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The bear will turn into a monster

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The bear will turn into a monster



American military experts are panicking: arguing on the possible cancellation of anti-Russian sanctions, they note that after the cancellation, the Russian bear may turn into a “monster”. The Russian defense ministry will gain access to technology, and Putin will further strengthen Russia's military potential.

Patrick Tucker (Patrick Tucker) told about the fears of American military experts about the likely strengthening of the Russian army after the lifting of sanctions. "Defense One".

If Donald Trump decides to withdraw sanctions from Russia, then some key military technologies may again become available to the Russians. This is interpreted by some experts in the military field.

Since last summer, when Trump started talking about a possible US reconciliation with Russia, there are disputes over the lifting of sanctions. The reason is clear: Trump has declared his willingness to consider lifting the sanctions.

Discussion of this issue in the press led to a violent reaction of the military: some of them are seriously concerned about the likely decision of the Trump administration to relax export restrictions weapons and US technology, which "are crucial for deterring the development of Russian military forces and equipment."

During the discussion of the relevant issue, one senior representative of the Ministry of Defense, who worked in the Obama administration, and the former ambassador and one expert on Russia for the company led a number of arguments that show that lifting or easing sanctions can lead to an increase in the power of the Russian armed forces.

To understand the current state of Russian-American relations, it is reported in the publication, one should return to the spring of 2014, “to the secretive march of“ little green men ”throughout the eastern part of Ukraine.”

Russian soldiers, “hiding personalities and working together with Russian-speaking separatist groups”, “brazenly” seized land. In the following months, Barack Obama and the US State Department "introduced a series of economic sanctions against the Putin government." At the same time, the White House sought to curb Russia's military growth by changing the rules governing the sale abroad of so-called dual-use technologies.

As a senior representative of the US Department of Defense said, the export of “sensitive technologies” was restricted, and the US obtained from its allies and partners support for these restrictions in relation to Russia. This has influenced the development of Russian weapons systems of a new generation, the expert is convinced.

Removing the ban for US companies to sell weapons or technology to Russia on the appropriate black list would increase Putin’s military capabilities and make him “a much more capable adversary,” the official said.

Russia already represents genuine military power, but technologically it still lags behind the United States, it is reported later in the material. The technological gap between the countries dates back to the Cold War. Even at a time when Soviet spending on defense corresponded to similar US spending, the United States had the advantage of limiting sales and transferring key technologies. An example is a high-performance microprocessor 80486.

John Edward Herbst, who served as US ambassador to Ukraine during the presidency of George W. Bush, recalled that a decision was made aimed at preventing the Russians from receiving this microprocessor. “It was a crushing blow to them,” the ex-ambassador said. “The same is at stake here,” he believes.

Today, Herbst said, even with sanctions, Russia's military strength is estimated to be the second on the planet. The Russians have "advanced anti-aircraft missile systems, in particular, the C-400 and C-500, and very sophisticated fighters." And there is, however, while in development, the fifth generation stealth aircraft, which will compete with the F-35 "Joint Strike Fighter".

In addition, the Russian military demonstrated a "new destructive tactics using unarmed unmanned aerial vehicles" that operated against Ukrainian artillery. “Their ability to wage electronic warfare by interfering with and intercepting communication signals surprised many Western observers,” said Philip Carber, head of the Potomac Institute for Political Studies and Pentagon consultant on issues related to the Russian armed forces.

Finally, Russia has “tremendous power” in the form of tanks and armored vehicles. Lists T-90, T-72B3 and T-14 Armata. Back in 2014, Russia completed the process of reviving the 1st Guards Tank Army. In September, Russia will send this army to Belarus for mass military exercises. “If they actually implement this event and appear there in September, then you can see the tank army right on the Polish border,” Carber notes.

This is how the “bear” turns into a “monster”.

And if the now forbidden technologies gathered in the black list of the United States get to this bear itself, this will make Russia's already significant forces "even more deadly." And this, in turn, will give Putin more opportunities to “intimidate neighbors and violate international law,” the author believes.

The black list today includes electronic and computer equipment, such as advanced microprocessors and a number of technologies suitable for intercepting communications and fighting “electronic surveillance or control.” Obtaining such technologies would give green men "a clear advantage when planning hybrid war operations."

