including American motorists who'll be paying a lot more for gasoline this summer. China, a nation whose leaders Trump is courting hard for his much-needed trade pact, did not react well to his oil edict.

With oil exports comprising some 60% of Russia's total merchandise exports and 30% of its GDP, every dollar increase in the price of oil translates immediately into a dramatic improvement in Russia's financial position. This cannot help but offset some of the impact of the sanctions that the United States and Western Europe continue to level on Russia as a result of the Kremlin's seizure of Crimea and its ongoing activities in Eastern Ukraine.

In hard dollar terms, the impact is even more apparent. With Russia producing some 11 million barrels of oil a day, each dollar increase in the price per barrel of crude oil adds at least $4 billion to the Russian economy each year . Moreover, Russia ran a budget surplus last year that was close to 3% of its GDP, higher than forecast, as Russia's Economy Minister Maxim Oreshkin told the Financial Times in December. It was the first such annual budget surplus since 2011.

As it happens, oil prices are one of the few economic indicators that are effectively a zero-sum game. While the oil price increases already anticipated by today's American action may boost Russia's economy, they also add substantially to the burden on America's allies in Western Europe, who consume some 13 million barrels of oil per day.
https://www.cnn.com/2019/04/23/opinions/...6ofsMabCQn4eEvU


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#286

RE: Putin's Russland

in Politik 29.04.2019 17:44
von nahal | 18.907 Beiträge | 21715 Punkte

Zitat von Willie im Beitrag #285
The big winner from Trump's Iran oil boycott: Vladimir Putin
The biggest winner from Donald Trump's clampdown on Iranian oil exports is Vladimir Putin and Russia. That much became clear even before Secretary State Mike Pompeo made the official announcement early Monday. Crude oil prices, already up 44% this year, jumped nearly 3% more.

Within minutes after the move became known, oil prices began to spike—a boon for Russia, one of the world's largest oil suppliers. But not so good for a whole lot of other countries—including American motorists who'll be paying a lot more for gasoline this summer. China, a nation whose leaders Trump is courting hard for his much-needed trade pact, did not react well to his oil edict.

With oil exports comprising some 60% of Russia's total merchandise exports and 30% of its GDP, every dollar increase in the price of oil translates immediately into a dramatic improvement in Russia's financial position. This cannot help but offset some of the impact of the sanctions that the United States and Western Europe continue to level on Russia as a result of the Kremlin's seizure of Crimea and its ongoing activities in Eastern Ukraine.

In hard dollar terms, the impact is even more apparent. With Russia producing some 11 million barrels of oil a day, each dollar increase in the price per barrel of crude oil adds at least $4 billion to the Russian economy each year . Moreover, Russia ran a budget surplus last year that was close to 3% of its GDP, higher than forecast, as Russia's Economy Minister Maxim Oreshkin told the Financial Times in December. It was the first such annual budget surplus since 2011.

As it happens, oil prices are one of the few economic indicators that are effectively a zero-sum game. While the oil price increases already anticipated by today's American action may boost Russia's economy, they also add substantially to the burden on America's allies in Western Europe, who consume some 13 million barrels of oil per day.
https://www.cnn.com/2019/04/23/opinions/...6ofsMabCQn4eEvU




cnn + Willie-BNoy bull shit

https://markets.businessinsider.com/commodities/oil-price


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#287

RE: Putin's Russland

in Politik 29.04.2019 21:00
von Willie | 19.272 Beiträge | 46258 Punkte

Whale with harness could be Russian weapon, say Norwegian experts
Fisherman raised alarm after white whale sporting unusual strapping began harassing their boats
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/...rwegian-experts


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#288

RE: Putin's Russland

in Politik 29.04.2019 21:38
von Maga-neu | 21.092 Beiträge | 45425 Punkte

Zitat von Willie im Beitrag #287
Whale with harness could be Russian weapon, say Norwegian experts
Fisherman raised alarm after white whale sporting unusual strapping began harassing their boats
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/...rwegian-experts

Meine Güte, jetzt setzen die Russen schon Moby Dick ein.

Mal ehrlich, das ist doch Comedy.


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#289

RE: Putin's Russland

in Politik 01.05.2019 19:28
von Willie | 19.272 Beiträge | 46258 Punkte

Russian intelligence operations shifting tactics not goals
Russia’s intelligence services – well-funded, aggressive and politically protected – remain at the heart of Moscow’s wider political war against the West, intended to disrupt, distract, and demoralise. Although many different instruments are used, from disinformation and corruption to diplomacy to economic pressure, the intelligence services are committed to not just gathering information but active operations, and thus they play a crucial role in their use. The lesson for NATO is not just of the need for continued vigilance but also that the solidarity embodied by the Alliance is as important in dealing with non-military as military threats.
https://www.nato.int/docu/review/2019/Al...-7UVRD7OmwKe7XY


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#290

RE: Putin's Russland

in Politik 08.05.2019 16:08
von Willie | 19.272 Beiträge | 46258 Punkte

FBI Director Christopher Wray Says Russia Remains a Threat to 2020 Election
‘That’s not just in an election cycle threat. It is pretty much a 365 day a year threat,’ Wray said.

FBI Director Chris Wray on Friday said Russia still poses a significant counterintelligence threat to the U.S. and continues to use social media campaigns to try and influence American politics.

