The Russians do not need a revolution, but take out the freedom of speech and lay it down!


Project "ZZ". Ombudsman Boris Titov, who has been protecting the rights of entrepreneurs in Russia for seven years, said in an interview with foreign journalists that “everything is fine” in the country. The economy is in a stable position, and inflation is under control. True, "the economy is not developing," because it was "strangled by politics." But it is not a revolution that is needed; reasonable transformations are needed. Another European publication cites the results of a recent Levada poll, which found that the proportion of Russian citizens who consider freedom of speech to be one of their most important human rights has grown over the past two years from 34% to 58%.


Stability - yes, revolution - no


Alice Botha and Uwe Jean Heuser took for a German newspaper «Die Zeit» an interview with Boris Titov, whom they called the “Putin Ombudsman [Putins Ombudsmann] for Russian Entrepreneurs”. The conversation was about Russia, about the missed opportunities, about the bureaucracy and the West.

At the beginning of the interview, correspondents recalled that Titov had been the “Ombudsman of Vladimir Putin” since 2012 since that time, since then he has defended the rights of Russian entrepreneurs.

The share of all acquittals in Russia is only 0,23 percent. According to Titov, the Russian legal system "is in a difficult position": there is no "neither sufficient transparency, nor the necessary professionalism." The country has a “powerful layer of bureaucracy” that “lives by its own rules.” If in the West power comes from above, then in Russia, according to Titov, there is "horizontal power superior to the power of the bureaucracy" and "working for its own interests." “To break this layer from above is very often very difficult. But even from below we can do little, ”says the Ombudsman.

Seven years Titov Ombudsman. And how has Russia changed during this time?

“As a civil servant, I must tell you: everything is fine! We have a stable economy, solid reserves, inflation under control. ”


Titov considers the foregoing as state truth, adding to this the following: "All officials are trying to make the state richer."

True, for businessmen, "the situation has even worsened." In the best years (2007 and 2008 are mentioned), the economy "developed well", competition began.

“Until 2008, crisis management provided order and clear conditions. Unfortunately, we have missed the moment for change. ”


What happened?

According to Titov, until 2008, reforms were possible due to rising oil prices. Oil revenues were "passed on to the people," and demand "increased significantly." But the people who led the country out of the crisis of the nineties "did not understand that they had achieved success." They are "not changed." After all, when it comes to growth, companies should be given the opportunity to invest in new projects. Instead of supporting economic growth and weakening regulation, as is done everywhere in the world, the authorities adhere to strict fiscal policies. Raising taxes, high interest rate of the Central Bank ... Those who are in the government “responsible for finances” are to blame. Politics, according to the Ombudsman, "strangled the economy, the public sector began to grow, our dependence on oil and gas strengthened." So far this continues ... However, the president, as Titov believes, is "looking for a way out."

Is stability deceiving? Journalists recalled that Vladimir Putin's ratings were good until last year, when the retirement age was increased. Protests, people are unhappy ... Can it so happen that the current system does not transform?

Titov is convinced that the country needs economic reforms to create “real competition”. That's when the owners of small business "finally come and grow up the middle class, which is independent of the state." Demanding great reforms means "throwing wooden clubs at the steel door." This is an "inefficient way."

Effective, according to Titov, looks different:

“... we intend to create special zones with top-level administration. We need not revolution, but reasonable steps, as is customary in the business world. Our potential is huge. We may not recognize the country in ten years. ”


As for the West and Russia, according to the Ombudsman, the West still has not comprehended Russia. “Russia is a European country” (Russland ist ein europäisches Land), Titov said.


Evolution instead of revolution


And in this country, according to the Levada Center poll, residents are increasingly advocating freedom of speech.

The share of Russians who consider freedom of speech as a fundamental human right in two years has grown from 34% to 58%. The Levada poll was described in "Le Figaro" Pierre Sotrey.

(A survey of the center, we note in parentheses, was conducted on October 24 — October 30 of the year 2019. The results are published on the website Levada Center 20 November. The question was asked as follows: “Which of the human rights and freedoms, in your opinion, are the most important? Choose some of the most important positions for you ”(this means that respondents could choose more than one answer). The right to life, freedom, and personal inviolability came first (72% in 2017 and 78% in 2019). Major shifts in two years were manifested in the rights to a fair trial (50% and 64%, respectively), freedom of speech (34% and 58%), inviolability of property, home (46% and 57%), leisure and leisure (39% and 52 %), family formation and equality of marriage (28% and 43%), freedom of movement and choice of residence (29% and 42%), freedom of religion, freedom of conscience (22% and 40%), information (25% and 39%), freedom of peaceful assembly and association (13% and 28%). According to the center’s specialists, a significant increase in the frequency of answers may indicate the actualization of the agenda in the public opinion - human rights.)


Pierre Sotrey believes that the data "confirm the trend that has been illustrated all summer on the streets of Moscow." The percentage of Russians surveyed who consider freedom of speech as a fundamental human right has grown over two years from 34% to 58%. But the case with Moscow is “especially indicative”. In this city, which has been stunned by “unprecedented protests” for the whole summer because of municipal elections, the corresponding poll result (the right to freedom of speech) more than doubled - from 24% to 52%, the Frenchman writes. (See tab. 3 on the Levada website.)

The publication of the results of this poll, the author believes, emphasizes "the growing political and social tension after the re-election of Vladimir Putin in the 2018 year." Tension has grown due to the “unpopular law on increasing the retirement age and several weeks of brutal repression” (in Moscow and other cities).

