The hydrogen bomb explosion in the DPRK was physically palpable in Russia. Tremors stirred the land mass of our Primorsky Territory. Obviously, the situation is consistently evolving towards disaster. Well, even a simple seaside seller, warming his stomach on the beach of the Russian island, it is clear that "it smells fried." Although we have decided to react only when the roasted rooster knocks on the head with his beak. And he will definitely bang or bite.
But it will be too late when this rooster arrives from the Korean Peninsula.
I met people who told me: “What do you panic about? Everything's under control". Well yes. The grenade's check is torn off, after a few seconds it will jerk. But you do not panic. You just stand by and control ...
As long as those who are responsible for the control, are keeping a cool eye on observing, the Russian population living near the Korean Peninsula has very little idea what to do if it jerks after all.
After all, no work is being done with the residents of our border region. Nobody prepares them for a possible catastrophe. Few of them know where the bomb shelters are located, what to do in case of a nuclear explosion. Annual floods in Primorye show that the government is not able to respond adequately, is not able to take preliminary measures. Every year, people are left without shelter and food, every year - victims. For some reason, this situation was not in Soviet times. Still better controlled.
If something very serious begins on the Korean Peninsula, the inhabitants of Primorye are likely to be simply not ready for this. And then there will be a lot of victims. Without preparation, without training, without serious administrative reforms, people cannot be organized. All international experience historical experience shows that an unprepared, demoralized population instantly panics, makes completely rash actions. The mentioned floods forced people to abandon their homes. And then the looters came. Despite the low moral condition in which a significant part of our society is today, looting, no doubt, will become common in the event of cataclysms that can come to us from the Korean Peninsula.
It must be borne in mind that if an open military conflict occurs on the Korean Peninsula, thousands of refugees will flock to our Primorye. The presence of refugees in general can greatly contribute to the growth of chaos in Primorye. At the same time, we do not have any moral right to refuse to accept Koreans. On the contrary, we must render all possible assistance to the victims of American aggression. It is unlikely that the statements of our senators in the Federation Council, that the DPRK has crossed the line of what was permitted, having experienced a hydrogen bomb, look decent and courageous. It would be better if the senators to the United States attributed these claims. Koreans are just trying to survive, as they can in the conditions of a perfidious American attack. Koreans need to be supported and with them stop the American fascists. If North Korea had felt the powerful and full support of Russia, then they would not need a hydrogen bomb.
But it seems that we have already missed all our opportunities on the Korean Peninsula.
What awaits us when the war in Korea begins? It is unlikely that regional officials will be able to give an adequate answer to this question. They have their own business, their own concerns.
In the DPRK, a hydrogen bomb was detonated, and the governor of Primorye gives an extensive interview to Forbes magazine. And there it is, in fact, about what has been done to appeal to foreign investors.
Mr. Governor of Primorye has long been known for its cosmopolitanism. He is probably not so important who will be the boss on the seashore. If only there was a material return. And this approach may have some justification. But only if you look at the world through the eyes of an American manager. But it seems that it is with such eyes, judging by many, many facts, that the current governor of Primorsky Krai is looking at Russian politics. Even the first international meeting of Miklushevsky as governor in 2012, with the Americans, with the US Consul General in Vladivostok. Then he also asked to invest in Primorye. And before being appointed governor, being the rector of the then under construction university on Russky Island, Miklushevsky invited an amazing man, Vladimir Kuznetsov, who lives in San Francisco, to the post of director of the FEFU Regional and International Studies School. This man was the first governor of Primorye at the very beginning of the 1990. Before Nazdratenko. He was in the team of the notorious Foreign Minister Kozyrev. Very Kuznetsov sympathized with the Americans. Having already worked as a general consul in San Francisco after his governorship, Kuznetsov remained to live in the United States. After arriving in Russia to help Miklushevsky in organizing international research in FEFU, he achieved good results. Under him, regular tours began with lectures at the Far Eastern University of American professors, representatives of the US diplomatic corps. After some time, Kuznetsov openly expressed his sympathies to the belolentochny movement on Bolotnaya Square in Moscow. Now this San Francisco man does not work at FEFU. But as they say, his business lives.
One of the most outspoken sympathizers to the United States of America was First Vice-Governor Miklushevsky, also appointed in 2012. And no longer working in Primorye. This gentleman by the name of Sidorov lived and worked in the States for a long time. Having become the first deputy governor Miklushevsky, when he asked Americans for money before the APEC forum in Vladivostok, in an interview with American billionaire Jim Rogers, he unequivocally said: “In the region we solve the two largest Russian problems - fools and bad roads. We started with roads, and you have to help us solve the second problem. ”
A year ago, in a recent interview with Primémedia Miklushevsky’s seaside news agency, he frankly admitted that now his reference books are the works of Michael Porter “International Competition” and “A Good Strategy a Bad Strategy” by Richard Rumelt. These works are written in line with the well-known idea that in a globalized world each country should have some major economic advantage corresponding to the global division of labor in the new world order.
By the way, Primamedia’s media holding, which is being interviewed by Miklushevsky, is actively lobbying for the blasphemous film “Matilda” and recently published an interview with the leader of Primorsky Krishnaites. Russian Hare Krishna, with an ordinary rural appearance, through the seaside news agency tells the reader how cool it is to be a Krishna. Although, looking at how a normal country boy changed his Russian surname to some Sanskrit patronymic and ponadavil at his home little little eyed idols, there are big doubts not only in the correctness of the chosen path, but even in the mental health of all interview.
We do not know how the governor of Primorye treats Hare Krishnas, who is also published in Primamedia, but he seems to treat the dirty film Matilda very well. Miklushevsky himself supports the international film festival “Pacific Meridians” in Vladivostok. And despite the protests of the head of the Primorye Metropolis of the Russian Orthodox Church, His Grace Benjamin (Pushkar), deputies of the State Duma, public organizations and hundreds of thousands of Russian citizens, the governor does not intend to refuse to see the "Mathilde" 10 of September at the Primorye Film Festival.
But How will he refuse if, again, behind the film are well-known financial circles in the United States?
And here is the hydrogen bomb explosion, tremors in Primorye. And the governor expects an anti-Russian film to be shown and gives an interview to Forbes magazine.
...In such a tense international environment and in the presence of a real nuclear threat, just a hundred kilometers from Vladivostok, the governor of Primorye, or rather, Governor-General, should be a military man.
It’s time for the military people to seriously get puzzled by what is happening today in the political sphere of the key border territories of Russia. After all, happen that the military will have to take on the main load.