From contempt to hate. From comedians to parasites
Frankly, I am completely uninterested in Efremov himself and his statements. Yes, he has an opinion, he has the right to express it. But, honestly, I do not think that it is at least something more valuable than an opinion on the Iranian settlement of some Uncle Vasi from a neighboring entrance. Moreover, my attitude specifically to this person and his verbal escapades is quite well expressed in one historical source, which M. Pylyaev referred to in the book “Old Moscow. History former life of the capital of the throne ".
And for those bribes they seek their dishonor and those people are dragged and unprofitable in different orders (...).
And taking bribes from those people, they put up peace without waiting for the decree on those matters, and cut beards to other merchants for the same bribes.
Especially in those outrages the actor Vasily Telenkov, aka Shmaga-drunk, was distinguished. For which there was a resolution about him from the boyar Golovin:
As you can see, in the 1705 year, “there were methods” in power. And now they, it turns out, no. And this is the only thing that causes regret ...
Much more interesting is Mikhail Efremov and his statements are different: can we in principle ignore such cultural figures, or would we still need to somehow react to this at the state level? Moreover, there are plenty of reasons: Makarevich, and Akhedzhakova, and Serebrennikov, and many other people were a bit earlier.
To answer this question, let's resort to a not quite correct and even very rough, but very eloquent comparison.
Tell me, please, can a lion in open combat kill a bear? There is probably no single answer here. But still, an adult, an overweight, healthy brown bear will be heavier than a lion, and he will not give up with his fangs, and he will surpass the claws of the king of beasts. Therefore, it will be correct to say that rather not, and with all other things being equal, the bear of this lion will most likely be torn to pieces by fur.
Now the next question. Do you think a bear can kill parasites?
And here, it seems to me, everything is somewhat sadder. Worms from the inside, fleas in the hair, midges and midges outside. And if we assume that the bear suffers from starvation, then it may well be that the parasites will finish it off.
Who said that I called Ephraim a worm? No, I did not call. You yourself guessed it - it was too painful. Not outwardly, no! According to habits ... So, we would still need to take care of some anthelmintic drugs. Because the point is not only that the worms rob the host of nutrients - this, perhaps, somehow could be put up. But they also poison the infected organism with the products of their vital activity. And this is a “crime”, and for this they should be poisoned by some suitable means.
But many probably will not agree with me. Pushkin will be remembered - Alexander Sergeevich was not in the best relations with the then Russian autocrat, and the Decembrists, for example, were very sympathetic.
That's the way it is, but there is one nuance: Pushkin still loved Russia. And even exposing her shortcomings, wanting to see the “wreckage of autocracy”, he nevertheless actively protested against slandering his homeland.
And he wrote to Count Alexander Benkendorf, chief of the secret police, and asked him to help with the release of the magazine, designed, according to Pushkin, to respond to attacks from foreign newspapers.
Therefore, the comparison with Pushkin, as they say, "does not roll." Although they, the parasites, would really like this.
What conclusions would the author like to convey to readers? And no. Instead of conclusions, I will offer you some more quotes. They belong to the famous Georgian director Otaru Ioseliani.
Why these quotes? But this is the most interesting!
6 June, the birthday of our great poet (as everything is intertwined in the world!), In the All-Russian Museum. A.S. Pushkin, St. Petersburg, the awarding of the aforementioned director Ioseliani Prize "Petropol".
Museum, for a minute, the state. And it was he who established the prize.
And the conclusions ...
Draw your own conclusions.
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