The list also includes lasers and precision sensors for bombs and missiles, as well as those computers and radar equipment that could make Russian UAVs truly lethal.

Some technologies could improve the ability of Russian intelligence agencies interested in digital data and e-mail documents. Using the latest technology, the Russians would be able to electronically strike "by Western democracies."

However, all these restrictions do not completely block access: Russians can still get the required technologies “from third parties” or even “steal” using “industrial espionage or cyber attacks”, indicates Carber. However, the ban still prevents the Kremlin from obtaining these technologies as a matter of urgency.

The lifting of economic sanctions will help Russia to acquire these materials from third parties, Herbst said.

The article further notes that the White House may cancel changes to the sanctions rules “almost unilaterally”.

If that had happened, the Russians would have extracted the technology and the first thing they would do is to bring their military equipment in line with American goals. The Iskander long-range missiles would be tuned to the Patriot. Russian electronic defense measures and countermeasures would also become more effective against American power: Russian weapons would be much harder to detect.

According to a Pentagon spokesman, a ban on the export, re-export or re-transfer of defense technologies, if such transactions can damage the national security of the United States, is a long-standing US policy. The question is that the Trump administration will now decide which technology could “harm US national security,” and which technology could not.

Mr. Herbst believes that the appointed Secretary of Defense J. Mattis is right when he says that the most dangerous threat to the United States is Russia. The Russians want to “change the order created after the end of the Cold War, now operating in Europe and Eurasia, no, they don’t say it clearly and clearly, but this is obvious ...” Their goal is to weaken NATO and weaken the EU.

Recall that in the 2014 year, the United States imposed a series of sanctions against various Russian defense and commodity companies. In the "black list" appear Uralvagonzavod, "Almaz-Antey", NPO mechanical engineering, the structure of "Rostec", including concerns "Kalashnikov" "Radio-electronic technologies", etc.

Obama's list is constantly updated. The latest sanctions imposed by 30 December 2016 of the year included the FSB, the GRU, the autonomous non-profit organization Professional Association of Informatics System Designers (Zelenograd), Special Technology Center LLC (St. Petersburg), and TsOR Security Company (Digital Weapon and protection ").

Experts believe that the introduction of additional sanctions Barack Obama tried to complicate the establishment of Russian-American relations as much as possible after the change of the White House administration. And today, as we see, US defense experts insist on maintaining anti-Russian sanctions in full scale.

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  1. Mavrikiy
    Mavrikiy 3 February 2017 05: 59
    +8
    Russia has “tremendous power” in the form of tanks and armored vehicles. Lists T-90, T-72B3 and T-14 Armata. T-62 forgot.
    In September, Russia will send this army to Belarus for mass military exercises. Yes Yes. And the Abrams themselves were thrown to the Baltic. Reminds: "Just don't throw me in a thorn bush!"
    1. Finches
      Finches 3 February 2017 07: 00
      +14
      Now the Mexican has graters with a pin ... and maybe out of the noise somewhere around Acapulco to muddle the air base ... I think the brave guys in sombrero will gladly grasp this idea, with our help, stick a feather in the ass of an American chicken ... I think , it’s enough just to start talking about it, the movement will go! And then, from the nearest NATO military airfield to St. Petersburg, for example, a stone's throw, but what are we worse? laughing
      1. larand
        larand 3 February 2017 07: 33
        +20
        Quote: Finches
        ..I think the brave guys in sombrero will gladly grasp this idea, with our help, stick a feather in the ass of an American chicken ...

        We must not think about the Amer’s ass, but that there are already more than 20 million beggars in the Russian Federation.
        1. Baursak
          Baursak 3 February 2017 08: 30
          +11
          You about Thomas, and you about Yeryoma .... You made a mistake on the site, dear!
          1. sergeybulkin
            sergeybulkin 3 February 2017 09: 57
            +7
            The United States had the advantage of restricting sales and transferring key technologies. As an example, the high-performance microprocessor 80486 is called.

