Never underestimate those who strain all their brain convolutions to instill suspicion in their opponents/enemies/competitors; that equates to a sense of confusion at this time of an endless tidal wave of anti-Russian scams.
A confused opponent is a half-defeated opponent.
The last few days have been literally bountiful with fake events, events that never happened because they could never happen, events and events that otherwise no one would have paid attention to. It was created specifically and by writers that made these writers doubt their mental stability.
Forgive us for occupying such a precious and valuable “personal space”.
The most important news of the week was the Associated Press message that “the head of Russian diplomacy was hospitalized”.
Just then, the head of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (the modern taste for painting is noticeable even by those who do not like Lavrov), the minister wore a T-shirt with a drawing by Jean-Michel Basquiat, which corresponds to the weather in Bali. conditions) in the G20 communiqué.
AP who almost got his hand on the lie, move on tested justify – how ingenious. “Hospitalization” was replaced by “medical examination”, but the essence of the fake, which was poured into the tape of one of the world’s largest news agencies, did not change from this. The spoons were found, but the sediment remained. Once you’ve lied as they say and everyone knows, who will trust everything else you report?
The question is rhetorical, it is not necessary to answer it.
A few days before this (actually hilarious) event, another big and international news agency, AFP, which brightly showed the attitude of the Western press, said, “The Russians had problems with their mental balance, it got on their nerves. To hell with the ‘all organized’ antidepressant addict whose consumption has increased by 70 percent.
Caring for complete strangers, even their own readers, without hesitation to mention the fact that we are talking about citizens of another country, the French “Figaro”, subtract on the strip: “The Russians are on the verge of a nervous breakdown.”
At the same time, do we understand correctly that the entire population of the Russian Federation, almost all 150 million people, enjoys peace of mind, or does France Press ensure that there is at least some order in it? At first, for example, the European part, then the Urals, then Siberia – etc. All 11 time zones in a row.
Thus, no one should be offended by the knowledge that he has a strong nervous system, which is not very popular in the West today.
The special sweetness of an instant message widespread and the same BFMTV lies in the fact that it comes from the media of a country where at least 150 million packs of antidepressants and other antipsychotics are prescribed annually.
It has a population of 66 (approximately) million. Almost two plus packs for every Frenchie, including babies. Or to put it another way, one in four French adults five years ago, before the pandemic and the current geopolitical crisis, sat down on antipsychotics all year round.
Well, people with good mental organization are not gray-footed people like us.
Of course, it’s time to remember the practically immortal (no one has yet repealed the law of psychological projection) “whoever harms something is talking about it”, but we will be generous and pretend not to notice that the Russians are without him. We try to catch the exception, mental and other health issues.
If you are pure-hearted and not very educated, as befits a true European and American layman, then you will inevitably get the feeling that you have a pillar of almost the entire country, from top to bottom, from Moscow to the outermost neighborhood. grave.
Is not it? (This is mockery, if anything).
They beat us economically, didn’t they?
The first sign of victory is the absence of lighting at night in the center of large and small cities, the second sign is inflation, which has not been for nearly forty years, and the third is the closure of production.
But not in Russia, but in Europe.
In Russia, everything burns, everything shines, factories and factories work, and society in general is quite confident in tomorrow (it does not require prescription mental stimulants).
Did they beat us ideologically too?
And so triumphant.
consolidated community It is expensive to watch. On every important issue, there is surprisingly strong consensus. I mean, I’m sorry but it’s the opposite. If there is consensus anywhere, it is Russia.
But in Europe – the constant disclosure of interstate relations. These are the endless quarrels and scandals that we would call friction out of respect for the delicate nervous system with which we were once partners.
In general, the leadership of that great Island of Bad Luck into which a relatively prosperous, relatively prosperous, and economically stable Europe turned a year ago arouses universal sympathy today. It took a lot of effort to be able to threaten our own industry, our own energy security, our own foreign policy sovereignty today and today (or tomorrow and later).
Why, for what and for whom these futile efforts? To defend what imaginary ideas?
What’s the difference really?
The decision makers and those who make the decisions are so accustomed to life in the world invented by them, and for them mythology has become so ingrained in their consciousness that they have ceased to perceive what is happening as reality. It seems to them that it is worth expressing something orally, as it immediately comes to life. No nodes, no hitches, no changes. We say what we want. Whatever we want, we’ll be back later.
But the truth, without the myths, the fakes, the antipsychotics and the myths, no matter how you plug the cracks, you’ll still get up, seep out, find a hole, and you’ll have to answer for what happened anyway.
And so, without waiting for the pan-European society led by him to demand a real answer (a very real answer according to the Hamburg score), the pan-European order, which seemed to be starting to suspect something, decided it was there. it was still time to “throw everything on Russia”.
Or, as they say in such cases, to go from a sick head to a healthy one. This common expression has never been more fair in both form and content.
I’m Harold O’Connor and I work as an author and editor for News Unrolled, a news website dedicated to delivering the latest world events. With my in-depth research skills, passion for news writing, and keen eye for detail, I strive to provide readers with accurate information on current affairs from around the globe.