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English as a tool for managing the subconscious of our society

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In recent decades, Russia has been actively introducing the English language. So, for many Muscovites and guests of the capital, it has become quite commonplace when entering the subway to hear phrases in English duplicating ads in Russian. Under each name of the metro station in Russian there is a similar text in English. In the names of some stores, on the signs of restaurants you can see all the Latin letters.


English as a tool for managing the subconscious of our society


Can duplication in English be considered a harmless thing? Should Russia, which is not in colonial dependence, afford such things? Is it possible in this case to talk about the erosion of sovereignty? Is there really an information-psychological and behavioral war against Russia in this way? Can the imposition of a foreign language initiate a change in national identity?

Historian, director of the Institute for System-Strategic Analysis A. Fursov and associate professor of MGIMO, candidate historical sciences O. Chetverikova. They will talk about how, through the elimination of the national language, the complete subordination of the consciousness of a person and society to a foreign-language, foreign-cultural society takes place.

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  1. nesvobodnaja
    nesvobodnaja 19 August 2019 16: 16
    -3
    I haven’t looked yet, but I will express myself. In capitals, megacities, tourist centers, it is quite natural that some announcements are duplicated in a common foreign language, there is nothing reprehensible about this.
    1. tracer
      tracer 19 August 2019 17: 06
      +12
      You are confusing warm and soft. I say this as a person who knows English and uses it daily. It's not about that. The point is that through advertising everything and everything he is being introduced into an environment alien to him, that is, Russian culture. Changing generic basic concepts in mass psychology and culture. And therefore it takes young people away from their native culture, imposed, alien. And therefore "it is always better there" ... That is the problem.
      1. nesvobodnaja
        nesvobodnaja 19 August 2019 17: 16
        +6
        I partially agree. All these "HYIPs", "life hacks" and other inappropriate linguistic tricks clog the brain, are forcibly introduced by constant use in Internet articles, and often in news programs on TV.
        A clear language policy is needed in the media, without absurdity and distortions in one direction or another.
        Only now we have everything owned by someone, advertising agencies have mainly foreign capital, and they dance in the "English manner". )
        1. AlexSam
          AlexSam 19 August 2019 17: 53
          +7
          unfortunately, probably absolutely everything already has foreign capital ... and the enthusiastic reports from the next economic forum about new investments and billions of contracts, except for bewilderment, cause nothing more, because then we are told with pity and doom about hundreds of millions annually withdrawn for the line of money ...
          1. lucul
            lucul 19 August 2019 18: 29
            +1
            unfortunately, probably absolutely everything already has foreign capital

            I just want to remind you - it so happened that before the invasion of Napoleon, all the nobles knew French, before the Second World War, the main foreign language at school was German.
            Well, now everyone is learning English ......
            1. Rust
              Rust 19 August 2019 19: 19
              +2
              Zadornov the dead man said so in his concerts.
            2. Doctor
              Doctor 19 August 2019 19: 44
              -1
              Before the invasion of Napoleon, all the nobles knew French, before the Second World War, the main foreign language in the school was German.

              The authors of the article have the same logic: "... In Kiev, in preparation for the EURO 2012 championship, English was introduced into the notification system in the metro ... Two years later, the Maidan broke out."
              We are waiting for the Maidan in Moscow. am
            3. nesvobodnaja
              nesvobodnaja 19 August 2019 20: 29
              0
              Yes, all of my older relatives taught German at school. Then the war, after which the program continued anyway.
          2. tracer
            tracer 19 August 2019 18: 50
            -4
            Off-topic, but I will express myself .. I personally feel jarred by the fact that energy is being imported more and more. Override all fucking oil and gas electricity. Make any energy resource inexpensive and this enormous impact on the rise of production as the backbone and backbone of any economy
            1. nesvobodnaja
              nesvobodnaja 19 August 2019 20: 31
              +1
              The oligarchs will not allow the West to block the resource flow. )
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            3. your1970
              your1970 20 August 2019 13: 56
              0
              Quote: tracer
              Override all fucking oil and gas electricity.
              -you just probably think that it’s like to click the switch at home or close the water ???
              shutting down a well at a cost is no cheaper than developing it. And disconnecting power supplies is sometimes impossible at all for technical reasons.
        2. tracer
          tracer 19 August 2019 18: 54
          -1
          Yes, a life hack for two meter long millionaires "how to replace a wheel in a car", how to spread butter on a bun, how to replace a battery. It feels like taking a magazine "do it yourself" of the Soviet period, call it a life hack and tremendous success is guaranteed. Except for one but. Only a few are capable of working with their hands as well as their heads from millionaires.
          1. Piramidon
            Piramidon 26 August 2019 18: 16
            -1
            Quote: tracer
            for two meter millionaires

            And these two, by the meter who are they? belay Also an English word?
        3. Barmaleyka
          Barmaleyka 19 August 2019 20: 25
          +3
          Quote: nesvobodnaja
          Only now we have everything owned by someone, advertising agencies have mainly foreign capital, and they dance in the "English manner". )
          and what have the advertising agencies to do with it ?!
          ANY advertising should be consistent, and if it is not a registered trademark, then no Latin or other except Russian spellings
        4. Mikhail m
          Mikhail m 19 August 2019 20: 55
          +5
          Quote: nesvobodnaja
          forced by constant use in online articles, and often in news programs on TV

          The license plates do not use Russian letters, unlike the Arabs. Articles about our weapons and equipment constantly mention the NATO classification so that the enemy does not get confused. Most of our companies use the Latin alphabet in their names. The names of outlets with Latin-Cyrillic letters have become commonplace. Anglicisms have dirtied the language beyond recognition. And we tolerate it. In principle, I do not go to these stloffs, pivots and other establishments that are subject to "partners", which is what I wish for you. Let them disappear from our territory.
          1. Doctor
            Doctor 19 August 2019 22: 06
            +1
            Anglicisms have dirtied the language beyond recognition. And we tolerate it. In principle, I do not go to these stloffs, pivots and other establishments that are subject to "partners", which is what I wish for you.

            But francocisms do not bother you? Lampshade, subscription, subscriber, boarding, aborigine, apricot.
            Or, closer to the theme of the site: aviation, automatic, aggression, admiral, army, artillery, rear guard, attack, airfield, airplane. It is only on A.
            Or Germanocisms: accelerant, blitzkrieg, shipyard, guardhouse, dowel, corporal, sarin, tunic, landscape, route, etc.
            According to some forecasts, after 50 years in the Russian language will be up to 20% of words of English origin.
        5. Doctor
          Doctor 19 August 2019 21: 49
          +1
          All these "HYIPs", "life hacks" and other inappropriate linguistic tricks clog the brain, are forcibly introduced by constant use in Internet articles, and often in news programs on TV.
          A clear language policy is needed in the media, without absurdity and distortions in one direction or another.