            However, the computers on this processor were inundated with us! And not in one thing I have never seen at least something from the USA, everything is entirely from China, as in other things now. By the way, our processors in those days in terms of performance were no worse, another thing is that the quality was very poor. We need to buy crystal factories in China, then their sanctions are not scary for us, although they are not scary anyway. Ours have long been doing their percent "elbrus" that's just the price of computers with it is literally prohibitive, almost 200 thousand per unit. Our manufacturers take this opportunity to tear three hides from our government agencies. fellow
          2. passing
            passing 3 February 2017 13: 48
            +2
            All Russian people will welcome the Kazakh air base near Acapulco
        2. c3r
          c3r 3 February 2017 12: 32
          +9
          Let the beggars go work, otherwise they don’t want to pay for 15-20 thousand, but as you look at qualifications, there will be 5 more! Work more, less plump and gain loans!
          1. sergeybulkin
            sergeybulkin 3 February 2017 14: 11
            +5
            Let the beggars go work, and then for 15-20 thousand.

            Here it is, your slavish worldview. Yes, never, the bottom that, I will not work for the "uncle" for the "food", I'd rather die in the heating main, or in the landfill, but I will never work on a bandit.
            1. faridg7
              faridg7 3 February 2017 14: 33
              +6
              That is, for 15-20 thousand, qualification does not allow, but you must believe on the fly that you are worth all 100 thousand? Well, you don’t want to uncle, but to yourself? Or aristocratic blood does not allow desecration of the hands of work?
              1. sergeybulkin
                sergeybulkin 3 February 2017 15: 04
                +7
                aristocratic blood does not allow desecration of the hands of work?

                I worked when they paid for it, at least I did a "blizzard", but I felt for the "aristocracy", Always, only exceptionally tender feelings - shooting - there is no third way. sad
              2. Usher
                Usher 3 February 2017 17: 34
                +7
                And you, too, believe in office plankton, a master of pencil sharpener. I am amused by people who get tired at work with a normalized schedule in the heat and at the computer. Wow so hard work, hold the pen and a little bit to remember school)))
              3. Liberoid-
                Liberoid- 4 February 2017 09: 31
                +5
                Quote: faridg7
                That is, for 15-20 thousand, qualification does not allow, but you must believe on the fly that you are worth all 100 thousand? Well, you don’t want to uncle, but to yourself? Or aristocratic blood does not allow desecration of the hands of work?

                In explicitly, a Muscovite ... 15-20 is the standard s / n throughout Russia and it is still considered normal. Such arrogant liberals rule now ..
                1. faridg7
                  faridg7 4 February 2017 11: 44
                  +4
                  Well, a mistake came out, not a Muscovite (see profile, I do not hide), and not office plankton. I am a car mechanic. I work for myself with an assistant. we don’t have a stable income, it depends on how much it will come to repair the cars, but in January (the worst month), my assistant put about 40 thousand in his pocket and he receives just 40% of what we did. You will sit and whine that there is no work, you will suck a paw
                  1. Liberoid-
                    Liberoid- 4 February 2017 11: 51
                    0
                    Quote: faridg7
                    Well, a mistake came out, not a Muscovite (see profile, I do not hide), and not office plankton. I am a car mechanic. I work for myself with an assistant. we don’t have a stable income, it depends on how much it will come to repair the cars, but in January (the worst month), my assistant put about 40 thousand in his pocket and he receives just 40% of what we did. You will sit and whine that there is no work, you will suck a paw

                    I'm not talking about you, but in support of your comment ... (you just misunderstood me)
                    This is an aristocrat damn sergeybulkin... Betray without hesitation for the money ... negative
                    1. sergeybulkin
                      sergeybulkin 21 February 2017 14: 17
                      0
                      This is an aristocrat damn sergeybulkin ... Betray without hesitation for the money ...

                      Where did you get that betray? What nonsense. I mean, the people were brought to the “pen”, the salary is 15 thousand, it’s still good, in the regions everywhere and wherever at least some kind of work is (and more often than not, that is, none at all) then no more than 10 thousand. Maybe in Moscow and in St. Petersburg and receives normally office plankton.
                      Someone from the wise men here will explain to me why the cost of living is 8500 and the minimum payment there is 7500?
                2. c3r
                  c3r 9 February 2017 19: 42
                  0
                  So why do not want to work?
            2. c3r
              c3r 9 February 2017 19: 34
              0
              And who will you be? If you are guided by the heating main, then you’re probably not going to do it yourself either! Therefore, the poor!
          2. Liberoid-
            Liberoid- 4 February 2017 11: 58
            +5
            Quote: c3r
            Let the beggars go work, otherwise they don’t want to pay for 15-20 thousand, but as you look at qualifications, there will be 5 more! Work more, less plump and gain loans!

