Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Putin: READ MY LIPS: "кое-что хорошее мы всё-таки сделали..."


Совещание с членами Правительства - 11 января 2017 года 14:50 - Москва, Кремль

Владимир Путин провёл совещание с членами Правительства. Обсуждались приоритетные задачи социально-экономического развития России на 2017 год.
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Putin: READ MY LIPS: Video: 19:44 - 20:26 - "кое-что хорошее мы всё-таки сделали..." 

Two inaudible remarks (response to: "Communicate openly and in words, not sounds, as a  man should."), addressed to, as it appears, to Medvedev, which it looks like, and I tentatively interpreted them as: "Хуй им... [Мы их] Выебали!" 
But let the professional lip readers check and recheck on this (interpretation), maybe it was something else or different. 
As of 1:20 PM or earlier, after I wrote the draft of this post on this subject, this part appears to be somewhat, mildly, or softly edited, which makes its "lip reading" more difficult. 
Also note very sad, somber, almost crying facial expression and generally, the rather unusual, just like the "silent speech pauses", subdued tone. 

The part about the "Mountain skiing", which is a rather rare subject for the Government's meeting, I interpreted as a direct threat to me (which might be seen as a follow-up and confirmation of some previous clues, and also some others): "You, the Mountain Jew, we will put you on skis - we will fuck you up". 

If I am correct, and it is a threat, it absolutely does not concern me; at all, believe me.  I could not care less. 
The only thing I can say, is: 

"Малчик замзем узу ума зашёл... Уже без-зувуучно гаварит... Великий Коммуникатор - Стабилизатор - Аггрегатор... За сивой дуруга пириживаить! Вах! Бедний мальцик - с пальцик... И сикора, наверний, самзем заглохнит... Вах! Как гурустна! Питицка жалка, э... Такой хоросий питицка была, как орёл летала! А теперя? Как маленькая жалкая жареная цыпылёнка, даже один слова сказать не может... Наверна, боисся... Боись, малшик, писай, сси-и-и-и-и... Тонкий ситуруйка! Пачему зи Америка зивязывалься? Ты думаись, такой замзем балшой уже, да? А типер, писий, писий... Дажи сивой кудах-кудах уже делать ни можит, как риба, биз слова разговаривай делаит... Вах! Замзем пирапал! И эйта я тибя как горний иеврей гаварю... Я хоть и безграмотний, но один-два силов, со зувукам, читоба люди сылашали, сыказать ишшо ни забиль. Да!" 

На торжественном заседании, посвящённом 295-летию российской прокуратуры.


На торжественном заседании, посвящённом 295-летию российской прокуратуры. 

11 января 2017 года Москва

M.N.: One of the most sarcastic Putin's facial expressions, that I ever saw and remember. It is not clear, whom it is addressed: to America (regarding the Trump affair; looks west), or to his own prosecutors, or both. 


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The booking photo of Esteban Santiago, the Iraq war veteran accused of fatally shooting five people and wounding several others at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on Jan. 6, 2017. The photo is courtesy of the Broward Sheriff's Office.(Photo: Broward Sheriff's Office, AP)
Esteban Santiago, the 26-year-old Army veteran charged with killing five people at , made his first appearance in federal court on Monday.
Little is known about why Santiago chose an airport 4,000 miles away from his hometown in Anchorage, Alaska, or what led him to unload two clips from his Walther 9mm semiautomatic handgun at random passengers in the baggage area of the airport.
Santiago spoke with officials from the FBI and the Broward County Sheriff's Office for several hours after Friday's shooting, but the criminal complaint filed by the FBI following that interview said only that Santiago "planned the attack" without giving any indication about his motive. Those answers could become clearer through hearings in federal court, where he could face the death penalty.
Here is what we know about Santiago so far.

Troubles at home

Santiago was born in New Jersey in 1990 and moved to Puerto Rico two years later. He spent his childhood there, went to high school and joined the . According to his family, things started changing for Santiago after a nine-month tour of Iraq.
"When he came back from Iraq, he was a different person," Hernan Rivera, 70, Santiago’s uncle, told The New York Times.
Santiago then moved to Alaska where he repeatedly confronted law enforcement. From January to October of 2016, he encountered Anchorage Police at least five times.
He was arrested and charged with criminal mischief following a "physical disturbance" with his girlfriend in January and was re-arrested for violating an order to stay away from their apartment the next month. But he was not arrested following three other calls. Police said each time that they could not establish probable cause.

