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Dzhemilev said that Russia "will give Crimea itself"

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A couple of weeks after the recognition by Mr. Dzhemilev of the fact that Ukraine is not in a position to regain the Crimea by military means, he decided to justify himself somewhat before the Ukrainian radicals. The thing is that the statement of Dzhemilev about the actual military helplessness of Ukraine caused a flurry of criticism from those who still believe that the Ukrainian army is "one of the most combat-ready armies in Europe."

Dzhemilev said that Russia "will give Crimea itself"


This time, Dzhemilev announced that Russia "would give Crimea itself." Such a statement was made by one of the representatives of the so-called “Majlis”, he was a deputy of the Ukrainian Parliament, for the Ukrainian edition of “Apostrof”. From an interview with a man who at one time became one of the organizers of terrorist acts in the Kherson region, when, as a result of an explosion, there were hundreds of thousands of citizens of both Russia and Ukraine without power supply:
Russia is very expensive. Every day, sanctions are dealt such a blow to the Russian economy that if everything continues like this, and we hope that they (the sanctions) will be strengthened, then the collapse of Russia is not far off. Russia itself will be forced to abandon the Crimea.


At the same time, Dzhemilev did not tell “Apostrophe” about the future of Ukraine itself, against which neither the EU nor the United States introduced sanctions, but whose economy fell to the mid-90-ies with the number of people living below the poverty line exceeding 36%. Dzhemilev doesn’t give predictions about where he himself will be when pragmatic politicians come to power in Ukraine, and not bawlers, criminals and sectarians.
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  1. Incvizitor
    Incvizitor 6 February 2017 15: 20
    +21
    So far, only the "most powerful army in Europe" itself has given up Crimea, now the topic is closed.
    1. 210ox
      210ox 6 February 2017 15: 28
      +3
      Is Dzhemilev sure that he will become president of Russia ... sanitation, urgently to the ward number 6
      Quote: Incvizitor
      So far, only the "most powerful army in Europe" itself has given up Crimea, now the topic is closed.
      1. Tatyana
        Tatyana 6 February 2017 15: 40
        +6
        210ox
        Is Dzhemilev sure that he will become the president of Russia ...

        Yes, the Lord is with you! Dzhemilev only dreams of a house-villa with a swimming pool, a garden, vineyards, a servant and a guard somewhere in Miami, but he can’t save money from the owners for this in any way! American and Turkish owners do not let go!
        1. 210ox
          210ox 6 February 2017 15: 42
          +5
          On the head a sick dwarf is unable to think .. Moreover, in Miami no one needs him.
          Quote: Tatiana
          210ox
          Is Dzhemilev sure that he will become the president of Russia ...
          Yes, the Lord is with you! Dzhemilev dreams of a house-villa with a swimming pool, a garden, vineyards, a servant and a guard somewhere in Miami, but he can’t save money from the owners for this in any way! The American and Turkish owners do not let go!
          1. Tatyana
            Tatyana 6 February 2017 15: 52
            +3
            210ox
            On the head, a sick dwarf (Dzhemilev) is unable to think.

            Ha! Exactly! I also call such Dzhemilevs DISABLEDS on the head!
            1. sdc_alex
              sdc_alex 6 February 2017 17: 58
              0
              And he can carry it away if we give it back ???
        2. Barakuda
          Barakuda 6 February 2017 19: 54
          +4
          In Bakhchisarai, he still lived a pretty good type .... and now they have taken ... honestly by theft, acquired. What are bad polite people, and personally GDP wink
          1. Nyrobsky
            Nyrobsky 6 February 2017 21: 02
            +5
            Quote: Barracuda
            In Bakhchisarai, he still lived a pretty good type .... and now they have taken ... honestly by theft, acquired. What are bad polite people, and personally GDP

            Yes, but no one took his "hut". It’s just that he was first banned from entering the Crimea for 5 years, which, as a result of his natural stupidity, were transformed into a non-entry life term. Now the Crimean Tatars, turned to their diaspora living in Turkey, to drive this dwarf with a pissed rag as soon as he appears there.
            1. Tatyana
              Tatyana 7 February 2017 13: 20
              +1
              Wow, the "house" of the "lawless" Crimean Tatar Dzhemilev! Yes, Dzhemilev, who even shamelessly spares money pathologically for tailoring his big-baggy costumes, will come out of bubbles from greed because of his house in Crimea!

