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Medvedev zaprijetio Izraelu: Slanje oružja Ukrajini bilo bi veoma "nepromišljeno"
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :facepalm:
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Nesto gori kazu samolet
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Pucketa municija kazu vojni avion
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gori zgrada i to dobro uhvatilo
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Rusi su najopasni po sebe same :lol:

kakvi su ovo luđaci...ide vijest avion pao, al kao sve ok pilot se katapultirao, a niko ne pita šta je sa ljudima u zgradi :-)
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ovo_malo_duse wrote: 17/10/2022 12:17 Nije dzaba Putler nudio evo moze ovda moze onuda...Ameri upumpavaju dovoljno gasa da mu obaraju cijenu...
The price of natural gas continues to fall.

There is good news on the way for the companies and home owners in Denmark who fire with natural gas. That's what Finance says.

The price fell by approximately seven percent on Monday.

It shows stock market figures from the International Exchange for TTF natural gas in the Netherlands.

On Friday, the sale closed at 141,997 euros per MWh, and on Monday morning it was traded at 131,490 euros at the time of writing.

This is the lowest level since the price of natural gas closed at 129,943 euros per MWh on 22 June.

"The fear of a total Russian gas stop has so far not proven to be justified. The European gas stocks are well filled, and consumers have taken note of the high prices and reduced consumption. It creates a better supply," writes Per Hansen, who is an investment economist for Nordnet, according to Finans.

He points out that the price level is still high compared to before.

In August, the gas price peaked at more than 300,000 euros per MWh.
jebo gas, treba što prije da se nadje drugi izvor za naftu i da se cijene vrate na staro... mislim da Evropljani koji su navikli na konformizam neće još dugo tolerisati ove cijene prerađene nafte... to je ono što Putin čeka i što bi ga vrlo vjerovatno moglo spasiti.. 2 eura za litar i skuplja sva roba je skupo i Austrijancu.
valjda neko vodi računa i o tome... jer ove "donacije" Ukrajini plaćamo svi mi u Evropi... nema ništa džaba
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Usporedba sankcija Rusiji sa sankcijama Srbiji i CG još formalno zvanih Jugoslavija, prisjećanje.

30. maj 1992. (začuđujuće brzo) United Nations Security Council Resolution 757,

"Zahtijeva da sve države članice trebaju:

(a) sprečavaju uvoz svih proizvoda i robe iz Jugoslavije ili bilo koje aktivnosti svojih državljana da promovišu takav izvoz
(b) spriječiti prodaju svih proizvoda i roba Jugoslaviji, osim za humanitarne potrebe;
(c) ne stavljaju na raspolaganje komercijalne, industrijske ili javne komunalne, fondove ili finansijske resurse Jugoslaviji;
(d) uskratiti dozvolu vazduhoplovstvu da poleti, sleti ili preleti njihovu teritoriju ako je predviđen za sletanje ili je stigao iz Jugoslavije, osim iz humanitarnih razloga;
(e) zabrani održavanje ili inženjering vazduhoplova u Jugoslaviji ili kojima je upravljala;
(f) smanjiti nivo diplomatskog i konzularnog osoblja u Jugoslaviji;
(g) sprečavaju učešće lica i timova koji predstavljaju Jugoslaviju na sportskim događajima koji se održavaju na njihovoj teritoriji;
(h) obustaviti naučne, tehničke i kulturne razmjene i posjete.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Na ... lution_757

vjerovatno najjače sankcije ikada na planeti, nije ostalo ništa izuzev humanitarnih aktivnosti,
na kraju samo ih sila smiri...ali privremeno do Kosova i 1999.
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Moskva uspostavlja nova partnerstva. Uganda je spremna da u budućnosti na rusko tržište dostavi svoje električne automobile, a radi se i na uvođenju direktne avio linije, kaže ambasador Moses Kizighe. Takođe, Uganda je spremna da sa Rusijom trguje (voće i kafa) u nacionalnim valutama.

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https://nos.nl/nieuwsuur/artikel/244833 ... etherlands

Zanimljiv teskt o ruskim spijunima u evropi ovde u holandiji i na koji nacin operiraju.