Mental health problems

Santiago's erratic behavior escalated in November when he walked into the FBI office in Anchorage complaining that "his mind was being controlled by a agency."
FBI officials confiscated the gun he had in his car and sent him to local police, who sent him to get a mental health evaluation. He was cleared, and the FBI closed its file on him and returned his handgun.
But even neighbors sensed that something was changing with Santiago. Many Alaskans already suffer from seasonal affective disorders due to the limited sunlight that reaches the northern state.
"Or it could be (post-traumatic stress disorder) combined with alcohol," Anchorage neighbor said. "We see way too much of that up here."

Shooting spree

Just before 1 p.m. on Friday, the FBI says Santiago retrieved his checked baggage at the Fort Lauderdale airport after flying from Alaska with a connection in Minneapolis.
He then went into a bathroom and loaded inside a bathroom stall. George Piro, special agent in charge of the FBI's Miami division, said he appeared to follow the correct protocol established by the to travel with his gun.
Surveillance video shows Santiago calmly walking through the baggage claim area, pulling the handgun out of his waistband and opening fire on nearby passengers. The FBI says he then emptied one clip, reloaded, kept firing, walked outside the terminal for a moment and re-entered the baggage claim area before dropping the gun and lying down spread eagle.
Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel said he was arrested "without incident" and taken to the Broward County Jail for questioning.
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Members of the University of Vermont women's swimming and diving team line up at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. A Safer Florida and Florida Licensing on Wheels arrived at the airport late afternoon to help those who lost their driver's licenses as a result of the shooting get a form of identification.  Katie Klann, Naples Daily News-USA TODAY NETWORK
Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz discusses the need for photo identification at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.  Katie Klann, Naples Daily News-USA TODAY NETWORK
Workers inside of the Florida Licensing on Wheels vehicle take ID photos of those who lost their belongings.  Katie Klann, Naples Daily News-USA TODAY NETWORK
Workers with A Safer Florida pass out information sheets to those who lost their belongings.  Katie Klann, Naples Daily News-USA TODAY NETWORK
University of Vermont women's swimming and diving team members fill out sheets with their personal information in order to receive a photo identification card.  Katie Klann, Naples Daily News-USA TODAY NETWORK
Anchorage police chief Chris Tolley speaks during a joint press conference by the FBI Anchorage Field Office and the Anchorage Police Department. Esteban Santiago, a veteran, allegedly opened fire in a baggage claim area at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on Friday, killing five people and injuring six more. Karen Loeffler, U.S. Attorney for the District of Alaska, looks on.  Anna Reed, Statesman Journal-USA TODAY NETWORK
The residence of Esteban Santiago is seen in Anchorage, Alaska. Santiago, a veteran, allegedly opened fire in a baggage claim area at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on Friday.  Anna Reed, Statesman Journal-USA TODAY Spor
Investigators in hazmat suits bring out bags to load into a truck outside of the Terminal 2 baggage claim at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.  Katie Klann, Naples Daily News-USA TODAY NETWORK
Investigators in hazmat suits gather material in bags inside of the Terminal 2 baggage claim at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.  Katie Klann, Naples Daily News-USA TODAY NETWORK
Brian Mason (center) looks through his reservations on his laptop to try to schedule a flight to Manchester, England, from the Greater Fort Lauderdale & Broward County Convention Center on Saturday. Mason and seven family members just finished a 10-day cruise when their flight was canceled because of the shooting at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.  Patrick Dove, Treasure Coast Newspapers-USA TODAY NETWORK
Brian Mason, of Manchester, England, walks with his family back to the ship terminal to catch a bus to Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.  Patrick Dove, Treasure Coast Newspapers-USA TODAY NETWORK
Unclaimed bags line one of the baggage claim carousels in terminal one at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.  Katie Klann, Naples Daily News-USA TODAY NETW
Broward County Sheriff vehicles park outside of Terminal 2 at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. A gunman opened fire in the baggage claim area at the airport Friday, killing five people and wounding at least six others before being taken into custody.  Katie Klann, Naples Daily News, via USA TODAY Sports
Fla. Gov. Rick Scott addresses the media at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on Saturday. "We're right in the middle of trying to figure out what happened," said Scott. Referring to the claims of the alleged shooter's mental condition, Scott said that his brother suffers from mental illness and that it is "a very difficult issue to deal with and live with."  Katie Klann, Naples (Fla.) Daily News
Passengers sleep in Terminal 4 after the airport opened at 5 a.m. at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on Jan. 7, 2017, the day after a shooting in the baggage area.  Mike Stocker, AP
A screen with jetBlue departures provides updates on canceled and delayed flights at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.  Katie Klann, Naples Daily News, via USA TODAY Sports
People wait in line in Terminal 1 at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. Terminal 2 remained closed in the morning after a gunman opened fire in the baggage claim area at the airport Friday, killing several people and wounding others, before being taken into custody.  Katie Klann, Naples Daily News, via USA TODAY Sports
An FBI agent wipes off his shoe while working the crime scene in Terminal 2 at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. Authorities say Army veteran Esteban Santiago of Anchorage, Alaska, drew a gun from his checked luggage on arrival and opened fire on fellow travelers.  Mike Stocker, AP
Esteban Ruiz Santiago, 26, is pictured in this booking photo provided by the Broward Sheriff's Office. Santiago is the alleged gunman who killed at least five people at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.  Broward Sheriff's Office via USA TODAY Sports
