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The Golden Age of the Anglo-Saxons and the sly plan of London

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The time has come for summing up the preliminary results of the anti-Russian special operation “Novice”.




To date, we can safely consider the following facts as undeniable:

1. The so-called Skripal poisoning is invariably an anti-Russian political provocation, organized by the special services of the United Kingdom and the United States.

This, in particular, indicates the following.

British Prime Minister Teresa May, just one day after the incident, announced the involvement of the authorities of the Russian Federation. What can be explained only by its political interest in precisely this definition of "guilty". Nothing of the kind could have sounded, in principle, under the condition of London's objective and conscientious attitude to the investigation of this incident within the specified time limits. In such a short time it is absolutely impossible to carry out all the necessary amount of investigative measures and collect evidence to advance such a serious accusation against a foreign state.

And this is not to mention the complete absurdity and glaring illogicality of such an act on the part of the Russian authorities ten days before the election of the president of the country, which by definition requires the complete elimination of such incidents. It is quite obvious that the British government was not at all interested in the real results of the investigation and the reasons for the alleged "severe poisoning" of the ex-colonel and his daughter. Which now "are in a coma" precisely because. what the British political elite says for them.

Such an attitude of official London to this situation can have only one explanation - they are not interested in establishing the truth, because they already know it. And the incident itself interests them only as an emergency reason for bringing charges against Russia.

This is confirmed by the categorical refusal of Great Britain to cooperate with the authorities of the Russian Federation in investigating this “attempt”. That, firstly, completely contradicts the international practice existing in such cases, and, secondly, is a direct indication that the British authorities have something to hide. And this in itself puts an end to the version of their conscientious and unbiased attitude to this event.

The fact that this was a joint operation of the Anglo-Saxon special services (US and UK) is indicated by practically the same early reaction of Washington. Where exactly the same as Teresa May, without even pretending to wait for the results of the investigation, they hurried to announce the “undoubted guilt” of Russia.

Thus, there is a fact that it was sewn with white threads and rather crudely worked out (due to the obvious lack of time and a certain loss of qualification of British James bonds as a basis, obviously, a stencilled plot was taken with “bloody Putin” poisoning ”by the Litvinenko regime fighter), but no less, a clearly planned, gradually implemented and politically motivated provocation, fully developed by Western intelligence services in the interests of the most aggressive and anti-Russian circles in the state and “shadow” leadership Anglo-Saxons kih powers.

2. This provocation has both short-term and long-term political and geopolitical goals. First of all, it is designed to maintain and swell up anti-Russian psychosis in Western countries, aimed at increasing the manageability of the population of these countries in an atmosphere of general fear of the "growing Russian threat." And a significant improvement in the conditions for raising the degree of militaristic hysteria and the pre-war psychological mobilization of Western societies.

The next attempt to create in the person of Russia the image of the “enemy of all mankind” is explained, firstly, by the fact that this is the traditional technology of the West that it applies to all countries unfriendly to it. Secondly, the attempts of Western propaganda to form such an image on the material of Ukrainian events, or the conflict in Syria, have completely failed. The population of the Euro-Atlantic region, driven to despair by the bloody terrorist attacks at home, does not see anything particularly bad in the fact that Putin is cracking down on terrorists far from Europe. As for Ukraine, even long-term, fierce psychological treatment did not prompt the western layman to consider the problems of this part historical Russia by their own.

As for the “Case of Violin” and the intentions already announced within its framework of declaring Russia “the sponsor of world terrorism”, it gives a good reason to play on the mass fear of terror and identify the Russian Federation with such.

The measure of suggestibility of the population of Western countries, which for decades has been processed by practically one-dimensional Western propaganda, in conditions of greatly relaxing citizens' relative material well-being, is close to absolute.

A vivid illustration is the scandalous case in the American town of Elizabeth City in North Carolina. The local municipal council refused to install a monument donated to the city by the Russian Ministry of Defense to the monument to Soviet pilots who died during the Second World War and were trained at the local marine airbase aviation.

The motivations at the same time were voiced so frankly wild that they leave no doubt - the average Western man in the street is quite ready even for uncritical perception "news"That the Russians had entered into a conspiracy with the Martians to send the entire US population to the Martian meat factory.

“One of the city council members said that the monument could be a Trojan horse. Johnny Walton fears that the Russians may put something in it, which may be caused remotely to destroy the Internet or the electrical network. “Russia, as you know, is now hacking, they are hacking experts, and although we have the largest Coast Guard base, it will not help anyone, because our computers will lie down because Russia controls our mouse,” Walton said at a committee meeting. "(source)

In such cases it is customary to say: comments are unnecessary!

3. The strategic goal of this special action, obviously, was not the presidential elections in Russia. Firstly, because by the terms of its beginning, it was clearly late, if there was an impact on the electoral process in Russia. In addition, the West is certainly aware that this kind of provocation is completely counterproductive in terms of undermining Russia's internal stability, since it will inevitably provoke a reaction of the majority of Russians that is negative for the West itself. Which, in fact, happened. There can be no doubt that the willingness of Russian voters to vote for Vladimir Putin, that is, for the strength and sovereignty of Russia, against the backdrop of this Anglo-Saxon provocation, has become even more unambiguous.

Thus, it can be stated that this special operation, which, in turn, looks like an integral part of a comprehensive plan to increase pressure on Russia, has other long-term tasks. In this regard, it is worth noting the fact that the scenario with the “Skriple poisoning” was activated only a few days after the historic speech by Russian President Vladimir Putin to the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, in which he presented to the whole world extremely convincing evidence of the West’s inability to subordinate Russia to his will by force weapons.

Putin’s speech was for the West, very likely, a sort of final point for his past geopolitical strategy, based mainly on the military-political environment and the “squeezing” of Russia. And a turning point for the beginning of its new strategic course, aimed at achieving the same goal - the complete solution of the "Russian problem", by several other means.

Convinced that plans to outplay Russia in the military-strategic field in the near future, doomed to failure, the West seems intent now to proceed to the "right siege" of this East Slavic fortress, with the aim of its gradual depletion and, ultimately, coercion to complete military-political capitulation.

Apparently, the Russian economy will become the main target of this “new policy” of the West. Which, as they expect, ultimately, is simply bound to collapse under the pressure of Western sanctions and growing restrictions on the export of Russian energy resources. It is precisely the creation of maximum obstacles for this export that is now becoming the basic element of this strategy.

The United States and Great Britain as Western countries, least dependent on Russian energy supplies, play the most active role in this scenario.

Washington and London are very likely to proceed from the assumption that Russian-Ukrainian gas cooperation should cease in the 2019 year due to the expiration of the current agreement, as well as the apparent impossibility of its continuation due to the nomination by Kiev, at the instigation of the same West for Russia, the predatory conditions of such cooperation. Supported, moreover, by the verdicts of the “international justice” wholly controlled by the West. At the same time, the calculation is being made on the complete paralysis of alternative routes of Russian energy supplies to Europe, bypassing Ukraine and Poland. The pressure for this purpose on the European countries that are extremely interested in such supplies and, above all, Germany, is growing almost every day. However, it is very difficult for the Anglo-Saxons to impose on Continental Europe such a line of conduct in relations with Russia, which is extremely unprofitable for Europe itself and even dangerous.

