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Thursday, January 18, 2018

American journal incited Putin Tyson


A few words about “Inquirere”. Yellow is the largest magazine in the United States. Its circulation reaches six million. It is sold together with food. And it is designed for Housewives, rather, on people’s baser desires.


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“The inquirer”, of course, has his master. But his real master is the President of Donald trump. Trump, as you know, can not stand the smell of printer’s ink. But the paint, which literally bleeds from the pages of “Inquirer” Trump like, as long as it’s got.

“Inquirer” – violently anti-Russian publication. Hatred of Russia is forcing him to lie and slander.

Here is an example of the latest “Inquirer”. Under the heading “Tyson is able to dim the lights of Putin,” the magazine wrote: “Mike Tyson offered a lot of money, so he entered the ring against Russian President Vladimir Putin!”

Because, they say, Tyson “big star” in Russia, writes “the inquirer”, a group of wealthy businessmen offered him half a million dollars. For this price, the Tyson will have to go to Moscow to fight the Russian President.

Now, supposedly, Tyson participates in the “great rally” held in new York Russians. At the end of the Congress its organizers will return to Moscow, taking with him and Tyson.

“It is expected the fight of the century!” — exclaims “the inquirer.”

How did you respond to it President Putin, the magazine said. But the reaction of Mike Tyson: “the Victory will certainly be mine. After this next fight Putin held in Siberia”.

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