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What is closer to Russian: totalitarianism or democracy?

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Somehow it turns out that sometimes materials that are completely unrelated to the topic push the thoughts in the right direction and set the vector for further reasoning. Like the famous apple that hit Newton on the head.




Today's argument on the topic of totalitarianism and democracy.

There will be expected reasoning, a lot of pictures and a funny conclusion.

After the collapse of the USSR, the thought of the viciousness of any form of government, except democratic, was insistently driven into our heads. The highest achievement of human organization and freedom is democracy.

Everyone can influence the governance of the country and so on. Familiar, learned. Drove it in.

And I must say, we believed it. Immediately. Perhaps that is the fault of the century of the totalitarian past of our country. They believed and ran to vote. And we continue to do this, despite the fact that in life we ​​have quite the opposite of expectations and promises.

What is closer to Russian: totalitarianism or democracy?


And the deputy who promised the mountains of gold does not become a paradox any more, but evaporated immediately after the elections. This is normal. Like, not chosen.

If there were no 14 election campaigns behind me, I would be surprised too. However, remembering how many people come to headquarters and are already interested in the open amount of rubles that the candidate is willing to pay for their vote, I am not surprised.

It is clear that we are not talking about the presidential election; everything is clear and so to them.



Okay, money or idle talk, but fact - voted, chose. We chose. Our power. Eat, do not oblyapatsya, as they say.

Well, of course, we can theoretically sort of expel from deputies. Has anyone seen a deputy deprived of his mandate? Deprived not for a crime, but by the will of the people? Here ...

We often complain about the collapse of the educational system in the country. Vinim, including us, concrete people, we blame the state of the economy, we blame the Americans, the Martians, the environment, Gorbachev, Yeltsin, Putin. In short, everyone is to blame. And we only understand it. Clever and understanding such.



But put any of us to lead education - and what will happen? Exactly what is happening.

Democracy occurs, and occurs as the essence of transformation. In the same education system. Why did I stick to her? Yes, everything is simple. The citizen is preparing there, in the education system. And at home.

In the totalitarian system it was like that. Citizens were prepared with varying degrees of success.

Look in the mirror for the majority of readers. How? Nothing prepared? So I think the same way.

And democracy is first of all freedom. And that means you can't force a child to learn. It is necessary to instill in him an understanding of the significance of education. And what is the significance? Having a diploma, even with honors, does not guarantee a normally paid job. But the presence of money or fathers / mothers with connections - completely.

I want to ask dear readers: how much do you consider yourself to be idiots and fools? You can not answer, a rhetorical question.

Meanwhile, you are all out of the system. The majority of them are totalitarian. Yes, I am too. About what no tears shed and not going.

Will you make a difference?













The countries are different, the totalitarian essence, too. People ... People are harder. But all these future citizens are parts of the system. Like us in due time.

The system brought us up. The system taught us to perform a certain type of activity. And everyone already in school more or less imagined his own fate.

Well you study - to you in high school. Mediocre ... Then go to the technical school without resentment. Well, if you study with a complete failure - GPTU (Lord, help the stupid to learn! Remember?).

In this case, the initial stage of labor activity was paid exactly the opposite. The engineer still had to become a production engineer to receive the same money that a vocational school graduate received.

We lived in the system. We lived in the state. And the state not only gave freedom. Or did not give, as some believe. The state built us into the system. At the beginning of a cog or nut. Then a knot or even a unit. And so on, with the growth of experience and personal qualities.

There was a certain standard of living of these very "cogs", "gadget", "knots", "aggregates". Someone above. Someone below. But the system gave the feeling of a single mechanism. Feeling confident in their own worth and their own future.

In the face look. Totalitarianism. In his best. Just look honestly, agreed?











Future fascists and communists. I knowingly took these photos. Yes, they became fascists and communists. Damned and dishonored. Converged in the bloody battle of the millennium. And some have won the other, but this is naturally the same as the clash between the two main totalitarian regimes of the time.

Democracy? Yes, without any problems. Not the best manifestations of totalitarianism took, not the best from democracy I will show. Probably precisely because the Democrats were pushing Hitler hard to the east.



What is scary? People too, and they have faces. Light, free, with glimpses of the mind ... What stuck?

But what. This is also a democracy.



This is also freedom.



These are also people who have faces.



Difference? There is a difference?









And this is democracy too. And respect for people.







This is Bulgaria. I found out, I think.



This is France ...



This is Estonia ...



This is Latvia ...



And this is Russia.

Maybe not everything is so simple with state management systems? Maybe democracy is simply not able to raise a person?

When suddenly from the world of totalitarianism we were thrown into the world of democracy, we were mostly confused. Remember! The first election. We chose as chieftain for a children's game: “Oh, the name is cool:“ Party of beer lovers ”! Ours! ”Or in appearance.

Well, if you read the memoirs of intelligent people from the beginning of the last century, the same porn was created in the first Duma.

Meanwhile, the totalitarian principle of management for business qualities has been and will be more effective. And it is effective in other countries, Russia is not concerned. Our people vote, guided by cockroaches in their heads, but so far they seem to carry it through.

Although, as the events near Moscow show, it is no longer so.

Yes, deputies of all levels should be chosen. They seem to be our representatives. But the election of the highest official, the one who will be the whole machine, must be carried out differently. Choose from those who are ready for this.

Babah? Well yes.

Although there are also problems here. There are no institutions that prepare presidents in any country. Democratic, I mean. And then the people have to strain their brains, pondering why the chairman of the collective farm is good for the kingdom for Belarus, but not good for Russia.

And it could be even more fun.

Imagine a situation when, for some reason, people would suddenly choose Sobchak or Navalny? So it is clear that they are better than the chairman of a collective farm, but inferior in terms of training a KGB officer.

Historical do you want an analogy?

This is roughly what was in the prewar period in our army. For a couple of years from the platoon commander, and even the divisional commander.

Here Ivan Kopets is the best example. From 1927 to 1941 year - freaky career. From cadet to Major General, Chief of the Air Force of the Western PSB. And the final point of the timeline weapons evening xnumx.

Where we are going? And most importantly, why?

And we go, actually, to understanding. And first of all, what, perhaps, for nothing, a hundred years ago, the king was overthrown? Maybe the power passed down by inheritance to a person who has been prepared for this from early childhood is not so bad?

Is it bad today live citizens of monarchies? Not those, like in the UK or Spain, the prime minister is more important than the king / queen, but the real ones.

Or maybe do what the Chinese did? Give the leader, who has proven his effectiveness, to lead as much as he can? Remove these idiotic restrictions on the number of elections, which still do not carry anything for themselves, except ridicule in the eyes of the whole world?

By the way, the Kazakhs have done something similar. And nothing. They live.

Here in the US, everything is clear. There is true democracy. Two terms. And that's all. Point. It is unrealistic to use a decoy duck, "sit out" there, until the next election. This is a democracy. Anyway, by the way.

Another question: do we need it?

Or maybe somehow democratic elections to modernize? Deprive the opportunity to choose a wallet. And for the "black PR" plant without pity? Well, yes, the “United and non-overthrown” will allow it ... But is it possible to dream?

And if without wet dreams, what do we have? And we have a rather obscene imitation of Western democracy precisely in terms of democracy. And doubt in the need for it at all.

I want to see the future is like in a fairy tale. A strong and mighty country with relevant citizens. Not "electorate". The fact that democracy is not for Russia is a fact already understood. Demos we have to shorten well, can not.

So is it worth dancing this stupid appearance, humiliating ourselves?

You can talk a lot about all the stupidity of today and corruption, which has broken into a cry of deputies, officials, judges, faces and police.

But excuse me, is it generally whose hands deal?

Yes, the ever-burning premiere was appointed by the president. But the president was elected by the people.

Laws and regulations, from which to live everything more merrily and merrily, and in the long term generally hopak, came up with in the State Duma, and approved by the president. But the president and the Duma elected the people.

And so on, the levels are lower, but the essence does not change.

So is it really worth the fence?

For hundreds of years there was a ruler in Russia (prince, tsar, emperor, secretary-general), who did not particularly bother with the succession plan. Yes, there was a boyar Duma there, there was a Presidium of the Supreme Council, but what difference does it have in the end?

And what's wrong if this ruler has an heir? Which from the cradle will be taught how to properly keep themselves in public (video from Sobchak and Zhirinovsky in the topic will be), economics, diplomacy, and so on. That is, to cook on the rule of the country.

And then we will not have a headache in order to find somewhere else one of the law enforcement officers who had been training with a democratic lawyer and a liberal president.

Well, it will be easier to live!

And most importantly, really stronger and more stable.

A democratic society will never raise normal citizens for anything. No, not like that.





There have already been raised, as we see.

Here such, for example. For every taste. Democratic ideas must also be defended, oddly enough. The question of efficiency and skill.







Is there a difference between a defender of democracy and the other side?







We are talking about this in some detail, but now it's short: Russia will not be able to be “truly democratic.” Not those ideals as if from roots and sources.

Our totalitarian past (to spit, monarchical or communist) with well-established concepts that the democrats have not yet completely destroyed are actually a good base for building a new monarchy.

And the monarchy, constitutional, of course, in all seriousness will be significantly more significant than frankly no democracy, and even on the constitution, copied from the US.

Not the worst development path, I think. And the fact that Putin has no heirs is a fixable matter. Oleg Tabakov (God rest his soul) in 71 had a son of his year. So that…

Oprichniki already, nobles, too. It remains a matter of quite small - the old people ask the opinion of the people. But I am sure that, given the fact that there are no competitors, then the matter will not arise. Let's approve.



And the photo ... Well, the piglet ... I hope I will live, when the bribe takers will also be processed.

Indeed, maybe a better servant with the king-father than a piece of the electorate with such an oligarchic democracy?
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  1. apro
    apro 28 March 2018 05: 38
    +5
    The Russians are not closer to totalitarianism or delocracy. And gouging. And the more the better.
    1. 210ox
      210ox 28 March 2018 06: 38
      +47
      Do you think that a huge country was being restored, science was developed, orbited in space in the Doldbaisk style? I would say that the term totalitarianism is far-fetched ..
      Quote: apro
      The Russians are not closer to totalitarianism or delocracy. And gouging. And the more the better.
      1. apro
        apro 28 March 2018 07: 21
        +15
        I believe that after the war the Soviet civilizers pulled out the country. But over time, they lost their fighting enthusiasm. They were reborn into philistines. Russian. Ukrainians. Baltic states.
        People unite the goal. And if the goal is to indulge their animal instincts, then no civilization is needed.
        1. For example
          For example 28 March 2018 07: 30
          +24
          Quote: apro
          The Russians are not closer to totalitarianism or delocracy. And gouging. And the more the better.