            Well, you ..... Let's see the "robot" you are ours! I now understand the 1917 revolution, they shot correctly!

            history is a spiral ...
            1. krass
              krass 4 February 2017 12: 08
              +1
              Quote: Liberoid
              Quote: c3r
              Let the beggars go work, otherwise they don’t want to pay for 15-20 thousand, but as you look at qualifications, there will be 5 more! Work more, less plump and gain loans!

              Well, you ..... Let's see the "robot" you are ours! I now understand the 1917 revolution, they shot correctly!

              history is a spiral ...


              good
              It’s hard for me to imagine what kind of “personal freedom” there may be for an unemployed person who goes hungry and does not find the use of his labor. True freedom there is only where exploitation is destroyed, where there is no oppression of some people by others, where there is no unemployment and poverty, where a person does not tremble because tomorrow he may lose his job, housing, bread.

            2. c3r
              c3r 9 February 2017 19: 40
              0
              Go to work, earn money and stop whining! And if I build another 17, I’ll personally crush the poor and miserable reptiles! Because I work a lot, I earn enough to live and support my family and count my money, not the neighbors. I advise the socialist liberals sofa!
              1. Mordvin 3
                Mordvin 3 9 February 2017 19: 50
                +2
                Quote: c3r
                Because I work a lot,

                And where, if not a secret?
              2. sergeybulkin
                sergeybulkin 21 February 2017 14: 22
                0
                Because I work a lot, that I earn enough for the life and maintenance of the family and count my money, not the neighboring ones. I also advise you the socialist liberals for couches!

                If you lucky get a job, this does not mean that also lucky everyone else. If you do not see beyond your perch, then there is nothing to sprinkle with your poison here, hard worker.
        3. Akuzenka
          Akuzenka 3 February 2017 12: 36
          +6
          More precisely .... and about the same must not be forgotten. Note that Putin does not participate in the economy, there is a star. And in foreign policy, in law enforcement agencies and the army, it takes part - the order has sharply increased.
          1. larand
            larand 3 February 2017 15: 33
            +5
            Quote: AKuzenka
            More precisely .... and about the same must not be forgotten. Note that Putin does not participate in the economy, there is a star. And in foreign policy, in law enforcement agencies and the army, it takes part - the order has sharply increased.

            And what are the successes in these areas? What, have allies of the Russian Federation increased in the international arena? Colonels of the Ministry of Internal Affairs began to take less bribes, crime decreased?
            1. sergeybulkin
              sergeybulkin 3 February 2017 15: 41
              +1
              [quote] [/ quote] Tell me honestly, frankly, when you talked to the colonels of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, I won’t say so right away, but I’m 100 sure, you are NOT right.
              1. larand
                larand 3 February 2017 19: 47
                +1
                Colonel Zakharchenko - 9 billion. How is it?
                1. andj61
                  andj61 3 February 2017 20: 46
                  +1
                  Quote: larand
                  Colonel Zakharchenko - 9 billion. How is it?

                  Hid grandmothers, who his relative from the bank, whose license was withdrawn, removed. And what does his position have to do with it? This money has nothing to do with the Ministry of Internal Affairs!
                  And the order in law enforcement agencies (pun made) and law enforcement agencies has become more. Now, even traffic cops are afraid to take bribes, and some do not take! I have already witnessed this more than once.
                  1. MaksoMelan
                    MaksoMelan 3 February 2017 22: 31
                    0
                    I saw the incident and did not have to, did not delay, did not advise how to do the right thing. Having served in the service, he participated in an illegal scheme, well, probably there were still enough of his affairs. But someone did not receive a salary or a pension.
          2. A.Lex
            A.Lex 4 February 2017 19: 14
            0
            But can he do it with a specialist? So EVERYONE sees the difference - where does he lead and where is the government?
      2. MaksoMelan
        MaksoMelan 3 February 2017 22: 28
        +1
        On the contrary, it is necessary to create a movement there to join Mexico to the United States. Mexicans also want to live in a civilized country of the United States and therefore trust in it. And then let the United States dissolve all sorts of clashes there, finance aid to new Americans and think that they all have work. Well, add oil. Type America bought everything and use nothing. Either nationalize or join the United States. Golovnikov with this they will have a mother do not worry.
      3. commbatant
        commbatant 5 February 2017 12: 45
        +1
        Now the Mexican has graters with a pin ... and, maybe, in the noise, somewhere near Acapulco muddied the air base ...


