"Russia may go to hell": American readers of The Washington Post on relations with Moscow


Readers of the website of the American newspaper The Washington Post commented on an article entitled "Amid tensions with Russia, White House scrutinizes military exercises in Europe", which talks about a new round of confrontation between the United States and Russia on the European continent.


The publication admits that the actions of the Pentagon and its allies can be considered provocative. At the same time, there are already traditional accusations against Russia.

Some of the comments left under the article:

Personally, I am looking forward to the day when Ukraine and Georgia will join NATO. Russia can go to hell. With Putin at the helm, they'll quickly get to the handle

- resent DC Native Son.

If the bear doesn't want to get kicked, then let it sit in its own forest. He's not the only one with claws

- threatened DownWhithHatemaking.

For now, Russia is going to test our resolve, but all we can talk about is a scoundrel who managed to escape punishment for murder

- writes TheOldVermonter. Apparently, the commentator is referring to the recently acquitted Kyle Rittenhouse, who shot and killed two people during the riots perpetrated by supporters of the BLM movement last year.

How many Americans are willing to risk a nuclear war with Russia over Ukraine? Raise your hands!

- ShowtymeMeanTyme was curious.

[…] After all, isn't HATO paranoid about Russia's invasion of Europe (which is not happening). Russia itself is not interested in anything beyond what is in its backyard, and a military build-up on its borders is a provocation. We didn't like it when they deployed the military to Cuba, but our nuclear weapons are still in Turkey! And Turkey itself is much more dangerous [...]

- notes Winston.

With a GDP similar to that of the state of Texas, Putin should focus on building a modern economics, and not on expansionism and conquest of their neighbors

- advised OldProgressivefromWisconsin.

It should be understood what the long-term goals of Russia are. Russia is militarizing the Arctic in anticipation of the opportunity to use the northern seaports due to climate change. She claims to hegemony up to the North Pole. The Arctic also provides a shortcut to North America, which has always been protected by two oceans. Now there will be no such protection. Russia also launched a hypersonic missile near the space station to draw attention to its ability to unleash a strike on opponents from space. [...] Russia is not an economic power, it is a militaristic regime. Who tests the strength of the border with Europe in the Mediterranean Sea (Crimea), in the Arctic (Norway) and on the plains that lie between him and Germany, in order to establish hegemony beyond their borders [...] We must keep the defense in Eastern Europe, the Arctic and outer space.

- calls for sofie1.

Russia is a dictatorship. This is sad. Russia will have fewer problems with democracy

