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Project "ZZ". Russia is weak and unlucky. And so she must be afraid

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Putin’s Russia is dangerous because this country is a dying force. Its future looks bleak, Russia's dependence on the export of raw materials is growing, and the decrepit political system is not in a position to provide for mature changes. Putin provides supporters with payments that security and military officials receive, foreign experts say. However, this "stability" will not go far. The most terrible thing will happen when Russia collapses. The collapse of the Russian Federation will immediately create a threat of nuclear proliferation. weapons...




Presidential aides Trump said that Mr. President is taking far more “tougher measures” against Putin than critics (Trump) believe him to be. Yes, Mr. Trump has not yet introduced any sanctions against the Russian oligarchs who fell into the Kremlin report, however, according to the three American officials who organized a special briefing, it is not that simple, because the United States must coordinate with the allies. However, Trump and Putin still act "hard."

This is written by D. Sevastopulo and K. Manson in the influential edition Financial Times.

“We must be very careful about Russia,” one official warned. “If the approach to Russia turns out to be overly politicized, then it will be bad when the same question reaches China, North Korea and Iran.” “I want to assure you that we are doing a lot of work. We take this very seriously, ”said a spokesman for Trump.

According to White House officials, President Trump took "a series of tough actions against Russia." Last summer, he introduced additional sanctions, due to the old reason - Russia's annexation of the Crimea peninsula. In addition, the other day, he took in the "sight" two companies that were included in the list of 16 Russian citizens and groups named in the indictment of Special Prosecutor Robert Muller.

Also, officials from the administration noted that the national security strategy and national defense strategy published by the government identified Russia as a "revisionist power" and an "opponent" of the United States. While in Europe, US Secretary of Defense Mr. Mattis declared “Russian aggression” and the interference of “Russians in our elections.”

Finally, the Pentagon is taking steps to increase the number of military personnel and equipment "to counter Russian ambitions" in Europe. The Pentagon intends to double funding (to 6,5 billion dollars) in the area of ​​the European Union's containment initiative, which, as you know, is aimed at countering Russia.



Earlier, in December last year, Trump signed a law prohibiting US agencies from using software from Kaspersky Lab because of concerns about "Kremlin influence."

Last week, Washington blamed Russia for a cyber attack on Ukraine by launching the NotPetya virus. One official noted that the United States is preparing a response to the attack.

In addition, the Trump team recalled that the president had approved the delivery of lethal weapons to Ukraine.

Thus, Mr. Trump tried his best to convince political circles in Washington of his “toughness” with Putin. And it finds understanding ... in Russia.

US Relations with Russia Reached Lowest historical temperatures, the authors admit. According to Russian officials, over the past year, the atmosphere of bilateral relations has become worse than it was under Obama. Curious, but few Russians believe that Mr. Trump turned out to be tougher in relation to Russia than his predecessor. Moscow considers Trump a hostage to the establishment, which implements the liberal values ​​once extolled by Obama. However, Putin “rejects such values,” journalists say.

Project "ZZ". Russia is weak and unlucky. And so she must be afraid


According to columnist Henry Ergas, writing for "The Australian"The risk for the United States is that America’s external political institutions are even more obsessed with Vladimir Putin than was typical of the Obama administration. But already at that time, Minister of Defense Ashton Carter called Russia the most serious security problem (China, North Korea, Iran and the Islamic State (prohibited in the Russian Federation) were in the following places).

However, the reality is that Russia is a dying force, the analyst believes.

Its gross national income, measured by purchasing power parity, is now hardly more than Russia’s 1990 of the year. The Russian economy was then six times larger than the Australian economy! However, due to stagnation, this gap has almost halved, the author notes. The prospect of returning oil prices to the maximum level of 2008 of the year seems unrealistic. Russia has generally gloomy prospects, especially since it is becoming “increasingly dependent on the export of raw materials.”

Russia's political system is unable to bring about changes that the country "desperately needs," the author writes further. Former gangsterism simply replaced the "predation of corrupt officials."

Henry Ergas considers Putin’s form of government “too personalized.” The board relies first on its [Putin's] high approval ratings. But such a power does not have a stable base. Instead, the Kremlin relies on generous payments to "henchmen, military and security forces."

But if the economy has a slow growth rate, then the financing of both the power structures and the social spending programs necessary to preserve social harmony will prove to be prohibitively difficult.

And here lies the danger to the world. Some might be drawn to “foreign adventures,” especially if they enter into resonance “with the regime’s nationalist rhetoric.” On the other hand, the “Russian raids” have so far been mostly just measures of reaction. The influence of Moscow remains “muffled” even in the “near abroad”. And the attempts of Russia themselves to strengthen the populist movements in developed democracies “gave tiny dividends”.

