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Project "ZZ". Revival is stagnation. Putin-2030

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Revival, but not that. Stagnation has come to Russia. That ruler that sits at the very top reminds General Secretary Brezhnev. In the West, the epithet “eternal” is already being used in relation to Putin. But Putin still has 6 years ahead! After Secretary General Brezhnev, the USSR quickly slipped into restructuring, followed by an economic and political collapse of the system. What nightmares are waiting for Russia after Putin? The answer is known: Putin will go for a fifth term.




Andreas Rüesch talks about this in a large Swiss newspaper. "Neue Zürcher Zeitung".

Putin "led his country into a dead end," says Ruche.

The Russian president stubbornly rules the country and already looks like Brezhnev, the eternal Soviet leader, the journalist said. But this is not enough for him: he wants another six years to remain in power! But only Putin “is not in a position to offer a way out of the impasse in which he himself led his own country,” the commentator points out.

In the meantime, the Russian elite is nervous - and nervous more and more. The day “X” is approaching, and many Russian oligarchs (“Oligarchen”) are afraid of this day. And not only they: the Kremlin, as the author believes, also has a “headache”.

It is, reminds the author of the article, not about the presidential elections, which will be held in Russia in March, but about the date of January 29. On this day, the US government is obliged to announce new sanctions under the previously adopted law.

Punitive measures of the United States are directed, on the one hand, to businessmen who have connections “with the Russian security apparatus,” and on the other hand, Washington wants to publish a black list of “oligarchs” and their relatives, who will come under pressure from sanctions later.

It seems that the message is very clear: anyone who is related to the “Russian ruling elite” and receives benefits “from the Kremlin’s corruption system” will be punished. All these figures are waiting for "international ostracism", ironically Ruche. The American law, in his opinion, is aimed at a flaw in the Russian system, a well-known contradiction: the authorities in Moscow “scold the West for anger and immorality,” and “secretly transfer their money to tax havens, send their children to Western schools and the pleasures of the convenience of American cities. " This "beautiful double life of the Kremlin magnates" is now likely to be "endangered." The clock is ticking!

As for Putin’s re-election, it is, the Swiss author laughs, “has already been completed.” The ruling class, even if it is divided into rival camps, does not see an alternative to Putin.

Putin’s greatest opponent is not at all one of the opposition candidates, but “apathy in the country”, which can lead to a horribly low electoral turnout. The journalist also points to the “fact of election fraud by the Putin regime”: after all, “with the help of a judicial farce”, the candidate of the democratic opposition Aleksey Navalny was excluded from the race. This is “the Kremlin’s incredible paranoia”: despite its “huge propaganda apparatus”, the Kremlin is afraid to take a chance and allow the anti-corruption activist Navalny to the polls.

The new Putin term will be the last (in accordance with the Constitution of the Russian Federation). And no one can say what will happen next. It is known that in his stories Russia suffered a lot of bloody coup d'etat and “does not have the tradition of a peaceful transfer of power from one elected head of state to another,” the columnist reminds. Even if it turns out that Putin, like Yeltsin, will impose on the people the “continuity of the regime”, a struggle for power will inevitably begin in the ranks of the “many losers”. And this is what makes the Kremlin nervous.

The fact that the clock is ticking, undoubtedly, Putin himself knows, continues the Swiss author. He, who once called himself a “slave to galleys,” has ruled the state for 18 for years, if we take into account those 4 of the year (from 2008 to 2012) when he “gave” the presidency to Dmitry Medvedev and sat in the chair of the prime minister.

Putin is already in power longer than the rules of the USSR, General Secretary Leonid Brezhnev. Brezhnev, the older generation of Russian people know as a ruler, symbolizing the "golden era of stability." But at the same time, the name of the Secretary General is identified with "stagnation and a fatal inability to reform."



At first glance, the Swiss commentator notes, “consensus politician Brezhnev and Putin’s tough tactics” have little in common. The Soviet leader, who died "right on the post" in 1982, was a wreck and served as an object for countless anecdotes. But 65-year-old Putin seems to be fine in this sense. True, his "kingdom" also decayed. Russia's fat years are over, the economy is lame in both legs. By 2008, Putin managed to achieve an impressive average growth rate of seven percent, but since then Russia has already experienced two recessions and lagged behind other countries with developing economies. Politically explosive is above all the increase in poverty in the country. Real incomes have fallen markedly since 2014. The economic problems are based on “structural deficiencies”.

And what does the “regime” do? Never mind. The regime compensates for this with “shrill ultranationalism”, with statements about the desire to “revive the great Russian state.” The Kremlin is simply reeling: Kremlin propaganda depicts Russia, surrounded by enemies, and the West, which is in a state of "decline." Along with this, propaganda shows “Ukrainian Fascism” and “Cancer of Islam”.

An explosive mixture, but Putin managed to play well here. The annexation of Crimea gave it almost the status of a “national savior”, and the successes of military intervention in Syria and the creation of an anti-Western alliance with Turkey, along with “exciting hacker attacks in the US”, seem to have convinced the public that Russia has once again taken the path of a great power.

But just the Brezhnev period of stagnation should serve as a warning to Putin, the commentator believes. The Soviet Union under Brezhnev overloaded the economy with excessive military spending. Putin does the same. Expenditures on health care and education are being reduced “for the sake of re-equipment”.

The support of Putin, who is now “above criticism,” easily hides the fact that “the reputation of his corrupt government team has plummeted.”

“The paralyzing fear of change” - this is how the Swiss sees the political situation in Russia. Putin may be the ruler who will come to power again (“indisputably”), but it was he who led his country “into an economic and political dead end.” And the period before 2024 will pass for the Russians "under a bad sign."

Economic stagnation is likely to continue, especially since Putin avoids reforms and proposes the electorate only a “continuation” of the previous course. The continuity dilemma will sharpen: without renewal, the Kremlin regime cannot cope with a balance of internal rival forces.

The open elections in Russia are “out of the question”: after all, “the entire Kremlin leadership is afraid of criminal prosecution and fear of losing accumulated wealth during a regime change,” writes Ruche.

The author further hints that the Russian elite in 2024 will put the question: why change anything at all? Why not sit Putin for the next six years? The script is quite realistic, the author believes. The constitutional amendment on the abolition of the deadline “is not a serious obstacle,” ironically Ruche. In the 2030 year, at the end of the supposed fifth term, Putin would have been just 77 years old, and he would have been in power longer than Stalin or Tsar Nicholas II.

Other Western commentators still anticipate the "spring" in Russia. If not in Moscow, then at least in the provinces.

For example, Leonid Ragozin (Leonid Ragozin) writes about the “spring” in the regions of Russia, whose article was published in «Bloomberg».

Despite the fact that the oppositionist A. Navalny was blacklisted by the state television channels of the Russian Federation and was not allowed to take part in the elections, he is not sitting idly. The author recalls the planned "demonstrations against injustice", which will be held under the sign of the March elections. Navalny’s goal is to deprive popular support of the so-called inevitable victory of Putin. The organization of Navalny has already 84 regional offices, and in the coming weeks, it will appeal to the people not to go to the polling stations on March 9th.

The task of the protests is obvious. Today, the Russian economy is on the verge of stagnation, Western sanctions are acting against the state, in addition, Moscow is participating in the war in Syria. And the liberal opposition, which previously existed only in the major cities of the country, is now spreading its influence to relatively small cities and towns. And let the current President Putin still be entitled to a deadline, supporters of Navalny are counting on what they call the Russian spring.

It’s hardly likely that supporters of Navalny will be able to influence the outcome of the elections. Opinion polls conducted by various foundations confirm it all as one: Putin’s rating is still high. Not 86, so 80%. You can blame such a high result on propaganda, but the fact remains: Putin’s re-election, in which Swiss Ruche is in no doubt, will take place. It will take place, despite the gradual increase in the number of people who do not trust Putin and prefer stagnant change.

It should also be noted that the issue of change in Russia is extremely difficult, because its decision does not mean the onset of the very bright future, which politicians asserted during the days of Secretary General Brezhnev. Please: change brought the country Gorbachev and then Yeltsin. “We want change,” sang in one famous song. But the change of these Soviet Union collapsed.