          You said that about yourself. Speak for yourself.
          Makarevichi and Akhidzhakovs already combed their tongues offending us. so that you are not the first. That shit is enough.
          Roman was offended by 76,69% of the Russians who voted for the fact that we did not choose the one for whom he voted. So he spews out everything that is enough for the mind.
          On offended carry water. So, you need to think ten times before, either with foam at the mouth to prove that everyone around is wrong and you are a knight on a white horse.
          1. vladimirZ
            vladimirZ 28 March 2018 11: 03
            +27
            We look at the faces. Totalitarianism. In his best. Just honestly, have you agreed? Future fascists and communists. - from the article Roman Skomarokhov

            A provocative article mixing fascism and communism, not even evaluating their goals: world domination of the chosen Nordic race of Germans, destroying millions of people and nations for this purpose, and building a fair community for all people, regardless of skin color, communism, where people are valued not for money purse and purity of hereditary blood and title, but for work for the benefit of the whole society.
            Well, and the second provocative message of the article, with far-reaching goals of restoration, essentially criminal government, the monarchy in Russia. Already the king of hereditary eye - Putin V.V. Not deep tongue, stick Roman Skomorokhov? Sorry if the article, somewhere deeply, makes sense of the irony of our modern state and society.
            The fact that in Russia, thanks to the usurpation of power, an authoritarian regime of power has been formed and a democratic state with truly democracy has not been created does not mean that a hereditary monarchy must be created in it, from the current ruling authoritarian and not very skilled leadership.
            By creating and writing down the Constitution of the Russian Federation on the deadline for two times in power, everyone hoped, hoping for an immensely long term in power of Brezhnev, that in the future it would be possible to avoid this. But no, they again stepped on this rake, thanks to the indifference of our people, and the omnipotence of the seized power capital.
            But the fact that this is not eternal will undoubtedly pass! In Russia, a socially just state with democracy will be revived! After the Soviet regime, we have in our blood “We are not slaves, we are not slaves!” And we will never be them. The people who knew socialism, albeit with drawbacks associated with the construction of an unprecedented until then, free from masters and king of the state, will never return to the monarchist system. Enough with us 300th anniversary of the bloody Romanovs.
            1. NordOst16
              NordOst16 28 March 2018 13: 07
              +5
              These Romanovs built an empire that became the foundation of the Soviet state. And there were enough bloody moments in Soviet history, starting with the use of chemical weapons by Tukhachevsky against peasants during the civil war ending with the Novocherkassk execution and the suppression of the uprising in Czechoslovakia.
              A constitutional monarchy (if you take the British version) is a democracy only with an old entourage
              1. Sanichsan
                Sanichsan 28 March 2018 13: 52
                +7
                Quote: NordOst16
                A constitutional monarchy (if you take the British version) is a democracy only with an old entourage

                yes you! truth???
                this is when the democratic elections to the House of Lords took place? I forgot something ...
                1. NordOst16
                  NordOst16 28 March 2018 14: 27
                  +1
                  This House of Lords is greatly reduced in rights compared to the House of Commons. Yes, and there are a minority of inherited peers.
                  1. Sanichsan
                    Sanichsan 28 March 2018 16: 53
                    +3
                    Quote: NordOst16
                    This House of Lords is greatly reduced in rights compared to the House of Commons. Yes, and there are a minority of inherited peers.

                    that is, like "not everything is so bad," but still there wink
                    1. NordOst16
                      NordOst16 28 March 2018 17: 48
                      +1
                      Okay, leave Her Majesty. Then we give Japan as an example. There is a monarchy (and not the king, but the whole emperor) and democracy)))
                    2. Daniel
                      Daniel 29 March 2018 00: 01
                      +1
                      Quote: apro
                      The Russians are not closer to totalitarianism or delocracy. And gouging. And the more the better.

                      Or maybe we will speak for ourselves, and not for all Russians?

                      Indeed, maybe a better servant with the king-father than a piece of the electorate with such an oligarchic democracy?

                      Or maybe we will do it even better and even easier? To all fans of totalitarianism - a suitcase - a station - Pyongyang? No, but what? A certain Prokhanov has been there recently; he even shot a program about how cool it is, paradise on Earth, and in general, that’s all. But for some reason I didn’t stay there ...
              2. Dmitry Konoplev
                Dmitry Konoplev 28 March 2018 17: 06
                +3
                Once again, democracy can be repeated, this is a myth, or do you think that people rule in Britain, for example, in Canada or Australia. I think you know who rules the ball there.
                1. Daniil Mikhailov
                  Daniil Mikhailov 18 September 2019 23: 26
                  0
                  It’s just that the people rule the ball there. At least the state apparatus is not on the officials.
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            2. Ermak
              Ermak 28 March 2018 14: 00
              +2
              vladimirZ (VladimirZ) Today, 11:03 ↑ New
              We look at the faces. Totalitarianism. In his best. Just honestly, have you agreed? Future fascists and communists. - from the article Roman Skomarokhov
              A provocative article mixing fascism and communism, not even evaluating their goals: world domination of the chosen Nordic race of Germans, destroying millions of people and nations for this purpose, and building a fair community for all people, regardless of skin color, communism, where people are valued not for money purse and purity of hereditary blood and title, but for work for the benefit of the whole society.

              Vladimir Alas, you did not understand the promise ....
              1. Golovan Jack
                Golovan Jack 28 March 2018 14: 03
                +4
                Quote: Ermak
                Vladimir Alas, you did not understand the promise ....

                Everyone understands the extent of his depravity

                This, as I see it, is the same case.
            3. Akuzenka
              Akuzenka 28 March 2018 15: 58
              0
              Would put 1000 pluses under your comment.
            4. Dmitry Konoplev
              Dmitry Konoplev 28 March 2018 17: 04
              +4
              Sorry, but democracy is a myth. (The tale about the masses of people who can rule countries, forgive me, I do not believe it. The only democracy that was realized (it is rather the Novgorod Republic with its Veche).
              About two terms in the constitution, no one remembered Brezhnev when they wrote it. It’s just that American lawyers, who co-authored with our Yavlinsky, Nemtsov and Gaidar, were someone else, but I don’t remember. They decided that it was necessary as in the American constitution, but not completely. And so our president has slightly less power than the American. About the bloody romance novels, you have notably turned down;) But it is your right. And so, in fact, the article is not very accurate, especially in comparison with Germany and the USSR and in some things I agree with you.
              1. Dart2027
                Dart2027 28 March 2018 19: 49
                +1
                Quote: Dmitry Konoplev
                The only democracy that has been realized (it is rather the Novgorod Republic with its Veche)

                Democracy is possible in tiny city-states. In a more or less large country, it is in principle impossible.
            5. Dart2027
              Dart2027 28 March 2018 19: 48
              0
              Quote: vladimirZ
              After the Soviet regime, we have in our blood "We are not slaves, we are not slaves!", And we will never be

              Any person living in any state is a cog in a huge state system. Or to put it another way - a slave of the state. This is a fact from which there is no escape. And the monarchy in this sense is no worse than others.
              As to put it mildly, the stupid Soviet upbringing, when children were constantly set as examples of all kinds of revolutionaries and subversives, then in fact this very upbringing brought up the grave diggers of the USSR.
              1. vladimirZ
                vladimirZ 29 March 2018 03: 35
                +5
                Any person living in any state is a cog in a huge state system. Or to put it another way - a slave of the state. - Dart2027

                I myself did not feel like a screw, let alone a slave, in the Soviet Union. He studied at public expense, chose the profession freely, what he liked, worked where I wanted, raised and raised children as much as he wanted, with the help of the state, given me free housing in the state, with consistently low prices and tariffs for everyday goods and services. He lived freely and happily, not worrying about the future, as it is now.
                You would have to experience the skin of a real slave, a serf landowner, that our distant relatives experienced only half a century before 1917, then I would see how you write about slaves.
                And then they’re clever, for the sake of a red phrase, what is a "slave" ?! Take a look at the essence of the concept of "slave", dependent on another person, the lord, on his whims and desires, whose life is not worth a penny broken in this damned slavery.
                1. Dart2027
                  Dart2027 29 March 2018 06: 30
                  0
                  Quote: vladimirZ
                  I myself did not feel like a screw, let alone a slave, in the Soviet Union.

                  Feeling and being are a bit different things. Any state sets the conditions within which its citizens have a certain freedom, but a step beyond them and a person protects from this state.
                  Quote: vladimirZ
                  a real slave, a landowner,

                  Actually, serfdom and slavery are two different things.
                  Quote: vladimirZ
                  Take a look at the essence of the concept of "slave", dependent on another person-lord

                  And in the role of the lord is the state machine. This machine can be different in its characteristics, but the essence does not change from this.
                  Quote: Dart2027
                  As to put it mildly, the stupid Soviet upbringing, when children were constantly set as examples of all kinds of revolutionaries and subversives, then in fact this very upbringing brought up the grave diggers of the USSR.
                  1. vladimirZ
                    vladimirZ 29 March 2018 09: 37
                    +4
                    And in the role of the lord is the state machine. This machine may be different in its characteristics, but the essence does not change from this. - Dart2027

                    Demagogy, just to say something. Never physical slavery of a person from a man-master, and dependence on the state that determines the general laws of behavior of its citizens will not be comparable. Especially in a socialist state where human rights, in contrast to the exploiting societies, were really protected. What do you recall elementary? Only under socialism was an 8-hour working day ensured, compulsory paid leave, state social guarantees for illness and old age, taken later by the capitalist states, in order to reduce social tension in society.
                    As for serfdom in Russia, it did not differ much from slavery: a person could be sold, exchanged for puppies, sold out members of the same family to different landlords, beaten, killed, put out by any means. Read the story, there were many Saltychikhs in Russia, and only one was condemned for the mass atrocities against their serf slaves.
                    As for socialism, which raised the "grave diggers of the USSR", this is not true. Unfortunately, betrayal and the capitalist circle did not give the opportunity to finally solidify socialism in the USSR; the brilliant IV was right in this. Stalin, with the development of socialism, the class struggle will increase, the battle between the old and the new will be intensified. Neglected his instructions, calmed down that "built developed and full socialism," and were punished for this by the destruction of the socialist state, which is now regretted by the vast majority of citizens of the former USSR.
                    1. Dart2027
                      Dart2027 29 March 2018 10: 26
                      0
                      Quote: vladimirZ
                      Demagogy, just to say something. Never physical slavery of a person from a man-master, and dependence on the state that determines the general laws of behavior of its citizens will not be comparable.
                      Demagogy, just to say something. You started talking about a specific gentleman, not me. Do you know the word context?
                      Quote: vladimirZ
                      Especially in a socialist state where human rights, in contrast to the exploiting societies, were really protected.
                      They are really protected in any society. Until they cross the road to an influential party apparatchik (USSR) or an influential official (RF).
                      Quote: vladimirZ
                      Read the story, there were many Saltychikhs in Russia
                      Can I list it? And at the same time to quote the laws governing the relations of those and others before the law.
                      Quote: vladimirZ
                      As for socialism, which raised the "grave diggers of the USSR", this is not true.
                      So where did they all come from? From the moon? Arrived from abroad? From Soviet schools and institutes.
          2. 210ox
            210ox 28 March 2018 17: 55
            +4
            No, he’s not offended. By the way, I didn’t vote for Putin, but I am proud of the country and people who are hardworking in it. The novel falls into the section of those for whom the creed-gouging.
            Quote: For example
            Quote: apro
            The Russians are not closer to totalitarianism or delocracy. And gouging. And the more the better.

            You said that about yourself. Speak for yourself.
            Makarevichi and Akhidzhakovs already combed their tongues offending us. so that you are not the first. That shit is enough.
            Roman was offended by 76,69% of the Russians who voted for the fact that we did not choose the one for whom he voted. So he spews out everything that is enough for the mind.
            On offended carry water. So, you need to think ten times before, either with foam at the mouth to prove that everyone around is wrong and you are a knight on a white horse.
        2. Olgovich
          Olgovich 28 March 2018 11: 37
          +2
          Quote: apro
          Unites people goal.a if the goal is. indulge your animals Inkstkntam then no civilization is needed.

          More specifically, please.
          I suspect that the desire to have its an apartment, a car, it’s good to eat and relax, you belong to the "animal instincts" and a worthy goal is not. recourse
          1. apro
            apro 28 March 2018 12: 15
            +3
            Quote: Olgovich
            I suspect that the desire to have an apartment, a car, eat well and relax, you belong to the "animal instincts" and a worthy goal is not.

            As a means of livelihood, it is not. As a means of dominance, yes. Based on economic opportunities and law in a given territory.
            1. NordOst16
              NordOst16 28 March 2018 13: 10
              +2
              Apparently the term of survival warms your soul more?
              And what do you mean when you call the benefits of civilization the means of domination?
              Strong health care, compared to the poorest countries, is dominance in your opinion?
            2. Olgovich
              Olgovich 28 March 2018 15: 28
              +2
              Quote: apro
              Как life support tool not appear. as means of domination that Yes. proceeding from economic opportunities and law in a given territory.