        At whose expense is the banquet, dear?
        1. Finches
          Finches 5 February 2017 20: 24
          +1
          It's sarcasm! Respected! hi
    2. Zoldat_A
      Zoldat_A 5 February 2017 13: 08
      +3
      Quote: Mavrikiy
      Russia has “tremendous power” in the form of tanks and armored vehicles. Lists T-90, T-72B3 and T-14 Armata. T-62 forgot.
      In September, Russia will send this army to Belarus for mass military exercises. Yes Yes. And the Abrams themselves were thrown to the Baltic. Reminds: "Just don't throw me in a thorn bush!"

      US - RATH !!!! Although I’m over 70, but on my left shoulder - a bared bear is stabbed out with a needle. The symbol of the unit where I came as a lieutenant and where I left as a lieutenant colonel. Let them be afraid, TV.ari ...... Banya, moderators, I’m not afraid of three warnings for the word "", which I called the creatures ........... And THEY let them be afraid of a grinning bear .... They will not bite ... They will wave their paws - the OSCE will be tortured to consider corpses
  2. 210ox
    210ox 3 February 2017 06: 02
    +8
    The bear is not a monster, but the owner of YOUR forest .. And there is nothing to poke into any dives into it.
    1. To be or not to be
      To be or not to be 3 February 2017 12: 40
      +5
      "The bear will turn into a monster"
      Russian BEAR and American GRIZZLY individuals of the same SUBSYSTEM laughing
      (Grizzly bear, or gray bear (in Latin Ursus arctos horribilis) - is a subspecies of the brown bear,) laughing
      Everything in the world is relative. One sees a good-toed good-looking Bear. The owner of his forest. Do not touch him, he will pass by.
      Another crawls into his den with a club. Long and persistent. Woke up ...Then do not blame me .....
  3. Bastinda
    Bastinda 3 February 2017 06: 37
    +4
    That is, does our military industry use Western technology that is open to all? What then do their military use?
    1. Orionvit
      Orionvit 3 February 2017 11: 31
      +9
      Their military still uses the achievements of the 80s and that huge amount of technology that flowed west in the 90s. Since then, in the West, they have not invented anything essentially new, well, except for increasing computer capacities. The article is frankly delusional. What is new in the field of weapons in the West that Russia does not have? In my opinion, it’s just the opposite, now they are furious.
      1. MaksoMelan
        MaksoMelan 3 February 2017 22: 34
        0
        Do they sell something so secret to other countries? Come on. They would just sell credit to the Baltic states and the whole country was bought. It remains somewhere to finish the Baltic states.
  4. Nitarius
    Nitarius 3 February 2017 06: 40
    +1
    so let yourself hang in a panic ...
  5. Dali
    Dali 3 February 2017 07: 13
    +6
    Russia already represents genuine military power, but technologically it still lags behind the United States, it is reported later in the material. The technological gap between the countries dates back to the Cold War. Even at a time when Soviet spending on defense corresponded to similar US spending, the United States had the advantage of limiting sales and transferring key technologies. An example is a high-performance microprocessor 80486.
    John Edward Herbst, who served as US ambassador to Ukraine during the presidency of George W. Bush, recalled that a decision was made aimed at preventing the Russians from receiving this microprocessor. “It was a crushing blow to them,” the ex-ambassador said. “The same is at stake here,” he believes.