Investigators continue their work in Terminal 2 at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.  Mike Stocker, AP
Haylee Lantz, left, and her brother, Evin Lantz, buy clothing at a Target in Coral Ridge Mall in Fort Lauderdale on Friday. Their family of 20 adults and a baby did not leave the airport until 8:30 at night after attempting to get home from a cruise. Boutelle and her boyfriend, Evin Lantz, were in the terminal getting food before their flight when the Transportation Security Administration came through, yelling "run" with their arms spread.  Katie Klann, Naples Daily News-USA TODAY Sports
Passengers wait in line at Terminal 4 of the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport after the facility reopened at 5:00 a.m Saturday, the day after a gunman opened fire at the airport.  Mike Stocker, AP
Mara Johnson, from Arizona, sits outside of terminal three at the Fort Lauderdale - Hollywood International Airport. Johnson was in the air when the shooting occurred yesterday and spent the night in the convention center.  Katie Klann, Naples Daily News-USA TODAY Sports
Students from St. Andrews Episcopal Church and school in Boca Raton were going on a mission trip to Fiji, Friday, but didn't make it. The plane they were on had engine trouble, so they were held in a terminal when they heard shots fired at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.  Jeremiah Wilson, Treasure Coast News-USA TODAY Sports
First responders secure the area outside the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International airport, Friday, after a gunman opened fire in the baggage claim area.  Mike Stocker, AP
Florida Governor Rick Scott speaks outside of the Broward Health Medical Center Trauma Center in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. "We will not tolerate evil, we will hold the person accountable and we will ensure the security of our state," said Scott.  Katie Klann/Naples Daily News
Dr. Benny Melendez, left, chief of emergency medicine and Dr. Ralph Guarneri, right, trauma surgeon address the media, Friday, outside of the Broward Health Medical Center Trauma Center.  Katie Klann, Naples Daily News-USA TODAY Sports
People are led out of the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport Friday afternoon.  Jeremiah Wilson, Treasure Coast News-USA TODAY NETWORK
A person is loaded into an ambulance Friday afternoon outside the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.  Jeremiah Wilson, Treasure Coast News-USA TODAY Sports
Hernan Rivera, uncle of 26-year-old Esteban Santiago, the Florida shooting suspect, watches the news at his apartment in Union City.  Viorel Florescu, NorthJersey.com-USA TODAY Sports
Maria Ruiz, aunt of 26-year-old Esteban Santiago, the Florida shooting suspect, talks to reporters in her apartment in Union City.  Viorel Florescu, NorthJersey.com-USA TODAY Sports
Dr. Benny Melendez, left, chief of emergency medicine and Dr. Ralph Guarneri, right, trauma surgeon address the media.  Katie Klann, Naples Daily News-USA TODAY Spor
Students from St. Andrews Episcopal Church and school in Boca Raton react to the shooting at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.  Jeremiah Wilson, Treasure Coast News-USA TODAY Sports
People huddle together at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International airport after a shooting took place. Officials say five people wear killed and eight wounded in an attack by a single gunman.  Joe Raedle, Getty Images
Passengers run for safety on the tarmac at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport following the shooting Friday.  David Santiago, AP
People gather outside of the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, Friday.  Jeremiah Wilson, Treasure Coast Newpapers-USA TODAY NETWORK
Law enforcement personnel stand outside a garage area at Fort Lauderdale–-Hollywood International Airport.  David Santiago, AP
People exit the Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport Friday, after a gunman opened fire.  David Santiago, AP
An injured woman is loaded into an emergency vehicle at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport after a gunman opened fire inside a terminal of the airport, killing several people and wounding others before being taken into custody, Friday, Jan. 6, 2017, in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (David Santiago/El Nuevo Herald via AP) ORG XMIT: FLMEH201  David Santiago, AP
First responders assist people seeking cover outside the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International airport after a shooting took place near the baggage claim.  Joe Raedle
People stand on the tarmac at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport after a shooter opened fire inside a terminal of the airport, killing at least five and wounding others before being taken into custody, Friday, in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.  Lynne Sladky, AP
Police officers stand on the perimeter road along the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport after a shooter opened fire inside a terminal of the airport. The airport suspended operations as law enforcement authorities rushed to the scene.  Lynne Sladky, AP
People stand on the tarmac at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, Friday.  Lynne Sladky, AP
A shooting victim arrives at Broward Health Trauma Center in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., on Friday. Authorities say a lone shooter opened fire at the Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, international airport Friday, killing "multiple" people before he was taken into custody. The airport suspended operations as law enforcement authorities rushed to the scene.  Taimy Alvarez, AP
People stand on the tarmac at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.  Al Diaz, AP
A shooting victim is unloaded from an emergency vehicle and taken into Broward Health Trauma Center in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Friday.  Taimy Alvarez, AP
An injured woman is taken into Broward Health Trauma Center in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., after the shooting at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.  Taimy Alvarez, AP
An aerial view taken on April 20, 2016 shows the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood airport in Florida.  Daniel Slim, AFP/Getty Images
Passengers gather on the tarmac of the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood airport in Florida after a gunman opened fire on Friday.  Taylor Elenburg, AFP/Getty Images
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Aftermath at airport

