Khasavyurt-96 as the apotheosis of betrayal of Russia

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Khasavyurt-96 as the apotheosis of betrayal of RussiaExactly twenty years ago, 31 August 1996, in Khasavyurt, was signed the most shameful contract in the newest stories of Russia

While military academies around the world study different wars, from antiquity to the present day, the history of the first Chechen war remains completely unexplored. It’s more correct to say this: it’s not that they completely ignore it, but if they study it, it is “narrowly specialized” - actions of armored vehicles in urban conditions, actions aviation in the winter in the mountains, tactics of sabotage groups, etc.



It does not make the main, main conclusion of this war. And it sounds like this - the first Chechen war has no analogues in the history of world wars, since it is unique in its essence. After all, Russia was defeated in the war, to lose that ... it was impossible under any circumstances. It could not be lost simply by definition. Just like a preschooler can’t beat a heavyweight boxer, and pike can bite a white shark half to death.

Consideration of any armed conflict traditionally begins with an assessment of the potential of the warring parties. In this case, it is also not worthwhile to deviate from the generally accepted norms. Consider the balance of forces at the beginning of the autumn of 1994, when Yeltsin and his entourage decided to restore “constitutional order” in the Chechen Republic.

But first, a little background. It sounds paradoxical, but the same Yeltsin and his entourage made a lot of efforts to ensure that the motley and armed with artisanal "borz" and hunting rifles "army" of independent Ichkeria became an army without quotes. It was Yeltsin who initiated the transfer to Dudayev of a huge amount weapons, guided by one of his well-known considerations, from which for a mile off carries a grave state crime. Especially when you consider what this has led to in the future.

Directive No. 316/1/0308 of May 28, 1992, signed by Yeltsin's protege P. Grachev, ordered the Chechen armed groups to transfer 50% of the weapons in the republic. Of course, the Chechens did not give a damn about this directive of the “foreign state” and took as many weapons as they could take: 42 tank, 48 IFVs and armored personnel carriers, 940 vehicles, 266 aircraft, 139 guns, 523 grenade launchers, 18 Grad multiple launch rocket launchers, 740 ATGMs, 88 SAMs, 46 million rounds of ammunition, more than 40 small arms, 000 thousand shells and 158 tons fuel. Dudaev’s army even acquired Luna-M tactical missiles capable of carrying a nuclear charge. This was enough to arm 1620 - 35 thousand people. That is the number of the Dudaev army called by the researchers of the first Chechen war.

In addition, since 1992, weapons from Ukraine, the Baltic states, Turkey, Georgia, Azerbaijan, and the Asian ex-republics of the USSR went to Chechnya. And to absolutely everyone - both in Moscow and Grozny - it was clear that if Ichkeria would fight with anyone, then not with Georgia or Azerbaijan, but with Russia. Despite all this, a huge amount of weapons were actually presented to Dudayev Yeltsin on a silver platter ... Is it worth saying that either a madman or a traitor could do that?

Well, in order to make Dudayev fight more comfortable, 4 trillion rubles leaked to Chechnya for fake avizovkam. It is clear that petty fraudsters could not steal so much money on their own and definitely someone covered them at the very top. What did these colossal funds go for? Certainly not for the payment of pensions and benefits to residents of the republic.

And now consider the enemy Dudayev - the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation. After the collapse of the USSR, the Russian army continued to be one of the strongest in the world. Its number reached 1,8 million people, its armament was (in combat readiness) more than 17 000 tanks and 3500 aircraft, including strategic missile-carrying bombers.

In principle, this can be finished, since without mentioning nuclear weapons to anyone it is clear that the forces of Ichkeria and Russia were simply not comparable. The superiority of the Russian army over its adversary in the 1994 year was not overwhelming, but overwhelming many times, and for all without exception indicators. The Russian army could simultaneously fight a dozen of such opponents as the army of Ichkeria, having absolute superiority in the same way. If Dudayev scrapped a hundred and fifty military personnel, then in the RF Armed Forces there were tens of thousands, and many with experience of the Afghan war.

In the Russian army, only the officer corps was several times superior to the entire army of Ichkeria. The material and human resources of Russia in general were ridiculous to compare with the extremely scarce resources of Ichkeria, which should have been enough for a month and a half of a full-fledged war. Foreign aid with money and mercenaries would only marginally extinguish the inevitable defeat of the Dudayev army, but ... the war ended in Khasavyurt with the actual signing of Russia's surrender.

World history really did not know this. So that a nuclear power with a huge and heavily armed army would capitulate to few separatists who lack aviation and heavy weapons ... This never happened and is unlikely to become possible in the future. Moreover, the ruler of the nuclear power and the Supreme Commander, for the first time in the entire thousand-year history of Russia, was forced to sit in their own Kremlin office as the Chechen delegation pointed out.

Even the Mongol khans did not behave like this with their Russian tributaries, but Yeltsin brought the country to such a collapse and utter absurdity that he, the king of yesterday's superpower, was told how and where any gangsters would sit down. If in the modern history of Russia there was a moment of the highest national humiliation, then it happened in the summer of 1996.