              In the place of the Russian Crimean authorities, the head of the Republic of Chechnya Kadyrov would have SNES long ago before founding this house of Dzhemilev as an enemy of the people, so that he would not be pulled back. I think that would be right. By the way, in ancient times the Russians did the same when they evicted their traitor enemies from the village.
    2. vovanpain
      vovanpain 6 February 2017 15: 36
      +15
      This time, Dzhemilev announced that Russia "will give Crimea itself."

      Spring is coming, exacerbation of schizophrenics this year has begun early. wink
      1. stas
        stas 6 February 2017 15: 56
        +6
        Why advertise this nonsense.
        Let him say anything, nothing will change from this.
        Such must be completely ignored and forgotten, as an unnecessary louse.
      2. Liberoid-
        Liberoid- 6 February 2017 18: 13
        +2
        Quote: vovanpain
        Spring is coming, exacerbation of schizophrenics this year has begun early.

        Jokes, jokes, and you're right ... Genetics is clearly violated!

        I think about it and you should not pay attention, but treat it (if we catch ..)))
    3. Sergey39
      Sergey39 6 February 2017 16: 35
      +5
      Yes, he said everything correctly. Why pour in, it’s better to sit quietly and wait. And suddenly Russia itself will give Crimea. May be. Someday.
      1. freejack
        freejack 6 February 2017 18: 03
        +3
        Well, yes! ... Khrushchev, an apestol, had guessed before that in due time ... fool
      2. major147
        major147 6 February 2017 19: 07
        +1
        This is purely in Ukrainian, rich in thought.
    4. Uncle Murzik
      Uncle Murzik 6 February 2017 17: 15
      +1
      d .... with riches richer, and jamie!
    5. Rokossovsky
      Rokossovsky 6 February 2017 17: 47
      +2
      Dzhemilev said that Russia "will give Crimea itself"

      Yeah! Then he will catch up and give it again!
  2. KAV
    KAV 6 February 2017 15: 22
    +6
    For already a year we have been wanging each other's funeral ...
    Well, this one, so to speak ... I don’t even know how to call it censorship ... In general, let him continue his wet dreams.
  3. Ivan Ivanov
    Ivan Ivanov 6 February 2017 15: 26
    +2
    If we continue to play in our discreet partners, I won’t be surprised
  4. Vasilenko Vladimir
    Vasilenko Vladimir 6 February 2017 15: 36
    +1
    Russia is very expensive. Every day, sanctions are dealt such a blow to the Russian economy that if everything continues like this, and we hope that they (the sanctions) will be strengthened, then the collapse of Russia is not far off. Russia itself will be forced to abandon the Crimea.

    Yes, everything would have been exactly the other way around.
  5. Pasha
    Pasha 6 February 2017 15: 45
    +3
    Soon, Crimea from a subsidized region will turn into a Tourist BOOM.
    If not for expensive air tickets, there would be more tourists by %% 30.
    Infrastructure is developing. It will be no worse than Turkey.
    1. lis-ik
      lis-ik 6 February 2017 16: 20
      +6
      Honestly, apart from roads, the infrastructure does not develop, I went to the Crimea for two years in a row, mini-hotels leave much to be desired, catering is also designed for a very non-demanding citizen. There is far from normal service, but the sea and nature are beyond praise, but what else is needed?
  6. Banishing liberoids
    Banishing liberoids 6 February 2017 15: 47
    +4
    Wait tomorrow afternoon tea lol Crimea will come to your house right-all so elegant, in a "polite" form, and with a straitjacket fool
  7. Smog
    Smog 6 February 2017 15: 49
    +4
    mustafa! You will see Crimea only from afar, and then in your wet dreams.
  8. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 6 February 2017 15: 51
    +2
    It seems that the genetics of Ukraine began to grow whistling mountain crayfish! That's when such a breed will be bred, then we'll talk.
  9. Baloo
    Baloo 6 February 2017 15: 53
    +5
    Chinarik will not become a cigar no matter how much he puffs.
    Crimea returned to their homeland, because Crimeans so wanted. And the sanctions do not care for us, we will overcome this.

    As for the most powerful army world, watch the YouTube video about the balbek. First, banderlogs with banners of howling about a puppy marching to death. Polite are asked to stop and go back. banderlogs yell together: America is with us! Polite palnuli. The commander was told about the orders. The banderlogs wandered sadly back. America with them, that's how! Slaves nailed to the master, a nation of sixes found a godfather.