Therefore, the topic of change in Russia can not be easy. And many Russians would prefer the topic of stability or, if you like, the topic of stagnation.
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  1. victorsh
    victorsh 29 January 2018 09: 31
    +4
    Navalny’s organization already has 84 regional offices, and in the coming weeks it will appeal to the people not to go to polling stations on 18 in March.
    And what do we have from the headquarters of the main anti-corruption officer for NSOs? We owe several Lyamov. The Federal Security Service is engaged in them. And it does not want to part with apartments in Novosib and Berdsk.
    1. Grandfather
      Grandfather 29 January 2018 09: 57
      29
      Quote: victorsh
      And what do we have from the headquarters of the main anti-corruption officer for NSOs?

      but what about thieves who are “under house arrest”? there are dozens of them, if not hundreds ...
      1. Varyag_0711
        Varyag_0711 29 January 2018 10: 37
        27
        Dastkastary Today, 09:57 ↑ New
        but what about thieves who are “under house arrest”? from dozens, if not hundreds ...
        And what is wrong in the West? I like how we don’t notice the simple fact that corruption exists EVERYWHERE. It’s just that in the West it was officially legalized and it was called LOBBY. There are firms in the US that will lobby for your interests in Congress for your money. And no one will say a word, this is officially allowed. And no one will poke at the American senator, saying he took the money from lobbyists.
        At the same time, we have someone anal, on which there is nowhere to put the stigma and now it is happiness for the people, we have the most anti-corruption. That's right, and I see, we will choose anal and he will restore order in the country tomorrow, yeah, how did they swim, we know ...
        I am not saying that corruption is good; I am saying that this phenomenon is everywhere. Won in China for this shot and what? Helps a lot?
        The point is not corruption per se, the point is the capitalist system itself and the system of “values” that have been imposed on us. And in the USSR there was corruption, BUT ... Firstly, it did not carry such a scale. And secondly, it was very difficult to use stolen goods. Law enforcement agencies immediately had questions about the origin of "honestly acquired overwork." That is, the problem is not corruption as such, but the problem in the brains of people. They will take away one bribe taker, so in his place there will be a dozen more, even more arrogant and even more hungry. Corruption cannot be defeated by this method, it is necessary to completely change the system, but who will let it be changed? Not for that the USSR was falling apart, then to give everything back to the people again.
        1. Bulrumeb
          Bulrumeb 29 January 2018 11: 21
          34
          And what is wrong in the West? I like how we don’t notice the simple fact that corruption exists EVERYWHERE. It's just that it was officially legalized in the West and called it LOBBY.

          Yes, let them there in the West at least fall through the ground. An eternal pretext to not do anything - and you look at the West, at Ukraine, at the states, etc., but it’s not so bad here. And to look at them? They indulge there under the tail and even consider it for valor. They are there and let them do what they want, but we are here and we don’t need it.
          1. Varyag_0711
            Varyag_0711 29 January 2018 11: 33
            11
            Bulrumeb Today, 11:21 ↑
            Yes, let them there in the West at least fall through the ground. An eternal pretext to not do anything - and you look at the West, at Ukraine, at the states, etc., but it’s not so bad here.
            Can you read? Have you read my comment to the end, or did you run between the lines? I wrote that an effective fight against corruption was only under the USSR, now with the current system of values, an effective fight is not possible. All and, first of all, all anti-corruption committees are corrupt. That is, corrupt officials are fighting with themselves ... laughing Bees are against honey, and officials are against bribes! laughing
            1. Sapiens 63
              Sapiens 63 29 January 2018 14: 22
              10
              And what in Singapore or Switzerland is there some other system or other value system? It’s just that they don’t have a rotten vertical built on the principle of personal loyalty to a self-aware, Mutko is just one of the most striking examples.
              1. Varyag_0711
                Varyag_0711 29 January 2018 15: 07
                +8
                Sapiens 63 Today, 14:22 ↑ New
                What in Singapore or Switzerland is there some other system
                Well, you also bring Andorra and Luxembourg for comparison ... laughing Compare horseradish with a finger. Only the United States or China can be compared with Russia, even European countries cannot be compared to either the population or the territory.
                1. Sapiens 63
                  Sapiens 63 29 January 2018 17: 12
                  +4
                  And we are not comparing the population and territory, but the level of corruption, capitalism is there
                  1. Sapiens 63
                    Sapiens 63 29 January 2018 17: 34
                    +3
                    First, we do not compare the territory and the population, but the level of corruption, and secondly, if you want to compare with the United States, if you please, 174 out of 18 countries are in the United States, China is 79, we divide 131 with Ukraine.
                    1. Golovan Jack
                      Golovan Jack 1 February 2018 23: 17
                      +4
                      Quote: Sapiens 63
                      from 174 countries, the 18th place is in the States, China is at 79, we share 131 with Ukraine

                      Who "counted the places"?
                      I am very surprised that the States are not at first, to be honest laughing
              2. Height
                Height 2 February 2018 17: 18
                0
                Have you been to Singapore or Switzerland? From this place in more detail.
            2. ya.ya-ivan-stepanov2017
              ya.ya-ivan-stepanov2017 30 January 2018 19: 25
              0
              But the children of the "not corrupt" USSR occupy cool posts. Well what can I tell you, you are either a lackey of someone, or a provocateur.
          2. marline
            marline 29 January 2018 11: 39
            +8
            Quote: Bulrumeb
            And to look at them?

            And here is the truth. Let's compare with how our fathers and grandfathers lived - in communal apartments, barracks and temporary huts - and nothing ached. It seems that we snickered ... But now, after all, now we are not a Lada car - give a foreign car ... Maybe it's just time to stop whining and victories will appear right away?
            1. kapitan92
              kapitan92 29 January 2018 13: 10
              11
              Quote: merlin
              Quote: Bulrumeb
              And to look at them?

              And here is the truth. Let's compare with how our fathers and grandfathers lived - in communal apartments, barracks and temporary huts - and nothing ached. It seems that we snickered ... But now, after all, now we are not a Lada car - give a foreign car ... Maybe it's just time to stop whining and victories will appear right away?

              Do not watch, but learn from them. How did China! The first thing he removed from the ideology of the dogma of communism: the ban on wage labor, the development of private ownership of the means of production, etc. He is building his socialism, under the leadership of the “moving and directing”, and he is doing well.
              Our fathers and grandfathers lived in barracks and communal apartments due to the lack of other housing, the devastation in the country, and the restoration of industry after the Second World War. I myself perfectly remember the communal apartment.
              Lada !? This is really a tarantas in the field of safety and comfort, in comparison with similar Western products.
              About snickering! Who is snickering? In Soviet times, commies and bureaucrats close to commies. Who destroyed the Union and sat on the most desirable places - the same commies and their feeding. My parents plowed all their lives, experience of 45 years, and then all pensions were leveled off and so on.
              Need to work! Like the Chinese or Japanese, then you will not have to live in communal apartments.
              Now about the article. The article is provocative.
              The Russian president stubbornly rules the country and already looks like Brezhnev, the eternal Soviet leader, the journalist said. But this is not enough for him: he wants another six years to remain in power! But only Putin “is not in a position to offer a way out of the impasse in which he himself led his own country,” the commentator points out.

              Nazarbayev, who has been sitting as the "father of the nation" for almost 30 years, looks like an "eternal leader".
              I flew to Trump to bow, received indulgence - sit still as much.
              Let's remember in what state Putin "accepted" the country! Find at least one Western article criticizing the “bears and butlers” ?!
              Blame Putin for everything! He had and still have mistakes, first of all, in the domestic economic policy of the country and in the selection of personnel. And we know a lot, what arrangements with the mattresses remained in his inheritance after EBN?
              1. dSK
                dSK 29 January 2018 18: 03
                +1
                Quote: kapitan92
                Blame Putin for everything!

                1. dSK
                  dSK 29 January 2018 23: 36
                  +1
                  Vladimir Putin took part in the signing ceremony of the General Agreement between the All-Russian associations of trade unions, the All-Russian associations of employers and the Government of the Russian Federation for 2018–2020. January 29, 2018 20:30., Moscow. The document was signed by Chairman of the Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Russia Mikhail Shmakov, President of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs Alexander Shokhin, Minister of Labor and Social Protection Maxim Topilin. Agreement establishes principles of regulation of social and labor and related economic relations at the federal level for the next three years.
                  1. dSK
                    dSK 29 January 2018 23: 50
                    +1
                    Vladimir Putin: "Good afternoon, dear colleagues! ....
                    Let me remind you that decisions have already been made from May 1 of this year to level the minimum wage and the cost of living, which is 11 rubles. I want to say, - here is Mikhail Viktorovich [Shmakov] - that to a large extent this has been done with the filing of our leading trade union association. We met with Mikhail Viktorovich, discussed this topic. As you can see, we are realizing this. "
              2. rumatam
                rumatam 30 January 2018 14: 25
                +3
                In what state did Putin “accept” the country? In which? Not that he would have done it all else; everything went on as usual; changes have already ripened. There is no need to make the father of the nation out of him, and so there is enough merit, and the country is stagnant.
                1. gugol
                  gugol 1 February 2018 23: 33
                  +2
                  "In what state did Putin" accept "the country? In which? Didn’t he someone else would have done it all, everything went as it should, changes have ripened" He took it after ten years of Yeltsin’s rule already divided between the oligarchs, if you don’t remember anyone Now she will not be able to say how events would have developed under another ruler. Four years later, people became sick of Yeltsin’s rule, and he, the people (including me), cloaking Yeltsin fled with two hands to vote for Zyuganov, and why Zyuganov did not win, you probably guess for yourself ... and the people shook and suffered this falsified victory Yeltsin is still four years old. I’m not even talking about the state in which Yeltsin left the army after himself ... I wonder why NATO missed its historic chance?
            2. MadCat
              MadCat 30 January 2018 05: 50
              +4
              Quote: merlin
              And here is the truth. Let's compare with how our fathers and grandfathers lived - in communal apartments, barracks and temporary huts - and nothing ached. It seems that we snickered ... But now, after all, now we are not a Lada car - give a foreign car ... Maybe it's just time to stop whining and victories will appear right away?