Anna Colin-Lebedev, a teacher at the University of Western Paris - Nanterre-la-Défense, sees in Russian society "a general dissatisfaction caused by both the deterioration of economic conditions and the local authorities." At the same time, the scientist clarifies: the growing "attachment" to these freedoms does not at all lead to a great inclination "to political and protest actions." Moreover, these actions are more likely to stagnate and even decline. This is evidenced by another survey of the same Levada Center. Indeed, only every fifth Russian declares his readiness to take to the streets in order to protect his interests.

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If you believe the polls and expert interpreters, stability in Russia is hardly threatened - both stability in politics and stability in the economy. The desire of people to have the right to freedom of speech and other freedoms is easily explained; easy to understand and the reluctance of the masses to take to the streets with protests.

It is much more difficult to understand the enthusiasm of Mr. Titov, who believes in reasonable steps and huge potential. And the fact that the country will probably not be recognized in ten years. Blessed is he who believes, warmth in the world!
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  1. Same lech 26 November 2019 05: 33 New
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    And the fact that the country will probably not be recognized in ten years. Blessed is he who believes, warmth in the world!

    Life is so unpredictable ... twenty years ago I would not have believed that the USSR would not become ... that there would be a war with Chechnya ... that in Ukraine they would kill Russians ... that NATO would be at our borders.
    Who knows what will happen in ten years what ... oh, I would have a time machine fly to find out who will become Putin's successor and what will happen to Russia in 20 years.
    1. 24rus 26 November 2019 05: 40 New
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      They will drink and steal for sure - classic
      1. Same lech 26 November 2019 05: 41 New
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        They will drink and steal for sure - classic

        Well, the whole mood was spoiled in the morning ... and I was hoping to get into a bright future.
        1. Ross xnumx 26 November 2019 05: 55 New
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          According to Titov, until 2008, reforms were possible due to rising oil prices. Oil revenues were "passed on to the people," and demand "increased significantly."


          The transfer of state assets to private - is this the economic reform? Yes, the growth of oil revenues made it possible to allocate more funds to the wage fund for workers, that's all. When the raw materials economy of Russia was shown how it is possible to slide down from the top of the pyramid overnight, so the whole reform ended.
          And the whole essence of today's life of the “power of those who have exploded” is to have time to snatch before they are pulled away from their homes.
          1. WIKI 26 November 2019 08: 41 New
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            Quote: ROSS 42
            And the whole essence of today's life of the “power of those who have exploded” is to have time to snatch before they are pulled away from their homes.
            According to Titov, until 2008, reforms were possible due to rising oil prices.
            But the people who led the country out of the crisis of the nineties, "did not understand that they had achieved success."
            Titov generally understands what he is saying. The officials did not succeed because of their abilities and the right course chosen by the leader, but only because of the high oil prices. Called, told the truth without thinking. About hatched places. The other day I was surprised by the news that Zyuganov was awarded the Order of Merit for the Fatherland. Only one thing comes to mind. His merit is that it is a screen and a lightning rod for the current government. Yes! He sat well in the place.
            1. Ross xnumx 26 November 2019 08: 58 New
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              Quote: WIKI
              The other day I was surprised by the news that Zyuganov was awarded the Order of Merit for the Fatherland. Only one thing comes to mind. His merit is that it is a screen and a lightning rod for the current government. Yes!

              good
              Exactly! This "rat" in 1996 discredited the Communist Party, and in the elections in 2018 just threw the presidential candidate at the mercy of the authorities. If Lev Rokhlin refused to accept the award - Hero of Russia - for participating in ...

              And this "fighter for social justice" accepts a reward for having 20 million poor in Russia ... Is that his goal?
              1. WIKI 26 November 2019 09: 08 New
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                Zyuganov says a lot, but does little:
          2. Stas157 26 November 2019 08: 53 New
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            According to Titov, until 2008, reforms were possible due to rising oil prices. Oil revenues "passed on to the people»

            Wow! According to the elite turns oil revenues were passed on to the people. And I didn’t know that something was transmitted to me there!
            Instead of supporting economic growth and weakening regulation, as is done everywhere in the world, the authorities adhere to strict fiscal policies. Raising taxes, high interest rate of the Central Bank ... Those who are to blame in the governmentresponsible for finance". Politics, according to the Ombudsman, “strangled the economy, the public sector began to grow, our dependence on oil and gas has strengthened».

            Here the high government official speaks as is.

            So far this continues ... However, the president, as Titov believes, is "looking for a way out."

            He’s been looking for something for twenty years. Already there is no hope left. I think he himself doesn’t believe it anymore, because he himself needs to exit.
          3. Svarog 26 November 2019 09: 14 New
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            Quote: ROSS 42
            The transfer of state assets to private - is this the economic reform?

            and then transfer to offshore ..
            Quote: ROSS 42
            When the raw materials economy of Russia was shown how it is possible to slide down from the top of the pyramid overnight, so the whole reform ended.
            And the whole essence of today's life of the “power of those who have exploded” is to have time to snatch before they are pulled away from their homes.