              And in Russian? recourse
              An apartment as a means of domination is a goal ?! belay Over whom? belay What for?! request
        3. Alber
          Alber 29 March 2018 07: 11
          0
          Quote: apro
          I believe that after the war the Soviet civilizers pulled out the country. But over time, they lost their fighting enthusiasm. They were reborn into philistines. Russian. Ukrainians. Baltic states.
          People unite the goal. And if the goal is to indulge their animal instincts, then no civilization is needed.


          Well de..r..mocracy is definitely not needed!
      2. siberalt
        siberalt 28 March 2018 12: 07
        +6
        Is winter a hat or felt boots better? lol
        The point is not in the state management regime, but in the establishment of a fair system of production relations in a society (state). One was destroyed, the other was not built. And now we argue that it is better to choose a king or appoint. And what will change? winked
      3. NordOst16
        NordOst16 28 March 2018 13: 00
        0
        Well, as the terms "democracy" and "liberalism". But the author didn’t take into account that the constitutional monarchy is the same democracy, but it’s antique
      4. Ermak
        Ermak 28 March 2018 13: 57
        +1
        apro (Oleg Frolov) Today, 05:38 New
        The Russians are not closer to totalitarianism or delocracy. And gouging. And the more the better.

        Take away the flag .... ok with nick
      5. Greg Miller
        Greg Miller 28 March 2018 18: 16
        +3
        There are no such concepts as "totalitarianism" or "democracy", there are the concepts of "social justice" and "social inequality" ...
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    2. Cxnumx
      Cxnumx 28 March 2018 06: 43
      +4
      Quote: apro
      The Russians are not closer to totalitarianism or delocracy. And gouging. And the more the better.

      it became even interesting straight: what is the conclusion based on? and this is with the flag of the USSR.
      1. Pax tecum
        Pax tecum 28 March 2018 10: 54
        +9
        What is closer to Russian: totalitarianism or democracy?

        The main and key is not this, the main thing is the socio-political system.
        Russian closer to socialism.
        Socialism is a purely Russian phenomenon.

        And further. In fact, the Soviet Union was also a democratic state, only in it were there institutions of not representative democracy, as in the West (parliament, parties, etc.), but direct democracy (Councils of Deputies of different levels).

        And to whom this restoration of the monarchy does not give rest. Absolutely foolish?! History forgotten ?!
        They began to invent mythical effectiveness for the monarchy?
        Palace coups and court intrigues, a good king and bad boyars, titles and other crap?
        What kind of nonsense?
        There was already a monarchy in our history, what ended everyone remembers and knows ...
        1. Semen1972
          Semen1972 28 March 2018 12: 17
          +2
          Quote: Pax tecum
          There was already a monarchy in our history, what ended everyone remembers and knows ...

          like the USSR ...
          1. Pax tecum
            Pax tecum 28 March 2018 13: 48
            +7
            In both cases, the betrayal (!) Of the so-called the elites. But, cause-effect relationships are different ...
            However, in 1991-1993. miraculously managed to avoid a full-fledged civil war, although this is more than "compensated" in the periphery of the former USSR.
            It is the Soviet basis that is now the basis of everything in Russia, only social and moral guidelines were legislatively eliminated in the first place.
            The problems of freedom without duties and permissiveness, impunity will still be felt ... with such and such power in an atmosphere of capitalism.
            1. NordOst16
              NordOst16 28 March 2018 14: 29
              +3
              Not the main thing is which system, the main thing is respect for each other. There would be minimal respect, then there would be order
            2. Semen1972
              Semen1972 28 March 2018 16: 42
              0
              Quote: Pax tecum
              In both cases, the betrayal (!) Of the so-called the elites.

              And where did the people look? I personally remember well how people applauded Gorbachev, how they told us about perestroika, and how glad everyone was to this. And then I remember how Yeltsin was supported, I remember rallies and concerts for him. And I’ll tell you frankly .. there’s not an elite, there is a crowd of ordinary people .. hundreds of thousands and millions of millions who support. If there was a betrayal, then with the tacit consent of the people, who did not take a step against. What is 5-10 people versus 140 million?
        2. your1970
          your1970 28 March 2018 12: 29
          +2
          Quote: Pax tecum
          Russian closer to socialism.
          Socialism is a purely Russian phenomenon.
          -ag, only NOT Russians came up with it ..
          In addition, formally in the USSR, even socialism was not built to the end
          1. Cxnumx
            Cxnumx 28 March 2018 16: 11
            +4
            Quote: your1970
            -ag, only NOT Russians came up with it ..

            and what’s wrong with that? it is necessary to reject everything that is not Russian? You can start with mathematics and Arabic numerals - we did not invent them either. Ukrainians want to change the letters, they did not invent the Cyrillic alphabet. they became smarter from this?
            1. your1970
              your1970 29 March 2018 08: 51
              0
              was declared
              Quote: Pax tecum
              Russian closer to socialism.
              Socialism is a purely Russian phenomenon.

              it was answered that he could not be "purely Russian" due to the fact that the founders were not Russian ..
              In addition, for example, "Swedish socialism" was forgotten.
              Where did you see me that
              Quote: K0
              it is necessary to reject everything that is not Russian?
              ??
              1. Cxnumx
                Cxnumx 29 March 2018 09: 06
                0
                Quote: your1970
                Where did you see me that

                then "I beg your pardon" hi do not you mean it was necessary to address)
              2. badens1111
                badens1111 29 March 2018 09: 11
                +2
                Quote: your1970
                was declared
                Quote: Pax tecum
                Russian closer to socialism.
                Socialism is a purely Russian phenomenon.
                it was answered that he could not be "purely Russian" due to the fact that the founders were not Russian ..

                Does it somehow interfere with China?
                No, it doesn’t interfere, the development of China shows the superiority of this model of state over Western capitalism.
                And you reason on the basis of ... you sold yourself, your birthright, for a bowl of lentil soup and legs of a bush, okay ... What’s good?
                I read the article ... comparing the USSR and Hitler Germany, practically equalizing them .. this is, if I may say, the dirtiest provocation among all possible ones. And palm off on us all as a panacea for an idea about some kind of monarchy = this is not just the road to nowhere, this is the way stagnation, this is the preservation of the existing system, where the ball is ruled by not the idea of ​​development, not a program to solve problems in the social sphere, justice in relation to incomes and their distribution, this is the path to further collapse, this is the path to the implementation of the caste system, a kind of new boyfriend .. yourself, what yoke you hang on your neck.
                And this is a speech in the Federation Council ... through the mouth of a journalist, the government says what it is concerned about
                .https: //www.youtube.com/watch? v = IXVvNFwN7Hk
      2. NordOst16
        NordOst16 28 March 2018 13: 12
        +2
        For two years, to prosrash 2 states with the loss of significant territories - I do not even know what to call it. In this case, both times mainly due to the gouging of power.
      3. Akuzenka
        Akuzenka 28 March 2018 16: 00
        0
        He is simply not Russian, in the big sense of the word. Maybe he was once, now the usual pi ... s. But it is necessary to disguise, on this site pay attention to the flags.
    3. BecmepH
      BecmepH 28 March 2018 07: 01
      +8
      Quote: apro
      The Russians are not closer to totalitarianism or delocracy. And gouging. And the more the better.

      I do not agree. So I read your post and thought ... I remembered my uncles, aunts. I thought about myself, about my children. I have no gouging in my relatives. No! And we are Russians.
      I try to be objective, without praise. And you and your relatives are gouging? I think no!
      So leave this thesis. Somehow it is called differently. I can not find a definition. Maybe the poop?
      According to Roman’s article, I don’t even know what to say. The monarchy ... Somehow it’s not modern.
      Roman hinted about the monarchy, but did not say where it is successful?
      1. Ingvar 72
        Ingvar 72 28 March 2018 07: 35
        +6
        Quote: BecmepH
        Roman hinted about the monarchy, but did not say where it is successful?

        Norway, UAE, Kuwait. I specifically mention countries where a large percentage of state revenue comes from hydrocarbon production. hi
        1. rkkasa xnumx
          rkkasa xnumx 28 March 2018 08: 05
          +13
          Quote: Ingvar 72
          Roman hinted about the monarchy, but did not say where it is successful?
          Norway, UAE, Kuwait. I specifically mention countries where a large percentage of state revenue comes from hydrocarbon production.

          The population of Russia is also reduced to the population of these - "successful" monarchies? Well, so that for one resident of the Russian Federation, there are as many hydrocarbons as in Norway-UAE-Kuwait.
          Yes, and geography with climate change would not hurt. And to reduce the army, which is so trifling.
          1. Ingvar 72
            Ingvar 72 28 March 2018 08: 13
            +10
            Quote: rkkasa 81
            The population of Russia is also reduced to the population of these - "successful" monarchies?

            We thank God not only hydrocarbons, but also timber, metals, and other minerals.
            But we are not talking about this, but about a more effective state system than democracy? wink
            1. rkkasa xnumx
              rkkasa xnumx 28 March 2018 08: 30
              +1
              Quote: Ingvar 72

              We thank God not only hydrocarbons, but also timber, metals, and other minerals

              I know. But still, give examples of successful monarchies with a large population, a large and modern army, and located approximately in the same climatic conditions as ours.
              Quote: Ingvar 72
              But we are not talking about this, but about a more effective state system than democracy?

              I mean - not about that?
              The branch began with:
              Quote: BecmepH
              Roman hinted about the monarchy, but did not say where it is successful?

              and your answer:
              Quote: Ingvar 72
              Norway, UAE, Kuwait. I specifically mention countries where a large percentage of state revenue comes from hydrocarbon production.
              1. Ingvar 72
                Ingvar 72 28 March 2018 08: 36
                +5
                Quote: rkkasa 81
                But still, give examples of successful monarchies with a large population, a large and modern army, and located approximately in the same climatic conditions as ours.

                If there is no one-to-one example, this does not mean that the monarchy is not effective. If we compare the monarchies I have cited as an example with other countries with the same hydrocarbon data, but with a different state system, the monarchy has an advantage. This allows me to judge that the constitutional monarchy is also more profitable for Russia. hi
                1. rkkasa xnumx
                  rkkasa xnumx 28 March 2018 08: 50
                  +1
                  Quote: Ingvar 72
                  If there is no one-to-one example, this does not mean that the monarchy is not effective.

                  If there is no example, then with what fright did you decide that the monarchy is effective?
                  Quote: Ingvar 72
                  If we compare the monarchies that I have cited as an example with other countries with the same hydrocarbon data

                  With others, which ones?
                  1. Ingvar 72
                    Ingvar 72 28 March 2018 09: 06
                    +2
                    Quote: rkkasa 81
                    If there is no example, then with what fright did you decide that the monarchy is effective?

                    But this does not mean that it is not effective. Let’s not cling to words letter by letter.
                    Quote: rkkasa 81
                    With others, which ones?

                    Can we compare pre-war Iraq with the UAE or with Saudi Arabia?
                    1. rkkasa xnumx
                      rkkasa xnumx 28 March 2018 09: 39
                      0
                      Quote: Ingvar 72
                      Can we compare pre-war Iraq with the UAE or with Saudi Arabia?

                      Compare. And by the way, what kind of pre-war Iraq?
                      PS Kuwait, I look is already falling away wink
                      1. Ingvar 72
                        Ingvar 72 28 March 2018 10: 12
                        +1
                        Quote: rkkasa 81
                        Compare. And by the way, what kind of pre-war Iraq?

                        Until the 91th.
                        Quote: rkkasa 81
                        PS Kuwait, I look is already falling away

                        According to the population there is no one to compare. Although ... Equatorial Guinea, a presidential republic is suitable, close in the amount of oil production per capita, but in terms of living it is VERY diverging.
                    2. zoolu350
                      zoolu350 28 March 2018 12: 31
                      +1
                      Quote: Ingvar 72
                      Can we compare pre-war Iraq with the UAE or with Saudi Arabia?

