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April 01, 2017, 05:30:24 PM
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https://www.facebook.com/MIDRussia/videos/1008139769285464/

@ 0:28 Cheesy

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April 01, 2017, 05:31:50 PM
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April 01, 2017, 05:33:22 PM
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April 01, 2017, 06:51:53 PM
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Funny, but he laughs best who laughs last. In the United States Congress introduced the next project of sanctions against Russia and it's not an April fool's joke. Do not forget that the first of April life does not end.
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April 01, 2017, 07:10:10 PM
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At least the Russians are not spying on their citizens all in the name of fighting terrorism. And every country tries to hack the other to gain useful information, I quite remember the USA hacking and spying on German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
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April 01, 2017, 07:13:52 PM
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At least the Russians are not spying on their citizens all in the name of fighting terrorism.

Yes they are:
https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2016/07/russia-asks-impossible-its-new-surveillance-laws

Vladimir Putin signed an order forcing all ISP's to collect and store every single byte that goes through their network, something which is pretty much impossible to do. And they want the ISP's to pay for this. This means that citizens have to pay higher internet bills so that the government can spy on them.

They are also trying to put government backdoors in all encryption, by forcing ISP's to block all encryption that doesn't contain a backdoor, prosecuting people for using non-backdoored encryption and forcing companies to hand over encryption keys.

Also, the US government has limitations on their spying powers and, in theory, is not supposed to be able to spy on their citizens, though they have found various ways around this, such as if a US citizen sends an email to a foreigner, that email can be spied on. Russia on the otherhand is straight up doing it to their own citiziens with no limitations on their power.

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April 01, 2017, 07:16:37 PM
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At least the Russians are not spying on their citizens all in the name of fighting terrorism. And every country tries to hack the other to gain useful information, I quite remember the USA hacking and spying on German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
LOL. As it is not a spy. That is not put in jail for anti-government statements on the Internet? Or Russian can freely Express their thoughts on the street? In Russia Putin's dictatorship. Russians are intimidated and afraid to voice their thoughts aloud.
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April 01, 2017, 07:43:19 PM
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At least the Russians are not spying on their citizens all in the name of fighting terrorism. And every country tries to hack the other to gain useful information, I quite remember the USA hacking and spying on German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
LOL. As it is not a spy. That is not put in jail for anti-government statements on the Internet? Or Russian can freely Express their thoughts on the street? In Russia Putin's dictatorship. Russians are intimidated and afraid to voice their thoughts aloud.
Let me guess, another ukrainian self-appointend expert in russia's every day life.

In the United States Congress introduced the next project of sanctions against Russia and it's not an April fool's joke.
Yeah, another set of paper sanctions. Meanwhile, Russia owns over 25 percent of american uranium. They must be so scared.

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April 01, 2017, 07:56:06 PM
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At least the Russians are not spying on their citizens all in the name of fighting terrorism. And every country tries to hack the other to gain useful information, I quite remember the USA hacking and spying on German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
LOL. As it is not a spy. That is not put in jail for anti-government statements on the Internet? Or Russian can freely Express their thoughts on the street? In Russia Putin's dictatorship. Russians are intimidated and afraid to voice their thoughts aloud.
Let me guess, another ukrainian self-appointend expert in russia's every day life.

In the United States Congress introduced the next project of sanctions against Russia and it's not an April fool's joke.
Yeah, another set of paper sanctions. Meanwhile, Russia owns over 25 percent of american uranium. They must be so scared.
What in the world the problems with uranium? Or the Americans that something may interfere to prevent its removal? Russian too cocky. This may render you bad service. All your power can be a fake.
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Yeah, another set of paper sanctions. Meanwhile, Russia owns over 25 percent of american uranium. They must be so scared.


You read too much breitbart and RT mate.

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April 01, 2017, 08:12:37 PM
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At least the Russians are not spying on their citizens all in the name of fighting terrorism. And every country tries to hack the other to gain useful information, I quite remember the USA hacking and spying on German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
LOL. As it is not a spy. That is not put in jail for anti-government statements on the Internet? Or Russian can freely Express their thoughts on the street? In Russia Putin's dictatorship. Russians are intimidated and afraid to voice their thoughts aloud.
Let me guess, another ukrainian self-appointend expert in russia's every day life.

In the United States Congress introduced the next project of sanctions against Russia and it's not an April fool's joke.
Yeah, another set of paper sanctions. Meanwhile, Russia owns over 25 percent of american uranium. They must be so scared.
The leaders of the USSR also said that the country is all right and no sanctions of the West they are not threatened. After that, the Soviet Union collapsed like a house of cards. The same goes for Russia.
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April 02, 2017, 04:28:33 AM
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Funny, but he laughs best who laughs last. In the United States Congress introduced the next project of sanctions against Russia and it's not an April fool's joke. Do not forget that the first of April life does not end.

The American sanctions are a joke. They had very little impact on the Russian economy. Initially, the economy dipped slightly due to the fall in crude oil prices. But now the GDP is growing again, thanks to the stable crude prices.

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