In Chile, protesters attacked a military facility

In Chile, protesters attacked a military facility

In Chile, demonstrators broke into a military facility in the city of San Antonio, Valparaiso region. It is known that during the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet, the complex of structures served as a place where training was given to the methods of torture, and now it is known as the Army School of Engineers.


Protesters broke through the perimeter and burst into the base, set fire to a truck there. One soldier was injured. The army has already published a response, warning that further attacks will be duly rebuffed.

At the same time, the military noted that if repeated provocations do not follow, they reject any acts of violence that do not contribute to a peaceful resolution of the civil conflict.


The riots in Chile have been going on for several weeks, they have led to human casualties and great material damage. The reason for the unrest was the difficult socio-economic situation of wide sections of the population, and the reason was the authorities' intention to increase the fare for the metro.

In recent months, mass protests have swept across a number of countries in South America. In addition to Chile, they were held in Ecuador and Uruguay. In Bolivia, riots led to the resignation of President Evo Morales, who fled to Mexico, but made a promise to return “with victory”.
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  1. Honest Citizen 13 November 2019 18: 50 New
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    If spontaneous demonstrations and pogroms swept through the country, then spontaneity was well organized (c)
    But are not the "ears" of our partners sticking out for all this?
    1. The leader of the Redskins 13 November 2019 18: 53 New
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      Well, you see the hand of the West in everything! Do not believe that people taken to extremes can rise and break themselves? Did our mattresses pay for our great-grandfathers in 1917? What about the GDR? Budapest? Prague 1968?
      1. Honest Citizen 13 November 2019 18: 55 New
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        Well, after all, many parties were sponsored by the intelligence services of neighboring countries, this is not a secret ... But the people are actually difficult to bring. Here a whole range of measures is required, but judging by how we are doing, the leadership is moving in the right direction.
        1. knn54 13 November 2019 19: 05 New
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          Sergei, the guys are hot there. A quarter of a century ago, a group of military men (Central America) came for night vision devices.
          Upon learning that we had delays in salaries, they were surprised and said that they would quickly have thrown off the president.
          1. Shurik70 13 November 2019 21: 36 New
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            They scold Pinochet.
            But really, he pulled the country out of the economic pit. He gave everyone the opportunity to earn and live in prosperity. And he left, he left when he decided that he had achieved everything and it was time to give way to others. Arranged democratic elections.
            Wrong. Prosr @ whether all his achievements are democrats. After him, Chile had its own “Khrushchev” - Patricio Aylvin, and began by pouring mud on Pinochet. Appointed a commission to investigate his crimes. The result was faster than in the USSR.
      2. Tank jacket 13 November 2019 19: 05 New
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        About the GDR, Budapest and Prague do not agree completely ... There were EARS. About 1917 I agree. The Bolsheviks gathered the country again after the collapse of the Republic of Ingushetia and the February Revolution.
        1. Procopius Nesterov 13 November 2019 19: 52 New
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          Correct, they did not collect, but divided Russia into sovereign states, with the right to exit.
          Lenin was the first to recognize the independence of Finland; it also gave independence to the Baltic States and Poland.
          Screen from the 1924 constitution.
          1. Tank jacket 13 November 2019 20: 02 New
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            In the summer of 1917, RI no longer existed, what are you talking about ??? If the Bolsheviks and the officers of the General Staff of the Republic of Ingushetia, GRU, the artillery command, and the fleet officers who joined them did not take power in October, it is not that Finland would have collapsed would have collapsed all of Russia from Moscow to the Far East.
            1. Procopius Nesterov 13 November 2019 20: 21 New
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              I wrote the word Russia, not RI. You read inattentively.
