Mozere, I know I am casting pearls before swine.
Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Dec 23, 2012 at 14:57
I frankly didn't want tо do it but you keep forcing me to remind you that you're an exposed liar and for this reason anything that comes from you must be considered another lie unless you (and not me !) can rigorously prove it is not.
It is amusing to read that you know "better" than a prominent Russia political figure - Alexander Hinstein, a State Duma representrative and a United Russia Party member, what is going on behind the scenes and what Turkish spies are doing in Russia. When there is a pleasant lie out there, you are the first to adpopt it. When there is hard and irrefutable evidence against your lie,you escape it. Why don't you simply say you don't want to know the truth, you don't need the truth because all you want and need is to enjoy your happy-making lie "Ne mutlu etc. "?
> Why on earth would Turkey spy on Russia! Turkey comes at the bottom of a long list of countries that may want to harm mother Russia.
The threat from Turkey to Russia is miniscule compared to above countries<
Evgeniy Satanovskiy is President of Moscow-based Institute for the Near East and a leading Russian expert on the subject. This year he has published an extremely interesting book "The Witch's Cauldron Russia and the Near East". As you did not understand Hinstein I do know Stanovskiy will be lost on you too.
For other readers I am going to quote just one sentence from Chapter "Refections on a New Ottoman Empire"
" In the long run Turkey which is going to spend $ 120 bln on modernazing its Armed Forces sees Russia as moribund and technologically lagged country ... In 1950 Russia had 102 mln inhabitants, Turkey 21 mln ; in 2010 -139 mln -78 mln and according to a UN report in 2050 the relation will be 109 mln to 114 mln."
And how can Turkey cope with this demographic bomb without conquering Russian territories? General Fiodorov knew what he was talking about.
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