Five people were killed, including a volunteer firefighter from Virginia, a land surveyor from Iowa and a church-going great-grandmother from Georgia.
Another six people were struck by gunshots and are recovering in local hospitals. Israel said dozens of others were injured in the frantic evacuation of Terminal 2 following the shooting. That included a woman who fled into a Broward Sheriff's Office vehicle only to find a police K-9 inside, which bit her and caused minor injuries.
Israel ordered the airport closed after reports of a second shooter in Terminal 1, prompting mass evacuations that left thousands of passengers on the airport tarmac for hours. More than 12,000 passengers were taken to nearby for the night, and airlines continue to try to get stranded travelers home and return more than 20,000 personal items, including luggage, purses and cellphones, that were left behind in the evacuation.

Future for Santiago

Santiago was charged by the in Miami with committing an act of violence at an international airport and two firearm-related offenses. Those charges could lead to the death penalty.
Piro, who is leading the investigation, has a unique history, serving as the sole interrogator of former Iraqi leader starting in January 2004. Piro has said that he has not yet ruled out terrorism in the case.
Santiago made his first appearance in a Fort Lauderdale courtroom Monday. He is being held without bond but will have a detention hearing on Jan. 17 in Fort Lauderdale.
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Jared Kushner to be named senior adviser to the president

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Israeli Embassy Official Plotted to 'Take Down' UK Politicians

New York Times-Jan 8, 2017
LONDON — In a deeply embarrassing episode revealed on Sunday, a senior employee of the Israeli Embassy in Britain was recorded plotting ...

The U.S. and Global Security Review: We all do what we do, and what we have to do: good and bad, normal and crazy. Such are we, and such is life.

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We all do what we do, and what we have to do: good and bad, normal and crazy. Such are we, and such is (our modern) life.  
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The U.S. and Global Security Review: Vovchik, use Twitter, and in English, the best way to communicate, just like Donald does, and compete with him in building the audience. There is absolutely nothing wrong with that.