Even Tsushima and the Peace of Brest were not such a shame, because then the country lost the war, fighting with a more or less equal opponent. But in 1996, Russia lost the war not to another country, but to its own, tiny outlying province, whose potential could not be compared with the potential of the metropolis.

This is what should be studied in military academies. Not the wars of Hannibal, Belisarius, Napoleon, Moltke, or Suvorov, but the commanding and managerial "talents" of Tsar Boris, which led to the disgrace of Khasavyurt, unprecedented in world history. The history of the first Chechen war proved that the impossible is possible. What if you really want to, the Sun will rotate around the Earth, roses will bloom in winter, the fish will begin to live in the trees, and the preschooler will be able to force a beaten-up heavyweight boxer to retreat. Yes, even at the same time shook him all the little things out of his pockets. The main thing is to place traitors, embezzlers, pests and scoundrels with criminal inclinations in key government positions. And they will very quickly show how 25 hours can be in a day, and August will be replaced by January.

Of course, various supporters of “universal human values” will say that dear, in all respects, Boris Nikolayevich, of course, is largely to blame. But he is not the one to blame. Anyway, the time was very difficult. It is impossible to disagree with the last statement, but talks in favor of the poor are inappropriate in this case. Because the captain must always be responsible for everything. Or the president. Or king. In short, the one who called himself gruzdem. The people, by and large, do not care what Yeltsin did or did not do during the war. “Worked with documents”, played on spoons or ohazhalov a broom of “friend Ryu” in the bath. People needed one thing from him - the result. After all, the people from their own pockets and their lives paid for the Chechen adventure of Tsar Boris and had every right to demand it.

But the result for the 1996 summer of the year was depressing. More than 5500 dead Russian soldiers and officers, tens of thousands of wounded, lying in the ruins of Chechnya, to the "restoration" of which huge money flowed out of the already full of holes in the budget. How many civilians have died and how many have fled from the war is still unknown. And suddenly, instead of the long-awaited victory, Yeltsin and his entourage took and “zeroed” all these sacrifices. For a year and a half, the Russian army was bleeding on the streets of Grozny and in the mountains, huge amounts of money were spent monthly to continue the war, and it turned out that all this was ... nothing?

The victory was awarded to Ichkeria after someone played the “unexpected” assault on Grozny as if by notes, and the people of Russia found themselves once again in lowered fools. Since it was him - the people, not the oligarchs - that was actually obliged to pay reparations. After all, the status of Chechnya, the ingenious Yeltsin "strategists" offered to "freeze" for five years, during which a considerable amount of money would be transferred to the socialist republic from the Russian budget. If you call a spade a spade, then Russia actually pledged to finance the Ichkerian army, which again began to prepare for war. After all, only a fool could seriously believe that the billions transferred to Grozny would be used to pay pensions and restore the republic.

It is for such enchanting "feats" of Yeltsin and carved in marble. Moreover, the museum was opened and the huge "Yeltsin Center" was built, not regretting the budget money.

But what is interesting is that not even the slightest mention of all the above events can be found in the nine halls of the Boris Yeltsin Museum. Neither about the armament of the Dudayev army in 1991-1993, nor about false advice books, nor about the terrible New Year's storming of Grozny, nor about the bloody battles for Bamut, nor about the famous moratoriums that saved Dudaev people from the military disaster more than once, nor about the disgrace of Khasavurt.

In the museum you can see the presidential limousine ZIL, the game console Dendy and Playboy magazine, although for the sake of completeness there it would not hurt to put the burned-out armored personnel carrier of the Maikop brigade and torn fragments, burnt paintings from the Grozny Museum of Fine Arts.

The personal belongings of the dead Grozny residents and Russian soldiers would not hurt either. But no, these terrible evidences of Yeltsin's “constitutional order” guidance do not fit into the beautiful legend of the white marble Democratic president. Someone really wants the memory of the descendants of Yeltsin to remain as snow-white as his marble monument.

Without a doubt, the first president of Russia in people's memory will remain for a long time. And both Russians and Chechens will remember him. That's just remember it is not so white. With him, definitely, will be associated with completely different colors.
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  1. +16
    2 September 2016
    True. Bitter truth! The blood of the dead and mutilated soldiers and citizens, the bitter tears of their mothers lie on Yeltsin and his entourage. Yeltsin and Grachev the devil has already cleaned up, the time will come and the rest!
    1. +35
      2 September 2016
      You can lose a war if sending your soldiers to enemy territory does not set a specific and understandable goal and task for them. So it was in Afghanistan, so it was in Chechnya. To go in that direction, if they kill - we will bury, shoot in a civilian - we will plant or surrender to the enemy. For two years, they either fought, or agreed, or they sold their soldiers to the Chechens, or bought them back. As a result, the conflict between the federal authorities and criminals grew into a purely interethnic format, the mass partisan movement without any prospect of ending.
      You can lose the war, if not only foreign, but also Russian media together with human rights defenders will spit in the backs of their soldiers if staff rats transmit military maps and home addresses of the best snipers to the enemy.
      You can lose the war if warrant officers, they are chests, they will also steal pieces from their army and sell MANPADS to the enemy.
      You can lose the war when the military commissariats do not call into their ranks not only majors, but also the most physically strong guys who went to work in gangs. Or when entire republics such as Tatarstan refuse to replenish the army with conscripts.
      And they made Swan extreme. He broke off the bloody spectacle with our media. In vain spent on popcorn.
      1. +6
        2 September 2016
        You can lose the war when the military commissariats do not call into their ranks not only majors, but also the most physically strong guys who went to work in gangs. Or when entire republics such as Tatarstan refuse to replenish the army with conscripts.


