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Black fence for Moldova

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The pro-Western agents in the leadership of the Republic of Moldova are ready to take any steps to prevent the republic from leaving under the wing of Russia




From Moldova - a tiny republic on the outskirts historical Russia, long forgotten by God, but by no means the US State Department, continues to receive alarming messages. The general essence of which is that the world hegemon clinging to this piece of land is not going to let him out of his suffocating embrace under any circumstances. There are many reasons for this. And one of the main ones is that the United States categorically cannot allow the formation in the deep rear of its anti-Russian Ukrainian front of a geopolitical enclave with an eastern orientation undesirable for them.

Meanwhile, there is less and less time for Moldova to consolidate in its current status as a wordless American slave, with its current sovereign masters.

This is due to the fact that according to the law in the autumn of 2018, the term of office of the local parliament expires, which in its current composition has long become a kind of conspirators headquarters against sovereign Moldovan statehood in any form.
In the upcoming elections, the party of the President of the Republic of Moldova, Igor Dodon - Socialist, oriented towards Russia, has the most realistic chances of becoming ruling.

Therefore, the main task of the local anti-Russian forces is to do everything so that this party never comes to power. Preparations for this are in full swing and in all directions.

First, the situation with the elections themselves, which may simply not take place, is unclear. Parliament has the possibility prescribed by law to postpone them indefinitely in the event of, for example, war, or some other catastrophe.

If there is a ready-made military-political conflict in the country - the Transnistrian conflict, which needs only to be unfrozen, this scenario does not look unreal.

Secondly, extremely tough measures are being taken to completely isolate the Moldovan population from Russia with a completely obvious goal - to prevent any alternative impact on the local mass consciousness and fully control the process of public opinion formation on the eve of the elections. In the event that to break them all the same will not succeed. However, one does not interfere with one another and the retention of the people in ideological rein will be needed by the current unpopular rulers anyway.
It was for this purpose that at the beginning of February 2018, the pro-Western forces dragged through the Declaration “under their control” parliament condemning Russia for the so-called “attacks on the information security of Moldova”. Under which in Chisinau they mean any attempts to offer the local population any other points of view, except the officially approved pro-Romanian elite.
Moldovan President Dodon reacted extremely negatively to the adoption of this anti-Russian document:

“Promoting extreme anti-Russian views in a country with broad pro-Russian support means political and electoral suicide. Today, the European Union parties, mainly the Democratic Party of Moldova - the initiators of the statement, have taken a step along this path - either in order to please the West even more, or as a result of a fever in which they have fallen. I very much hope that their thoughtless statement will not seriously affect relations with Russia. But, I hope, it will seriously affect their performance in the elections. And they deserve it. Because citizens need a geopolitically balanced power, not a power that fights with imaginary enemies. ”


In addition, the president expressed confidence that these provocative actions against the Eastern partner will cease at the end of this year, and then Moldova will fully restore its strategic partnership with the Russian Federation.

However, the President of the Republic of Moldova in its current legal status can do little, other than voicing regular protests. The Moldovan Constitution is spelled out as an ornamental head of state, elected by members of parliament and endowed with purely ritual powers. At the same time, the local ruling clique completely ignored the fundamental fact that the current president of Moldova was elected on the basis of a new constitutional norm - by popular vote. And as a representative of the whole people, there is a good reason to claim a much larger amount of authority.

But in present-day Moldova, real, and not ostentatious, democracy did not even spend the night. Therefore, Igor Dodon as he was, remained with his purely symbolic power. And even that from time to time he is arbitrarily taken away at those moments when he can somehow interfere with his political opponents.

Recently, in Chisinau, it has become in the order of things to temporarily remove a living and healthy president from power, so that, having appointed his own acting role, make decisions that Dodon himself would never have endorsed. This Kishinev "know-how" can be safely written down as a unique contribution to the annals of the "world democracy" of the western type. Indeed, such refined cynicism and the transformation of democratic procedures into frank fiction have not been thought of even in America, where, it would seem, all possible methods of fooling citizens have long been tried.

As a result of one such recent dispatch of its own president to an “off-line” in Moldova, for example, a new Minister of Defense, an ardent Romanian Eugen Sturza, appeared. Which the president categorically refused to agree on precisely because he openly looked into the mouth of Bucharest.

And it soon became clear why it was in the case of the replacement of the Minister of Defense that such a trick was needed. Hardly accustomed to the new position, Sturza immediately invited his Romanian colleague, Mihai Fifor, to visit. With whom he instantly agreed to create a joint Romanian-Moldovan army battalion.

“He added that the issue of creating a joint battalion to respond to emergencies is being discussed, taking into account Romania’s experience in this area with Hungarian colleagues - the Joint Romanian-Hungarian peacekeeping battalion and the TISA multinational engineer battalion. “I offered my colleague the model of cooperation of the TISA battalion, it only remains to analyze the direction of this unit’s activities,” concluded Fifor.


For which “emergency situations” Moldova may need Romanian troops, despite the nebula of voiced wording, it is not difficult to guess. Especially since the current Romanian authorities, along with their Chisinau accomplices, are quite unanimous that Moldova is just a part of Romania and there should be no borders between them. And consequently, the Romanian military, if necessary, could act on the territory of a neighboring state, as on its own. The blessing of the relevant experience they have more than enough.

