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«Что делать?» и «Кто виноват ?» - Clittary Hilton

Dec. 13th, 2016

05:46 pm - «Что делать?» и «Кто виноват ?»

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Eternal Russian questions: «What is to be done?» and «Who is to blame?» are burning in the mind of Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin. He believed — like everybody else did — that M-me Secretary would win the American election. Who could have thought that an innocent exercise in weakening the future President would backfire so badly? Instead of the miserable madam with soiled reputation, the hapless Putin must now deal with a strong President who does not care in the least about his reputation but will have all three branches of the government solidly behind him. «What is to be done?» has no answer. Go hang yourself, Mr. Putin.

Perhaps, we can help with the other question, «Who is to blame?». It looks like Mr. Putin himself is guilty of — worse than a crime — a mistake... or a miscalculation? Some say yes, others say no, but let us be resolute about it. Putin is no gentleman. He is capable of spying on an old woman. Worse of all when he finds dirty linens, he exposes them to the innocent deplorable public. Mr. Obama did not do that to Frau Merkel. Further, Putin has dared to spy on a decrepit national committee, again finding dirty linens and again making them public. Tell us you didn't do that, Mr. Putin, or else we shall seriously consider slapping you on the wrist. This is worse than Crimea — this is Crime Against Progressive Humankind !

Who else is there to blame? Somebody in the present US Administration must be responsible for cyber-security. Find who that person is, Mr. Obama, and punish her. Putin or no Putin, our cyber-security has been compromised and the dirty linen exposed. Blame #1.

Oh yes, those dirty linens originated with somebody. Who soiled them? Ascertain blame #2 but pardon her, Mr. Obama! For the good of the Nation. Don't let that guy lock her up.

Mr. Putin? Oh, he is no gentleman, we already know that. Son of a bitch dares to spy on the unsuspecting and unprotected Americans! He is certainly guilty even if proven innocent. Blame #3.

Mr. Trump? Eh, hmm-mm, what did he do?

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From:kadiyabdurahman
Date:December 14th, 2016 07:05 am (UTC)
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Верно, уж если подсматривать за женщиной, то за молодой!
А что касается кибер-безопасности, то сами виноваты, не надо ставить пароль "123". Уж хотя бы "321"!
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From:clittary_hilton
Date:December 14th, 2016 08:07 pm (UTC)
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You are right on both counts.

Here is my take on the effect of hacking. The revelation that may have affected the vote – thanks to the hacker who penetrated DNC servers -- was that Hillary cheated in the debates, first against Sanders then against Trump. In both cases the secret questions were stolen and delivered to Hillary by her lackey Donna Brazile. In the Sanders case, it was a very consequential cheat as the "woman with rash on her face" posed an intricate technical (and totally irrelevant) question that had befuddled good old Bernie. In contrast, Hillary had demonstrated complete mastery of the arcane idiotic subject.

This revelation affected many people I know -- much more than Hillary’s mishandling classified information. I suspect the blame is not on Putin’s hacker (though Putin has broad shoulders) but on a disgruntled sysadmin who could not stand the ignoble machine destroying Sanders.
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From:eta_ta
Date:December 15th, 2016 12:26 pm (UTC)
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too damn logical.
most likely, you have a Russian connection!
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From:clittary_hilton
Date:December 15th, 2016 03:37 pm (UTC)
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(sigh) who doesn't, dear?
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From:clittary_hilton
Date:December 15th, 2016 04:42 pm (UTC)
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Concocted another opus in the same spirit: Turning tables («столоверчение»)

Edited at 2016-12-15 05:54 pm (UTC)
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