            Everything is just like that.. hi
        2. The leader of the Redskins 26 November 2019 07: 45 New
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          For us, a bright future is the light at the end of the tunnel, but, as Zhvanetsky used to say, "the pancake tunnel does not end!" ...))) laughing
          1. Ingvar 72 26 November 2019 17: 49 New
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            Quote: Leader of the Redskins
            For us, a brighter future is the light at the end of the tunnel,

            Realists should assume that the light at the end of the tunnel may be a train traveling towards. wink
        3. Alien From 1 December 2019 15: 44 New
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          If you don’t drink, smoke and morally decompose)))
      2. APES 26 November 2019 06: 04 New
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        The country has a “powerful layer of bureaucracy” that “lives by its own rules.” If in the West power comes from above, then in Russia, according to Titov, there is "horizontal power superior to the power of the bureaucracy" and "working for its own interests." “To break this layer from above is very often very difficult. But even from below we can do little

        The tops cannot, the lower classes no longer want. As I understand it lol
        1. aybolyt678 26 November 2019 07: 53 New
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          Quote: APES
          The tops cannot, the lower classes no longer want. As I understand it

          quite the contrary, the upper classes do not want to change anything, and the lower classes cannot do anything. There is no mechanism for influencing the economic system from below, if earlier it was possible to declare a strike at a factory, now there are no factories and factories .......
          1. maiman61 26 November 2019 08: 54 New
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            "The tops cannot, the lower classes no longer want." - It's right.
            "and the lower classes can do nothing." - But it's scary! Deathly silence is scary! Front-line soldiers were terribly afraid of silence at the front. So soon the kayuk can come.
            1. aybolyt678 26 November 2019 10: 18 New
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              Quote: maiman61
              Deathly silence is scary!

              there is no silence as such. There is deafening freedom of speech, everything can be said. The trouble is that sober words are drowned out and devalued by the cacophony of delirium. And if we compare today's situation with the front, then it is similar to the environment, and the commander’s betrayal.
    2. Far B 26 November 2019 05: 57 New
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      20 years ago the USSR was gone, and the war with Chechnya was in full swing))) Your watch is behind, colleague)
      1. Same lech 26 November 2019 05: 59 New
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        Dear 1989, until the collapse of the USSR two more years ... give your watch for repair. smile
        1. user1212 26 November 2019 06: 03 New
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          No, you need to repair the watch. Outside 2019
          1. Same lech 26 November 2019 06: 07 New
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            Oh Lord ... you carefully read the comment ...
            I say again in 1989 that I could not imagine that the USSR would not become ... that there would be a war with Chechnya ... that in Ukraine they would kill Russians in LDN ... that NATO would come so close to our borders ...
            I hope at least this is clear to you.
            1. user1212 26 November 2019 06: 08 New
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              Quote: The same Lech
              Life is so unpredictable ... twenty years ago I would not have believed that the USSR would not become ... that there would be a war with Chechnya ... that in Ukraine they would kill Russians ... that NATO would be at our borders.

              Yours Well, not yours, not yours smile hi
              1. Same lech 26 November 2019 06: 10 New
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                My ... smile sorry for the blooper hi ! ... I admit my mistake ... how bad I am ... well, forgive me ... I will correct myself ... I’ll do the math now.
            2. Per se. 26 November 2019 06: 27 New
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              Alexey, 1989 was 30 years ago. This, of course, is not the point; your idea is clear. As for up to 20 years in advance (2039), it seems that a lot will change in the world. “To drink and steal,” if they do, then otherwise, each time has its own paradigm. I doubt very much that it will be possible to rob Russia endlessly, the time for "bad boys" will end, for whom, for "white acacia, flowers of emigration," for whom, the wall and the lamp post. In general, here's a topic for you, lyrics and philosophy from my past, something that we wanted to see in the eighties ...


              I did not believe the promises and I will not believe in the future,
              Promises to believe no longer make sense.
              But to tell you the truth, I’d just like to see
              See what will happen to our world in 20 years,
              What will happen to the world in 20 years.

              Maybe all people will live in one big country,
              Above which there will be eternal sun light.
              After 20 years, no one will remember the war,
              If only something will be with us in 20 years,
              If something happens in 20 years.

              Twenty years is a long time and you will understand in 20 years,
              What is darkness and what is light.
              After 20 years, people will forget what lies are,
              If only something will happen to them in 20 years,
              If something happens in 20 years.

              I would give everything in the world and ask for one thing
              So that only with us something will be in 20 years,
              To have something in 20 years.

              1. aybolyt678 26 November 2019 07: 55 New
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                Quote: Per se.
                I doubt very much that it will be possible to rob Russia endlessly,

                doubt correctly smile resources they are not endless
                1. Ingvar 72 26 November 2019 17: 52 New
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                  Quote: aybolyt678
                  resources they are not endless

                  Yes, let them already be stolen faster, maybe there will be a reason for real development .... recourse
                  1. aybolyt678 26 November 2019 18: 06 New
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                    Quote: Ingvar 72
                    Yes, let them already be stolen faster, maybe there will be a reason for real development ....

                    the whole development of our civilization, this is 90 percent development of ways and methods using the energy accumulated by the Earth over billions of years of existence. We even fly into space on petroleum products belay . Oil will run out of gas and the Stone Age horse-drawn will begin. You need to develop right now, so that later it will be easier. And save resources too.
                    1. Ingvar 72 26 November 2019 18: 11 New
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                      Quote: aybolyt678
                      You need to develop right now, so that later it will be easier. And save resources too.

                      The goals of "our" elite are different.
            3. Igorpl 26 November 2019 08: 20 New
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              It is thirty years old.
        2. Far B 26 November 2019 06: 10 New
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          Life is so unpredictable ... twenty years ago I would not have believed that the USSR would not become ... that there would be a war with Chechnya ...
          20 years ago was the 99th year. I strongly recommend that you hand over your chimes for repair)))
          1. Same lech 26 November 2019 06: 14 New
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            Life is so unpredictable ... twenty years ago I would not have believed that the USSR would not become ... that there would be a war with Chechnya ...
            20 years ago was the 99th year. I strongly recommend that you hand over your chimes for repair)))

            Yes, I understand ... I understand ... why kick the man again ... I still need to drink a cup of coffee ... a glass of champagne.
            1. Far B 26 November 2019 06: 17 New
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              So I'm not out of spite drinks
    3. Uncle lee 26 November 2019 06: 39 New
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      Quote: The same Lech
      in 20 years.