        So they did the right thing in Tatarstan, there is nothing for any conscripts in the war to do! A soldier must be sent to the war no sooner than after 2 years of service and various preparations, otherwise it is a crime against him and his family! The exception is when the country is under the threat of occupation and the question is about the survival of the nation, as during the Second World War.
  2. +10
    2 September 2016
    When the Army (as well as the people of the Country) does not understand in the name of what (and whom) it is fighting in Chechnya, then there is no need to consider tanks, aircraft and the number of l / s. The people of the country, in large numbers, were then against that war. In such conditions, it had to be completed.
    The fact that they finished it, just to finish it, speaks of the extremely low level of the military-political leadership of Russia at that time. Remember the same Berezovsky (at one time - Deputy Secretary of the Security Council of Russia). What was it? How about "Tsar" Boris the drunkard himself? Lebed was eager for power and went ahead to this goal ... but Chubais and his company dismissed him. Panopticon. And how to fight with such a leadership?
  3. +14
    2 September 2016
    Yeltsin and his entourage are to blame for this shame of Russia. He did not set centers, but in textbooks write about a traitor to the interests of the country as a warning to posterity.
    1. +7
      2 September 2016
      Nice man! Duck, we are "ignoramuses", and so for 16 years we have only been talking about it ...
      And your suggestions, even very fair, need to be directed to our "next tsar", who still "bows with his forehead" to his benefactor-drunkard, palaces of marble and granite are at war in his honor!
      I cannot understand one thing - how can it be so vile to neglect the opinions of tens of millions of their fellow citizens in order to build this fucking Elzin Center, a memorial to Judas, the murderer and the traitor?
    2. +3
      3 September 2016
      Right. And I am absolutely not satisfied with the explanations of the EBN defenders, who broadcast that this, they say, is the first president of Russia, they say, you can’t erase him from history, which means you need to remember and honor him. These people only either forget or intentionally pretend that they do not understand that the history of Russia did not begin in 1991, that tsarist, Soviet and present Russia are only forms of existence of the same state - Russia. And Yeltsin is by no means the first person to lead Russia. And the tenth thing as it was called: the king, emperor, general (first) secretary or president. And if you have already ransacked a monument center to a leader who does not deserve this, then you need to “exhibit” in this center the whole truth about the time of the management of EBN. I understand that Putin keeps the word given to Yeltsin that while he is “in power”, there will be no persecution of the “family” and denigration of Yeltsin himself at the state level. I would like to believe that when Putin transfers power to his successor, the center will become just a true museum about the time of Yeltsin’s rule.
  4. +6
    2 September 2016
    You won’t throw words out of a song, briefly and succinctly, while those who survive the 90th Borya cannot survive, they are alive.
    1. 0
      October 2 2016
      Unfortunately or not, but we are eternal. And soon someone whitewash, and someone whitewash. It is necessary, no one will be interested.
  5. +21
    2 September 2016
    A year and a half, the Russian army was shed blood on the streets of Grozny and in the mountains, huge amounts of money were spent every month to continue the war, and it turned out that all this ... in vain?

    Not in vain. Dudayev himself could appear only as a continuation of the policy of that time. Someone had to urgently plunder the country on the sly. And only a sluggish incomprehensible war can arrange a suitable noise. Yeltsin, Berezovsky? I'm not sure if these are just small bipods on the surface, working "for a small fraction." Why, after this war, was not an assessment of the activities of the then leadership given by name? Would there be too many surnames that are unusual for hearing? Whom did Dudayev call before his destruction in Moscow? The questions remained unanswered.
    And the fact that then they tried to trample our army into the mud is a fact. The most combat-ready units were disbanded, there were constant articles in the press like "the feds started ....", etc. And only a cry from the heart of Kostikov from AMF about the topic "guys, who will you yourself?" acted somehow sobering. With the Khasavyurt agreement, we were simply betrayed at the moment when victory was already on the horizon. And this was done under the plausible pretext of humanity and the preservation of the lives of our soldiers. And this is after so many sacrifices.
    It’s disgusting to recall the whole period. And after all this, they are trying to instill in me love for EBN. Guys, I'm already an adult boy and I have a head on my shoulders. And this head is not just to have it.
    1. +6
      2 September 2016
      The most combat-ready units disbanded

