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Borya, vodka, rock and roll. How the “partners” did not keep track of Yeltsin’s dance

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The theme of the election rattles. The turnout, the first results, the discussion of online broadcasts from the sites, the next screech of dissent, who each time invent a new reason for their disagreement. Non-systemic, it’s also non-systemic and non-systemic, the opposition already calls the current presidential elections "the most scandalous in recent years." Although the scandalousness of these elections is primarily related to their assessments by those who have become a so-called absenteeist and simply ignored participation in the vote. Among the absenteeists are the “dissenters” themselves, who have launched a whole campaign calling on citizens not to go to the polls as much as they are.


At the same time, it is impossible to deny the fact that the scandalous presidential election in the newest stories Russia really happened. The undisputed favorite of the “scandal rating” is the election of the 1996 of the year. It’s about the very elections when a person was re-elected as a president, whose rating before the start of the election race did not give any reason to assume that the country would elect the head of state for the next 4-year term.

So, in January 1996, Boris Yeltsin’s rating was at around 6 percent, and was quite seriously inferior to Gennady Zyuganov’s electoral rating. In Zyuganov, sociological monitoring services in that year were fixed at about 14-15% of the rating - according to some services, and up to 30% - according to others). Yeltsin’s 6% rating was cited by the Public Opinion Foundation.

Despite such unintelligible figures, the so-called democrats, as well as external sponsors of what was called democracy in Russia at that time, put on Yeltsin. A very “original” decision is the same as putting a racer at the races, which, due to objective reasons, will not be able to come first to the finish line. Were they going to bet on another candidate instead of Yeltsin? Yes, there were options. One of these options - Anatoly Sobchak, the then mayor of St. Petersburg, is very popular in the city on the Neva. However, Sobchak, after talking with the “candidate number one,” said that he would not participate in the 1996 elections.

From the then statement of the head of St. Petersburg:
Yeltsin will go for a second term, no matter what.


And this “in spite of everything” on the one hand looked like an absolute gamble of the “democrats”, and on the other hand gave rise to suspect the system that in 1996 it was guided by the well-known postulate “It’s not how they vote, but how they think”. Counted "right." And the result of a person with a 6-percentage rating has become a phenomenon in the modern political world. True, it was hardly worth the surprise then, especially after the statement by US President Bill Clinton, made shortly before the elections in Russia:
I really want this man (guy) to win.


And the "guy", as you know, won.

He won in such a way that even those who took part in the artificially inflating the Yeltsin rating, after the elections recognized that by all standards a completely different candidate had won. True, this very “other candidate” announced after some time that the struggle for power was then actually merged, adding approximately the following: he did not want blood. On the one hand, highly, humanely, generously, and on the other hand - why then did this whole circus with horses get settled? - to throw millions of those who really supported the candidate?

But those elections were “wonderful” not only because a man with a “plinth” rating actually celebrated the victory in them. “Wonderful” they were, for example, the fact that Mikhail Gorbachev took part in them. Himself "the greatest genius of perestroika." And here, too, there is a reason to be surprised once again. So, to participate in the elections candidates had to collect 1 million signatures. Gorbachev, if you believe the then composition of the CEC, his million gathered. And in the course of voting for Mikhail Gorbachev, slightly more than 386 thousand people voted. In other words, (purely mathematically) even those who put his signatures before the election did not vote for the candidate Gorbachev. This is the question of what methods of signature were collected, and whether they were collected at all ...

Question: for what purpose did Gorbachev go to the elections in 1996?

Gorbachev himself is trying to answer this question (then, during the pre-election race):
Russia is hard. I can not stand and rub my hands: they say you then brewed porridge with Yeltsin, and here you dissolve. No, I would not be Gorbachev. We must help Russia to help out.




This statement by Gorbachev about "helping the country" and the need to "help out" actually repeated exactly his statements in those years when he was at the head of the USSR. Helped ... Rescued ... The country is gone. And it could not be in 1996 year (already the Russian Federation) - at least against the background of the Chechen conflict.

