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Jan 15, 2015
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Nah, you overestimate Putin's regime and underestimate how incompetent they are in everything.

They talk big game but that regime's days are numbered...
Putin is just a name on the top of a pyramid that will never cease to exist. If he dies tomorrow a new name will be pulled from the goblet. They are only as comptetent as they need to be to keep their sheep in check.
 
Nov 25, 2005
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Putin is just a name on the top of a pyramid that will never cease to exist. If he dies tomorrow a new name will be pulled from the goblet. They are only as comptetent as they need to be to keep their sheep in check.
Well we dont know for sure; remember, Putin is only their 2nd president ever (yes, Medvedev was just a roose).

But yeah, Russians need another revolution. It's a really unlucky nation if you think about it. All their revolutions resulted in a monarchy under a different name :sergio:
 
Jul 30, 2015
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Well we dont know for sure; remember, Putin is only their 2nd president ever (yes, Medvedev was just a roose).

But yeah, Russians need another revolution. It's a really unlucky nation if you think about it. All their revolutions resulted in a monarchy under a different name :sergio:
Are they really? I'm kind a tired of this notion that Russians are unlucky with their rulers, maybe it's time to admit that these rulers are just what most of the Russians want.

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What would be the play to 'half poison' someone? Fear?
You can't "half poison" with Novichok, it's a killing tool, not intimidating. Someone messed up.
 

Bisco

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Nov 21, 2005
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Well we dont know for sure; remember, Putin is only their 2nd president ever (yes, Medvedev was just a roose).

But yeah, Russians need another revolution. It's a really unlucky nation if you think about it. All their revolutions resulted in a monarchy under a different name :sergio:
Russians don't need a revolution, in fact people in Russia at least the ones with brains (and/or know the countries history with "revolution" ) know a revolution in Russia would be catastrophic considering how massive the country is, and taking into consideration the weak economy Russia has in comparison with other states in the EU.

Mind you the majority of Putin supporters are people who are pensioners and they lived through the 1990's and the catastrophe that was yelsin years so you can't really blame them. As for the younger generation, the majority of whom are air heads specially the lovely utopians who think navalany is the second coming of Christ will be the first ones to Abandon ship when the shit hits the fan and having witnessed this in my own country I can guarantee it would be a lot worse ( don't get me wrong you can't compare Egypt and Russia at all, but you see revolutions have a tendency to go south )

P.s not saying you are not entitled to your opinions Elvin but I assumed you would want a stable Russia as it's Armenia's main defender. At least that's what I was told by my Armenian professor in university.

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Bisco

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Nov 21, 2005
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Are they really? I'm kind a tired of this notion that Russians are unlucky with their rulers, maybe it's time to admit that these rulers are just what most of the Russians want.

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You can't "half poison" with Novichok, it's a killing tool, not intimidating. Someone messed up.
Exactly, truth be told when I moved to Russia and during my first year if pol.science I never really understood how Russians can accept the status quo but having lived there and interacted with people I understood they rather this than the chaos of the 90's which where brutal. Also no one can deny Russians at least until 2014 had massive improvements in there economical life , it's not until the Ukrainian rev did things go back to being slow.

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Jul 30, 2015
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Exactly, truth be told when I moved to Russia and during my first year if pol.science I never really understood how Russians can accept the status quo but having lived there and interacted with people I understood they rather this than the chaos of the '90s which where brutal. Also no one can deny Russians at least until 2014 had massive improvements in there economical life , it's not until the Ukrainian rev did things go back to being slow.
Have you witnessed them firsthand? It's more a myth of Putin's propaganda IMO. Yeah, it was chaotic, crime was everywhere, but there was hope. Now it's just same ol soviet shit, but also with a crime. Tbh, I couldn't care about Russians, I hope they will get a new Stalin on their asses they all so craving for, I just wish they leave us the fuck alone.
 

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