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rumple_stilskin
08-08-2014, 09:40
Putins popularity hits 87%

link here:
http://time.com/3088126/putins-popularity-hits-87-russia/

Benedikt
08-08-2014, 12:11
Putins popularity hits 87%

link here:
http://time.com/3088126/putins-popularity-hits-87-russia/



and bombing the ISIS hold outs will not make him more popular...
The armaments industry though will like it, get rid of more old junk and ammo that has passed the -use by- date...

rumple_stilskin
08-08-2014, 12:35
and bombing the ISIS hold outs will not make him more popular...
The armaments industry though will like it, get rid of more old junk and ammo that has passed the -use by- date...

Maybe use up the napalm stocks, cluster bombs and depelted urainium munitions. Send the bill the Iraqi's, money for old rope as it were.

AstarD
08-08-2014, 12:38
Putins popularity hits 87%

link here:
http://time.com/3088126/putins-popularity-hits-87-russia/
That's quite a hit from 146%

FatAndy
10-08-2014, 11:57
That's quite a hit from 146%
Astarochka, do you envy or feel for him? :)

Russian Lad
10-08-2014, 15:02
It is not enough, the North Korean leader is even more popular, there is still a room for improvement. There are still too many national traitors, the fifth column inside the country. They should be sent to gulags for correction through hard manual labor. This way we can kill two birds with one stone - a much better support rating for our dear leader plus a lot of free labor to boost the economy. We can do with some free toiling hands at the bridge construction to the Crimea, for instance, there is a lot of hard work to be done in the Arctics and in Yakutia, in the agricultural sector all around the country now that we have rightfully rejected all Western food which has been nothing but herbicide poison anyway.
I think some unhappy foreigners, including from this forum, also should be sent to labor camps for correction and closer international ties of our greate country.
Moreover, all Western foreigners are obviously potential spies, if they want to live and to work in Russia, these Western foreigners first should work for free in a labor camp for at least half a year to prove their loyalty, good will and benevolent intentions towards Russia.

Remington
10-08-2014, 20:08
Putins popularity hits 87%

Says who? Putinpaganda minister?

Many Russians outside of Moscow and St. Pete are not quite happy with Putin as their cities and living standards are crumbling fast.

FatAndy
10-08-2014, 20:39
I think some unhappy foreigners, including from this forum, also should be sent to labor camps for correction and closer international ties of our greate country.
Moreover, all Western foreigners are obviously potential spies, if they want to live and to work in Russia, these Western foreigners first should work for free in a labor camp for at least half a year to prove their loyalty, good will and benevolent intentions towards Russia.
Fully agree, comrade! :agree: Nothing strengthens the health of domestic and imported "intellectuals" better than feeling trees at the light frost - for 1-3-5 years.

BTW... why you restrict the future happiness of Eastern foreigners? Are Japanese, Singaporian guys or South Koreans any worse than Americans, Brits or Frenchies?

Please, compile the list of prefered persons you mentioned above and submit it tomorrow before noon to the secretary of General G, room Г-113 of the Office.


Says who? Putinpaganda minister?
It is Time, quoting MT, quoting Levada center.


Many Russians outside of Moscow and St. Pete are not quite happy with Putin as their cities and living standards are crumbling fast.
What a funny number - "many", comrade... Can't you be a bit more precise? ;)

Uncle Wally
10-08-2014, 21:20
Astarochka, do you envy or feel for him? :)


Seems like just another hater. They love you when you're down and hate you when you're at your best.

okiey
11-08-2014, 22:48
Says who? Putinpaganda minister?

Many Russians outside of Moscow and St. Pete are not quite happy with Putin as their cities and living standards are crumbling fast.

Are you sure about that? Moscow and St Pete have always been opposition strongholds.

The latest vstiom data stated his supported is very broad based, across all regions and in all age categories.

According to its survey his support is near all-times highs and it has been holding steady since March.

I am not sure that living standards have crumbled fast in the regions recently.

okiey
11-08-2014, 22:58
Actually, one of my friends said that when he was in University he was sent one summer to work on a farm.