It is with the aim of creating favorable conditions for solving this unnatural task that the maximum anti-Russian psychosis is required, which is now intensely pumped by London and Washington in all possible ways. Not least, and with the help of a consciously brought up schizophrenic level, a completely fabricated story with Skripal's “poisoning”.

And it is not at all accidental that, in the atmosphere of this psychosis, the European Union countries are forced, one after another, to agree to the mass expulsion of Russian diplomats, despite the fact that even formally in their own relations with Moscow there is absolutely no reason for this. It is quite obvious that in this way they want to solve the main task - under the monstrous pressure of agitated propaganda of "public opinion" to force the German authorities to finally abandon gas cooperation with Russia. What, ultimately, should, according to their plan, completely paralyze the energy exports of the Russian Federation to Europe.

In the West, they definitely expect that Russia, which has already lost a quarter of its GDP in the last three years at another regular and politically motivated dumping of world energy prices, will not withstand another knockout strike and will have to throw a white flag and accept Western terms of capitulation.

In the very same case, if this does not happen, it will be possible to use the “Plan B” against the Russian Federation, the prerequisites for which by that time are already fully matured. The main point of which will be that Europe, deprived of its normal energy supply, will begin to experience increasingly serious economic difficulties and the social upheavals that accompany them. That will inevitably lead to the radicalization of local political regimes and to the growing demand for the most extreme means of solving the problems encountered. Under these conditions, even a military confrontation with Russia will cease to be perceived in Europe as it is perceived today - as something completely meaningless and unnecessary. Europeans will be strongly recommended through all of the same omnipotent propaganda: “Go to the East and take there everything you need!”

Meanwhile, it is precisely the provocation of a major intra-European military confrontation that has been the trump card of Anglo-Saxon geopolitics for over a hundred years now. And there is no reason to believe that today the Anglo-Saxons have fewer motives for this than they did in the tenth and thirties of the twentieth century. Rather, it is even more, since today the world “Anglo-Saxony” is definitely on the descending part of its historical trajectory and more than ever needs the most potent means to extend its clearly protracted “golden age”.
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  1. Spartanez300
    Spartanez300 27 March 2018 05: 44
    +11
    I’m just wondering how long the countries of Europe will follow the same US and England that just do what they’re sowing evil and discord across the planet, is it really so hard to notice. After all, they know that England has no evidence against Russia and still vote for sanctions, it's time to turn on their brains and live by them and not by strangers.
    1. karish
      karish 27 March 2018 06: 14
      +4
      Quote: Spartanez300
      I’m just wondering how long the countries of Europe will follow in the wake of the same USA and England who only do what they’re sowing evil and discord across the planet

      I can tell you a little third-party opinion - more precisely how to see it from the side and not from the thick of events.
      It is clear that both sides demonize each other and the Russian Federation is no different from the US and the EU.
      Degree of guilt? It’s too late to look for the degree of guilt - you need to deal with the reasons that led to this condition.
      The root of the problem is that the Russian Federation neither believes nor believes absolutely understand why.
      As we recall, it all started from the Crimea - they are not there.
      Of course, it can be argued (how this is done so far) that all this was a spontaneous outburst of the local population - but both those present and (no doubt) the intelligence services of the West know the truth and when they say cheap demagoguery to you - and you Caught by the hand?
      The other side only has to shrug and ... reduce the level of trust.
      Then, interference in the elections, etc. etc. - there are a lot, a lot of things that, if not 100%, have an obvious trace of the work of the Russian special services, then it is extremely close to this.
      All this undermines trust and relationships.
      It’s just that at some time the second side comes to the understanding that the first side should not have anything to do.
      All this, I believe, is a failure of the Foreign Ministry - and a complete failure of both the head himself and the analytical services.
      This whole spiral of mistrust and mutual sanctions, threats, etc. can get out of control.
      Many people think that the behavior of all these countries is Russophobia.
      Yes, nothing like that.
      Russia is simply not believed.
      It seems to me that everything further will only get worse.
      1. avia12005
        avia12005 27 March 2018 06: 28
        +11
        There is no failure of the Foreign Ministry, there is no offensive foreign policy. Instead of starting to blame first, Russia only constantly responds. You can not do it this way. It is necessary to provoke conflicts in the West.
        1. karish
          karish 27 March 2018 06: 52
          +3
          Quote: avia12005
          This is not a failure of the Foreign Ministry, there is a lack of an offensive foreign policy.

          offensive? Yes, much more offensive.
          Quote: avia12005
          . Instead of starting to blame first, Russia only constantly responds

          Start first? What and why?
          Do you think that the West began the first confrontation first? Sorry, I do not think so

          Quote: avia12005
          It is necessary to provoke conflicts in the West.

          Well, what the Russian Federation in general is doing.
          1. Tatyana
            Tatyana 27 March 2018 12: 27
            +2
            Divine article!
            I especially liked the author’s brilliant conclusion-phrase:
            Under these conditions, even a military confrontation with Russia will cease to be perceived in Europe as it is perceived today - as something completely meaningless and unnecessary. Europeans will be strongly recommended through the same omnipotent propaganda: “Go to the East and take everything you need there!”
            1. Natalia777
              Natalia777 27 March 2018 18: 40
              0
              I think that the next harsh winter in the European Union with 30-degree frosts will return Europeans to reason. The USA will gradually lose its influence in Europe.
          2. S-kerrigan
            S-kerrigan 29 March 2018 06: 11
            +1
            Do you think that the West began the first confrontation first? Sorry, I do not think so

            Is it the Russian Federation that moved NATO bases close to itself? And then, NATO itself screamed, "These Russians are close to the countries of the accomplices! We need to take preventive measures!" Or do you have a bad memory?
          3. Cossack 471
            Cossack 471 31 March 2018 22: 29
            0
            The son of Israel. give an example where we provoke conflicts in the west?
        2. Mih1974
          Mih1974 27 March 2018 13: 48
          +7
          Where the hell to attack until the "home" rear is not provided? fool Look at the geeks in government engaged in economics !!! Yes, there Stalin must be lowered to them, there through one "enemy of the People" and it is necessary to shoot right on the spot! A warrior called oligarchs, and Titov, who tried not only to get rid of thieves who escaped with stolen money to London, but also tax amnesties and “compensation for possible financial losses” from returning stolen money to Russia belay negative am
          How are you going to step somewhere? Yes, the majority of those in power are ready, even now, to stick a knife in the back of those in the trenches and to throw out a deliberate flag !! You Yeltsin Center is not indicative of anything, what do you need in order to directly propose licking American boots?
          1. Natalia777
            Natalia777 27 March 2018 18: 42
            0
            Nothing - nothing ... and these Avdiev stables will slowly clean out. Moscow was not built in a day.
        3. luk
          luk 27 March 2018 18: 02
          0
          At least someone understands that in the information war there is no concept of “defense”. To justify itself means knowingly putting oneself in the position of the guilty.
        4. serezhasoldatow
          serezhasoldatow 27 March 2018 19: 00
          0
          That is, in your opinion, it turns out that the day before the "poisoning" it was necessary to shout that Putin was not to blame for this?
      2. rotmistr60
        rotmistr60 27 March 2018 06: 40
        +27
        karish
        As we recall, it all started with the Crimea
        And here you are deeply mistaken. It all started not from the Crimea, but much earlier. As soon as Russia in the early 2000s began to declare itself. Long before the Crimea, NATO began to actively move towards our borders, the use of anti-Russian statements, provocations began actively ...
        Russia is simply not believed.
        You repeat one by one what Western politicians and political scientists, and especially the young European ones, are talking about. Your "side view" is not true at the root.
        1. karish
          karish 27 March 2018 06: 58
          +2
          Quote: rotmistr60
          And here you are deeply mistaken. It all started not from the Crimea, but much earlier. As soon as Russia in the early 2000s began to declare itself.