“They use social media … to try and spin us up and pit us against each other and to undermine Americans faith in democracy,” Wray said at an event at the Council on Foreign Relations in Washington. “That’s not just in an election cycle threat. It is pretty much a 365 day a year threat.”
https://www.thedailybeast.com/fbi-direct...o-2020-election


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#291

RE: Putin's Russland

in Politik 08.05.2019 16:29
von Willie | 19.272 Beiträge | 46258 Punkte

Durbin: McConnell ignored election security because GOP benefited from Russians
Sen. Dick Durbin suggested Tuesday that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell wasn’t putting election security legislation up for a vote because Republicans benefited from Russian interference in the 2016 election.

The Democratic whip’s remarks come after McConnell declared in a floor speech Tuesday “case closed” on special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
“There are two possibilities,” Durbin said. “He really doesn’t believe it, he doesn’t think the Russians were involved in 2016. He ignores the Mueller report and our intelligence agencies or in the alternative feels the Russians were on the side of the Republicans in 2016 and just might be again in 2020.”

Durbin added that he hopes that “that latter possibility is so remote as to being impossible.”
https://www.politico.com/story/2019/05/0...ference-1309624

The latter would amount to treason.


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#292

RE: Putin's Russland

in Politik 08.05.2019 16:33
von Willie | 19.272 Beiträge | 46258 Punkte

RUSSIA ISN'T JUST INTERFERING IN U.S. ELECTIONS, IT'S ABUSING THE AMERICAN JUSTICE SYSTEM
Before special counsel Robert Mueller submitted his 448-page report to the Department of Justice in March, the special counsel’s team had argued in court against handing over sensitive evidence to Concord Management, a Russian company caught up in the sweeping investigation into Russian election interference.

The Russian firm, owned by Evgeney Prigozhin, a man close to Russian President Vladimir Putin, would use the evidence as part of a disinformation campaign against the special counsel, Mueller’s team argued in an 18-page memorandum filed in January. After all, the company had been indicted for funding the St. Petersburg-based troll farm that used social media campaigns to influence the 2016 U.S. presidential election. ...

This case, which sucked up innumerable hours and energy from U.S. law firms, lawyers, and judges, is just one example of how ill-equipped the American justice system is to respond to politically motivated cases from abroad and to Russia’s manipulation of the system, experts argue.

In a separate case in January, Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya, the same lawyer who met with President Donald Trump’s son and other members of the Trump campaign in the now infamous Trump Tower meeting in June 2016, was charged with obstruction of justice for making misleading statements in a New York-based money laundering case. ...

Veselnitskaya had represented the company Prevezon Holdings in court battles in the Southern District of New York without disclosing her role in helping Russian officials draft Russia’s rejection of a mutual legal assistance request from New York.

The Prevezon Holdings case involved a major tax fraud scheme uncovered by Russian lawyer Sergei Magnitsky, who died in a Russian jail under suspicious circumstances in 2009. His death led Congress to pass the 2012 Magnitsky Act, which sanctioned all individuals believed to be involved in the lawyer’s untimely death. Prosecutors claimed that Prevezon Holdings helped a Russian criminal organization launder the money from the tax fraud scheme through high-end real estate in New York. The case was suddenly settled for $6 million in May 2017, shortly after the U.S. attorney overseeing the case, Preet Bharara, was fired. ...
https://www.newsweek.com/russia-us-justi...ference-1414139

Und Putin kann sich nicht mehr halten vor lachen.



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#293

RE: Putin's Russland

in Politik 14.05.2019 17:25
von Willie | 19.272 Beiträge | 46258 Punkte

Russia Has Americans’ Weaknesses All Figured Out
Election interference is one front in Moscow’s larger campaign to undermine the U.S. without prompting a military response.

What are Americans supposed to think when their leaders contradict one another on the most basic question of national security—who is the enemy? This is happening every day on the floors of the House and the Senate, in committee hearing rooms, on television news programs, and in President Donald Trump’s Twitter feed. Is Russia the enemy, or was the investigation of Russia’s interference in the 2016 election just a slow-motion attack on the president and his supporters? Are Russian fake-news troll farms stirring up resentment among the American electorate, or are mainstream-media outlets just making things up?

U.S. military commanders, national-security officials, and intelligence analysts have a definitive answer: Russia is an enemy. It is taking aggressive action right now, from cyberspace to outer space, and all around the world, against the United States and its allies.
But the public has been slow to catch on, polls suggest, and Trump has given Americans little reason to believe that their president recognizes Russia’s recent actions as a threat.

All the uncertainty is part of Vladimir Putin’s plan. America’s confusion is both a product and a principal goal of a qualitatively new kind of warfare that the Kremlin is waging—a campaign that systematically targets a democratic but politically divided society whose economy, media environment, and voting systems all depend on vulnerable electronic technologies. The essence of this strategy is to attack U.S. interests just below the threshold that would prompt a military response and then, over time, to stretch that threshold further and further. The purpose of this shadow war is simple: to create what Russian General Valery Gerasimov has called “a permanent front through the entire territory of the enemy state.” ...
https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archiv...ind-war/589387/

Ein Artikel, den es sich lohnt in Gaenze zu lesen. Und zu begreifen zu versuchen.


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