          Life cannot be stopped. Language is a living organism, it is constantly changing, borrowing words from other languages ​​and giving its own. If a new item appears somewhere or a concept comes up with a name in the local language, when the item moves to another country, the name moves with it. We call a printer a printer and a computer a computer because they are made in an English-speaking country. We also gave the world a satellite and perestroika. The more objects and concepts appear in the country, the more words are in the language. In general, the more developed the country, the more words in the language. Currently, most of the words in English are 250 separate. With components under a million. Thousands of African tribes have enough; 000 Ellochka the Ogre was enough.
        6. Nyrobsky
          Nyrobsky 19 August 2019 22: 00
          +3
          Quote: nesvobodnaja
          Only now we have everything owned by someone, advertising agencies have mainly foreign capital, and they dance in the "English manner". )

          We do not dance in advertising agencies. Even at the government level, they have managed to acquire ombudsmen, not to mention the names of specialties - managers, promoters, merchandisers, supervisors and other "zers and outers". Shame No.
      2. Shelest2000
        Shelest2000 19 August 2019 20: 22
        +2
        I agree!
        PS. Once I saw a signboard of a car shop. In large Russian letters on the sign was "AUTOSHOP Deimos" laughing For the sake of interest, he asked the owner, he was just behind the counter what this word means and why in Russian letters? The answer just killed.
        - Duc, in English, almost no one understands. Yes, and this name of some Greek is sonorous, I like it. wassat
      3. Timeout
        Timeout 20 August 2019 07: 33
        +3
        Quote: tracer
        I say this as a person who knows English and uses it daily.

        I wonder how and in what place ...
        Quote: tracer
        And therefore "it is always better there" ..

        Is it so bad in Canada?
      4. Maki Avellevich
        Maki Avellevich 30 August 2019 09: 49
        -1
        Quote: tracer
        The point is that through advertising of everything and everything, it is introduced into an environment alien to it, that is, Russian culture.

        and why do you think English is being introduced into Russian culture and not vice versa?
        What factors prevent Russian culture from changing American or English?
    2. Krasnoyarsk
      Krasnoyarsk 19 August 2019 17: 49
      +3
      Quote: nesvobodnaja
      I haven’t looked yet, but I will express myself. In capitals, megacities, tourist centers, it is quite natural that some announcements are duplicated in a common foreign language, there is nothing reprehensible about this.

      In which country, in which city did you see the "duplication of some ads" in Russian?
      1. Wedmak
        Wedmak 19 August 2019 18: 09
        +1
        In Turkey, almost all of the south coast. It is tourist, as it were. Half, or even more, of the population in these zones knows Russian.
        In some countries, interest in the Russian language is quite high. People come to Russia to study it, living here for several years. And naturally, taking with him home a part of our culture after training. What about popular videos like "feed a foreigner with Russian food"? Penetration of culture? Naturally. This is happening all over the world.
        1. Krasnoyarsk
          Krasnoyarsk 19 August 2019 18: 17
          +3
          Quote: Wedmak
          In some countries, interest in the Russian language is quite high.

          And that, because of this, the whole country needs to be painted in Latin? What are you talking about? We, too, "take an interest in languages" so what?
          But besides Turkey? In the countries of Europe, North America? Have you watched?
          1. Wedmak
            Wedmak 19 August 2019 18: 21
            0
            And what, because of this, must the whole country be minced in Latin letters?

            Well, that’s all ... Walk outside the MKAD, kilometers to 50-100. It’s rare to see the Latin alphabet, it’s easier to find it on the product labels.
            Have you watched?

            I did not happen to be there. But I saw something on kratinki. Again - who cares about such inscriptions? Whose clients are foreigners.
            1. Barmaleyka
              Barmaleyka 19 August 2019 20: 27
              +3
              Quote: Wedmak
              Take a walk outside the Moscow Ring Road, 50-100 kilometers away. It’s rare to see the Latin alphabet, it’s easier to find it on the product labels.

              the Kaliningrad region, the village of Znamensk, there are still signs on the aglitsky from the time of the championship, although I doubt that at least one tourist looked into that hole, for some reason the dough was washed on these signs
          2. Doctor
            Doctor 19 August 2019 19: 57
            +1
            And what, because of this, must the whole country be minced in Latin letters?

            Do not confuse English and Latin. This is a way to record sounds. Cyrillic is also a borrowing, we write in modified ancient Greek letters. After the revolution, there was a chance to switch to Latin.
            "In 1919, the Scientific Department of the People's Commissariat for Education, not without the participation of People's Commissar A. V. Lunacharsky, expressed" ... the desirability of introducing the Latin script for all peoples inhabiting the territory of the Republic ... which is a logical step along the path that Russia has already entered, having adopted a new calendar style and metric system of measures and weights ", which would be the completion of the alphabetical reform, once carried out by Peter I."
            But it did not work out.
            1. Krasnoyarsk
              Krasnoyarsk 21 August 2019 23: 44
              0
              Quote: Arzt
              In 1919, the Scientific Department of the People’s Commissariat of Education, not without the participation of People’s Commissar A. V. Lunacharsky, spoke out “... about the desirability of introducing the Latin script for

              You recall what, purely by accident, nationality was Lunacharsky. He was spoken in Russian from a high bell tower. But his work lives and wins.
              1. Doctor
                Doctor 22 August 2019 11: 15
                0
                You recall what, purely by accident, nationality was Lunacharsky.

                And what was his nationality?

                "Anatoly Lunacharsky was born in 1875 in Poltava, from the extramarital affairs of the actual state councilor Alexander Ivanovich Antonov (1829-1885) and Alexandra Yakovlevna Rostovtseva (1842-1914), the daughter of Ya. P. Rostovtsev. Patronymic, surname and noble title were received by Lunacharsky from his stepfather, Vasily Fedorovich Lunacharsky, who adopted him, whose surname, in turn, is the result of a rearrangement of syllables in the surname Charnolusky [2] (comes from the noble family Charnolussky). "
                1. Krasnoyarsk
                  Krasnoyarsk 22 August 2019 11: 35
                  0
                  Quote: Arzt
                  What nationality was he? "

                  Your information is incorrect.
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      3. Doctor
        Doctor 19 August 2019 20: 39
        +1
        In which country, in which city did you see the "duplication of some ads" in Russian?





