Pravda means “Truth” this certainly is a case of people in glass houses throwing stones. Russian girls will go anywhere to work. The mafia run whore houses in Goa were filled with them. International “organized crime” sex trafficking the Russians are the biggest. Indirectly of course it no doubt helped build Putin’s Porno Palace.
How long will Germany remain Europe’s “brothel”? The answer is very simple, but German politicians and news hounds will not like it.Is there a place for morality in ‘brothely’ places where US soldiers stay?
While Putin is arrresting 1000’s of it’s citizens Pravda is crying corocodile tears, no real tears, for its asset lost Donald. Will the Russians finance his incompetence amplifying theirs?
They’re beholden to dark forces controlling them. Will martial law be declared ahead on the phony pretext of foreign threats and domestic terrorism to counter? Will what remains of a free and open society be replaced by full-blown totalitarian rule, enforced by police state harshness? Make no mistake. Biden/Harris and members of their regime are enemies of ordinary people, hostile to their interests, wanting them exploited, not served. Along with likely escalated foreign aggression against one or more invented enemies, homeland despotism will likely harden on their watch for our own good we’ll likely be told.Biden Address: Deception
Interview with Pravda columnist Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey about Tony Abbott’s ‘shirt-front’ comment
1. Are you a mouthpiece for Vladimir Putin?
Well, I am not an official mouthpiece but I would say I represent the feelings of most Russians, yes.
2. Did anyone in the Kremlin authorise your last opinion piece?
No, they don’t have to. I have been working with the Russian media for many years. I place my pieces directly intoEnglish version, I have written for Russian foreign ministry publications, I am director of the Portuguese version of and place my pieces directly, and never have I been subjected to any restrictions or censorship.
3. Why is Russia so sensitive to Australian’s requests for co-operation regarding Moscow’s role in Ukraine and the downing of MH17? There is evidence of a Russian missile being used and taken back over the border shortly after the plane came down.
Well, is there? What evidence is that? When that question is answered or not, we can then see why Russia is sensitive.
4. Do you accept that Australia has a right to demand justice over MH17?
Well, obviously, as Russia has done and did from the beginning.
5. You keep attacking (Australian Prime Minister Tony) Abbott personally, and you seem to take great offence at Mr Abbott’s comments about Mr Putin, are you oversensitive?
Well to be honest, if someone made those threats to me I’d say bring it on and call the person responsible a shit-faced, pig-headed arrogant piece of crap. The fact that a head of government makes such thuggish statements about a visiting head of state just about puts the perpetrator at the bottom of the pile. So I don’t think I am being over-sensitive. No, in fact I wish I had been more vociferous.
6. Will President Putin come to Australia and what will his message be for Australians?
Well that’s up to him and his office. There has been no indication he won’t come, and anyway he is going to Australia not to meet Abbott but to participate in the G20 Summit. His preoccupation is economic issues not the infantile and puerile drivel of a wannabe political lightweight.
– Interview by Latika Bourke
Pravda lashes Tony Abbott as ‘disturbed’ over threat to shirtfront Vladimir Putin
Russian government mouthpiece launches colourful broadside at Australian PM, saying he runs the risk of getting his ‘teeth smashed in’
In an open letter, published on Pravda online, which is considered a mouthpiece for the Russian government, columnist Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey demanded Abbott pull his head in.
“Like any bully there comes a day when you pick on the wrong person, get your teeth smashed in and go running home to mummy blabbering like a ninny,” he wrote.
The threat was the “most crass example of stupidity the world has seen since the USA, the UK and Australia murdered Iraqi civilians in an illegal and criminal series of war crimes”.
“If you seriously think you can physically confront your guests and assault a visiting head of state and walk away freely, then you are mistaken,” he wrote.
He said Abbott had rendered himself liable for prosecution for criminal intent and incitement to violence.
Bancroft-Hinchey warned the Australian leader should not pre-empt the MH17 investigation.
“Wait for the inquiry before making your odious accusations and sounding like a foul-mouthed, despicable, pith-headed and uncouth, loutish oaf,” he said.
In London, Joe Hockey defended Abbott’s comments, saying they reflected the depth of “anger and understandable emotion” in Australia.
“There is a deep-seated anger across the Australian community about what happened to the 38 poor souls, who were Australians, that died on the Malaysia plane in Ukraine, but also to help to find ways to get justice for the families that lost loved ones,” the treasurer said on Tuesday.
Hockey said he expected talks at the G20 to include the issue of the economic sanctions that Western nations, including Australia, had placed on Russia in the wake of the MH17 crash.
“There is no doubt that sanctions are having an impact both ways,” he said.
“Russian sanctions are having an impact on Europe and European, American and Australian sanctions are having an impact on Russia.
“So if there is a way through the challenge in Ukraine then hopefully that can be identified either before Brisbane or at Brisbane.”