Skip to comments.The spy who loves it: Anna Chapman makes her fashion debut in Moscow
Posted on 04/14/2011 10:33:55 PM PDT by klpt
It wasnt a typical catwalk display. But then, Anna Chapman isnt your typical catwalk model. The former Russian spy, who was unmasked working in America by the FBI last year, made a surprise appearance at Moscow Fashion Week in a fur-lined jacket and black leather trousers.
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Libtard pansies would flip lids if firearms were used like that in the U.S.
Factory air showing there.
Very poor choice of attire for concealed carry......
Gotta admit...she’s hot.
I’ll say it. Not guilty. What’s a little spying among friends.
not many women can get away with wearing skin-tight leather pants.
The state department really should have listened closer to my request to interrogate her personally. It really would have been for the good of the country.
That isn't going to fly in the USA and Europe. It seems strange that Russia is showing sunbeams of freedom while clouds roll in across the USA.
What secrets was MS Chapman spying on anyway? I think we know and they really aren't secrets. She simply reported what the liberals want us to forget.
I’m not sure she’s interested in concealing anything...
If it’s on FTV wifey will see it
If you can drag your eyes upwards, look at her face. She’s cold as ice.
Hot damn! I’d eat that bad girl like a fresh piece of bbq chicken all slathered up with sauce, maybe even let her drink my beer.
I think Garry Kasparov would strongly disagree with you.
You know Putin still runs the place, don't you?
Putin approved it all, knowing how everybody would react. There is only an illusion to freedom. The CCCP used to do it all the time.
Its the face of a Socialist state.
It seems strange that Russia is showing sunbeams of freedom while clouds roll in across the USA.
Tell you what.... go open a business in Russia that competes with a connected industry and let me know how that works out for you.
The U.S. is definitely headed in the wrong direction but we are light years ahead of Russia when it comes to freedom. Corruption and excessive government power is still alive and well over there. They have perfected crony capitalism in Russia and we are unfortunately trying to catch up with them.
Russia is a fascinating place and some of the nicest people I have met were Russians but they still have a long way to go and culturally they are struggling against centuries of absolute government power. It’s a mindset that is difficult to change quickly as we are learning in Iraq.
On that note, I’ll make like Merlin and disappear!
The Spy Who Loved Me...
I would tell where The Ark of the Covenant and Barak Obama’s Birth Certificate are.
Russia is a country built on pragmatism; it’s how it’s survived as long and how it will always be. They are realists and even during Commmunism they took better care of their scientists than artists.
I wonder if Clinton and her ever had ‘top secret strategy sessions.’
I’d hit it.... again and again.
I would hit it like the Germans hit Stalingrad. And would most likely end up the same way.
I have a homebuilding business there and it is going better than it could in North America.
People who are suffering there are careless who bought into by crooked local advisors or broken a law to become a pray for gangsters and corrupted officials.
Look how it is growing there. There are tonnes of opportunities. You just have to be smart.
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