        1. Mikhail m
          Mikhail m 19 August 2019 20: 58
          0
          laughing I don’t know another such country ...
      4. your1970
        your1970 20 August 2019 14: 01
        -1
        Quote: Krasnoyarsk
        Quote: nesvobodnaja
        I haven’t looked yet, but I will express myself. In capitals, megacities, tourist centers, it is quite natural that some announcements are duplicated in a common foreign language, there is nothing reprehensible about this.

        In which country, in which city did you see the "duplication of some ads" in Russian?

        Turkey, China, most of the CIS, USA (and not only Brighton) .....
    3. DenZ
      DenZ 19 August 2019 21: 01
      +4
      Quote: nesvobodnaja
      duplication of some announcements in a common foreign language, there is nothing reprehensible in this

      I don’t know ... It infuriates me. something they are there in the West in Russian do not duplicate announcements in the subway. that is, by our duplication we support their imperial ways of world hegemony. This is both stupid and mediocre and bad at the same time.
  2. balunn
    balunn 19 August 2019 16: 25
    -8
    What witch hunters just can't make up :(
    It is a normal globalization process.
    1. vm-bt
      vm-bt 19 August 2019 17: 42
      +4
      1) Unfortunately, in human society, any initially harmless progress turns into a simple and harsh question - "who will be on top ?!"
      2) "Who got up first - that and the slippers ..."
      3) "Optimists study English, pessimists - Chinese, and realists - a Kalashnikov assault rifle"
    2. Barmaleyka
      Barmaleyka 19 August 2019 20: 28
      +4
      Quote: balunn
      It is a normal globalization process.

      what is normal? !!!!!
      sometimes you listen to our politicians and you don’t understand a damn thing
    3. Antares
      Antares 21 September 2019 22: 19
      0
      Quote: balunn
      A perfectly normal globalization process

      the ordinary process of evolution of human society.
      The death of small languages, the expansion of the global language. The evolution of popular languages.
      Typical evolution.
      It is noticed that people whose age is older do not like, and whose age is less than average is welcomed.
      So another Progress against Tradition ..
      As usual, progress will win over her, because the future votes for him.
      And old people can grumble that in their time everything was wrong ... And how to properly teach young people who dismiss them. They themselves were ... in due time.
  3. KVU-NSVD
    KVU-NSVD 19 August 2019 16: 34
    +3
    In the struggle for language and national identity, the main thing is to remain within the boundaries of the mind, otherwise this very mind can move into the twilight zone.
  4. Greenwood
    Greenwood 19 August 2019 16: 38
    +2
    Pff, you come abroad as a tourist, and you will instinctively look for inscriptions in English, for the local characters are unlikely to master. So why should a foreign tourist in Russia try to read the Cyrillic alphabet? For me, this is not a problem, but an elementary respect for visitors.
    PS In Vladivostok, in the city center, there are a lot of signs in Chinese, precisely based on the huge tourist flow from China.
    1. Krasnoyarsk
      Krasnoyarsk 19 August 2019 18: 01
      +3
      Quote: Greenwood
      So why should a foreign tourist in Russia try to read the Cyrillic alphabet? For me, this is not a problem, but an elementary respect for visitors.

      Then why should I read the Latin alphabet after arriving in Washington, London, Paris, Berlin? Why should Russia show "elementary respect for newcomers," while other countries don't even think about it?
      1. nesvobodnaja
        nesvobodnaja 19 August 2019 18: 12
        0
        Because there is totalitarianism
        in the brains and lack of culture in the masses. )
        1. Krasnoyarsk
          Krasnoyarsk 19 August 2019 18: 23
          +6
          Quote: nesvobodnaja
          Because there is totalitarianism
          in the brains and lack of culture in the masses. )

          Not because. But because they do not lick places below the lower back to foreigners.
          1. nesvobodnaja
            nesvobodnaja 19 August 2019 18: 40
            -2
            You are somehow somewhat categorical in this matter.
            It is mainly about the hospitality and convenience of tourists ...
            1. Krasnoyarsk
              Krasnoyarsk 19 August 2019 19: 22
              +5
              Quote: nesvobodnaja
              It is mainly about the hospitality and convenience of tourists ...

              Once again I ask - are there signs and announcements in Russian in the London Underground or New York? I'm sick of your lizoblizhennosti dressed in a toga of hospitality.
              1. Cat man null
                Cat man null 19 August 2019 19: 48
                +1
                Quote: Krasnoyarsk
                I'm sick

                Take sleeping pills.

                Your battle with the mills is about nothing. He worked once (and now, by the way - I also work) in a certain international office.

                Hindus, Swedes, Hungarians, Italians, Arabs, British, Amerts ... well, and we are Russians, where would we be without us?

                Guess three times, in what language all this Noah's ark spoke?
                1. Barmaleyka
                  Barmaleyka 19 August 2019 20: 32
                  +2
                  not really in Russian? !!!
                2. Krasnoyarsk
                  Krasnoyarsk 19 August 2019 20: 53
                  +1
                  Quote: Cat Man Null
                  Guess three times, in what language all this Noah's ark spoke?

                  Yes, even in Martian. The Russians do not care.
                  Mattresses even give their names to our weapons, but we do not bother to not only translate their names, but we don’t even write in Cyrillic. Not only that, we try to give names around, at least for something, English-speaking, and to write Latin letters on our products.
                  Back in Soviet times, from the 70s, they began to write on cars - MOSKVITSH, but before they wrote - Moskvich. Then the front-line soldiers were still at the helm, they respected their state. And then Kosygin came with his "reforms" and off we go. True, Khrushchev laid the foundation.
                  1. Cat man null
                    Cat man null 19 August 2019 21: 11
                    +1
                    Quote: Krasnoyarsk
                    Yes, even in Martian. Russians do not care

                    Well, I don’t even know ... buddy, it so happened that angelic is a language for international communication. It is simple enough to learn, it is well-known ... that something is breaking into the open gates? So it is, it is a given, and there is no getting away from it in the foreseeable future.

                    Quote: Krasnoyarsk
                    Mattress makers even give their names to our weapons, but we don’t even bother to translate their names, but we don’t even write in Cyrillic

                    Each hut has its own toys. To write English names with Cyrillic, brrr ... worse - only a programming language in Russian, I’m telling you as a programmer with 25 + years of experience yes

                    Quote: Krasnoyarsk
                    then Kosygin came with his "reforms" and off we go. True, Khrushchev put a start

                    Gossss ... you’re going to the Prophetic Oleg. And everything on the surface - there is a comfortable language for communication. They communicate on it.