Therefore, it is difficult not to agree with Dmitri Trenin from the Moscow Carnegie Center, who claims that "the West should be more afraid of Russia's weakness than its strength."

The collapse of Russia will probably be accompanied by the collapse of the federation. And this will create an "immediate threat of nuclear proliferation." Large Asian territories will be simultaneously destabilized.



Putin’s popularity, the author adds, makes such a collapse unlikely in the short term. But, as Tony Brenton, the former British ambassador to Russia, “in Russia with its particularly opaque and repressive traditions,” gives the impression of a “submissive consent” of society with the rulers. But this is only an impression, and it is deceptive. The expression of Alexander Pushkin about the "senseless and merciless" Russian revolt is known, and it is not outdated at all.

Therefore, the world "has something to worry about," summarizes Ergas.

Dominic Fache writes on the same topic. «Les Echos». Fache is an energy expert and head of the Russian Technology Foundation.

According to the expert, the Russian election campaign is surrounded by uncertainty. For example, Ksenia Sobchak has already stated that Putin is elected, and therefore she is fighting for the next round. Fache notes that Putin apparently “belongs to history,” and his cycle is “ending.” Russia has become entangled in its own history, and this has not happened for the first time. Turning points always gave rise to tragic farces. On the historical list: Troubles, the Decembrist uprising, Bolshevism (the very name of which is nonsense, since the Bolsheviks were a minority), the collapse of the USSR, which Putin suddenly declared the greatest catastrophe. Therefore, Fache chose Chernomyrdin's aphorism as an illustration of Russian history: “They wanted the best, but it turned out as always!”

Chronic bad luck clung to the fate of Russia!

Meanwhile, Russia has regained confidence in the community of nations. Russians themselves, or rather, many of them believe in it. But why? Russia's GDP at its highest point took up a position between Italy and Indonesia. This GDP is very far from that of the United States, China or a united Europe. Russia is characterized by a model of structural corruption that has permeated the entire society, and especially the elite, the expert writes. There are double standards. Hence, the likely occurrence of fateful situations that are not predicted by the most courageous futurologist.

* * *


In short, anything is possible, but ... God forbid!

Foreign experts no longer hide: they are not afraid of the kind of Russia that lives under Putin. They are scared of Russia in the "round", which Sobchak reported. No one is able to predict what will happen to the country and, consequently, to the planet, after the 2024 year, when Putin will move away from power. What a terrible scenario awaits "unlucky" Russia? And how will this affect the fate of the world?

The times of Pushkin are long gone. Like the times of the Troubles. Now changes in the form of a “tragic farce” can affect not only the country, but also spread to the whole world. The collapse of the "federation", which is predicted by other analysts, will turn half the world into an arena of nuclear proliferation, and then confrontation. Hence, foreign fear: a dying Russia must be more afraid than a living Russia.

In this case, perhaps the West should help Russia to become stronger? Less will have to be afraid!
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  1. andrej-shironov
    andrej-shironov 26 February 2018 09: 51
    +20
    I do not care about the USA, the West, its analysts! I am worried about my Motherland-Russia! In one, analysts are right: Putin has become entangled in his power! The power elite completely broke away from the people, the ball is ruled by oligarchs who pump money from the population! Around nepotism and corruption, as well as the irresponsibility of the authorities! In a word, a mess !!! And God forbid, after this mess another humpback will come again !!!
    1. siberalt
      siberalt 26 February 2018 10: 00
      +12
      Partly the USA is right, but the pitch is not at the right gate. In Russia, the system is subject to total reconfiguration. However, Putin has already announced this. In Dagestan, the development of a mechanism for such events has already begun. winked
      1. Stas157
        Stas157 26 February 2018 10: 13
        +5
        . However, the reality is that Russia is a dying force, the analyst believes.
        Its gross national income, measured by purchasing power parity, is now hardly more than Russia’s 1990 of the year. The Russian economy was then six times larger than the Australian economy! However, due to stagnation, this gap has almost halved, the author notes. The prospect of returning oil prices to the maximum level of 2008 of the year seems unrealistic. Russia has generally gloomy prospects, especially since it is becoming “increasingly dependent on the export of raw materials.”

        Gentlemen, zaputintsy, can anyone challenge this assessment of Putin’s rule?
        Weighed, measured ... and declared unfit.
        1. krops777
          krops777 26 February 2018 11: 15
          +12
          Gentlemen, zaputintsy, can anyone challenge this assessment of Putin’s rule?