          ??
          Verbally. At the beginning of the 2000, relations between the Russian Federation and the West were excellent.
          in the Russian Federation, the economy of the Russian Federation was on the rise, oil prices were rising. and investments were breaking records.
          The welfare of the Russians grew.
          What didn’t you like?
          Quote: rotmistr60
          Long before the Crimea, NATO began to actively move towards our borders,

          There was no agreement and a signed document prohibiting NATo to do this.
          At the same time (you somehow forgot 0 NATo was almost disarmed and reduced defense budgets to a minimum
          Quote: rotmistr60
          actively began the use of anti-Russian statements, provocations

          Sorry, I don’t remember. can confirm with a reference. ?
          Quote: rotmistr60
          You repeat one by one what Western politicians and political scientists, and especially the young European ones, are talking about. Your "side view" is not true at the root.

          From your side it may look like that.
          but this is my opinion and mind you. I (unlike you) watch enemy news in their native language. and not a selection and interpretation of the ones made by the first channel or Solovyov.
          1. Moor
            Moor 27 March 2018 11: 56
            +12
            Quote: karish

            Verbally. At the beginning of the 2000, relations between the Russian Federation and the West were excellent.
            in the Russian Federation, the economy of the Russian Federation was on the rise, oil prices were rising. and investments were breaking records.
            The welfare of the Russians grew.
            What didn’t you like?

            Most of all I liked the pearl about the growing well-being of Russians in the 2000's. Although, if I mean the capital, I will not dispute. By the way, the inhabitants of the capital region are experiencing gentle nostalgia at the end of the 90 and the beginning of the zero, when they came to the province they felt almost demigods with salaries 9-10 times the income of the “natives” (I heard this term personally). It was at this time that a clear trend of labor migration from the regions of Russia to Moscow was identified.
            Investments hit records? Investments in which sectors of the economy, can you tell? Or investment refers to the purchase of controlling stakes in the most significant Russian enterprises. So this process ended in 90.
            "At the beginning of the 2000's, relations between the Russian Federation and the West were excellent." Of course, why shouldn’t they be so if Russia at that time practically surrendered on all counts. Relations between the colonialist and the native always deteriorate at the moment when the natives refuse to exchange gold and ivory for glass beads and chintz pieces. From this very moment, the natives are declared "uncivilized" and "civilizers" are sent to them.
          2. petyaivolk
            petyaivolk 27 March 2018 16: 48
            0
            Quote: karish
            From your side it may look like that.

            From our side, it looks like all of this was organized by the "great solver" of problems from Israel, who always hangs between the USA and Britain as something that is not customary in a decent society to talk about.
            All this coincided very much with Syria. So the Dutch heights will have to give.
            And all that you have said here is simple: nonsense, which also confirms what was said above.
            1. karish
              karish 27 March 2018 18: 43
              +1
              Quote: petyaivolk
              So the Dutch heights will have to give.

              We are back in Holland laughing
              1. petyaivolk
                petyaivolk 28 March 2018 07: 39
                0
                Quote: karish
                We are back in Holland

                Well, you yourself said that I didn’t pull you by the tongue.
                Have you “returned” the Boeing of Holland too?
          3. Natalia777
            Natalia777 27 March 2018 18: 48
            +1
            It doesn’t matter what language you watch the enemy news. The main thing is that you are working with the enemies of Russia in the same trench against Russia. Shame.
          4. serezhasoldatow
            serezhasoldatow 27 March 2018 19: 01
            0
            Uncle Sasha, you ...?
        2. Darek
          Darek 28 March 2018 12: 23
          0
          But do we not care whether the Jews believe us or not? It’s somehow parallel to me.
      3. savage1976
        savage1976 27 March 2018 09: 44
        +8
        And in 1812, too, was trust? And in 1917? And in 1941, and in pre-Petrine times, too, a loss of confidence? Alas, the reason is the desire of the West to be the master and see all the other peoples and civilizations in the role of their slaves. The subtly total extermination of all Western civilization will put an end to eternal enmity, at least for many centuries.
        1. karish
          karish 27 March 2018 10: 09
          0
          Quote: savage1976
          And in 1812, too, was trust? And in 1917? And in 1941, and in pre-Petrine times, too, a loss of confidence? Alas, the reason is the desire of the West to be the master and see all the other peoples and civilizations in the role of their slaves. The subtly total extermination of all Western civilization will put an end to eternal enmity, at least for many centuries.

          Well, you still remember the Tatar-Mongol yoke.
          over this entire period of time, each country and Russia, including including allies, have changed dozens of times as well as enemies.
          there are no friends in politics, there are interests.
          1. Victor-M
            Victor-M 27 March 2018 11: 16
            +4
            Quote: karish
            there are no friends in politics, there are interests.

            You probably have a lot of friends? Wherever you spit everywhere anti-Semitism seems, offended you are "ours."
          2. Natalia777
            Natalia777 27 March 2018 18: 49
            0
            Well, you can immediately see that you are a victim of the exam. You do not see beyond your nose.
          3. serezhasoldatow
            serezhasoldatow 27 March 2018 19: 03
            0
            And Stalin, which the state gave you.
      4. Serhiodjan
        Serhiodjan 27 March 2018 14: 06
        +12
        Sorry, but you don’t have a side view. You have a look from the side of the brain clogged by propaganda. You talk about Crimea and forget about cookies on the Maidan and about long and hard efforts to separate Ukraine from Russia from the west.
        You talk about interference in elections in the United States, and even if it happened (and there was only a disclosure of Clinton’s mail where you can clearly see what kind of predator it is), for some reason you are silent about the fact that the sun-handed people, together with Britain, interfere in the elections wherever they want including in the Russian Federation over the past hundred years and something not particularly reflecting on this matter.

        You just made you think that the West acts reasonably in response to the actions of the Russian Federation. A striking example is Georgia - it all started with the bombing of Tskhinval and our peacekeepers by hail, but do you know about this? Even if you have heard, you probably consider the inept arguments of Russian propaganda, which you can not believe.

        The most desirable outcome for the West is that we ourselves believe that we are wrong in that we are the cause of all ills. And you, whether intentionally or simply by your faith, are an agent of this plan.

        But nothing will come of it. As one Canadian acquaintance told me, “at the end Russians always win”. So it will be this time.
      5. Horon
        Horon 27 March 2018 14: 07
        +9
        As we recall, it all started from the Crimea - they are not there.