                    By the way, everywhere, wherever I was in foreign countries - inscriptions in angelic - were present. And they really helped to orient myself, well, I don’t know either Hungarian (she, by the way, shnyaga), or Arabic request
                    1. Paranoid50
                      Paranoid50 19 August 2019 21: 27
                      +3
                      Quote: Cat Man Null
                      I don’t know Hungarian (she, by the way, shnyaga),

                      For the better.yes At times, it seems that the Magyar language was created solely to provoke the devil. wassat The name of the city of Szekesfehervar alone is worth what. fellow
                    2. Barmaleyka
                      Barmaleyka 20 August 2019 07: 13
                      +2
                      Quote: Cat Man Null
                      Well, I don’t even know ... my friend, it so happened that angelic is a language for international communication.

                      straight itself took and developed, and maybe folded, including tablets ?!
                    3. Barmaleyka
                      Barmaleyka 20 August 2019 07: 19
                      +1
                      Quote: Cat Man Null
                      .. worse - only a programming language in Russian, I’m telling you as a programmer with 25+ years of experience

                      I’ll tell you boldly if it happened that you have been programming in Russian for 35 years, you would quite normally perceive “if” instead of “if”, in the end you would introduce abbreviations like “rem”
                  2. Maki Avellevich
                    Maki Avellevich 30 August 2019 09: 56
                    -1
                    Quote: Krasnoyarsk
                    Yes, even in Martian. The Russians do not care.
                    Mattress makers even give their names to our weapons, but we do not bother to not only translate their names, but we don’t even write in the Cyrillic alphabet.

                    and what do you want?

                    when Greek culture shone Greek was the language of business and science
                    when rome was in force everyone started talking on lingua latina
                    and so on
                    dominant cihilization orders music.
                    1. Antares
                      Antares 21 September 2019 22: 22
                      -1
                      Quote: Maki Avellievich
                      dominant civilization orders music.

                      that's right
                      All progress, all culture, discoveries, money, ideas ... etc polarize the English language.
                      And all reach for it.
                      English and the dollar conquered the planet.
                      It is necessary to overthrow to make your economy more than 15% and become the center of world ideas / culture / progress.
                      No wonder the Chinese is popularized due to the growth of the economy and importance in the world of China.
                      What is the problem for the Russian? (sarcasm)
                      Popularization-routine work.
                      The trouble is in narrowing the base of native Russian speakers.
              2. nesvobodnaja
                nesvobodnaja 19 August 2019 20: 21
                0
                If you feel sick, then contact another address.
                1. Krasnoyarsk
                  Krasnoyarsk 19 August 2019 21: 04
                  +1
                  Quote: nesvobodnaja
                  If you feel sick, then contact another address.

                  Yes, I realized that it’s useless to contact you. You soul is already there. A slave must know the language of his master. And it should start with the names, first the technology, then the metro stations, then the street names (Sadovaia strit), and that’s all for the convenience of tourists.
                  1. nesvobodnaja
                    nesvobodnaja 19 August 2019 21: 08
                    0
                    Do not compose or turn upside down. I have nothing to do with "the soul there".
                    If you need more answers to your jokes, please, I do not mind.
                    1. Krasnoyarsk
                      Krasnoyarsk 19 August 2019 21: 24
                      0
                      Quote: nesvobodnaja
                      Do not compose or turn upside down. I have nothing to do with "the soul there".
                      If you need more answers to your jokes, please, I do not mind.

                      I do not need such answers. You would better refute me reasonably. I would be grateful.
              3. Keyser soze
                Keyser soze 19 August 2019 20: 58
                0
                I'm sick...


                But don’t - already Russian English has little in common with the original, so you can be proud that you invented a new language .... laughing
              4. Doctor
                Doctor 19 August 2019 21: 13
                +3
                I ask again - in the London Underground or New York there are signs and announcements in Russian?

                But yak!
                Ordinary bench in the New York subway.

                But if you look closely ...


                "Our penetration around the planet
                Particularly noticeable in the distance:
                In a public Paris toilet
                There are inscriptions in Russian! "
                © Vladimir Vysotsky

                (Taken from here https://pikabu.ru/story/obyiknovennaya_skameyka_v_nyuyorkskom_metro_4172591)
            2. Barmaleyka
              Barmaleyka 19 August 2019 20: 31
              +3
              Quote: nesvobodnaja
              It is mainly about the hospitality and convenience of tourists ...

              first of all, it should be convenient for us, but for now we do everything that would be convenient for everyone except us "loved ones"
              1. Cat man null
                Cat man null 19 August 2019 21: 17
                -1
                Quote: Barmaleyka
                first of all, it should be convenient for us, but for now we do everything that would be convenient for everyone except us "loved ones"

                Man, if you do something, speak for yourself, please.

                To know English for a certain circle of people is a necessity, for others it’s an option ... if you don’t want to, don’t know.

                Here, some turbopatriots have a Russian ... not really, to say the least. Personally me "you write"(the wish is this, yeah) instead of"you write"(statement of fact) - wildly pissed off ... well, so what, it would seem? laughing
                1. Krasnoyarsk
                  Krasnoyarsk 19 August 2019 21: 47
                  +3
                  Quote: Cat Man Null

                  To know English for a certain circle of people is a necessity, for others it’s an option ... if you don’t want to, don’t know.

                  For especially advanced in aglitsky. It's not about prohibiting the study of any language, but study at least the language of the Mumba tribe - Yumba. It's about removing all signs, names, duplication in English. Do our citizens who do not know Aglitsky need this incomprehensible, clogging head and distracting information?
                  Quote: Cat Man Null

                  Here, some turbopatriots have a Russian ... not very much, to put it mildly. Personally, "you write" (a wish is this, yeah) instead of "you write" (statement of fact) - wildly pisses me off ... well, so what, it would seem?

                  "you write (faster) and" do you (me) write? What's wrong? What makes you so "pissed off"?
                  1. Cat man null
                    Cat man null 19 August 2019 22: 22
                    -1
                    Quote: Krasnoyarsk
                    It is about removing all signs, names, duplication in English

                    Where? I don't like the word "everything", you know.

                    Quote: Krasnoyarsk
                    Do our citizens who do not know Aglitsky need this incomprehensible, clogging head and distracting information?

                    I do not know what "your citizens" are. Personally, pointers in English do not bother me.

                    Quote: Krasnoyarsk
                    "you write (faster) and" do you (me) write? What's wrong?

