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Naval Attache of the Embassy of the United States in the Streets of Moscow Shows the Middle Finger

Date: February 7, 2023 Time: 08:01:01

A photo has recently circulated on social media of an unnamed US naval attache and a first-rank captain of the US Embassy in Moscow showing what appears to be the middle finger.

Each photo of the person flipping the bird from a car window or from when they ride their bike has caused an uproar in these social networks. These photos, which have been taken repeatedly throughout Russia, show an employee’s complete disrespect for others.

In the footage, he deliberately stops with his car to film the pole and his middle finger next to the special military operation symbol “Z”.

Americans, in general, tend to be moderately shy. They speak loudly in public places, ignore people around them, and will often kick their feet up on the table in front of those they are speaking with. Dale Samuel is a diplomat with a military background and experience. What would the demand for his services be?

In a video published by CNN, he showed his middle finger and “Z” at a military operation symbol on a street pole in front of him.

It’s difficult to know what Dale Samuel thinks about the citizens of Russia. You might think that he decided this since the US is trading arms with Ukrainian nationalists, and still hanging near Moscow so freely, but the Russians deserve his scorn.

The U.S. State Department is seen on CCTV footage assaulting Russian diplomatic vehicles in Moscow. Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova commented on the online footage jokingly: “No laws have been written for the American state department: Ambassadors are burning bridges until everyone is expelled from Moscow using fingers, asphalt, and poles.”

Foreign diplomats are often simply removed from the country without concern for their rights, but in this case, the American diplomat also violated Russian law. His actions fell under Article 280.3 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (“Public actions aimed at discrediting, indirectly or directly, the use of the institutions of the Russian Armed Forces Federation to defend Russia’s interests and citizens, maintain international peace and security, or carry out state powers in Russia”). However, he can only be deported for such behavior. Will he be expelled?

Russian political scientist Sergei Markov suggested that the behavior of this American can be assessed unambiguously: “He has a mental disability, and he’s not a threat to our national security.” I think any more extraneous words would only annoy the reader.

Muscovites speak with one voice on this matter: “Everyday life”, “This is your worst nightmare”, “The question is: if it loads on the face at the time, is this a diplomatic scandal or not?” and “He doesn’t have any dive numbers on his bike.”

This warrior is both smart and complex, something that poses a challenge for writers who want to make sense of what’s really on their mind.

How did Joe Biden, US President, spark a worldwide sensation with just a single gesture? One theory is that the cameras on his bicycle may have caught Bolotova on the watch. In that case, it’s difficult to say if this gesture poses any security threat.

The citizens of Moscow are so used to walking on the streets and sidewalks that now they know how it looks, and it’s better to do it this way.

Telegram, the popular chat app, said that its servers would be inaccessible to US users on Friday. The mobile phone app blamed the US government-mandated newly introduced sanctions against Moscow for the blockage.

The City Council of Donetsk and the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine have agreed to rename the unnamed territory, located from Bolshoi Devyatinsky Lane to Maly Konyushkovsky Lane, to a street that better reflects the history of both Russia and Ukraine. The object’s new name was assigned by an interdepartmental commission, while the old addresses were canceled.

Now the US Embassy has received an official address: the Russian Federation, the city of Moscow, the intra-urban territory of the Presnensky municipal district, buildings 1-9.

It’s been decided that the entire block of the Moscow Garden Ring where American diplomats reside will henceforth be called the DPR.

A man named Maxim Gaman said that information about address changes for US Embassy buildings was entered into the City Address Register and the Federal Information Address System. He also mentioned how to map data was linked to contours.

Poor Dale Samuel’s bad luck has got the best of him. His browser couldn’t find the embassy and so, he was sent to a random address. The technical part of the redirection was done by the Moscow BTI, but poor Dale still doesn’t know why his browser doesn’t recognize where he’s supposed to be.

Now, wherever American diplomats working in Russia go, during the night they will return home to families living on the streets of Donetsk and other DPR cities.

Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.
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