Why didn’t his Western friends bet on Gorbachev then? Why not supported.

What for? US intelligence services were clearly more knowledgeable about Gorbachev’s real 1995-1996 rankings than the CEC. Another thing is that Yeltsin’s rating indicators were only slightly better. But by that time, Gorbachev had already worked out material for them, and the same US pinned high hopes on 1996 in the year, they wanted a bet, according to which, as it seemed to Washington, their “wet” fantasies could come true and about the collapse of Russia. Suffice it to recall with what enthusiasm in the West they met (and initially promoted) the shameful for Russia Khasavyurt agreements with terrorists (after the Yeltsin "victory" in the elections). As a result of those agreements, one of the regions actually broke away from Russia, which with a new force would ultimately fuel separatist sentiments in other regions of the federation, whose elites so desired “separatism”.

In the end, Yeltsin was literally brought to the finish line, he was seated in a chair, and the “crown” was pulled over, because he was the one who arranged more than all the “friends of Russia”.

Borya, vodka, rock and roll. How the “partners” did not keep track of Yeltsin’s dance


The president of a country derailed (in every sense of the word) dancing to the tune isn’t joy for those who can’t understand today how they slept Putin over Yeltsin’s dances ... At what point is Yeltsin danced not there? ..

And, having taken a frank part in the monstrous frauds in 1996, they are now shouting at all angles that the election of 2018 in Russia "was scandalous."
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  1. Micfoster
    Micfoster 19 March 2018 15: 07
    +6
    Everything is logical! Who screams the loudest - HOLD THE THIEF?
    1. KAV
      KAV 19 March 2018 16: 28
      +18
      Thanks to the author for the article. Everything is clear and to the point. I will join. Now, looking at the cries of the “deceived”, another manual is being traced - everyone, like a carbon copy, prophesies a terrible future for all those who chose VV again. Putin. Direct bloody tears draw the next terrible red-black times. I, sinfully, naively believed that this whole circus would quiet down after the election. But no, not at all! Changed the record and twist the handle of the gramophone with even more frenzy. Well, let them twist if there’s nothing more to do ...
      1. You Vlad
        You Vlad 19 March 2018 16: 33
        +6
        Quote: KAV
        Everything is clear and to the point. I will join. Now, looking at the cries of the "deceived",

        Do not tell my slippers laughing These are already moans that will soon come to naught wink The ball is finished, the candles went out wink
        1. vlad66
          vlad66 19 March 2018 16: 58
          +12
          Quote: you Vlad
          Quote: KAV
          Everything is clear and to the point. I will join. Now, looking at the cries of the "deceived",

          Do not tell my slippers laughing These are already moans that will soon come to naught wink The ball is finished, the candles went out wink

          Vlad hi In the next article about the elections, they are already calling to the Maidan, they can’t lose, they howl like bazaars laughing And according to the article
          after the election, they recognized that a completely different candidate won by all standards. True, this very “other candidate” after some time announced that the power struggle then actually leaked, adding approximately the following: he didn’t want blood

          And now to blame the mirror, this drain Zyuganov cost him millions of votes in the future, after these elections, when Zyuganov nominated Grudinin, it will cost him a career.
          1. Okolotochny
            Okolotochny 19 March 2018 17: 24
            +20
            I was hoping for a Swan then. And when, before the second round, he called on his supporters to vote for Yeltsin, it became disgusting.
            1. DMB_95
              DMB_95 20 March 2018 12: 05
              +4
              Quote: Okolotochny
              I was hoping for a Swan then. And when, before the second round, he called on his supporters to vote for Yeltsin, it became disgusting.

              By the way, in an article on the 1996 presidential election. , for some reason, the role of Cygnus in Yeltsin’s inflated victory in the second round is not mentioned at all. In the first round, he took 3rd place with a very good result, especially for a beginner in politics. And before the second round, Lebed unexpectedly called on his supporters to vote for ... Yeltsin, although he did not support him at all before, rather, on the contrary, was his opponent. Everything became clear when the victorious Yeltsin appointed Lebed the Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation immediately after the end of the election .. This vile story cannot be ignored in the 1996 article on the Presidential election.
          2. You Vlad
            You Vlad 19 March 2018 17: 48
            +2
            Quote: vlad66
            when Zyuganov nominated Grudinin, it would cost him a career.