              Just a coup d'état arranged by the Bolsheviks, and the civil war unleashed by them almost destroyed the country.
              1. Tank jacket 13 November 2019 20: 27 New
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                The country was destroyed by Nicholas on February 2 revolution and interim government, the Bolsheviks saved the country, including from interventionists, including American in the Far East western concessions. I repeat, neither Russia nor RI in the summer of 1917 already existed.
                1. Procopius Nesterov 13 November 2019 20: 34 New
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                  The Bolsheviks and Stalin claimed that they had overthrown Nicholas II.
                  The Bolsheviks invited the interventionists to Murmansk; they also turned to the United States on March 5, 1918 asking how the United States, France, England could help them.
                  Lenin just distributed the country to the west in concession. Have you heard about the decree on concessions?
                  1. stalki 13 November 2019 22: 10 New
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                    Lenin just distributed the country to the west in concession. Have you heard about the decree on concessions?
                    the incorrect word “handed out”, gave a temporary right to earn and pay back to the concessionaire, with certain powers, his expenses, but not your form at all. The state, even with this type of agreement, remains the absolute right of ownership of a subject or object of the agreement. Partial rights and powers are temporarily determined.
              2. AnderS 13 November 2019 22: 28 New
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                Do not bring nonsense ... Just the same white, not the Bolsheviks, organized a civil war ... Learn history
                1. Procopius Nesterov 15 November 2019 05: 49 New
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                  Lenin has repeatedly said that the Bolsheviks began a civil war.
                  1. AnderS 15 November 2019 08: 45 New
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                    Lenin has repeatedly said that the Bolsheviks began a civil war.
                    No need to juggle, snatch a quote from the context and replace concepts. In this passage, Lenin wrote about the "war against the exploiters", and not about the civil war. If you follow your logic, the support of the Chinese Communists in the years 45-49, the support of the Cuban revolution and the support of Vietnam in the years 65-75 are part of the civil war in Russia ... Or do you think the exploiters were only in Russia? Or maybe you approve and support the exploitation of man by man?
                    1. Procopius Nesterov 15 November 2019 08: 47 New
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                      Well, you are turning around, Lenin openly spoke about this. But for some reason his slogans are unpleasant to you.
                      1. AnderS 15 November 2019 09: 44 New
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                        Well, you turn around, Lenin openly talked about this.
                        I just do not spin. You are trying to pull an owl on a globe. And what follows from what he said? Talking about a civil war and starting it are two big differences, don't you find?
                    2. Procopius Nesterov 15 November 2019 08: 49 New
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                      You still blame Stalin for lies. I think Lenin and Stalin knew better who started the civil war, and not you.
                      1. AnderS 15 November 2019 09: 48 New
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                        And from your quotes of the "short course" it also does not follow that the Bolsheviks started the war. Here the word "organize" is used in the meaning of "streamline", "coordinate", "put under a single leadership", and not in the meaning of "start"
                      2. Procopius Nesterov 15 November 2019 10: 01 New
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                        Is it possible that a madman can believe this? Your excuses are so ridiculous, it's just not funny
                      3. Procopius Nesterov 15 November 2019 10: 13 New
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                        Lenin even calls the date
                      4. AnderS 15 November 2019 16: 46 New
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                        Lenin even calls the date
                        Seriously? And what is this date, do not tell? laughing
  2. Dart2027 13 November 2019 19: 18 New
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    Quote: Leader of the Redskins
    And did our mattresses pay our great-grandfathers in 1917? And the GDR? Budapest? Prague 1968?