              It was such an ostrich policy that led to the collapse of the USSR, instead of solving problems they were hushed up.
              1. marline
                marline 30 January 2018 09: 13
                +2
                Quote: MadCat
                Quote: merlin
                Maybe it's just time to stop whining and victory will appear right away?

                It was such an ostrich policy that led to the collapse of the USSR, instead of solving problems they were hushed up.

                There were problems in the USSR. They talked about them. Films were shot about them. And they were solved - if not immediately, even if not always as seen in dreams, but they were decided. And, somewhere else? No problems?
            3. gugol
              gugol 1 February 2018 23: 09
              +3
              I can not agree. My parents worked all my life at the plant for 120 r per month, lived in their house with amenities in the courtyard and stove heating, my mother washed clothes in the trough, swabs were taken out several times a day and at the same time raised two children, fun and big the company met all the holidays and looked to the future with optimism. I remember that my father as a child was happy when he saved up money and changed the IZH-56 motorcycle to the Urals. About Lada and did not dream. And now the son-in-law has already changed the third foreign car in six years and each worth about a million. I agree, everyone snickered and whined and whined, really like in the cult film "Lyolik has lost!", Guard! The country is in ruin all the poor and die of hunger, and from cars in no even a small city there is a single free courtyard with anyone you won’t talk about who rested in Turkey, who is in Vietnam, who is in Thailand and these are ordinary people on a salary, not even businessmen. Who writes all these panic comments are definitely not those who receive a pension of 10000 rubles. My sister has a pension of 9500r, so she doesn’t have a computer either, she doesn’t know which side to approach him
      2. victorsh
        victorsh 29 January 2018 11: 16
        12
        Do not confuse the hot with the cold. If you are the main fighter against corruption, you and your people MUST be honest!
        1. Petr1968
          Petr1968 29 January 2018 14: 30
          +1
          Quote: victorsh
          Do not confuse the hot with the cold. If you are the main fighter against corruption, you and your people MUST be honest!

          If there was a man, there would be a case (IC of the Russian Federation)
      3. Dead duck
        Dead duck 29 January 2018 11: 41
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        Quote: Dead Day
        but what about thieves who are “under house arrest”? there are tens of them, if not hundreds ..

        need to hang on the lampposts of the central streets ...
        especially "thieves" who constantly otmazyvayut.
        they don’t understand otherwise.
      4. andj61
        andj61 29 January 2018 15: 59
        +1
        Quote: Dead Day
        Quote: victorsh
        And what do we have from the headquarters of the main anti-corruption officer for NSOs?

        but what about thieves who are “under house arrest”? there are dozens of them, if not hundreds ...

        I don’t know what about everyone else, but there wasn’t even a criminal case against Belyaninov. The case was "on the fact of illegal movement of large-scale alcoholic beverages across the border and non-payment of customs duties." What evidence of the participation of the chief customs officer in such a case can be found through searches - this is on the conscience of the investigators. His participation - and this is the maximum - could come down to a private conversation with the head of the St. Petersburg customs in such a way: they say that such and such a company will be registered with you - you look there, like normal people. And that’s it! Most likely, in this case, employees of the UK fulfilled a “social order” to cover up a particular figure in the eyes of the public opinion. They didn’t dig anything with regard to him, but they covered it up to their ears. Such a showdown in the upper echelons of power. And we really are guilty above the roof. hi
      5. spirit
        spirit 29 January 2018 17: 07
        +4

        I remember on the eve of World War I, in Austria-Hungary the ruler sat longer, GDP There are much more laughing
      6. Height
        Height 2 February 2018 17: 13
        0
        "The petty person will talk about the petty."
    2. siberalt
      siberalt 29 January 2018 13: 22
      +6
      The clever doorman is caught, however. belay
  2. moskowit
    moskowit 29 January 2018 09: 32
    +3
    What can I say, what can I say,
    So arranged people
    Want to know, want to know
    They want to know what will happen.

    It seems that the message is very clear: anyone who is related to the “Russian ruling elite” and receives benefits “from the Kremlin’s corruption system” will be punished. All these figures are waiting for "international ostracism", ironically Ruche. The American law, in his opinion, is aimed at a flaw in the Russian system, a well-known contradiction: the authorities in Moscow “scold the West for anger and immorality,” and “secretly transfer their money to tax havens, send their children to Western schools and the pleasures of the convenience of American cities. " This "beautiful double life of the Kremlin magnates" is now likely to be "endangered." The clock is ticking!

    Amerikosy horseradish guessed ... Our lads if the Great Country and the People were able to rob, then here in two counts will find a way ... tongue
  3. Loess
    Loess 29 January 2018 09: 35
    10
    How stability in Russia infuriates them there ... And after all, as an example of “changes” they cite “perestroika” with all the consequences. And in the place of Gorbachev they see Navalny. One can immediately see what changes they are waiting for in Russia.
    1. ul_vitalii
      ul_vitalii 29 January 2018 09: 47
      +8
      Yes, they are waiting for the “sane” pusher.
    2. seti
      seti 29 January 2018 09: 48
      26
      However, it should be noted that the same Navalny sometimes cleverly pokes a finger at people like Seagull who at the very top and to put it mildly stole and snickered. In my opinion, it’s time for the GDP to purge its ranks, as Stalin once in 37 cleared his apparatus of the dominance of the “old Bolsheviks” and all kinds of crooks. And carry out overdue reforms in the economy at the suggestion of Glazyev. To force our powers that be to invest in Russia and not in another house in Geyrop. And so that their children also studied at Russian universities.
      1. moskowit
        moskowit 29 January 2018 10: 28
        +6
        And so that their children also studied at Russian universities.

        And we started training with municipal kindergartens. The problem with the lack of which the authorities solve in a simple way. Not by building new ones or confiscating old, sold out, but by blowing up groups to an abnormal number of children with a minimum of educators and nurses ....
        1. Mestny
          Mestny 29 January 2018 11: 24
          +4
          Lying.
          The number of children in the homestead is legally defined for a certain number of educators and floor spaces.
          And this is closely monitored by regulatory authorities.
          Confiscation is possible only by court order, and then in its pure form, as yours imagine it, it certainly is not possible.
          I don’t know how you are - we have enough places in the province.
          1. Overlock
            Overlock 29 January 2018 12: 01
            +2
            Quote: Mestny
            I don’t know how you are - we have enough places in the province.

            so the birth rate collapsed, and therefore there are plenty of free places. And Asia specially goes to Russia to give birth
          2. moskowit
            moskowit 29 January 2018 20: 57
            0
            As the hero of the movie "Garage" would say: "Take off your pink glasses, you are my gullible ..."
            So the sanitary standards and capacity of the groups have been revised in contrast to the Soviet era ... Groups reach 30 and more children .... Try to put them on and arrange for a walk .... Some parents who work nearby come to help ....
          3. moskowit
            moskowit 29 January 2018 21: 01
            0
            False

            Such peremptory judgments lead to self-reliance ... As the hero of the film "Operation Y ..." said, "Things should be looked at more broadly, and people should be treated softer ..."
        2. Bulrumeb
          Bulrumeb 29 January 2018 11: 25
          +4
          And we started training with municipal kindergartens. The problem with the lack of which the authorities solve in a simple way.

          And indeed, they would have taken and attached those in power to the usual district polyclinic and hospital, children to the usual kindergarten and school. Oh, dreams, dreams ...
          1. marline
            marline 29 January 2018 11: 33
            +5
            Quote: Bulrumeb
            And indeed, they would have taken and attached those in power to the usual district polyclinic and hospital, children to the usual kindergarten and school. Oh, dreams, dreams ...

            And let them go on public transport, but at least on a trolley bus!
            Although the stop ... was already ... that citizen also drank on the people's ...
            1. Overlock
              Overlock 29 January 2018 12: 02
              +2
              Quote: merlin
              Although the stop ... was already ... that citizen also drank on the people's ...

              and promised to lie on the rails
      2. aybolyt678
        aybolyt678 29 January 2018 10: 30
        +6
        Quote: seti
        Bulk sometimes cleverly pokes a finger at persons such as the Seagull

        This is not his merit. There in any poke, you will not miss.
        1. Overlock
          Overlock 29 January 2018 12: 02
          +4
          Quote: aybolyt678
          This is not his merit. There in any poke, you will not miss.

          only besides him no one pokes, because he thinks, "what if me?"
      3. Don
        Don 29 January 2018 10: 34
        18
        Putin would not have been Putin if he had put things in order so that the higher and lower ranks would stop stealing. Theft will continue to be covered up by the president’s jabbering. Although in foreign policy, he seems to be not entirely bad. So the people are voting for the good balabolov Putin and his poor environment. Clever people, ten or fifteen years ago, finally realized that Putin was the one watching Russia, who was appointed by the oligarchs.
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        2. aybolyt678
          aybolyt678 29 January 2018 14: 50
          +5
          Quote: Donskoy
          Although in foreign policy, he seems to be not entirely bad.