      Something like this.....
      1. Mcar 26 November 2019 08: 05 New
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        Quote: Uncle Lee
        Quote: The same Lech
        in 20 years.

        Something like this.....

        It's funny, of course, but that's what I thought ...

        Evolution instead of revolution

        Evolution is the scale measured in centuries, and revolution in decades. The Great October Revolution took about 20 years. Evolution is about 200 years old. After 20 years, either ishah or padish ... And after 200 ...

        Russia does not have time for evolution. Are there few peoples and countries from which only a name is left?
        1. depressant 26 November 2019 09: 05 New
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          All of you, colleagues, are true. Evolution is a slow process. Yes, only if the people are deprived of the fact that it is not worth a ruble of investments - the freedom of Internet speech, then there will be not only evolution, but also a country. Perhaps the owners of steamboats and factories will benefit from this path; they will remain with the factories and steamboats. And even increase their wealth. The practice of the collapse of the USSR showed that this is so. They do not care about the integrity of Russia. For they have long been strangers.
          And we don’t give a damn. Russia in one piece is the only thing that we have left for self-esteem. We live in it. But we are not rams, and patience is not unlimited. Sandwiched by the National Guard, a seizure from behind will break through the cry of a revolution. Despite the muzzle of machine guns stuck in our backs. So, maybe this is the goal of the gang clans that seized power in the country before the beginning of the 90s and revel in it to this day. The revolution, and after it - the possible collapse of the country. Indeed, for the oligarchs, sin will not take the opportunity under the revolutionary guise to establish itself in shreds as their sole owners. I have no doubt at all, to divide and take away - their goal. Remember how many peoples and nationalities live in the country as a tool for their ideas.
          What gives me confidence in the possibility of such a development of events? Hasty privatization of state property remnants. And most importantly, the upcoming total land privatization, after which the bandits will become not only the owners of factories and ships, but also the owners of certain territories. Which of those present here is capable of becoming the owner of a republic, or at least a region, as a result of land privatization? Me not. And they can. Previously, that is now, shutting up our mouths.
          1. DEDPIHTO 26 November 2019 09: 31 New
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            So, maybe this is the goal of the gang clans that seized power in the country before the beginning of the 90s and revel in it to this day. The revolution, and after it - the possible collapse of the country. Indeed, for the oligarchs, sin will not take the opportunity under the revolutionary guise to establish itself in shreds as their sole owners.
            They interfered, however, and even with contradictions. smile .You first understand what a revolution is and what a bourgeois state is. coup or how many people liked the word-maidan. hi
          2. Ingvar 72 26 November 2019 18: 10 New
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            Quote: depressant
            freedom of Internet speech, then not only evolution will not be, but also the country.

            Lyudmila Yakovlevna, but didn’t you think that the opposite could happen? After all, the Internet is not only a source of information, but also plays the role of a lightning rod, a tool for canalizing protest moods. Let’s say here, at VO, we got together, gush with emotions, expressed our dissatisfaction, and .... went to sleep.
            There are few passionaries in society, about 10%, and they can be collected on one site, overlaid with paid trolls, in order to localize the "violent" within individual sites and forums. Cheap and cheerful.
            Maybe that’s why the idiots here repeat every day they repeat the learned mantras, regardless of any arguments? Maybe that's why some individuals have several accounts here, despite the rules of the site? request
            1. depressant 26 November 2019 22: 12 New
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              You know, Ingvar ...
              The people I live among think like me. Not communicating with anyone (I’m a hard introvert), but being among people, I feel how the tension of the crowd is growing. People share small sorrows among themselves out loud, and the further you go, the more these small sorrows, each of which is large for the one who fell. And all these sorrows add up to a picture of general sadness, if not misfortune, or something ... There is no joy, there is no reason for it. After all, our people are communal, there must be a leader leading in the direction where there are reasons for united happiness. And individual islands of personal happiness do not change the overall picture. And there is a quasi-leader whom we, out of habit of being led (by the way, which people are not led!) Persistently endow with true properties - for lack of true. He leads there, fortunately, but not for us. There is its own, very specific happiness. And we are abandoned. A huge mass of people is like a separate country. Therefore, life has turned into a difficult, meaningless and unnecessary work. In reality, only the TV screen is happy with us, creating the illusion of involvement in something significant.
              And no, I do not rank those who are in this forum as political passionaries. Though tax us with trolls and bots, at least don’t tax us, nothing will change. We are just an indicator of moods. And now the whole world is open before our young passionaries. And until they fill it excessively, Russia for them is not a place for fundamental political discussions with the development of a suitable ideology and the nomination of a leader. But they can be late. Once cornered, a single sensitive detonation is sufficient. Many cords were set on fire this summer. Arkhangelsk, Shies, Moscow, Ingushetia, doctors, shamans ... So far, extinguished.
        2. Fat
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          Quote: McAr
          The Great October Revolution took about 20 years.

          About 20 years ... From 1917 to 1937. Did I understand you correctly?
          1. Mcar 27 November 2019 03: 21 New
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            Quote: Thick
            Quote: McAr
            The Great October Revolution took about 20 years.

            About 20 years ... From 1917 to 1937. Did I understand you correctly?