          And why challenge it? this is nonsense, just a set of letters and terms, the author at least brought the numbers, and yet it touches me
          Instead, the Kremlin relies on generous payments to "minions, military and security forces"
          Where is the proof? Analysts divorced pancake.
          1. Stas157
            Stas157 26 February 2018 21: 40
            +3
            Quote: krops777
            And why challenge it? this is nonsense, just a set of letters and terms

            Quote: SPACE
            Believing in idiocy, as well as challenging idiocy, is also idiocy.

            Quote: SPACE
            Believing in idiocy, as well as challenging idiocy, is also idiocy.

            Quote: Captain45
            A donkey cannot be proved that he is a donkey, because he is a DONKEY!

            Quote: Varyag_0711
            The country was put on an oil needle even in the late USSR, so what does Putin have to do with it?

            Is that all you can argue with that ??
            The Russian economy was then six times larger than the economy of Australia! However, due to stagnation, this gap was reduced by almost half

            All this is nonsense and compote ... Obviously then, when DAM said his catch phrase, regarding claims of corruption, was it enough for you?
        2. SPACE
          SPACE 26 February 2018 11: 20
          +9
          Quote: Stas157
          However, the reality is that Russia is a dying force

          Quote: Stas157
          can anyone dispute this assessment of Putin’s rule?

          Do you agree with this?
          Believing in idiocy, as well as challenging idiocy, is also idiocy. fool
          1. Captain45
            Captain45 26 February 2018 12: 04
            +12
            Quote: SPACE
            Believing in idiocy, as well as challenging idiocy, is also idiocy.