    Reading such "reminders", such as John Edward Herbst, you are even more convinced that in the mattress ... (well, let them think that they have wassat good laughing )

    Well ... something is wrong with the mattresses when the USSR was and when the i80486 appeared ... the time difference is visible, as they say, with the naked eye laughing

    Well, there were never any problems with the purchase of the 486th prots ... and he was like a dog’s fifth leg as a military man ... they didn’t use our intel as components in products (in armaments).
    1. antivirus
      antivirus 3 February 2017 07: 45
      0
      About the terrible "Stroybaat" or anything. Secret? and the CIA got confused in des?
    2. Maximillian von Adelheid
      Maximillian von Adelheid 3 February 2017 12: 04
      +4
      Really ... memory is such a special thing ... lol
      Intel A80486DX-25 - 10.04.1989/XNUMX/XNUMX
      Intel A80486DX-33 - 07.05.1990/XNUMX/XNUMX
      Intel A80486DX-50 - 24.06.1991/XNUMX/XNUMX
      1. andj61
        andj61 3 February 2017 20: 52
        +1
        Quote: Maximillian von Adelheid
        Really ... memory is such a special thing ... lol
        Intel A80486DX-25 - 10.04.1989/XNUMX/XNUMX
        Intel A80486DX-33 - 07.05.1990/XNUMX/XNUMX
        Intel A80486DX-50 - 24.06.1991/XNUMX/XNUMX

        good They did not supply the 486th USSR! And Russia was supplied, but it was already after 1993. Before that, there were 286, and in the 93rd and 386 appeared.
        1. Dali
          Dali 3 February 2017 23: 33
          +2
          Yes, and with computer technology, the setup was when they took the IBM360 mattress system as the basis for the development of a citizen (and in universities, respectively ... mattresses just gave us this system, but would not have given it, because maybe there would have been less reason for the collapse of the USSR ...
          Because sanctions are good for Russia ...
      2. Dali
        Dali 3 February 2017 23: 19
        +1
        Quote: Maximillian von Adelheid
        Really ... memory is such a special thing ...

        And ... do not want to develop your thought further?

        I can remind you, although formally the USSR 1989-1991 still existed, practically it was already destroyed ... I would have somehow understood Mr. Herbst, if 486 appeared, well, at least in 1980 ... and verbiage and boasting ...
    3. Akuzenka
      Akuzenka 3 February 2017 12: 38
      0
      If you squeeze the water, it works out - give us ANOTHER dough for armaments.
  6. Mwg
    Mwg 3 February 2017 07: 55
    0
    Oooo, scary? But you still didn’t scare))))
  7. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 3 February 2017 08: 01
    +2
    after the cancellation of the Russian bear may even turn into a "monster"

    Yes, and you do not need another "monster". You are so obsessed with the Russian bear that the poor not only do not sleep, but also shy away from any loud sound. And you are actively helped in this (by the way from your submission) Poles, Balts, Ukrainians. Thank them for their phobias.
  8. Baursak
    Baursak 3 February 2017 08: 34
    +1
    The key word here is ex. Well, what else can they say ?! Their opinion does not mean anything.
  9. Michael
    Michael 3 February 2017 09: 15
    +4
    What kind of military technology does Russia have ?! iPhones or something that millions can not stamp? So this is more likely due to the inability to sell, the brand to unwind, and the military-industrial complex works on other principles. Especially in recent years, and even in "Caliber-Iskander" not the most worthless "processors" are wink
    1. Liberoid-
      Liberoid- 4 February 2017 09: 45
      0
      Quote: Michael
      What kind of military technology does Russia have ?! iPhones or something that millions can not stamp? So this is more likely due to the inability to sell, the brand to unwind, and the military-industrial complex works on other principles. Especially in recent years, and even in "Caliber-Iskander" not the most worthless "processors" are wink