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Vovchik, use Twitter, and in English, the best way to communicate, just like Donald does, and compete with him in building the audience. But both - honestly, without bots and all that garbage. There is absolutely nothing wrong with that. Good and efficient leaders are first of all good and efficient communicators, but in their respective audiences, (even in Mali, "where we can get stranded..." 20 G won't do. 20 Mil - unlikely, 200 Mil - is a step in the right direction."). Try to encroach on each other's audiences, there is nothing wrong with this either.  
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The U.S. and Global Security Review: Vovchik, stop spying on me and my computer and stop sending me your messages: no interesanto. Communicate openly and in words, not sounds, as a man should. Use your own brains.

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Vovchik, stop spying on me and my computer and stop sending me your messages: no interesanto. Communicate openly and in words, not sounds, as a  man should. Use your own brains. 
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The U.S. and Global Security Review: Donald, make complete, clean break with Russia; and after the field is cleared and leveled, REBUILD, as smart builder. This is the only way, and your only chance, methinks, sincerely.

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Donald, make complete, clean break with Russia; and only after the field is cleared and leveled, REBUILD, as smart builder. This is the only way, and your only chance, methinks, sincerely. 
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The U.S. and Global Security Review: Russi did it! | » BBC News - Jerusalem lorry attacker 'was IS supporter' - 09/01/17 02:56

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Russi did it! | » BBC News - Jerusalem lorry attacker 'was IS supporter' - 09/01/17 02:56

Israeli soldiers hug each other near the scene where police said a Palestinian rammed his truck into a group of Israeli soldiers on a popular promenade in Jerusalem

Russi did it: 
  • Armon Hanatziv: Arm on; Ha natziv: "Arm on ("get armed"...); Hey, native! (or "nazi")" 
  • Fadi Qunbar: Fa di Qun bar: "Fucking die, kuhn (bold) bar!" (reference to a long shape of Israel's land) 
  • Jabel Mukaber: Ja bel Muka ber: "Jay belle, ("a beautiful Jew"), muka ("pain" in Russian) bearer (sufferer) - бери ("take it" in Russian) 

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Jerusalem truck attack: Suspect may have supported ISIS ...

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Jerusalem lorry attacker 'was IS supporter'

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Israel's prime minister has said "all the signs" are that a man who killed four soldiers in Jerusalem supported so-called Islamic State (IS).
Although Benjamin Netanyahu did not evidence for the claim, IS has previously threatened to attack Israel.
The Palestinian, who was shot dead, drove a lorry into a group of soldiers in the district of Armon Hanatziv.
An emergency meeting of the Israeli security cabinet approved detention without trial for IS sympathisers.
Three women and a man, all in their 20s, were killed in the attack and 17 others were wounded, police said.
The attacker, identified as 28-year-old Fadi Qunbar, came from the district of Jabel Mukaber in east Jerusalem, near to the attack site.
CCTV footage showed the truck ploughing at high speed into the soldiers, before reversing over the victims.
"He drove backward to crush more people," eyewitness Leah Schreiber told reporters. "That was really clear."
The Israel Defense Forces tweeted that the dead soldiers were Lt Yael Yekutiel, 20; Lt Shir Hajaj, 22; 2nd Lt Erez Orbach, 20 and 2nd Lt Shira Tzur, 20.
Other soldiers shot the driver dead. Nine people were arrested in a raid on his neighbourhood, including five members of his family.
Mr Netanyahu visited the site of the attack on Sunday afternoon and said: "We know that there has been a series of terror attacks.
"There definitely could be a connection between them - from France to Berlin, and now Jerusalem."
Attackers in Nice and Berlin last year used the same method of driving a lorry through a crowd.
National police chief Roni Alseich said it was possible the driver had been motivated by last month's lorry attack in Berlin.
He said: "It is difficult to get into the head of every individual to determine what prompted him, but there is no doubt that these things do have an effect."
IS has previously threatened Israel in video statements and propaganda articles, but it is not known to have mounted any attacks inside the country.
Israel's security forces have, though, intermittently arrested suspects it has accused of belonging to IS.
The Palestinian militant group Hamas, which has control inside Gaza but is designated a terrorist group by Israel, the US and others, praised the attacker.
Hamas spokesman Abdul-Latif Qanou called it a "heroic" act and encouraged other Palestinians to "escalate the resistance".
Before this latest incident, 35 Israelis had been killed in a wave of knife, gun and car-ramming attacks by Palestinians or Israeli Arabs since October 2015.
More than 200 Palestinians - mostly attackers, Israel says - have also been killed in that period.
Israel says Palestinian incitement has fuelled the attacks. The Palestinian leadership has blamed frustration rooted in decades of Israeli occupation.
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How We Fool Ourselves on Russia

New York Times-Jan 7, 2017
William JBurns is president of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and a former Deputy Secretary of State. He served as U.S. ...
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William JBurns is president of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. He previously served as U.S. deputy secretary of state.