Here is what we know about the Russian spies in The Netherlands
At least twenty Russian official covers - spies in diplomatic services - were still active in The Netherlands at the beginning of this year. Seventeen of them were deported in March. Unlike ordinary diplomats, the intelligence officers are hardly traceable on the Internet. They are not active on social media or stopped being active years ago. Several of their spouses can, however, be found online. Thanks to them, we know a little bit more about the lives of these official covers.

We also talked to sources in the intelligence world and submitted the list to the Dossier Center. The Center is an organization financed by Mikhail Khodorkovski, a Russian businessman in exile, with access to databases containing information leaked earlier about the training and background of Russian intelligence officers.

This is what we know.
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Their business cards state that they work as attachés or secretaries with the Russian Embassy or the Consulate in The Hague or the commercial representation in Amsterdam. But their real employer is the GRU, the military intelligence service, or the SVR, the foreign intelligence service (one of the successors of the KGB).

Both agencies have more or less the same goal: collecting relevant political, economic or military intelligence. Most of them are expected to go out there and recruit sources. What they do, is kept secret from the regular Embassy staff, as well as from the employees of the other agency. Some of them do full-time spy work, while others have diplomatic duties as well.
Young attachés Kirill Matveev (30) and Aleksey Druzhin (33) held two of the most important positions within the Embassy. They worked in the referentura, the secured room at the villa on the Embassy premises, where they and their superior Sergey Pyatnitskiy (52) were among the few who had access. They were SVR encryption experts: they used encryption hardware to encrypt secret messages, send them to the SVR head office in Moscow, and decode the messages coming in from Moscow. The GRU had its own referentura at the villa, staffed by the attaché Oleg Korotkov (53).

These men were the only ones who had access to the keys necessary to encode messages. They saw everything that came in or went out. The work they did was so sensitive that encryption experts were not allowed to leave the Embassy premises unaccompanied, for fear that something might happen to them, or that they might come into contact with Western agencies.

According to the Dossier Center, Aleksey Druzhin is the son of a public servant. His father occupies a leading position in ICT at the Kremlin. Aleksey Druzhin himself completed his studies at the Moscow Aviation Institute, an institute where, according to the Dossier Center, more intelligence officers have studied.

According to sources in intelligence, Sergey Pyatnitskiy, the head of the referentura, was at the top of the list to be deported, followed by the other encryption experts. With encryption experts being deported from many Western European countries, it has become much more difficult for the SVR in Moscow to communicate with the spies who are still here - or so intelligence agencies in Western Europe think.

The fact that Pyatnitskiy is a spy was probably not very difficult to find out for the agencies. According to the Dossier Center, he is registered in Moscow at an address where, even during the Cold War, officers of the First Directorate of the KGB (now the SVR) used to live.
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Here is what we know about the Russian spies in The Netherlands
At least twenty Russian official covers - spies in diplomatic services - were still active in The Netherlands at the beginning of this year. Seventeen of them were deported in March. Unlike ordinary diplomats, the intelligence officers are hardly traceable on the Internet. They are not active on social media or stopped being active years ago. Several of their spouses can, however, be found online. Thanks to them, we know a little bit more about the lives of these official covers.

We also talked to sources in the intelligence world and submitted the list to the Dossier Center. The Center is an organization financed by Mikhail Khodorkovski, a Russian businessman in exile, with access to databases containing information leaked earlier about the training and background of Russian intelligence officers.

This is what we know.

Their business cards state that they work as attachés or secretaries with the Russian Embassy or the Consulate in The Hague or the commercial representation in Amsterdam. But their real employer is the GRU, the military intelligence service, or the SVR, the foreign intelligence service (one of the successors of the KGB).

Both agencies have more or less the same goal: collecting relevant political, economic or military intelligence. Most of them are expected to go out there and recruit sources. What they do, is kept secret from the regular Embassy staff, as well as from the employees of the other agency. Some of them do full-time spy work, while others have diplomatic duties as well.

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Korotov, Druzhin and Matveev
Young attachés Kirill Matveev (30) and Aleksey Druzhin (33) held two of the most important positions within the Embassy. They worked in the referentura, the secured room at the villa on the Embassy premises, where they and their superior Sergey Pyatnitskiy (52) were among the few who had access. They were SVR encryption experts: they used encryption hardware to encrypt secret messages, send them to the SVR head office in Moscow, and decode the messages coming in from Moscow. The GRU had its own referentura at the villa, staffed by the attaché Oleg Korotkov (53).