            A donkey cannot be proved that he is a donkey, because he is a DONKEY! laughing
        3. Varyag_0711
          Varyag_0711 26 February 2018 11: 28
          +22
          Stas157 Today, 10: 13 ↑ New
          Gentlemen, zaputintsy, can anyone challenge this assessment of Putin’s rule?
          I am not a Sputnik, I also have many questions for the current government and specifically Putin, but nevertheless I can challenge this "assessment".
          I served in the very collapse of the country from 1991 to 1993, and I saw that army and I see the one that is now. Do you need to compare or do you manage it all the same?
          The country was put on an oil needle even in the late USSR, so what does Putin have to do with it? Or did the USSR also personally collapse Putin? Who should build modern enterprises under the conditions of wild capitalism in Russia? Again Putin or all the same those who have the means and talent for this? Or what should it look like? Putin must build factories on budget money, which by the way go to the budget from the sale of raw materials, and then where to put these plants? Give to private hands? And if you don’t give, then at their helm whom to put? Well, will we have alongside Gazprom, Rosneft, Russian Railways and other semi-state enterprises several more of the same, where the same Millers, Grefs and others will be at the helm, will it make it easier for you?
          In the current conditions there will be no return to the USSR, however much you, I or others would like to. And under capitalism, it is not Putin who must build the plants, but the capitalists. Can you make them do it, better than Putin can do it? Or do you really believe that the strawberry oligarch Grudinin will be able to do this? Well, well, blessed is he who believes.
          For me personally, there is one most important criterion for evaluating the president’s activities, and this is the constant squeal from all the liberal and pro-Western gates that Putin should leave. And the more this screech will be, the more I will be sure that it is necessary to vote for Putin.
          Well, howling about how everything is bad with us and that the country is about to fall apart, I have heard for the past 15 years, if not more. So do not wait ...
          1. mkop
            mkop 26 February 2018 12: 41
            +10
            Today it’s fashionable to blame Putin. The cat is dead - Putin is to blame, the sausage in the refrigerator is rotten - definitely Putin.
            But Western analysts are generally the top of cretinism. The conclusion from their articles is that the only Russia that can exist is destroyed. At the same time, they are trying to shove it into our heads as a blessing.
            1. Varyag_0711
              Varyag_0711 26 February 2018 12: 55
              +12
              What is true, it is true, if hail fell in the field, it is Putin's fault, etc ...
              And about the Western “analysts,” I had the strong impression that with the collapse of the USSR, the West simply stopped training specialists in Russia. And for this reason there is now everyone fool the madhouse client thinks he is an "analyst" ...
          2. andrej-shironov
            andrej-shironov 26 February 2018 15: 52
            0
            smile We have a country that consists of one army and the Russian Guard? Your arguments are not very.
            1. mkop
              mkop 26 February 2018 16: 36
              +6
              You probably lived better in the 90s? I understand correctly?
              And according to the GNI, the author generally has a blatant lie. You can make sure of this yourself, just type in the search engine: "Gross national income of Russia at PPP" - and look.
              1. andrej-shironov
                andrej-shironov 27 February 2018 08: 32
                +3
                smile I lived differently in the 90s, I didn’t always get a salary. However, there was work unlike today. I won’t say anything about faculty. but that over the years of Putin’s rule in my city, nearly 70% of enterprises were closed, it’s a fact, without any words of three letters.
                1. mkop
                  mkop 27 February 2018 10: 29
                  +3
                  Already right over the years of Putin’s rule? This is a consequence of 90 years, and not the years of the reign of evil Putin. In the 90s, these enterprises survived due to the fact that it was developed during the union, but this could not last forever. I am 99% sure that the enterprises that had closed before the arrival of evil Putin were already breathing. And yes, such a situation is everywhere in the country, and not just in your city.
                  And we in the 90s lived four together in one room with an area of ​​18 square meters. m. Two adults are my parents, and my brother and I. And the salary was not paid not always, but it was just products that were delivered to the plant, and even the products didn’t always succeed in snatching to parents.
                  This plant naturally closed, closed under Putin already. BUT. He was already completely dead at the time of closure, and had Putin not been in power there at least three times - the plant is dead and nothing would have saved him. And he died back in the 90s, when he did not dream of evil Putin.
                  And it is precisely today, and not in the 90s, that I see yards crammed with cars of a poor people, in our area in the 90s I don’t remember a single family that had two cars, NOT a single family. Now in our house there is a family in which there are three cars and there are only five people. In the 90s, in a house with four entrances, 15 apartments each (5 floors with three apartments), the house had 4-5 cars, today you will not find a place to put the car in the evening. All these people probably do not have work, and there is no money for food - there was enough for a car, but there is nothing for it.
                  Thanks in general, but no - I don’t want to in the 90s. I do not want my children to ask me for money for chewing gum, for example, but I could not give them. And it was like that with me - bottles were collected all over the district and handed over, because my parents did not have enough money for this. No toys, no nichrome. In the stores were - there was no money to buy.
                  1. andrej-shironov
                    andrej-shironov 27 February 2018 16: 09
                    +2
                    Tell me, is 2014 also a legacy of the 90s? Yes, to health, for example, I want in the 70s under the USSR, but I understand that the current government will never achieve this. And just a few houses are being built, only apartments are not bought very well even with discounts. This does not mean anything.
                    1. mkop
                      mkop 27 February 2018 16: 46
                      +2
                      Now of course it won’t. And yes, the country's weakness was laid in the 80s, and its collapse continued in the 90s. For ... McDonald's (in turn, stood in Moscow), for "abroad will help us." And it will come on for a very long time. If the country hadn’t collapsed so actively, then the West would not talk to us now, as it is now, as in 2014. Putin chtoli USSR collapsed to pieces, so that then these rabid nationalists fought on the border? And to restore is always harder than to destroy. They had a country for many years, and you want to solve everything all at once? Drive the current government, see what happens. And it will be the same, if not worse. Because the West in this case - unconditionally defeated - the goal has been achieved, they will change the government to what they need, like Ukraine. And you will remember the 90s with nostalgia, but you won’t even think about the USSR.