Just these days, in the Transnistrian city of Bender, a century of unprecedented Romanian atrocities against the local population was celebrated.

“In February 1918 of the year in Bender near the so-called“ Black Fence ”Romanian invaders committed a massacre, as a result of which 500 people were deprived of life, 150 of them were railroad workers. They shot at the railway junction. The fence that fenced the railway station was made of coal from the furnaces of steam locomotives with concrete. This fence was shot, ”said Svetlana Ladygina, the grandfather of which Pavel Petrikin’s grandfather was workers detachments opposing the Romanian invasion. "


It is worth recalling that this Romanian attack followed immediately after the collapse of the Russian Empire, of which Moldova was a part. Romanians were in a hurry to grab as much as possible a piece of the Russian inheritance that had become unattended. And the Russians and Ukrainians, the indigenous inhabitants of these lands, then stubbornly resisted them.

The story repeated almost one to one at the end of the 20 century. Again historical Russia collapsed, now as the Soviet Union. And on the banks of the Dniester the war broke out again for the Russian inheritance. And again, the Romanians were right there. In the summer of 1992, the so-called "Romanian volunteers." In fact, the disguised soldiers and officers of the Romanian army poured a stream across the border river Prut and became the main striking force in the fight against pro-Russian Transnistria.

And now everything - the new "approach to the projectile." Which may turn out to be even more dramatic and bloody than the above. Because in Bucharest they understand perfectly well - this time, if Moldova, as a result of the change of political power, leaves Russia, it will disappear forever. And they will do everything possible to prevent this. And since they have practically no legal means for achieving this goal, all hope is only for “emergency situations”, the orthodox defense minister appointed by them in Chisinau, and Romanian troops specially invited for this purpose. I don’t know where this new Black Fence will be set up this time. But the fact that the pro-Romanian politicians are ready to impose the whole of Moldova on him, if she sends them to hell, I have no doubt a second.
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  1. Vard
    Vard 10 February 2018 07: 21
    +2
    While Moldavian builders are working in Russia ... All the plans of the adversaries are doomed to failure ... I talked with them ... Moldovans want to surrender ... Better than Russia ... It will not work .. Romania but to live independently ... Hungry and cold...
    1. ul_vitalii
      ul_vitalii 10 February 2018 08: 02
      +8
      If so, then Ukraine would surrender for a long time. The people are not listening. And in this case, the West will act for sure.
      1. Alber
        Alber 10 February 2018 09: 38
        +1
        Quote: ul_vitalii
        If so, then Ukraine would surrender for a long time. The people are not listening. And in this case, the West will act for sure.

        Therefore, we must help Dodon and his socialist party ...
        1. 210ox
          210ox 10 February 2018 14: 57
          0
          It is necessary to help. Not only Rogozin on the bike.
          Quote: Alber
          Quote: ul_vitalii
          If so, then Ukraine would surrender for a long time. The people are not listening. And in this case, the West will act for sure.

          Therefore, we must help Dodon and his socialist party ...
    2. 210ox
      210ox 10 February 2018 14: 56
      0
      The Moldovan people are working in Europe. Even more so than ours. And what they want and can is a big question. Are they so fluffy in the suburbs of Moscow? How do they get to their shoes again on the train.
      Quote: Vard
      While Moldavian builders are working in Russia ... All the plans of the adversaries are doomed to failure ... I talked with them ... Moldovans want to surrender ... Better than Russia ... It will not work .. Romania but to live independently ... Hungry and cold...
      1. dSK
        dSK 12 February 2018 23: 17
        0
        "Romania declares war on Ukraine". Ex-Romanian President Traian Basescu will submit to the parliament this week a declaration on the denunciation of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact and its consequences, according to which, in his opinion, Romania “lost” Moldova, as well as the Chernivtsi region and part of the Odessa region of modern Ukraine. Basescu’s status in Romania is very high - there are no former presidents there. This he uses: "I, as president, condemn the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact. And I intend ... to submit to the Romanian Parliament a draft declaration, signed by me and other members of parliament, on the denunciation of this pact and its consequences. We must do so."- said the politician in an interview with Romanian television. (Channel "Tsargrad" 17: 28., 12.02.18/XNUMX/XNUMX)
  2. aszzz888
    aszzz888 10 February 2018 07: 27
    +2
    But in present-day Moldova, real, not ostentatious democracy did not even spend the night.

    Mina delayed action.
  3. ver_
    ver_ 10 February 2018 08: 11
    +2
    Quote: aszzz888
    But in present-day Moldova, real, not ostentatious democracy did not even spend the night.

    Mina delayed action.

    ... who prevents them from returning to India? It 'warm over there...
    1. Alber
      Alber 10 February 2018 09: 40
      +1
      Quote: ver_
      Quote: aszzz888
      But in present-day Moldova, real, not ostentatious democracy did not even spend the night.

      Mina delayed action.

      ... who prevents them from returning to India? It 'warm over there...