These men were the only ones who had access to the keys necessary to encode messages. They saw everything that came in or went out. The work they did was so sensitive that encryption experts were not allowed to leave the Embassy premises unaccompanied, for fear that something might happen to them, or that they might come into contact with Western agencies.

According to the Dossier Center, Aleksey Druzhin is the son of a public servant. His father occupies a leading position in ICT at the Kremlin. Aleksey Druzhin himself completed his studies at the Moscow Aviation Institute, an institute where, according to the Dossier Center, more intelligence officers have studied.

According to sources in intelligence, Sergey Pyatnitskiy, the head of the referentura, was at the top of the list to be deported, followed by the other encryption experts. With encryption experts being deported from many Western European countries, it has become much more difficult for the SVR in Moscow to communicate with the spies who are still here - or so intelligence agencies in Western Europe think.

The fact that Pyatnitskiy is a spy was probably not very difficult to find out for the agencies. According to the Dossier Center, he is registered in Moscow at an address where, even during the Cold War, officers of the First Directorate of the KGB (now the SVR) used to live.

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Nefedov, Frolov, and unknown SVR-officer
The Vice Consul Roman Nefedov (34) and his wife and two small children lived at a stone's-throw from the Embassy. Just as the first secretary Aleksey Frolov (34), he has come from directorate VKR of the SVR. The KR-line is the department of counterintelligence. Nefedov's and Frolov's duties were to keep an eye on the Dutch intelligence services and, where possible, to recruit sources within those agencies. They also made sure that the other diplomats, including their GRU and SVR colleagues, remained true to the Moscow regime, and they monitored certain Russians in The Netherlands.

Part of Nefedov's email address, which was linked to his Vkontakte profile, may already reveal his background: '[email protected]', or: psychological operations. His job at the Consulate served him well: it gave him access to every visa application for Russia. The position of Vice Consul has most likely been filled by an SVR officer for years. The SVR and the GRU work with slot positions: they agree with the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs that certain positions surrounding the Embassy must always be filled by someone within their agency.

As first secretary, Frolov also had to perform ceremonial duties for the Embassy. For example, he can be seen in photographs at an award presentation at the Embassy or visiting the Zaans Museum. The Netherlands may not have been his first post. Social media pictures of his wife show the couple in China, Thailand, Pakistan, and the United Arab Emirates.

The head of the K-line in The Netherlands, the unknown man to the right in the picture, has not been deported. In the picture, we can see him accompanying his colleagues as they depart from Zaventem Airport in Brussels. As head of counterintelligence, he is in charge of security of the Embassy in The Netherlands as well. According to sources in intelligence, it was feared that his deportation would lead to deportation of the Dutch head of security in Moscow. The rezident, the head of the SVR in The Netherlands, has not been deported either. We do not know who he is. He was allowed to stay in The Netherlands, because he is the official point of contact for the SVR in this country.
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emirolini wrote: 15/10/2022 11:46

Ruskinja koja je ismijavala Ukrajinske izbjeglice bi se mogla suociti sa deportacijom jer nema vize ali..... Njemacke vlasti kazu da su trenutno deportacije suspendovane :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Znanstvenica oko stangle

Mada sacemo vidjeti kako funkcionira zakon
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Podrska fasistima od t************ naravno...
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emirolini wrote: 19/10/2022 21:16

Podrska fasistima od *************** naravno...
Retardirani *********!
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Vas dvojica, koristite korektan rječnik, imali ste priave od nekih korisnika za govor mržnje. Hvala.
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Bobi wrote: 20/10/2022 13:34 Vas dvojica, koristite korektan rječnik, imali ste priave od nekih korisnika za govor mržnje. Hvala.
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Novi pad aviona na naselje, ovog puta u Irkutsku.
In Irkutsk, Su's plane fell on a two-story house, said the governor of the region Igor Kobzev.
"According to preliminary data in Irkutsk, a SU category aircraft fell on a two-story house on Przhevalsky Street," reads a recording published in his Telegram channel. According to emergency services, the incident occurred in the Novo-Lenino microdistrict.
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Čitalac wrote: 23/10/2022 13:01 Novi pad aviona na naselje, ovog puta u Irkutsku.
In Irkutsk, Su's plane fell on a two-story house, said the governor of the region Igor Kobzev.
"According to preliminary data in Irkutsk, a SU category aircraft fell on a two-story house on Przhevalsky Street," reads a recording published in his Telegram channel. According to emergency services, the incident occurred in the Novo-Lenino microdistrict.
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Russian Air Show '22 :D