                      By the way, the comparison will be in favor of Iraq. The standard of living there may have been lower, but there is much more political influence in the world and industrial development than in the CA and UAE.
                      1. Ingvar 72
                        Ingvar 72 28 March 2018 12: 50
                        +1
                        Quote: zoolu350
                        The standard of living may have been lower there,

                        Much lower.
              2. Korax71
                Korax71 28 March 2018 14: 31
                0
                The Norwegian climate is not much better than ours. But you can judge by the average annual temperature. Although if you look at how our country is populated, then most of the industry and the population are just in more suitable areas for living. Now the climate is sloven lol oh, these excuses.
                1. rkkasa xnumx
                  rkkasa xnumx 28 March 2018 15: 17
                  +2
                  [quote = Korax71]The Norwegian climate is not much better than ours. But you can judge by the average annual temperature. Although if you look at how our country is populated, then most of the industry and population are located in more suitable areas for living. [/ Quote]
                  How many hydrocarbons per capita does Norway have, and ours? And what about the Norwegians with the sun? As strong and costly as ours? And when was Norway last fighting?
                  [quote = NordOst16]Ok, let's take Japan as an example.. [/ Quote]
                  [quote = NordOst16] But somehow they live[/ quote
                  They live. Something like that. Till.
                  While Americans are waving, they live like that. And forced to wave, because their aircraft, next to ours and next to them did not lie. And the sun, like ours, is VERY expensive.
                  [quote = Korax71]Now the climate is also to blame for sloppiness. Oh, these excuses.[/ Quote]
                  This is your excuse, and stupid.
                  1. Ingvar 72
                    Ingvar 72 28 March 2018 16: 10
                    +2
                    Quote: rkkasa 81
                    How many hydrocarbons per capita does Norway have, and ours?

                    Count other nishtyaki (gas and other minerals) and the Norwegians will be poorer. wink
                    1. Korax71
                      Korax71 28 March 2018 17: 02
                      0
                      In truth so yes but you can’t explain laughing that how much has not yet been mastered, no one really considered.
                    2. rkkasa xnumx
                      rkkasa xnumx 28 March 2018 19: 55
                      0
                      Quote: Ingvar 72
                      Count

                      Actually, it’s you who said nonsense about the terribly effective monarchy, and you need to prove your thesis.
                      Well, okay, I’ll help you a little if you yourself aren’t very good at numbers.
                      Since the mid-1990s, Norway has become the second largest exporter of oil in the world, after Saudi Arabia.
                      As of 2016, Norway ranks 13th in the ranking of countries for oil production
                      Compare: oil production is 13th, and population is 114th.
                      A plus :
                      The country has large forest reserves, deposits of iron, copper, zinc, lead, nickel, titanium, molybdenum, silver, marble, granite. Norway is Europe's largest producer of aluminum and magnesium. The largest titanium ore deposit in Europe is located in southwest Norway.
                      A plus :
                      In terms of per capita electricity production, Norway ranks first in the world. At the same time, despite the presence of large hydrocarbon reserves, 99% of the electricity is generated at hydroelectric power plants [31], due to the presence of significant hydropower in Norway.
                      And again - do not forget about the wars through which Russia and the current armed forces passed. Modern aircraft of our level, it is VERY expensive. And Norway does not have them.
                      Threat You excuse me, but the monarchist and the truth are a little stubborn. Well, once to foolishly foolishly, but constantly rest against, and not see the obvious ... this is a clinic.
                      1. Ingvar 72
                        Ingvar 72 28 March 2018 20: 12
                        0
                        Quote: rkkasa 81
                        The country has large forest reserves, deposits of iron, copper, zinc, lead, nickel, titanium, molybdenum, silver, marble, granite. Norway is Europe's largest producer of aluminum and magnesium. The largest titanium ore deposit in Europe is located in southwest Norway.

                        Wikipedia taxis! good Please inquire about the volume of these reserves and the volume of production.wink
                      2. Ingvar 72
                        Ingvar 72 28 March 2018 20: 51
                        0
                        PS
                        Quote: rkkasa 81
                        In terms of per capita electricity production, Norway ranks first in the world.
                        Iceland.
                  2. Korax71
                    Korax71 28 March 2018 17: 15
                    0
                    How much does Russia and Norway sell oil a day or a year? Normally, Norwegians with all the same mericosa should give them almost 60 pieces of fu 35, for a country the size of a spit. There is a matter of more competent spending of funds. And when did Russia fight globally? as well as the others. it’s enough already to refer to this. USSR at one time from Europe after the war how many equipment and factories were taken out? or do you think everything was paid off? and all your fiction about waving Japanese mattresses is not even funny anymore. having a military base doesn’t say anything. According to your logic, Transnistria, South Ossetia and Syria then wave to us. Among other things, the country that placed it on the territory of another country pays money for a military base. times more. and what does it mean ??? maybe they just steal less, and maybe not all people are equal before the law, but just maybe a little more evenly than in Russia?
                    1. rkkasa xnumx
                      rkkasa xnumx 28 March 2018 19: 59
                      0
                      Quote: Korax71
                      the mattresses also give the way to the sun, and the bases of the tuva hucha and the population are 2 times larger. and what this says

                      ... says that you have problems with your head. With Ingvar, the dispute began over the monarchy, and Norway with Kuwait. And you are talking about the United States. Or do you think America is also a monarchy?
                      1. Korax71
                        Korax71 28 March 2018 22: 09
                        0
                        Yes, the argument is not worth a damn. Even if it’s a primitive system, but if the policy of those in power is based on at least minimal care for their people, and the authorities don’t throw you in the dungeon or stand on end for any disagreement, then most citizens will be especially violet, even if it’s called a feudal system. the people still want to eat deliciously, sleep sweetly, be protected and confident in the future.
          2. NordOst16
            NordOst16 28 March 2018 13: 14
            +2
            Ok, let's take Japan as an example. That's what, and the territories there are clearly not in abundance, and resources are not spoiled. But somehow they live and develop. I wonder what they have, what we don’t have?
        2. Basil50
          Basil50 28 March 2018 08: 09
          +10
          The author has cereal in his head and so he dumped it
          Democracy, according to modern concepts, is the election of power.
          So in Russia they always chose power, and they could take life undesirable. Even the Romanovs were chosen to the kingdom, and then they fattened for three hundred years, trusting in the divinity of power.
          And yet, Hitler was not elected to the chancellor, he was APPOINTED. So the theses about * democracy * of the Nazis coming to power from ignorance.
          1. Maki Avellevich
            Maki Avellevich 28 March 2018 08: 35
            +6
            Quote: Vasily50
            And yet, Hitler was not elected to the chancellor, he was APPOINTED


            Hitler was appointed as expected by law. The NSDAP, although they did not have an absolute majority in the mandates, was the largest party in the reichstag for 33 years.
            why the opponents did not make a coalition and did not take the chancellor question.

        3. BecmepH
          BecmepH 28 March 2018 08: 15
          +2
          Quote: Ingvar 72
          Norway, UAE, Kuwait. I specifically mention countries where a large percentage of state revenue comes from hydrocarbon production.

          I agree with you. The constitutional monarchy is successful. Just how will the newly created monarchy show itself compared to the century-old? Any such examples?
          1. Ingvar 72
            Ingvar 72 28 March 2018 08: 17
            +3
            Quote: BecmepH
            Any such examples?

            It’s more difficult with this, and I don’t even have a candidate for the role of king. request
            1. BecmepH
              BecmepH 28 March 2018 08: 47
              0
              Quote: Ingvar 72
              Quote: BecmepH
              Any such examples?

              It’s more difficult with this, and I don’t even have a candidate for the role of king. request

              Anyway, is it possible to revive the monarchy?
              Suppose maybe. How much "blood" will be shed?
              1. Ingvar 72
                Ingvar 72 28 March 2018 08: 50
                +2
                Quote: BecmepH
                Suppose maybe. How much "blood" will be shed?

                It is also possible without blood - the technique has been successfully described in the books of S. Norka “The Harvard Project” and R. Zlotnikov “Viva Emperor!” hi
                1. kvarfax
                  kvarfax 28 March 2018 10: 23
                  +1
                  Where to get money and performers for these techniques?) I’m silent about the “monarch” itself ...
                  1. Ingvar 72
                    Ingvar 72 28 March 2018 11: 07
                    +3
                    Quote: kvarfax
                    Where to get money and performers for these techniques?) I’m silent about the “monarch” itself ...

                    There is enough money in the US Treasury about a hundred yards of greenery. Find artists even easier, but with the personality of the monarch you are right. request
                    1. kvarfax
                      kvarfax 28 March 2018 13: 13
                      0
                      Well, let's take it in order.
                      1) Money. In order to direct the money to this action, you need to withdraw it there and manage to spend it purposefully. And this is not so simple. There is always not enough money for other programs, which means that other areas will have to “tighten their belts”.
                      2) Performers. I mean not just “but who”, but those who will not steal this very money, but really work on this idea. And then we somehow succeed, the best ideas die ... in fact, in our country, not only at the top is the problem with personnel either. Look around. She is observed at all levels. So where does the “sudden” large number of competent personnel come from?
                      3) Well, about the last points, we already said ...
                      But in the end it turns out that in fact there is not the slightest chance to fulfill such a plan into reality. Even theoretically.
                      1. Ingvar 72
                        Ingvar 72 28 March 2018 20: 32
                        +1
                        Quote: kvarfax
                        Money

                        If you don’t invest in Chelsea and treasure, there is enough money.
                        Quote: kvarfax
                        Performers

                        It depends on who to choose from! If from the existing bureaucracy, then yes, they will continue to steal. Are you here for example ready to sell your homeland? Me not.
                        Quote: kvarfax
                        Well, about the last points, we already said ..

                        Well, I agree again. request
                  2. BecmepH
                    BecmepH 28 March 2018 14: 39
                    +3
                    Quote: kvarfax
                    I’m silent about the "monarch"

                    Yeah ... So many crown princes ... Historians will fall into hysteria
          2. nnz226
            nnz226 28 March 2018 13: 01
            +1
            In Spain, the kingdom and the king were recreated after Franco ... And Norway, as a state, has existed since the 1904 of the year (maybe I’ve been mistaken for a couple of years), so this is not a country, we have Moscow with 700 for more than more years ...
          3. NordOst16
            NordOst16 28 March 2018 13: 21
            0
            Well, the experimenters in the 1917th did not worry much that there were practically no examples. But they made the state, though it did not last long (what grows on the blood, then it will drown in it).
            You can try to make a revolution, or you can restore the monarchy, but you can try to work with what is in order to achieve success
            1. cyberspace
              cyberspace 28 March 2018 14: 03
              +5
              Quote: NordOst16
              Well, the experimenters in the 1917th did not worry much that there were practically no examples. But they made the state, though it did not last long (what grows on the blood, then it will drown in it).

              You probably don’t know that the vast majority of modern states are based on blood? Remember how Germany Bismarck united with fire and sword, how France was transformed from a kingdom into a republic. Or do you think the formation of the United States happened bloodless? And how much blood spilled around the formation of Israel ...
              1. NordOst16
                NordOst16 28 March 2018 14: 32
                0
                In the know, therefore, sooner or later, states will split up to a minimum size. If out won't benefit together, ideology or external threats
                1. cyberspace
                  cyberspace 28 March 2018 14: 55
                  +5
                  Quote: NordOst16
                  In the know, therefore, sooner or later, states will split up to a minimum size. If out won't benefit together, ideology or external threats

                  Noticeably. Already fragmented Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, the Soviet Union. Work is underway to fragment Russia - we do not have enemies, around us who only wish us well, it is disadvantageous for us to quarrel with the West, we do not need an ideology. And when will the USA, Canada, France, Germany, China begin to split up?
                  1. NordOst16
                    NordOst16 28 March 2018 15: 10
                    0
                    When they begin - only God knows, it all depends on whether the central government can offer the people such a coexistence scheme that would suit everyone and be able to provide development for all regions.
                    The United States, France, Germany have so far been able to provide a decent life for most people (in our case, the United States is the most interesting).
                    I hope the Russian Federation will be able to.
                    1. cyberspace
                      cyberspace 28 March 2018 16: 58
                      +4
                      Quote: NordOst16
                      The United States, France, Germany have so far been able to provide a decent life for most people (in our case, the United States is the most interesting).