            And you yourself count and tell. I will help with some questions.

            When was hunger eliminated as a phenomenon?
            When was the GOELRO plan completed?
            When was mass illiteracy eliminated?
            When did Russia turn from an agrarian country into an industrial one?
            1. Fat
              Fat 27 November 2019 18: 43 New
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              Quote: McAr
              Quote: Thick
              Quote: McAr
              The Great October Revolution took about 20 years.

              About 20 years ... From 1917 to 1937. Did I understand you correctly?

              And you yourself count and tell. I will help with some questions.

              When was hunger eliminated as a phenomenon?
              When was the GOELRO plan completed?
              When was mass illiteracy eliminated?
              When did Russia turn from an agrarian country into an industrial one?

              In 1936, the USSR Constitution was adopted which approved the end of the class struggle in connection with the destruction of the bourgeois class in the country. On already in 37 a big war loomed (the League of Nations approved the Anschluss) it required an urgent reorganization of the army, a new uniform was introduced and new types of weapons went to the Red Army. Mass arrests of Trotskyists and Right deviators went. In theory, everything is true, the war is on the verge, the class struggle has intensified, but at the same time the country has lost many military specialists. Good, bad ... But the revolution in 1937 did not end. They continued to plant activities for the Kyrgyz Republic. The revolution has a beginning, not the revolution of the end ...
              1. Mcar 28 November 2019 03: 59 New
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                Quote: Thick
                In 1936, the USSR Constitution was adopted which approved the end of the class struggle in connection with the destruction of the bourgeois class in the country. On already in 37 a big war loomed (the League of Nations approved the Anschluss) it required an urgent reorganization of the army, a new uniform was introduced and new types of weapons went to the Red Army. Mass arrests of Trotskyists and Right deviators went. In theory, everything is true, the war is on the verge, the class struggle has intensified, but at the same time the country has lost many military specialists. Good, bad ... But the revolution in 1937 did not end. They continued to plant activities for the Kyrgyz Republic. The revolution has a beginning, not the revolution of the end ...

                All this has nothing to do with the revolution.

                A revolution is a change of one socio-economic formation to another, and in the direction of progress - a change in the opposite direction is called counter-revolution.

                These "many military experts," for the most part, were ballast - they occupied a place, but did not fulfill a function. That's how the whole Kremlin nobility is now.

                Yes, the revolution has a beginning, but no end. As well as the counter-revolution. Under capitalism, the bourgeoisie is fighting the proletariat 24/7. But this struggle is invisible to the inexperienced "spectator".
    4. Oleg (Kharkov) 26 November 2019 22: 46 New
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      ... twenty years ago, I would not have believed that the USSR would not become ... that there would be a war with Chechnya ..

      in the same 1916 no one would have believed that there would be a civil war first, and then one part of Russia would attack another (Soviet-Polish war 1919-1921, Soviet-Finnish 1939-1940). For Russians 1916 it was also wild and ridiculous. Just as then the valiant leaders were to blame - Nikolashka and EBNashka.
    5. opus 27 November 2019 16: 59 New
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      Quote: The same Lech
      Life is so unpredictable ... twenty years ago I would not have believed that it would not

      uh ...
      2019-20 years (ago) = 1999
      8 years since the Soviet Union collapsed
      From August 9, 1999 to May 7, 2000, the post of Prime Minister was occupied by Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin. On December 31, 1999, Russian President Boris Yeltsin resigned, and Vladimir Putin became Acting President of the Russian Federation. Until May 7, 2000, he formally continued to be Prime Minister.

      Quote: The same Lech
      if I had a time machine I would fly to find out who will become Putin's successor and what will become of Russia in 20 years.

      Are you only interested in this? Then the renaissance will be in 2039
  2. Vladimir_2U 26 November 2019 05: 48 New
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    "The right to freedom of speech does not mean anything without the obligation of the authorities to listen," is a quote from a very intelligent person.
  3. Far B 26 November 2019 05: 55 New
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    What a disgusting word ombudsman ...
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    adding to this the following: "All officials are trying to make the state richer."


    It’s hard to disagree with this


  5. nikvic46 26 November 2019 06: 46 New
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    We don’t need revolutions, that's for sure. In a society where there is wealth and poverty, there are always valves to let off steam. Otherwise, this boiler will explode. But the fact is that freedom of speech is often a temptation to act. If oil and gas exports do not threaten a country, agricultural exports are still a risk. It all depends on the amount of export. The agricultural sector depends on the weather. In case of crop failure, we will be forced to fulfill our obligations.
  6. parusnik 26 November 2019 06: 48 New
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    [b
    ] And the fact that the country will probably not be recognized after ten years.
    [/bapter... It turns out that a bright future is just around the corner ... they will lower the retirement age ... laughing
    1. maiman61 26 November 2019 08: 46 New
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      A bright future only in the Kremlin!
      1. parusnik 26 November 2019 14: 20 New
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        In the Kremlin, light is on all nights, money is counted ...
  7. rocket757 26 November 2019 07: 34 New
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    But it is not a revolution that is needed; reasonable transformations are needed.

    They, "rich Pinocchio", can say different things ... only this will never be what our people truly need. Most of it.
  8. aybolyt678 26 November 2019 07: 46 New
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    Titov is convinced that the country needs economic reforms to create “real competition”.
    Will a small business be able to compete with a supermarket like IKEA ??
    1. maiman61 26 November 2019 08: 45 New
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      Titov lives in chocolate and he cares about our problems.
    2. Altona 26 November 2019 09: 33 New
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      Quote: aybolyt678
      Will a small business be able to compete with a supermarket like IKEA ??