                    All. It was about the widespread manner of writing "write" instead of "write" here. Quickly, by the way - together, so, by the way, I had to wink
                    1. Krasnoyarsk
                      Krasnoyarsk 21 August 2019 23: 56
                      0
                      Quote: Cat Man Null

                      All. It was about the widespread manner of writing "write" instead of "write" here. Quickly, by the way - together, so, by the way, I had to

                      Thanks for the "quick". And in the case - "write" - "write", it all depends on the context. Therefore, your indignation should have been addressed to a specific context.
                2. Barmaleyka
                  Barmaleyka 19 August 2019 22: 35
                  +2
                  dear, do not compare soft with round, knowing a foreign language and pointers in this (FOREIGN) language in your native country are not the same thing
                  1. Greenwood
                    Greenwood 20 August 2019 03: 00
                    +1
                    Quote: Barmaleyka
                    pointers in this (FOREIGN) language in the home country are not the same thing
                    Duplicate pointers are normal practice in most countries of the world, and in no way oppress their native language. Now is the era of globalization, when many people regularly fly abroad, and the ability to use the English language greatly helps them in this.
                    1. Barmaleyka
                      Barmaleyka 20 August 2019 07: 20
                      +1
                      Quote: Greenwood
                      Duplicate pointers are common practice in most countries of the world.

                      give an example with pointers in Russian in Paris, Berlin, London
                3. Barmaleyka
                  Barmaleyka 19 August 2019 22: 37
                  +2
                  Quote: Cat Man Null
                  Typically me "you write" (a wish is this, yeah) instead of "you write" (statement of fact) - wildly pisses me off ... well, and what, it would seem?

                  and what is it for ?!
          2. Greenwood
            Greenwood 20 August 2019 02: 58
            0
            Quote: Krasnoyarsk
            there do not lick places below the lower back to foreigners
            Where is there?
            In communist China, inscriptions are duplicated in English, in the subway, stop signs are also duplicated in English.
            In capitalist Japan, it is similar.
            Without these duplicate inserts, it would be extremely difficult for you to navigate in the country.
            1. your1970
              your1970 20 August 2019 14: 07
              0
              Quote: Greenwood
              In communist China, inscriptions are duplicated in English, in the subway, stop signs are also duplicated in English.
              In capitalist Japan, it is similar.
              -Greenwood I almost never agree with you, but here you broke their brain .... Bravo !!!!
              1. Krasnoyarsk
                Krasnoyarsk 22 August 2019 00: 02
                0
                Quote: your1970
                -Greenwood, I almost never agree with you, but here you broke his brain .... Bravo !!!!

                They didn’t break anything for me. If in China they eat scorpion, do I have them too? I do not like parrots. No birds, no. And those who are parrots. Here you are, your nickname and then confused.
      2. Doctor
        Doctor 19 August 2019 20: 16
        0
        Then why should I, arriving in Washington, London, Paris, Berlin, read the Latin alphabet?

        It happened historically. The English-speaking empires took over the world and planted their language in the occupied territories. Then we developed a worldwide distribution plan. The most effective point in the plan was the decision to translate all scientific publications in other countries into English and publish in the public domain. Any scientist has the opportunity to learn about work in his field in any country through English. With the advent of the Internet, the process of learning English has taken on an avalanche-like character.
        To dictate your conditions, you need to become economically, politically and culturally the most powerful in the world. Or at least in a region like the USSR.
        1. Krasnoyarsk
          Krasnoyarsk 19 August 2019 21: 07
          +2
          Quote: Arzt
          To dictate your conditions, you need to become economically, politically and culturally the most powerful in the world. Or at least in a region like the USSR.

          Do not dictate anything to anyone. You just have to respect your language and not allow English-language names of anything.
          1. Greenwood
            Greenwood 20 August 2019 03: 06
            +2
            Quote: Krasnoyarsk
            and not allow English-language names of anything
            Now there are a lot of international companies operating around the world, with hundreds and thousands of employees from different countries. If you attach the name to a specific country, it will be very difficult for residents of other countries to pronounce this name, which will cause the production process to suffer. The Chinese will not be able to pronounce long abbreviations such as DalStroyMorTechProekt, similarly you can hardly pronounce at least one purely Chinese name. But you and he will calmly read the inscription in English.
            For example, the Far Eastern Shipping Company (FESCO) has been dubbed since Far Soviet times as the Far Eastern Ship Company (FESCO). What name do you think will be easier to pronounce to any Indian or Chinese?
            1. Barmaleyka
              Barmaleyka 20 August 2019 07: 23
              +1
              Quote: Greenwood
              some Indian or Chinese?

              equally complex, and the abbreviation is no problem
              1. Greenwood
                Greenwood 20 August 2019 16: 27
                0
                Do not guess. That is why the company operates internationally under the FESCO brand.
            2. Krasnoyarsk
              Krasnoyarsk 22 August 2019 00: 03
              0
              Quote: Greenwood
              Now there are a lot of international companies operating around the world, with hundreds and thousands of employees from different countries. If you attach the name to a specific country, it will be very difficult for residents of other countries

              Fu you well you, you tell him about Thomas, and he tells you about Yerema.
      3. Greenwood
        Greenwood 20 August 2019 02: 56
        +1
        Quote: Krasnoyarsk
        Washington london
        Here, English is the native language of the population.
        Quote: Krasnoyarsk
        Paris, Berlin
        Here the inscriptions are duplicated in English for the convenience of visitors.
        Quote: Krasnoyarsk
        Why Russia should show "basic respect for visitors"
        Well, let's duplicate all the inscriptions in 100500 languages ​​in each country purely out of respect. fool There is the easiest language to learn - English, which is taught in schools in most countries of the world, even in the totalitarian DPRK and Iran.
        Quote: Krasnoyarsk
        but in other countries they don’t even think about it?
        They’re just thinking, therefore, the Arabic script, and Chinese characters, and Cyrillic are duplicated in a language that is understood by the majority of the world's population.
        1. Barmaleyka
          Barmaleyka 20 August 2019 07: 24
          +2
          Quote: Greenwood
          There is the easiest language to learn - English

          and why trifle, and let's ALL translate into aglitski because it is easier
          1. Greenwood
            Greenwood 20 August 2019 16: 28
            0
            Quote: Barmaleyka
            let's translate ALL into aglitski because it is easier
            Well, if you have nothing to do, for God's sake. Translate.
    2. Wedmak
      Wedmak 19 August 2019 18: 10
      +2
      Given that for many foreigners, the Cyrillic alphabet stands somewhere near the hieroglyphs. It is easier to write of course, but nifiga is not clear anyway.
      1. Barmaleyka
        Barmaleyka 19 August 2019 20: 33
        +3
        Quote: Wedmak
        It is easier written of course, but nifiga is not clear anyway.

        their problems
    3. Barmaleyka
      Barmaleyka 19 August 2019 20: 30
      +3
      Quote: Greenwood
      So why should a foreign tourist in Russia try to read the Cyrillic alphabet?

      may not study, HIS PROBLEMS, why we always try, what would be good for foreigners
    4. DenZ
      DenZ 19 August 2019 21: 07
      +3
      Quote: Greenwood
      So why should a foreign tourist in Russia try to read the Cyrillic alphabet? For me, this is not a problem, but an elementary respect for visitors.
      And where is the same respect for Russians and Cyrillic in Europe? Yes, they wanted to spit on respect for us. They came to us and they should be comfortable ... Right now I’ll cry out with emotion. Learn Russian and everything will be convenient.
      1. Doctor
        Doctor 19 August 2019 23: 04
        +3
        And where is the same respect for Russians and Cyrillic in Europe? Yes, they wanted to spit on respect for us.