    They are not brothers to us and not Ukrainians. They are banderlogs.
    1. stew
      stew 6 February 2017 18: 22
      +1
      Not a balbek, but a Belbek (such a river), but simply the village of Lyubimovka. And not brothers for sure.
  10. Masya masya
    Masya masya 6 February 2017 15: 54
    +4
    he’s the people's deputy of the Verkhovna Rada,

    That justifies ... wink
  11. viktor.
    viktor. 6 February 2017 15: 56
    0
    Rather, he himself will surrender to Russia, in a circle wassat laughing
  12. svp67
    svp67 6 February 2017 16: 02
    +2
    And what else did this person have to say? He lives off THIS ... Money, money and everything personal.
  13. BAI
    BAI 6 February 2017 16: 03
    0
    Dreaming is not bad. Only sanctions will force Russia to get off the oil needle. Therefore, for us they are now vital. Without sanctions - hyperinflation and the fall of the ruble.
    1. Ayratelinsion
      Ayratelinsion 6 February 2017 16: 58
      0
      And what will be behind hyperinflation? An increase in the quantity of goods?
      1. NEXUS
        NEXUS 6 February 2017 18: 58
        +2
        Quote: Ayratelinsion
        And what will be behind hyperinflation? An increase in the quantity of goods?

        The increase of Ukrainian dreamers about a bright future, who will abundantly tell about it to the hungry people.
        1. Ayratelinsion
          Ayratelinsion 7 February 2017 19: 46
          0
          It’s there, and the comrade above spoke about hyperinflation here after the lifting of sanctions
  14. Gormenghast
    Gormenghast 6 February 2017 16: 03
    0
    And he will repay Uk-ra debts, give up the Rostov region, and, moaning and sobbing, will crawl to the feet of the Great Ukrainian Kagan Poroshenko. laughing
  15. SeregaBoss
    SeregaBoss 6 February 2017 16: 05
    0
    An interesting talking head, can Russia still ask “where to put it?” I think that Russia and the Russians have already “put” all these not too smart heads!
  16. Vladimir Postnikov
    Vladimir Postnikov 6 February 2017 16: 13
    +4
    Let me express my opinion, which may not coincide with the opinion of many commentators on this resource. Russia itself will not give up Crimea. That's how the Russians will react to Putin, if he suddenly takes and gives the Crimea? Either in exchange for the lifting of sanctions, or for another reason. So suddenly he will say: "That's it! I return Crimea to its rightful owner." I can imagine the situation, but the subsequent reaction of the Russians is not very good. I would like to think (exactly) that the Russians would rather abandon Putin and his team, as well as his model of economic development of Russia, rather than agree to give Crimea to someone. Here, after all, what a paradox: sanctions - they support Putin in power. Putin made a mistake when he did not send troops into the Lugansk and Donetsk regions after the Kiev regime declared the operation of the ATO. I naively believed that it was possible in the Crimea, but not in the Donbass. He would not have held out in power for a long time if Ukrainian nationalists sank Crimea and Donbass in the blood. So, Putin - yes, this is a problem for Russia. Dzhemilev? And who is Dzhemilev?
    Odessa: 2 May 2014. Mariupol: 9 on May 2014.
    Immediately after these events, troops should have been sent to the Donbass (I apologize for the subjunctive mood). And the world would understand. Then Putin trembled - you will receive thousands of dead, and the destroyed infrastructure of Donetsk and Lugansk regions. And for the USA, it’s only Crimea, that Crimea and two more regions - there’s no difference. Absolutely none. They needed a reason. Not this one, so different. For them, enemy number one is China, not Russia. In China, industry and science are developing at a tremendous pace. Again and again I give the link: http://chius.ru Here is enough information for a comparative analysis.
    The Union of China and Russia is a union of developed industry and the raw material base. To overpower them together is almost impossible. So the United States is trying to destroy first the weak link of this alliance. So the Crimea with the Donbass is just an excuse.
    1. Alex_Tug
      Alex_Tug 6 February 2017 17: 42
      +2
      The GDP will suddenly say: "That's it! I return Crimea to its rightful owner."

      GDP said "the issue of Crimea is closed." There will be no situations in Crimea from GDP. This Parnassus may want to scream for the money of staff.
      1. Vladimir Postnikov
        Vladimir Postnikov 6 February 2017 18: 14
        0
        Quote: Alex_Tug
        There will be no situations in Crimea from GDP.

        I also did not observe suicidal tendencies in Vladimir Putin. So what?
        This Parnassus may want to scream for the money of staff.