          Uses Army as PMC, for oil production by oligarchs
          1. alexhol
            alexhol 29 January 2018 22: 59
            -1
            Actually, this is the main success of foreign policy. Another question is that the interests of friends are worth the lives of soldiers. Well, as they say in Russia: "They cut down wood - chips fly."
        3. gugol
          gugol 2 February 2018 00: 06
          +1
          And we have people at least some ruler was pleased ??? We will mix anyone with shit! We will not stir up a thousand-year history, all the same, we are not looking for someone who would tear up for ordinary people, at least the last ones. It was a shame for Brezhnev, I couldn’t utter words without a piece of paper, I kissed everyone, Chernenko and Andropov will not criticize us because of the short stay at the helm, Gorbachev Judas, this country will be damned, will be damned forever, Yeltsin the drunkard gave Russia to divide the oligarchs among themselves, he destroyed the army of the people under him from stresses and gang warfare died much more than under the Stalinist repressions, now it has come to Putin's turn, now we are washing his bones ... maybe it is in us ourselves ??? Maybe you need to learn more decisively to achieve positive results from today's authorities than to constantly change them in the hope of a brighter future?
          1. Don
            Don 2 February 2018 00: 35
            0
            Quote: gugol
            Maybe you need to learn more decisively to achieve positive results from today's authorities than to constantly change them in the hope of a brighter future?

            Forward, please, with this slogan, demand positive results from the authorities. We are at least not as utopian as you are. We at least understand that there will be no changes as long as this government is happy with everything, as long as there are minions.
      4. siberalt
        siberalt 29 January 2018 13: 26
        +5
        “To clean the ranks” is to cut off your legs. Yes, and no one will. The system is hard knocked down. hi
      5. Petr1968
        Petr1968 29 January 2018 15: 04
        +1
        Quote: seti
        . In my opinion, it’s time for the GDP to purge its ranks, as in his time Stalin, in 37, cleared his apparatus of the dominance of the “old Bolsheviks” and all kinds of crooks. And carry out overdue reforms in the economy at the suggestion of Glazyev. To force our powers that be to invest in Russia and not in another house in Geyrop.

        You may not have noticed, but the theory of communism has failed. Money rules the world. Whom will Putin disperse, those who are betrayed to him and whom he relies on ?? And who will put them in their place ??? And what is Glazyev who offers to print loot in tons? Do you want a 200 dollar course? You can sit in retirement, but I still go to Turkey and buy geyropam and iPhones with foreign cars, I do not care.
        1. Hlavaty
          Hlavaty 29 January 2018 15: 28
          +5
          Quote: Petr1968
          You may not have noticed, but the theory of communism has failed.

          A knowledgeable person is immediately visible. And you can ask:
          What was the theory of communism?
          And what did she fail in?
        2. seti
          seti 29 January 2018 16: 08
          +5
          And then let the "theory of communism" let me inquire? Understand bugs on a healthy body are harmful and need to get rid of them. I have nothing against it - go abroad, relax, get knowledge. But the millions that you have earned in Russia, please invest in Russia. They should spin the wheels of our economy and not someone else's. Let foreigners come to us and also invest their money.
          But when one can do everything and do not give a shit about the Law. Everyone in front of him must be equal. Saw the forest or graze the polar bears - there is a choice.
          And when the guys in Moscow organize a race knowing that they will again be ousted - this is lawlessness. We would work for three months in sunny Magadan to clean the streets another time, if we thought hard, maybe it would be more fun at the computer.
          1. Petr1968
            Petr1968 29 January 2018 16: 43
            0
            Quote: seti
            But the millions that you have earned in Russia, please invest in Russia. They should spin the wheels of our economy and not someone else's. Let foreigners come to us and also invest their money.

            Yes, of course, and then an uncle from the FSB will come and say that I am a terrorist and that my business should be rewritten for his son. No, we’ll figure out where the money should be and whose economy to twist. Here over half of all those who have more than a million consider swindlers and thieves to be taken away and handed out to the people ... will go to you .. wait. Go to China, go to Korea .. and in our scoop only if you each other ЕГОО.
          2. Petr1968
            Petr1968 29 January 2018 16: 46
            0
            Quote: seti
            But when one can do everything and do not give a shit about the Law. Everyone in front of him must be equal. Saw the forest or graze the polar bears - there is a choice.

            I will answer Putin's words from the last press conference:
            I agree with you that there are enough problems, but I cannot agree that there are different legal realities. ......
            ..... Well, and about the fact that someone is sitting, and you consider it unreasonable, then - you consider it unreasonable, and the investigating authorities consider it justified. In such cases, only one instance can solve the dispute - the court. It will be necessary to further strengthen the judicial and legal system.
            1. Overlock
              Overlock 29 January 2018 16: 53
              +4
              Quote: Petr1968
              In such cases, only one instance can solve the dispute - the court.

              the freshest about the court

              A judge of the Isakogorsky District Court of Arkhangelsk fined 59-year-old Mikhail Listov 1 thousand rubles for publishing a photograph of the 1945 Victory Parade.
              The judge explained her decision with article 20.3 of the Code of Administrative Offenses (propaganda or public demonstration of Nazi paraphernalia or symbols), prohibiting the demonstration of Nazi and extremist symbols.
              The judge’s decision also stated that the publication of this photograph “may cause suffering to people whose relatives died during World War II.”
              1. aybolyt678
                aybolyt678 29 January 2018 21: 10
                0
                Quote: Overlock
                Judge of the Isakogorsky District Court of the city of Arkhangelsk fined

                Yesterday this decision was appealed! it has not entered into legal force. We will win nationwide !!!
                1. Overlock
                  Overlock 29 January 2018 22: 14
                  +3
                  how could this happen in principle? Judge is a fool? Is the law wrong? Or is it a system?
          3. Petr1968
            Petr1968 29 January 2018 16: 47
            +1
            Quote: seti
            And when the guys in Moscow organize a race knowing that they will again be ousted - this is lawlessness. We would work for three months in sunny Magadan to clean the streets another time, if we thought hard, maybe it would be more fun at the computer.

            The concept of majors did not appear yesterday, do not find ??
        3. aybolyt678
          aybolyt678 29 January 2018 21: 05
          0
          Quote: Petr1968
          You may not have noticed, but the theory of communism has failed.

          Did not fail. From each according to his ability (squeeze the juice as much as possible), to each according to his needs (physiologically minimum 3000 calories per day), a typical example of Communism is a prison. laughing
          With a dollar rate of 250 rubles, our own production will explode, expensive import will not be needed. I do not go abroad, I rest exclusively on crucian carp and ducks.
          Money rules the world, bye. While we out of habit treat it as infinite. But it is finite, resources are already difficult to obtain, there are not so many territories ... Mankind will return to Communism, which is not Soviet but Christian, for example. Jesus is the first communist, it’s a pity that he didn’t leave the Gospel, there may be some more communism, But it will be! or there will be no people on Earth
      6. rumatam
        rumatam 30 January 2018 14: 28
        +1
        GDP does not give up, "command."
    3. Grandfather
      Grandfather 29 January 2018 10: 11
      23
      Quote: Less
      How they are infuriated with stability in Russia.
      and people like it ...
      1. Mestny
        Mestny 29 January 2018 11: 20
        +2
        And what would you like to do - to select and share everything?
        So if this is possible, then far from immediately.
        And certainly not so, and not in the same way as the billionaire communists, presidential candidates tell you.
        1. Sling cutter
          Sling cutter 29 January 2018 16: 17
          +4
          Quote: Mestny
          And certainly not so, and not in the same way as the billionaire communists, presidential candidates tell you.

          https://youtu.be/V3v-PIKZ0bY

          Look you will like it.
          1. marline
            marline 29 January 2018 16: 27
            +2
            Donkeys Just like in the USA, only citizens confusing ZAO and "state farm" do not pull something on elephants ... rather, really .... like in Latin .... - cricetinae?
            1. freddyk
              freddyk 29 January 2018 18: 22
              +1
              Quote: merlin
              Just like in the USA, only citizens confusing CJSC and "state farm" do not pull something on elephants.

              And here the elephants. Only donkeys can be confused if black and white CJSC "State Farm named after Lenin"
        2. freddyk
          freddyk 29 January 2018 16: 42
          0
          It is in this way that everything will be done
      2. Giants
        Giants 29 January 2018 15: 39
        +8
        This is some tryndets! Some daughter is just a deputy head of the Ministry of Emergencies, but already a deputy with such property. It’s scary to even think about the children of the head of the Ministry of Emergencies! Why the hell 19 apartments? This is not greed, but some kind of pathology.
    4. Evdokim
      Evdokim 29 January 2018 10: 45
      +1
      Quote: Less
      And in the place of Gorbachev they see Navalny. One can immediately see what changes they are waiting for in Russia.