      No need to make excuses ... The West made another stupid mistake (imposing sanctions on us and raising a howl about the Russian threat ..) I remember we not only restored the country after the terrible war, but we were the first to launch a man into space ... I’m sure that we are waiting for something like that in the future!
  10. Brigadier
    Brigadier 3 February 2017 09: 53
    +6
    They are what? Are you completely crazy?
    Seriously think that we will put their processors (with 100% pindo bookmarks in case of war) on our missiles?
    Well stupid !!! fool
    1. A.Lex
      A.Lex 4 February 2017 19: 23
      0
      They have it. Well, it’s the highest nation! She could not even think that some wild Russians could furnish them with technology ... Unhappy! They think that if we assemble cars from their components, then we have a military man sitting on their suction? DBL BLD - in a word ...
      In general, all these cries are a demand for LARGE money.
  11. Tektor
    Tektor 3 February 2017 10: 49
    +5
    What a blatant advertisement of state goods !! And their processors are high-tech, and “advanced technologies” supposedly make the “bear deadly” ... Learn how to properly sell illiquid assets!
    But then we already know what the end of "planting on a Western product" ... No, democrats, now only our processors ...
    Why do we need to commit rash acts? Why do we need the territory of the tribalt or the Poles? Now, if they die out and the living space is freed up, then you can go in ... And then again: they helped to free Syria from the barmales, so now give them energy, "otherwise they want so much that they have nowhere to sleep" .. .
  12. cheburator
    cheburator 3 February 2017 10: 52
    +3
    And does this P.idor speak of a violation of international law? It is worth recalling Vietnam, Libya, Syria, Iraq, Serbia, the Outskirts of Russia, where the old cowboys “respect this right” and generally maintain their bases around the world! am
  13. Isograph
    Isograph 3 February 2017 11: 46
    0
    The entire American dive article is a lie. When was it on our "Satan", "calibers", "Iskander" and other and other things that the United States chips and processors were soldered? This is really-morons! How can you crank this cranberry)))) only if the amers themselves need it, so that it would not be so scary to meet our Technologies))) Oh, western morons, it's good that you're morons.
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  15. g1washntwn
    g1washntwn 3 February 2017 12: 42
    +3
    In this issue, a substitution of concepts is commonplace for Americans. There have always been bans and restrictions on ready-made military and dual-use technologies. The new sanctions invented by them are aimed not so much at restricting access to their finished developments, but at slowing down work on domestic similar and advanced developments in Russia. In reality, a ready-made technology is needed only to create a countermeasure. It makes no sense to use exactly the same technology as the enemy, but to be able to neutralize it is a must, but for this purpose this technology is extracted by specialists not through procurement, but "from the whatman".
  16. jovanni
    jovanni 3 February 2017 13: 11
    0
    The Russian defense department will gain access to technology, and Putin will further strengthen Russia's military potential.

    I wonder what technology is this? That's when we will use our own, and "keep in mind" them, together with their technologies, then yes, it will strengthen ...
  17. loaln
    loaln 3 February 2017 14: 13
    +2
    Stop chattering about sanctions. This is already a slogan, even for television.
    Introduce effective sanctions against the United States. Stop exporting strategic raw materials. And develop your technology for the money that is invested in the US economy. And do not imagine yourself constantly as senile people who have forgotten what is currently being discussed in the country, having remembered only one word - SANCTIONS.
    Pay better attention to internal problems. Expand the structure of the country's economy. Associate it with government revenue. Show PEOPLE how these revenues are distributed across this structure. This is what determines the possible consumer demand and the possibilities of social direction.
    Do not chat! Do not talk. It only worries that things are unclean!
  18. Usher
    Usher 3 February 2017 17: 31
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    Such enchanting inflamed delirium. It’s just incomprehensible to the mind.
    “If they actually implement this event, appear there in September, then you can see the tank army right on the Polish border” and WHAT? See the army and okay, what's wrong with that? I do not understand at all.
  19. Bat
    Bat 3 February 2017 20: 09
    +1
    Fear, fear. ovskie.
  20. SOLO52rus
    SOLO52rus 4 February 2017 01: 21
    +1
    Well, how can one not recall the famous phrase of the Foreign Ministers Sergei Lavrov-Dibila ....
    You might think that Russia does not have its own technologies.
  21. Liberoid-
    Liberoid- 4 February 2017 09: 37
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    I don’t know who we’ll turn into, but gentlemen, we’ll take everything back (I can smell it with genes and the memory of blood ..))) .... .... As usual in my story, bloody !.
  22. sds87
    sds87 5 February 2017 13: 26
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    Quote: Isograph
    Oh, Western morons, it’s good that you are morons.

    The West has never been a moron. Do not confuse a custom article written for a Westerner with reality. But the reality is that Russia is surrounded by military bases and hostile states. And Russia is trying its best to defend itself on its territory. Well, in Syria, fussing without a clear result. Good "morons" and there are many, but Russia alone. A flock of dogs and a bear can bite.