      Everything was formed in their place and new ones were formed, newly arrived soldiers in such units were simply enlisted in a staff without asking for specialty and skills, after which a brigade or regiment went to Chechnya in our division of all radio operators, I was the only one who had such a specialty a platoon commander at the same time the chief of communications is a two-year-old after the agricultural institute, a generally sensible officer, but the first day of his acquaintance began with the fact that he had to be taught how to turn on and tune the radio station.
      1. +3
        2 September 2016
        I remember the episode that happened to happen on TV probably where a young soldier is trying to deal with Kalash, at first he couldn’t insert a store, then he moved it with the fire translator back and forth. In general, the impression was that he had never been allowed to shoot before being sent to the database area.
        1. 0
          2 September 2016
          Dimy4
          Not a fact, there was sea dirt, the machine could just be clogged.
          1. +4
            2 September 2016
            Fact, I can take off a couple of hours of video, about February, the city is almost cleaned up. The soldiers themselves, the young guys tell everything and how they fought and in general. No training, nothing. Just garbage loomed a couple of months in their units, no firing, nothing, and then at the training camp, they literally understood where they were when they opened the tarpaulin of the Urals and immediately drove to the position. The Chechens, I don’t know whether everything, of course, is not everything to regret, but still, so when they saw a fawn with earflaps in the sight, they turned their backs on, but those who were in headscarves or black knitted hats did not have mercy, they are usually for contractors or volunteers kept. Of course there were not badly trained conscripts, but when you look at the footage of that war .., guys who might not have kissed a girl, what kind of a person came up with to send them to the war. In my opinion, conscripts were the same victims as civilians, because they were not only driven into positions, they were sold by their own officers, so that later they could share the ransom set by the state with the militants and what they managed to get from the parents.
            1. +2
              3 September 2016
              What kind of passion are you telling, I was the first conscript, not only did you have to go through the selection and the family should be complete, plus by itself desire, we had it, BB
    2. +8
      2 September 2016
      Who did Dudaev call before his destruction in Moscow? Questions remained unanswered.

      At the time of the launch of the rocket with SU-25, Dudaev spoke with Konstantin Borov. That's what the question is much more interesting ...
    3. +6
      2 September 2016
      I am a simple soldier, or rather a junior sergeant of the Airborne Forces. I live in the region where Swan was the governor. I believe that A.I. Lebed is the only one who showed courage (from the country's leadership and politicians), taking responsibility for making this world. As a result, we received combat forces and the population of the Chechen Republic with whom we could come to an agreement. If there weren’t this pause , we would get the Caucasus of the 19th century.
      The words "shed blood in vain for a year and a half" could turn into "30 years shed blood in vain
  6. +13
    2 September 2016
    I remember well this time of the reign of the E.B.A.And the entrance and assault on the city on the night was remembered for the rest of my life. And I also remembered after returning that the faces of the people in the city where our compound was stationed. It was not before the war and deaths, to survive and to feed families - that’s the most important thing during the period of absolute collapse and reduction and non-payment at enterprises. So I can’t remember a good word ebna. And I don’t accept his name center.
    1. +5
      2 September 2016
      We did not lose, we lost politicians., Businessmen won.

      And the people ... The people shied away from us as from lepers.
      1. +1
        2 September 2016
        And who remembers kits for defenders of the fatherland from EBN for the elections in 96? Most valuable cigarettes and tea "vigor"
  7. +4
    2 September 2016
    Unfortunately, after all the mess created by Gorbachev and Yeltsin during the collapse of the USSR, when conflicts flared up on the periphery, which on the wave of "perestroika-democracy" did not even try to resolve by force, young Russia needed the war in Chechnya.

    If it did not happen, there would be no reason to think that now there are no fraternal peoples (in the Soviet understanding of the issue). Now there are boundaries and every man for himself. And the Russian "boob" must be protected in order to "deserve". By the way, some "fraternal peoples" still do not understand this.

    How this war took place and how the boys' lives were sold "by weight" is another question. But they deserve the monument much more than the "guarantor".

    Tell me, knowing people, is there a monument to these guys in Russia (real - whole)? Maybe it's time to set?
  8. +7
    2 September 2016
    To whom is the war, and to whom is the mother dear ... I cut the finances under the guise of financing, bringing the army to a level below the baseboard. In the cemeteries of the region where my city is located, the number of deaths in Chechnya and Dagestan from 1994 to 2001 is about twice the number of deaths in Afghanistan over the same time.
  9. +9
    2 September 2016
    The heirs and associates of Yeltsinoid, as well as his followers, are still at the helm of power. So, we can expect a repeat of the Chechen surrender, but already on other battlefields. No matter how good the army is, no matter how selflessly the soldiers fight, if power strikes in the back, then it turns out to be fatal.
    This must be known very well.
    And by the way, who initiated the opening of the Yeltsin Center? ..
  10. +4
    2 September 2016
    Quote: from article
    starting in 1992, weapons went to Chechnya ... And it was clear to absolutely everyone — both in Moscow and Grozny — that if Ichkeria fights with anyone, it’s not with Georgia or Azerbaijan, but with Russia.

