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Великая Кремлёвская стена


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Сатирическое шоу DW "Заповедник"

Ведущие политтехнологи Волк и Заяц заняты обсуждением новостей актуальной политики! Еженедельно они разносят в пух и прах политическую элиту от Путина до Трампа, от Эрдогана до Меркель. Вскрывают все скандалы, громкие события, интриги.

Политика доступно и без прикрас – в сатирическом шоу DW "Заповедник".

Крайний выпуск (63 "День Сурка. Милый мой диктатор. В России будет свой интернет") - вставлен.

Все выпуски (~13 мин. каждый) и отдельные сцены из них: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdd-_anGfzFr1V8sCcffj1Q/videos

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Озорная мамка ;)

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Лучший концерт к Дню защитника Отечества!

Солистка - поющая киска ;)

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Russian mask person

I'm sorry guys but I don't speak Russian. I'm here because I vaguely remember a thread from old krautchan/int in which a Russian showed his friend's artwork - a series of really abstract masks inspired by the people he talked to online.

I know it's a long shot, but maybe some of you know what I'm talking about, as I want to pass his contact information to my journalist friend.

The masks were freakier than the pic related, however I can't find anything on this guy online.

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К 23 Февраля решила обрадовать...

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Лучшие подружки ;)

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Inna V

На другой доске кому-то понравилась эта русская модель, но эти фото туда не загружались.

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Приглашаю всех желающих присоединиться к голосовому каналу в Discord!


Мы тут аниме/фильмы смотрим, читаем и обсуждаем книжки, трещим языками, учимся программированию у лучших из нас, а так же с большим нетерпением ждём новичков, которых примем с чаем и тортиком. Здесь тебя никто не обидит!

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/aus/ хвороста изнасилования русского ребенка

Please translate what's going on into Russian:


The Russian government needs to report Australia for Human rights violations at UN for suppressing dissent against Australian gay marriage activists who with help of the Australian government (DFAT) did rape a Russian Infant Drake Newton in 30 countries with a passport they should have never have got without a DNA test.

Australian gay judge Wakefield at @NCATNSW says if you complain about the Australian government helping gay dads praised by state media in Australia (http://archive.org/TwoDadsAreBetterThanOne) who should have NEVER GOT an Australian Passport to TAKE A RUSSIAN BABY TO 30 COUNTRIES FOR GAY SEX


And invade /aus/ and tell them they are faggot pedos!

Вторгнуться /aus/ и сказать им, что они геи педофилы.


Listen to my dad talk about being sued for the crime of hating those who raped Russian babies and got 30 years jail on TruthNews Australia radio:


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привет россия

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This board is dead
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Помогите /pol/ translate the most banned book in the world! >>>/200/

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Have you taken the brown pill yet, mateys?

it's a tough pill to swallow! The brown pill was founded in 1999 by Sir Reginald Brownpill, who presents and narrates the attached video.

Forget red and blue pills, brown pills are the way of the future.

Video related. Please leave your questions, comments, and concerns below about this radical new paradigm of thinking!

Swallow the brown pill today! Red pills are for fedora fucking wearing faggots, blue pills are for the ignorant masses. Ignore the other le epin /pol/ maymays, this one is the readl deal.347437437347347

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Привет, я тут один? Все эта борда теперь моя.
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Is Russia a first or second world country?

Russia doesn't seem third world to me at all so maybe Russians can answer this question.

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Here are my thoughts on the Flag of Russia:

>The Flag of Russia is a threecolor flag consisting of three equal bands — white on the top, blue in the middle and red on the bottom.

Although today's Russian flag has been used as a tradition from Peter I (who derived it from the Dutch sea flag), I think that it could use a less boring design.

>There is no official meaning assigned to the colors of the flag.

This is an issue. A flag is a banner meant to represent the people of a nation.

>Many Russians associate white with nobility, blue with honesty, and red with courage or love.

Color symbolism is seen throughout cultures, but there has been no effort put forth to give the flag a good representation of Russia.

Sure, maybe the "white = nobility" can be applied to the Oligarchy, but for "blue = honesty", Russians are not especially known for that — scams , frauds, political shadiness still remain an issue in Russia. "Red = courage/love" is somewhat okay, seeing as the Russian contributed greatly in the Great Patriotic War (WW2) and most of the spilled blood came from their struggle against the Nazis.

The redeeming fact is that it uses Pan-Slavic colors, so maybe it isn't a bad color choice after all. But the boring and overused horizontal color bands provide little depth to the rich history of the Russians.
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Greeting Ruskis.

Bls play in this server we would like more people tbh.

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No Nuclear Pro Defense JAPAN

Japan must have strong defensive capabilities to defend the people

>“As the only nation in the world to have suffered a war-time nuclear attack, I have renewed my resolve to play a leading role in pursuing a world without nuclear weapons and maintain the three non-nuclear principles,” Abe said during a ceremony at Nagasaki Peace Park.

>The “three non-nuclear principles” are Japan's long-standing policy of not possessing or producing nuclear arms and not letting others bring them into the country.

>Representatives from 75 countries, including U.S. Ambassador Caroline Kennedy, were among those gathered at the ceremony, where a representative of Nagasaki bomb survivors told the crowd that security legislation introduced by Abe's government goes against the wishes of the survivors and "will lead to war."

>"We cannot accept this," 86-year-old Sumiteru Taniguchi said, after describing in graphic detail his traumatic injuries and how others died in the Aug. 9, 1945, attack on Nagasaki.

>As a bell tolled, they observed a minute of silence at 11:02 a.m., the time when the a U.S. B-29 plane dropped the atomic bomb, killing more than 70,000 people and helping to prompt Japan's World War II surrender. The first atomic bomb in Hiroshima three days earlier killed an estimated 140,000.

>Japan's defense minister triggered a new disagreement over controversial security legislation on Wednesday when he said the bills under consideration by parliament would not rule out the military transporting the nuclear weapons of foreign forces.

>Abe's cabinet adopted a resolution last year reinterpreting the pacifist constitution, drafted by Americans after World War II, to let Japan exercise collective self-defense, or defend an ally under attack.

>The unpopular bills have already passed the lower house, and Abe's ruling bloc has a majority in the upper house as well. But surveys show a majority of voters are opposed to what would be a significant shift in Japan's defense policy.

>Nagasaki Mayor Tomihisa Taue, addressing the same ceremony, noted the "widespread unease" about the legislation, which has passed the lower house of parliament and is now before the upper house.

>"I urge the government of Japan to listen to these voices of unease and concern," Taue said.


Abe protects his people while not allowing disarmament to weaken his proud country.

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What has your country done today to fight international Jewry?