    Especially amused about Prague, after reasoning about 1917.
  3. Tank hard 13 November 2019 19: 19 New
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    Quote: Leader of the Redskins
    Did our mattresses pay for our great-grandfathers in 1917?

    I don’t know about our great-grandfathers, but they say that British-German ears stick out from the events of 1917, and years earlier ... repeat
    1. AnderS 13 November 2019 22: 30 New
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      but they say that British - German ears stick out from the events of 1917, and years earlier ...
      And who "speaks", do not share? Maybe then it will be clear to whom it is beneficial to “speak” like that?
      1. Tank hard 13 November 2019 23: 05 New
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        Quote: AnderS
        And who "speaks", do not share?

        Story... repeat
        1. AnderS 14 November 2019 06: 56 New
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          [quote] Quote: AnderS
          And who "speaks", do not share?

          History ... [quote] That's the news ... Does history already speak with you? Well then, urgently go to the doctor ...
          1. Tank hard 14 November 2019 10: 36 New
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            [quote = AnderS] History ...
            That's the news ... is history already talking to you? Well then, urgently go to the doctor ...

            Why can you write smarter? You consider yourself smart and healthy, so spend an educational program here to such an illiterate fool as I, with examples, quotes, links to the source and the like, I will gladly correct my mistakes (if they are discovered). But here you can only what to send to the doctor, but to think up about the fact that I am talking with a story or a story with me. Alas, on your part, this is blowing winds while sitting in a puddle. request Accordingly, you recommend yourself ... repeat
            1. AnderS 14 November 2019 12: 33 New
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              Why can you write smarter? You consider yourself smart and healthy, so spend an educational program here to such an illiterate fool as I, with examples, quotes, links to the source and the like, I will gladly correct my mistakes (if they are discovered).
              I haven’t been hired as a teacher. If you are really interested in this question, and judging by the fact that you are able to use the Internet, just write me your "ingenious" tips here, then you are able to write a search query and download a couple of smart books "with examples, quotes, with references to the source and the like "... And it is you who let the winds into the puddle here when you make the most general, unsubstantiated statements that they are" saying "something. Since you started asserting that something is sticking out from somewhere, then please be kind enough not to refer to what they “say” (it is unclear who and for what reason), but to cite the very links to “examples, quotes, links to the source and the like. " And it turns out that you yourself do not bring any facts to justify your statement, but you demand these justifications from me ... Will your face crack?
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  4. dmmyak40 13 November 2019 19: 50 New
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    About 1917, just smiled. Have you heard about Parvus & Co.? And what about the Japanese funding of the 1905 Revolution?
    What revolution can be if at least 40-50% of the country's population did not participate in it?
    1. AnderS 13 November 2019 22: 32 New
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      About 1917, just smiled. Have you heard about Parvus & Co.?
      Here's the news ... This joke has a beard as long as 102 years old ... How did you find out about Parvus? From the lying TV series recently shown on Russian TV?
      1. dmmyak40 15 November 2019 00: 13 New
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        What kind of series? I hardly watch TV - once. I read sports and books.
        I found out about Parvus a long time ago. A friend is a candidate of historical sciences, he manages to intercept a lot of interesting literature. To refer to films - Moveton, only books. And in general, carefully studying the beginning of the 20th century and the collapse of the Republic of Ingushetia, much becomes clear. Only need to think.
        1. AnderS 15 November 2019 08: 54 New
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          What kind of series?
          It’s either called the “demon of revolution”, or else I don’t remember exactly, because I myself caught a glimpse of it ... 2017, on the anniversary of the Revolution, Russian filmmakers shot several govoserial series in which they tried their best to falsify this very revolution ...
          And in general, carefully studying the beginning of the 20th century and the collapse of the Republic of Ingushetia, much becomes clear. Only need to think.
          Well, what did you decide when studying the beginning of the 20th century? It must be assumed that Lenin was a German spy?
          1. dmmyak40 15 November 2019 22: 50 New
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            Thought enough to make certain conclusions.
            As for Lenin and his work on the "uncle", this is too small a question, there were a lot of things bigger and more significant. I don’t see the point here: all are already big boys and have their own opinions.
            But do not watch TV shows, even for a moment: read books. Dostoevsky’s “Demons,” for example: you will learn a lot of interesting things.
  5. AU Ivanov. 13 November 2019 19: 50 New
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    Great-grandfathers in 1917 were paid by the Germans.
  6. d.olegov44 13 November 2019 20: 42 New
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    Quote: Leader of the Redskins
    Did our mattresses pay for our great-grandfathers in 1917?

    Not mattress covers, but the German general staff.
  7. ljoha_d 13 November 2019 21: 01 New
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    in 1917, notably helped England
  8. stalki 13 November 2019 22: 00 New
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    Did our mattresses pay for our great-grandfathers in 1917?
    In the seventeenth, the money was also Western, German, not only. The truth was not used as it was nemchura wanted. Mnogohodovochka.
  9. Tersky 13 November 2019 22: 05 New
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    Quote: Leader of the Redskins
    Did our mattresses pay for our great-grandfathers in 1917?

    Well, I hope you know someone Woodrow Wilson who allocated 10 000 dollars, which is more than 200 000 dollars in terms of current money. And this is only the USA. Germany is not worth writing, just one name is enough - Alexander Parvus. Mayakovsky is right in his question- "If the stars are lit, then does anyone need this?"
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  11. Private-K 14 November 2019 14: 08 New
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    Did our mattresses pay for our great-grandfathers in 1917?

    Yours, not ours.
    There were no mattresses in 1917, but the banking group Schiff, Leeb and Co. was. Your Trotsky is their protégé.
    Just the United States, as a state, rather supported the relative integrity and strength of Russia. Including and Soviet - did not allow the Leninist gang to tear Transbaikalia and Dalvas from the RSFSR.
    In the 37th, Koba shot all the participants in the case, led by Krasnoshchekin, who directly supervised the process as the head of the "Far Eastern People's Republic." Yeah.
  • Alexander Petrov1 13 November 2019 19: 14 New
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    As psychologists say, this is an autumn aggravation, but it seems not without the “main democracy” on planet Earth to the most peaceful United States ...
    1. marshes 13 November 2019 19: 24 New
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      Quote: Alexander Petrov1
      As psychologists say, this is an autumn aggravation, but it seems not without the “main democracy” on planet Earth to the most peaceful United States ...