How We Fool Ourselves on Russia - The New York Times

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In the quarter-century since the end of the Cold War, profound grievances, misperceptions and disappointments have often defined the relationship between the United States and Russia. I lived through this turbulence during my years as a diplomat in Moscow, navigating the curious mix of hope and humiliation that I remember so vividly in the Russia of Boris N. Yeltsin, and the pugnacity and raw ambition of Vladimir V. Putin’s Kremlin. And I lived through it in Washington, serving both Republican and Democratic administrations.
There have been more than enough illusions on both sides. The United States has oscillated between visions of an enduring partnership with Moscow and dismissing it as a sulking regional power in terminal decline. Russia has moved between notions of a strategic partnership with the United States and a later, deeper desire to upend the current international order, where a dominant United States consigns Russia to a subordinate role.
The reality is that our relationship with Russia will remain competitive, and often adversarial, for the foreseeable future. At its core is a fundamental disconnect in outlook and about each other’s role in the world.
It is tempting to think that personal rapport can bridge this disconnect and that the art of the deal can unlock a grand bargain. That is a foolish starting point for sensible policy. It would be especially foolish to think that Russia’s deeply troubling interference in our election can or should be played down, however inconvenient.
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President Putin’s aggressive election meddling, like his broader foreign policy, has at least two motivating factors. The first is his conviction that the surest path to restoring Russia as a great power comes at the expense of an American-led order. He wants Russia unconstrained by Western values and institutions, free to pursue a sphere of influence.
The second motivating factor is closely connected to the first. The legitimacy of Mr. Putin’s system of repressive domestic control depends on the existence of external threats. Surfing on high oil prices, he used to be able to bolster his social contract with the Russian people through rising standards of living. That was clear in the boomtown Moscow I knew as the American ambassador a decade ago, full of the promise of a rising middle class and the consumption of an elite convinced that anything worth doing was worth overdoing. But Mr. Putin has lost that card in a world of lower energy prices and Western sanctions, and with a one-dimensional economy in which real reform is trumped by the imperative of political control and the corruption that lubricates it.
The ultimate realist, Mr. Putin understands Russia’s relative weakness, but regularly demonstrates that declining powers can be at least as disruptive as rising powers. He sees a target-rich environment all around him.
If he can’t easily build Russia up, he can take the United States down a few pegs, with his characteristic tactical agility and willingness to play rough and take risks. If he can’t have a deferential government in Kiev, he can grab Crimea and try to engineer the next best thing, a dysfunctional Ukraine. If he can’t abide the risk of regime upheaval in Syria, he can flex Russia’s military muscle, emasculate the West, and preserve Bashar al-Assad atop the rubble of Aleppo. If he can’t directly intimidate the European Union, he can accelerate its unraveling by supporting anti-Union nationalists and exploiting the wave of migration spawned in part by his own brutality. Wherever he can, he exposes the seeming hypocrisy and fecklessness of Western democracies, blurring the line between fact and fiction.
So what to do? Russia is still too big, proud and influential to ignore and still the only nuclear power comparable to the United States. It remains a major player on problems from the Arctic to Iran and North Korea. We need to focus on the critical before we test the desirable. The first step is to sustain, and if necessary amplify, the actions taken by the Obama administration in response to Russian hacking. Russia challenged the integrity of our democratic system, and Europe’s 2017 electoral landscape is the next battlefield.
A second step is to reassure our European allies of our absolute commitment to NATO. American politicians tell one another to “remember your base,” and that’s what should guide policy toward Russia. Our network of allies is not a millstone around America’s neck, but a powerful asset that sets us apart.
A third step is to stay sharply focused on Ukraine, a country whose fate will be critical to the future of Europe, and Russia, over the next generation. This is not about NATO or European Union membership, both distant aspirations. It is about helping Ukrainian leaders build the successful political system that Russia seeks to subvert.
Finally, we should be wary of superficially appealing notions like a common war on Islamic extremism or a common effort to “contain” China. Russia’s bloody role in Syria makes the terrorist threat far worse and despite long-term concerns about a rising China, Mr. Putin has little inclination to sacrifice a relationship with Beijing.
I’ve learned a few lessons during my diplomatic career, often the hard way. I learned to respect Russians and their history and vitality. I learned that it rarely pays to neglect or underestimate Russia, or display gratuitous disrespect. But I also learned that firmness and vigilance, and a healthy grasp of the limits of the possible, are the best way to deal with the combustible combination of grievance and insecurity that Vladimir Putin embodies. I’ve learned that we have a much better hand to play with Mr. Putin than he does with us. If we play it methodically, confident in our enduring strengths, and unapologetic about our values, we can eventually build a more stable relationship, without illusions.
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East of the Sun (And West of the Moon) · Paul Desmond

