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Why is US media so barbaric?--Russia Today [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2011-10-30 11:39:14 |Display all floors
Originally posted by SMITHI at 2011-10-29 02:29

Listen moron Chechenia is internal matter of Russian federation , they made peace and rebuild Chechenia no need to steer a ----

Beside you know nothig about topic anyhow.




Afghanistan was once part of Vlads portfolio as well. I guess Russia made peace with them too. So much so that they welcomed Russian troops trundling over the borders in 2010....oh wait, no they didnt like it at all.

Georgia is another example of a country that is happy with Russia thanks to Russian support of it losing territory to Russian sponsored warlords

Belarus, Milk war diplomacy

If it was England you would cry colonialism
But its Mutharussia so you say fair play

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Post time 2011-10-30 14:23:23 |Display all floors
Originally posted by ganzhuolin at 2011-10-29 08:15

You know there're some misfits on this site who don't like that avatar? Not surprisingly they're against everything I say, and that even includes my full stops and commas....

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Usual suspects aka anglonordic azzzzzzzzzzzholes   don't like your avatar , rest of us love it make no mistake.

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Post time 2011-10-30 14:25:00 |Display all floors
Originally posted by Pirate89 at 2011-10-29 11:33
The Russian Today tells more truth than the Westerm media combined!!!  The Westerm media controlled by Jews are hypocritical, manipulating, brainwashing, and self-serving........................... ...


Great post Pirate 89 , thank you for sharing your view with us.

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Post time 2011-10-31 02:27:22 |Display all floors
Press TV

YouTube keeps police brutality videos

Sun Oct 30, 2011


New York Police Department officers arrest protesters as they march on Wall Street. (File photo)Google Inc. has turned down the demands of US law enforcement agencies to remove video files showing police brutality from video-sharing website, YouTube.


揥e received a request from a local law enforcement agency to remove YouTube videos of police brutality, which we did not remove,?Google wrote in its Transparency Report, Business Insider reported.

Goggle said that it 揹id not comply with those requests, which we have categorized in this Report as defamation requests,?revealing that the Internet giant had been bombarded with requests for information and for content to be removed by the US government.

Google said it had declined many of the requests as they were not backed up by a court order.

揥e generally rely on courts to decide if a statement is defamatory according to local law,?the report read.

US police have earned itself a reputation of viciousness in recent years with the US Department of Justice discovering in 2006 that of 26,556 citizen complaints about 2,000 cases had merit.

US media frequently try to cover up police scandals unless the events make it onto a network videotape.

Example of US police brutality are the beating of Rodney King, which triggered the LA riots of 1992, as well as the beating of Iraq war veteran Walter Harvin by a New York police officer David London in 2010. London beat Harvin even after he was on the ground and unconscious.

Police officers police convicted of brutality light sentences on the grounds that they have already been punished by damage to their careers. For example in the case of Harvin, London was acquitted of all charges after telling the court he had been pushed by the war veteran.

US police have also engaged in brutally cracking down on anti-corporatism protests who have been taking to US streets and occupying different since September. For example on October 25, 2011, Scott Olsen, 24, former US Marine who served two tours of duty in Iraq, was struck in the head by a tear gas canister fired by Oakland police. Olsen suffered a fractured skull.

Anti-corporatism protesters denounce the excessive influence of wealthy corporations on US politics and the government's misguided financial policies.

Hundreds of thousands of protesters have also protested against corporatism in several European countries, including Britain, Germany, Italy, Spain, Ireland, and Portugal.

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Post time 2011-10-31 05:53:26 |Display all floors
Pot/Kettle

Russian riot police staged mass beatings of Muslims and desecrated Koran in GULAG
Publication time: 1 October 2011, 02:06

Russian concentration camp # IK-41" in Jurga (Kemerov region), is on a verge of revolt.

KC sources report that on September 28, punitive gangs of riot police entered the camp and staged mass beatings of prisoner Muslims.

In the course of the punitive raid, arranged by infidels, the infidels deliberately desecrated the Holy Koran, tore it apart and trampled on it.

  

They shouted derisively - "Where is your Allah?! Why isn't He helping you!? "

In a video, posted on YouTube, a prisoner tells in Chechen how the riot police beat prisoners, tortured them with electric shocks and desecrated the Koran.

  

About a hundred Muslims are kept in the GULAG camp. They went on hunger strike, demanding the dismissal of the current head of the Kemerov branch of GULAG.

The camp inmates call for help them in order to not let the infidels commit further violence and desecrate the Koran.

The KC sources report that Muslims are supported by Russian prisoners in their demands. Now the camp is surrounded by riot police. The relatives of prisoners, journalists and human rights activists are not allowed to approach it.

  

Department of Monitoring

Kavkaz Center


http://www.kavkazcenter.com/eng/content/2011/10/01/15199.shtml

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Post time 2011-10-31 05:54:48 |Display all floors
By Alissa de Carbonnel

NIZHNY NOVGOROD, Russia | Tue Jun 14, 2011 6:04pm BST

NIZHNY NOVGOROD, Russia (Reuters) - A night at a Russian police station nearly cost Alexei Yakimov his life: police strung him up with his hands cuffed behind him, beat him for five hours and then tried to drown him in a river.

It is the sort of brutality that police reforms set out by President Dmitry Medvedev are supposed to prevent to improve public trust in a force that many Russians believe is worse than the criminals it is supposed to apprehend.

Yakimov's tormentors were jailed. But lawmakers, rights groups and victims of police violence say police largely act with impunity, and the reforms have broadly failed and are unlikely to stop beatings such as the one Yakimov received in 2009.

"They had lots of beer and every time I lost consciousness, they poured beer on my face and then continued," Yakimov, 37, a karate teacher and former part-time cab driver, told Reuters.

He said two policemen, acting as paid muscle in a practice Medvedev has vowed to stamp out, detained him as part of a turf war with rival taxi drivers over who controlled a stretch of pavement.

The policemen repeatedly put plastic bags over his head to restrict his breathing until he passed out. He says the officers later tried to drown him in the icy waters of the Volga river in the city of Nizhny Novgorod, 400 km (250 miles) east of Moscow.

When he pleaded for his life, he recalls them saying: "Do you think you're the first to die here? Don't waste your breath."

Yakimov survived because the officers took back their handcuffs and the freezing water gave him just enough strength to drag himself out of the river.

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Post time 2011-10-31 05:55:30 |Display all floors
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