                      Exactly what for now. France and Germany are now being bullied by Arab migrants, who are more and more there, and keeping them in a more or less legal framework is becoming more and more problematic. In the USA, more than 40 million people living on food stamps somehow do not leave the impression of an interesting life.
                      1. NordOst16
                        NordOst16 28 March 2018 20: 29
                        0
                        Only in our country the unemployed sit without coupons, and we have an interesting phenomenon as working poor people (this is when there is not enough salary or only enough for basic necessities).
                        And yes, coupons there are a very interesting topic that we should introduce. There, the unemployed or other vulnerable sectors of society are given cards on which they charge a certain amount every month. And you can buy only certain groups of products. This allows, on the one hand, to protect these groups of the population, and on the other, without violating the rules, sponsor their producers.
                        Well, in the USA there are no more unemployed than ours (and these are only official statistics), so we should be afraid of this sooner.
                        And Europe - their population is aging, they need new people. And when a little European illusions are dispelled (pigs do not understand when they are culturally treated) they will tighten the screws.
          4. Sanichsan
            Sanichsan 28 March 2018 14: 00
            +3
            Quote: BecmepH
            I agree with you. The constitutional monarchy is successful.

            sorry, but this is a monarchy in which the monarch does not have real power. yes, in some countries like Japan and the UK this institute is kept as a tradition, but if it is not there, what for does it need to be created so that it doesn’t solve anything ????
            1. Akuzenka
              Akuzenka 28 March 2018 16: 08
              +1
              It only seems to you that the English monarchy is a tradition. I’ll tell you a “terrible secret”, just don’t tell anyone. In the UK - an absolute monarchy. There is even (oh horror) no constitution. And the Queen of England rules (really) Canada, Australia and other British countries !!!!! the community. Do not believe? Find me on the internet who is the head of these states! Find me an English (British, British) constitution. Find what prime ministers are in these countries and who appoints them! When you find the answers to these questions (everything is on the internet), you will understand who the English Queen really is!
              1. Sanichsan
                Sanichsan 28 March 2018 16: 59
                0
                Quote: AKuzenka
                And the Queen of England rules (really) Canada, Australia and other British countries !!!!!

                Canada - Justin Pierre James Trudeau. After the parliamentary elections on October 19, 2015, he became Prime Minister of Canada.
                about Australia to look or too bullshit?
                and with the British Constitution, too, crap came out .. there is one.
        4. Akuzenka
          Akuzenka 28 March 2018 16: 03
          +1
          All that is listed is nonsense. These "monarchies" exist only by permission of the main monarchy - the English. That's supermonarchy. It rules the whole world, and the whole world considers it (erroneously) a misunderstanding, decoration, tribute to the English tradition. Anything, but not what it really is.
    4. Imobile
      Imobile 28 March 2018 10: 35
      0
      Quote: apro
      The Russians are not closer to totalitarianism or delocracy. And gouging. And the more the better.

      You speak out about gouging negatively, do not! It was thanks to the gouging that Russia survived, otherwise if we had first destroyed all the believers, if the competent authorities had not shown gouging, and now all non-believers
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    6. John Steinpreiss
      John Steinpreiss 28 March 2018 14: 12
      0
      * What do you think shove yourself ... ... ,, you yourself know where. It is good that most Russians think in a completely different way. And most importantly, I would not say that there is less mess abroad. And the current policy of the countries of the World speaks about this. Everywhere is good where We are not.
    7. Cheldon
      Cheldon 28 March 2018 16: 24
      0
      Quote: apro
      The Russians are not closer to totalitarianism or delocracy. And gouging. And the more the better.

      the prosecutor’s monologue from Karen Shakhnazarov’s film “City of Zero” -
      “Since the time of the Tatar-Mongol invasion, the main idea that unites us all, the idea that has served the generations of our ancestors is the idea of ​​statehood ... A mighty, great state is the ideal for which the Russian people are ready to suffer, are ready to endure any deprivation, I’m finally ready to give my life ... This is an irrational idea, it’s not a pragmatic European desire to maximize personal benefits, it’s the idea of ​​the Russian spirit, which subjugates and dissolves your personality, but in exchange for you and it gives me a hundred times more; it gives a feeling of belonging to a great body, it gives a sense of spirit, it gives a feeling of strength and immortality ... The West has always sought to discredit the idea of ​​our statehood, but the greatest danger to our idea is not in the West, but in ourselves ; we ourselves grab all these endless fashionable Western ideas, seduced by their obvious practicality, rationality, without realizing at the same time that about this lies their destructive power for us. But nothing, our own idea ultimately always prevails. Look: all our revolutions ultimately did not lead to destruction, but to the strengthening and strengthening of the state. And it will always be so ... "
    8. iouris
      iouris April 4 2018 23: 54
      0
      Quote: apro
      The Russians are not closer to totalitarianism or delocracy. And gouging

      How unlucky our "effective managers" are! Let them look for another people.
  2. aybolyt678
    aybolyt678 28 March 2018 05: 41
    +7
    The article gave me a few points. thesis number one: Better one King for forty years than the ten best presidents each with his own team.
    But put any of us to lead education - and what will happen? Exactly what is happening.
    And this one of us CAN ???? to lead ???
    The marching heroines of five-year-olds and German mothers are united by the fact that in both cases their countries were on the rise.
    therefore, it doesn’t matter which system The main unifying principle
    1. Yak28
      Yak28 28 March 2018 06: 04
      +5
      There are different kings, the leadership of the Russian Empire, Russia, the USSR, as a rule, were poor leaders, a normal king, secretary general or president is a rarity.
      And the people, for the most part, in the Russian Empire, Russia, the USSR always lived poorly thanks to the narrow-minded leaders, under any political system
      1. aybolyt678
        aybolyt678 28 March 2018 08: 19
        0
        Quote: Yak28
        There are different kings

        And what do the Russian Tsars have in common which are not meager? may be the hard way to the throne ??? Ivan the Terrible, Peter1, Catherine2, Stalin The only ....
        As for Democracy, the people are mostly gray ... the power of Gray. Better Aristocracy - the power of the best! And the elite who considers themselves aristocrats are kleptocrats.
        1. Akuzenka
          Akuzenka 28 March 2018 16: 20
          +1
          And then these "best" surrender their emperor! Because they themselves are meager and told the stories of another aristocracy that it would be better.
          1. aybolyt678
            aybolyt678 28 March 2018 19: 28
            0
            Quote: AKuzenka
            led

            literacy level inspires ......
    2. Semen1972
      Semen1972 28 March 2018 12: 39
      +4
      Quote: aybolyt678
      Better one King for forty years than the ten best presidents each with his own team

      Which is better? What to do in case of personality degradation from unlimited power and money.? Is the efficiency of a person absolutely unpunished and not afraid to lose his job? Very, very controversial ... to say the least.
      1. aybolyt678
        aybolyt678 28 March 2018 19: 36
        +2
        Semen 1972 read the poems of little Soso Dzhugashvili. They have a dream. multiply this by the number of books he read. Take away the stupidity and villainy of others. It turns out Stalin and his affairs. Those who want to have money are always under their authority. Money with power replaces its lack in a person, eventually completely replacing a person. It is debatable for those who do not believe in themselves, who see reliable friends as money. The heroes of the first five-year plans, and after the war, believed more in themselves.
        1. Semen1972
          Semen1972 29 March 2018 10: 39
          0
          Quote: aybolyt678
          Semen 1972 read the poems of little Soso Dzhugashvili. They have a dream. multiply this by the number of books he read. Take away the stupidity and villainy of others. It turns out Stalin and his affairs.

          Do not drag us into the past. 0,62% voted for Suraikin with his communism. For Grudinin no more than 12%. How much can this sectarianism be distributed, in fact, worse than liberals.
          1. aybolyt678
            aybolyt678 29 March 2018 13: 09
            +2
            Quote: Semen1972
            0,62% voted for Suraikin with his communism. For Grudinin no more than 12%.

            For Stalin with his Communism voted unanimously! And the Stalinist past still provides our future. And by the way, Stalin did not sell oil
          2. vladimirZ
            vladimirZ 29 March 2018 13: 42
            +5
            How much can this sectarianism be distributed, in fact, worse than liberals. - Semen1972

            Well, naive illiterate ?! The communist doctrine is not sectarianism, but for centuries studied and developing the doctrine of the human community, the state from the class of irreconcilable class antagonistic positions of workers and exploiters, manifested in the economic production of people.
            Yes, there are other theories and doctrines that explain the essence of the community and the state, but not one of them, except the communist doctrine, so fully and objectively describes the basis of the community of people - their economic relations, in which there is a contradiction between the person of labor, who creates everything the good of society and the state, and the exploiter appropriating the results of this work.
            It was the scientific Marxists and Communists who developed this doctrine and created on its basis the Soviet state of workers without exploiters, in which all the benefits created by working people were distributed fairly among all members of society and the state.
            The temporary defeat of the USSR is not the death of the communist doctrine of a just society. Socialist society and the state remained in the memory and dreams of all people of the former Union, which means that it will inevitably be restored and socialism built. It may not be a state within the former borders of the USSR, and it is not necessary, but there can be no doubt that a socialist state, fair for all, will be restored.
    3. Sanichsan
      Sanichsan 28 March 2018 14: 01
      +3
      Quote: aybolyt678
      Better one Tsar for forty years than the ten best presidents each with his own team.

      Yeltsin you "king" in the apartment! laughing
      1. aybolyt678
        aybolyt678 28 March 2018 19: 38
        0
        Quote: SanichSan
        Yeltsin you "king" in the apartment! laughing

        it did not work for him to be King ... an incomprehensible comment.
  3. Uncle lee
    Uncle lee 28 March 2018 05: 48
    +8
    Oprichniki already exist, nobles too.
    it remains to tidy the village with the slaves and go!
  4. zyzx
    zyzx 28 March 2018 05: 56
    0
    Do not care, our credo ...
    1. 210ox
      210ox 28 March 2018 06: 41
      +2
      Well, do you value yourself low? I killed this creed for a long time and persistently in myself. But in the end it turned out.
      Quote: zyzx
      Do not care, our credo ...
    2. BecmepH
      BecmepH 28 March 2018 08: 50
      +1
      Quote: zyzx
      Do not care, our credo ...