            No, I don’t believe it, I think he caved in under external pressure and ceded the right to be elected from the party! Now he can safely say that he had a rating even more ...
            1. vlad66
              vlad66 19 March 2018 18: 36
              +8
              Quote: You Vlad
              No, I don’t believe it, I think he caved in under external pressure and ceded the right to be elected from the party! Now he can safely say that he had a rating even more ...

              Vlad Zyuganov had a fairly stable rating of 17-25%, put forward Grudinin, he received almost 12%, if as you say there was pressure from the Communist Party, it means that Zyuganov is leaving and Zyuganov himself had to make a successor since 1996 , many have already turned away from Zyug. hi
              1. You Vlad
                You Vlad 19 March 2018 19: 03
                +4
                Quote: vlad66
                Zyuganov had a fairly stable rating of 17-25%, put forward Grudinin

                Well, not everything Zyuganov decides request
            2. INTER
              INTER 20 March 2018 12: 33
              0
              Quote: You Vlad
              No, I don’t believe it, I think he caved in under external pressure and ceded the right to be elected from the party! Now he can safely say that he had a rating even more ...

              Sometimes it seems to me that all the opposition candidates are extras, I don’t know why)))
          3. Reptiloid
            Reptiloid 19 March 2018 21: 33
            +3
            Quote: vlad66
            And now to blame the mirror, this drain Zyuganov cost him millions of votes in the future, after these elections, when Zyuganov nominated Grudinin, it will cost him a career.
            Eeeee no, dear. Everything is weighed on some scales and an equivalent exchange is secretly made from prying eyes.! Somehow.
      2. Andrei from Chelyabinsk
        Andrei from Chelyabinsk 19 March 2018 19: 50
        +15
        Quote: KAV
        Now, looking at the cries of the “deceived”, another manual is being traced - everyone, like a carbon copy, prophesies a terrible future for all those who chose VV again. Putin.

        Do not worry, everything will be the same as today. Science, medicine, education, how they degraded - so they will degrade. As crises shook the economy at every sneeze of world finances, they will shake it. 90% of industrial enterprises as they were one step away from bankruptcy - they will be there. The official tribe, as it multiplied, will continue to multiply.
        Live in a happy present for many more years :)))))))
        1. emwave
          emwave 19 March 2018 19: 57
          +4
          Do not be afraid for our future - everything will be fine. You answer for yourself first.
          1. Andrei from Chelyabinsk
            Andrei from Chelyabinsk 19 March 2018 20: 31
            +9
            Quote: emwave
            Do not be afraid for our future - everything will be fine

            Who do you have?
            Quote: emwave
            You answer for yourself first.

            Sorry, but in what place did I not answer for myself? Please clarify
  2. Basil50
    Basil50 19 March 2018 15: 18
    +13
    Yeah, really ...! It’s a shame to recall, but I turned out to be a spectator, but the figures that created this disgrace are proud of their deeds. Some have the audacity to teach or evaluate the 2018 election. All this is due to impunity, because it’s not that they didn’t conduct an investigation, they weren’t even given a face.
  3. Romka47
    Romka47 19 March 2018 15: 26
    +8
    Briefly, in fact, truthfully, I put + the author
  4. mavrus
    mavrus 19 March 2018 15: 40
    +10
    Yes ... There was a time. Money in Xerox boxes, narrow-minded traitor generals, bulletins destroyed without being counted ... And this was called an election that was unanimously recognized by the West.
    But it’s interesting, someday they will nevertheless say how we then voted. And then everyone knows that Yeltsin scored less Zyuganov. And here is how it looks in percentage terms. It is clear that the bulletins were not even considered, but at least the data of exit polls.
    1. uskrabut
      uskrabut 19 March 2018 15: 48
      +9
      Quote: mavrus
      But it’s interesting, someday they will nevertheless say how then we voted