For All We Know

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Reince Priebus acknowledges Russia was behind hacks - Business Insider

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Chris Wallace Grills Reince Priebus For Blaming DNC for Hack FULL Interview 1/8/17 - YouTube

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Published on Jan 8, 2017
Reince Priebus Fox News Sunday FULL Interview 1/8/17. Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace pressed incoming White House chief-of-staff Reince Priebus after he seemingly suggested that the Democratic National Committee was to blame for its own emails being hacked. Wallace began by asking the outgoing RNC chairman if his boss Donald Trump now accepted that “the Russians” were behind the DNC hack. Priebus deflected ever so slightly, saying that Trump accepted the findings that “entities in Russia” were behind the hacks.

Priebus went on to argue that the Democrats were at fault for “allowing” the Russians to hack them. “We have the DNC as a sitting duck. Wait a second, Chris, because it matters…” he said when Wallace began to object. “They lacked defenses. They lacked training. They allowed foreign governments into their system.”

“Well who do you blame more for this?” asked Wallace. “Do you blame Putin and the Kremlin, or do you blame the DNC? Who’s the primary actor here?”

“The primary actor is the foreign entity that’s perpetrating the crime to begin with,” Priebus said.

“Which was? Which was?” Wallace pressed repeatedly, speaking over him.
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Republican Senators Urge Trump To Embrace Findings On Russia ...

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Paul Desmond: Edmonton 1976 - YouTube

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Published on Apr 23, 2015
Paul Desmond - Edmonton Festival 76
Recorded live at Edmonton Jazz Festival, Canada
Wednesday, April 14, 1976.


Desmond appeared only half a dozen times with his "Canadian Quartet" -- Ed Bickert on guitar, Don Thompson on bass, and Jerry Fuller on drums. Fortunately Don Thompson also doubles as a recording engineer, and a number of the club dates were recorded and released. The group also appeared on CBC-TV s Take 30, and were recorded at the Edmonton Jazz Festival.

Paul Desmond is widely recognized for his genius as a melodic improviser and as the benchmark of cool jazz sax players. His warm, elegant tone was one that he admittedly tried to make sound like a dry martini. He and Art Pepper were virtually the only alto players of their generation not directly influenced by Charlie Parker. Desmond was influenced by Lester Young, but took it further, into melodic and harmonic worlds never before traveled by reedmen — especially in the upper registers. Desmond is best known for his years with the Dave Brubeck Quartet (1959-1967) and his infamous composition "Take Five." He met Brubeck in the late '40s and played with his Octet. The Quartet formed toward the end of 1950 and took final shape with Eugene Wright and Joe Morello a few years later. Jazz at Oberlin and Take Five were considered essential purchases by college students of the era, but Jazz Impressions of Japan was its most innovative recording. Desmond played his loping, slow, ordered, and intricate solos in direct contrast to the pianist's obsession with large chords, creating a myriad of textures for melodic and rhythmic counterpoint unlike any heard in jazz. His witty quotations from musicals, classical pieces, and folk songs were also a watermark of his artistry. When the Quartet split in 1967, Desmond began an intermittent yet satisfying recording career. It included dates with Gerry Mulligan for Verve, various sessions with Jim Hall, and a concert with the the Modern Jazz Quartet. He played his last gigs with the Brubeck Quartet at reunions before dying of lung cancer. Desmond's recordings for RCA have gotten box-set treatment and Mosaic issued one of the complete sessions with Hall. There are also reissues from A&M and CTI, though recordings on Artist House and Finesse remain regrettably out of print. ~ Thom JUREK - AMG


Musicians
Paul DESMOND: alto sax
Ed BICKERT: guitar
Don THOMPSON: bass
Jerry FULLER: drums