      Why don't you love yourself like that?
  5. Yak28
    Yak28 28 March 2018 06: 13
    +2
    Russia never lived its head off. And all the time it looked like Europe, later the idol changed and people began to drag on everything American. And the Russians are closer what they say on the radio or on TV wink Not long ago communism came closer, then gum donalds with wild capitalism
    1. Cxnumx
      Cxnumx 28 March 2018 06: 47
      +6
      Quote: Yak28
      Russia never lived its head. And all the time it looked like Europe, later the idol changed and people began to drag on everything American. And the Russians are closer what they say on the radio or television Communism was not long ago, then the gum donalds with wild capitalism

      it’s great that you fit a story of several centuries into several decades ... I would like to ask: which of the Americans were all Rurikovich and many of the Romanovs, and also Lenin, Stalin, Brezhnev, Andropov?
    2. BecmepH
      BecmepH 28 March 2018 08: 50
      +2
      Quote: Yak28
      Russia never lived its head off. And all the time it looked like Europe, later the idol changed and people began to drag on everything American. And the Russians are closer what they say on the radio or on TV wink Not long ago communism came closer, then gum donalds with wild capitalism

      Why do you not love your country so much?
      1. Akuzenka
        Akuzenka 28 March 2018 16: 22
        +1
        Maybe this is not his homeland ?! Why do you want him so soon, do not love !!!!
      2. Yak28
        Yak28 28 March 2018 17: 44
        +1
        Why I don’t like it, because the Russian tsars looked with envy at Europe, then everything was French in fashion, then Germanophiles came to power and everything German was in fashion. The illiterate people are backward technologies, the Russian Empire couldn’t even make a decent weapon itself, everything was purchased or produced under license. The Soviet government all the time tried to overtake the decaying United States and ended up committing suicide. Yes, and today Russia lives with an eye to the West, euro plugs, euro outlets, groups instead of discharges, the education system, even our new euro banknotes are similar, and much much more
    3. Semen1972
      Semen1972 28 March 2018 12: 43
      0
      Quote: Yak28
      Russia never lived its head. And all the time it looked like Europe,

      They are not equal to Europe, but to a country with a higher and more attractive standard of living. If they live better in Zimbabwe, then they will be equal to it.
      And yes ... if you have a super rocket, but there is no Donald chewing gum ... they will look at that very system, where on the contrary. Pride in a rocket and a bomb is good, but I want to eat, I want to wear different things, and not just one suit, like everyone else. I want to drive a car, not a Lada, etc. .. But the Russians are somehow special .. I didn’t notice that living in Moscow, a big city in Russia, people here have exactly the same desires and needs as in Rome or New York.
      1. CT-55_11-9009
        CT-55_11-9009 31 March 2018 16: 49
        +2
        Quote: Semen1972
        And the fact that some Russians are special .. I didn’t notice, living in Moscow, a big city in Russia, here people have exactly the same desires and needs as in Rome or New York.

        To begin with: spelling at your baseboard level. I would like to rectify this situation. Yes, and most site visitors, by the way.
        Further - on the topic. I also live in Moscow, and since I haven’t been abroad, I can’t compare, but I can ask the question: are there many people who would like to be useful for not only themselves, but also society, for the country? Unlikely. And among my circle, I noticed not only the desire to "devour, shit and get a new iPhone with a gelding," but also the desire to do something useful for Russia, to raise the level of education, and not become an imbecile consumer. I’m lucky with the social circle, probably, yes?
  6. hbvkzyby
    hbvkzyby 28 March 2018 06: 57
    +3
    I agree with the author. A circus called elections is tired.
    1. aybolyt678
      aybolyt678 28 March 2018 08: 38
      +1
      Quote: hbvkzyby
      A circus called elections is tired.

      Besides the “choice” of the people, this is also a loophole for the SPY
  7. Nikolaevich I
    Nikolaevich I 28 March 2018 07: 05
    +10
    Well, the author "mixed up" burda! fool
  8. Altona
    Altona 28 March 2018 07: 23
    +13
    An ugly article, an absurd comparison of communism and Nazism. Moreover, it is not clear why tsarism and the monarchy in general are interwoven. The monarchy is an estate, caste society, where the flow from one caste to another is strictly limited. Nazism and fascism is a form of military dictatorship of big business. Communism implies a general rejection of the class in society and, all the more, a military dictatorship; there is only the dictatorship of the ruling proletariat class. And this dictatorship consists in the development of the state in the interests of ALL society, and not the nobles or black colonels, who again work for big business. Current democracy is similar to profanity. The world has long been captured by banks and transnationals and they don’t care who rules where and there, if only they would blur the eyes of the people with all that they can, stupid news, scandalous shows and horror movies. Hollywood and Bruce Willis and Tom Cruise save the world from them. Is not it? 100500 million will say that it is. Well, the USCM and the valiant 6th Fleet help a little.
    1. PSih2097
      PSih2097 28 March 2018 08: 21
      0
      Quote: Altona
      not the nobles or black colonels, who again work for big business.

      Well, well, what about Franco?
    2. aybolyt678
      aybolyt678 28 March 2018 09: 21
      +2
      Quote: Altona
      an absurd comparison of communism and Nazism.

      in fact, the article was an attempt to find a general. The common good is the public good. Only in the case of fascism is it good for the elect and in communism for all.
      Quote: Altona
      Current democracy is similar to profanity. The world has long been captured by banks and transnationals and they don’t care who rules where and there, if only they would blur the eyes of the people with all that they can, stupid news, scandalous shows and horror movies.
      ++++++++++++++ excellent !!!
  9. Nix1986
    Nix1986 28 March 2018 07: 24
    +8
    The author needs to eat more. Complete nonsense, Wangyu next article will be about the need to restore serfdom. Each head of the district is a landowner, Saturday corvee, personal income tax replaced by a poll tax laughing
    1. rkkasa xnumx
      rkkasa xnumx 28 March 2018 08: 11
      +3
      Quote: Nix1986
      Each district head is a landowner, Saturday corvee

      Yes you are an optimist, I look.
      Saturday on itself, the rest is corvée. That's more correct. good
  10. Altona
    Altona 28 March 2018 07: 25
    +7
    Quote: hbvkzyby
    I agree with the author. A circus called elections is tired.

    -----------------------------------
    You need to choose from decent people who have proven themselves and who know only positively. And to make a hype, a circus or a solemn coronation of oneself from the elections for a 4 term is certainly ugly.
    1. Lycan
      Lycan 28 March 2018 08: 59
      +1
      Quote: Altona
      You need to choose from worthy people who have proven themselves

      Yeltsin also showed himself at one time - he was a visionary manager. What struck him in the 90s is a great question. Of course, it is necessary to check, but you can’t put a gebist to each to fix effectiveness. There must be another way - no less effective, but much faster.
  11. igordok
    igordok 28 March 2018 07: 33
    +4
    totalitarianism or democracy?

    Before you understand, it is necessary to determine the terms. Someone will call democracy (democracy) totalitarianism. Totalitarianism will call someone democracy. The Korean People's Democratic Republic is considered the apotheosis of totalitarianism. The National Socialist German WORKING PARTY is an example of the name of a democratic party.
  12. shinobi
    shinobi 28 March 2018 07: 37
    +4
    The closest to the Russians is the Constitutional Monarchy. Actually, nothing has changed at the moment. Only the name.
    PS: Democracy itself, in the declared form, is impossible by definition of the very essence of power. Power is a hierarchical pyramid with a clear distribution and division of responsibilities. The pyramidal structure is due to the greatest resistance to external factors and human biology itself. And in the Western interpretation, democracy is generally a lie. Especially American.
    1. aybolyt678
      aybolyt678 28 March 2018 09: 27
      +2
      Quote: shinobi
      The pyramidal structure is due to the highest resistance to external factors.

      What are you reading, or whom? or smoke ?? laughing In any case, the pyramid is very interesting. But how is the power pyramid combined with property abroad? it turns out that offshore accounts are like holes in the foundation !!!
      1. shinobi
        shinobi 28 March 2018 17: 57
        +1
        Quite right, holes. Not only in the foundation, but in the walls. Nobody canceled the balding nature of the bald, lazy monkey. Pyramid, this is the image of an ideal power structure, graphic display. Well, you yourself understand, ideal structures exist only in theory.
        PS: If the topic is interesting, google in the gossip "Secret signs of the Masons and the Rosicrucians" it seems like the book series is called so. Pay attention to the design of dollar bills. The topic sticks in without any dope.
    2. ALEA IACTA EST
      ALEA IACTA EST 28 March 2018 22: 26
      0
      "Restoration" sounds as beautiful as it is unrealistic.
  13. samarin1969
    samarin1969 28 March 2018 07: 48
    +2
    Totalitarianism is an extreme. We do not need it. Time has shown that investors will not build a digital economy, and civil society will not defeat corruption.
    It is better to choose the Emperor and give him power. Well, there are them - these ombudsmen, deputies, party functionaries, television inspectors in red uniforms, "workers" of election commissions, representatives of the Russian Federation in "international states" and other "servants of the people."
    1. olimpiada15
      olimpiada15 28 March 2018 14: 34
      +5
      An interesting thought about the emperor. When I think about this topic, I come to the conclusion that the Leader should be at the head of the country, a person whom most of the country's citizens trust. The leader was F. Castro, leaders can be religious, the mentality in different countries is also different. There is a leader in our country, which is so perceived by the majority of the population, not everyone likes it, but he is currently a leader. We have outstanding personalities, intelligent, competent, understanding in the economy, in the causes and methods of rectifying the situation. But, unfortunately, there are no leaders among them who can lead, create and lead a new force in society, in whose ranks the people will stand. Gather a team, rally the people, say the right words and confirm the words with deed - a new force is needed.
  14. olimpiada15
    olimpiada15 28 March 2018 07: 52
    +18
    The fact that in the USSR was totalitarianism, and now democracy is nothing more than cliché and propaganda.
    I have something to compare: most of my life I lived in the USSR. And in that country there was democracy, imperfect, but it was. Most citizens were indifferent and without initiative, and therefore instructions were issued from above, but the team could cancel them. It was like this in my life: someone fussed and got on the recommended list, but the team did not accept and voted for others. It was perceived calmly, for the candidacy was worthy. A social elevator worked, our former director went to work in the ministry, this was no exception. What can be attributed to the totalitarianism of the Soviet era is the multiple joint activities. But this is normal, people knew each other better, they were united by such events. And most people went to the demonstration eagerly, like at ceremonial meetings and other collective events.
    Totalitarianism is now. It just infuriates me that today they climb into the life of any person, not just into life, even in the head, as it does not sound paradoxical. This is me about advertising. The dominance of advertising has little to do with the promotion of goods and services. The meaning of advertising: reformatting of consciousness, harming the mental activity of a person, reducing mental abilities, imposing stereotypes of shamelessness, hypertrophied attitude to sexual needs, stereotype of tactlessness, interference in personal affairs. And, even worse, the norm of action behavior is driven in to the detriment of the individual (first of all, drug advertising). At the same time, depriving a person of the right to receive reliable information. I explain that it is almost impossible to hear the words of the President of the country, an advertisement begins to load, which cannot be stopped until the President’s speech is over. I go to the site "The World is Small", there are the same articles as in. The main thing is to have time to click on "society and politics" before the next ass loads, well, nobody’s genitals interest me, they cause disgust. Unable to watch the movie. Yes, we are people, and for everyone there is a concept of time, but advertising takes 40% of the viewing time, which makes it impossible to watch, so, simply not connected episodes. But that's not all. Money falling onto the card becomes the property of the bank. Try to make a larger purchase, the bank will not give out an amount equal to the monthly salary. What we eat, what we drink, what medicines we use, what we own, what we root for, where we live - it's all under control. Isn't that totalitarianism? Where is democracy? An elected company costs a lot of money. Making honest money is impossible. Big money is made by ruining enterprises, saving on fire safety, during the construction of buildings, violating all norms, organizing fraudulent schemes, and only this contingent can become a deputy. Is it a democracy?
    1. parusnik
      parusnik 28 March 2018 08: 13
      +7
      What you wrote about was described by George Orwell in his 1984 novel ... But then it was decided that he criticized totalitarian communism ...
    2. olimpiada15
      olimpiada15 28 March 2018 08: 22
      +6
      What is happening in the country today is Western democracy, or rather, a variant of Western democracy for savages. Partly they are right. You must admit that a country that has changed its values ​​(of which there were many) to jeans and other attributes of a “beautiful life” is not much different from the natives who exchanged gold for glass, just another time. And even American democracy itself, in essence their president, is a puppet in the hands of the shadow government in one of two options: either the puppeteer pulls the strings or inserts a finger from below. I think when Trump ran for the candidates, he was not going to aggravate relations with Russia, he was going to make the US economy strong, but his possibilities were quickly limited. The shadow government, but it exists, otherwise there is no way to explain modernity, so these forces need to destroy statehood on the planet. And the United States is not an exception, it is simply not one of those states that should be destroyed by direct intervention in the first place, because they are a force used to establish a new order.
    3. aybolyt678
      aybolyt678 28 March 2018 09: 34
      +5
      about the meaning of advertising - great. I usually say that Advertising is a "culture" of Consumers .... Of course, the obscene word suggests itself. and this very "culture" becomes the main public consciousness.
  15. Opera
    Opera 28 March 2018 08: 03
    +5
    Democracy is in hell, but the kingdom is in heaven!
    John of Kronstadt
    1. Andrei from Chelyabinsk
      Andrei from Chelyabinsk 28 March 2018 11: 47
      +4
      Quote: Oper
      Democracy is in hell, but the kingdom is in heaven!