      Moldavians should not be confused with gypsies. These are gypsies from India.
      Moldovans, Romanians are descendants of the Romans. Romance language group
      1. siberalt
        siberalt 10 February 2018 14: 07
        +2
        Gypsies come from everywhere! On them and gypsies. lol
        Russian saw on the street a very dark man. -Healthy gypsy! - I'm not a gypsy, I'm a black man.
        - Yo mine! Then what gypsies you have! belay
      2. Flooding
        Flooding 12 February 2018 08: 22
        0
        Quote: Alber
        Moldovans, Romanians are descendants of the Romans. Romance language group

        Extremely bold and illiterate statement.
        1. Merin
          Merin 13 February 2018 18: 16
          0
          Do you have any other evidence?
    2. Merin
      Merin 10 February 2018 10: 29
      +1
      And when did they come from there?
      1. andj61
        andj61 10 February 2018 13: 08
        +3
        Quote: Merin
        And when did they come from there?

        Romanians and Moldavians are the descendants of the Dacians conquered at the beginning of the second century AD by the emperor Trajan and immigrants from different regions of the Roman Empire who spoke Latin. Already at the end of the third century, these areas from the empire fell away and developed mostly independently.
  4. parusnik
    parusnik 10 February 2018 08: 22
    +1
    And on the banks of the Dniester the war broke out again for the Russian inheritance. And again the Romanians were right there
    ... Rome is a city and stands on the Tiber. Romanians are looking to shave. V.V. Mayakovsky
    1. andj61
      andj61 10 February 2018 13: 10
      +1
      Quote: parusnik
      And on the banks of the Dniester the war broke out again for the Russian inheritance. And again the Romanians were right there
      ... Rome is a city and stands on the Tiber. Romanians are looking to shave. V.V. Mayakovsky

      And the Italians from the city of Pisa, where are they looking? wink hi
      1. parusnik
        parusnik 10 February 2018 15: 20
        +3
        These lines by V.V. Mayakovsky, about the annexation of Bessarabia by Romania ... to spite the day ... in 1918 ... And about Pisa and Italians write something yourself ... You have a very subtle sense of humor .. hi
  5. Shkodnik65
    Shkodnik65 10 February 2018 08: 36
    +1
    Americans, Americans ... This is our underbelly, and we all hoped that they would crawl where they were going to crawl, all the more migrant workers say ... And the Americans did their job with quiet glanders. And so the former republics leave because of our gagging and conceit. And the PMR is now in a tight circle and, I will say with bitterness, among the youth of the republic, there is an opinion that leaving for Romania is not bad. Europe however. And Russia continues its manna about fraternity. The special services need to work.
    1. Alber
      Alber 12 February 2018 05: 06
      +1
      Quote: Shkodnik65
      Russia continues its manna about fraternity. The special services need to work.

      Intelligence agencies on Gelendvagen want to drive away, so in search of "running in"
  6. 23rus
    23rus 10 February 2018 09: 45
    0
    All the countries of Europe have gone to Europe. Why is Moldova worse? Well, it will be worse for them there, for some reason it’s stable.
  7. Olgovich
    Olgovich 10 February 2018 09: 46
    +2
    The socialists, I hope, will win the election. But they won’t be given more than 50% of the vote by roundabouts, postscripts (God forbid that he was mistaken). And, then again, the same whirl ...

    It is worth recalling that this Romanian attack followed immediately after the collapse of the Russian Empire, of which Moldova was a part.

    Error: this attack was only followed after the thiefwhen the power in Russia was seized by no one knows. And everyone around them considered themselves free to tear from Russia, anything from Poland, Finland, Romania, and Turkey.
    Before the thief, this was not even a trace.
  8. ibirus
    ibirus 10 February 2018 10: 20
    +6
    IMHO, Moldova is too insignificant for our leadership to have a headache about it. They want to become part of Europe at such a price - please. Why should we think about the future of Moldova instead of Moldova itself.
  9. Merin
    Merin 10 February 2018 10: 25
    +1
    ... "But the Russians and Ukrainians - the indigenous inhabitants of these lands then offered them stubborn resistance." ...

    ... "the so-called" Romanian volunteers ". But in fact, the disguised soldiers and officers of the Romanian army poured a stream across the bordering river Prut" ...


    I suddenly doubted the author’s objectivity. As far as I know, there was not a single Romanian prisoner of war, not even talking about the fact that any Romanian military formations would not be known to fight. And about Russians and Ukrainians, indigenous people, in general a masterpiece.
    1. nov_tech.vrn
      nov_tech.vrn 10 February 2018 18: 04
      0
      don’t doubt especially, let’s say that not all the “volunteers” were in uniform, but there were many trained nationalists, but there were certainly many weapons from Romania.
      And yet, before declaring something, read, for example, the results of the last census before the collapse of the USSR
      1. Merin
        Merin 10 February 2018 18: 20
        0
        So were the volunteers or weren’t they? As I understand it, they weren’t. As for the nationalists, I would not get excited. If a Moldavian is fighting for his country, then what nationalist is he? It turns out that all who defend their nationalist countries. So this is a good word.
        As for weapons, Moldova officially bought it from Romania. It was never a secret.