      It seems to me that Putin will tax another term, and at rest.
      He is not so stupid so as not to understand that five times to steer the country, this is too much. The question will be about the receiver, so six years later it is very interesting. hi
      1. AleBors
        AleBors 29 January 2018 14: 18
        +4
        Yeah ... I wish I could live now .. what
    5. Nyrobsky
      Nyrobsky 29 January 2018 10: 48
      +9
      Quote: Less
      How stability in Russia infuriates them there ... And after all, as an example of “changes” they cite “perestroika” with all the consequences. And in the place of Gorbachev they see Navalny. One can immediately see what changes they are waiting for in Russia.
      Yeah. And for some reason, not a single louse, liberal, even imported, even homegrown, is not indignant at the same irremovability in the power of Chancellor Merkel in Germany. Well, like, in the free European world this is "possible", but in autocratic Russia this is "unfeasible"
      1. Overlock
        Overlock 29 January 2018 12: 04
        +6
        Quote: Nyrobsky
        not a single louse, liberal, even imported, even homegrown, is indignant at the same irremovability in power of the Chancellor Merkel in Germany.

        Well then, for the comparison to be correct, we need to compare living standards in Germany and Russia
        1. Loess
          Loess 29 January 2018 15: 59
          +3
          Well then, for the sake of correctness, we will not forget that there were different conditions for starting, because Germany grew by territories and population by virtually annexing the GDR, and Russia lost vast territories and almost half of the population.
          1. Overlock
            Overlock 29 January 2018 16: 49
            +2
            the countdown is from 1945? Is there a later reference point?
            1. Nyrobsky
              Nyrobsky 29 January 2018 19: 28
              +3
              Quote: Overlock
              the countdown is from 1945? Is there a later reference point?
              Well, let's take 1991 as the starting point. The collapse of the USSR, the rupture of economic ties that existed between the republics and focused on a plan for mutual deliveries between industries led to the suspension, bankruptcy and liquidation of thousands of factories. A change in the country's development course from a socialist model to a capitalist one, when, for the sake of the market, the newly-minted reformers from Liberota smashed Russia's agriculture and industry to please the West, clearing their market for the sale of another's goods. At the same time, Germany painlessly found the lost territory of the GDR, tens of thousands of workers and a huge Russian market.
              1. Overlock
                Overlock 29 January 2018 22: 16
                0
                Quote: Nyrobsky
                At the same time, Germany painlessly found the lost territory of the GDR,

                and invested in this territory: according to experts, German unity cost 2 trillion euros. Eastern lands are still unprofitable regions that live on subsidies from the rich west. According to the German Institute for Economic Research, over the past quarter century, the territories that were part of the GDR have spent one and a half trillion more than they earned.
                1. Nyrobsky
                  Nyrobsky 29 January 2018 22: 51
                  +2
                  Quote: Overlock
                  Quote: Nyrobsky
                  At the same time, Germany painlessly found the lost territory of the GDR,

                  and invested in this territory: according to experts, German unity cost 2 trillion euros. Eastern lands are still unprofitable regions that live on subsidies from the rich west. According to the German Institute for Economic Research, over the past quarter century, the territories that were part of the GDR have spent one and a half trillion more than they earned.
                  Sergey, you wouldn’t confuse horseradish with radish. They pointed out to you that your comparison of the economic condition of Germany and Russia is not correct for a number of reasons at a certain point in time, which they pointed out to you. You, in turn, twist your record, completely ignoring the arguments. I myself can dig you a reference material about who invested how much in whom and who owes how much, but what's the point if one overlooks the root cause, which is the basis for understanding the difference in living standards in Germany and in Russia. And yet, yes, if we take the territorial size and climatic conditions, then equipping Russia is much more expensive than Germany.
                  1. Overlock
                    Overlock 29 January 2018 23: 36
                    0
                    Quote: Nyrobsky
                    to equip Russia is much more expensive than Germany.

                    and who argues about this! I agree. But if the whole "progressive West" helped Germany, then nobody will help us. We need to get out by ourselves. Living standards are not comparable for various reasons. But the well-fed burgher nevertheless chose Merkel! In a competitive environment, gained 33% of the vote. Looks like him, the burgher, everything suits. Our situation is different. Not any competition, struggle of opinions! When the diagnosis is not clear, the consilium gathers, and we are the same in the box — Medvedev, Gref and Co. And they say. that life has become more interesting, life has become more fun. In my opinion, this is stagnation. What fresh thought in their head ?! But GDP is fine. Who is around him? After all, the matter is not in Putin, but in his retinue. In fact, it is a single whole.
  4. Simon
    Simon 29 January 2018 10: 09
    +9
    Stagnation came to Russia. --- For us Russians, there is no stagnation! It is in Europe that they tell us about stagnation, let them see for themselves. Arabs were allowed into their territory, now they themselves set conditions for them, as they want, and turn them back. Indigenous people scatter from them. Men cannot protect their women. In short, got to the point! They imposed sanctions on us, so what? They themselves suffer from them. But Putin did well, quietly raised the Russian economy. He still has a term and Russia will stand completely on its feet. Then we’ll see who has stagnation! fool
    1. Gardamir
      Gardamir 29 January 2018 10: 23
      17
      He is still a term
      Well, you can’t do it right away. Well, yes, the money is being sent to America, while duck treasure is exclusively beneficial for health. Again, there is no stagnation over how many new billionaires formed in his reign. Are you Mr. Russian not one of them for an hour? And somehow, lately, people began to divide, both Russians are so BoHaty, and so Russian is below the poverty line.
    2. aybolyt678
      aybolyt678 29 January 2018 10: 33
      18
      Quote: Simon
      But Putin did well, quietly raised the Russian economy.

      what do you call economics? infrastructure for the implementation of imported junk under the names Ikea, Auchan ...
    3. Don
      Don 29 January 2018 10: 44
      13
      Does TV completely deprive you of your ability to think? Do not watch propaganda television and go once to Europe. You may understand how we are fooled on TV, while they send their children to study and live in the West and keep all the money in their banks too.
      1. Mestny
        Mestny 29 January 2018 11: 18
        +4
        If you have money, you are well everywhere. With the exception of countries building democracy under the strict guidance of the United States.
        And television in Europe - oh horror - is exactly the same propaganda.
        And in general, yes, some are not needed here in Russia, because in addition to the brown substance on the fan, there is no benefit from them. "To scoop"
      2. stivev
        stivev 29 January 2018 12: 48
        +1
        Is it really so good for everyone in Europe?
    4. Sapiens 63
      Sapiens 63 29 January 2018 14: 33
      +9
      You don’t have it in your brains washed with propaganda from the TV. And the simple people live worse and worse, those who urge us to rally in the fight against the West sent children there long ago, the money stolen here was invested or hidden there. Listen to the fairy tales about poor Europeans fleeing migrants, our migrants are not much better, and they are already in the vastness of Russia 12 million, and the main increase in crime from them. Russia's economy raised high oil and gas prices, so despite the fact that they stole for 18 years, 0,5 trillion dollars to the people, too, something went wrong.
      1. Loess
        Loess 29 January 2018 16: 01
        +4
        And simple people live worse and worse
        And when ordinary people lived "better", let me ask? Could it be that those
        who are calling us to rally in the fight against the West
        just a few years ago in total?
        1. Sapiens 63
          Sapiens 63 29 January 2018 17: 16
          +3
          So what ? Did not live well and do not try chtoli figs?
  5. Hlavaty
    Hlavaty 29 January 2018 10: 18
    18
    It is difficult to evaluate the article of one person in the retelling of another (such as "Rabinovich sang"). But it seems that the article is interesting. Of course, there are a lot of fantasies of a Western liberal in her, but there are also sound thoughts. for example, that "Putin avoids reform and offers the electorate only a" continuation "of the previous course." It is unlikely that anyone can object and say that everything is fine in Russia and no changes are required.
    1. aybolyt678
      aybolyt678 29 January 2018 10: 36
      +5
      Quote: Hlavaty
      offers the electorate only "continuation" of the previous course "

      Yes Yes exactly. This is depressing
  6. andrej-shironov
    andrej-shironov 29 January 2018 10: 23
    11
    A foreigner directly pours oil on Putin! It would seem like he scolds, but no, right at the end there is a refrain about Gorbachev and Yeltsin and a song about changes!
    But in fact, power was cut off from the people, as in its time Brezhnev. And the people do not have apathy, but quite a protest of their non-appearance at the elections without a choice. Yes, and from the bulk of the opposition as from ..ovna candy! It is a pity that the authorities do not take advantage of the opportunities that sanction pressure opens on us. Although, of course, the current government is a thing in itself, and before the aspirations of the people it is purely violet.
  7. Gardamir
    Gardamir 29 January 2018 10: 25
    18
    And they say Pavel Nikolaevich after the election promises to transfer the Yeltsin Center to children. Although a little reform, but nice.
    1. aybolyt678
      aybolyt678 29 January 2018 10: 41
      +5
      Quote: Gardamir
      And they say Pavel Nikolaevich after the election promises to transfer the Yeltsin Center to children.

