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[..] By the way, I find it funny to hear how Russia is being accused of military aggressiveness. There is an expression: “This is nothing but raving nonsense”. This is a psychological disorder, and obsession with the idea that Russia will invade the Baltics. That is sick. This is of course being done consciously by the Baltic states themselves in order to receive money from you. I tell you frankly, they need your money, and therefore [they shout] ‘Help! They are invading us!’ You will be forced to ready your soldiers, to send your aircraft there, to spend your defence budget for unnecessary purposes. That’s the idea.

But you cannot compare the Nato budget and the Russian defence budget — I know this very well. We are talking about an elephant and a pug, a behemoth and a house cat. That is the comparability of our military budgets. We have very different military assets. But the most important thing is: Why do we have to do this? What, do you seriously think that we want to unleash war with Nato? Are we suicidal? What do we need this for?[..]

Sergejs Ivanovs, krievijas prezidenta administrācijas vadītājs.

vara bungas:  mans čujs saka (un ne tikai mans), ka šādas runas liecina par to, ka kremlis testē Rietumos iespējamos troņmantiniekus. Pseido opozicionārā eks-ministra Alekseja  Kudrina  priekšlikums par ārpuskārtas prezidenta vēlēšanām nevar būt improvizācija, jo par šādiem un pat vēl nevainīgākiem jokiem RU  atņem biznesu un uz gadiem sūta šūt darba dūraiņus (skat.Hodorkovska prāvu). Šajā kontekstā jāskatās ne tik daudz KO tur Ivanovs runa, bet KĀ viņš to dara.  Baltiešu tradicionālās “paranojas” piesaukšana un plecu raustīšana liecina par to, ka nopietnāku argumentu nav un, pats galvenais, tos neviens pat nemeklē. Te būtu jāpajautā Ušakovam, ko viņš tur šefam sastāstīja. Otrkārt, jebkurš policijas opers apstiprinās, ka izteikumi “I tell you frankly” ir pirmā pazīme, ka klients melo. Treškārt, Ivanova tekstā starp rindiņām var lasīt piekrišanu NATO kaujas tehnikas izvietošanai Baltijā, ja … RU prezidents būtu viņš.

[..]Many ordinary people believe what they read in the papers and see on TV — both in your country and here in Russia. And this frightens me. There is a very big gap between the evaluation of the real situation and the virtual one. And that’s bad.[..]

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