      I doubt it very much. Too much dirt will come out; for many, this will not benefit the rating.
  5. AleBors
    AleBors 19 March 2018 15: 42
    +1
    And then he didn’t go ... He didn’t choose with his heart ...
  6. Nyrobsky
    Nyrobsky 19 March 2018 15: 49
    +16
    If Lebed hadn’t played in Yeltsin’s favor for the proposed position in the Soviet Union one night, then you’ll look and Zyu would have a bit of a loss for the election results. The swan, which at that time had a certain weight and authority, rested in the Bose (by chance?), And Zyu has since become an inveterate loser - always the second. From this year, it seems like a politician Hedgehog (in fog).
    1. tanit
      tanit 19 March 2018 16: 01
      +4
      Quote: Nyrobsky
      A swan with a certain weight and authority at that time

      And I received a letter from Lebed before the elections in 1996. On good paper, such a colorful one. And to the field mail. So the comrade general had a resource.
  7. kenig1
    kenig1 19 March 2018 15: 50
    +23
    The most memorable New Year, when the drunk said - I'm tired, I'm leaving. How people celebrated.
    1. sapporo1959
      sapporo1959 19 March 2018 15: 55
      +3
      Are you also hinting at another holiday?
    2. You Vlad
      You Vlad 19 March 2018 16: 38
      +7
      Quote: kenig1
      The most memorable New Year, when the drunk said - I'm tired, I'm leaving. How people celebrated.

      I just couldn't believe it belay
      I was sure that this guy would give up power only in the grave! recourse
      This is still a riddle from riddles: what prompted Yeltsin to give up power?
      1. FID
        FID 19 March 2018 16: 52
        +3
        Quote: You Vlad
        I was sure that this guy would give up power only in the grave!

        Are you talking about GDP? It is unlikely...
        1. You Vlad
          You Vlad 19 March 2018 17: 36
          +5
          Quote: SSI
          Are you talking about GDP? It is unlikely...

          Do you know what always surprised me? That the most intelligent, competent people are more prone to suggestion! So many of the scientists supported perestroika and Gorbachev. What did they repent of then ..
          1. FID
            FID 19 March 2018 17: 37
            +1
            Quote: You Vlad
            You know what always surprised me? That the most intelligent, competent people are more prone to suggestion! So many of the scientists supported perestroika and Gorbachev.

            Completely!!!
            1. You Vlad
              You Vlad 19 March 2018 18: 03
              +2
              Quote: SSI
              Completely!!!

              So, Grudinin is a sort of Gorbachev of our time.
              1. myobius59
                myobius59 20 March 2018 22: 03
                +1
                You fool . And do not heal.
      2. Alexey RA
        Alexey RA 19 March 2018 18: 01
        +6
        Quote: You Vlad
        This is still a riddle from riddles: what prompted Yeltsin to give up power?

        Apparently, he was made an offer that he could not refuse. smile
        1. You Vlad
          You Vlad 19 March 2018 18: 07
          +3
          Quote: Alexey RA
          Apparently, an offer was made to him, which he could not refuse.

          I also think that they made him a polite offer, which he, well, couldn’t refuse. hi
      3. zoolu350
        zoolu350 19 March 2018 19: 28
        +8
        Yes, this is not a mystery. The oligarch of the Russian Federation, having estimated the situation at the end of the 90s (the collapse of the economy, the protest mood in society, the miserable state of health of the EBN) realized that the feint was 1996. no longer repeat and created a real threat of loss of power. As a result, an original move was invented. Sobchak, a little-known portfolio holder who once served in the KGB, with satisfactory physical condition and without bad habits, was taken. Media controlled by the oligarchy inflated it with PR. At the same time, by order (and most likely it is), the Chechens climbed into Dagestan and all that was left was to do and say correctly. So the old EBN drunk was replaced by the new managing manager of the Russian oligarchy.
        1. You Vlad
          You Vlad 19 March 2018 19: 37
          +1
          Quote: zoolu350
          So the old EBN drunk was replaced by the new managing manager of the Russian oligarchy.