Boze oprosti, nije za smijeha, mozda je neko dijete poginulo, ali sta da covjek radi degenima, koji krive citav svijet, samo ne kepeca koji je zapravo kriv.
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Vidim takmiče se na javnom servisu ko će od ulizivača dati što gluplji prijedlog kako srušiti muskove Starlink satelite.
Čini mi se da Rusija strmoglavo ide silaznom putanjom u pogledu civilizacijskih vrijednosti.
Na njima je da mijenjaju prvo sebe, a zatim kada dođe vrijeme i sistem, koji teži više kao samouništenju ugleda. Dovoljno da bi svijet za 10 godina mogao na njih gledati kao zemlju trećeg svijeta, u pogledu ljudskih prava, ali ekonomskog sunovrata kojeg samo odgađaju.
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corolla02 wrote: 23/10/2022 02:47 Image
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https://www.thedailybeast.com/the-super ... ef=scroll
The self-described Siberian “Shaman-Warrior” Sasha Gabyshev claims he’s spent a lifetime struggling against a demonic entity that haunts the Russian president, the fabled Russian villain Koschei Bessmertny—also known as The Immortal and The Walking Skeleton. In the autumn of 2019, the Shaman-Warrior of Yakutia his followers set off on a two-year, 5,000-mile march to Moscow, where Gabyshev vowed to use his magic sword to slay the beast beneath the Kremlin and exorcise its terror from Putin’s soul.

Picking up supporters and news conferences along the way, Gabyshev’s soothsayers were at first attacked by a coven of pro-Putin shamans in the city of Ulan-Ude. Battling on, the sorcerer and his apprentices made it as far as Lake Baikal, where their arrest was televised. Gabyshev was carted off to a mental hospital.

“Putin is scared,” was now jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny’s response to the mystical melee that put Gabyshev behind bars. “Putin is already stomping his feet and shouting, ‘God save me from this shaman. What if he really does banish me?’”

Moroz says Navalny’s question remains valid. “I’m sure Putin was terrified,” Moroz says. “He staged a major police operation against Gabyshev. The shaman had nothing against Putin. His goal was to remove the demon from beneath the Kremlin and free Putin’s stolen soul. It’s a powerful and accurate metaphor that resonates with all Russians.”

Those who jobwise Putin for Western intelligence agencies are hardly a bunch of humorless stiffs. “But when we stopped laughing,” says one, “we concluded that Putin’s fear of Gabyshev was palpable.”
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geralt wrote: 25/10/2022 15:07 https://www.thedailybeast.com/the-super ... ef=scroll
The self-described Siberian “Shaman-Warrior” Sasha Gabyshev claims he’s spent a lifetime struggling against a demonic entity that haunts the Russian president, the fabled Russian villain Koschei Bessmertny—also known as The Immortal and The Walking Skeleton. In the autumn of 2019, the Shaman-Warrior of Yakutia his followers set off on a two-year, 5,000-mile march to Moscow, where Gabyshev vowed to use his magic sword to slay the beast beneath the Kremlin and exorcise its terror from Putin’s soul.

Picking up supporters and news conferences along the way, Gabyshev’s soothsayers were at first attacked by a coven of pro-Putin shamans in the city of Ulan-Ude. Battling on, the sorcerer and his apprentices made it as far as Lake Baikal, where their arrest was televised. Gabyshev was carted off to a mental hospital.


To neki Putinov Raspucin za sirotinju?
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https://www.index.hr/mobile/vijesti/cla ... i_ostalo_m

Eh, kad je ovo Čeli govorio, a mi mu se smijali :D
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