Translated from http://teh-nomad.livejournal.com/1539090.html
Americans also have fails similar to the one we had with posters on the Victory Day.
In the picture below you can see the retired U.S. Navy admiral giving a speech at the Democratic National Convention. It is accompanied by photo presentation which is supposed to demonstrate the fucking awesome power of the U.S. Navy.
But officers in the audience suspected something wrong when they noticed white flag with diagonal cross and unusual for Americans antenna. The final “shot” was the inscription on one of the ships – “Podberezovik”.
I checked on the net and found the original photo in Shutterstock where anyone can buy it.
Author – Vakhrushev Pavel.
Comments of Russian netizens
alexx2000: Some American guy (possibly of Chinese origin) simply typed the word “ships” in Google. And then printed out the very first picture. That’s it. The boy, actually, doesn’t give a shit whose ships these are. At least he didn’t put Somalian boats)))Какой то американец (может быть, китайского происхождения) набрал в гугле слово ‘Ships’. И первую же фотку, которую увидал, распечатал. Вот и всех делов. Пареньку, вообще, было глубоко пофик, чо там за корабли. Еще, хорошо, что не Сомалийские катерки)))
[Note: "Orlyonok" is the Russian brand of bicycles for children and teens]
Anubis: I think they should show this one. Battleship “Oryol” – one of the flagships of the 2nd Pacific squadron, 1905.
[Note: if you look attentively at the title - you will notice that the capital letter in the word "America" looks more similar to the Russian letter "Ж" than English "A".]