          And he sent this oligarchy to hell, and he plucked many heavily and made them pay taxes. What kind of oligarchs do we have, what masochists turned out.
          1. zoolu350
            zoolu350 19 March 2018 19: 43
            +9
            Sent to the Maldives, to Milan, to offshore and to his friendly circle. These are Sechins, Vickselbergs, Deripaska and other masochists? They live in nothing without refusing, robbing and humiliating ordinary people. And there are more of them, thanks to the hired manager. And taxes are paid by ordinary people whose salaries are 20-30 thousand per month, and not 20-30 million per month.
            1. RomanS
              RomanS 19 March 2018 21: 56
              +3
              Evidence in the studio please. And then in British it turns out ...
              1. Nitochkin
                Nitochkin 20 March 2018 02: 31
                +6
                What kind of evidence do you have? )))
                No, no, Sechin, Timchenko, Deripaska, etc. are myths, such oligarchs do not exist. These are simple hard workers and engineers, and they slander them. And mother Sobchak, Mrs. Narusova, the dearest aunt, sits at home, nurses her grandchildren, and does not hang around the Federation Council and does not blaspheme the Russian people with the last words and does not wish him death. And the red face of Chubais and other "reformers" like Yakunin, who plundered Russia, have long been planted, with complete confiscation. Everything is wonderful. And most importantly, Ms. Naibullina was kicked from the Central Bank, and now the Central Bank is not a private person and is subordinate to the Russian government.
              2. zoolu350
                zoolu350 20 March 2018 09: 51
                0
                Evidence that Sechins, Vickselbergs and Deripaska receive 20-30 million per month? So they seem to be showing off themselves and appearing on Forbes lists.
              3. Esoteric
                Esoteric 21 March 2018 16: 47
                +1
                Quote: RomanS
                Evidence in the studio please.

                Forbes magazine included the head of Rosneft, Igor Sechin, in the annual ranking of Russia's highest paid top managers, evaluating its annual income of $ 13 million. This was told in an interview with Business FM radio station by the press secretary and vice president of the oil company Mikhail Leontyev even before the release of this rating.
        2. awl
          awl 21 March 2018 19: 57
          0
          The same thing turned in 2018 .. current cartoons showed, so hamsters immediately arms up and Urrra .. laughing
  8. Oleg Jacket
    Oleg Jacket 19 March 2018 16: 14
    +5
    in 1996 was in the army
    when nobody voted from the company for Yeltsin
  9. Nikolaevich I
    Nikolaevich I 19 March 2018 16: 33
    +12
    Yes, I remember those shameful elections ... how shocked I was when I found out about the EBN’s “victory”. The thought immediately came to mind: a grandiose super-impudent fraud! I hoped that the Communist Party would raise a “kyzh”, but in response ... " silence "... True, after some time one political organization (alas, I don’t remember which one ...) demanded to arrange a check of the ballots .... but it was refused, and soon the ballots were quickly destroyed! Over the past years, the Communist Party and its leadership are strikingly passive. This makes us think now that it was then that the Communist Party was somehow made a "pocket" party: they bought ... they intimidated .... somehow, Zyuganov and the whole company turned out to be before the proposal, which they could not refuse and went to the betrayal of their voters.
    1. Esoteric
      Esoteric 21 March 2018 16: 57
      +2
      Quote: Nikolaevich I
      I hoped that the Communist Party will raise "kipizh"