        And censuses are my hobby. What do you mean by that?
        1. nov_tech.vrn
          nov_tech.vrn 10 February 2018 18: 45
          0
          Well, look at the structure and resettlement by nationality, this time, do not distort, we are talking about the Romanian "volunteers" of the nationalists - these are two. As for weapons and not only small arms, you do not argue. I think about the long-standing Romanian traditions, such as the shooting of civilians in Balti by the Romanian army in 18, they should be aware and the locals have not forgotten, so the resistance was massive, and volunteers from Ukraine mainly took part in it. And what kind of prisoners are you talking about? Many times superior in numbers and weapons, organized units were opposed by semi-partisan formations.
          1. Merin
            Merin 10 February 2018 20: 09
            +1
            Moldavians -40%, Russians -25%, Ukrainians -28%. As far as I remember, most Russians and Ukrainians arrived there in the 70-80s.
            I don’t understand why then they didn’t like that the Moldavians claimed their rights in Moldova. If they did not want the Moldavian language, they could return home. What would happen if the Caucasians now ask for the separation of Moscow from Russia on the basis that there are more of them in Moscow now.
            As for the Romanian volunteers, I pointed out to you that there is no data on their presence, videos, memoirs, archival data, prisoners of war, etc. There is only Transnistrian propaganda.
            I didn’t argue about weapons, I look at you reading problems in Russian, it was officially bought in Romania and not only.
            As for the executions in 1918 in Balti, I do not know. Could you please link. But as for the locals who have not forgotten, I strongly doubt it. The fact is that 6000 inhabitants in 1918 and 156000 inhabitants in 1989 are completely different things. Most Russians and Ukrainians came there in Soviet times and simply could not remember anything about 1918.
            As for the conflict, there were representatives of many nationalities and countries, there were even Serbs. Zaporizhzhya Cossacks and Bandera were also present from Ukraine. But most were from Russia.
            And if memory serves me right, police and volunteers fought from Moldova. Moldova had no army then.
            1. nov_tech.vrn
              nov_tech.vrn 10 February 2018 21: 36
              0
              in the first place, I think, leave it to yourself, you write for everyone, when it was taken, the decision to create the Moldavian Republic, Ukraine, really wanted to create the Moldavian ASSR, as part of the Ukrainian SSR, how it was formed take the trouble to see for yourself if Of course you want the truth, and the Romanian invaders were senseless cruelty, not only during the first capture of Bessarabia, where they were 22 years old, but also during the Great Patriotic War and partisans, there were a lot of Moldovans, personally knew the kingdom from heaven to them. ast alas.
              1. Merin
                Merin 10 February 2018 23: 04
                0
                The entire text of our correspondence on the screen and the words "in my opinion" I did not use. So you can keep this gift to yourself.
                Also, you constantly change the topic of discussion and do not reinforce your words with anything.
                What is the matter with the Romanian volunteers or with the executions of civilians in Balti in 1918? Or have you already forgotten?
                As for the Moldovan partisans, I know that there were 7 of them. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
                And about the cruelty of the Romanians, please read.
                https://ru.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Инцидент_в_Фынтын
                a-Albay
                1. nov_tech.vrn
                  nov_tech.vrn 11 February 2018 00: 12
                  0
                  the gelding, the expression, as far as I remember, is also the expression of your opinion, the question is, do you not recognize the executions of civilians by the Romanian occupiers, but as for the partisans, and for you to rephrase, you allow yourself to scoff about them, just because they don’t can give you this in the face.
                  Regarding looting and bullying of civilians, study criminal cases, and you can write anything you want on the wiki, apparently you are not a reader, you are a writer, just trying to rewrite history.
                  1. Merin
                    Merin 11 February 2018 19: 51
                    +1
                    Expression: as far as I remember, it means that I was a witness. And the expression is my opinion, this means that there are several variants of events, but based on personal prejudices, I choose this one.
                    So keep this gift to yourself.
                    I’ll also ask you to indicate where and by whom someone in Balti was shot. I do not know about such an event.
                    But I know about such an event: https://ru.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Incident_v_Fyntyn
                    a-Albay

                    Unarmed people really died there. But you don’t care.
                    As for the partisans, I repeat, there were 7 partisans of Moldovan nationality in Moldova.
                    And about the looters, ask Kostenko.
                    Or do you believe in raped Bender schoolgirls?
                    1. nov_tech.vrn
                      nov_tech.vrn 11 February 2018 20: 25
                      0
                      yes, tell the gelding about Odessa and Chernivtsi, according to the penultimate president of Romania, also the land of Great Romania, and for the partisans I repeat, I personally knew two and they would have your face
                      1. Merin
                        Merin 11 February 2018 21: 58
                        +1
                        Sorry dear, you do not seem to have a logical connection in questions. Your questions are so widely scattered on topics that I get tired of following you. Can you talk on the same topic?
                        In general, it is not normal to lose the conversation. There is a psychological imbalance.
            2. aleks26
              aleks26 12 February 2018 13: 39
              0
              Quote: Merin
              Moldavians -40%, Russians -25%, Ukrainians -28%. As far as I remember, most Russians and Ukrainians arrived there in the 70-80s.

              If you are about PMR, then the numbers are not correct. All are approximately equally divided, 32-34%. And at the expense of 70-80 years is also not entirely true.
              Quote: Merin
              As for the Romanian volunteers, I pointed out to you that there is no data on their presence, videos, memoirs, archival data, prisoners of war, etc. There is only Transnistrian propaganda.

              What kind of videos? What memoirs? What are you speaking about? It's not over yet. But the Romanians simply did not take prisoner, who needs them for hell?
              Quote: Merin
              And about the cruelty of the Romanians, please read ....