        This is not Parnassus, but the Russian media suddenly extracted from the naphthalene a "miserable and insignificant person." Here is the extracted. And for what? For what purpose?
    2. Polite Moose
      Polite Moose 6 February 2017 18: 27
      +1
      [Vladimir! hi My regards. Allow a few words.
      quote = Vladimir Postnikov] This is how the Russians will react to Putin if he suddenly takes, and gives up Crimea? [/ quote]
      At the present time, if anyone gives up Crimea, it will not be Putin. Even the expression of seditious thoughts about the possibility of transferring Crimea to Ukraine will cause a catastrophic drop in the rating of any politician among all segments of the population, well, except for liberals.
      All of Russia tightened their belts in order to build a bridge, to make a detour railway, and to import substitute hohloprodukty (including defense purposes). Prices for gasoline, a communal apartment, many food products and manufactured goods have grown significantly. For many citizens of the Russian Federation, and for me personally, large purchases have moved into the “sweat”. And, if someone suddenly appears (yes, even the GDP itself), who says that we were puffed up in vain and that we should give Crimea to someone, then I will only have one phrase for him, which is inappropriate to use on the VO website. And the final destination, too, although options are possible. This is about the reaction of the people. And my opinion: only the complete and ... t or the traitor of the Motherland can give the key to the World Cup. It’s like stepping on your genitals yourself.
      Regarding the deployment of Russian troops at an early stage in the development of the conflict in the Donbass, much has already been said, including and on our website. My opinion is that in this case we would get Syria No. 2, only right at the borders. "Russia-aggressor" is the first thing that babies all over the world would say instead of "mom." And sanctions would have been soldered to us abruptly today. And there would be almost no hesitating countries.
      As for the rest - I almost agree with your point of view.
      1. Vladimir Postnikov
        Vladimir Postnikov 6 February 2017 19: 05
        0
        Quote: Polite Elk
        I have an opinion that in this case we would get Syria No.2

        Why do you have such an opinion? In Crimea, nothing like this happened. What makes Crimea so special in contrast to the Donetsk and Lugansk regions? The argument is not convincing.
        And we have already received "Syria№2". And if it is possible to leave Syria№1, even if in disgrace, then how to get away from the support of Donbass? Everything. We have nowhere to go. We cannot leave these people. There such a massacre will begin that God forbid.
        And the sanctions would have been soldered to us abruptly today.

        If the USA can "solder abruptly" today, then they will solder. Be sure and get ready.
        And there would be almost no hesitating countries.
        There would be no less, if not more.
        These are the bloody events in Odessa and Mariupol today in the spring of the 2014 of the year dimmed. But then, they were unusually bright.
        1. Polite Moose
          Polite Moose 6 February 2017 21: 01
          +3
          Quote: Vladimir Postnikov
          Why do you have such an opinion? In Crimea, nothing like this happened. What makes Crimea so special in contrast to the Donetsk and Lugansk regions? The argument is not convincing.

          I will try to list the differences:
          1. Loyalty of the local population.
          2. The concentration of come along ragul.
          2. The effect of surprise from politeness. The second time it might not have been a ride. As they say in Odessa: "Hochma said the second time - is no longer Hochma."
          3. The length of the defended border (front lines, if you want). Compare the isthmus and the border of LDNR.
          4. The concentration of the Armed Forces in the Crimea and in Donetsk or Lugansk. There are two big differences.
          Quote: Vladimir Postnikov
          And we have already received "Syria No. 2". And if it’s possible to leave Syria # 1, even if it’s a disgrace, then how to get away from the support of Donbass?

          As for Syria No. 2 (I do not pretend to be the ultimate truth. A purely personal opinion), it seems to me that the events would spin up like this: in all the world media in the front pages the heart-rending cries of "Bloody Putin is coming" first Georgia, then Crimea, now Donbass. The facts are there. Who does not believe - go and check. Ukrainians would be the first to react. Those who would like to fight for independence would be more orders of magnitude. Well, what? All evidence in the palm of your hand. Then came the world campaign for the defense of democracy with the introduction of the NATO peacekeeping contingent (or rather all the people of Ukraine and the United Nations under the auspices of NATO or the UN) into the territory of occupied and oppressed Ukraine with all the ensuing consequences. Official deliveries of high-tech weapons, air defense systems and BT. Plus economic pressure. (I’m not sure that the Chinese would react in this case loyally or neutral to us).
          The beginning of the database of low and medium intensity. Partisan movement and new young and not very popular heroes of Ukraine. Coffins in our cities and villages.
          And, most importantly, just such a step was expected from us.