      I read his program. A lot of populist. Obviously impossible. But the main thing is not! There is no mechanism for the responsibility of officials for failure to fulfill assigned tasks. He simply relies on a team of specialists. I think this is fundamentally wrong, the same Medvedev, under pain of execution, would be an excellent specialist.
      1. siberalt
        siberalt 29 January 2018 13: 30
        +6
        The mechanism of responsibility of officials in the election program? So it’s from a completely different steppe, my friend.
  8. akudr48
    akudr48 29 January 2018 10: 26
    +6
    Basically, the porter Ryush correctly wrote everything, everything is right ...

    From the alpine mountains he can better see what is happening.

    And about the 7th term, since 2024, for our permanent (or immortal?) Rower, he is right, oh, how right ...

    But maybe A.S. Pushkin is more right:
    He brings the stars from the sky,
    He will whistle - the moon will tremble;
    But against the time of the law
    His science is not strong.
  9. Freeman
    Freeman 29 January 2018 10: 31
    +3
    Further, the author hints that the Russian elite in 2024 will raise the question: why change anything at all? Why not sit Putin down for the next six years?

    Rather, they will make the Chairman of the State Council. There are generally no restrictions on time and age are planned. And the presidency will either be abolished or made accountable to the chairman of the state council.
  10. Simon
    Simon 29 January 2018 10: 34
    +5
    Quote: Gardamir
    He is still a term
    Well, you can’t do it right away. Well, yes, the money is being sent to America, while duck treasure is exclusively beneficial for health. Again, there is no stagnation over how many new billionaires formed in his reign. Are you Mr. Russian not one of them for an hour? And somehow, lately, people began to divide, both Russians are so BoHaty, and so Russian is below the poverty line.

    You are proposing to bring Navalny to power, it will be even worse, since he is an American prostitute. Under Yeltsin, how many American consultants we had! Putin kicked everyone out. Then he raised the army, the army began to rise production in the country. They announced sanctions to us, and the state is developing. Last year, they collected more grain than in the best times in the USSR. This is talking about something!
    1. Sapiens 63
      Sapiens 63 29 January 2018 15: 00
      +8
      You do not forget that Yeltsin installed Putin. He destroyed the army for a very long time, including with the help of Serdyukov, Vasilyeva, etc., and only the Georgian-Ossetian conflict and the fate of Gaddafi, who also decided to save on the Army in the last years of his rule, forced to start modernization. Well, about the grain, you ask who owns the largest grain traders and where the money goes, plus there is no livestock, because the grain is feed, and if not, it's all over the hill and the money is offshore.
      And look less Kiseleva with Soloviev
  11. Simon
    Simon 29 January 2018 10: 36
    +3
    Quote: Freeman
    Further, the author hints that the Russian elite in 2024 will raise the question: why change anything at all? Why not sit Putin down for the next six years?

    Rather, they will make the Chairman of the State Council. There are generally no restrictions on time and age are planned. And the presidency will either be abolished or made accountable to the chairman of the state council.

    Yes, even so!
  12. Simon
    Simon 29 January 2018 10: 45
    +3
    Quote: Gardamir
    He is still a term
    Well, you can’t do it right away. Well, yes, the money is being sent to America, while duck treasure is exclusively beneficial for health. Again, there is no stagnation over how many new billionaires formed in his reign. Are you Mr. Russian not one of them for an hour? And somehow, lately, people began to divide, both Russians are so BoHaty, and so Russian is below the poverty line.

    And in general I am a pensioner!
  13. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 29 January 2018 10: 52
    +5
    Andreas Rüesch in the major Swiss newspaper Neue Zürcher Zeitung
    It’s good from quiet Switzerland, where there is a bank on every corner and nothing more, to talk about the situation in Russia and its president. From there it’s better to see, and most importantly the situation looks “more truthful". Before the election, more than one bucket of slop will pour out on the Russian head, and tens of thousands of dollars will fall into the pocket of the so-called. opposition.
  14. Altona
    Altona 29 January 2018 10: 57
    12
    If you take a sober look at the 18 years of the reign of GDP, then, in principle, not everything is bad among these 18 years. GDP was able to keep the country within its current borders, ending the anarchy of sovereignty. Redistributed natural rent to state revenue. Conducts rearmament of the army. But if this was enough for the first 7-10 years of his reign, then further domestic politics began to diverge more and more from the real expectations of people. The money that should be spent on the development of the country is located outside its borders. The uncontrolled withdrawal of capital by the "Russian elite" continues. Inside the country, the total impunity of those who were able to “earn overwork” is a billion or more. Such distortions of the system lead to social protests and the degradation of many areas of the state. Meanwhile, the state itself is leaving the lives of people, leaving the concern for people to private-private education, private medicine and everything private. The state even refuses to protect its coat of arms and flag. Of course, this causes a lot of questions in people. Kim Jong-un with 10 carriers of nuclear weapons can defend its independence, and Russia from 1500 no. Can only "deeply regret and express concern." And most importantly, we have the decile coefficient the largest in the world 1:71. And our elite believes that eating too little, setting a physiological minimum for the population. The worst thing is that Putin always takes the side of the oligar ..., sorry, "businessmen with social responsibility." And no course correction is foreseen, only further hardcore for the population.
    1. alexhol
      alexhol 29 January 2018 14: 20
      +1
      I agree. Power corrupts any person.
  15. Mestny
    Mestny 29 January 2018 11: 14
    +2
    Quote: Dead Day
    but what about thieves who are “under house arrest”? there are dozens of them, if not hundreds ...

    And the picture about the Yakut deputy who shot down at the intersection.
    Probably, he first shot down and then robbed?
    You are there in the heat of attack, at least sometimes change phrases. You have to be more careful.
  16. Gardamir
    Gardamir 29 January 2018 11: 41
    +6
    They say about Grudinin Americans write articles in his support? Well, I don’t know, I don’t know. Here is a song in support of Putin, received a Grammy Award

    words
    Putin puts on his pants
    You think he's just an ordinary guy?
    He is no ordinary guy at all.
    Putin puts on his hat, its size is ninth.
    You say that he has a big head?
    Putin’s head is fine.

    He can ride his giant tractor across the Trans-Siberian fields,
    He can start a nuclear reactor with the left side of his brain.
    And when he takes off his shirt, the girls go crazy
    When he takes off his shirt, I want to be a woman ...
    1. marline
      marline 29 January 2018 11: 49
      +8
      Quote: Gardamir
      They say about Grudinin Americans write articles in his support?

      Thieves are sitting in the government. The president covers corruption. The people are not given life and the oligarchs rule everyone in the country. But we have our own patriots - those who are for the people. Yes, they are businessmen and billionaires, but this just says that they are excellent managers. It's time to throw off the rotten power and establish your honest and fair order.
      About Russia? No, not so long ago, just a couple of years ago they spoke in Ukraine, and now they want to return the "corrupt" Yanukovych. Want to repeat the "glorious experience" in Russia? When will you start jumping?
      1. Gardamir
        Gardamir 29 January 2018 12: 01
        13
        When will you start jumping?
        Something I did not understand you?
        Yeah, I got it.
        Grudinin candidate from the Communist Party. Communist Party for the people? How is the friend, comrade and teacher of Khodorkovsky an ardent communist and billionaire S. Muravlenko doing? I was very upset that I did not get into the State Duma at the last election? Do you know that one of the founders of Yabloko, the liberal Y. Boldyrev, was at one time a member of the interdeputy regional group, which was directly financed from American funds?
        Exactly ... "true patriots of Russia" go to power ...
        With you, everything is clear to the Communist Party, Boldyrev is the enemy of Russia.
        But people hanging Mannerheim boards, putting the Yeltsin Center and betraying the symbols of the country and our athletes, probably in your patriots? How much did an oligarch lover sell for?
        1. marline
          marline 29 January 2018 12: 10
          +1
          Quote: Gardamir
          .... betraying symbols of the country and our athletes, probably in your patriots? How much did an oligarch lover sell for?

          Tyu on you ... Didn't you shout here on the forum that our athletes are “traitors to the motherland”? Changing shoes in flight? laughing
          And in the passage of my post there is something to argue? So what about the case? No yelling and hysteria? Although there is something, yell ... it's even funny wink
          1. Gardamir
            Gardamir 29 January 2018 14: 41
            +3
            that our athletes are "traitors to the homeland"?
            I will now repeat that this is so, although the main traitors, as always, have nothing to do with it.
            Well, so that on business
            if you don’t like it, then this is not the case.
            1. marline
              marline 29 January 2018 15: 41
              +1
              Quote: Gardamir
              Well, so that on business
              if you don’t like it, then this is not the case.

              What did you mean by that?
              I will really like it if you can prove that the chairman of the board of Yukos, S. Muravlenko, had nothing to do with the Communist Party and that Khodorkovsky himself never gave money to any communists. That Yu. Boldyrev did not participate in the creation of the liberal party and never received money from Khodorkovsky and the Americans. At least - this proof will amuse me very much. Go ahead.
              1. Gardamir
                Gardamir 29 January 2018 16: 04
                +4
                Go for it.
                What did you mean by this? That Putin was a member of the CPSU, and what did he do as deputy Sobchak?
                1. marline
                  marline 29 January 2018 16: 11
                  +1
                  Quote: Gardamir
                  Go for it.
                  What did you mean by that?