                      And yes, what would you do in 2014. Sound your version of events.
                    2. mkop
                      mkop 27 February 2018 17: 22
                      0
                      That is what discounts and buy. The poor would not have money for apartments. Take a look at how many mortgages have been taken in recent years.
                      1. andrej-shironov
                        andrej-shironov 27 February 2018 22: 02
                        +2
                        I am writing for tankers: they don’t even buy with discounts! Anestandand? Mortgage is the legalized financial slavery of the 21st century. If you put in the red corner only the gain of bankers and not the opportunity to get an apartment from the state relatively free of charge for any merit, to put it mildly, you live in a world of illusions and, roughly speaking, what I’m not going to say, modders are just waiting for this! wink Putin was given 18 years of age; however, he did not change cardinally in the country. Is this not a reason to say such a power in the elections NO!
                2. mkop
                  mkop 27 February 2018 10: 34
                  +3
                  And I forgot to add: in our city over the past 7-8 years, a whole microdistrict of new nine-story houses has been built. And the poor population bought everything even under that wild interest which is on today's mortgage - there are no empty houses there.
                3. turbris
                  turbris 27 February 2018 12: 00
                  0
                  And under Yeltsin’s rule, did everything work in your city?
                  1. mkop
                    mkop 27 February 2018 12: 29
                    0
                    У andrej-shironov apparently yes. Perhaps even developed. Everything was bent at us.
                    1. andrej-shironov
                      andrej-shironov 27 February 2018 16: 10
                      +1
                      In vain do you laugh, it makes no sense to me to lie, unlike you.
                      1. mkop
                        mkop 27 February 2018 16: 34
                        0
                        I am not convincing you of anything, because I wrote a fact. And whether you believe it or not, I don’t give a damn.
                      2. mkop
                        mkop 27 February 2018 16: 47
                        0
                        And what's the point of lying to me?
                  2. andrej-shironov
                    andrej-shironov 27 February 2018 16: 10
                    +1
                    Wow !!! Turbris himself granted! winked Yes, in the 90s, almost 90 percent of the industrial potential of our city worked.
                    1. mkop
                      mkop 27 February 2018 17: 32
                      +1
                      Rather, it worked on the remnants of a once strong country. How stubbornly you do not want to understand that changes of this scale are very inert, they do not occur in a year or two.
                      1. andrej-shironov
                        andrej-shironov 27 February 2018 22: 04
                        0
                        What are 2 years? Wake up! Putin has been in power for 18 years !!!
                    2. turbris
                      turbris 28 February 2018 11: 36
                      0
                      No, I didn’t grant it, I just forgot that I don’t comment on you, I'm sorry! And you continue in the same vein, build a state policy, using the example of your town, if everything worked for you in the 90s, then you lived somewhere not in Russia. I wish you success in your military work!
                      1. andrej-shironov
                        andrej-shironov 28 February 2018 16: 31
                        0
                        smile Turbris, you know my anxious attitude towards you. You also continue in the same vein. wink
          3. Vlad Petrov
            Vlad Petrov 27 February 2018 11: 05
            0
            “Who should build modern enterprises under the conditions of wild capitalism in Russia? Is Putin again, or all the same, those who have the means and talent for this? ”
            Means and talents are not enough need practice desire and perseverance In order to do a big job you need to be imbued with living small. Those. the country should have a multi-million dollar and comfortable business environment, and directors will grow out of it. Enough for everyone, for example, the middle rural strip of Russia is a desert. Titov is not bad, however, shows how to do it, for example, an automatic boiler room for a village, an agricultural processing enterprise, etc. China has come this way.
        4. Berber
          Berber 26 February 2018 13: 15
          +3
          There is another manipulation of numbers. If you like this "objective" assessment - the flag is in your hands. I agree, there is a certain amount of truth here, but this is the meaning of manipulation.
      2. andrej-shironov
        andrej-shironov 26 February 2018 10: 15
        +3
        smile Dear Sibiralt! Do you believe that? In my opinion, the cleaning of Dagestan is local, as is the depth of this cleaning.
        1. siberalt
          siberalt 26 February 2018 10: 28
          +4
          Wait and see. However, something needs to be changed and everyone understands this. Otherwise, stagnation will lead to a state disaster. winked
      3. starshina78
        starshina78 28 February 2018 15: 52
        +2
        What kind of resetting are you talking about when it has already become known that no one is going to change the economic path, even Medvedev will retain his post. This says a lot that the policy of promises and “we must” will continue.
    2. Squelcher
      Squelcher 26 February 2018 16: 58
      +6
      I can’t understand your logic. If there was a mess under Putin, so it was when the Germans and other guardians of the welfare of the people were in power, who were excommunicated from the feeding trough when the SGA advisers were almost at the General Staff of the Armed Forces.
      Well, thieves of Tiaa Yanukovych and Libya have thrown a “dictator” in Khokhlokradin for more than 4 years, “bright elven forces” probably don’t live in gold and luxury? So, dear officer’s daughter, I'm sorry, but would you go on an erotic cruise. And to live one must work well and develop starting from oneself.
      1. andrej-shironov
        andrej-shironov 27 February 2018 08: 33
        +1
        smile The power of hucksters and Germans did not go anywhere, if you did not notice. Now people are robbed more elegantly than in the 90s and in Ukraine.
    3. gsev
      gsev 27 February 2018 00: 08
      0
      The authors hint that even if the West crushes Russia, a long or tense confrontation or nuclear war could end with the Pyrrhic victory of Europe and the United States, when instead of a weakened Russia they will receive opponents, each of which will be equal in strength. After 20 years, China, Korea, India, the Islamic world can claim this role. For example, after 50 years, Europe will become a region with a predominance of Islamic population. Before the start of the 30 years, Europe fought against the Bolshevik threat, and it had to fight in alliance with the USSR against defeated Germany and "backward" Japan. In general, European civilization of 200 ... 300 years was dominant in the world.
  2. Squelcher
    Squelcher 26 February 2018 09: 59
    +9
    If Russia is so weak and unlucky, you are all trying to put pressure on, pressure, sanctions, support and training Lebimraz, podlyanochki, mok and more. And for some reason, with every increase in pressure, from the "crushers" crap ... tso climbs?
    1. Chertt
      Chertt 26 February 2018 10: 12
      +4
      "The right way, go Comrades." More comrades, and fewer people-flies who are looking everywhere (that they are looking for something)
      1. dSK
        dSK 26 February 2018 11: 16
        +8
        Quote: Chertt
        people-flies who are looking everywhere (what they seek then they seek)