        Why so late? Only from the Crimea? Where did Kosovo go? And where did the massacre of Russian peacekeepers in South Ossetia go about, which was modestly silent in the Western media? Why in the West they bless the collapse of some states and officially support the separatist movements in them and severely suppress such movements in their camp? Double standards and New Imperialism are the true face of the West, and you, as a resident of Israel, cannot be an outside observer, since Israel is an outpost of Western ideas in the Middle East! You are also subject to pro-Western propaganda, as residents of pro-Russian Russia.
      6. Glory1974
        Glory1974 27 March 2018 14: 25
        +3
        special services of the West know the truth and when they talk to you like cheap demagoguery like - did you catch us by the hand?

        That’s exactly what they began to say to Moscow when she hinted at NATO expansion: “And did we sign the agreement? No, only verbally promised, but these people are gone.”
        Then the United States withdrew from the ABM Treaty. And the understanding came:
        It’s just that at some time the second side comes to the understanding that the first side should not have anything to do.

        What was Putin’s Munich speech about?
        But this statement is yours, after the Americans said that they have the right to interfere in the elections anywhere, but Russia does not, it is not at all clear.
        Then, interference in the elections, etc. etc. - there are a lot, a lot of things that, if not 100%, have an obvious trace of the work of the Russian special services, then it is extremely close to this.
      7. neoshef
        neoshef 27 March 2018 15: 36
        +3
        Hang this noodles with your friends dill on the ears, and here Russia.
      8. Winnie76
        Winnie76 27 March 2018 15: 40
        +6
        Quote: karish
        It is clear that both sides demonize each other and the Russian Federation is no different from the US and the EU.

        What is the demonization of the Russian media? Call a spade a spade.
        Quote: karish
        Degree of guilt? It’s too late to look for the degree of guilt - you need to deal with the reasons that led to this condition.

        Why late? We all remember about the test tube, about the expansion of NATO, about missile defense, about Yugoslavia, about Skripal. And ... It makes no sense to sort it out. It’s time to beat the brazen faces.
        Quote: karish
        All this, I believe, is a failure of the Foreign Ministry - and a complete failure of both the head himself and the analytical services.

        The weapon of the Foreign Ministry is the word. And there is nothing to talk about with these Boris and Theresa. They need to dunk.
        Quote: karish
        As we recall, it all started from the Crimea - they are not there.

        It all started much earlier. The Cold War never ended on their part.

        Quote: karish
        Then, interference in the elections, etc. etc. - there are a lot, a lot of things that, if not 100%, have an obvious trace of the work of the Russian special services, then it is extremely close to this.

        Who are you treating?
        Quote: karish
        This whole spiral of mistrust and mutual sanctions, threats, etc. can get out of control.

        Not we started it.
        Quote: karish
        Russia is simply not believed.
        It seems to me that everything further will only get worse.

        These are their problems. Baptize, Karish, maybe you won’t be hooked.
      9. Mikhail3
        Mikhail3 27 March 2018 17: 42
        +2
        The root of the problem is that the Russian Federation neither believes nor believes absolutely understand why.
        Putin is the only politician on the planet who scrupulously keeps his word. And he is the only one in the world who is BELIEVED. Therefore, they press us so clearly and shamelessly. In this tactic, Israel is in the lead, because the Syrian war has hindered Israeli plans. So the third-party comment was clearly not given ...
        1. tol100v
          tol100v 29 March 2018 18: 39
          0
          Quote: Mikhail3
          So the third-party comment was clearly not given ...

          A third-party comment written for money from the lips of others!
      10. Severe
        Severe 27 March 2018 17: 44
        +1
        Write garbage dear! The degree of trust or mistrust equally depends on all parties ... And Russia has been deceived and fooled so many times that your liberal nonsense is of no interest to anyone! And personally, I would rather trust a viper than the whole Anglo-Saxon and others like him.
      11. ARES623
        ARES623 27 March 2018 17: 52
        +1
        Quote: karish
        Russia is simply not believed.

        Some kind of naive idea of ​​the world. There was no “faith” as such in international relations between geopolitical opponents, and there will not be any in the foreseeable future. Periodically occurring fragments of trust between leaders of countries over and over again turn into global fraud. Here Putin in the film said that he trusted the American, and he deceived him. But haven’t we been deceived before? Didn’t they deceive Gorbachev during the unification of Germany and the dissolution of the VD? GDP also will not tell the whole truth. And not in Crimea, it all started. And at least from Ivan IV.
        Quote: karish
        Then election interventions

        And only housewives with one crinkle below the waist generally believe in this. Or do you think that Teresa May, who was the Minister of the Interior for 6 years, or Hillary Clinton, who worked half a life in the field of jurisprudence, do not know what the presumption of innocence is and that any charge is worth something only when supported by evidence? Both Theresa, and Hillary, and many others are well aware that all their arguments are lies and utter nonsense.
        All these accusations of Russia of all sins are nothing but an excuse in the eyes of its constituents for its widespread diplomatic and psychological aggression against our country with one purpose - economic strangulation, dismemberment and seizure of our country's resources. Crimea in all this catavasia is only an episode for which the United States paid billions to Ukrainians, but which Russia intercepted. The United States harbored a grudge against this.
      12. Natalia777
        Natalia777 27 March 2018 18: 30
        +1
        karish, and don’t hope that Russia will be worse. Now other times have come. Russia will be better every year. Russia does not need vampire friends sucking all the juices out of it. And no matter how the United States and Britain growl and bark, Russia will now only gain power. It is the Anglo-American hysterical barking and false accusations that Russia is going the right way. And Russia does not need the Anglo-American "trust" behind which is death and annihilation. Better to have them enemies than friends. And Our Crimea is a confirmation of this. And our Syria is a confirmation of this. And South Ossetia and Abkhazia - ours - are confirmation of this. Russia has always won wars. And in this hybrid war, Russia will win.
      13. Korb
        Korb 28 March 2018 11: 41
        0
        Yes, where do you come from then such .... they don’t know how to write in Russian, but to talk about high politics there too ...
        "The root of the problem is that the Russian Federation neither believes nor believes absolutely understand why." -NI believe - it is written they do not believe ... well this is ... what do you absolutely understand ???? share
        "As we recall, it all started from the Crimea - they are not there." - from which Crimea?!?! and what, before there were no sanctions?!?! And in 1946, Churchill made his speech in Fulton also because of the Crimea?!?! and the "Magnitsky law" - is also because of the Crimea ???? What, all similar attempts to list here ???
        "Many people think that the behavior of all these countries is Russophobia." - many - how much ??? Just to write ??? This behavior of non-countries is just full of examples of normal relations between people from any country - this is behavior - and it is Russophobic - those holding power - and ONLY mattresses and nagliya - everyone else wants it or themselves (they just can’t do anything on their own - but because corner - with pleasure), or FORCED to bark in the common choir - but as soon as the hegemony of the world gendarme disappears (not now, and maybe not in the next decade) - the choir will fall apart, and some will immediately attack the former owner.
        "It seems to me that everything further will only get worse." - and here I completely agree with you - they can no longer stop without losing face.
      14. qwests
        qwests 28 March 2018 14: 26
        0
        covered himself well, supposedly in other people's words.
        I want to scold you, but I can’t find good words. Crimea left on the principle of Kosovo - ours used Western tactics. only the lands did not go to someone, but to us. the rest that you got there, you can score.
      15. NF68
        NF68 28 March 2018 17: 33
        0
        Quote: karish
        It is clear that both sides demonize each other and the Russian Federation is no different from the US and the EU.