                  Oh, my friend, what are you saying with strangers? Your thoughts are dumb? You were taught to write essays at school? Or are they still learning? wink
                  Quote: Gardamir
                  That Putin was a member of the CPSU, and what did he do as deputy sobchak?

                  We will not throw arrows. The fact that Putin was a member of the Communist Party does not prove that Khodorkovsky is not financing the Communist Party. Although, maybe in your alternative reality this is 100% proof? tell me so?
        2. Overlock
          Overlock 29 January 2018 13: 53
          +7
          Quote: Gardamir
          and here are the people hanging Mannerheim boards,

      2. Overlock
        Overlock 29 January 2018 12: 09
        +7
        Quote: merlin
        Want to repeat the "glorious experience" in Russia? When will you start jumping?

        and what. is it about a coup? Since when have elections become a coup?
        or you by the principle
        1. marline
          marline 29 January 2018 12: 27
          +1
          Quote: Overlock
          But what about the coup? Since when have elections become a coup?

          And what has the GDP already lost in the election? ..
          And then we all know very well that “elections in Russia” by definition cannot be honest if the current president wins, is that not what all “Western partners” say? And so what? That's right, therefore the question arose: when will you start jumping?
          1. Overlock
            Overlock 29 January 2018 13: 51
            +5
            Quote: merlin
            And what has the GDP already lost in the election?

            never. They just put up an alternative for us: either Putin or the Ukrainian coup. So I asked them my question
            1. Gardamir
              Gardamir 29 January 2018 14: 39
              +8
              or Putin or the coup
              By the way, an anecdote to the topic. "That you are all criticizing the authorities, here take and try
              really give it a try
              but this is a call to overthrow the current government "
              1. marline
                marline 29 January 2018 15: 46
                0
                Quote: Gardamir
                or Putin or the coup
                By the way, an anecdote to the topic. "That you are all criticizing the authorities, here take and try
                really give it a try
                but this is a call to overthrow the current government "

                Up to 10 years of camps under Soviet rule laughing
            2. marline
              marline 29 January 2018 15: 48
              +2
              Quote: Overlock
              Quote: merlin
              And what has the GDP already lost in the election?

              never. They just put up an alternative for us: either Putin or the Ukrainian coup. So I asked them my question

              And let's apply Occam's razor: maybe no one really wants to vote for Grudinin?
            3. Vadim237
              Vadim237 29 January 2018 18: 07
              +1
              It doesn’t wake up any coup, most of the people work, they don’t care about all kinds of stupidities, unlike Navalnov’s: suckers, parasites and senility from the Communist Party - under the general slogan "Putin and the government resign"
          2. Overlock
            Overlock 29 January 2018 19: 11
            0
            Quote: merlin
            "elections in Russia" by definition cannot be fair if the incumbent wins

            horror. you do not believe the president that the elections are fair!
  17. Mihail55
    Mihail55 29 January 2018 12: 07
    0
    We have created a state. Officials have grown together capitalist oligarchs. Take and share? Back to 1917 ... passed. Better to strain these ... fat! How many people did we do in Russia in Russia? Only on top - or a pointer or a checkout! If Putin can jump above his head and completely renew all this rotten bureaucratic army, so that they would chase the presumptuous bourgeois in the tail and mane, then he will have honor and praise for centuries! NO ... sadly, we will remain a country with missiles, but without a normal economy. Although this word is not popular today, cruel COMMISSARS should come to power.
    1. Anchonsha
      Anchonsha 29 January 2018 12: 40
      0
      These same commissars, Misha, will hang you if you speak seditious words from impotence. Still, for your commissars to rise in power, you need a revolution, or Maidan, like in Ukraine, and then frank Russian fascists will come, with the bloody behavior and actions of ukrofashists in the Donbass no better than Bandera. Do you want this for Russia or think it all the same. Yes, now we have rich capitalists in the economy, but if you touch them, everyone will be over the hill, which the United States is seeking. But Russia will remain poor again and you will again yell that Putin is to blame. The elite needs to grow, and for this you need at least two new generations
      1. aybolyt678
        aybolyt678 29 January 2018 13: 02
        +2
        Quote: Anchonsha
        The elite needs to grow, and for this you need at least two new generations

        I need one Stalin angry
      2. Ivan58
        Ivan58 29 January 2018 20: 09
        +1
        One generation (18 years old) has already profiled. And the rich capitalists, they will not return the money to Russia. NEVER. Moreover, they will continue to steal. And the government brought up over 18 years will continue to invest in Americans. And, by the way, they noticed in the article about the prohibition of investing American funds in the public debt of Russia. The system nipple blows there, and back ..... Medvedev (government) funds to America, and loans - FIG.
    2. onix757
      onix757 29 January 2018 12: 49
      +7
      Take and share?

      Let's just say, to return to the country what belongs to the people, namely resources and strategic enterprises. A handful of oligarchs have nothing to do with their construction.
      1. Bashibuzuk
        Bashibuzuk 29 January 2018 13: 55
        +3
        Now, I agree with Anchonsha? that the elite needs to be raised.
        Necessary. And precisely two generations. So that the third generation would organically become an elite.
        What about us? Are these former party functionaries, who have been burdened with impunity, and cling to them - the elite, or what? From those former functionaries, the children remained, whom cunning dads stuck in the domineering archipelago. And the kids there liked it. They began to consider themselves elite.
        Where I read, from whom - I don’t remember, but the meaning was this: ".. Look where and how the children of the current rulers, leaders go - and you will understand what awaits Russia."
        We look - at Stalin, at Khrushchev, at Mikoyan. etc. etc. - the children went to the military, to engineers, to polar explorers. In Academy.
        And now - everyone on Yale and Harvard is hanging out. Those that are visiting.
        And those that are not allowed to travel abroad are dissected in the Gelendvagen cars in Moscow. And where are they going? In the FSB and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
        Much can be called future teaching engineers among the children of hand-walking workers?
        That's the whole story.
        So the proposal is - to shoot the current "street".
        And start growing a new one. In the spirit of I. Efremov.
    3. Overlock
      Overlock 29 January 2018 13: 54
      +7
      Quote: Michael55
      If Putin can jump above his head and completely renew all this rotten bureaucratic army

      cannot, he himself gave birth to this bureaucratic army
    4. Alber
      Alber 30 January 2018 04: 48
      0
      Quote: Michael55
      but cruel COMMISSARS must come into power.


      No! Here are the commissioners, just no longer needed ...
      Quote: aybolyt678
      I need one Stalin

      Stalin is definitely needed
  18. Anchonsha
    Anchonsha 29 January 2018 12: 31
    +5
    Hey, Piggy, why are you writing so one-sidedly and perverting Russia's internal and external political actions? Why do you keep a sneaky silence about NATO and the USA, which pulled their troops to the borders of Russia, why the coup made the West in Ukraine. In today's Russia, such freedom has been established for the entire population, which is now absent in depraved Europe, and in the USA there is nothing to say. But you turned everything upside down so much that you even marvel at it — you blame us for corruption, and when we begin to fight hard, you begin to blame us for convicted corrupt officials who you think should govern Russia. Continuous double and triple standards you have for international law if it concerns Russia. You even have Western doping athletes allowed to participate in the current Olympics, but Russian no-no, although they were not charged with the use of doping Libertine, why are you silent about this. Russia now needs Putin more than ever to ensure the population’s security from two-faced Khryushas like you, from NATO and vile mattresses
  19. turbris
    turbris 29 January 2018 15: 23
    +1
    Oleg Chuvakin officially joined the campaign with the help of a Swiss commentator and unknown Leonid Ragozin - not very convincing authors for any analysis, frankly weak publication.
    1. Vadim237
      Vadim237 29 January 2018 18: 08
      +1
      She is not weak, but empty.
  20. Giants
    Giants 29 January 2018 19: 59
    +2
    Touching steel is published on Gazeta.ru. Beginning of the article:
    Large Russian business anxiously awaiting the publication of the "Kremlin dossier." Thanks to the US Congress, not only the oligarchs themselves, but also members of their families. Many of them spend most of their time abroad and getting on the list can significantly adjust their lifestyle.
    Do we have a heart? Let's sympathize with their family members.
    1. Dmitry Fedorov
      Dmitry Fedorov 30 January 2018 18: 39
      0
      Having organized such a boycott, they risk creating a comfortable stay zone for very wealthy people in Russia.
      Rossi acts very effectively under pressure.
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  22. Alexy
    Alexy 29 January 2018 23: 39
    0
    Quote: Sapiens 63
    And what in Singapore or Switzerland is there some other system or other value system? It’s just that they don’t have a rotten vertical built on the principle of personal loyalty to a self-aware, Mutko is just one of the most striking examples.