- lamented zxq.
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  1. Potapov Offline Potapov
    Potapov (Valery) 24 November 2021 09: 58
    +8
    The guys are not at all shaking their brains ... Are you really tired of a happy life with black gay addicts ...
    1. RADIANT ANGEL OF LIGHT kamikaze 25 November 2021 20: 24
      +2
      guys want to sniff radioactive dust of cobalt urano plutonium powder that can be donated for free mother RUSSIA she is a generous soul only they will get high near the channel named after Stalin of the former dermocratic America
  2. Oleg Ermakov Offline Oleg Ermakov
    Oleg Ermakov (Oleg Ermakov) 24 November 2021 10: 33
    +10
    This sect of fans of pseudo-democracy got sick, in Russia there are more freedoms than in this rotten USA, and they compare their inflated GDP with ours, which has a lot of drawn pieces of paper, and huge debts to everyone. The United States is in such debt that it surpasses their GDP, in such a way that they will never be calculated, even the interest cannot be paid, but everyone knows that they are great. Sooner or later, they-her debts will crush her. There are no blast houses in Russia, and in the USA there are several tens of millions of them, about Texas their favorite shit is to compare the GDP of Russia and Texas. They have a military budget under a trillion, and military equipment is made of shit and sticks, they themselves admit this, and this is the result of stealing money, but corruption is from anyone, but not from them. USA is a dummy screaming about freedom. And if it is real, where, and in what state can you cut it out and forbid Trump to express his opinion? 450 people languish in US prisons, for a protest, near the White House. The United States is rolling into the drunkenness, this very beast roaring to the whole world, with its pseudo-democracy from the Apocalypse, - "and it will roar for the whole world, / but Babylon will be destroyed /, and they will mourn on the seas, what a great city was destroyed etc." But the United States needs a war, like the previous wars, by which they escaped the great diplomacy and other crises, they were lucky, but now, they will soon be swept out of the world system like a trash can, and the peoples will breathe a sigh of relief, and with gratitude, they will bow to Russia, and the United States , will be remembered as a negative historical experience, like Hitler's Herminni, which Russia, or the USSR, stopped and won.
    1. Yura Zhavoronkov (Arno Funke) 24 November 2021 12: 51
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      Yes, you cannot comment on this stream of pure unclouded childish-soviet consciousness. Only for quotes to disassemble. I was especially amused about the American technology "made of shit and sticks", probably by analogy with the Yakut rooster made of shit. Probably the author used the Soviet (Russian?) Felix adding machine to compile his proclamation. Although, I looked at the wiki, and this device was ripped from the Western, Swedish.
      1. sgrabik Offline sgrabik
        sgrabik (Sergei) 26 November 2021 23: 22
        +1
        In general, everything is right, there is nothing eternal in the world, there was a dawn and the world domination of the United States, but times are changing, America is now not at all what it was before, this country will be ruined by corruption and too much self-confidence, they have recently greatly overestimated their the capabilities and underestimation of the capabilities of China and Russia, and the bloated American military budget is 90% used to maintain numerous military bases scattered around the world, and only 10% is spent on the development and modernization of weapons, and the amount of cuts is many times greater than the Russian scale, so that no matter how someone praises America, no matter how there her sixes are lifted to heaven, but the United States will never become the same as before, the decline of the power of this state will only accelerate and intensify every year, sooner or later the same will await them the fate of the USSR is only a matter of time.
  3. and you there too
  4. Yura Zhavoronkov (Arno Funke) 24 November 2021 14: 40
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    With a GDP similar to that of the state of Texas, Putin should focus on building a modern economy rather than expanding and conquering his neighbors.

    The unknown American flatters modern Russia.
    Despite the fact that Russia has almost 5 times more inhabitants than Texas, the economy of the Lone Star State is 400 billion more. The gross domestic product (GDP) per capita in Texas is $ 58, while in Russia it is $ 8.700.
    If you think, reader, that there is corruption in Texas or any other American state similar to Russian corruption, then you are greatly mistaken. Indeed, Texas cannot surpass the Russian level of corruption.

    According to the Transparency International's Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) as of February 2018, Russia ranked 135th out of 180 in the world. Among the countries of Eastern Europe, only Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan have overtaken Russia in corruption. Well, and the observation group Freedom House gave Russia only 6.1 points out of 7 possible in the rating of democracy, calling Russia “the least democratic”.
    1. 123 Online 123
      123 (123) 25 November 2021 23: 08
      +5
      The unknown American flatters modern Russia.
      Despite the fact that Russia has almost 5 times more inhabitants than Texas, the economy of the Lone Star State is 400 billion more. The gross domestic product (GDP) per capita in Texas is $ 58, while in Russia it is $ 8.700.

      Rather, the unknown Yura Zhavoronkov (probably from Zhmerinka) flatters modern Texas. It's strange that you didn't write anything about capitalization. Such comparisons warm the soul of the American man in the street and they are often used by all sorts of lackeys who want to please the "leadership" Compare not only with Russia, here's an example ... (for comparison with Ukraine, there is probably no suitable state or simply disdain laughing ).

      Alabama
      • GDP: $ 192,7 billion
      • Country with similar GDP: Kazakhstan ($ 196,0 billion)
      • Population of Alabama: 4,9 million (Kazakhstan: 18,0 million)
      • GDP per capita: $ 39 (Kazakhstan: $ 523)

      The Texas economy is certainly strong, but it is not worth exaggerating and underestimating the Russian one.
      1) GDP per capita in Russia is not $ 8, but $ 700.
      https://www.imf.org/external/datamapper/profile/RUS
      Your data is somewhat outdated. So go to the caches of the cornet and update the training manual.
      It looks of course still not very good, but do not forget that this is without taking into account the PPP.
      2) I would like to dwell a little more on the state economy. So, the structure of the economy for 2018 (a little outdated, but not many changes).
      Finance, insurance, real estate, rent and leasing - 278,090,109
      Manufacturing - 237,661,648
      Real estate and rentals and leasing - 175,348,482
      Mining, quarrying and oil and gas production - 161,669,560
      Wholesale trade - 137,956,654
      Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services - 127,523,330
      Healthcare and Social Assistance - 110,001,954
      Retail trade - 99,587,037
      and so on, services, administration ...
      https://www.ibisworld.com/united-states/economic-profiles/texas/