              Do I have to read someone on fig? My father spent the entire occupation (he was 14 years old) in Tiraspol. Seen enough of Romania, without Matyukov does not remember them. The Germans compared with them almost looked like angels.
              1. Merin
                Merin 13 February 2018 18: 46
                0
                According to official figures, the total territory of Transnistria is 4163 square meters. km, with a population density at the end of 2012 of 122,4 inhabitants per 1 km2. Data from the 1989 census shows that three main, almost equal ethnic and social groups are settled in Transnistria - Moldavians, which made up 39,9%, Ukrainians - 28,3% and Russians - 24,5%, and slightly more than 7% were from other nationalities : Gagauz, Bulgarians, Jews, Armenians. According to the 2004 census, over the 15 years the absolute number of inhabitants of all nationalities has decreased, but to a greater extent - Jews and Moldavians, which is why the share of Russians and Ukrainians in the overall population structure has increased. At the same time, the ratio of the main ethnic groups has changed insignificantly: Moldavians made up 31,9%, Russians - 30,3%, Ukrainians - 28,8%.

                http://www.demoscope.ru/weekly/2014/0591/demoscop
                e591.pdf

                As you can see, in 89 Moldavians in Transnistria were 40%. In 70-80 years, most likely more. The vast majority of Russians and Ukrainians arrived in the years 70-80. They arrived earlier, arrived later, but most ...
                Smirnov, the first president of Transnistria, arrived in 1987.

                And the Romanians did not capture this fairy tale for children. There would be a Romanian, he would be shown on all the channels of the world to prove the Romanian aggression. Apparently, not found.

                https://ru.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Инцидент_в_Фынтын
                a-Albay

                Well, as you can see, the Romanians had more reasons to mate and remember.
  10. NEXUS
    NEXUS 10 February 2018 11: 53
    +5
    I will add interesting information for members of the forum
    The authorities of 10 villages in Moldova signed a "declaration" on accession to Romania. It is reported by Agora.

    On February 3, a “document” was signed by the mayor of the village of Seseni, Calarasi region of Moldova, and local advisers.

    Newsmaker notes that the civic platform Acțiunea 2012 organized the campaign for the adoption of symbolic declarations of unification with Romania. According to this media, the project initiators plan that in the year of the centenary of the unification of Romania - in 2019 - a “declaration” will be signed in one hundred settlements of Moldova.

    Prior to this, the “document” was signed by local advisers to nine villages: Parkova, Edinetsky district, Festelitsa, Stefan-Vodsky district, Gotesti, Kantemirsky district, Paychach, Kaushansky district, Ulmu, Bardar, Novye Rusesti, Pukhoy and Veseny, Ialoveni district.

    That is, the pro-European forces in Moldova are shaking the situation as much as they can in all directions.
  11. Mamka pula
    Mamka pula 10 February 2018 12: 53
    +15
    Romanians are only willing to fight unarmed
    And in the war - pooh
  12. ver_
    ver_ 10 February 2018 13: 43
    0
    Quote: Merin
    ... "But the Russians and Ukrainians - the indigenous inhabitants of these lands then offered them stubborn resistance." ...

    ... "the so-called" Romanian volunteers ". But in fact, the disguised soldiers and officers of the Romanian army poured a stream across the bordering river Prut" ...


    I suddenly doubted the author’s objectivity. As far as I know, there was not a single Romanian prisoner of war, not even talking about the fact that any Romanian military formations would not be known to fight. And about Russians and Ukrainians, indigenous people, in general a masterpiece.

    ..where on the Internet I read that they were not taken prisoner by ours ..
    1. Merin
      Merin 10 February 2018 16: 48
      0
      I doubt it. Such a move would have turned out: Here he is, the Romanian aggressor. Yes, he would be shown on all TV channels.
      As far as I know, which is unprovable, that is not. With the same success it can be argued that there were Martians.
      1. ver_
        ver_ 10 February 2018 17: 13
        0
        .. what kind of television was in the Second World War .., * calculation on the spot * ..
        1. Merin
          Merin 10 February 2018 20: 12
          0
          In '92, the TV seemed to exist. The Chechens are also the majority .. On the spot ... But there were so many shootings.
      2. nov_tech.vrn
        nov_tech.vrn 10 February 2018 18: 13
        +1
        Hello girls, what television channels did you recall? On which you broadcast about democratic Islamists who cut people with knives? or dancing Yeltsin?
        1. Merin
          Merin 10 February 2018 20: 13
          0
          Lady, there was Transnistrian television. Nothing to do with liberal tv. So many videos of that time on YouTube still walk.
      3. aleks26
        aleks26 12 February 2018 13: 43
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        Quote: Merin
        I doubt it. Such a move would have turned out: Here he is, the Romanian aggressor. Yes, he would be shown on all TV channels.

        It was 1992. Nobody knew about information wars then, and did not even guess.
        1. Merin
          Merin 13 February 2018 18: 48
          0
          Strange how it was, they shot everyone, but the Romanians forgot to shoot?
    2. NEXUS
      NEXUS 10 February 2018 19: 28
      +5
      Quote: ver_
      ..where on the Internet I read that they were not taken prisoner by ours ..

      Not Romanians, but Hungarians.
      As soon as the Germans entered the city (half the city on the right bank), 2 divisions of the Hungarians staged a massacre. What was the massacre literally: they chopped heads, sawed people with crowbars, pierced and punched heads, burned, raped women and children. The captured Russian soldiers were subjected to terrible torture before death.