          Quote: Vladimir Postnikov
          then how to get away from the support of Donbass? All. We have nowhere to go. We cannot leave these people. There such a massacre will begin that God forbid.

          And nobody is going to leave anywhere. "North wind" is blowing, "Voentorg" is working. After so many bullying and murders, the local population will “love” Ukraine for another 2-3 generations. And they (LDNR) are no longer sheep for slaughter. So that the massacre will be mutual. And who will cut someone is a big question. More precisely, it’s not a question at all. Well, motivation, i.e. APU’s fighting spirit cannot be compared with the LDNR army. There, people are fighting for their home.
          And for Mariupol and Odessa, the Ukrainian people themselves will ask from these TVs, well, or the people of Novorosia, if you want. Something like that. hi
          1. Vladimir Postnikov
            Vladimir Postnikov 6 February 2017 22: 30
            +1
            Sorry, but your arguments are not convincing.
            Loyalty of the local population.

            Apparently, you have not seen footage of the events in Mariupol on May 9 of 2014 of the year that were posted on the same day on the Internet. In these videos, and all the concentration, when unarmed people climbed without weapons, climbed onto heavy machinery. In another video, shooting at unarmed residents.
            The second time it might not have been a ride.
            May 2014? Strelkova / Girkin had a ride, but polite people might not have a ride.
            Compare the isthmus and the border of LDNR.
            Do you think this isthmus stopped the APU? I do not think so.
            The concentration of the RF Armed Forces in the Crimea and in Donetsk or Lugansk. There are two big differences.
            Who are we talking about? If it’s about polite people, then they were neither in Donetsk nor in Lugansk. I can not say anything about the concentration of the RF Armed Forces in the Rostov Region in 2014.
            And, most importantly, just such a step was expected from us.
            And what would happen in this case if we took this step?
            As a result, they waited, waited, and did not wait. And then they dragged on in full. By the way, there would not have been a downed Boeing. Sanctions began with him. But this is so, by the way. I am writing all this, but my teeth are grinding. It disturbs me from the subjunctive mood in relation to history.
            And for Mariupol and Odessa, the Ukrainian people will ask these people from these tvs

            Sorry, but this is a propaganda cliche. Who will ask whom? Who is the "Ukrainian people" and who is "these"? Uncertainty contributes to any speculation.
            1. Polite Moose
              Polite Moose 6 February 2017 23: 33
              0
              Quote: Vladimir Postnikov
              Sorry, but your arguments are not convincing.

              I am not a political scientist. I do not pretend to be the agitator and the ultimate truth. So, sometimes I express my opinion purely.
              Quote: Vladimir Postnikov
              Apparently you did not see footage of the events in Mariupol on May 9, 2014, which were posted on the Internet the same day.

              Well, why didn’t I see. I saw, and not only these frames. The people affected are very sorry. Creatures, those who have arranged without any doubt deserve a soapy rope. But the question is, was it really necessary to send troops. What would such a step lead to? I expressed one of the versions in my response to your comment, a little earlier. I don’t know about you, but it seems to me that all the databases that lead the armies of countries aspiring to the West follow the same training manual. That the Georgians were beating the peaceful sleeping Tskhinval, that the Ukrainians were in the Donbass, well, at the earlier stages of the conflict, Mariupol, Odessa. Everywhere terror of the civilian population. And, if this was the first time in Ossetia (and the tough reaction of Russia was also the first time in so many years), in Ukraine this tactic was used purposefully to draw the Russian Federation into the conflict. The calculation was on our Russian mentality. It may sound cynical, but on someone else’s hump you can’t enter paradise. Where are the partisan brigades of Mariupol and Odessa? Or should you and I bring freedom to everyone who speaks or understands Russian?
              Quote: Vladimir Postnikov
              May 2014? Strelkova / Girkin had a ride, but polite people might not have a ride.

              Bloodless would not ride. Dogs would take care of countermeasures. Podlyany do they know best.
              Quote: Vladimir Postnikov
              Who are we talking about? If it’s about polite people, then they were neither in Donetsk nor in Lugansk.

              So I am about the same. You asked what is the difference between Crimea and LDNR, so I answered. All the "polite" were in the Crimea.
              Quote: Vladimir Postnikov
              And what would happen in this case if we took this step?