    It was with Georgia that Ichkeria fought in 1992-1993. on the territory of Abkhazia, and on its own initiative, breaking the Yeltsin-Shevardnadze "agreement". The article, alas, does not contain the whole truth, and "not the whole truth", as you know, is the best lie. negative
    1. +5
      2 September 2016
      And even before that, in 1991, the Chechens under the command of Basayev, then in the rank of major, some obscure Cossacks and Abkhazians fought with Georgia in Abkhazia. That is, the nightmares had already begun. Who intersekno look for materials on the war in Abkhazia.
  11. +7
    2 September 2016
    Read the book by A. Lebed "It's a shame for the state!" And a lot will become clear to you. By signing this treaty, the general saved the army and soldiers from unnecessary sacrifices to please the mediocre command and the puppet government. Is it a shame ?!
    1. +2
      2 September 2016
      And those who scatter accusations towards Lebed hardly understand this. What morally, the war was lost, as it was fought against everyone, including the civilian population. The Islamists took advantage of this later, and the murder of Dudaev was a mistake, the combat, the Soviet general of the USSR Air Force, who, like the strategists, crushed the Taliban, married to the Russian, was not an enemy of the Russian people and was a bone in the throat of the Islamists. It would be better if they agreed with him, and not with Kadyrov, since he certainly would not have made a wedding with hundreds of Royls-Royces cabrios for budget money, he does not have others.
  12. +3
    2 September 2016
    Quote: MATROSKIN-53
    Read the book by A. Lebed "It's a shame for the state!"

    It is a shame for his power !? And his statement that for him there is no land beyond the Urals - how to understand?

    The signing of the Khasavyurt agreements gave a start to the collapse of Russia!
    1. 0
      2 September 2016
      That is, now Russia has collapsed?
      1. +3
        3 September 2016
        It could have collapsed, but we were lucky to replace EBNu came another Man. But that's another story.
    2. +2
      2 September 2016
      When the cry "There is no land for us beyond the Volga." How shoud I understand this?
    3. 0
      3 September 2016
      [/ quote] And his statement that there is no land beyond the Urals for him - how to understand? [quote]
      something like this - there’s no where to retreat from your land, then the threat like Chechnya to Russia was not the worst
  13. +13
    2 September 2016
    I liked the article mostly, but there are a number of inaccuracies. The author writes that we have 1.8 million hp left from the army of the Soviet Union. a huge amount of weapons ... I do not remember who said of the greats said such a phrase; ".. only that firmly where the foot of the infantryman stepped ..". So we practically did not have deployed (for those who did not serve, these are units and formations staffed at least 70%) and trained motorized rifle formations and units. Yes, we had a huge number of cropped and reduced units, where there were mainly officers, soldiers had to be called up from the reserve. And taking into account the fact that in peacetime in stock we had; military builders, military railway workers, military road construction, civil defense troops and other troops, then it is not worth talking about a trained reserve. I fought in Afghanistan and I remember well how officers from reduced-strength units came and at first they simply did not know how to organize a battle and what to do with the personnel. Everything was given by blood. The system of construction of the USSR Armed Forces in the post-war period (41-45) was not effective. We walked along the path, the main headquarters, and the women give birth to soldiers. Regarding Yeltsin and his entourage, the author is right, only one had to recall the "merits" in this of General Secretary Gorbachev, member of Shevardnadze's Politburo, responsible for the ideology of Yakovlev and other leaders of the CPSU. And basically I agree with the author's article.
  14. +13
    2 September 2016
    He worked just at that time as an electrician in the housing and communal services and went by type of work and by objects and apartments. And everywhere, with anyone talking about this topic, there was a huge misunderstanding of how the bandits could, I'm sorry, to bend a state like Russia. The answer, as it turned out, was very simple - then the main bandits were sitting in the Kremlin.
  15. +12
    2 September 2016
    in Khasavyurt, the most shameful treaty in the recent history of Russia was signed

    I will only briefly recall the details:
    Berezovsky to Lebed: "... what business have you ruined!" For birch, it was a business - earning capital by "ransom" of prisoners and much more, which is still silent.
    Dudayev to reporters: "... tell EBN that I read his documents before he signs them." Who is this traitor and what is the well-deserved punishment he suffered, or was it quietly pushed first "for CIS affairs", then even further? What about the punishment?
    Akhmat Kadyrov, on a talk show with Solovyov, a month before his death, angrily accused the Kremlin of supporting the massacre in Chechnya. From the audience began to shout: "... name the names!". When Kadyrov began to say something angrily, the sound was removed and an advertisement went. A month later he was gone. Whose business was Chechnya?
    In the film of Russian documentary filmmakers, the nephew of the late Sheikh, Ahmad Shah Masoud, asked the Soviet journalist who helped the Mujahideen: the leaders of the Union republics, in Moscow, Shevarnadze, and Afghanistan, the deputy air base in Bagram Dudaev. He also mentioned a number of names.
    One of the versions is why Dudaev became president of Chechnya: some lumps from the Central Committee and the KGB established the traffic of weapons and drugs from Afghanistan through Tashkent-Moscow-Chechnya by planes around the world. When the Chechen side got rid of two intermediate links, the first Chechen side began. Is this ISIS, Libya, Syria does not remind you?
    The article is timely. Here are just the actions, where the actions are deserved.
  16. +9
    2 September 2016
    This is not a shame, but a tragedy that the Anglo-Saxons have arranged for us, through its agents, into which I hope Lebed did not enter ...
    "..." Over the past ten years, the policy towards the USSR and its allies has convincingly proved the correctness of the course we have taken to eliminate one of the strongest powers in the world, as well as the strongest military bloc. Using the mistakes of Soviet diplomacy, the extreme arrogance of Gorbachev and his entourage, including and those who openly took a pro-American position, we have achieved what President Truman was going to do with the Soviet Union by means of an atomic bomb, though with one significant difference we got a raw materials appendage, a state not destroyed by an atom that would not be easy to create. Yes, we spent many billions of dollars on this, but they are already close to what the Russians call self-sufficiency. For four years, we and our allies received various strategic raw materials worth $ 15 billion, hundreds of tons of gold, precious stones, etc. During the years of the so-called perestroika in the USSR, many of our military and businessmen did not believe in the success of the upcoming operation, and in vain. Having shaken the ideological foundations of the USSR, we were able to bloodlessly withdraw from the war for world domination the state that is the main competitor to America ... If we solve these problems, then in the next decade we will have to solve the following problems: dismemberment of Russia into small states through interregional wars such as those organized in Yugoslavia; the final collapse of the military-industrial complex of Russia and the army; the establishment of regimes in the republics detached from Russia that we need. Yes, we allowed Russia to be a power, but only one country will be an empire - the USA ”(October 25, 1995).
    BILL CLINTON, 42nd President of the United States (1993-2001) "