      Upon learning of these atrocities, the Soviet command unofficially gave the Magyars command not to be captured.
      After 212 days of fighting for Voronezh, Soviet troops liberated the city and captured 75000 Nazis.
      Of the two divisions consisting of Hungarians, not a single prisoner was. 160 Hungarians remained in Voronezh land. Of these, 000 thousand on the territory of the Storozhevsky bridgehead.

      This is after the massacre in Voronezh ...
  13. Curious
    Curious 10 February 2018 16: 48
    +1
    Extremely primitive material. Wishful thinking. There is nothing at all about the current alignment of political forces in Moldova. That Dodon is a favorite is a highly controversial statement. In a word, analytics in the style of VO. About nothing, but peppy.
    1. Varna
      Varna 10 February 2018 17: 32
      +1
      Dodon was elected, but not appointed - which means a favorite.
      It is extremely difficult to establish political forces in Moldova - the exceptional venality and nepotism are watered. the elites exclude the absolute uniqueness of belonging to one or another force - they can easily switch to any side (the exception is perhaps the most purebred Moldovan Romanians - Timoft, Sturza and the Chirtoake family).
      The article draws attention to an interesting situation. The moment is tense. The situation in Moldova is such that small (financially, forcefully and politically) pressure at a given point in the application will lead to great benefits for the Western world.
      Russia is physically powerless at this point on the planet, Moldova is “conveniently” surrounded by neighbors hostile to Russia; its (Russia) legal justification for the location of the armed forces is extremely weak - the constitutional court of Moldova declared them illegal plus Moldova has a jur. the right to terminate the peacekeeping operation at any time and ask the Russian peacekeepers to leave.
      There is a stove, firewood laid, what remains? That's right - a light (elections in Moldova in the fall) and a gasoline truck (more nationalists to the square).
      Well, and ideally, the massive transition of the Romanian unionists under the protection of the green Romanian men.
      In all likelihood, 2018 will be crucial in the history of Moldova - or the province of Romania, or an allegedly independent country - in any case, without any presence of Russia in this region.
    2. NEXUS
      NEXUS 10 February 2018 19: 43
      +4
      Quote: Curious
      There is nothing at all about the current alignment of political forces in Moldova. That Dodon is a favorite is a highly controversial statement.

      Che, seriously? And the fact that he was elected by the PEOPLE and not by the parliament does not bother you, gaining more than 60% of the vote?
      1. Town Hall
        Town Hall 10 February 2018 20: 33
        +1
        Quote: NEXUS
        gaining more than 60% of the vote?




        Nexus ... always try to avoid numbers, dates, etc., specifics ... it's not yours ... try to get by with just a little nothing .. there is yours
        1. NEXUS
          NEXUS 10 February 2018 20: 44
          +4
          Quote: Town Hall
          Nexus ... always try to avoid numbers, dates, etc., specifics ... it's not yours ... try to get by with just a little nothing .. there is yours

          Do you think you look smarter with such a dumb trolling? wassat Well, think ... at least they’re paid denyuzhu normally for sitting hemorrhoids in the VO and stupid trolling?
      2. Town Hall
        Town Hall 10 February 2018 21: 08
        +1
        Quote: NEXUS
        Che, seriously? And the fact that he was elected by the PEOPLE and not by the parliament does not bother you, gaining more than 60% of the vote?


        Nexus .. write about rofar better ...


        1,586,887 votes cast or 99.47% of the votes processed

        For Igor Dodon 52.57%

        Per Maya Sandu 47.43%
        1. NEXUS
          NEXUS 10 February 2018 21: 41
          +4
          Quote: Town Hall
          1,586,887 votes cast or 99.47% of the votes processed
          For Igor Dodon 52.57%
          Per Maya Sandu 47.43%

          You, once again convinced, are a banal troll. These votes are counted without taking into account the 1200000 Moldovans who were in the territory at that time in the Russian Federation who wanted to vote for Dodon, and this is a third of the working population of the republic. I repeat, nominally, Dodon won by a large margin, gaining more than 60%, TAKING INTO ACCOUNT MOLDOVA LOCATED AT THIS MOMENT IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION, and they wanted to vote for Dodon. Do not make me laugh again ... better keep writing all heresy under the articles and get your money for the srach that you are trying to breed here.
          1. Town Hall
            Town Hall 10 February 2018 22: 02
            +2
            In short ... again crap and go on unscientific theories and tantrums ... frivolously ...
            1. Merin
              Merin 10 February 2018 23: 08
              +2
              It turns out that in addition to the official elections, there are also nominal ones :)))
              If approximately 13 million immigrants from Russia live in the USA and European countries, then it follows that they will nominally vote for Navalny, so what?
              1. Varna
                Varna 11 February 2018 09: 27
                +1
                Quote: Merin
                It turns out that in addition to the official elections, there are also nominal ones :)))
                If approximately 13 million immigrants from Russia live in the USA and European countries, then it follows that they will nominally vote for Navalny, so what?


