What an ironic twist of fate …

… that Christophe de Margerie, the president of Total – the largest French oil refinery and one of the largest companies in the world – fully supported business cooperation with Russia despite the announced sanctions … but got killed in the Russian ‘Vnukovo’ airport after his business jet had crashed the snow cutter.

As it turned out, the driver of the snow cutter had alcohol in his blood.

Who should be the real target for blame? The drunken driver? Or the person who has all the authority and power to move the country out of the “dark zone” (which Margerie was so enthusiastic about), but uses them exclusively for personal enrichment?

In place of French people – and politicians! – I would become very suspicious …

And when I hear the versions of some Russian ‘patriot bloggers’ that the death of Christophe de Margerie – the president of the French Total oil refinery – was a “political order” – I am smiling and crying at the same time.

Smiling at how easy these kind of ‘bloggers’ accuse the external enemies in the exclusively internal disorder.

Crying at how easy millions – with the right propaganda – of course, the world where C.I.A. or US Department of State can blow a strike out of space feels much comfortable compared to the world where big people die stupidly because a driver of a snow cutter is drunk …

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