Putin Bans Bill Gates And Microsoft From Russia

Russian President Vladimir Putin has banned Microsoft products from Russia and placed Bill Gates on a Federal Security Service watchlist.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has banned Microsoft products from Russia and placed Bill Gates on a Federal Security Service watchlist.

Citing “concerns over security and reliability,” Putin has ordered the removal of Microsoft software to begin immediately.

Government spokesman Sergei Zheleznyak explained that Microsoft had been caught carrying out “minute-by-minute surveillance” on millions of Russian citizens – as well as citizens of other countries.

The US, which presents itself as a bastion of democracy, has in fact been carrying out minute-by-minute surveillance of tens of millions of citizens of Russia and other countries.

All the main internet companies that were formed in the US are involved in this ugly story, and these companies operate on the territory of our country,said the Kremlin spokesman.

Microsoft founder Bill Gates’ place on a Federal Security Services (FSB) watchlist has also been raised for review, pending further investigation, with expecations in the Kremlin that he will join George Soros and Jacob Rothschild on the Russian Federation’s blacklist.

Supporting local industry 

Bloomberg reported that Artem Ermolaev, head of information technology for Moscow, and Russia’s Communications Minister Nikolay Nikiforov, stated that Moscow will initially replace Microsoft Exchange Server and Outlook on thousands of computers with an email system developed by the Russian company Rostelecom PJSC.

Next year, it will install software developed by New Cloud Technologies — another Russian software vendor — on millions of systems. Even Microsoft Office and Windows will be replaced with homegrown versions, Ermolaev said.

We want the money of taxpayers and state-run firms to be primarily spent on local software,” Nikiforov said, adding that starting next year, officials “will be tightening their grip” on state-run institutions that do not opt for domestic alternatives.

Microsoft did not respond to requests for comment.

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  • Guy

    This is a misleading title. It’s not banned completely, only in government offices.

    • http://denythegenocide.blogspot.co.za/2016/08/the-main-stream-medias-greatest-cover_20.html Marque

      Thanks Guy, 90% of all articles are misleading these day, and it makes sense. The old story “Believe nothing of what you hear and only half of what you see”

    • Amrik Morel

      Love it – still a move in the right direction. My wish: Russia allows free movement to Deep State / Pax Judaica operatives, then rounds them up and places them into a Stalinesque ‘gulag’. 🙂

  • Rudy Campilii

    Just looking at Bill Gates makes my skin crawl. No way I would ever leave him in a room with my children. He is the epitome of creepy.


      He likes little boys.

    • Tim Hadfield

      along with that sh*t Zuckerberg.


    How about declaring Spyware10, a terrorist org, and arresting bill gates?

  • Milly Vanilly

    Wouldn’t it be AMAZING that IF by SOME CHANCE…..Kerry & his pack of diplomatic Nitwits were Captured by Syrian forces & held hostage until Obama & our allies withdrew ALL their ILLEGAL troops from Syria. They could THEN be returned……in exchange for George Soros being handed over to the Russians (he has an arrest warrant pending).

  • gmatch

    Microsoft becomes rubbish. With W10 MS introduced the worst of malware/viruses to its community. Enough is enough.

  • Tim Hadfield

    Surprisingly short sighted for a Russian approach to O.S. The web is too big, too international, for parochialism.
    Why not develop really decent apps. for Linux, and make open source O.S. as simple, and as easy for people to use, as Windows 7, and XP?

  • Freespirit

    Good for Putin with one CAVEAT : Providing a MONOPOLY to ANY ONE company or organization is an invitation to CORRUPTION.

    I hope you have the EXCEPTION and it works for you Vlad, because any product or service from Western countries is SUSPECT, so I understand, BUT be careful about the Monopoly you are providing to Russian companies. ….They, also, are Human with Human faults

    • Isaac

      Good for Putin. No one can deny that the West just try to globalize and monopolize the whole word and destroy many countries in the process. Specially countries which are not subjected to the Rothschild’s Criminal Banking Gangsters.

  • Isaac

    That is the way to go President Putin. You are doing the right thing by kicking out and locking up the Oligarchs (Jews). Too much corruption in the Western world.

  • Mr Reynard

    If Atlanta Country Club, blackballed that piece of shit, Vladimir couldn’t do less ??

  • sonyawiley

    Hey big brother:
    You know who’s behind that, you already know for sure.

    All he is in this country now is devastation and terror, that’s why I’m a stronger force with President Putin because USARussia will have us and Russia at war and he would be solely behind.

  • charmer512

    If this is true, then I say ROCK ON!