        The choice of language in the New York subway payment machine.
        1. tracer
          tracer 20 August 2019 05: 38
          -3
          That the photos have arrived clearly from Brighton Beach. This finally does not mean anything. Bomzhatnik and not an area where, as everyone knows, "We are Russian mix do not deceive each other."
          1. Timeout
            Timeout 20 August 2019 07: 28
            +1
            Quote: tracer
            photo clearly from Brighton Beach

            Tracer has clearly never been to Little Russia ...
            Quote: tracer
            Bomzhatnik and not a district

            So it is worth visiting there and telling its residents, and then for a long time to pull your eyes in place.


      2. Greenwood
        Greenwood 20 August 2019 03: 08
        0
        Quote: DenZ
        Learn Russian and everything will be convenient.
        Okay, according to this logic, if I have to travel to a whole bunch of countries around the world for work or school, should I learn the language of each of them?
        Quote: DenZ
        They came to us and they should be comfortable
        You yourself, when you come over the hill for a vacation, in what language do you read the inscriptions, eh?
        1. balunn
          balunn 20 August 2019 10: 20
          0
          They do not drive :-)
          1. Greenwood
            Greenwood 20 August 2019 16: 30
            0
            Quote: balunn
            They do not drive :-)
            I know that. lol People with such reasoning were not anywhere else than their native Ryazan. Moreover, a living American or Chinese was seen only on TV.
            1. Krasnoyarsk
              Krasnoyarsk 22 August 2019 00: 12
              +1
              Quote: Greenwood
              I know. People with such reasoning were not anywhere else than their native Ryazan. Moreover, a living American or Chinese was seen only on TV.

              Have you seen an American and a Chinese live and did it ennoble you? Maybe you also touched them? Then "finally !!!" Wow, I felt the Chinese. Hands, go, after touching the deity, have not washed for three days?
  5. Valerik1337
    Valerik1337 19 August 2019 16: 39
    -9
    I propose banning the study of English, and instead introduce a compulsory study of the Chinese language, the language of our friends. Enemy Language Let Intelligence Teach
    1. Greenwood
      Greenwood 19 August 2019 17: 03
      +9
      I suggest learning Uzbek. Uzbeks are also our friends, I often buy watermelons from them. good
      1. polar fox
        polar fox 19 August 2019 18: 54
        +2
        Quote: Greenwood
        I suggest learning Uzbek

        I support. We Tatars and Uzbeks are much more Anglicos.
      2. Doctor
        Doctor 19 August 2019 20: 09
        +3
        I suggest learning Uzbek. Uzbeks are also our friends ...

        Friends switched to the Latin alphabet. Just like Moldova, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan. Kazakhs on the way. In the future - Ukraine.
        1. Antares
          Antares 21 September 2019 22: 29
          0
          Quote: Arzt
          In the future - Ukraine.

          yah.
          English yes. But Latin will kill all this "independence" starting with the language.
          1. Doctor
            Doctor 21 September 2019 22: 56
            0
            Latin will kill all this "independence" by starting with the language

            Not at all. Latin is just a way to record sounds. Even Pushkin in Latin will remain Pushkin. Ja pomnu chudnoe mgnovenie, peredo mnoy javilas ti ....
    2. Doctor
      Doctor 19 August 2019 20: 12
      +2
      instead, introduce compulsory Chinese-language learning for our friends.

      These friends learn English in large quantities. The most powerful state program.
      1. Greenwood
        Greenwood 20 August 2019 03: 10
        +3
        Quote: Arzt
        These friends learn English in large quantities.
        And they’re doing it right. Since the adoption of the best practices of Western countries is impossible without the development of huge layers of information and literature written exclusively in English.
  6. E.S.
    E.S. 19 August 2019 16: 43
    +3
    The Lord allowed the English language to become universally known so that anywhere in the world they could interrogate a prisoner in his language!
    1. Doctor
      Doctor 19 August 2019 20: 27
      0
      so that anywhere in the world they could interrogate a prisoner in his language

      For this, too, have to learn it.
  7. 16112014nk
    16112014nk 19 August 2019 17: 25
    +6
    The government is full of Western apologists, and since the West is the most widely spoken English language, through its apologists they commit sabotage in the minds of people in Russia.
    1. DenZ
      DenZ 19 August 2019 21: 09
      +1
      Quote: 16112014nk
      through his apologists commit sabotage in the minds of people in Russia.

      I almost agree, except that we ourselves commit this sabotage against ourselves. YOURSELF !!!
  8. Blacksmith 55
    Blacksmith 55 19 August 2019 17: 29
    +6
    Knowledge of a foreign language is always a plus. Nowadays, English is a computer language, and a language of communication abroad (at least very often).
    You can duplicate the inscriptions, but you need to know the measure, Russian should remain the language of communication in the country.
    1. Krasnoyarsk
      Krasnoyarsk 19 August 2019 18: 07
      +4
      Quote: smith 55
      Knowledge of a foreign language is always a plus. Nowadays, English is a computer language, and a language of communication abroad (at least very often).
      You can duplicate the inscriptions, but you need to know the measure, Russian should remain the language of communication in the country.

      Learning a language, in this case English, yes, a necessity. But this does not mean that on every corner, and this is happening, there should be inscriptions in English. This is disrespect for fellow citizens who do not know English and are not required to know.
      1. Blacksmith 55
        Blacksmith 55 19 August 2019 18: 50
        +1
        Dear Krasnoyarsk, wrote the same, you need to know the measure.
        But where is this measure, in what measure can it be, in centimeters, or grams?
        It is not necessary to write in every deaf village in a foreign language, this is definitely beyond measure. But in cities where there are a lot of tourists and ESPECIALLY in transport, museums, etc. It would be useful for foreigners.
        1. Krasnoyarsk
          Krasnoyarsk 19 August 2019 19: 26
          +1
          Quote: smith 55
          Dear Krasnoyarsk, wrote the same, you need to know the measure.
          But where is this measure, in what measure can it be, in centimeters, or grams?
          It is not necessary to write in every deaf village in a foreign language, this is definitely beyond measure. But in cities where there are a lot of tourists and ESPECIALLY in transport, museums, etc. It would be useful for foreigners.