    The Khasavyurt treaty provided for the EXIT of Chechnya from Russia, for which a three-year term was given. Literally two months before the implementation of this release, and in fact, Russia has collapsed according to the Yugoslav variant into various digestible, independent trifles, to the delight of the Clintons, Soros and other Liebermen and Liebermans, there appeared ... Putin, whom Yeltsin "immediately and very much" wanted hand over your chair and ... the second Chechen war began for Chechnya, For Russia, for you and me, for the fact that we would live in our native country. For some reason, the author missed this very important moment, and this moment is the phenomenon of Putin in a fateful historical moment for Russia.
    Since then, Putin, in the face of ever-increasing opposition from the trap, has been pulling us out of the swamp of soft, sucking occupation, which many do not notice. But the plans voiced by Clinton have not changed. Clinton will soon steer the United States again with Clintonih, and this means a pack of bankers will tear Russia to pieces with renewed vigor. But ... Russia has Putin.
    Who else doesn’t like Vladimir Vladimirovich ..?
    1. +7
      2 September 2016
      Yes, what else are there Anglo-Saxons, stop the game bear !!! Alas, these are our native compatriots united in several clans, led not by a foreign underground, but by their own selfish interests. And, alas, their interests began to appear far from the 90s, but much earlier. Unfortunately, for the most part their plans were a success. And we have what we have. And the Anglo-Saxons, by the way watching from the side of what was happening, quietly went nuts and simply did not believe their happiness!
      1. +2
        2 September 2016
        The desire of our party nomenclature was very simple, to live unlike the rest of the population was no longer interesting and relevant, I wanted to own and rule, just like your Anglo-Saxons. It was just necessary to crush and divide everything. And war is the first thing in this process. And EBN was just like Petrushka. Wherever they pull, he will turn there. But Birch was really smart man. In those days, he first began to build gray and other schemes for all this gang. Yes, and not one he was so smart. And how many of them are left, which we will never even know about. In order to pull the country apart in 10 years, a whole system of interconnected and not very different clans, groups, families is required. We know about some, but not about others. Yes, and the redistribution went on and on and on.
      2. +1
        2 September 2016
        Yes, yes, that's why the "grandmother" in the landon and strangled himself, right? And to live and live still, but apparently not too really smart how you sentenced him, "abrasha" is out in chocolate, a hike smarter than "grandmother" with "khodor" was!
  17. +5
    2 September 2016
    So, in the morning, into the little healed holes with your finger ...
    Together we curse Alkash, amicably FOR Neshnoy, only here is the shackle-sanctified temple of the bastard Himself in Sverdlovsk ... And nicho, we all love our homeland, and support the course. Somehow everything was curled up in a ball - you will not unwind, you will break your brain. Chess, they are ... not everyone is given.
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  19. +2
    2 September 2016
    Yes, the Eltsin is not even worthy of such a close discussion! To forget, and to erase from memory as something plague for the country, and the Eltsin would be undermined!
  20. +5
    2 September 2016
    In general, I was shocked when I saw the opening of this Center, and even the participation in this of the first persons of the state. You know, I even started to wonder if everything is so simple in the Danish kingdom? ...
  21. +7
    2 September 2016
    I do not like the article, and a normal person cannot like the mention of the betrayal and humiliation of his Motherland. But the site does not mention "For" or "Against", there is only "Like" ...
    But in essence the article: not monuments to Yeltsin should be erected, but to recognize that his camarilla was engaged in the genocide of the population, the mass destruction of the army. And for involvement in his ideas and other "universal values" to condemn by a military tribunal, so that 25 years of hard labor would seem a mild sentence.
    Karabakh, Chechnya, Ossetia, Tajikistan, Yugoslavia - an incomplete list of places where we lost the guys, and all of them, in fact, betrayed by the liberals who were seated in the government. There is still the opportunity to ask them personally, until they die calmly in their beds.
    1. +2
      2 September 2016
      pilot8878 Today, 15:06 PM New
      I do not like the article, and a normal person cannot like the mention of the betrayal and humiliation of his Motherland. But the site does not mention "For" or "Against", there is only "Like" ...