                And who will stop them from doing so? But the Moldovan electoral commission at that time a priori deprived the majority of foreign voters of the right to choose. How ? Yes, it’s very simple: practically without opening any additional polling stations in Russia (it was actually possible to vote only at the Moldovan diplomatic missions - and there were several of them throughout the whole of Russia.) Accordingly, by washing and skating, the majority of voters were excluded from the electoral process. Motivation? Yes, it’s very simple - they say, it is technically difficult to do. After all, this extremely democratic and tolerant kind of election process will not bother you, is it true that everything is gentlemanly?
                Thus, having misled us in numbers, the Nexus did not at all give physical facts: some citizens (with a certain civic spirit) were denied the right to participate in the election process.
                1. Town Hall
                  Town Hall 11 February 2018 12: 19
                  +2
                  And how many hundreds of thousands of people in Europe could not vote for the same reasons? ... and who do they usually vote for? ... do not engage in demagogy. A Nexus is illiterate in all matters, a Persian carrying a blizzard will not write anything meaningless. A set of dull Internet slogans always and in everything
                2. Merin
                  Merin 11 February 2018 19: 26
                  +1
                  And how many polling stations did Russia open, for example, in the United States and European countries? 50 ?, 100?
                  13 million can vote there? So I will answer you as well as you to me:
                  And who prevents Moldovans from voting in Russia?

                  Democratic and tolerant.
      3. Curious
        Curious 10 February 2018 22: 45
        +3
        Nexus, I will not even discuss with you. Time sorry, honestly.
        1. NEXUS
          NEXUS 10 February 2018 23: 52
          +4
          Quote: Curious
          Nexus, I will not even discuss with you. Time sorry, honestly.

          I was not going to discuss with you. I always felt sorry for the time for such people like the Town Hall or you.
          1. Curious
            Curious 11 February 2018 00: 00
            +1
            Yes, yes, yes, all around these same ones, you alone are D'Artagnan. Familiar song.
  14. Terenin
    Terenin 10 February 2018 20: 41
    +5
    Quote: Varna
    In all likelihood, 2018 will be crucial in the history of Moldova - or the province of Romania, or an allegedly independent country - in any case without any presence of Russia in this region .

    But, we still try. hi
    1. anjey
      anjey 10 February 2018 22: 20
      0
      in Moldova there is PMR, and in the south there is Gagauz autonomy, I don’t understand why Russia does not work with the Gagauz people, unless you can rely on them and help as much as we can, they were always pro-Russian, I personally heard from many that they would fight the Romanians if Moldova united with romania ....
      1. Merin
        Merin 10 February 2018 23: 10
        +1
        And how will they deliver weapons? Trampolines or what?
        1. Terenin
          Terenin 10 February 2018 23: 34
          +5
          Said November 7, 2017
          "... Hot spots and conflict zones have become simply a profitable business for some, a link to extensive gray schemes for the supply of weapons to countries and regions with unstable military-political conditions," Putin added.
          1. Merin
            Merin 11 February 2018 19: 21
            +1
            Then again the Moldovans are to blame. And then again: why do Moldovans do not like Russians and are not drawn to Russia. Romanians are probably to blame.
            1. Terenin
              Terenin 11 February 2018 19: 45
              +5
              It may be as you say. hi I believe that the Russian authorities need to politely monitor the development of the situation. yes
            2. aleks26
              aleks26 12 February 2018 13: 50
              0
              Quote: Merin
              And then again: why do Moldovans do not like Russians and are not drawn to Russia.

              And who told you that they do not like Russians and are not drawn to Russia? You do not sign here for everyone.
              1. Merin
                Merin 13 February 2018 18: 51
                0
                Moldavians love to listen to Russian jokes about Moldavians. After that, they are drawn to the Russians.
  15. Varna
    Varna 11 February 2018 06: 21
    +3
    Quote: Merin
    Moldavians -40%, Russians -25%, Ukrainians -28%. As far as I remember, most Russians and Ukrainians arrived there in the 70-80s.
    I don’t understand why then they didn’t like that the Moldavians claimed their rights in Moldova. If they did not want the Moldavian language, they could return home. What would happen if the Caucasians now ask for the separation of Moscow from Russia on the basis that there are more of them in Moscow now.
    As for the Romanian volunteers, I pointed out to you that there is no data on their presence, videos, memoirs, archival data, prisoners of war, etc. There is only Transnistrian propaganda.
    I didn’t argue about weapons, I look at you reading problems in Russian, it was officially bought in Romania and not only.
    As for the executions in 1918 in Balti, I do not know. Could you please link. But as for the locals who have not forgotten, I strongly doubt it. The fact is that 6000 inhabitants in 1918 and 156000 inhabitants in 1989 are completely different things. Most Russians and Ukrainians came there in Soviet times and simply could not remember anything about 1918.
    As for the conflict, there were representatives of many nationalities and countries, there were even Serbs. Zaporizhzhya Cossacks and Bandera were also present from Ukraine. But most were from Russia.
    And if memory serves me right, police and volunteers fought from Moldova. Moldova had no army then.