      It's right. But do you know why this works? Because God is at the head of Heaven.
      1. Opera
        Opera 28 March 2018 11: 51
        +3
        “The Russian state has the advantage over others that it is controlled directly by the Lord God Himself. Otherwise, it is not possible to explain how it exists ...” Minih
        1. Cheldon
          Cheldon 28 March 2018 16: 37
          0
          Mind does not understand Russia,
          No yardstick to measure:
          She has a special feature -
          You can only believe in Russia.
          Author: F. I. Tyutchev

          All plundered, betrayed, sold,
          Black death flashed wing
          All is hungry melancholy,
          Why did we become light?

          Happy breathes in the breath of cherry
          Unprecedented forest near the city,
          At night, shine with new constellations
          Deep transparent July skies, -

          And so wonderful is coming
          To the collapsed dirty houses,
          Nobody, nobody knows,
          But from the ages, desired by us.
          Anna Akhmatova
  16. parusnik
    parusnik 28 March 2018 08: 08
    +5
    They choked on democracy, as they were in line for deficit, and when they got it ... on their hands .. And what to do? .. The box is beautiful, but where is the instruction ...? but there’s no instructions ..
    1. igordok
      igordok 28 March 2018 12: 37
      +4
      Quote: parusnik
      The box is beautiful, but where is the instruction ...? but there’s no instructions ..

      In addition to the lack of instructions for this beautiful box, it turned out to have a double bottom, from where it climbed, which is impossible to describe.
  17. Gardamir
    Gardamir 28 March 2018 08: 50
    +5
    For example, totalitarianism (one-man management) is in the army. And examples of democracy in the army can be taken in a civil war, while the Cossacks voted to go or not to battle.
    And the totalitarianism factory. Everything is decided by the director, not the meeting of team leaders.
    With current technology, you can "choose" anyone.
    And democracy is the invention of money bags. Bribing votes, they put forward the people they needed. After all, it is a lie that democracy is the power of the people. Since ancient times, there has been a separation: aristocracy, demos, plebs. It is clear that aristocrats are those who are upstairs, although in modern times they may be omitted. Demos are those who can buy a car or an apartment without taking a loan. They consider themselves to be the people. And the plebs are allowed to throw ballots at the ballot boxes or knock on the keys while sitting on the couch.
  18. Lycan
    Lycan 28 March 2018 08: 55
    +3
    Maybe the inherited power to a person who has been prepared for this from early childhood is not so bad?

    That is, if your monarch’s family has all descendants — they are exceptionally better than anyone else to manage. You have to understand that in the brain the ability to manage the state is not protected. And to teach everyone - success is far from guaranteed, because the device of the brain may not be conducive to this (and from a crown prince it may turn out to be just a fisherman - Nikolas II).
    Or maybe do what the Chinese did? Give a leader who has proven effective to lead as much as he can?

    Then - any usurper will seize power, and the transfer of the "throne" by inheritance will again turn back in the middle ages. The DPRK is something like this. If they had not been "bitten" by the United States, science, technology, education would have been abolished long ago, and only the agricultural sector and feudalism would have remained.
    -----------
    So far, the best search approach is cerebral sorting (selection of people according to their abilities with the help of special equipment - from all segments of the population) [I refer to the materials of the doctor of biological sciences S.V. Savelyeva]. But this approach has not yet been implemented as a special center anywhere in the world, but the whole theory has been worked out to the smallest detail - it remains only to “puff” the technique for a dozen years, and to train specialists (we, of course, have a unique chance, however - to whom he is there a danger up there, but the effect with a high degree of probability is to find in a short time capable of solving problems in this area - well, imagine: in a critical post - someone who loves his job + well trained to do it). And with all this, it doesn’t matter what we have for the system / device / formation .. etc. With any structure of society at different levels of government, it is possible to organize effective management (and not only management).
  19. Opera
    Opera 28 March 2018 09: 08
    +1
    Quote: Lycan
    So far, the best approach to the search is “cerebral sorting” (selection of people according to their abilities with the help of special equipment - from all segments of the population) [I refer to the materials of the doctor of biological sciences S.V. Savelyeva]

    Quote: Lycan
    With any structure of society at different levels of government, you can organize effective management

    The question in this case arises as follows - and who will be allowed to this equipment ?!)) At least to its maintenance ...
    The question of choosing a form of power and control is so much practical and philosophical! It depends on what we decided to do ?! Build a paradise on earth or live this life according to humanity and conscience! To combine the construction of paradise in a single country and in general in terrestrial conditions with conscience and justice is not very compatible ... There is experience.
  20. cedar
    cedar 28 March 2018 09: 30
    +2
    "... Indeed, perhaps it is better to be a slave to the king-priest than to a piece of the electorate under such an oligarchic democracy?"

    And what, doubts still torment?
    1. albert
      albert 28 March 2018 20: 06
      0
      Well, if the author wants to be a serf, let him go. Let him go to the Caucasus and sell himself into slavery there. Maybe in a year he will grow wiser, although the probability of this is very small.
  21. BAI
    BAI 28 March 2018 09: 33
    +2
    Indeed, maybe a better servant with the king-father than a piece of the electorate with such an oligarchic democracy?

    But it depends on what we want: serious economic reforms or transformation into a market for goods for developed countries.
    No country has experienced a rapid economic breakthrough in a democracy. Germany (after World War 2), Japan - in occupation mode. South Korea, Chile (under Pinochet) - universally recognized dictatorships. The countries of the Arabian Peninsula are absolute monarchies. USSR, China, Germany (under Hitler) - this is unlikely to be a democracy.
    All other countries developed gradually. And since there are not enough sales markets, they won’t give smooth development, they will drown. Not a single country that took advantage of IMF loans (receiving - under a number of economic conditions) has not developed, but only all have crawled into a debt hole.
    Reforms cannot be pleasant to everyone without exception. After all, someone was already well settled without them. And so, to break this resistance, you need tough power.
  22. andrej-shironov
    andrej-shironov 28 March 2018 09: 53
    +7
    Roman, excuse me, you have degraded! Not only the level of argumentation, but simply the presentation of the material. And Russians are closer to justice, not democracy, will and not freedom! Therefore, it is necessary to educate the fair and free, and not democratic and free. Believe me, will and freedom are two different things.
    As for the rest, I’ll add: Dear Roman, DO NOT ATTEMPT TO MANIPULATE SENSE, DO NOT CONSIDER PEOPLE FOR FOOLS.
  23. Altona
    Altona 28 March 2018 09: 54
    0
    Quote: shinobi
    The closest to the Russians is the Constitutional Monarchy. Actually, nothing has changed at the moment. Only the name.

    ---------------------------------------
    Our country is generally considered prone to authoritarianism, since the role of a leader in Russia is greater than in other countries. "A poet in Russia is more than a poet," according to this principle. That is, the conditional king, in addition to just management, also plays a bunch of other functions — the main ideologist, the main diplomat, a kind of universal “native father”. This is of course both bad and good at the same time. That is, it has pros and cons at the same time. On the one hand, the leader’s authority rallies the population of a vast territory, on the other hand, the loss of a leader is fraught with the loss of control over such a complex system. Therefore, I believe that there should be a systematic power so that the overall vector does not change, but does not go to extremes, and at the same time as it was in 1987-1991, when they decided to immerse us from socialism right away in the liberal market. Although in this case the system just didn’t work, in the Central Committee everyone considered themselves simply managers, and in the Politburo no one dared to challenge the decaying general secretary and cleanse the system of cancerous tumors of capitalism. The device gobbled up the idea of ​​what is called. And now part of the apparatus is devouring Russia, trying to jump out to the West and fraternize with the people there. Although the local authorities have already made it quite clear that they are not expected, capitals and locks will be taken away, children will be spoiled by the psyche in closed boarding houses, poisoned themselves or strangled with a towel. Nevertheless, "there is still in the world of du-ra-ki."
  24. Seraphimamur
    Seraphimamur 28 March 2018 10: 15
    +8
    I read the article and think: probably Skomorokhov wrote. And for sure - it's Roma. Only on the shoulder can he compare the Hitler Agent and the pioneers of the USSR. Compare future executioners from the SS and the Gestapo with our grandfathers. Yes, he succeeds in moral balancing act. Well done, you can’t say anything.
    1. shinobi
      shinobi 28 March 2018 18: 12
      +2
      I’ll tell you a terrible secret. The communist party and the forerunner of the NSDAP have one root. Separation occurred during the Second International. Until the mid 30s, both parties actively adopted experience from each other. Therefore, unambiguous parallels can be traced. On this basis, the West constantly speculates on equating fascism and communism.
  25. Imobile
    Imobile 28 March 2018 10: 30
    0
    How can we discuss democracy if we have not even seen it? It's like talking about black holes. Some scholars believe that life is possible in black holes, some believe that no and everything will fall apart. Some people say that life in a black hole is no different from the current one, some say that in different periods life looked exactly like a black hole ...
    1. meandr51
      meandr51 28 March 2018 14: 58
      0
      Seen in many countries. Have seen enough ...
  26. Altona
    Altona 28 March 2018 10: 49
    +1
    Quote: olimpiada15
    Totalitarianism is now. It just infuriates me that today they climb into the life of any person, not just into life, even in the head, as it does not sound paradoxical. This is me about advertising.

    --------------------------------
    Why only in advertising? Even through the film and the series you get the idea that you need to be successful, and love is only for the rich, that there is nothing wrong with businessmen and bankers. I recently watched the movie "always say yes" with Jim Carrey. In this film, Kerry plays a lending specialist at a bank and the idea that the banker is practically a benefactor rushes through.
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  28. hhhhhhh
    hhhhhhh 28 March 2018 10: 49
    +2
    "This is democracy. Anyway, by the way."
    Who knows the names of the presidential candidates who took 3rd and 4th place? Why are they not participating in the two-candidate debate? What other parties are there in the USA?
    The next blackening of the USSR with fantasies about the West is all right.
  29. Ascetic
    Ascetic 28 March 2018 10: 53
    +12
    A strange title ... I always believed that from time immemorial the principles of GOOD and JUSTICE have been the closest to a Russian person. He is ready to fight and uphold these principles.
    And what will be the state system in this case, the tenth thing ... Socialism and the socialist state are most fully implementing these principles, and not bourgeois democracy and even more so bourgeois dictatorship, where in one case or another liberals and patriots skillfully exploit just at the request of our people for justice .
  30. naidas
    naidas 28 March 2018 10: 55
    +2
    Russian FIG that there is democracy or tyranny.
    Who better to provide housing, living wage, medicine, education, security, etc.
    And call it what you want.
  31. A. Privalov
    A. Privalov 28 March 2018 11: 25
    +1
    I read your articles, Roman, with interest. Many of your thoughts are clear to me.
    The only thing I have to pay your attention to is that the real reality is much more colorful and diverse than the one you described. In life, not everything is black and white, surrounding not only "ours" and "not ours." As proof, I will give your same expressions and the following photos:
    A democratic society will never raise normal citizens for anything.

    Democratic ideas must also be defended, oddly enough.