    2. Berber
      Berber 26 February 2018 13: 34
      +7
      There is too much attention to the dying "Putin Russia", in contrast to the "democratic Yeltsin".
  3. Chichikov
    Chichikov 26 February 2018 10: 39
    +9
    What else to expect from the family of scavengers, who were barking, alarmed by the sudden and progressive recovery of the "dying" victim.
  4. AleBors
    AleBors 26 February 2018 11: 07
    +4
    If a spoon, crap. To dilute with a bucket of water, we get an analytical article from a leading Western analyst.
    We read, thought ... something sensible floats on top, but ... wait and see.
  5. mkop
    mkop 26 February 2018 12: 52
    +4
    Dominic Fache is generally beautiful :) Well done, write about the Bolsheviks yet. They were not called Bolsheviks because there were more of them, but because they received more votes in the elections to the party’s governing bodies. Expert, damn it.
  6. sergo1914
    sergo1914 26 February 2018 13: 45
    0
    Persistent rumors are circulating that before the Kennedy’s murder, the sniper who committed this crime received as a gift from the USSR a pouch sewn by one young Leningrad pioneer ...
  7. BAI
    BAI 26 February 2018 13: 45
    +4
    Americans in all Americans. There is nothing wherever you cheat.
    Its gross national income, measured at purchasing power parity, is now hardly more than Russia’s 1990

    Not Russia, but the USSR, which collapsed in 1991.
    This GDP is very far from that of the United States, China or a united Europe.

    And why ONE state should be compared with the whole UNITED Europe?
    And everywhere like this - on the little things: cheat, juggle, distort.
  8. Altona
    Altona 26 February 2018 14: 24
    +3
    Russia had times of disintegration and turmoil, however, I do not think that everything is so bad and there will be some kind of tragic ending. External pressure, on the contrary, leads us to the idea that we need to unite, to be a nation, and not a population. What if you are a hamster and a tradesman, they will come to you and slam you like a bug. Something must change, the time of the American horde, for which for some reason we constantly pay tribute (and she is all unhappy), must end. We must end with the American Horde, these are reincarnated fascists and Nazis who stupidly want to destroy us. They don’t even need our surrender, they need our death.
    Slowly rockets float away
    They cannot be stopped already
    And although America is a little sorry
    We need to win!

    Chorus:

    Tablecloth, tablecloth
    Chlorine picrin
    And gets under the gas mask
    Everyone, everyone believes in the best,
    Falling, falling nuclear bomb.

    A landmine flies, sways,
    Three meters left to the ground,
    In vain, buddy, you dig into the ground,
    Do not get away from the shock wave!

    Maybe we offended someone in vain,
    Dropping 115 megatons ...
    Now let the earth burn and melt
    Where the Pentagon used to rule!