        Where and when did officials from the Russian Federation carry the same nonsense as the United States or Britain?
      16. user
        user 29 March 2018 11: 46
        0
        Russia is simply not believed.


        I have not read a more idiotic conclusion, if something is so sorry that it is so abrupt.
      17. tol100v
        tol100v 29 March 2018 18: 22
        +1
        Quote: karish
        It seems to me that everything further will only get worse.

        Then it will be worse! Such as you, with your analogous mistakes, you need to not only ban, but also beat in the face is very painful!
    2. siberalt
      siberalt 27 March 2018 07: 39
      +5
      The more we make excuses, the more suspicious we become. Officially declared their innocence and that's enough, now there is nothing to drool. It was necessary to immediately initiate a meeting of the UN Security Council with its agenda, and not wait until others declare it. And now you need to do something really ahead of schedule. winked
      1. Monster_Fat
        Monster_Fat 27 March 2018 10: 55
        +5
        It is curious that everyone somehow forgot the Western plans for Russia that were voiced by Poland, after the collapse of the USSR. Then a plan was proposed for a “cardinal solution of the Russian question”: the complete demilitarization of Russia — the destruction of all its nuclear weapons, together with all offensive weapons, for police and border needs to leave only insignificant territorial armed forces, to declare nations that want “freedom” as free states with their full recognition, as well as individual territorial entities, to declare Siberia and the Far East a territory under the jurisdiction of UNESCO for "free enterprise" of all interested parties, politically unite the remaining territories on a federal principle with subsequent accession to the EU. This plan was considered too radical at that time, requiring large costs from the side of “democracies” and fraught with various risks, and it was decided to “democratize” Russia by “soft methods” first by imposing on one side the priority of “pan-European” laws and norms over domestic ones, then adoption internal laws and norms based on the "Western", gradual disarmament, "liberalization" of the economy, etc.
        1. Natalia777
          Natalia777 27 March 2018 22: 23
          0
          It can be seen that the time has come for Russia to get a good vaccination in the 90s against cookies from Vicki Nuland and Bush's legs. We finally understood that the West sees Russia as prey to satisfy its needs.
    3. Victor-M
      Victor-M 27 March 2018 11: 13
      +3
      Quote: Spartanez300
      I’m just wondering how long the European countries will follow the same US and England

      Until the Yoluston volcano wakes up.
    4. demo
      demo 27 March 2018 18: 27
      +1
      If there was something to include, they would not be put in the place of leaders of the EU countries.
      So they will dance to someone else's tune for a long time.
  2. Altona
    Altona 27 March 2018 07: 11
    +12
    Quote: karish
    This whole spiral of mistrust and mutual sanctions, threats, etc. can get out of control.
    Many people think that the behavior of all these countries is Russophobia.
    Yes, nothing like that.
    Russia is simply not believed.

    --------------------------
    Karish, what do you care about Crimea? Go down from the Golan Heights first. If I now begin to water the Jews for all their sins, then anti-Semitism will seem like a childish prank on the lawn. What is the reason for us to believe in the West, if all Western politics is a lie, provocation and interference, a good example of Iraq with a Powell test tube. Even your under-state, Karish, arose as a German migration project to send the Jewish population of Europe to Palestine. Where you had to fight the same Anglo-Saxons that you love so much.
    1. karish
      karish 27 March 2018 11: 44
      0
      Quote: Altona
      Karish, what do you care about Crimea?

      but somehow I didn’t write to myself
      Quote: Altona
      Go down the Golan Heights first

      And what do you care about the Golan?
      Elijah wrote like - leave the Crimea?
      Quote: Altona
      If I begin to water the Jews for all their sins, then anti-Semitism will seem like a childish prank on the lawn

      Well, just scared, but I don’t know what to do?
      Prepare matzo for Passover or not?
      What do you think ?
      Quote: Altona
      What is the reason for us to trust the West

      And what reason should they trust you?
      Quote: Altona
      if all Western politics is a lie, provocation and interference

      Do you think this cannot be said about Russia?

      Quote: Altona
      An illustrative example of Iraq with a Powell test tube.

      What do you say, but nothing that it was in 2001?
      I’m not saying what this had to do with Russia.
      As the Russian Federation perfectly coexisted with the United States (note in Europe that no one shook test tubes) --- another whole 14 years
      Quote: Altona
      Even your under-state, Karish, arose as a German migration project to send the Jewish population of Europe to Palestine

      First of all, the state determines the attitude towards its citizens, concern for their welfare, education, health care, standard of living ---- we want to talk about this.
      laughing
      Quote: Altona
      Where you had to fight the same Anglo-Saxons that you love so much.

      nonsense.
      1. Natalia777
        Natalia777 27 March 2018 22: 26
        +1
        karish, you would have to trade fish in the market. Shout out all the merchants.
  3. Optimist
    Optimist 27 March 2018 07: 54
    +8
    Karish is a provocateur!
  4. Basil50
    Basil50 27 March 2018 08: 11
    +3
    All of these HPPs (cunningly invented plans) are based on impunity. Well, why should the mistress of this T May be afraid? The Queen is in the shadows, but her representative blathers. The previous appointee also blundered. When it becomes known that they voiced an outright lie to justify their own meanness, it’s not even necessary to apologize, not to suffer at least some kind of punishment.
    Especially now they are building a * coalition * and of course there are those who want to participate in the general barking. All the same, there will be nothing for it, but they will receive pleasure and deliver pleasure to the owner.
  5. Waddimm
    Waddimm 27 March 2018 08: 30
    +14
    Quote: karish

    I can tell you a little third-party opinion - more precisely how to see it from the side and not from the thick of events.

