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dont know how to express my feeling………I AM APPALLED

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meanboysfromkremlin:

alleydetour:

meanboysfromkremlin:

alleydetour:

what the poster said? “Slavik is so young, and young Nashi go ahead”? But why it is “СУРКОВ НЕ МЕШАЮТ”? I mean, why not “Сурков не мешает” or “сурки не мешают”?
my God, I don’t know how to describe Russian grammar in English, 

its the difference between do not and does not
не мешают: do not interfere (surkov “you” do not interfere?)
не мешает: does not interfere (he does not interfere?) 
at least i think so i dont even speak russian. the poster refers to what surkov has to do with nashi when he’s an old fart

em…..no, the difference is, не мешает means (he/she) does not interfere, and не мешают means (they) do not interfere, if the author want to express “you do not interfere”, the phrase should be “мешаете”(plural) or “мешаешь”(single), so I don’t understand what it means, the subject is Slava? or Nashi? or just a satire, like a designed error to call him “marmots”?

i may not understand russian grammar but you do not understand english grammar. english use dont with i, you, we and they. does not refers to he she or it. the writer is most likely refers to you(не мешают) as surkov, asking surkov if he interferes with nashi or not. i dont know what you dont understand about this. 

In Russian the verb should match its subject precisely, I mean, if you want to use “interfere”, in Russian it is “мешать”, you should say:
single: Я мешаю (I interfere) / Ты мешаешь (you interfere)/ Он мешает (He interferes)
plural: Мы мешаем (we interfere) / Вы мешаете (you interfere) / Они мешают (they interfere)
So when the poster uses мешают, it means “they”, what I do not understand is what the “they” refer to. “Сурков” is in its nominative here, if we regard it as a surname which referring to a man, if the sentence means someone interfere Surkov, it should be spelled as “Суркова”. Or, if we understand the word as the plural form of “Сурок”, the plural form means marmots’, something of marmots, in general it needs another word as the sentence’s subject. 
In short, I guess the fault of grammar is intended, but I don’t understand what it expresses.

meanboysfromkremlin:

alleydetour:

meanboysfromkremlin:

alleydetour:

what the poster said? “Slavik is so young, and young Nashi go ahead”? But why it is “СУРКОВ НЕ МЕШАЮТ”? I mean, why not “Сурков не мешает” or “сурки не мешают”?

my God, I don’t know how to describe Russian grammar in English, 

its the difference between do not and does not

не мешают: do not interfere (surkov “you” do not interfere?)

не мешает: does not interfere (he does not interfere?) 

at least i think so i dont even speak russian. the poster refers to what surkov has to do with nashi when he’s an old fart

em…..no, the difference is, не мешает means (he/she) does not interfere, and не мешают means (they) do not interfere, if the author want to express “you do not interfere”, the phrase should be “мешаете”(plural) or “мешаешь”(single), so I don’t understand what it means, the subject is Slava? or Nashi? or just a satire, like a designed error to call him “marmots”?

may not understand russian grammar but you do not understand english grammar. english use dont with i, you, we and they. does not refers to he she or it. the writer is most likely refers to you(не мешают) as surkov, asking surkov if he interferes with nashi or not. i dont know what you dont understand about this. 

In Russian the verb should match its subject precisely, I mean, if you want to use “interfere”, in Russian it is “мешать”, you should say:

single: Я мешаю (I interfere) / Ты мешаешь (you interfere)/ Он мешает (He interferes)

plural: Мы мешаем (we interfere) / Вы мешаете (you interfere) / Они мешают (they interfere)

So when the poster uses мешают, it means “they”, what I do not understand is what the “they” refer to. “Сурков” is in its nominative here, if we regard it as a surname which referring to a man, if the sentence means someone interfere Surkov, it should be spelled as “Суркова”. Or, if we understand the word as the plural form of “Сурок”, the plural form means marmots’, something of marmots, in general it needs another word as the sentence’s subject. 

In short, I guess the fault of grammar is intended, but I don’t understand what it expresses.

meanboysfromkremlin:

alleydetour:

what the poster said? “Slavik is so young, and young Nashi go ahead”? But why it is “СУРКОВ НЕ МЕШАЮТ”? I mean, why not “Сурков не мешает” or “сурки не мешают”?
my God, I don’t know how to describe Russian grammar in English, 

its the difference between do not and does not
не мешают: do not interfere (surkov “you” do not interfere?)
не мешает: does not interfere (he does not interfere?) 
at least i think so i dont even speak russian. the poster refers to what surkov has to do with nashi when he’s an old fart

em…..no, the difference is, не мешает means (he/she) does not interfere, and не мешают means (they) do not interfere, if the author want to express “you do not interfere”, the phrase should be “мешаете”(plural) or “мешаешь”(single), so I don’t understand what it means, the subject is Slava? or Nashi? or just a satire, like a designed error to call him “marmots”?

meanboysfromkremlin:

alleydetour:

what the poster said? “Slavik is so young, and young Nashi go ahead”? But why it is “СУРКОВ НЕ МЕШАЮТ”? I mean, why not “Сурков не мешает” or “сурки не мешают”?

my God, I don’t know how to describe Russian grammar in English, 

its the difference between do not and does not

не мешают: do not interfere (surkov “you” do not interfere?)

