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  • #41
    Originally posted by mirmirmir View Post

    The thing about western people is that they have a passion to hate a historical figure like hitler. Yeah sure, he did bad things. But please keep yoir emotion in check in academic environment.
    Whats that supposed to mean? That Germans being mature in regards to admitting what their past history is meant to be a bad thing?

    Originally posted by mirmirmir View Post

    Putin made great contributions to russia from fall of ussr. I can't see how russia can stand on their own feet without putin
    Thats a ridiculously low bar, even if you put a hamster in charge of Russia it would have done at least as a good of a job as Putin. Russia at the fall of USSR was basically rock bottom, and the country being so big and having all of the natural resources that it does, it would literally have to give away resources for free to do a worse job.

    And thats actually the funny thing is that economically speaking considering we are in a globalized world and the fact that Russia has so many natural resources Putin didn't really do a spectacular job, its just that Russian's have very low standards for what makes them happy (which given Russia's history is not that surprising).

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    • #42
      Originally posted by mdedetrich View Post

      Whats that supposed to mean? That Germans being mature in regards to admitting what their past history is meant to be a bad thing?



      Thats a ridiculously low bar, even if you put a hamster in charge of Russia it would have done at least as a good of a job as Putin. Russia at the fall of USSR was basically rock bottom, and the country being so big and having all of the natural resources that it does, it would literally have to give away resources for free to do a worse job.

      And thats actually the funny thing is that economically speaking considering we are in a globalized world and the fact that Russia has so many natural resources Putin didn't really do a spectacular job, its just that Russian's have very low standards for what makes them happy (which given Russia's history is not that surprising).
      I'm utterly stunned by naivity of so much commentators. Its nice to see some corrections of your side, thx.

      One day Russians will realise the fact that they could be one of the most top prospering countries like Norway or Arabic Oil Countries. But the issue is politics and their corruption and instead of making deals they rather raise old KGB enemy pictures. Its sad that some Russians try to defend it...

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      • #43
        Originally posted by mdedetrich View Post
        QT did not ban Russian developers. Russian developers are having problems with the internet because their own government is slowly cutting them off from the rest of the world (even digitally) which is whats causing issues for them to contribute (among others).
        QT site opens and there is no blocking. They removed Russian language support and blocked Russian developers. And it happened on March 2nd. But nowhere was it written about. All owners of commercial licenses are especially affected and they cannot download qt. Therefore, our developers have already made a fork.

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        • #44
          Originally posted by CochainComplex View Post

          I'm utterly stunned by naivity of so much commentators. Its nice to see some corrections of your side, thx.

          One day Russians will realise the fact that they could be one of the most top prospering countries like Norway or Arabic Oil Countries. But the issue is politics and their corruption and instead of making deals they rather raise old KGB enemy pictures. Its sad that some Russians try to defend it...
          It is immediately clear that you are writing from the most open and democratic country. But what you wrote is Western propaganda. Because Petr Andreevich Pavlensky the Russian oppositionist, was at large in Russia, but he asked for political asylum in France, and is now in prison for participating in rallies in France. Here it is a free Europe!
          Last edited by h0tc0d3; 06 March 2022, 05:49 AM.

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          • #45
            Originally posted by h0tc0d3 View Post

            It is immediately clear that you are writing from the most open and democratic country. But what you wrote is Western propaganda. Because Pyotr Andreevich Pavlensky the Russian oppositionist, was at large in Russia, but he asked for political asylum in France, and is now in prison for participating in rallies in France. Here it is a free Europe!
            Don't know where you got your information from but in one of his performance art he was charged for dameging the Central Bank of France - "free" does not mean you can do what you want and put others in danger

            "On 16 October 2017, in his first political art event outside of Russia, Pavlensky was arrested in Paris after setting fire to the street-level windows of an office of the Bank of France, located on the Place de la Bastille in Paris.[41] He was charged with property damage, together with his accomplice Oksana Shalygina.[5] He was initially detained in a psychiatric unit, until a judge ordered him to be placed in pretrial detention at Fleury-Mérogis Prison.[42] Pavlensky went on two dry hunger strikes while imprisoned in protest at “lack of transparency” over legal process.[5][43] He served eleven months in pretrial detention.[44]