      Great reminiscent of ballot papers. Against it is impossible, either for or be silent.
  22. +2
    2 September 2016
    Quote: "... Not the wars of Hannibal, Belisarius, Napoleon, Moltke or Suvorov, but the military leadership and managerial" talents "of Tsar Boris, which led to the shame of Khasavyurt unprecedented in world history ..." One does not interfere with the other. Hannibal's example is very indicative: how a person, being one step away from victory over Rome (Hannibal ante portas - "Hannibal at the gates"), can lose everything when he is "thrown" by the ruling elite, without help. It ended very badly for Carthage as a whole.
  23. +1
    2 September 2016
    Quote: Iline
    The Khasavyurt treaty simply betrayed us at a time when victory was already on the horizon.

    Excuse me, what does the word Victory mean? Kill all those who disagree, restore order?
    So in the end we won or lost? Yes, maybe now they don’t shoot in Chechnya every day, but by whose laws does she live and how much money goes there? So, roughly compare how much they paid in 1992 and now
  24. +2
    2 September 2016
    Quote: guzik007
    the bastard consecrated by Himself in Sverdlovsk

    As for Himself ... Here, like Medvedev sanctified. Everything else is on the case. However, some legacy of the EBN is still ongoing, in particular, the financial rate.
    By the way, the dissenters doused the statue of a drunkard with ink. And the statue itself embodies the principle "I drank in the morning, the whole day is free."
    Now there is round-the-clock security and cameras.
    In general, nothing will improve for the better until a patriot comes to power. But the government does not like patriots, pushes them under any pretext
  25. +3
    2 September 2016
    Quote: cedar
    Who else doesn’t like Vladimir Vladimirovich ..?

    With all due respect to you and Vladimir Vladimirovich, Gorbachev and Yeltsin also started for their health, and the actor Kryuchkov, like from the rostrum of the Congress of People's Deputies, foaming at his mouth, broadcast that "horses do not change at the crossing."
    Putin has fulfilled his role in saving Russia, now we need to move on, otherwise our own officials and oligarchs will eat us up. The Finance Minister quite calmly declares that in a year he will have nothing to pay the salaries of state employees. We need a minister who can only spend money from stocks and earn can not?
  26. +1
    3 September 2016
    The people of the campaign must create a national museum, as an alternative to the EBN museum. In which it will be said about figures like Gorbachev, Yeltsin, well, and all sorts of others like them.
    What would the next generations remember and know the "heroes".
  27. 0
    3 September 2016
    Quote: kib72
    When the cry "There is no land for us beyond the Volga." How shoud I understand this?

    Not beyond the Volga, but beyond the Urals. For Swan, who was sitting there and imagining himself already the lord of the Siberian Republic, there was no land beyond the Urals. He cut off a piece of himself from Russia, and laid it on the rest big and thick ... These words were uttered by him on TV throughout the country - he heard personally.
    I tried to find a video of this meeting on YouTube - it’s not, but it used to be, it’s a pity I didn’t drop it into the archive ...
  28. +2
    3 September 2016
    Slavyn,
    SlavynBut you can't speak for everyone, can you? And read carefully what I wrote, they were not badly prepared physically and in another way. But you must admit that even after half a year of good preparation, young men of 18-20 years old do not become full-fledged fighters, since you cannot meet this time. I have both relatives and friends, and on both sides there were and everything happened there. But you are talking about passion and selection .., and I can fill you up with just an archive of photos and videos where you will see frightened, dirty, rosy-cheeked boys, a lot of them. Yes, there is a 2-hour walking video from February, 2 months after the start of the assault, on a yu-tube. There, the guys say everything, the whole point, without fear of anything, as it is. I can drop the link. I cannot even write such words that could describe all the injustice and cruelty towards them and their mothers. And I don’t need to talk about "boys should become men", yes, they should, but not on the wrong war in their country! Not this way! They should erect a monument, they still became men, posthumously.

    Chechnya, formidable after the assault. just listen, it should just be interesting to you.

  29. AUL
    +4
    3 September 2016
    The main thing is to place traitors, embezzlers, pests and scoundrels with criminal inclinations at key government posts. And they will very quickly show how it can be 25 hours in a day, and August will replace January.

    Khasavyurt is our national disgrace, which began in 1994 and continues to this day, despite the change of leadership. But the shame is not the people who survived this war. Shame is not the soldiers who laid their heads because of the mediocrity and betrayal of command. This is the shame of the leadership of the country, the shame of the corrupt elite who enriched themselves in this war!
  30. +2
    3 September 2016
    Yeltsin Grachev and Berezovsky needed to be shot instead of monuments ... eh Putin Putin .. there wasn’t enough political will .. but the swan .. he later admitted his mistake and God himself judged him
  31. +7
    3 September 2016
    The devils fry Boriska in hell, he ruined so many guys, you bastard, he is not a monument, but a cesspool, the drunk is self-taught. The 81st Samara Guards MRP then got hard, Eternal memory to the guys, them, the Maikop brigade, and all the guys who carried their cross. All creatures who made money on the blood of our guys, the fate of the "Judas" BAB sooner or later awaits!
  32. 0
    4 September 2016
    Quote: kib72
    I am a simple soldier, or rather a junior sergeant of the Airborne Forces. I live in the region where Swan was the governor. I believe that A.I. Lebed is the only one who showed courage (from the country's leadership and politicians), taking responsibility for making this world. As a result, we received combat forces and the population of the Chechen Republic with whom we could come to an agreement. If there weren’t this pause , we would get the Caucasus of the 19th century.
    The words "shed blood in vain for a year and a half" could turn into "30 years shed blood in vain