    It is very remarkable that this comment appeared here. Obviously, some part of the inhabitants “from the outside” adheres to this point of view: “It all started from the Crimea!”
    They sat on their wonderful side, somewhere by the pool, sipped a cocktail, admired the sunset, and then bang - on TV: “Russians annexed Crimea!”, Bang - to the Internet: “Russian troops, under the guise of“ Green Men ”, captured Crimea". Naturally, you get fucked up from such an unexpected arrogance! No, well, it was still wonderful: a pool, a cocktail, a sunset, and here you have such a perdimonocle.
    And after all, what is not clear: well, why would it suddenly be? Nobody provoked, nothing threatened Russia's security. The United States did not intend to build a naval base in Crimea, Ukraine was not going to expel the Black Sea Fleet from Crimea, and the Crimeans never considered themselves Russian and did not want to separate from Ukraine! After all, Ukrainians then from the Maidan did not send trains to the Crimea with Natsik! Yes, and the Maidan gathered on its own, but no one financed it from Western countries and did not prepare a coup with the flight of the lawful President, a heavenly hundred, massacres of Russian-speaking residents! With these remarkable events, no one was making an exact fit for the Sochi Olympics, which, incidentally, was not called upon to boycott and no one was an inkpecker in the media with enthusiasm for a woodpecker! Ah, yes, from the G8, for some reason, Russia itself has toppled and torn the economy to shreds (or vice versa, at first it broke, then it fell off - there’s no way to remember). And before that, during the days of the Beijing Olympics, no one attacked South Ossetia and did not shoot Russian peacekeepers from tanks! And most importantly, no one organized color revolutions in countries neighboring Russia, and in Russia, too, the white coilers themselves wound up, from dirt and damp!
    And inadequate Russia, for no reason, annexed Crimea, lied about the green men and now no one believes it!
    For me, everything is logical. And what do you think?
    1. Natalia777
      Natalia777 27 March 2018 22: 30
      0
      That's it. Russia took its original Crimea watered more than once by Russian blood directly from under NATO’s nose. This is where the United States and the Britons were shocked at full length. Until now, they have been barking for 4 years.
  6. Nikolay Evdokimov
    Nikolay Evdokimov 27 March 2018 08: 31
    +3
    "a motivated drop in world energy prices will not stand another" knockout blow "and will be forced to throw the white flag and accept the Western conditions of surrender." (C) Do you want to joke how can it all end? The Green Men are pushing for democracy Saudi Arabia, Qatar and other small things pot-bellied throughout the Middle East. Do you want a war ?? We have them.
  7. Monster_Fat
    Monster_Fat 27 March 2018 08: 42
    +4
    The situation has already been completely driven into a dead end — Russophobia in the West has already reached such a magnitude that now, any doubt about Russia's “guilt” in everything that is attributed to it, any attempt to “dialogue” with it or contact with its representatives, as in politics and business, it is considered as a “betrayal” of the interests of Western “democracies”, an attempt on the foundations and foundation of the entire “Western civilization”. Even more, now it’s good practice in the West to “think up” new places where Russian influence has been “dug in”, places where Russia can “harm” —in the West, a competition has already begun to identify persons associated with the “Russian threat” —that is, a new “hunt” has begun to the witch. " How long will it last? I think that at least 6 years ....
    1. Himdym
      Himdym 27 March 2018 10: 13
      +2
      while the guys from Siemens are suing sales of turbines in Crimea, the guys from the Elliott Group are increasing sales in the post-Soviet space, while Cisco and Linksys are squeezing Europeans out of our market. so to whom sanctions, and to whom with satchels satchels.
      plus restrictions on the supply of steel, automotive equipment, etc. from Europe to the States, also does not contribute to the prosperity of the first.
      So I’m not sure that the business will gladly unfasten the cabbage on the election campaign of the current ruling parties in Europe, I admit that some of the presidents / prime ministers will leave their posts ahead of schedule amid not so much social tension as opposition from a more generously funded opposition.
      1. Monster_Fat
        Monster_Fat 27 March 2018 10: 24
        +1
        This is true - the markets are instantly captured by Chinese and American competitors should Europeans get out of there. And now, in a crisis, it’s very difficult to sell products. In Europe, manufacturers understand this, but .... they have fewer and fewer levers to influence the election of the politicians they need, the fact is that the Americans, on the one hand, are financing financial promotion of the politicians they need in Europe, on the one hand, with on the other hand, I have a massive influence on the media they bought in Europe in order to once again promote the candidates they need and to “drown” those who are not needed, and besides, they have a lot of “compromising evidence” on any more or less well-known politician in Europe and, on occasion, compromise they’re like “two fingers on the ice” ... So, since the time of Kolya’s departure, Europe no longer chooses for itself “its” presidents, nor prime ministers, nor anyone “significant” to the parliament or government ...
        1. Himdym
          Himdym 27 March 2018 10: 35
          0
          I partially agree, but nevertheless, the recent events in the Bundestag with the lengthy negotiations of the ruling coalition of parties inspire hope that not everything is still lost. It is clear that the same Bayer, buying Monsanto, incurred such debts that it’s fit to say that the aspirins sold offal, but when it comes to real trade wars, and there is a conflict of interest, I won’t be sure that the influence bankers will be decisive. it’s enough for one very large company to sag to provoke a banking crisis with which mattresses just won’t cope, because it’s infinitely impossible to roll in freshly printed candy wrappers. Here it happened.
          1. Monster_Fat
            Monster_Fat 27 March 2018 11: 04
            0
            Uh Here the "mattresses" also developed an "antidote." It is clear that the "business" will resist pressure, but ... to a certain extent. And the Americans make good use of it. If they meet the resistance of big business somewhere, what do they do? That's right: they provoke scandals around this business with the loss of its acquired “reputation” (and in the West it is very painful) and other things. The shares of such companies are rapidly falling, the business is slowly, and then faster and faster it begins to take on the traits of a loss-making one, and here the Americans make a “profitable” offer –– either you play according to our rules, or simply, we buy your business (merger, etc.). Recent banking and car scandals are an example.
      2. max702
        max702 27 March 2018 10: 36
        0
        Quote: Himdym
        So I’m not sure that the business will gladly unfasten the cabbage on the election campaign of the current ruling parties in Europe

        But who will ask them? All financial resources are in the hands of the bourgeois elite, and how much patience they need from business will pay .. That’s why they arranged globalization ..
        1. Himdym
          Himdym 27 March 2018 10: 40
          0
          not all, although, of course, the FRS controls the banking sector, but it’s quite uplifting to start with local elections - in the provinces, lands, cantons, so that the opposition wins them, the federal authorities will have to reckon with them, otherwise Catalonia throughout Europe.
          1. Monster_Fat
            Monster_Fat 27 March 2018 11: 12
            +1
            Come on ... we have all seen all these "games" in "self-determination" both in Greece, and in Spain, in Germany and the UK, and how they all ended up "zilch". And why? Yes, because under all of them there is no "financial" foundation, and all the "slogans" usually end when it comes to the fact that the "step" comes when it comes to understanding that you will have to pay for everything and work not only in language but also in hands.
            1. Himdym
              Himdym 27 March 2018 12: 23
              +1
              Politically speaking, Catalonia is not about independence. This is about the distribution of taxes. But at the household level, it is still a national identity. Some 20 years ago, the Basques kept all the Pyrenees in fear, where is the guarantee that similar actions will not provoke power in other regions? It seems to me, and the Germans remember the time of the Red Brigades very well.
              but in general, every vegetable has its time, Puigdemon and Co. simply decided that they are the best candidates for the ruling elite of Catalonia. and got a kick.
              1. max702
                max702 28 March 2018 12: 37
                0
                Quote: Himdym
                Some 20 years ago, the Basques kept all the Pyrenees in fear, where is the guarantee that similar actions will not provoke power in other regions?

                Look! Now you understand why in the West they are intensely propagating tolerance, tolerance, and other perversions? But just so that there would be no material for the red brigades and others, so that the layman would not think about mine, and therefore would not resist .. The bourgeois elite perfectly understands their past mistakes, and over the decades simply castrated the European population, as before made with the Japanese ..
      3. Mikhail3
        Mikhail3 27 March 2018 17: 46
        0
        Let's hope that everything will continue to be so. Because according to the bourgeois rules, we won’t win the bourgeois game for anything.
    2. Natalia777
      Natalia777 27 March 2018 22: 38
      0
      You I see an optimist. And it’s time to go down to the real World. After 6 years, the President of the Russian Federation will be a man from the Putin team, that is, "Putin squared." And in terms of secret weapons, Russia has a “surprise” for the two-headed hydra - the USA + Britain. But for the United States, these 6 years may become the hour of “X” because the United States has hidden so much shit behind the painted facade that Russia never dreamed of.
  8. BAI
    BAI 27 March 2018 09: 13
    +3
    The so-called Skripal poisoning is invariantly an anti-Russian political provocation, organized by the special services of Great Britain and the USA.