    The song of the rocket launchers on the motive of the "Blue Car".
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  10. turbris
    turbris 26 February 2018 16: 23
    +4
    I do not understand who and on what basis deletes my comments without explanation. But I repeat, the author already got his reviews on the same topic. Personally, I and in the comments have enough information on the topic "everything is bad," but when all the garbage is collected from foreign sources and presented on the site as a review, this is not a review, but a purposeful collection of information aimed at discrediting the existing government. Yes, I’m personally telling the moderators and Oleg Chuvakin, this is my personal opinion about the activities of this author on the site.
  11. 1536
    1536 26 February 2018 18: 55
    0
    And if the United States breaks up? Then not only nuclear weapons will spread, but millions of citizens of this country will become terrorists. Knowing this, all countries are forced to help the United States. But maybe the devil is not so terrible as he is painted, and a policy should be pursued aimed at ... destruction of the USA in the form in which it exists now? Then there will be something to talk about.
  12. oracul
    oracul 27 February 2018 10: 01
    +1
    The feeling of complete insanity from those forecasts made by American experts who apparently have little knowledge of the thoughts of their compatriots, for example, that "an expert is one who knows more and more about less and less." They have personally visited Russia - no, they know the real situation - no, they have comprehensive statistics, like in the USSR, no, they have selective statistics - according to their methodology, on the basis of which the whole assessment is then given. Tomorrow, the dollar will “collapse”, the ruble will strengthen and out of the blue, and without doing anything, we suddenly get an amazing result - it turns out that Russia's GDP has grown fantastically in one fell swoop. Anyway. But the problem of continuity in power is serious. Only it must be resolved carefully, bringing into power only those who have proven that they have real management experience and positive results from their work. The current elections show firsthand how unsteady the basis for solving this problem is. In their right mind and sober memory, one can’t imagine what benefit the president can bring — Yavlinsky, one of the authors of the program — 500 days — back in Soviet times, who set aside this period for reforming his economy, and now he is meeting with members of the garage cooperative and promising to help them Zhirinovsky, ready to turn over everything and everyone, and betting on shopkeepers, Sobchak, Titov, Grudinin and others absolutely unprepared for managing a huge country, Baburin is, on the whole, a respected man, but essentially a lonely warrior in the field. And this is the most serious problem that V. Putin needs to solve in the next 6 years.
    1. Navigator Basov
      Navigator Basov 4 March 2018 13: 34
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      They have not been, there has been Condoleezza, according to her book and are still experts.
  13. mari.inet
    mari.inet 27 February 2018 11: 19
    +3
    Western analysts are trying to vying to put Russia under Putin weak and weak-willed in order to discredit the name of the President before the next election. Not a drop of truth or objectivity is observed in their “reviews”. Lies, and only lies, are poured by "analysts" on our country, on the Russian state. If modern Russia were not strong, they would not care about Putin and Russia. But Russia has become significant, today it is necessary to reckon with Russia, and the "analysts" began to reckon in their own way: they settle accounts with GDP personally, discredit it, expose it to be a weakling.
    Vile insinuations are exposed to the public.
    Hold on, Vladimir Vladimirovich. People understand where the wind blows and why dogs bark. We are with you! And you are with Russia.
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  15. andrej-shironov
    andrej-shironov 27 February 2018 22: 03
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    mkop,
    Quote: mkop
    I am not convincing you of anything, because I wrote a fact. And whether you believe it or not, I don’t give a damn.

    laughing Yes, clearly lying! And cynical! Even commenting is turned off!
    1. mkop
      mkop 28 February 2018 09: 59
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      What are you talking about? What comments did you disable? Am I a chtoli moderator here? I can’t disconnect anything.
      1. mkop
        mkop 28 February 2018 10: 04
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        And for apartments, come buy an apartment. And I laugh, because apartments are bought, bought and live in them, and what do you buy in new buildings. You see generally live in parallel reality. In banks, in recent years, mortgages have been taking a staggering amount;