      There Spring, although in spring everything escalates.
      1. Alexander Petrov1 13 November 2019 19: 25 New
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        That's for sure... good
  • taiga2018 13 November 2019 19: 30 New
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    Quote: Honest Citizen
    But are not the "ears" of our partners sticking out for all this?

    In my opinion, these “partners” themselves do not even know how to react to events in Chile and even in Bolivia, in which not everyone immediately recognized this Agnes or Nunez as acting president, unlike Venezuela ... Moreover, the countries of Latin America themselves are not in a hurry, except Brazil, because they understand that this can happen at any moment for them too ...
  • parusnik 13 November 2019 20: 26 New
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    If spontaneous demonstrations and pogroms swept through the country, then spontaneity was well organized (c)
    But are not the "ears" of our partners sticking out for all this?
    The reason for the unrest was the difficult socio-economic situation of wide sections of the population, and the reason was the authorities' intention to increase the fare for the metro.
    ...Those. First, the United States brought the country to a difficult socio-economic situation, prompted the Chilean government to make an excuse, and then decided to organize riots so that a government would come to power that would lead the country out of the crisis? Or would it drive it deeper into the crisis? laughing
    1. Reptiloid 13 November 2019 21: 04 New
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      So, after all, a similar scenario is often worked out in different countries and on different continents. am It works ----- they don’t come up with another.
      Quote: parusnik
      If spontaneous demonstrations and pogroms swept through the country, then spontaneity was well organized (c)
      But are not the "ears" of our partners sticking out for all this?
      The reason for the unrest was the difficult socio-economic situation of wide sections of the population, and the reason was the authorities' intention to increase the fare for the metro.
      ...Those. First, the United States brought the country to a difficult socio-economic situation, prompted the Chilean government to make an excuse, and then decided to organize riots so that a government would come to power that would lead the country out of the crisis? Or would it drive it deeper into the crisis? laughing
  • Laksamana besar 13 November 2019 21: 12 New
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    Ears stick out from everywhere, the first place in the world in lithium reserves (white oil), had to develop new deposits with Russia.
    1. Laksamana besar 13 November 2019 22: 37 New
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      I wrote about Bolivia, read about Chile. smile
  • Nyrobsky 13 November 2019 22: 08 New
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    Quote: Honest Citizen
    If spontaneous demonstrations and pogroms swept through the country, then spontaneity was well organized (c)
    But are the "ears" of our partners sticking out for all this?

    Stick out like two locators. Along the way, the Americans decided to repeat the "Arab Spring", reformatting it to "Latin American Autumn."
  • 72jora72 14 November 2019 02: 29 New
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    If spontaneous demonstrations and pogroms swept through the country, then spontaneity was well organized (c)
    But are not the "ears" of our partners sticking out for all this?
    Riots in Latin America differently directed while in Bolivia and Nicaragua anti-American governments are in power, and indeed the ears are visible, then in Chile, Ecuador and Uruguay, the protests are just against close rapprochement with global corporations and the American regime.
  • Tank jacket 14 November 2019 05: 23 New
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    The coup in Bolivia occurred immediately after Morales refused the deal on lithium mining.
    On November 4, Morales canceled the agreement of December 2018 with the German company ACI Systems Alemania (ACISA). The cancellation of the agreement with ACISA by Morales opened the way either to revise the agreement with the conditions providing an increase in profit for the population of the region, or to direct nationalization of the Bolivian lithium industry.
  • Ros 56 13 November 2019 19: 00 New
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    What do Chileans want to repeat 1973?
    1. Tank jacket 13 November 2019 19: 09 New
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      Chileans and those that Morales have thrown off resemble near-minded brothers. Zeros in management. Poor education ... We really have a short distance too ... Take at least the summer races in Moscow. Galkins and Tits. By the way, they let the Tit laughing
      1. Tank hard 13 November 2019 19: 21 New
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        Quote: Tank jacket
        Chileans and those that Morales have thrown off resemble near-minded brothers. Zeros in management. Poor education ... We really have a short distance too ... Take at least the summer races in Moscow. Galkins and Tits. By the way, they let the Tit