    Indeed, "the question of efficiency and skill." After all, it is one and the same country. And tiny. On three sides the enemies, and on the fourth - the sea. And the enemies are real, not just tried the strength of the country to the tooth, and not the "probable enemy", which 70 has frightened you of the last years. There you will not leave the Capital in the wilderness. There is no Volga to retreat to it, there is no Trans-Urals for the industry to evacuate. And in it, it all gets along. Not easy, but getting along ...

    Choosing a form of government is not an easy thing. Drastic changes in this matter lead to bad results. Examples do not count. I will not give, everyone already knows them well.

    Moses led his people through the desert for 40 years, until another last born in slavery left for the world. He himself died on the way, never having seen firsthand the fruits of his labors. Only free people entered the Promised Land. Time flies, but you, Roman, still have it. I sincerely ask: try not to waste it in vain ...
    1. gladcu2
      gladcu2 28 March 2018 21: 26
      +1
      Those who served in the Soviet Army speak about the Israeli army with a laugh. And he adds that this is the only institution in Israel with something similar to the Soviet kindergarten.

      No better back to totalitarianism. Everything is honest and without lies.

      If the army, so the army. If kindergarten, so kindergarten. If a 40-hour work week, then not 70-80.
  32. Altona
    Altona 28 March 2018 11: 26
    0
    Quote: Lycan
    So far, the best approach to the search is “cerebral sorting” (selection of people according to their abilities with the help of special equipment - from all segments of the population) [I refer to the materials of the doctor of biological sciences S.V. Savelyeva]. But this approach has not yet been implemented as a special center anywhere in the world, but the whole theory has been worked out to the smallest detail - it remains only to “puff” the technique for a dozen years, and to train specialists (we, of course, have a unique chance, however - to whom he is there a danger up there, but the effect with a high degree of probability is to find in a short time capable of solving problems in this area - well, imagine: in a critical post - someone who loves his job + well trained to do it). And with all this, it doesn’t matter what we have for the system / device / formation .. etc. With any structure of society at different levels of government, it is possible to organize effective management (and not only management).

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    “Two words” is the name of the measuring system when it is managed by the best of the best. But here moral and ethical factors play a big role. There are effective managers to the detriment of something, there are also “diffusers” inclined to the so-called, who still care about socialism or capitalism.
  33. Forever so
    Forever so 28 March 2018 11: 27
    +2
    Justice and order. Because our society has never been focused on making a profit.
  34. Gardamir
    Gardamir 28 March 2018 11: 49
    +3
    If democracy is considered an option, then here is another example.
    There used to be democracy on the site, you could put pros and cons, you could even ban a moderator. Before the Duma elections, the minuses were canceled further, the influence of the Kremlin immediately increased (not to be confused with supporters of the president)
  35. Sedoy
    Sedoy 28 March 2018 11: 58
    +2
    everything has been described for a long time ...

  36. MoJloT
    MoJloT 28 March 2018 12: 14
    +3
    CSO What now, he learned to travel in time ????

    And since we will never be led astray, we don’t care where to go !!!
  37. Colonel
    Colonel 28 March 2018 12: 20
    +5
    Any, even the most robust, idea can be brought to the point of absurdity. It seems that Roman was engaged in this.
  38. Radikal
    Radikal 28 March 2018 12: 22
    0
    Quote: A. Privalov
    I read your articles, Roman, with interest. Many of your thoughts are clear to me.
    The only thing I have to pay your attention to is that the real reality is much more colorful and diverse than the one you described. In life, not everything is black and white, surrounding not only "ours" and "not ours." As proof, I will give your same expressions and the following photos:
    A democratic society will never raise normal citizens for anything.

    Democratic ideas must also be defended, oddly enough.

    Indeed, "the question of efficiency and skill." After all, it is one and the same country. And tiny. On three sides the enemies, and on the fourth - the sea. And the enemies are real, not just tried the strength of the country to the tooth, and not the "probable enemy", which 70 has frightened you of the last years. There you will not leave the Capital in the wilderness. There is no Volga to retreat to it, there is no Trans-Urals for the industry to evacuate. And in it, it all gets along. Not easy, but getting along ...

    Choosing a form of government is not an easy thing. Drastic changes in this matter lead to bad results. Examples do not count. I will not give, everyone already knows them well.

    Moses led his people through the desert for 40 years, until another last born in slavery left for the world. He himself died on the way, never having seen firsthand the fruits of his labors. Only free people entered the Promised Land. Time flies, but you, Roman, still have it. I sincerely ask: try not to waste it in vain ...

    You successfully create your own enemies, and wherever you live ... sad
  39. omit
    omit 28 March 2018 12: 22
    +2
    Citizens, you will recall the words from the fable of I. Krylov: "and you, friends, no matter how you sit down ..." And that’s it!
  40. nnz226
    nnz226 28 March 2018 12: 51
    +1
    Russian closer Great Russia! Therefore, the "totalitarianism" of Stalin is much preferable to the "democracy" of the drunk Yeltsin. By the way, under the "tyrant" Stalin, the Supreme Council was not shot from tanks ...
  41. M. Michelson
    M. Michelson 28 March 2018 13: 03
    +5
    The name is stupid.
    True totalitarianism (collective rule of the nomenclature elected from the people with the maximum inclusion of the latter in political life) - this is democracy. TOTAL DEMOCRACY.
    But democracy is not opposed to totalitarianism, but authoritarianism (the maximum separation of the population from politics). With which totalitarianism is carefully identified.
  42. dgonni
    dgonni 28 March 2018 13: 21
    +2
    The vehicle is not seen in the courses that during the time of Kievan Rus, the prince was chosen (called for rule) by the popular veche. And if the people didn’t like something, it was also easy and banished from their place.
  43. Metlik
    Metlik 28 March 2018 13: 52
    +3
    "Russia cannot be" truly democratic. "Not those ideals, as it were, from the roots and sources."
    Perhaps the author and I have different roots and origins. I remember the Novgorod veche, the Cossack freemen, who always chose the chieftain, the people's militia who threw off the imposed Polish king, but I don’t understand the logic of "better to be a serf".
  44. mikh-korsakov
    mikh-korsakov 28 March 2018 13: 57
    +1
    Totalitarianism is better than democracy if the totalizer is smart.
  45. Vlaleks48
    Vlaleks48 28 March 2018 14: 01
    0
    Well, what the stuff of shit !?
    Screaming offended child, what are we talking about !?
    It is impossible to compare the incomparable. The holy faith of the people in a wise fair ruler (master) in genes. You can’t break it with any liberal one, only a riot is cruel and merciless, so the "partners" are just waiting for this.
    A similar situation was seen at the dawn of Soviet power after all kinds of “excrement” and the maturing of its party-military elite, which, incidentally, also looked to the west with hope!
    So what!?
    JV Stalin resolved this issue, but when he wanted to remove the party apparatus from power, he ended there.
    We will see who has time!
  46. Alexander Mazin
    Alexander Mazin 28 March 2018 14: 06
    +3
    To begin with, let's define the terminology. What is totalitarianism? Apparently, this is slang. What does not warrant the use of this term in such discussions.
    What is democracy? This is a management system. And a control system without an object that it controls is nonsense. so it is necessary to speak not about democracy, as about a management system, but about an object, which this system SHOULD manage.
    Second question. Or maybe we need another object? Of course, another management system? Let’s then decide on the objects and their control systems in order to be able to choose the object we need. Which will be controlled by one or another control system.
    What objects do exist at all? And what are they? This is nothing but socio-economic formations. And there are only three types of them (and two types): feudalism, capitalism, socialism and communism.
    And what control systems are there? There are only two types: tyranny, aristocracy and democracy. Each control system manages only its control object. So feudalism is governed only by the levers of tyranny.
    Capitalism and socialism are only levers of the aristocracy. But communism (which no one had ever built before) was only levers and mechanisms of a democratic socio-political system.
    So what does Russia need? Only communism. Of course, with democracy.
    But democracy, this is not an opportunity to vote or to shake one’s rights, it is an extremely rigid system of governance in which every citizen has power. That is, it is the power of the people.
    How to build it? Just like, for example, we are building an airliner with its control system - together with communism. If you know how it is built - build. If you do not know - ask, we will answer.
  47. petyaivolk
    petyaivolk 28 March 2018 14: 13
    +2
    We have a set of wet dreams from the monarchist Roman Skomorokhov.
    The struggle of the Romanovs with the Skomorokhovs :)))

    How simple it is for these monarchists - everything in one heap and treading the king of the bird with unwashed feet and dirt on their heads, well, and then your negligent servants will turn your head off for you

    Exactly, let’s “live like theirs”, because in the distance the grass is greener, and behind the neighboring fence it is also greener, that’s why there are enough clever people from both sides.
  48. ibirus
    ibirus 28 March 2018 14: 18
    +3
    To hell with the monarchy, to hell with the throne of succession. This form of government has rotten and gobbled up itself in Russia; there will be nothing good with its planting. If you want confident and steady development for the country, you must go to the polls and choose wisely the candidate who personally inspires confidence with his program and actions. And with the monarchy, the system decays again and eats itself up as in 1917.
    1. realist
      realist 28 March 2018 17: 41
      +1
      if the elections allowed it to decide, then we would not be allowed to go to them (Mark Twain, said a long time ago, I’m joining!). he who seized power without a fight will not give it away, as well as those wealth that he seized during the reign ......
  49. meandr51
    meandr51 28 March 2018 14: 19
    +11
    I don’t really want to understand the habits of the cockroaches of the author of the article, but I have to. The article constantly uses fraudulent techniques such as false oppositions and analogies. For example, the Russian electorate against the American and the USSR = 3 Reich. The author is not going to prove anything. Picked up pictures - and enough. Everything is clear to him: "This is well known."
    In my opinion, only manipulators and fools are “generally known”. Thinking people apply logic. But the author is not like that! At first, “boldly” asserts that “a totalitarian regime is always more effective than a democratic one”. And then completely forgets about him, completely excluding from the choice. And palm off as a false alternative to the existing system ... the monarchy, which screwed up in Russia completely and irrevocably. Historical Russia achieved its greatest prosperity and success just in the period of the USSR, which the author panically fears. And rightly afraid. Since under socialism the inequality of people is minimal, the entire GDP is for the good of the country, it will not work much to steal! And under the tsar they stole and exported abroad ... as now, at the second advent of capitalism. Same! Why do we need this rake?
    Now about democracy. The US is not an example of democracy, but an example of democracy chatter. Since it is not the people who rule there, but the fat cats from Wall Street. A false choice is constantly being slipped into their electorate - and it is being carried on with delight, ribbons and balls. Not to mention the constant scandals with fraud and voting violations. Their freedom is not more than ours, and often less. And not for them to teach us.
    The kind of democracy that the Anglo-Saxons “unselfishly” palms the peoples provides the rich with complete freedom to fool the people. There is freedom for them! As for corruption, its relative absence in the lower ranks of the apparatus provides only the flow and concentration of it in the highest echelon. In the States, they steal in trillions! But only a few people.
    Therefore, there were people who offer a real alternative to a society of exploitation and deception. It began with Lenin and Stalin. But the latter was not allowed to complete what was begun - the transfer of power from the CPSU to the Soviets. They killed him and his successor. There are also new offers. For example, either abolish the choice of an official, replacing him with special training of politicians and testing, or save, but in any case supplement with a voting-evaluation of the official who has completed his term. With appropriate organizational conclusions. People can do this quite competently! If you choose the future according to pictures and promises is a hopeless business, then it’s quite realistic to evaluate past events. But for some reason this idea is being stubbornly hushed up ...
  50. Beltasir matyagu
    Beltasir matyagu 28 March 2018 14: 22
    +4
    The next conscience of mankind has been revealed. And how not to get wet Russians and the USSR. The main symptom is a comparison with fascism. Ugh on you.