    This, in particular, indicates the following.

    This is indicated primarily by the fact that he was officially released from Russia. Nobody needs him in Russia.
  9. Lev Bronsch
    Lev Bronsch 27 March 2018 09: 22
    +2
    I will say briefly - only two of our mistakes, winning the right to host the World Cup 2018 football and supporting the separatists of Donbass. Alas, now they will beat in an adult way. More details:
    1. Since 2011, all the mainstream Anglo-Saxon media have stated that they will not allow the World Cup to be held here. The reason is that they really have something in between football between a fetish and religion. Simplifying it, I bit them, how did you intend to negotiate with a believer about God ?? Yes, they will put up a division of "violinists" for the sake of this. Fortunately there is someone)). The United States has its own buns - LNG, SP-2, and more. We keep in mind that it was the United States that has long known the real BOV formula. Understand, we were given the opportunity to hold an insignificant but international competition, the winter Olympic Games 2014, but the World Cup2018 is just 10 times more significant and marginal and prestigious than the winter Olympic Games. England seriously set its sights on it. And here, in their opinion, such a piece was "unfairly" given away. What to do - war !! And in the war, all means are good - roughly the same logic, alas ... I propose a bet - ours claim that they are refusing World Cup 2018 (it’s not clear at all what kind of stuff we need it for), and then it turns out that the abdull rats were stained in the pizzeria, overlooked, creaked and other pizzas ate and they got sick ... This will be the official version, well, a couple of English iksperds will be fired. All!!
    2. The funny thing is that the position "territorial integrity of Ukraine" is clearly divided into 2 parts. Donbass to Ukraine, but in the Crimea it’s somehow necessary to decide and think. And in general, Khrushchev also fancied there and Manstein fought in the Russian Crimea, etc. And if you look at the social polls of Ukrainians, then 50% already do not want to think about the Ukrainian Crimea. And the point was to stop the Bandera Donbass bend? Are there Russian people ?? So welkam to Russia !! A simplified procedure for obtaining citizenship, and now 2-3 million new citizens, obviously with a closer mentality than from Central Asia ... Now is the 21st century and human resources are important, not bombed territories. Or do we have a little land ?? Moreover, who said that the Russians in the Donbass? Hataskrayniki, yes ... And a small province with the unwillingness of the central government will always lose, as you do not feed it from the outside.
    Here is a dialectic. As the clever said - this is worse than a crime, this is a mistake.
    And you are all about the skripals, England ... You yourself need to think where to get involved, and where to stand aside. Tea policy is not a jousting tournament
    1. Monster_Fat
      Monster_Fat 27 March 2018 09: 34
      +1
      They say that many who considered themselves Russian from Novorossia in the beginning and rushed to Russia, and in their place every Russian “fight-to-rob” lumpen popped up, but it turned out that nobody needs them in Russia — no job, no way to get housing, nothing but the beds in the sheds converted into "hostels" ..... had to go back.
      1. sib.ataman
        sib.ataman 27 March 2018 09: 45
        0
        Did you run along this route? "Run", usually lovers of muddy water. If we are talking about freeloaders, then in the Russian Federation there are enough of them. Give preference to someone, such desires have long evaporated! And refugees everywhere suffer: in S. Africa and in B. Vostok! Se la vie, ts ..
      2. Victor-M
        Victor-M 27 March 2018 11: 21
        0
        Quote: Monster_Fat
        They say that many who considered themselves Russian from Novorossia in the beginning and rushed to Russia, and in their place every Russian “fight-to-rob” lumpen popped up, but it turned out that nobody needs them in Russia — no job, no way to get housing, nothing but the beds in the sheds converted into "hostels" ..... had to go back.