        Yes. hi
        1. Tank jacket 13 November 2019 19: 24 New
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          Better Tit in the cage than the Galkins on the screen hi
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            Quote: Tank jacket
            Better Tit in the cage than the Galkins on the screen

            laughing
      2. Sergej1972 13 November 2019 21: 52 New
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        Protesters in Chile are closer to the left, while Morales has overthrown the right.
        1. Tank jacket 14 November 2019 04: 20 New
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          hi in the near future, all of Latin America from Brazil to Uruguay will enter the barricades ... There will be left and right and those in the middle. Everyone will require food, water and electricity.
          1. Ros 56 14 November 2019 08: 06 New
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            You can demand even before turning blue, from this, neither the first, nor the second, nor the third will appear, for this you need to work, and not ride through the streets. Then some quickly jumped from their native land to expel them.
    2. Ural-4320 13 November 2019 20: 12 New
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      Yeah, I also thought that we had missed Augusto Pinochet.
      But here truly about the "movement" of Latin America is written in "One Hundred Years of Solitude."
  • Thrifty 13 November 2019 19: 11 New
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    Lack of strong authority, inability to lead, corruption, and the intervention of foreign agents of influence. .and in the country there is a maidan, coup, rebellion, or revolution. ..
    1. Fedorov 13 November 2019 19: 35 New
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      As I know everything .. I live in Kiev damn it. Although the world has seen for certain reasons.
      In Tbilisi, one Georgian told me - you are Russian, I hate you for not reaching Tbilisi, to restore order. But really, what got in the way? There was one march throw. request request
      1. Aviator_ 13 November 2019 21: 40 New
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        They didn’t get there because there was no pro-Russian Georgian who had to be made president. But that’s why they recognized the coup in Ukraine and did not reach Kiev from Slavyansk to put Prez and Prime Minister Yanyk and Azarov in the chair, who were (at least Azarov) quite pro-Russian - this is a question.
    2. Ural-4320 13 November 2019 20: 13 New
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      And the funny thing is that after the Maidan / coup / rebellion, weak power, corruption and the intervention of influence agents come again.
  • Gennady Fomkin 13 November 2019 19: 22 New
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    Quote: Leader of the Redskins
    Well, you see the hand of the West in everything! Do not believe that people taken to extremes can rise and break themselves? Did our mattresses pay for our great-grandfathers in 1917? What about the GDR? Budapest? Prague 1968?

    Do you doubt friendship trains laughing
  • marshes 13 November 2019 19: 27 New
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    In general, Central and South America, the United States considers its backyard.
    If the left regimes under Obama, the Democrat, as they lived then under the Republicans they will come kirdyk.
  • Prahlad 13 November 2019 19: 30 New
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    Good luck to them. I hope after this the army will go over to the side of the people!
    1. AU Ivanov. 13 November 2019 23: 04 New
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      And he will go along with the people to smash the shops?
  • sergo1914 13 November 2019 19: 45 New
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    . the complex of structures served as a place for training in torture


    Wanted a master class?
  • Kenxnumx 13 November 2019 20: 00 New
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    In St. Petersburg they say the metro wants to pick up.
    1. marshes 13 November 2019 20: 15 New
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      Quote: Ken71
      In St. Petersburg they say the metro wants to pick up.

      What they want to do instead of the LRT trams and it is cheaper in terms of construction, there, in St. Petersburg, the ground was frozen.
  • Kosh 13 November 2019 20: 05 New
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    Given that the pro-American right regime is in power in Chile, I wish the protesters every success.
  • Saboteur Holuy 13 November 2019 21: 18 New
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    Chile has just army number 1 in Latin America
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      And how is this manifested? I think Brazil has the most powerful army on the continent.
  • Lord of the Sith 13 November 2019 22: 08 New
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    I’m wondering how many people saw these Maidans, that people have skulls instead of brains, since they participate in this, do they not understand the consequences?
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      Quote: Lord of the Sith
      I’m wondering how many people saw these Maidans, what people have in their skulls instead of brains, since they participate in this

      People want to believe in the best ... request
      Quote: Lord of the Sith
      don't they understand the consequences?

      A significant part does not understand, in order to understand what it is, you need to experience it personally, however, not everyone can experience it, moreover, in the literal sense of the word. request
  • Alsur 14 November 2019 09: 01 New
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    Quote: Leader of the Redskins
    Well, you see the hand of the West in everything! Do not believe that people taken to extremes can rise and break themselves? Did our mattresses pay for our great-grandfathers in 1917? What about the GDR? Budapest? Prague 1968?

    Didn't you know? In 1917, the British paid. Czechoslovakia, this is the United States. And the GDR, did you mean the fall of the wall? Then it is Gorbachev's merit, connivance.