        And so generally go change power. Ukraine has not taught you anything, the 90s too. Smart learn from the mistakes of others, on their own.
        1. andrej-shironov
          andrej-shironov 28 February 2018 16: 46
          +1
          smile Do not “poke” the poke dull. You are ours perpendicular.
    2. andrej-shironov
      andrej-shironov 28 February 2018 16: 33
      +1
      smile Do not be rude! Yes you will not be rude! Why would I answer here and not in the branch where our dive was? So deal with the moderators.
  16. andrew42
    andrew42 28 February 2018 10: 52
    +1
    It is difficult to disagree with some theses of pro-Western "well-wishers." There is enough garbage in our hut. But the motive for such statements, it is directly opposite to the mythical "concern for the fate of Russia." These Henry Ergasy and Dominica Fasha rake our garbage in our hut not to help take it out, but to put this garbage in the throat of the owner, so that he will die and hut. By host, I mean the Russian people, to which "benevolent" action experts appeal. That. that Komnin’s empire .. oh, excuse me .. Putin’s empire in its current form has no long prospects, it understands the last homeless person in Russia. How much downtime is like that is a question, but prospects with nuances like that of Sharik from a joke about the village. Only now we came to this thanks to the very same pro-Western "civilizators" that broke the Soviet Union and imposed on us a capitalist system, multiplied by thieves / bandiuk / corrupt officials / bankers, as the conductors of wild capitalism. We do not forget about this. NOTHING can be taken from these hands. This is the quick end.
  17. seacap
    seacap 28 February 2018 16: 25
    +1
    After treason and betrayal, the so-called. the elite, for the sake of their philistine aspirations, ambitions and hollows, impunity, who carried out a counterrevolutionary coup, who killed a power and threw the country and people back 100 years ago, formed 2 Russia, a nobility of the nobility, with its dynasty, not connected with its homeland in any way and its people, despising it. With all their forces, right up to the physical destruction of the state, the people, the 1000-year achievements of the Slavic civilization, these people, who call themselves the elite, are former partocrats who have lost their ideals and values ​​in the well-fed and gilded from all over the country, believing in their exclusivity and untouchability, remaining on the subconscious mind as serfs, trying to prove their allegiance to the new overseas master with all wretched gimmicks, to receive blessings and gracious permission to kiss the pen and sit next to each other, showing everyone that we are just like you, we are your lackeys forever. And another Russia, more traditional, not forgetting its 7036 summer history, looking from beneath its foreheads, looking at the possessed antics of all kinds of Yavlinsky, Chubais, creatures expiring with a musty stink of hatred and contempt for the people and the country of all the crooks of bulk and vile little dogs. Disenfranchised and stripped to the skin, slandered and already becoming illiterate and losing the country of their glorious ancestors, the people concentrate, and when I concentrate, I’m afraid this power will no longer withstand. I think with horror what will happen after 6 years, in 25 years the system of education and upbringing was destroyed. Our ghouls, although they have Soviet education and upbringing, genetically still have statehood and at least some national traditions and values. And their children, trained Attended in Harvard and Yale studies, our MGIMO and the HSE, which have inherited positions and posts, have already been programmed by our "partners", openly despise our country and people, do not see and do not associate their future with it, all this the so-called golden (in my opinion, from the word zolotar) youth, having come to dynasty enterprises, will put an end to our culture and the future of Slavic civilization, as representing no value to them, for the sake of hegemonic preferences from across the ocean, to allow it to fall to the shoe.
    1. avalon00013
      avalon00013 1 March 2018 21: 59
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      your truth
    2. turbris
      turbris 4 March 2018 19: 10
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      And after this verdict of yours, what should the people do? Go hang out, well, if you feel so bad, why should it spread to others? Sometimes you need to think not only about yourself, but also about the people who read you on the site, there is nothing to spread your bile to everyone. The country lives, the people work, of course I want everything to be much better, but I always wanted this. No one puts an end to our culture, and even more so to Slavic civilization, we fight with the hegemon on all fronts and even sometimes win what it incurred you in the cemetery, do not rush to wait and see!
  18. ans
    ans 5 March 2018 23: 19
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    Quote: turbris
    And after this verdict of yours, what should the people do? Go hang out, well, if you feel so bad, why should it spread to others? Sometimes you need to think not only about yourself, but also about the people who read you on the site, there is nothing to spread your bile to everyone. The country lives, the people work, of course I want everything to be much better, but I always wanted this. No one puts an end to our culture, and even more so to Slavic civilization, we fight with the hegemon on all fronts and even sometimes win what it incurred you in the cemetery, do not rush to wait and see!

    Yes, it’s time to already realize the titular Orthodox nation that you should already be updated! But you are paternalists - admirers of the Big Daddy (Fuhrer, secretary, godfather, etc.). Your paternalism has a great story. Each war that swept through Russia destroys families, gives birth to orphans, which, in turn, become a social base / pillar for the emergence of an irrational inferiority complex, colloquially referred to as "fatherlessness." Fatherlessness demands a "good king", a "fair sovereign" or simply an "honest godfather". In the end, there is a temptation to divert “suspicion from Caesar” and makes paternalism confused with genuine patriotism. You forget that "the fish rots from the head." And you people, as you unfairly noticed, (to which I allegedly make claims, “teach”, as you put it) dig your own grave, once again supporting the stupid Putin system! with support of about 70%! The president of GDP, with the confidence of a famous stubborn animal, is vilely exploiting this “wonderful Orthodox” paternalism of yours, the sole use and benefit of his oligarch friends. And you, like the March cats, are waged for his pre-election "nuclear" campaign. What will happen next ?! Very simple! This fire of Russian paternalism will one day require new "firewood", that is, new orphans, destroyed families, and therefore a new war. In this war, 50-60 million Russian and non-Russian millions are likely to die. Such is the vicious circle of evil in this world: "" War-orphans-fatherlessness-paternalism-Fuhrer-n
    new war-and orphans again. "And this will also affect me !. So, my dear sir, do not poison any crap here. And best of all, read my comments from time to time. You will be smarter.
    1. turbris
      turbris 6 March 2018 11: 49
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      My advice is to undergo a medical examination and especially carefully - at the psychiatrist.
      1. ans
        ans 7 March 2018 09: 53
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        My advice to you is to go to the proctologist. Anal big should be.