      If you noticed, most of it is formed at the expense of services, the exceptions are the mining, oil industry (a gas station state and a raw materials appendage?) And the production itself, if you want the manufacturing industry, it accounts for about 13% of the state's GDP (241 billion in 2019 Oil and coal account for 26% of the state's GDP.
      Moreover, a substantial part of the industry serves those very oil workers and miners. And since now it is becoming out of fashion in the United States, their prospects are not bright.

      If you think, reader, that there is corruption in Texas or any other American state similar to Russian corruption, then you are greatly mistaken. Indeed, Texas cannot surpass the Russian level of corruption.

      Where are we sirim to glorious Texas ... What a miserable 12 billion in just one case.

      Space Force postpones deal to 'further evaluate' a contractor found to have acted in a fraudulent manner
      The facts revealed in a lawsuit in Texas prompted the military to overhaul the $ 12 billion space technology program.

      https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2020/12/30/space-force-contract/

      According to the corruption index

      In general, the Corruption Perception Index will be correct, this is what its compiler, the American NGO Transparency International, calls this rating, so their feelings are so infinitely dear to us that you can roll them up into a tube, put yourself deeper into your soul and caulk them with a chop. yes Let it roam there, and you feel good winked
      1. Yura Zhavoronkov (Arno Funke) 26 November 2021 15: 52
        -1
        In Ukraine I was a tourist a couple of years ago, in Lvov, the den of the Benders, the descendants of Ostap Bender. I liked it very much. Ukraine will never be in the brotherly prison of its "elder brother". And this is good! Himself from a country where people hardly remember you, even local Russians. And, reduce the level of natural, servile-emperian rudeness, and people will be drawn to you ... Tourists.
        1. 123 Online 123
          123 (123) 26 November 2021 17: 19
          +5
          Hello, unknown rascal named 123. Is that your camp number? Or covid RQ?

          Hello Yura Zhavoronkov with an undefined country of residence, hello Arno Funke (rogue scoundrel and swindler?). This is a test for knowledge of literacy, you know, it helps to weed out at the initial stage the mass of svidomostyu subjects. Not everyone can read it. request Once they passed the test, they probably took over Soviet education.

          We will assume that the camp name is proper. I don’t hide mine. I don't take into account such greyhounds. To debate with you and those like you is like ... with ... spitting against the wind.

          We will assume that the appeal of Arno Funke will suit you and further it is acceptable to call it a scoundrel.
          What is hiding under the words of Yura Zhavoronkov is not known, I admit that Mikola Dryshchenko may not be quite euphonious and Yura Zhavoronkov is a pseudonym. What you are hiding and what is not is not known. Then you decide to delve into the discussion of personality, it means only one thing. As a matter of fact, you have nothing to say No.
          I completely trust your judgment about the influence of the movement of air masses on the trajectory of movement of various liquids. Surely you have a fair amount of experience laughing

          Clarification. In Ukraine I was a tourist a couple of years ago, in Lvov, the den of the Benders, the descendants of Ostap Bender.

          The fact that you do not see the difference between the character of the works of Ilf and Petrov and the Nazi com indicates a low level of intellectual development. Surprised how you passed the first test.

          I liked it very much. The scoop is almost gone, and it pleases.

          Why didn't they stay? Prefer to admire from the outside?

          Ukraine will never be in the brotherly prison of its "elder brother". And this is good!

          Of course it won't. Was not and never will be. I have some doubts that it will be at all. And this is probably good.

          Himself from a country where people hardly remember you, even local Russians.

          Local Russians? So who are you, the unknown not hiding Yura Zhavoronkov? What nationality will you be? Which caliphate?

          And, reduce the level of natural, servile-emperian rudeness, and people will be drawn to you ... Tourists. Although, I hardly believe in it, an extra chromosome is a terrible thing.