    You, Merin, have a mess in your head and comments. This is not surprising, since you are firmly convinced that you, living in Germany, are certainly better than me, living in Moldova, know all the ins and outs of this matter. It is just as funny as if I tried with aplomb and “knowledge of the matter” to comment on the recent Bundestag elections, the influence of Brussels and the participation of French or Polish politicians in this process.
    Let's point by point:
    Return home to all Russians, you say? This is wonderful, but Moldova was part of the USSR dash Russia 200 years. I’ll print again - 200 years. For two hundred years, any nation becomes indigenous simply by the fact of the duration of residence on this earth. This is my land, Merin, I can list all the maternal ancestors who have lived here in these parts for 140 years; and on the paternal side - they always lived here, from century to century - and someone else will teach me where to live and where to move? !!!?
    As for the captured Romanian volunteers - well, Merin, it's just ridiculous, there is the Internet, video of interrogations of the Romanians, their passports, everything is on the Internet, do not disgrace, first study the material.
    I am glad that at least regarding the supply of arms from Romania to the state of Moldova (in whose territory, I recall, there was a civil war by that time), we have a consensus. Romania really supplied, exchanged arms with Moldova - the shameful fact of arms deliveries to the state in which the civil war is going on - is evident.
    As for the execution in Balti and I do not know. But in Bendery, I will write again in Bendery - there was a shooting in 1918 and we all remember this very well from schoolchildren to the elderly - it was the shooting of the city’s defenders from the Romanian green men - the townspeople surrendered, laid down their arms - and the Romanians who had already surrendered - just through one - they shot. - a shameless act, if that. Note, for the case, this fact proves once again - took up arms - so fight to the end to death, do not give up and do not ask for mercy.
    You write - there was no army in Moldova in 1992 - well, this is generally illiteracy - I just don’t know who, which brigades unlocked the surrounded police department in Bender, who stormed the city center, whose anti-tankers fired from the Transnistrian tankmen on the bridge - it was certainly not the army of Moldova, it was the Martians.
    Merin, do you even read the material first, you can’t russophobia so illiterate.
    And once again I remind you - this is my land, I am the owner of this land.
    1. Merin
      Merin 11 February 2018 19: 19
      +1
      I am very glad that your relatives have lived in Moldova for so long. Probably the Moldovan spire is no worse than the Russian one. I'd love to hear from you this wonderful language.
      Further, I dare to assure you that if I have a German flag on this site, this does not mean that I live in Germany. And the Bundestag elections and the influence of Brussels for me are at least as far away as they are for you, if not further. So it is not yet known who has cereal in the head.
      For reference, I inform you that Moldova was part of Russia for 154 years. But what's next? Do you want to say that Caucasians will have the right to demand the withdrawal of Moscow from Russia? Since they are also part of Russia for at least 150 years. Or do they not have that right? After all, following your words, in fact they are the indigenous peoples of Russia.
      You are probably already the third on this topic who claims that Romanian volunteers fought in Transnistria. I asked the others and I ask you too: show me this video where the Romanian is interrogated. I wrote in black and white that there is no such video. Please convince me, show this video, do not repeat the same as others hoping to convince me with words. Otherwise, this topic is closed.
      I am very offended that someone accuses me of Russophobia. I ask you to indicate where it is I so snickered. I always try to be correct and impartial. I am very concerned about the fact that you, for example, condemn Romania for selling arms to Moldova in '92, since, as you put it, there was a civil war. Following the fact that there is a civil war in Syria and it is known that Russia supplies weapons to one of the parties, then according to your words, Russia makes the shameful fact of delivering weapons to the state in which the civil war is going on, just like Romania in 1992 to Moldova. Or is there already another incident and this, in this case, a shameful fact does not apply? Please specify.

      As for the shootings, whether in Balti or in Bender, I see you really care about the shooting of the city’s defenders.
      What can you say about the execution of civilians, including women, children and the elderly ?:
      https://ru.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Инцидент_в_Фынтын
      a-Albay
      Does it upset you? No?
      Again zhezh repeat. The population of Bender in 1918, about 5 thousand people. Bender population in 1989, 130 thousand. But everyone remembers. Very interesting.
      As for the Moldavian army in 1992. Let me remind you that it was created in September 1991. During the hostilities in Bender, its number reached several hundred people. And in the hostilities to participate about 20 thousand people. Most were volunteers and police officers.
      1. aleks26
        aleks26 12 February 2018 14: 02
        0
        Quote: Merin
        I am very glad that your relatives have lived in Moldova for so long. Probably the Moldovan spire is no worse than the Russian one. I'd love to hear from you this wonderful language.

        Merin, I am a native of this country, and what language should I speak let me decide, as well as other inhabitants of this land. And by the way, everything is fine with this question, whoever wants what, he communicates on this one. even in Swahili. As for the state language, it so happened historically that Russian turned out to be the most widely spoken language in the PMR and therefore it is quite logical that it became a state language. In short, do not learn to live.
        1. Merin
          Merin 13 February 2018 19: 04
          0
          As far as I know, only one people has formed in this territory. This is Moldovans. So no offense. You can speak what language you want.
          But at the expense of everything is fine, I would slow down. In the USSR, too, everything seemed to be — fine. And then it turned out that all the peoples were not so happy there. And historically, I wouldn’t have had enough. This does not explain or prove anything. We must follow the law. There are 3 state languages ​​in Transnistria. And the whole process of public administration should be in 3 languages. Otherwise, the whole constitution is a piece of paper that costs less than the paper on which it is written. But in fact, all paperwork is conducted in Russian. And in Ukrainian and Moldavian zero. This naturally leads to embitterment of Ukrainians and Moldavians. Now it may be imperceptible, but time will pass and they will show. And then you, in fact, like the Russians in 90, will scratch your head and ask yourself: where did it come from and why did they not like us so much? Romanians are probably to blame.
          Imagine what is happening in Russia. And Russians in Russia are forced to speak another language because: it has historically developed.