        Where are the promised P * NDOSami democracy, peace, prosperity in the Middle East. Your snout is no longer in fluff, but in a specific animal hair, so put your comment in your woolly f * ck.
        1. Monster_Fat
          Monster_Fat 27 March 2018 11: 42
          0
          I am not a "p.i.d.o.s." I temporarily "occupied" the "striped territory". wink
          1. Monster_Fat
            Monster_Fat 27 March 2018 11: 59
            +2
            And by the way, about "democracy." In fact, the Americans never promise that they will BUILD democracy in any country there! They are ATTENTION! they only "liberate" them from "tyranny", and the "liberated" "natives" themselves must already build "democracy"! Clever, really? You don’t have “democracy”, well, the USA has an “iron excuse”: we Americans are not to blame, we have done our job, freed you from tyranny, and then you’re sama-sama ... wink
    2. Natalia777
      Natalia777 27 March 2018 22: 43
      0
      You are like a small child. If there wasn’t a Championship, the naughty Saxons would come up with something else. Together with the Russian and original lands of ALL Novorossiya, there will be a welkam to Russia and Zaporozhye and Prykarpattya will also join the lands. Let not now, but in 10 years - be sure to come true. Yes, and Little Russia and Galician Russia-Russian land.
      1. Lev Bronsch
        Lev Bronsch 27 March 2018 22: 57
        0
        Natalia, of course you are right, and you can invent 1000 and one more reason. I just say that making any decisions you need to at least minimally predict the reaction, sometimes painful, on the verge of psychopathy, of other participants in the process. Roughly saying "do not tease geese." And if you "tease", then have super-strong positions to beat off the "otvetki". What are we observing now? The answer went, it’s not necessary to motivate the enemy (and the Anglo-Saxons are enemies) - we ourselves motivated him with stupid actions, and we immediately swim, helplessly and ugly. And the helpless are drowned and kicked by the whole crowd - have you heard the law of the jungle? Therefore, I believe that for now, I emphasize, while we are not ready for the World Cup - there is no infrastructure, except for Moscow, people don’t care about football at all. Do you even look at the attendance of matches at our place and in Zap. Europe. We have a bunch of fanatics, there is entertainment for the masses. And they look at our attempts to hold the World Cup with undisguised irritation and the desire to put the “upstarts” in their place. Hence the WAD scandals and investigations in the bribery of FIFA and to the "violins" have come. It’s true that it’s not clear why we should motivate the enemy ourselves and give him trump cards ??? We are still weak, we should catch in a fair game, but then we decided to play by the rules of the "gentlemen", but the navel will not untie?
    3. kan123
      kan123 31 March 2018 22: 40
      0
      sportsmen are not related to politics. Those who refuse championships - biotlon players, or football players - simply can’t show anything at the championship - they have their own show off, do not participate in a known loss, where, under the conditions, they are obliged to win - and - lose. Not a single strong sportsman will refuse to speak, not a single team. And if they can be called from London, and ordered not to go there - that’s already, there is no need to compete. Already then - there is no sport. The same situation with this Olympiad in Korea - Putin himself gave them the right to decide - to go, not to go. Someone basically didn’t go, but basically everyone went to perform. I would have this London with their skripals and the hops of this old woman, if I had been training for the championship for years. She went to taverns for years, and poisoned there, poisoned blacks, and in the morning I got up and trained for the championship. This is the difference between sport and politics - they suffer from garbage, and then they will tell you where to go, if they didn’t go on their own, where they always stay?
  10. sib.ataman
    sib.ataman 27 March 2018 09: 32
    +1
    Motives are one thing, but real possibilities are something else. Let these perverts pervert how much they fit! We do not need to get involved in their hysteria! And their actions against us must be answered with an advantage! What would they have time to think while they scratch the bruised place!
  11. Dashing
    Dashing 27 March 2018 12: 12
    +2
    "The strong is always powerless to blame!" This political punks would dare blather something like Comrade Stalin or "dear Leonid Ilyich." They would immediately receive it in the brain and in the same time ... simultaneously. The country was strong, a cohesive society, a powerful army. People were proud of their power, because it was their mother, and not - "There is no money, but you hold on." Now there is no such thing, that’s why the Atlantists are impudent not childishly.
    1. Natalia777
      Natalia777 27 March 2018 22: 49
      0
      And they blamed on Stalin and blamed on Khrushch - remember the Caribbean crisis. And even Ivan the Terrible weakened. And they will always say if the sea level does not rise and does not flood them. The situation is now in Russia's favor; therefore, the arrogant Saxons are hysterical.
  12. Ingvar0401
    Ingvar0401 27 March 2018 16: 46
    +2
    By the way, the residents of the capital region are experiencing gentle nostalgia at the end of the 90s and the beginning of the zero, when they came to the province they felt almost demigods with salaries 9-10 times higher than the incomes of the “natives” (I heard this term personally).
    I agree completely. He was on a business trip in Moscow from 2000 to 2001, and having a salary of 7000 rubles, he read with sadness in the subway that "a driver is required with a salary of 50000 rubles ...
  13. Natalia777
    Natalia777 27 March 2018 18: 09
    0
    The USA and Great Britain still have many provocations similar to the poisoning of the Skripals. It is in these two countries that the traitors of Russia are concentrated in concentration - agents of the Western special services and runaway criminals-oligarchs whom the Anglo-Saxons can use at any time as a sacred victim. For example, in England, Chichvarkin may become the next candidate for the slaughter, and in the USA, the psychic Rodchenkov. This time, the European Union’s war against Russia will not succeed. This means that the two-headed colossus on clay feet will collapse and crumble into dust.
  14. demo
    demo 27 March 2018 18: 31
    +1
    Under these conditions, even a military confrontation with Russia will cease to be perceived in Europe as it is perceived today - as something completely meaningless and unnecessary. Europeans will be strongly recommended through the same omnipotent propaganda: “Go to the East and take everything you need there!”
    In this situation, the author is most likely wrong.
    If today's Europe militarily loses to Russia, then in the event of fragmentation and a return to individual independent states, their private power will still decrease.
    It’s easier to attack the weak than the powerful, the more many times.
    Although the option of Ukraine 2 is not ruled out.
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    1. ellada
      ellada 27 March 2018 19: 12
      0
      "As we recall, it all started with the Crimea"
      Nothing like this!! If there weren’t Crimea, they would have found something else. After all, they have a goal - to REPLETE RUSSIA. They suck out all sorts of reasons from a finger, just to spoil. Even before the Crimea, the problem with the Donbass began, and then the Crimea. Amers really want to use the Ukrainian bridgehead for military purposes against Russia. Yes, they want to use everything against Russia.
  16. Aliza saadiya
    Aliza saadiya 27 March 2018 19: 13
    0
    Everything is simple and long explained: neither the United States nor Britain can get out of the crisis without robbery. While they are wrung out by sanctions, then they will fight. It's unavoidable. Russia is seized by the legs during the race. The territory of the Russian Federation is large, the population is small, the natural wealth is innumerable, and the elite, under any form of power, was corrupt and oriented toward the West. Putin began to change the rules of the "race", and this scared the world government.
    Unlike Russian liberals, they saw through the president at the beginning of 2000. Putin has a program and leverage. He knows best about the environment and the fifth column. And ready to take a hit. If Vladimir Vladimirovich was not a true patriot, then he would not have gone for a new presidential term. Especially self-nominated. Because the work is very dangerous and extremely difficult.
    The United States is on the verge of default, Britain and the EU are pocket rabbits shaking on a command from Washington and jumping out with different initiatives ... dishonoring human dignity. They no longer care about decency ...
    The article is correct, voluminous and intelligible. Unfortunately, history shows that one of the parties must disappear. So let Russia remain ... This is better for all of humanity. And no one, mind you, wants the Anglo-Saxons anything bad, but on the contrary - Putin calls everyone to unite for the sake of saving civilization. But the West responds with an arms race, the threat of a nuclear strike, and so on. Everyone turned upside down, because the Galician-Gothic disease went too far ... The disease is living at the expense of others.
  17. Snakebyte
    Snakebyte 27 March 2018 23: 33
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    It's funny, not a month has passed before the same author crucified in several articles, how the West was dumbfounded by a demonstration of the newest and most unique Russian superweapon, and now it will certainly rush to negotiate.
    Something goes the other way around.
    Interestingly, in 1999, this author also wrote that the Americans were frightened of Yeltsin’s speech about the nuclear baton and the Primakov’s turn over the Atlantic (though this fright did not stop them from rolling Yugoslavia, which the Russian politician Chernomyrdin eventually merged at the talks)?
    1. kan123
      kan123 31 March 2018 22: 21
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      The whole alliance of the CMEA countries was falling apart - what happened in Yugoslavia was the same throughout the region, up to the Baltic. The Americans went there like the Nazis in 1941 - they were stopped by a detachment, the commander ordered them, and these young soldiers, after watching Hollywood, started talking about bash ball, pizza and rock roll, with the enemies who drove them into the hole, all of Yugoslavia. Chernomyrdin could not redo these suckers with his scribble - he did not know what to do with his own (us, the young). We have to watch today - thirty years have passed, all are not so naive suckers - the people have become smarter. When the Southern Slavs were united, it was their will. When the Southern Slavs were separated, it was the will of their peoples, the will of suckers, lack of will - but, you still remember the USSR - the world has not seen such a scam in the history of mankind - and this happened before the eyes of those black-eyed. It was a good experience, how not to become a sucker. You just need to learn.
  18. kan123
    kan123 31 March 2018 22: 09
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    England has a tragic history, like the current EU, Japan - Stalin did not annex these lands, gave them to Yalta, simply passed them to the Americans - he could not let the Americans go to the continent at all, or throw them out in two weeks, in 1945. Joseph I thought narrowly on my republics, so I considered it with a pen without a suitcase, all these England, and other viper - which was a mistake. At least, judging by what follows, it was necessary to prevent the United States from entering the continent, in Europe, because we are unhinging today, but who could have foreseen it for 50 years? Stalin foresaw - he said, after signing another letter that literally "peace is now between us, for 50 years," - exactly after 50 years the Republics collapsed. And for England, the tragedy is that Churchill, advanced in parliament, the theme of total dependence on the United States - England - the transfer of the United States, free of all assets, all that England has - the United States. Something like Gorbachev, only worse. Since then, England in the role of such a poodle - they are powerful, judging by their culture, science - but they are not allowed to grow. They are like Poland — this country has already rolled down to Ukraine — the decline of the empire — and all because they betrayed them, this Churchill — who hated England — he was blue, and he hated England that they were not developing there, that’s the thing. Throughout the war he corresponded with Mussolini (that is, with Hitler) he wanted someone to finally destroy this homophobic nation — at least Stalin, at least Hitler, at least the USA.