    Something is not clear to me.
    How can you say that there is no corruption in Singapore or Switzerland?
    Did you live there, work, do business?
    About international ratings do not even stutter.
    I have to travel a lot around the world and work in different countries with different people.
    So here is the conclusion I made: people are the same everywhere with their virtues and vices.
    And I assure you there is corruption everywhere. Another thing is that the mechanisms are different.
    1. Sapiens 63
      Sapiens 63 30 January 2018 09: 10
      0
      I can argue because I lived there once, and it is a well-known fact that in these countries there is minimal corruption. Moreover, in Singapore, the country's leader changed the situation by replacing friends and relatives to begin with.
      And what's wrong with the ratings? Is there any doubt that corruption is higher than in China and the USA? Or is it a shame that we share a place with Ukraine? Or do you have a 86% rating of the main anti-corruption fighter? As I understand it, you draw knowledge from the programs of Kiselev, Solovyov and all kinds of “intelligent” talk shows such as time and so on?
      1. Dmitry Fedorov
        Dmitry Fedorov 30 January 2018 18: 36
        0
        Of course, we have less corruption. The smaller the economy, the less corruption. Even in Ukraine less than in the USA. And if Ukraine had been given power, they would have instituted such a corruption court in the USA that it wouldn’t seem to anyone.
  23. oracul
    oracul 30 January 2018 08: 38
    0
    The author’s choice is somewhat surprising. To whom, but not to the representative, who lives on a bank field and is a masterpiece of the stagnant life of Switzerland, to talk about Russia's problems, and even in such a perspective.
  24. Gabriel
    Gabriel 30 January 2018 09: 41
    0
    Navalny, an eco-hero, the article is well written, but Navalny, the henchman of the Crusader, the Kirovles case, study and understand who the great opposition is NAVALNY)))
  25. iouris
    iouris 30 January 2018 12: 07
    0
    Power is a dictatorship. Only the regime of the dictatorship matters. To begin the "revival" you need to get out of the "global financial system." Otherwise, depopulation and the loss of the appearance of statehood will occur throughout the entire space of Russia-USSR.
  26. Reserve buildbat
    Reserve buildbat 30 January 2018 13: 31
    +2
    "Economic problems are based on" structural weaknesses. "
    Absolutely agree. All economic problems due to the imposition of gangster capitalism in the country.
  27. zp40
    zp40 30 January 2018 15: 23
    0
    All that "liberalism" which is the opposition to Putin. Who is running for president.
    There is no sensible program for the development of the country, but what is, with a thoughtful analysis, does not stand up to any criticism. Again, it all comes down to "take away from these and give to those."
    There is no real leader. Those that are “balabol” like “wow, I’m to them”, “oh, I would like to see you”, etc.
    And I won’t reveal a secret if I say that
    "They all have one task to remove from office as president of ONE SINGLE ONE PERSON."
    And that’s it. And then what will happen to the country and what to do with it after that if they suddenly win the election, they do not know or do not want to know. Because they are not used to solving problems of this magnitude and are not able to, they do not want to bear responsibility for the decisions made. Balabol in the squares, etc. it's simple. Popularity can be caught up with slogans such that it eclipses any pop star, but not any responsibility. Yes, and they do not want to be in the presidency for the above reasons. It’s better not to win the election and again “fight for democracy and justice”, working out Western money. Than really do something.
    And do not say that it is impossible to break out into leaders under this power.
    It would be a desire to do something, and not just "give concerts in the squares" - like Navalny (okay, at least I didn’t get to the polls), to perform with "tours" in America like Sobchak.
    Or at press conferences “slogans to push and smart words to speak,” and to simple questions about own finances, start “twitch, snort, shout” at those who asked and declare that the order of the current government that is afraid of it is like Grudinin.
    This is a circus tent, not candidates.
    That’s why there is really no alternative to Putin at the moment. There is no leader equal to him.

    And at the expense of lawlessness and corruption.
    Can we look at ourselves? Or let the state and officials begin first, and then we, maybe, cannot be ruled out, maybe we’ll "pull ourselves up."
    On a countrywide scale, everything is “wise.”
    And at home on a computer and pirate programs, and movies, and music, etc. .
    And "on the paw" that the official that the traffic cop is easier to give than nerves to spend.
    And all businessmen are directly all - they pay all taxes. Etc. etc. .
    1. Sapiens 63
      Sapiens 63 30 January 2018 17: 57
      0
      Are you an ideological lover of this power, either by training manual or by salary? Really painful arguments are similar among fans of the “NON-REAL ALTERNATIVE” ...
      If you do not agree with the policy pursued by the authorities, then LIBERAST, or an agent of the State Department, all other candidates do not have a real program, there is no leader equal to him, look at yourself, etc. I assume that there are certainly people who like KTOESLINEON, these are officials and members their families, part of the security forces, well-fed intelligentsia and, unfortunately, part of the population whose brains are daily poisoned by the propaganda poison pouring from TV. It is easy to manipulate popular opinion with the help of modern media.
      But those who are able to analyze at least a little what is happening with the country will vote for anyone and not for your idol.
      1. Dmitry Fedorov
        Dmitry Fedorov 30 January 2018 18: 34
        0
        It will be for him that he will vote. Because Putin is Progress.
        His mission is this.
  28. Dmitry Fedorov
    Dmitry Fedorov 30 January 2018 18: 33
    0
    The fact is that Russia, for obvious reasons, lags behind the leading Western countries on the capitalist path. And along this path, she will see the catastrophe of liberal capitalism and its decline. He will see before the point of no return is passed, and will have time to turn off. Stagnation is not in Russia, stagnation in the US and the EU, and this is no longer possible to hide.
    1. Sapiens 63
      Sapiens 63 30 January 2018 18: 42
      0
      Are you a science fiction writer? Where will KAPITALIST Russia turn in time? And most importantly, with whom am I talking about the country's leadership.
  29. Alexander Mage
    Alexander Mage 1 February 2018 14: 03
    0
    And what, in the Military Review, the liberals showed up?
    1. Height
      Height 2 February 2018 17: 23
      0
      And not only them.
    2. Sapiens 63
      Sapiens 63 4 February 2018 12: 11
      0
      Did you want to see here only admirers of someone who is here? Or, if you don’t squeal with delight at the next tricky plan of self-knowing, then a liberal?
  30. NF68
    NF68 1 February 2018 16: 00
    +1
    The mustache is gone. It would not hurt to begin with recalling what state Russia was in at the beginning of the 2000's. Raising the country to its feet after what was done with it in the 90 years is not an easy task, albeit with a scratch, but Russia is gradually starting to restore what was previously lost.
    1. Height
      Height 2 February 2018 17: 30
      +1
      Just some of the community are convinced that Paradise on earth can be done in twenty steps or in five hundred days. Naive, history does not teach anything! Just have to come a special guy and everything will be in chocolate. Why sit on your own, because the point is to have fun, not happiness ...
    2. Sapiens 63
      Sapiens 63 4 February 2018 12: 15
      0
      So what ? Maybe we will remember in what state the USSR was in 45, remember? And how has he changed, for example, in 18 years? Those in power are those who robbed the country in 90, and continue to do the same only on a much larger scale.
  31. Height
    Height 2 February 2018 17: 19
    0
    Quote: ya.ya-ivan-stepanov2017
    But the children of the "not corrupt" USSR occupy cool posts. Well what can I tell you, you are either a lackey of someone, or a provocateur.

    Give an example.
  32. Height
    Height 2 February 2018 17: 22
    0
    Quote: Less
    How stability in Russia infuriates them there ... And after all, as an example of “changes” they cite “perestroika” with all the consequences. And in the place of Gorbachev they see Navalny. One can immediately see what changes they are waiting for in Russia.

    They are just looking for adventures on their ass, such an entertainment from boredom.
  33. NF68
    NF68 2 February 2018 17: 48
    +1
    Quote: Height
    Just some of the community are convinced that Paradise on earth can be done in twenty steps or in five hundred days. Naive, history does not teach anything! Just have to come a special guy and everything will be in chocolate. Why sit on your own, because the point is to have fun, not happiness ...


    Here I am about the same. In this case it is better to hurry slowly than to break your forehead at full speed. Russia / USSR in the 20 century has twice experienced this and every time the consequences were very, very unpleasant and this should make it clear that there are other, less risky, ways to achieve any goals.
  34. OVR
    OVR 5 February 2018 01: 30
    +2
    After reading the presentation of the article by the Swiss Andrés Ruesch - my mood rose, the smile didn’t leave my face, the blood played in my veins ... Well done Ruesch - a descendant of the Swiss chocolate, watch, banking federation who spent time in the mountains during the 2nd World War. It is famously written - either from stupidity, or from ignorance of what is happening in the world and in Russia in particular. When you read this, you understand - we are going the right way - comrades !!!
  35. Gennady Fyodorov
    Gennady Fyodorov 5 February 2018 16: 40
    0
    Russians always live with an eye to the West! They themselves are not able to create anything! Create and save! No! Immediately, as the children break an old toy and cry for a new one!