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View on Russia in 2014
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Slavian Aug 7 2014, 12:43pm says:

Hmmmmm, just examine the chart a bit:
The change to more unfavorable [the "+" change], comes from places of most US/EU influence and former British colonies [Ghana, Kenya, ...]. In these places, the US propaganda is an essential part of their main stream media [just like in CR, SR or Poland].

Those that are aware of the US/EU "truth" manipulation [China, Palestine, India, ...] didn't change their view much. Although, the Venezuela is a bit of surprise to me.

The US policy on former USSR continues. First, the US was intimidated by the size of the USSR, now they are still intimidated by the size of Russia. Gorbacov agreed to disolve the USSR. Is the US perhaps expecting that Putin or the next president of Russia shoud disolve the Rusian Federation?

Problems in the world today, are mostly caused by the US sticking their nose in places they don't belong, instead of minding their own business.

Damn, we are back to politics again.
Sorry, but it's our Slavic nature to discuss it.
It started with Jan Hus :-) - he set an example for us, the Western Slavs :-)

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Rebel12Lz Aug 7 2014, 3:38pm replied:

Well the US wants to be the only world "superpower" and not having any other big countries near the top. They were slose to that in the 90s when Russia was in chaos and China wasnt as powerful and rich, but now they are the ones falling back and try to use inrigue and politics to bleed out their oponents.
It would have been interesting to see what other slavic countries think of Russia. And you are right slavs like discusing politics, maybe its because of the turbulent history we generally have ;)

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DonBre Aug 25 2014, 2:43pm says:

Long live Russia death to NWO and illuminati EU.

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Sadly after Ukrainian crisis negative view on Russia is strongly on rise.

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