          Get used to it, this is an easy form of address, so to speak, a transitional communication style. The Polish nobles will not communicate with you in any other way, after all, you will decide to visit the Lviv region again, won't you? Or was one time enough?
          Discussions about an extra chromosome with a head give out the familiar vocabulary of svidomir skakuasa. We don't need such tourists for nothing, go by.
          Well, okay, enough teeth to speak.
          So what is the essence of Mikola's question, or who are you there? Tell us about your own GDP, was Texas outdone? Or Alabama? Or Nigeria?
          1. Yura Zhavoronkov (Arno Funke) 26 November 2021 17: 26
            -4
            Attempts to irony do not pull, rudeness rushing, even from the ears. I shouldn't have strained my gyrus, 123. Not impressed.
            1. 123 Online 123
              123 (123) 26 November 2021 17: 29
              +4
              Attempts to irony do not pull, rudeness rushing, even from the ears. I shouldn't have strained my gyrus, 123. Not impressed.

              Too Much Buck? I'll try to shorten, focus on the main thing. I repeat the question.

              Tell us about your own country and nationality, about your achievements and GDP, has Texas been surpassed? Or Alabama? Or Nigeria?
  5. RFR Offline RFR
    RFR (RFR) 24 November 2021 15: 46
    +9
    The heroic pin-day of blacks cannot calm down at home, lost all the wars that were, but on the computer they are all superheroes ...
    1. Yura Zhavoronkov (Arno Funke) 26 November 2021 17: 17
      -2
      Name the losses of the United States in conflicts, except for Vietnam, which, later, also left the communist morok.
      1. 123 Online 123
        123 (123) 26 November 2021 17: 36
        +4
        Name the losses of the United States in conflicts, except for Vietnam, which, later, also escaped the communitarian hassle.

        Why are Svidomites so fond of talking about other people's victories? For lack of your own?
        Relax, watch some movie. Recommend Black Hawk Down good Perfectly described how the fighting in Somalia "ended" yes
        And in general, celebrate the victory in Afghanistan with a glass of dung vodka drinks otherwise the haze will pass.
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  6. zloybond Offline zloybond
    zloybond (steppenwolf) 25 November 2021 00: 58
    +3
    Well, for what kind of hr-m was the fleet sent there with diesel fuel, so that their prices would not suddenly rise? They feel inflation in full measure. The US Army gets salary with a 3-month delay. Or maybe we'll throw in sms on the salary of the Ameikan soldier?
  7. skeptic Offline skeptic
    skeptic 25 November 2021 11: 49
    +6
    Yeah too. If Russia needs weapons, it is only to protect against the expansion of striped idiots and their sixes.
    1. Ulysses Offline Ulysses
      Ulysses (Alexey) 25 November 2021 21: 10
      +4
      Yeah too. If Russia needs weapons, it is only to protect against the expansion of striped idiots and their sixes.

      I would start with sixes.
      Divorced a bit too much.
      1. sgrabik Offline sgrabik
        sgrabik (Sergei) 26 November 2021 23: 57
        +2
        I agree completely, with so many pro-Western bedding, we do not need external enemies either, these nits themselves will sell the whole country for Western cookies, as it was in the 90s, all this vile liberal rot must be burned out with a hot iron, otherwise they will not give for us to live in peace and develop our economy.
  8. Ulysses Offline Ulysses
    Ulysses (Alexey) 25 November 2021 20: 57
    +2
    The publication admits that the actions of the Pentagon and its allies can be considered provocative.

    Um.
    The editors of the site receive "indelible impressions" from publications where provocations are interspersed with Russophobic comments ??

    -it is nonsense
    -consciously rocking the situation?

    smile
  9. Heroes Heroes Offline Heroes Heroes
    Heroes Heroes (Sergei) 26 November 2021 12: 48
    0
    Oh, these narrow-minded and wretched Americans. Not knowing what is going on outside their state. Always getting into any ass with their ... tips.
  10. Sofa division Online Sofa division
    Sofa division (Maksim) 26 November 2021 22: 23
    +1
    Russia is a dictatorship. This is sad. Russia will have fewer problems with democracy

    This is just a genius wrote. How subtly he feels everything that happens in the world.
  11. Sofa division Online Sofa division
    Sofa division (Maksim) 26 November 2021 22: 27
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    Quote: Ulysses
    I would start with sixes.
    Divorced a bit too much.

    In childhood, our elders taught us that if there are much fewer of us in a yard fight than they are, then we must decisively cut them down, the rest will scatter.