      From that moment, confidence in Zyuganov, as the leader of the Communist Party, fell. At the last election, sorry for directness, Pavel Nikolaevich looked like a student who had not learned a lesson. Template comparisons, listless agitation. His confidants - Maxim Shevchenko and Yuri Boldyrev, looked more respectable. But I don’t believe in the purity of the elections, because it was clear from the window how active the people were going to vote. If 60% has come, then okay. And reported for 86%. I do not believe the papers. I believe the eyes. If in 2000 Putin was chosen, then the turnout was visible. Do not get to the table. And here ... What they deserve. they got it. Nasty action, disgusting. And I’m glad for the country. It was she who chose her own path of development — oligarchic capitalism with a feudal bias. Two years later, it will become clear what prevented the dancer Putin ...
  10. Yak28
    Yak28 19 March 2018 17: 38
    +8
    I admit that Gorbachev and Yeltsin are poor. But where did our special services look when Gorbachev, and then Yeltsin mocked the country, undermined its combat effectiveness (the KGB, the FSB didn’t see anything?). We’re on a campaign and today everything depends on one person, but if tomorrow or in 10-20 years he will again sit on the throne?
    1. Esoteric
      Esoteric 21 March 2018 17: 06
      +2
      Quote: Yak28
      But where did our special services look when Gorbachev

      And you do not suppose a staging of the collapse of the USSR under the leadership of the KGB? When the people who held the “top” for the “Eggs” were forced to live in the shade. They did not like it. I’ll tell you more, from this department both the president and his associates Ivanov, but dig deeper?
      1. Yak28
        Yak28 21 March 2018 17: 51
        0
        At the beginning of the 90s I read in the newspaper that the union then ruined the power intentionally to show people the true face of capitalism, and then build real communism, with ideologically savvy citizens who do not look at America with their mouths open, and Yeltsin and Gorbachev played the roles that they were destined for . So everything can be. But it seems to me that some sold out, others were scared as a result, the superpower committed suicide
  11. andrej-shironov
    andrej-shironov 19 March 2018 19: 53
    +7
    Alexei, the current government again used the 1996 script, wrote about it repeatedly here! Only this time Grudinin acted as the scapegoat. Modern power, which took "power" from Yeltsin, remained as illegitimate as Yeltsin, who received "power" as a result of a coup. The arguments of the local propagandists, as at that time, were at the level of emotions, not reason, fear, not thought. And Putin over the past 18 years has done nothing to consolidate the overwhelming majority of the population!
  12. Altona
    Altona 19 March 2018 21: 25
    +4
    Quote: Andrey from Chelyabinsk
    Live in a happy present for many more years :)))

    -------------------------------
    I support Andrey, because I also live in an industrial city. By the way, in Chelyabinsk a couple of years I had to live on the Heroes of Tankograd street and in other places. I know that many good factories were destroyed there, the same "Caliber" for example. True, and new built, the same "Height", for example. But this is an inadequate exchange. Let's hope for the best, although this is more a philosophical category.
  13. Sewer krainiy
    Sewer krainiy 19 March 2018 21: 33
    +4
    Quote: Yak28
    I admit that Gorbachev and Yeltsin are poor. But where did our special services look when Gorbachev, and then Yeltsin mocked the country, undermined its combat effectiveness (the KGB, the FSB didn’t see anything?). We’re on a campaign and today everything depends on one person, but if tomorrow or in 10-20 years he will again sit on the throne?


    The KGB knew everything, especially on the ground. But they taught us to believe the correct line of the general secretaries. They believed ... There would be a team of "fas" - and the USSR would still be. But, and not so now ... And yet, in those days we said that the best sons of crime, the oligarchy, would be sent to special services. And so it happened ... now every oligarchy will defend itself !!!
  14. Vasilenko Vladimir
    Vasilenko Vladimir 19 March 2018 22: 17
    +3
    adding something like this: did not want blood
    Yes, Zu was afraid of responsibility, it’s easier to inflate his cheeks, like they tried, but we had power
  15. shinobi
    shinobi 20 March 2018 01: 31
    +1
    Ben was "danced" by our security officials. We made an offer that they do not refuse. To him and the "family."
  16. Albatroz
    Albatroz 20 March 2018 05: 43
    +1
    Borya set his people firmly
    They still rule us
    1. myobius59
      myobius59 20 March 2018 22: 07
      +2
      The only ADEQUATE and EXACT comment posted here. hi
      Although short, but here is the case when you do not take it away, do not add it.
      And yet, I have an assumption, or, as they say, a vague suspicion that it was Borya. THOSE HAD BEEN holding their clown, and then when he had fully developed his potential, they found a replacement for him.
      And I must say, the replacement turned out to be much better.
      Only this makes it easier for us.
      1. Esoteric
        Esoteric 21 March 2018 17: 20
        +2
        Quote: myobius59
        Only this makes it easier for us.