              I think that there would be a consolidation of all Western and not so countries in the face of a common enemy, whose aggressiveness no longer needs proof. Well, perhaps they would add a couple of pictures in which GDP drinks the blood of babies. And about the atrocities of the Russian army in the occupied territory, reports would have been cooked up by thousands.
              Quote: Vladimir Postnikov
              As a result, they waited, waited, and did not wait. And then they dragged on in full. By the way, there would not have been a downed Boeing. Sanctions began with him. But this is so, by the way. I am writing all this, but my teeth are grinding. It disturbs me from the subjunctive mood in relation to history.

              Yes, they didn’t wait. The result is a gap pattern. I suspect that some of the politicians have already recorded angry speeches condemning the Russian invasion. But, past the cash register.
              About Boeing - again a training manual. Item "Sacred Sacrifice". Also past. Some Westerners think at least a little, made conclusions for themselves. Not all there are moons. This Boeing will come out to them sideways.
              And about the subjunctive mood, this is where you started. hi
              1. Vladimir Postnikov
                Vladimir Postnikov 7 February 2017 01: 46
                0
                Quote: Polite Elk
                And about the subjunctive mood, this is where you started.

                Yes, I don’t argue. This I began with the subjunctive mood. We calmly rolled back three years ago. Had? Yes need. Because in the Donbass, everything is just beginning. We need honest analysis. And it should be remembered that in the future one should not look back on sanctions. If the US needs to tighten sanctions, they will do so at any time. They will design the occasion themselves, as well as the shooting on the Maidan.
                Why am I all this. My impression is that Russia is now in the Donbass in passive defense, when the actions of the defending side are completely dependent on the actions of the enemy. In this case, constant provocations are inevitable, which confirms today's exacerbation. It is time to move from passive to active defense, a striking example of which is Israel. Forceful action is an extreme measure, but if it is applied, then without hesitation. Today’s example: The OSCE Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) believes that the main reason for the escalation of the conflict in the Donbass is the proximity of troops on both sides. The question is in close proximity and only? Means to part by a certain distance. This means that Russia should publicly voice this issue, with its proposal on how to implement and control it. This work is not military, but strategists. This is an active defense in the information space. We know how to work? Sometimes we can. Now look at this beating baby, have fun: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5qIQPMKZqfw
                It’s still a mystery to me what idiots the idea came to appoint John Kirby to be the speaker of the US State Department. I do not know how well he showed himself in military service, but in the State Department he was completely sucks. I got the impression that Margarita Simonyan is quite capable of joining a team that will develop an active defense strategy for Donbass militias.
                Remember the saying that seven troubles is one answer, do not wait to do business, instead of poking money from the budget. hi
                1. Polite Moose
                  Polite Moose 7 February 2017 07: 36
                  0
                  Quote: Vladimir Postnikov
                  We calmly rolled back three years ago. Had? Yes need. Because in the Donbass everything is just beginning.

                  Do not forget, at that time we had just regained a whole region with ushatannoy infrastructure and other delights of independence. And, most likely, instead of acting on the principle: ".. and the tomatoes are tidy ...", we settled on that piece that we can digest.

                  Quote: Vladimir Postnikov
                  My impression is that Russia is now in the Donbass in passive defense

                  I agree. But, when the card on hand is not very good, it is better to passan than to go all-in.
                  And as for the tough answers to the shelling and provocation, I do not presume to judge from my hole. There, people know better what to do. Yes, and I'm not sure that they are sitting on the priest evenly and watching shells burst above their heads. Although the reports of our leading TV channels give just such an impression. Media they are.
                  I don’t want to talk about the OSCE at all.
                  1. Vladimir Postnikov
                    Vladimir Postnikov 7 February 2017 11: 09
                    0
                    Quote: Polite Elk
                    settled on the piece that we can digest.

