Thursday, May 31, 2018

PARANOID SCHIZOPHRENIC #2 FROM KREMLIN(there is more than just Putan Putanowich) GIVES MIDDLE FINGER TO RUSSIAN PENSIONERS - RAISES 6 METERS HIGH FENCE FOR HIS HALF A BILLION US DOLLARS 80 HECTARES PROPERTY LOCATED ALONG VOLGA RIVER

REMEMBER THIS !!???? 
MEDVEDEV TO PENSIONERS: "DURDOM" FOR YOU AND NOT PENSIONS...

OFF COURSE YOU DO...ITS NECCESARY TO SAVE AND INVEST MONEY WHERE ONE COUNTS....
If someone would ask me(was asked many times) again if I have seen real evil, I would answer to that question with, "ask evil if one have seen good".


If  may recommend, I would suggest SCHIZO #2 to get also few Pantsirs to his Dacha which will keep journalists on a safe distance...
All normal in Russia...Все нормально в России..Все нормальные

For the starved Russian pensioners; on the other hand, I recommend terminators...
They'll change their minds quickly if they come to protest with buses(is much more effective than 6 meters high fence)...fishermen will also changed their mind about fishing near your parcel sir(means more fish for you)...



Babushka....run back to your icy water, before it gets too late for you...


It takes more than one to create lunacy as Russia became...
Related to http://ausertimes.blogspot.com/2018/04/michael-cohenex-right-hand-of-trump-was.html and http://ausertimes.blogspot.com/2018/04/michael-cohenex-right-hand-of-trump-was.html
NOTE TO GEORGE W. BUSH/ BUCKINGHAM PALACE AND SO ON(I don't care about Berlin because it would be a waste of breath): You saw how he treated me, you saw what went on in Slovenia and elsewhere...you even inspected my elementary school grades and have rated Joseph Fritzl according to my father's personality(you knew absolutely everything about family)...yet, you gave them deadly toys to play with and now the whole world is screwed and not only Russia.


Related to Putin's residence(has more than just one and many are secret)...Just google, "Putin's residence address" and you will see what you get about this good for nothing garbage...

From rferl.org:

Medvedev Manor: Navalny Reveals Plush Estate Used By PM

Like many of his compatriots, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev enjoys combing the woods for mushrooms. And it was a photo of these delectables posted on Medvedev's Instagram page that opposition leader Aleksei Navalny used to help tie Medvedev to a lavish country estate shrouded in secrecy.

The investigation published on September 15 gives the wider public its first glimpse at the sprawling Volga River dacha complex in the Ivanovo region east of Moscow. For several years, the estate has been rumored to be a favorite weekend or holiday destination for Medvedev.

Citing geotags from an Instagram photo by Medvedev showing a basket full of mushrooms, Navalny placed the prime minister near the estate in the village of Plyos, where, according to earlier media reports, locals have wondered what lies behind a 6-meter-tall green fence on the perimeter of the complex.


Navalny and his team, who have published numerous investigations of senior officials' luxury real estate and other pricey assets, flew a drone over the estate. The video of the grounds caught its impressive amenities, including a large main residence, auxiliary homes, a cascading swimming pool, a downhill ski run and chair lift, and at least two helicopter pads.

A Novaya Gazeta investigation in 2011 showed that the property, known as the Milovka estate, was owned by an organization called DAR Foundation that, according to corporate records, specializes in "regional nonprofit projects."

DAR was founded by a firm owned by Russian billionaires Leonid Mikhelson and Leonid Simanovsky, and the head of its supervisory board was a former law-school classmate of Medvedev's, Novaya Gazeta reported. Simanovsky is a State Duma deputy from the ruling United Russia party.

According to Navalny, ownership of some of the Milovka estate's territory and buildings were later transferred to a nongovernmental "historical and cultural" preservation organization called Gradislava. A 2014 investigation by the Russian magazine Sobesednik linked Gradislava's founder to another expensive estate near Moscow that was allegedly owned by a firm whose founder had ties to DAR.

Following the publication of Navalny's investigation on September 15, Medvedev's spokeswoman, Natalya Timakova, confirmed that the prime minister had previously stayed at the Milovka estate on the banks of the Volga but that he did not own or rent the property.


Navalny responded to Timakova's remarks on Twitter by saying that if Medvedev had used the estate for free, "it's a clear case of bribery."

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