        They put Yeltsin to blame this fool on the whole process of "tearing apart" the people's property and seizing the leading industries. Managed for 8 years, but the appetites have not changed. You have never heard a clear answer from Putin why the money from Russia is "flowing away". Where is the barrier to thieves and money-grubbers. Sorry, but from the exported $ 1, at least a quarter should be returned, not 200, 000%, but only 000% ... belay And how fatherly this kind uncle forgave countries over $ 100, which at one time did not invest in the development of the USSR. And now the external debt is in the region of $ 000. belay Did you take I didn’t take either. But banks and other servants will not live without dollars. Who will build a yacht for rubles for them? Or sell a villa for Belarusian bunnies? Our people in ... then you know ...
        1. Nikolaevich I
          Nikolaevich I 22 March 2018 01: 37
          +1
          How I agree with you! One of the main reasons that I never voted for Putin was just this: the ongoing looting of the country under Putin: the free export of capital by the oligarchs; "incomprehensible" ,, debt release ,, "left and right! ....... ...
  17. Radikal
    Radikal 20 March 2018 18: 26
    0
    The president of a country derailed (in every sense of the word) dancing to the tune isn’t joy for those who can’t understand today how they slept Putin over Yeltsin’s dances ... At what point is Yeltsin danced not there? ..
    They didn’t oversleep anyone! They perfectly understood that the “drunk” was a spent material, an urgent need for a replacement, and a replacement was found - according to ... the assistant (if not to say otherwise) Sobchak. He was "recommended" as his successor by the EBN, who had never heard of him before that! So everything is logical and interconnected. sad
    1. Esoteric
      Esoteric 21 March 2018 17: 24
      +1
      Sobchak prepared the Constitution, for which a little more than a quarter of the population voted, and Putin guarantees it. Only here the Central Bank is not a national, but a Fed branch. Therefore, we have such paradoxes with world oil prices and domestic gasoline prices. We constantly change oil pipelines to petrodollars ... belay That's how we live... request
  18. Old26
    Old26 21 March 2018 15: 55
    +2
    Quote: AleBors
    And then he didn’t go ... He didn’t choose with his heart ...

    The famous slogan. And has it always been supplemented by what supporters of Yeltsin asked? What, again, I wanted empty shelves in stores, queues, etc.

    I can share my impressions of that time. In the second round he was deputy chairman of the precinct commission. The plot was small. The old city, the private sector, the total number of voters is less than 1000 people. Now I don’t remember exactly, but it seems somewhere around 950-980 people. The votes were distributed approximately as follows. FOR Zyuganov, about 470 people, FOR Yeltsin - about 460. The remaining 30 did not vote, or voted AGAINST ALL. When the ballots were brought to the city IR, the leaders went with them to the room, and we, the deputy, remained in the corridor. An exchange of views has begun. In the aggregate, 10 percent went Zyuganov. What a surprise it was when the city newspaper published the final data and it turned out that the EBN was ahead of Zyuganov by almost 20%. After that, all the talk about a more or less fair election was not interesting for me. Yes, I go to the polls, I vote. but I understand perfectly well that it is very difficult to make a throw-in in the grassroots links. The higher the link, the more likely such a throw-in
    1. awl
      awl 21 March 2018 20: 07
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      In the CAS system, in my opinion, the results are knocked out as it should smile.. Protected, it is not connected to an external network, so turn it on as you like! yes And since then, about empty shelves, nothing has changed, adherents of the current government, How do you want in Ukraine? lol Or remember the 90s .. lol horror ...
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