                    And here I strongly disagree. And it may well be that the leaders of the Russian Federation thought exactly the same as you. And ran into the saying that "avaricious pays twice."
                    Everything that is now destroyed in the Donbass will have to be restored by the Russian Federation in any case. Donbass will remain in the hands of the Natsiks, or its independence will be defended, the infrastructure will have to be restored by the Russian Federation. Suppose the worst option is that the Donbass will remain with the Natsiks. Yes, from the principle they will not invest in the Donbass (they will invest only in the infrastructure that will feed the rest of their country). And for each appeal of the region for financing they will be sent to Muscovites (they say that they are to blame for your destruction, let them restore it).
                    Summary: Donbass rebuild Russia anyway.
                    And what about tough responses to shelling and provocation
                    I clearly wrote that "Forceful action is an extreme measure." Extreme! A military influence is just a continuation of politics through armed violence, when other means of influence have exhausted themselves.
                    There, people know better what to do.
                    "The giraffe is big, he knows better." It was not by chance that I cited Kirby as an example. Does the US have such problems with personnel that they appoint such mediocrity to the post of State Department speaker? Can you remember the psaki. Will we talk about Russia? A great example is A. Serdyukov. Need more? A large queue of such examples. And do not demonize Vladimir Putin, what the media are doing both in Russia and in the West (to an even greater extent). Under Putin, China overtook Russia in terms of GDP, surpassed it, and today China's GDP is several times larger than Russian. Someone may object that the population, conditions ... Neither the population, nor the conditions! Anatoly Chubais (as, indeed, the entire team of economists) still remains the economic adviser to Vladimir Putin. A good example: when this Chubais team had an accident in 1998, the Primakov-Maslyukov government corrected the situation in a few months. Corrected, after which they were quickly and quietly removed. Chubais is big, he knows better.
    3. Olegovi4
      Olegovi4 6 February 2017 18: 48
      +1
      Quote: Vladimir Postnikov
      Immediately after these events, troops should have been sent to the Donbass

      another Napoleon in a cocked hat?
  17. Moskovit
    Moskovit 6 February 2017 16: 32
    +1
    Dzhemilev more likely to give ends. This is a much more realistic scenario.
  18. venik
    venik 6 February 2017 16: 35
    +1
    "Dzhemilev said that Russia" itself will give Crimea ""
    ===
    Tatar Dzhamilev, although he became a "deputy" of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine (Verkhovna Rada), he still did not comprehend the old Ukrainian wisdom: "foolish thought bogey"! (Translated into Russian: "Bad - richer" mentally! "). Well, what to do? It did not work out!
  19. Will
    Will 6 February 2017 16: 37
    +1
    "rich in thought." What else to add?
  20. Wolka
    Wolka 6 February 2017 17: 01
    0
    he is still alive, and why his earth still bears, no one needs a holy fool
  21. Retvizan 8
    Retvizan 8 6 February 2017 17: 25
    0
    It’s small and tiny brain along the way!
  22. NEXUS
    NEXUS 6 February 2017 17: 35
    +5
    Russia is very expensive. Every day, sanctions are dealt such a blow to the Russian economy that if everything continues like this, and we hope that they (the sanctions) will be strengthened, then the collapse of Russia is not far off. Russia itself will be forced to abandon the Crimea.

    I think that in the future Ukraine will be forced to abandon not only the Donbass, but also many of its eastern lands. The referendum parade is just around the corner.
    As for-
    Dzhemilev’s statement about Ukraine’s actual military helplessness caused a flurry of criticism from those who are still confident that the Ukrainian army is “one of Europe’s most combat-ready armies.”

    Well then, this Europe’s most efficient army cannot cope with miners, installers, builders, and even the women of Donbass?
  23. rasputin17
    rasputin17 6 February 2017 17: 43
    +1
    In the words of the classic "when he says he is delirious"! wassat
  24. behemot
    behemot 6 February 2017 17: 57
    +2
    riches rich. Well, let him wait, you can blow up a couple of power lines or fill up some channel. The more damage the wreckers inflict on themselves, the better. Ukraine is heading into the Stone Age, and there they have a road, sorry Senya did not finish the fence, plundered.
  25. PValery53
    PValery53 6 February 2017 17: 58
    0
    M. Dzhemilev - Crimean Tatar Napoleon Bonaparte. And where do we keep all the Bonapartists? - That's it, Mustafa. And hide your saber and don’t show it to anyone.
  26. sounddoc
    sounddoc 6 February 2017 18: 05
    +3
    Dzhemilev said that Russia will pass? - Sure! - Yes, this one will hand over for the bazaar ....
  27. gloomy fox
    gloomy fox 6 February 2017 18: 11
    +1
    hare yapping dog decrepit, shut your mouth and you’ll catch a cold !!!!! I don’t give Crimea to anyone! the whole topic is closed, how much more can I tell you? belay
  28. Lester7777
    Lester7777 6 February 2017 18: 23
    0
    From a dead donkey ears, you get from Pushkin ...
    O. Bender.
    1. Barakuda
      Barakuda 6 February 2017 20: 13
      0
      I. Ilf, E. Petrov bully "Well, you abortion victim"
  29. Vlad5307
    Vlad5307 6 February 2017 19: 16
    0
    I would like to remind you the axiom for all these statements by the leaders of all kinds of ASUs, the name of which speaks for itself - don’t bother with the client, he himself knows what needs to be done! laughing
  30. sergei1975
    sergei1975 6 February 2017 19: 27
    +4
    Why Ukraine is fighting in the Donbass? Because there are Russian troops! And why not fighting in the Crimea? Well, there are Russian troops! Here is the logic. smile
  31. sergei1975
    sergei1975 6 February 2017 19: 42
    +1
    Petka is Dzhemilev’s best friend.
  32. parkello
    parkello 6 February 2017 20: 03
    +4
    again, this Little Muk or Bunch as it is there .., a clown in one word.
  33. Darth Revan
    Darth Revan 6 February 2017 20: 25
    0
    Dreamer, eprst! am
  34. CYBERNINJA
    CYBERNINJA 6 February 2017 21: 12
    0
    Such as Dzhemilev will not pay for their words and deeds, they have long made themselves “warm nests” somewhere in Canada.
  35. Charond
    Charond 6 February 2017 21: 24
    +1
    Abyrvalg ..
  36. razved
    razved 6 February 2017 21: 31
    0
    Probably, all the schizophrenic drugs were collected on this territory, which is occupied by the country “U”.
  37. dubowitskij.vick
    dubowitskij.vick 6 February 2017 22: 49
    +2
    Quote: Liberoid
    Quote: vovanpain
    Spring is coming, exacerbation of schizophrenics this year has begun early.

