mardi 27 septembre 2011

Russia: Putin's joke about the secret services.


In January 2011, Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, former KGB agent in Soviet times, told a joke to illustrate the secret service in its own way the red of the Russian bureaucracy, according to images broadcast by television.
        
This anecdote in which an American spy who wants to deliver services, but Russian rejected him from office to office before they are simply turned away, was told by Mr. Putin at a meeting in Orenburg (southern Urals ) on regional policy.
"An American arrives at the Lubyanka," the seat of the Federal Security Service (FSB, former KGB) in Moscow, Putin began.
"- I am a spy and I want to go!
- What country, spy?
- American
- Go to desktop N° 5
The man went to the office5.
- Are you armed?, He asks him.
- Yes.
- While Office N°. 7
- And you have the means of transmission?
- Yes.
- While N°. 20.
- And you have a mission?
- Yes.
- Okay, so go out and have you in, do not prevent people from working!, We ended up telling him.
"Things like corruption, bureaucratic tyranny is a chronic disease in our country, as in Tsarist times during the Soviet era, it is always the same story," said Mr. Putin.

         Agent of Soviet intelligence services in the former East Germany during the Soviet era, Putin, who later became the head of the FSB (former KGB) before being president from 2000 to 2008 , then the post of prime minister. He is again a candidate for the Presidency of the Republic in 2012.


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