            On 10 January 2019, Pavlensky was sentenced to three years in prison; his pre-trial detention was counted as time served and the remaining two years were suspended. Shalygina was sentenced to two years in prison, of which 16 months were spent on probation. In addition, the convicts are obliged to pay the Bank of France €18,678 as compensation for material damage and €3,000 for moral damage. According to the newspaper Le Matin, Pavlensky in response shouted in Russian "Never!".[45] Pavlensky dedicated his trial to the Marquis de Sade.[46][47]"


            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petr_Pavlensky

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            • #46
              Originally posted by h0tc0d3 View Post

              It is immediately clear that you are writing from the most open and democratic country. But what you wrote is Western propaganda. Because Petr Andreevich Pavlensky the Russian oppositionist, was at large in Russia, but he asked for political asylum in France, and is now in prison for participating in rallies in France. Here it is a free Europe!
              From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petr_P...#Controversies

              Pavlenski was arrested on 14 February 2020 for stabbing two people in a Paris flat during a New Year's Eve party. The police were looking for him since then.[65]
              In November 2020 Pavlensky’s ex-partner Oksana Shalygina released a book and gave an interview to the website Wonderzine. She recounted experiencing severe physical abuse and sexual violence from Pavlensky.[66]
              So for stabbing 2 people and also according to his wife he sexually and physically abused her. I am quite sure that is the reason why he is in prison, and not for attending a rally.

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              • #47
                If it was only the developers from those countries. I've seen at work that all the developers have become less productive due to depression or being busy talking about it with somebody else.

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                • #48
                  Any relation with current Russian authorities is purely pathological. It is and it will be until criminals go on trail and propaganda about the only innocent country in the world stops spreading and poisoning minds.

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                  • #49
                    I am truly surprised by this how long do you talk to this Russian troll. h0tc0d3
                    Just check his account and his posts he is an author of incredibly words like these:

                    Nobody tells you, but politicians and TV presenters in Ukraine have been openly calling for more than 10 years to kill Russians, and infringe on their rights in every possible way.
                    Ukraine has been blackmailing the Russian Federation for more than 30 years on every occasion,
                    Volodymyr Zelensky at the Security Council of Europe threatened the whole world with nuclear weapons.
                    (Yes I remember this one. Zelensky placed nuclear forces on high alert after attacking Russia. Do I recall this correctly?)

                    I think this wise person could even tell us why hospitals and civilian buildings provoked Russian generals.
                    But I don't think he is worth listening to.
                    Don't waste time for him.

                    He is either paid for writing these nonsense or brainwashed enough to believe in them.
                    I think he should be banned by administration.

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                    • #50
                      Originally posted by mdedetrich View Post

                      Whats that supposed to mean? That Germans being mature in regards to admitting what their past history is meant to be a bad thing?
                      Teach your children to be closed-minded is not a good thing. Well, i guess it's a cultural thing to mix personal feeling with lesson on school, i don't expect it to change anytime soon.

                      Originally posted by mdedetrich View Post
                      Thats a ridiculously low bar, even if you put a hamster in charge of Russia it would have done at least as a good of a job as Putin. Russia at the fall of USSR was basically rock bottom, and the country being so big and having all of the natural resources that it does, it would literally have to give away resources for free to do a worse job.

                      And thats actually the funny thing is that economically speaking considering we are in a globalized world and the fact that Russia has so many natural resources Putin didn't really do a spectacular job, its just that Russian's have very low standards for what makes them happy (which given Russia's history is not that surprising).
                      What you said shows that you don't know anything about running a country. It's fun to think you can pull a country out ouf your ass, isn't it?

                      This is why you don't want to be a closed-minded person. Erasing reality because you don't like the person? Stuff like this only makes a future historian frustrated because the only record they find is a propaganda.

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