          I agree with you, but only when I see a similar attitude towards our tourists (in transport, in museums, shops, etc.) in Europe and America.
          P.C. Where did you go? Glad your return.
          1. Greenwood
            Greenwood 20 August 2019 03: 14
            +1
            Quote: Krasnoyarsk
            I agree with you, but only when I see a similar attitude towards our tourists (in transport, in museums, shops, etc.) in Europe and America.
            Why do you single out our tourists? In the west (in non-English-speaking countries), all inscriptions are also duplicated in English, because it is the lightest and in one way or another everyone can read it: the Chinese, the Russians, the Indians, the Arabs, and anyone else. We do the same thing: the inscriptions in English will be read by a tourist from "friendly" China and a tourist from the "hated decaying" West. What is the problem?
          2. balunn
            balunn 20 August 2019 10: 26
            0
            Fully there all in Russian. Menu in Russian. guides in museums in Russian ... Yes, where a lot
      2. Doctor
        Doctor 19 August 2019 22: 22
        +1
        But this does not mean that on every corner, and this is happening, there should be inscriptions in English. This is disrespect for fellow citizens who do not know English and are not required to know.

        Try to look at it the other way.
        Why do we hold Olympics, World Championships and other gatherings with the participation of foreigners? So that they get an idea of ​​real life in Russia. And they passed this performance on to their compatriots. In the same place, propaganda is worse than Goebelssian, solid bears, balalaika and vodka. Again, the development of tourism, raising capital, even immigration to our country.
        Do you seriously think that duplication of signs in the subway is the cunning attempt of the West to change our genetic code? Not so easy, even for those who are consciously trying. In English 16 times only in the active voice.
        We just make it easy for foreigners to adapt to our conditions. But when they soften and relax ...
      3. Greenwood
        Greenwood 20 August 2019 03: 11
        -1
        Quote: Krasnoyarsk
        This is disrespect for fellow citizens who do not know English and are not required to know.
        Hmm, like at school everyone goes through it, and at institutes too. Everyone has basic knowledge of the language in one form or another.
  9. mark2
    mark2 19 August 2019 17: 45
    0
    Oh, these tales! Oh, these storytellers (c)
  10. AML
    AML 19 August 2019 18: 33
    +5
    This hides a bigger problem than just pointers in English. All that is possible and impossible was translated into English. Therefore, it is sometimes easier to find a dock in English than in Russian. Here you can scold anyone, but in this regard, the Anglo-Saxons well done. I don’t know what goals they pursued initially, but they made life easier for English speakers, + unobtrusively forced non-English speaking countries to learn English.
    1. kosovvskiy
      kosovvskiy 19 August 2019 19: 37
      +2
      Kmk, the problem is exaggerated, if it exists at all. I was driving home from work - I paid special attention. There are inscriptions in the Latin alphabet, but in the overwhelming majority of cases these are the names of foreign brands, which it is not very clear why transliterate. From domestic art I found only the "profildoors" office.
      Purely subjective names of offices in Latin have become less than suppose ten years ago. And, by the way, there is no voice dubbing of the name of metro stations in English for a long time (at least where I drive). Apparently, they did it for the 2018 World Cup.

      And, by the way, many originally English names in mass culture are successfully Russified and not only by transliteration. Facebook, You Trumpet, Poul'n'bear, etc.
      1. Greenwood
        Greenwood 20 August 2019 03: 16
        0
        Quote: kosovvskiy
        And, by the way, there is no voice dubbing of the name of metro stations in English for a long time (at least where I drive).
        And what's so good about that? A friend will come to you from behind a hillock (no matter what country), he will sit in the subway. And how will he navigate the terrain? He does not know the Russian language, but he knows his native language (Chinese, Japanese, Hindi, Farsi, Hebrew ... it doesn’t matter) and ENGLISH. And he will be very surprised that this knowledge is not enough for him to orient himself on the ground.
  11. Ros 56
    Ros 56 19 August 2019 19: 14
    +1
    All inscriptions, advertising signs, banners and billboards should be in Russian. For non-compliance, a large fine, not just large, but huge. Duplication in a foreign language only in places where these foreigners are or may be and the size is not more than 2/3 of the size of Russian.
    1. Greenwood
      Greenwood 20 August 2019 03: 36
      +3
      Quote: Ros 56
      All inscriptions, advertising signs, banners and billboards should be in Russian. For non-compliance, a large fine, not just large, but huge.
      This is morality. This is not found in any country in the world (even the DPRK began to introduce English, as it is developing the tourism industry).
      Quote: Ros 56
      where these aliens are or may be
      How do you identify places where foreigners can be? I don’t use the services of a guide over the hill, but I upload a map of the area (in English) to my phone and go and drive myself wherever I want, without getting attached to some poppy hackneyed places. I comprehend the culture, so to speak. Similarly, in our city of Vladivostok, Chinese tourists have not run in groups for a guide in the central square for a long time, but shy away on their own anywhere, including from sleeping areas. Plus, the city has a large number of foreign students and employees of international companies, they also need to move around the city, and even outside the city.
  12. Anatole Klim
    Anatole Klim 19 August 2019 19: 18
    +3
    On the Russian website Voennoye Obozreniye, the bulk of the participants are Russian, but many are registered under foreign nicknames, some of them are generally written in Latin letters. Are you ashamed of Russian callsigns and Russian alphabet ??? Globalization say ??? Oh well stop
    1. AML
      AML 19 August 2019 20: 20
      0
      Yes, yes, if you conduct a real census, it may turn out that those who live in Russia may be the majority, but not overwhelming. And the reasons may be different. For example, I do not have Russian letters. Do you prefer me to write transliteration?
    2. nesvobodnaja
      nesvobodnaja 19 August 2019 20: 26
      0
      I designated myself in Russian, and for some reason the nickname on the site came out in English. I did not understand why. Left as is.
      1. Krasnoyarsk
        Krasnoyarsk 22 August 2019 00: 21
        0
        Quote: nesvobodnaja
        I designated myself in Russian, and for some reason the nickname on the site came out in English. I did not understand why. Left as is.

        Those. agreed. They imposed on you and you agreed. Down and Out trouble started. Tomorrow, you still have something to impose. And you will agree.
        1. nesvobodnaja
          nesvobodnaja 22 August 2019 10: 19
          -1
          ))) This is not too significant, given that e-mail is indicated in Latin letters.
    3. Doctor
      Doctor 19 August 2019 20: 50
      0
      Shy of Russian call signs

      Anatoly, why are you Anatole?
      1. Anatole Klim
        Anatole Klim 19 August 2019 21: 14
        +2
        Quote: Arzt
        Shy of Russian call signs

        Anatoly, why are you Anatole?