не мешает: does not interfere (he does not interfere?) 

at least i think so i dont even speak russian. the poster refers to what surkov has to do with nashi when he’s an old fart

em…..no, the difference is, не мешает means (he/she) does not interfere, and не мешают means (they) do not interfere, if the author want to express “you do not interfere”, the phrase should be “мешаете”(plural) or “мешаешь”(single), so I don’t understand what it means, the subject is Slava? or Nashi? or just a satire, like a designed error to call him “marmots”?

xieweijia33:

chef-becker:

One anecdote about Putin’s Kremlin reveals a tantalising glimpse of what it is to be a presidential adviser. Putin himself receives briefing information on printed sheets inside red folders; he very rarely uses the internet. According to one source, requirements for his briefing notes have changed significantly in recent months. The president now demands notes on any topic to be no more than three pages long and written in type no smaller than 18 point.

shanghaigirl

Far from finding this a problem, Putin relishes this, according to the source. “He likes it when his subordinates fight each other; he feels it makes him stronger.”

Reading the emails and internal documents of the Kremlin has given the group a unique insight into the way Russia is run, said Shaltai, who described Putin as a man “without human emotions”, who is nevertheless a genuine patriot with a belief that his rule is the best thing for Russia.

"I think he has been in power too long. He has grown detached. He really is like a tsar. Below him people are fighting amongst themselves, but they are too scared to disagree with him. He does not have friends in the normal sense. There may be people he likes, but he is extremely paranoid."

"Putin is a conservative," says a former Kremlin official who knows him personally. "Making dramatic decisions is not his style. He is good with speaking aggressively, and is not ‘politically correct’ in the western sense. But with his actions, he has never been a fan of dramatic moves. This is why the last few months have been so surprising."

The last sentence doesn’t make sense.

Perhaps he indeed did not want to show his dramatic decision, but his logic was in an alternative universe so the world thought he was crazy.

meanboysfromkremlin:

i swear in that moment we were all kolesnikov

meanboysfromkremlin:

i swear in that moment we were all kolesnikov

what the poster said? “Slavik is so young, and young Nashi go ahead”? But why it is “СУРКОВ НЕ МЕШАЮТ”? I mean, why not “Сурков не мешает” or “сурки не мешают”?
my God, I don’t know how to describe Russian grammar in English, 

what the poster said? “Slavik is so young, and young Nashi go ahead”? But why it is “СУРКОВ НЕ МЕШАЮТ”? I mean, why not “Сурков не мешает” or “сурки не мешают”?

my God, I don’t know how to describe Russian grammar in English, 

meanboysfromkremlin:

u r dumb

wow!

meanboysfromkremlin:

u r dumb

wow!

meanboysfromkremlin:

alleydetour:

Today, the vast majority of the patriotic public tends to blame all the troubles of “Novorussia” othis person.

I want to know Kurginyan’s role in the whole event, he is Slava’s ally? or just an excuse for blame him?

tbh i don’t trust anything Kurginyan said about Surkov. why? because his “theory” is no more than a conspiracy one. he has no proof. he has no facts. he has technically nothing but the public already hating Surkov and accepting to blame him for all the faults Russia has done in Ukraine. not to mention Kurginyan is an ultra-nationalist scumbag who claims to work with the separist rebels. 

“Surkov and Co. do not need a right-wing Novorossiya, with a nationalist taint, which some figures are trying to lend to the image of Strelkov, who openly supports Putin and has not advanced any projects of a state name for himself, although this intention of seizing Rostov and marching on Moscow has been ascribed to him – total and obvious nonsense.

People like Surkov find people like Akhmetov, Medvedchuk, Tsarev much more kindred, which in the event of the creation of a ‘Donetsk Transdnestria’ will be delegated local authority. Leaders from the people, like Mozgovoy or Gubarev will hardly be allowed to make key decisions – such people frighten those who have grown accustomed to ‘resolving’ everything in a close circle of ‘their own people.” 

^^this is just nonsense. surkov created the russian ultranationalists and they are still out there and Putin benefits from them. i wont blame JUST surkov for the bolotnaya protests back then. he was (again) the “sacrifice” to calm the public

do we have proof that Surkov worked on Ukraine? more or less. people of the USA, Eu etc surely has proof to put him high on their santions list. 

what did Surkov exactly done in ukraine? who knows for sure? we can only guess how his alleged negotiations went bad with Yanukovich. what about after? did he organized the rebel’s group against the ukrainian government? thewhy are the rebels out of hands now? but we know he fucked up in the first place.

Dugin who’s also an ultranationalist claims that Surkov is working against Putin and is a CIA agent. sure he is

also, i believe surkov is a smart man. he’s reasonable and loves tactics. he will not start working against putin just now. Putin is being attacked from ”outside” but he still stands stable in as russia’s leader. why betray him now? if he did, why wasn’t he fired after maidan? 

Thanks!

I don’t know whether you have read the materials about Surkov was marginalized from ukrainian issues after February, at that time Novaya Gazeta and some analysts(i.e. Sergei Markov) said the actual leader had been replaced, and, we know, at March Surkov published the story titled “без неба”, a satire on Putin’s ultra-nationalist Russia. 

Of course, I know his “Nashi” could be regarded as the origin of russian nationalist groups, but Surkov has done several contradictory deeds. At June when Dugin firstly claimed Surkov should be responsible for the lack of supports of DNR, Borodai ever said Surkov was their friend, but now, Borodai has disappeared, and Dugin still claimed Surkov is the sixth column, and Strelkov and Murid joined Dugin together.

For me, Kurginyan is an unknown figure, Is he a ultra-nationalist? a supporter for East Ukraine’s unrest? It is said that he visited Donetsk at early July, but what he want to do? Need some further resources in English_(:з」∠)_