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      If we recall the classic political economy, then any business entity seeks monopoly and by any means. We saw this as at first stalls were squeezed out first, then private shops for the sake of retail chains. All this was done both in terms of pricing and assortment policy and at the legislative level, by forcing the relevant laws. A small business is a phantom, if it is not supported by power, then it will not be in the form of a profitable business, it will simply be self-employment.
      1. aybolyt678 26 November 2019 14: 34 New
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        Quote: Altona
        it will be just self-employment.

        there will be a demographic decline, in the form of an increase in the mortality of the underemployed
    3. Edmond dantes 26 November 2019 13: 38 New
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      Ikea is not so scary, magnets and fives killed all the convenience stores and markets. In our city they are almost every 100 m.
      1. aybolyt678 26 November 2019 14: 39 New
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        Quote: Edmond Dantes
        In our city they are almost every 100 m.

        And if you imagine that everything that lies on the shelves would be produced in Russia !!! then work and care would be found for brothers from good-neighbor republics. But the USSR was a self-sufficient country!
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          You probably don't know how they work. I know a few people who had a small production and having contacted one of the networks they went broke.
          1. aybolyt678 27 November 2019 14: 20 New
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            You probably don’t know how they work.

            I'm generally talking about the fact that in Russia from industries - only trade and from production - only the production of court decisions
            1. Golovan Jack 27 November 2019 14: 37 New
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              Quote: aybolyt678
              in Russia from industries - only trade and from production - only production of court decisions

              Yeah. Better to drive than to be persecuted (c).

              Inspired, ring request
              1. aybolyt678 27 November 2019 14: 53 New
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                Glad to see you Roman! with a return from the bans !!! as always, you are obscure and self-sufficient!
                1. Golovan Jack 27 November 2019 14: 55 New
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                  Quote: aybolyt678
                  you are always obscure

                  Easy to explain:

                  Quote: aybolyt678
                  in Russia from industries - only trade

                  This is a drive.

                  Quote: aybolyt678
                  in Russia from production - only the production of court decisions

                  This is also a drive.

                  Everything seems to be very clear. laughing
                  1. aybolyt678 27 November 2019 15: 02 New
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                    the trading industry is widespread in the form of fives, magnets, etc. .... If somewhere in Moscow is not so, then I don’t think that there, whole blocks of people go to the machines in the morning to produce slippers with telephones.
                    I went to DHS and asked where you had Russian TVs, they showed me Stinol refrigerators. He asked and the giblets there are also Russian? no, say China.
                    This summer I bought a cottage for myself, 300 squares, unfinished, went to look for Russian building materials ..... In general, the same song is produced, as it were, from our raw materials and their equipment.
                    would you share a link where there and what is produced with us? I would be touched.
                    1. Golovan Jack 27 November 2019 15: 07 New
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                      would you share a link where there and what is produced with us?

                      Good approach, wide, from the heart laughing

                      "Links" - full internet. And S-300, for example, is definitely not produced anywhere else tongue

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                      I don’t think that there, in whole quarters, people go to the machines in the morning to produce slippers with phones

                      Do not think correctly. Does not go. And in the States - also does not go. And in Sweden - England - Germany ... because "slipper phones" have long been manufactured by China and what is nearby.

                      But you do not only have to "go," you also need to submit checkers ... this is what I do not approve of, I have negative experience, you know ... when the "checkers" are ahead of the "go" yes
                      1. aybolyt678 27 November 2019 17: 29 New
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                        And S-300, for example, is definitely not produced anywhere else

                        straight the whole country we polish together the rudders of S -300 rockets yes and every citizen is a secret officer of the design bureau.
                        And besides jokes, the S -300 is a piece of goods, but I'm talking about the main trends
  9. Stalker84 26 November 2019 07: 49 New
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    In terms of economics, those who are now in power can not do anything. Not that they have an intellectual level. Here to amaze on the Soviet heritage and patiently to our people, yes, they know how. The fact that you should not expect any breakthroughs from them can be seen from the attitude to the Internet, for example. Just compare the capitalization of Gazprom and the largest Internet companies. Well, or - "New technological way" which, already at the doorstep, with its robotics, 3D printers, biotechnologies. Our elitists perceive it as expensive useless toys, it’s easier to bring Jamshudov into investing in scientific research, and not in a year, but right now. It is of course and the people are the same good, tolerate and silent. The other day, on the page of one patriotic journalist, he shuffled with one lady, wrote that it’s 18-20k for teachers, it’s a shame, it shouldn’t be like this, she told me that de I, outraged by this money, it’s quite fashionable to live and generally need to see positive in life, how many beautiful buildings in their town have been built in recent years ... - "People who are serfs are real dogs sometimes, the heavier the punishment, the better they are gentlemen ..."
    1. Altona 26 November 2019 08: 48 New
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      Quote: Stalker84
      In terms of economics, those who are now in power can not do anything. Not that they have an intellectual level.

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      No, the stagnation of the Russian economy is supported artificially, I have no doubt about that. As for the "intellectual level", the country just has the potential, only the accounting elite does not delegate the solution of problems to other technicians, doctors, agronomists and others.
      1. Stalker84 26 November 2019 09: 51 New
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        Um, I'm not talking about the intellectual level of the population. Our people are educated and creative. And about the elite. These people are stuck in the 50s-60s. If the leader of the nation flaunts by not holding a smartphone, that says a lot.
        1. Altona 26 November 2019 10: 43 New
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          Quote: Stalker84
          If the leader of the nation flaunts the fact that he did not hold a smartphone in his hands, this says a lot.