    Traitor, he is garbage. Traded Honor for the grandmother ...
  33. Mwg
    +1
    4 September 2016
    Three times I rewrote the comment, except for non-normative nothing happens.
    We must all remember this war and tell the children about it. When earning by any means is the goal of management, when "business" is "driving" uncontrollably, the citizens of this country die in the slaughter.
    Thank God, Russia was ill with this and, God forbid, never return to this.
    But Ukraine I wish you a quick recovery.
  34. VB
    +1
    4 September 2016
    In general, commentators, you remember who is the successor to Yeltsin, and he is still in power. NOTHING will change until these are swept away. The rest is in favor of the poor.
  35. VB
    0
    4 September 2016
    Read most of the comments- there is no urine causing an emetic feeling. What are you all on the drunk Yeltsin bring down? This was imposed on Russia by its intelligentsia from the word cart. This constantly claims to the ultimate truth in Russia, knowing full well that they will neither have to answer for their words nor die on the battlefield. A soldier who has taken the oath is required to fulfill it. The principle of unity of command in the army has not been canceled and will never be canceled. The first time I hear that there was no call from Tatarstan to Chechnya. The army is obliged to protect the homeland, and destroy the enemies. Officers receive a salary all the time in order to protect their homeland at the right time and, if necessary, to give their lives. Personally, I was raised this way, and not only me. Hereditary officer.
  36. VB
    0
    4 September 2016
    [quote = VB] Read most comments- there is no urine, cause an emetic feeling. What are you all on the drunk Yeltsin bring down? This was imposed on Russia by its intelligentsia from the word cart. This constantly claims to the ultimate truth in Russia, knowing full well that they will neither have to answer for their words nor die on the battlefield. A soldier who has taken the oath is required to fulfill it. The principle of unity of command in the army has not been canceled and will never be canceled. The first time I hear that there was no call from Tatarstan to Chechnya. The army is obliged to protect the homeland, and destroy the enemies. Officers receive a salary all the time in order to protect their homeland at the right time and, if necessary, to give their lives. Personally, I was raised this way, and not only me. Hereditary officer.
  37. +1
    4 September 2016
    I don’t know where the author was in those days. Maybe I went to kindergarten? :) Otherwise, he could have remembered that from the entire Russian army they could hardly have recruited a hundred thousandth group of troops for war. That no one wanted to fight. That society as a whole considered the war wrong and unrighteous.
    As for the agreement itself, it was a post factum. After the storming of Grozny by the militants, which for some reason was a success. How could such an operation have been successful with the overwhelming superiority of the Russian Army?
    Quote: Mahmut
    You can lose the war if sending your soldiers to the territory of the enemy does not set a specific and understandable goal and task for them. So it was in Afghanistan, so it was in Chechnya. To go in that direction, if they kill - we will bury, shoot in a civilian - we will plant or surrender to the enemy. For two years, they either fought, or agreed, or sold their soldiers to Chechens, or bought them back.

    Yes, that’s all. So it was, alas.
  38. DHA
    0
    4 September 2016
    no need to blur the eyes of the first Chechen one, Russia still pays indemnity, and the winners throughout "mother" are doing lawlessness
  39. 0
    5 September 2016
    Quote: Boris55
    Quote: kib72
    When the cry "There is no land for us beyond the Volga." How shoud I understand this?

    Not beyond the Volga, but beyond the Urals. For Swan, who was sitting there and imagining himself already the lord of the Siberian Republic, there was no land beyond the Urals. He cut off a piece of himself from Russia, and laid it on the rest big and thick ... These words were uttered by him on TV throughout the country - he heard personally.
    I tried to find a video of this meeting on YouTube - it’s not, but it used to be, it’s a pity I didn’t drop it into the archive ...

    Regarding the Siberian Republic, you got excited. Under Lebed, all the lucrative campaigns of our region returned from the hands of local oligarchs to Muscovites. Which Republic is without production, i.e. without money.
  40. 0
    5 September 2016
    That's right, but the author went too far. militarily, it’s hard to call a war (Chechnya is a subject of the Russian Federation, that is, part of the Russian people), the top leaders in the Kremlin were in full contact with the elite of Ichkeria ... illiterate tasks for the personnel, without an ultimate goal, inadequate use of forces and means, all this led to a dead end .... the Russian army was always able to fight, even in critical times, but it was not a war in its classical sense .... in theory, Ichkeria could simply be razed to the ground from the air, but these are our citizens and so on ....
  41. 0
    8 September 2016
    Quote: pilot8878
    a normal person cannot like the mention of the betrayal and humiliation of his homeland

    There is little pleasant in this, of course.
    But remembering such things is necessary. At least not to repeat.
    And the medicine is sometimes bitter. This is only scary for small children.
    Therefore, the article is necessary and useful.

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