Paul Desmond - Edmonton Festival 76 Tracklist:
01 Just Squeeze Me (8:24)
02 Darn That Dream (12:54)
03 Wave (13:28)
04 Someday My Prince Will Come (8:46)
05 Wendy (10:45)
06 Take Five (7:04)
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Paul Desmond: From The Hot Afternoon 1969 - YouTube

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Published on Apr 23, 2015
Paul Desmond - From The Hot Afternoon
Original Release Date: 2000
Audio CD (April 4, 2000)


Paul Desmond's first genuine all-Brazilian album under the Creed Taylor signature was a beauty, a collection of songs by the then-moderately known Edu Lobo and the emerging giant Milton Nascimento, then only in his early twenties. All Desmond has to do is sit back and ride the Brazilian grooves while lyrically ruminating on whatever pops into his head. It sounds so effortless -- until you try it yourself. The swirling, often gorgeous orchestral arrangements are by Don Sebesky (one CD edition mistakenly gives Claus Ogermann credit on the cover), Airto Moreira leads the samba-flavored percussion forces, and Lobo and his wife Wanda de Sah appear on three of Lobo's four songs. Lobo's "To Say Goodbye," "Circles," and "Martha and Romao" have exactly the brand of wistful sadness that Desmond could communicate so well; on the former, de Sah has to sing well below the register with which she is comfortable, and the strain is painfully obvious. Some of Nascimento's best early tunes are here, including the tense title track, the popping "Catavento," and "Canto Latino." "Catavento" inspires a particularly inventive solo from Desmond where he pulls out one of his age-old tricks, quoting "St. Thomas." The recent Verve By Request edition adds no less than six alternate takes to the package. ~ by Richard S. Ginell

You probably are unfamiliar with the small CTI collection featuring the prolific Bruback sax sideman. Sad, because these are amoung the best he did with a larger backing. This has Brazilian lushness right from the first cut. Outubro is a Nascimento tune that will astound you. Look, we are talking Airto, Ron Carter, Dorio Ferrira and Edu Lobo with a who's who in studio greats led by Don Sebesky. You will not regret this masterpiece for one moment. Hell, even the outtakes are gems. Martha & Romao gets so lush you'll put it on repeat at least for an hour..did I regress? Sorry. If that sounds like an exaggeration, wait until you hear the Sergio Mendes '65 alumni, Wanda de Sah literally "breathe" the song "to Say Good-bye." By the way, most people do not know that Sergio Mendes thought this CD up! Here it is, too many of the RCA cuts and too many of the Brubeck stuff is heavily contrived. That is why the Carnegie Hall Live Concert set gives you the REAL Brubeck quartet. This is the same thing. It is so soft and "jazz pure" that the strings only make this CD, and Desmond's next CTI release "Bridge Over Troubled Waters," better. This is a "must have" for any real lover of good music. ~ E. Macomber "gmonet"

Personnel:
Paul Desmond - alto saxophone
Phil Bodner
George Marge - saxophone, clarinet, oboe
Stan Webb - flute, alto flute, percussion
Jimmy Buffington - French horn
Patrick Rebillot - acoustic & electric piano
Paul Faulise - bass trombone
Marky Markowitz
Don Hammond
Wanda De Sah - vocals
Also: Ron Carter, Hubert Laws, Airto Moreira, Marvin Stamm, Edu Lobo

Paul Desmond - From The Hot Afternoon Tracklist:
01 Outubro (October) (Fernando Brant/Milton Nascimento)
02 Gira Girou (Round 'n' Round) (Milton Nascimento)
03 Faithful Brother (Milton Nascimento)
04 To Say Goodbye (Edu Lobo)
05 From the Hot Aftenoon (Milton Nascimento)
06 Circles (Edu Lobo)
07 Martha & Romao (Edu Lobo)
08 Catavento (Milton Nascimento)
09 Canto Latino (Latin Chant) (Milton Nascimento)
10 Crystal Illusions (Edu Lobo/J. Guarneri/Lani Hall)
11 Gira Girou (Round 'n' Round) -Alternative Take
12 Faithful Brother -Alternative Take
13 From The Hot Aftenoon -Alternative Take
14 Catavento -Alternative Take
15 Canto Latino (Latin Chant) -Alternative Take
16 From The Hot Aftenoon -Alternative Take

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