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          The leader of the nation does not build anything himself, just the parasitic elite of accountant managers has been formed at the top, which uses specialists as slaves, but we still have specialists. This is an intentional policy. I’m not sure that Siluanov is so stupid, on the contrary, they consider us stupid and transmit us completely stupid things.
          1. Stalker84 26 November 2019 11: 16 New
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            I do not claim that they are all stupid, stupid there. But their thinking is bone, frozen. Therefore, in principle, they are not trained and can not navigate in a changing world. Whatever they start a result is always one. I. Efremov in one of the dunre novels defines such a phenomenon as “Ariman's Arrow”, no matter how well-intentioned the rotted, ossified regime is guided by the way out. Well, like the Vostochny cosmodrome and the Angara rocket, initially good ideas, but the implementation ... And otherwise, in the current regime, it can’t be in principle.
            1. Altona 26 November 2019 13: 05 New
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              Quote: Stalker84
              I do not claim that they are all stupid, stupid there. But their thinking is bone, frozen.

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              Within the framework of the paradigm of their power, they are doing everything right. Developing a country is not their goal. They need the export of raw materials, the storage of their wealth in the West and for this peace with the West on any conditions. I somehow doubt that Siluanov and Kudrin are not aware of the multiplicative effect of the development of their own production and, in general, of another economy that they are silent about. And besides accounting techniques, there are others that are much more effective.
  10. Andrey VOV 26 November 2019 07: 50 New
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    The author wrote, the devil will break his leg
  11. Vitaly Tsymbal 26 November 2019 08: 05 New
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    Have there been revolutions in Russia? Maybe there were riots - bloody, merciless and meaningless ???
  12. maiman61 26 November 2019 08: 42 New
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    To put it mildly, I am not a supporter of Putin’s power, but I am categorically against the revolution! These "scum" Western scum gathered here and they only need one thing in order for Russia to have unrest, chaos and war.
    “Do you need a revolution? - but I need a great Russia!” - Stolypin. The only thing we lack is a reformer. Twenty years of stagnation, worse than Brezhnev’s, pushes us into the Stone Age.
  13. Altona 26 November 2019 08: 45 New
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    Freedom of speech is needed not as an abstract quantity, but in order for there to be a free exchange of opinions, and not the Byzantine "there is only my right opinion and the rest are wrong," concluded in the aphorism "I am the boss, you are a poorly educated person, you are the boss, respectively roles are changing. " If you apply the principle of "keep and not let go", especially applied by stupid and boorish people, the consequences are known.
    As for human rights, the same thing. It’s somehow wild to see when the police, in violation of the police law, rush at citizens, use special equipment and cause injuries. Then lawlessness continues in the courts.
    As for the revolution, the revolution is long overdue and it is cultivated by the very top. It was in 1917, in 1991, and now. A revolution is a change in social relations, and capital has been waging a civil war in the form of weaning social wars for a long time, and it’s stupid to deny it.
    1. Vitaly Tsymbal 26 November 2019 09: 50 New
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      Eugene. We already had GLASNESS, so we "exchanged" our opinions before the GREAT country was destroyed. Just like human rights, this is utopia. Rights of workers, rights of journalists, rights of women, rights of journalists, etc. - this is more or less something real that you can fight for, and human rights are a generalized concept of watered technologists to solve problems of changing power.
      1. depressant 26 November 2019 10: 14 New
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        Colleague, let me disagree.
        Glasnost was not freedom of speech, it was an opinion that was presented as the only true one. She was persecuting the opposite opinion, which was distorted by the same publicity - despite the fact that the opposite side and mouth could not open in its defense. Especially in defense of their ideas.
        1. Vitaly Tsymbal 26 November 2019 12: 22 New
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          For depressant (lyudmila yakovlevna kuznetsova)
          Dear Lyudmila Yakovlevna. Glasnost in the USSR in 89-93 was precisely what was defined in Western culture as "freedom of speech." Many of Perestroika’s high-profile heralds used the WORD to achieve their political ambitions under Gorbachev and early Yeltsin. In our country, the WORD equally had both right and left, and both sides "poisoned" each other. But the bulk heard only "itself," and no one heard power that was weak. It was in this "noise and whine" that the end of the USSR came. Freedom of speech led to the fact that everyone understood the need for change, but did not hear (the word of reason) what these changes should be ... Freedom of speech is utopia, if only because they always hear those who scream louder (it screams, and not calmly and reasonably expresses thoughts). Freedom of speech, as history shows, is a utopia of a transitional period during the change of power elites. As soon as the new government becomes strong (in order to maintain power), freedom of speech always ends or is severely limited, which we see in the example of modern Russia, and in other countries. They begin to remember freedom of speech when they want to change power ...
          1. Altona 26 November 2019 12: 47 New
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            Quote: Vitaliy Tsymbal
            It was in this "noise and whine" that the end of the USSR came.

