Readers of The Washington Post spoke with contempt about the Russian vaccine

Visitors to the website of the authoritative American newspaper The Washington Post spoke with disdain about the Russian vaccine Sputnik V, which has recently gained international recognition. Their views are reflected under an article entitled "How Russian biotech trampled protocols - and challenged the West - in race for Sputnik V vaccine."

Comments (shown selectively - from more than two hundred reviews):

I am glad for their industry - under capitalism Russia was famous for the fact that educated people worked in the wrong spheres of activity. I believe they have now finally been able to channel some of them into the right industries. Good

- writes the reader craigiri.

It is clear from the article: any new successful vaccine is good, regardless of its origin. Satellite V is now spreading around the world. But it is unclear whether the Russians tried to steal research results from the US, UK and Canada or not.

- notes dbs4.

I vividly remember how laboratory computers in the United States were hacked at the beginning of the pandemic. Russia was suspected. My guess is that they have stolen know-how from companies here and in Europe in order to speed up their own vaccine production. The Russian way is a complete scam

- Some Progressive of Ohio is outraged.

Regardless of how we react to Putin's lies, we must always be careful about anything that comes from Russia, especially if it involves medical information. I am glad that their vaccine against Sputnik V virus turned out to be safe and useful, thank goodness it was successful, especially since it was released early with no normal guarantees [...]

- reminded Next In Line.

The West should not accept Russian test data without full access. For example, how were the participants recruited? Did they give full informed consent or were they coerced in some way? […] There are too many ways for a totalitarian regime to falsify research. […]

- requires Reader365.

The best conclusion that follows from the article "Lancet" is that the researchers, like people who were vaccinated by Sputnik, were just lucky. If the vaccine is effective, its success will encourage the scientists of the Putin regime to continue to behave recklessly

- comments stemerr.

It took me years to realize how much the West fears Russia and China. It is almost impossible to get a real picture anywhere, so I am suspicious of everything. And I suspect that both countries are much more advanced than we are told. And it makes you nervous

- writes Rene Fonck.

I am glad that this time Russian recklessness did not backfire on them. But science without caring for people is not good. In principle, little is known about Russia, except for videos with drunkards [...]

- taunts potatoechip.

The clearest evidence is that the scientists who created the vaccine were the first to vaccinate themselves. Back in April. Unlike Pfizer, Moderna, or AstraZeneca, Russians do not force people to sign a disclaimer in case something goes wrong.

- notes reyter.

Russia is known for its bravado and recklessness. If the vaccine is effective, it is not because of, but in spite of. I would be curious what pitfalls this program has yet to discover

- writes Omnicient contemptuously.
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  1. Just a cat Offline Just a cat
    Just a cat (Bayun) 11 February 2021 10: 26
    As if in a dacha bus I took a ride and listened to "expert" gossip from grandmothers ... Hey, Zin, our Mikhalych is three meters high ... the same level.
  2. Bulanov Offline Bulanov
    Bulanov (Vladimir) 11 February 2021 11: 05
    If they believe that Russia stole their vaccine, then why are they freezing theirs to -80 degrees C? They would have been kept at zero, like Sputnik.
    And for those who do not have enough information about Russia, just look at RT.
    1. Just a cat Offline Just a cat
      Just a cat (Bayun) 11 February 2021 11: 26
      Those who watch RT, WP apparently do not read ...
    2. Alexndr p Offline Alexndr p
      Alexndr p (Alexander) 11 February 2021 11: 26
      to appeal to logic this herd is the same as trying to understand the logic of our sad opposition
      I read directly the inhabitants of the mattress, as I walked through the oppositional publics

      sadly. But even without emocommunism in the comments. Not enough like cherries on a cake - comments on the class struggle of schoolchildren
    3. Anatoly Babug Offline Anatoly Babug
      Anatoly Babug (Anatol) 11 February 2021 11: 53
      "Sputnik" is not kept at zero, read the question. In addition, it is simply ridiculous to quote the opinions of anonymous people who are not related to the issue - they say, these are the Russophobes they have. In fact, they could not steal anything from the same Pfizer, because unlike the vector "Sputnik", it is based on the PHA messenger.
      1. eco3 Offline eco3
        eco3 (erwin vercauteren) 13 February 2021 07: 29
        this is the best proof of how dumb and dumber they are
  3. Tezcatlipoca Offline Tezcatlipoca
    Tezcatlipoca (Alexander) 11 February 2021 11: 46
    The case is when the Chukchi is not a reader, the Chukchi is a writer :)
  4. amateur Offline amateur
    amateur (Victor) 11 February 2021 13: 19
    And for what purpose were these "opinions" posted on the "reporter"?

    1. Dear sofa expert. 11 February 2021 23: 30
      And for what purpose were these "opinions" posted on the "reporter"?

      In fact, the opinions are interesting in their own way. This is especially worth paying attention to:

      Unlike Pfizer, Moderna, or AstraZeneca, Russians do not force people to sign a disclaimer in case something goes wrong.

      This is very interesting information. And most importantly, it corresponds to reality. There is something to think about, especially considering the rather low effectiveness of these vaccines in terms of preventing the disease.
  5. zenion Offline zenion
    zenion (zinovy) 11 February 2021 14: 38
    The people always do everything against the direction of the government. The Soviet people "spite" Stalin defeated the EU named after Hitler. The Russians did everything Putin wanted to spite Putin. And only the Americans did what they wanted about Trump.
  6. It does not matter (no importa) 11 February 2021 15: 46
    Yesterday I stubbornly promoted videos in the style of what foreigners think about Russia - and of course I watched a couple. And for the sake of decency, I drove the Russians about the United States into YouTube. It's funny that those who were eager to go there basically criticize and complain about that life so longed for, despite the fact that foreigners who have visited Russia praise the country and people ...
  7. eco3 Offline eco3
    eco3 (erwin vercauteren) 13 February 2021 07: 27
    Still convinced that these are the politicians who are idiots in the US? Not me, the Anglo-Saxons and Americans are the best example of the arrogant brainwashed human waste and the most miserable stupid people living on this planet, they were supposed to be in these soot from birth all of their hideous bipedal creatures with primate intelligence.
  8. olpin51 Offline olpin51
    olpin51 (Oleg Pinegin) 13 February 2021 07: 39
    It's nothing you can do. Their social instincts are crammed, precisely crammed, with information from the controlled media. They themselves have repeatedly confirmed that the media are under their control.
    If every hour, every minute tryndet about the same (Russian threat), it becomes a way of life, which can be seen in the statements. The technique worked out on our own and successfully transferred to Ukraine.
  9. AICO Offline AICO
    AICO (Vyacheslav) 17 February 2021 04: 17
    Yeah !!! Have spawned fools - no one to smoke with! Some were even given birth not thanks to, but in spite of !!!
  10. Albert Offline Albert
    Albert (Albert) 6 March 2021 20: 55
    The Washington Post is a typical yellow rag.