    Jokes, jokes, and you're right ... Genetics is clearly violated!

    I think about it and you should not pay attention, but treat it (if we catch ..)))

    A good remedy for his flamboyant kilo and frozen ground on Novaya Zemlya.
    He brings up in three days. From illusions there is not a trace left.
  38. ltc22A
    ltc22A 6 February 2017 23: 21
    0
    Mejlis dreamer and dreamer
  39. Black_PR
    Black_PR 7 February 2017 05: 20
    +1
    That's honest ... I rarely swear! But now I’ll say: the old ram, I lived to see the gray hair, and as I was a blunt ram in my life, it remained to them! And as a sheep do not comb, anyway, they will remain!
  40. annodomene
    annodomene 7 February 2017 08: 34
    +4
    Boo-ha-ha! Only a laugh and left. But ... "... It is sinful to laugh at sick people ..." (quote) from the Majlis.
  41. nivander
    nivander 7 February 2017 09: 02
    0
    "... and in general I put the lower key near the battery"
  42. Artem Kovalev
    Artem Kovalev 7 February 2017 11: 51
    0
    I did not even read the article. And why does the author spend our time on this nonsense? It would be better to write something real!
  43. January
    January 7 February 2017 14: 36
    +1
    It was the third year of independence. The cries of "Raska Vse" were becoming quieter, my eyes more and more pitiful, my speech was not legible ....
  44. NACC
    NACC 7 February 2017 20: 40
    0
    It's time to shorten this shorty already
  45. pvv113
    pvv113 7 February 2017 20: 46
    +1
    This time Dzhemilev announced

    Small bug, but smelly
  46. nord62
    nord62 7 February 2017 21: 02
    +2
    Wow! Again, this morel crawled out into the light of God .... Into his zindan! angry Why are they in the Outskirts all with a head then they are not friends! laughing
  47. Kostya Osipov
    Kostya Osipov 8 February 2017 05: 33
    0
    Dzhemilev never worked anywhere ..! I watched his biography on Wikipedia, a parasite ...!
  48. MoJloT
    MoJloT 9 February 2017 17: 20
    +1
    Russia has already given Crimea-Krymchany!
    1. alex.simfero69
      alex.simfero69 31 March 2017 00: 59
      0
      tongue Accordingly, Ukraine has already returned Crimea.
      Russia returned. tongue
  49. Victor Skobelevsky
    Victor Skobelevsky 10 February 2017 09: 23
    0
    Old amused again))))
    Looks like the budget Nagonia cut him, he wants to)))))))
  50. alex.simfero69
    alex.simfero69 31 March 2017 00: 25
    0
    Anyone who lives in a glass house should not throw stones. The Tatar people have long learned this truth. Dzhemilev himself admitted that attempts to “return” Crimea by force would turn into a tragedy for the Tatar people. And the hopes for the collapse of Russia should be overturned by our refusal to impose from the outside new "great shocks" in the form of "revolutions" under good intentions leading to hell.