Russia unveils new Marussia luxury sports car
Here in the West we are easily brained
Britain had poison stuff stored back in the 1950's and the USA dropped Agent Orange from planes in the South Viet am war. It killed, left people maimed for life and even effected some US military.
They voted in an election in which the massive majority of places the thing was carried out properly and filmed too.
Russia is a big country and the people are very loyal to their place and want a strong leader so that is their choice...
Let me remind that you like man in the West are brained automatically into an anti-Russian direction.
...the percentage which was misused was tiny.
In other words, that great political philosopher said it a long time ago: It doesn't matter who votes for whom. It only matters who counts the votes. -- V.I.Lenin
Or you could just have googled who really said that.
In 2006, Wikiquote dug up such a source: The Memoirs of Stalin's Former Secretary by Boris Bazhanov, published in 2002. Translated from the Russian, the version which, according to Bazhanov, was uttered in 1923 by Stalin in reference to a vote in the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, was this:"I consider it completely unimportant who in the party will vote, or how; but what is extraordinarily important is this -- who will count the votes, and how."The quote is a rough match for the words commonly attributed to Stalin, with the notable difference that the context is quite specific. Stalin wasn't speaking of elections and voting in general. He was speaking of a particular vote by a particular body.While it would be a bit of a stretch to assert (given the vagaries of translation, the unreliability of memory, and the existence of earlier examples) that the sentiment "The people who cast the votes decide nothing; the people who count the votes decide everything" originated with Stalin, there is at least some evidence that he once said something like it.
Quote from: ersi on 2018-04-03, 04:11:00Or you could just have googled who really said that.I associate that with Stalin but I have no idea how to Google about any correctness in that matter.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday signed the package of constitutional reforms he had proposed, including a clause giving him an option to run for two more terms.
He is still an outstanding Russian whatever he does.
Indeed the mass evil of the Reds has no comparison with the progress of modern Russia.
Incidentally, this Russian YouTuber has made some videos about the topic.
Here in the West we have been controlled by anti-Russian attitudes by politicians and media corners. Led by America (a farce itself politically and generally) the West corner has been the base for bashing Russia.
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