You know, like dreaming about the trans-Siberian train before you ever actually set foot on a train, the thought of spending a few weeks out in the countryside with your fellow men taking in the harvest kind of sounds romantic :-)


It is not enough, the North Korean leader is even more popular, there is still a room for improvement. There are still too many national traitors, the fifth column inside the country. They should be sent to gulags for correction through hard manual labor. This way we can kill two birds with one stone - a much better support rating for our dear leader plus a lot of free labor to boost the economy. We can do with some free toiling hands at the bridge construction to the Crimea, for instance, there is a lot of hard work to be done in the Arctics and in Yakutia, in the agricultural sector all around the country now that we have rightfully rejected all Western food which has been nothing but herbicide poison anyway.
I think some unhappy foreigners, including from this forum, also should be sent to labor camps for correction and closer international ties of our greate country.
Moreover, all Western foreigners are obviously potential spies, if they want to live and to work in Russia, these Western foreigners first should work for free in a labor camp for at least half a year to prove their loyalty, good will and benevolent intentions towards Russia.

okiey
11-08-2014, 23:03
For anyone who doubts Putin's popularity, according to the BBC, there was a two-hour queue in searing Moscow temperatures for Putin T-Shirts at 7,000 rubles a go :-)

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-28745554

Carl
11-08-2014, 23:54
For anyone who doubts Putin's popularity, according to the BBC, there was a two-hour queue in searing Moscow temperatures for Putin T-Shirts at 7,000 rubles a go :-)

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-28745554

I would question the sanity, or intelligents of ANYONE willing to queue for 2 hours in searing temps to pay 7000rubls for a t-shirt.. Regardless of the subject matter of said t-shirt. :10479:

Russian Lad
11-08-2014, 23:56
I would question the sanity, or intelligents of ANYONE willing to queue for 2 hours in searing temps to pay 7000rubls for a t-shirt.. Regardless of the subject matter of said t-shirt.

I think those queueing for it were just a paid crowd for the cameras. 100% sure of it in fact. I mean, just look at this fat cow in the video, she will need a double size to even be able to ever wear it. One can order all this online if he wants to.
Just an example:
http://printio.ru/store/clothing/men_tshirts/celebrities?utm_medium=cpc&utm_source=yandex.direct&utm_campaign=msk%2Breg%2Bsea%2Byandex%2Btees%2Bstore|6355925&utm_term=%D1%84%D1%83%D1%82%D0%B1%D0%BE%D0%BB%D0%BA%D0%B8%20%D0%BF%D1%83%D1%82%D0%B8%D0%BD&utm_content=kw|%D1%84%D1%83%D1%82%D0%B1%D0%BE%D0%BB%D0%BA%D0%B8%20%D0%BF%D1%83%D1%82%D0%B8%D0%BD|pos|other4|src_type|search|src|none|ql||&advert_id=camp_id|6355925|ad_id|456806601|phraseid|2409747349|banid|456806601|&k50id=010000002409747349

And is it really Rourke?:)

okiey
12-08-2014, 00:24
Actually, didn't the BBC have a run in with the Russian authorities last week regarding more autonomy for Siberia, maybe this article was payback :)

Uncle Wally
12-08-2014, 01:10
For anyone who doubts Putin's popularity, according to the BBC, there was a two-hour queue in searing Moscow temperatures for Putin T-Shirts at 7,000 rubles a go :-)

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-28745554



Unlike the IPhone you won't want to buy a new one next year.

okiey
12-08-2014, 01:24
They might become a collectors item :-)


QUOTE=Uncle Wally;1336826]Unlike the IPhone you won't want to buy a new one next year.[/QUOTE]

FatAndy
14-08-2014, 20:15
Actually, didn't the BBC have a run in with the Russian authorities last week regarding more autonomy for Siberia, maybe this article was payback :)
So BBC is a bit lack of funds, if they collected only 15 ppl? O tempora, o mores... nobody wants to fight for so called democracy for free...

TolkoRaz
14-08-2014, 20:45
Popularity for VVP seemed high in The Krim! ;)

FatAndy
14-08-2014, 21:17
Popularity for VVP seemed high in The Krim! ;)
After restoration of submarine base and Tu-22M3 in Bel'bek it will be even higher... for Shoigu too... and polite ppl in general... ;)