        It's simple, the wife calls it that, and I indicated my name, did not hesitate hi
        1. Doctor
          Doctor 19 August 2019 21: 29
          0
          It's simple, the wife calls it that

          Ahhh! Clear. Cherchez la femme! wink
    4. Keyser soze
      Keyser soze 19 August 2019 21: 03
      0
      Shy of the Russian callsign and the Russian alphabet ??


      The Russian alphabet generally does not exist in nature. You write in the Bulgarian Cyrillic alphabet, made by Kliment Ohridsky, by decision of the Bulgarian Tsar Boris-Mikhail, in close Bulgarian political interests in the struggle against Byzantium. And the Cyrillic woman came to you by accident.
      1. nesvobodnaja
        nesvobodnaja 19 August 2019 21: 12
        +1
        Thanks to the Solun brothers Cyril and Methodius.)
        1. Keyser soze
          Keyser soze 19 August 2019 21: 37
          0
          Thanks to the Solun brothers Cyril and Methodius.)


          Nuuu, actually they created a glagolitic, not a Cyrillic ... wink
          1. nesvobodnaja
            nesvobodnaja 19 August 2019 21: 41
            +2
            )) Thank you all for your contribution to Russian literature.
          2. Krasnoyarsk
            Krasnoyarsk 22 August 2019 00: 29
            0
            Quote: Keyser Soze
            Nuuu, actually they created a glagolitic, not a Cyrillic ...

            How everything is up and running. Did they tell you this at an American college? Tady - oh!
            "How many friends in this world, Horatio, ...."
            1. Keyser soze
              Keyser soze 22 August 2019 11: 42
              0
              How everything is up and running. Did they tell you this at an American college? Tady - oh!
              "How many friends in this world, Horatio, ...."


              I understand that after a few glasses, at midnight I really want to spit on the Americans, even in connection with the Cyril alphabet. Well - come on, teach the Bulgarian who Cyril, Methodius, Clement Ohridski, Naum, Sava, Angelarius, Gorazd, etc. are. laughing

              PS Μεθόδιος, Methodios - Greek letter Ѳ - Old Greek (theta), New Greek (Tita).
              1. Krasnoyarsk
                Krasnoyarsk 22 August 2019 18: 57
                0
                Quote: Keyser Soze

                I understand that after a few glasses, at midnight I really want to spit on the Americans, even in connection with the Cyril alphabet. Well - come on, teach the Bulgarian who Cyril, Methodius, Clement Ohridski, Naum, Sava, Angelarius, Gorazd, etc. are.

                I don’t know what you brought the Americans here to, probably you’ve probably taken a couple of glasses.
                But .., I give a hint - before the Cyrillic alphabet, Russia used the verb.
      2. Ros 56
        Ros 56 21 August 2019 08: 09
        -1
        Now, if it weren’t for Russians, you wouldn’t be there at all, do you catch it?
      3. Antares
        Antares 21 September 2019 22: 39
        0
        Quote: Keyser Soze
        by decision of the Bulgarian Tsar Boris-Mikhail

        Thanks to Byzantium.
        Around 863, the brothers Konstantin (Cyril) the Philosopher and Methodius of Soluni (Thessaloniki), on the orders of the Byzantine Emperor Michael III, streamlined the written language for the Old Slavonic language and used the new alphabet to translate Greek religious texts into Slavic
        Prince Boris 1 was the Son of Khan Presian.
        And thanks to Bulgaria too.
        In Bulgaria, under Saint Tsar Boris, who adopted Christianity in 860, the first Slavic book school, the Preslav Book School, was created, the Cyril and Methodius originals of liturgical books (the Gospel, the Psalter, the Apostle, church services) are copied, new Slavic translations from Greek are made, original works appear in the Old Slavonic language (“On the Writing of the Blackhorse of the Brave”). Bulgaria becomes a center for the dissemination of Slavic writing
        together, these countries won against Rome the spread of their influence.
  13. E.S.
    E.S. 19 August 2019 20: 33
    -1
    Quote: Arzt
    so that anywhere in the world they could interrogate a prisoner in his language

    For this, too, have to learn it.

    To do this, you need a phrase book and a soldering iron. Phrasebook - to the interrogative
    1. AML
      AML 19 August 2019 21: 12
      0
      Yes elephant, I'm an elephant. Just don’t hit the kidneys :) (ts)
  14. Petrol cutter
    Petrol cutter 19 August 2019 21: 16
    +1
    Oh! Literally today, at around 15.00 p.m., a polemic battle broke out over this topic over a smoke. Among the assemblers of the CCM working on order A40. As well as welders. The parties exchanged views and argued their position. I personally did not take part in the discussion, as I am not ready to give my final decision on this issue so directly.
  15. E.S.
    E.S. 19 August 2019 21: 26
    +1
    Quote: Benzorez
    Oh! Literally today, at around 15.00 p.m., a polemic battle broke out over this topic over a smoke. Among the assemblers of the CCM working on order A40. As well as welders. The parties exchanged views and argued their position. I personally did not take part in the discussion, as I am not ready to give my final decision on this issue so directly.

    Can't choose between a soldering iron and an iron? :-)
    1. Petrol cutter
      Petrol cutter 21 August 2019 20: 27
      0
      I was not convinced by either side. And I'm not used to making decisions stupidly on emotions.
  16. AML
    AML 19 August 2019 21: 31
    +2
    Quote: Keyser Soze
    Shy of the Russian callsign and the Russian alphabet ??


    The Russian alphabet generally does not exist in nature. You write in the Bulgarian Cyrillic alphabet, made by Kliment Ohridsky, by decision of the Bulgarian Tsar Boris-Mikhail, in close Bulgarian political interests in the struggle against Byzantium. And the Cyrillic woman came to you by accident.


    Ooh, another digger of the Black Sea.
    Then add that the Cyrillic alphabet is based on Greek. And after Peter I introduced civil spelling, the Bulgarians also moved to it.
  17. Cry
    Cry 20 August 2019 05: 01
    0
    The first example was Peter the Great, who appeared on Kukuevskaya Sloboda, and then, in England, fell ill with aglycosis, so he discovered capitalism in the vastness of Russia. After perestroika, aglycosis struck the Communists, and therefore capitalism was revived in Russia.
  18. Yury Siritsky
    Yury Siritsky 20 August 2019 11: 49
    0
    And our film studios, which almost completely duplicate American names.
  19. colotun
    colotun 21 August 2019 09: 29
    0
    Why should we be afraid of the English language. if it is known by statistics that still no one knows him among the general population.