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            You do not quite correctly understand the process itself. Initially, the subject of power itself was eliminated from power, that is, representatives of the people themselves in the form of workers and flooded government with all kinds of “intelligentsia” —theatrical figures, singers, assistant lecturers and other such public. The press deliberately imposed a discussion on the roles of Stalin and Lenin, although they weren’t alive for 45 and 70 years and they weren’t concerned, the “freedom of speech” was aimed at just that, like the “democracy” that was supposed to disorganize the current the mechanism of Soviet power, Soviet precisely as coming from local government. The dictates of the center began to grow, feedback was ignored, the periphery began to express open dissatisfaction with the current social model. That is how the end of the USSR as a state came.
            1. Vitaly Tsymbal 26 November 2019 13: 01 New
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              Eugene do not be offended, but the Soviet government was always ideologically based on the DICTATURE OF THE PROLETARIAT, led by the Politburo of the CPSU Central Committee. Power in the USSR has never relied on local self-government (not to be confused with local government). There was a clear "dictate" from the center to places in the form of ideological attitudes, economic planning, etc. But the goal-setting in the USSR and modern Russia is different: in the USSR, building a socialist society (the social orientation of the state), in modern Russia protecting the interests of those who allow them to stay in power (individually-oriented state).
              1. Altona 26 November 2019 13: 10 New
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                Quote: Vitaliy Tsymbal
                but Soviet power was always ideologically based on the DICTATURE of the PROLETARIAT, led by the Politburo of the CPSU Central Committee. Power in the USSR has never relied on local self-government (not to be confused with local government).

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                If we recall the late USSR, then the principle of election to power was territorial-production and people knew who they elected, even though he was on the list and alone. The dictatorship of the proletariat was abolished long ago. As for the fact that the authorities did not rely on local government, I do not agree. Leaning, you confuse many things. The Soviet government did not send a police captain to every county. The dictatorship of the center came gradually when the authorities began to flirt with geopolitics as it is now and they did not have enough resources.
                1. Vitaly Tsymbal 26 November 2019 13: 34 New
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                  Eugene, how old are you. I am 60 years old, it is useless to argue with me because I lived in the USSR, graduated from the military-political school (!!!). Therefore, what was in those days I know is not very bad. The dictatorship of the proletariat consisted not so much in the proclamation of DICTATURE as in the class theory of Marxism-Leninism-Stalinism. Words changed, but the meaning always remained the same. In the USSR, the dictatorship of the proletariat (working class) was seen not only in the fact that workers in factories often received more than engineers, but also in the admission to the CPSU and the election of deputies which were APPOINTED from above ... many more examples of "dictatorship" can be cited !! !!
                  A controller was sent to each village if they could not "grow up" from local personnel after serving in the army, and after college (or police school), etc.
                  The control in the USSR was many-sided, and not only on the part of the members of the CPSU, KGB, Ministry of Internal Affairs, journalists ... but the opinions of the "people" were listened to locally, if there were shortcomings - "heads were flying."
                  1. Altona 26 November 2019 13: 39 New
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                    Quote: Vitaliy Tsymbal
                    Eugene, how old are you. I am 60 years old, it is useless to argue with me because I lived in the USSR, graduated from the military-political school (!!!). Therefore, what was in those days I know is not very bad.

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                    I am 50 years old, during the late USSR I lived and studied in Moscow (1985-1992), served in Minsk and Baku (1988-1989), talked with people of different nationalities and social backgrounds, so it’s useless to argue with me, those days I I also know quite well. Therefore, I have my own opinion. A military-political school can not trump, I graduated from a technical university.
      2. Altona 26 November 2019 10: 48 New
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        Quote: Vitaliy Tsymbal
        We already had GLASNESS, so we "exchanged" our opinions before the GREAT country was destroyed. Just like human rights, this is utopia.

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        "Glasnost" we had a peculiar. And they exchanged not opinions, but verbal slops. As for the "rights of women", "the rights of journalists" and others, we already have several ombudsmen, and this means that no one's rights are respected. And in general, I spoke quite clearly about human rights and freedom of speech. Equality and freedom of expression on issues important to the country. And freedom of speech for Malakhovsky gossip and "historical" excursions will not be canceled for you.
        1. Vitaly Tsymbal 26 November 2019 12: 46 New
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          For Altona (Eugene)
          Eugene, “law” is the activity of an individual or society within the framework of laws adopted by the state, i.e. - everything that is not prohibited by law is possible. But laws are passed by those who at a given moment rule in the state. So this power (its top) defines “right” - what to allow and what to prohibit. And believe me, the authorities never in these matters listened to the “opinion of the lower classes” when making decisions; they are primarily interested in the question of being comfortably on top of the state pyramid. This is how the world works.
          You have the right to express opinions, but is this opinion beneficial for those who make the decision? Yes, and our opinions (more than 120 million citizens of the Russian Federation) each have different problems. We have opinions when discussing at the VO rarely coincide "before the letter", and you are talking about the problems of the country. HOW MUCH PEOPLE SO MUCH OPINIONS. Therefore, the concept of "human rights in your interpretation -
          Equality and freedom of expression on issues important to the country.
          - utopia.
          1. Altona 26 November 2019 12: 55 New
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            Quote: Vitaliy Tsymbal
            You have the right to express opinions, but is this opinion beneficial for those who make the decision? Yes, and our opinions (more than 120 million citizens of the Russian Federation) each have different problems. We have opinions when discussing at the VO rarely coincide "before the letter", and you are talking about the problems of the country. HOW MUCH PEOPLE SO MUCH OPINIONS. Therefore, the concept of "human rights in your interpretation -

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            I do not urge you and everyone to broadcast their opinions and then operate on this sum of opinions. The sum of opinions is taken into account by our elected representatives, we delegate to them the right in power to implement our opinion on the structure of life. That's all. Around there is the principle of delegation of authority. Also, I do not consider my opinion to be true in matters of agronomy, medicine, and many others; there are specialists who develop expert opinions. If equality in matters of medicine, education and court is utopia for you, then excuse me. I tell you very clearly, you are opposing me with some small-town philosophy.
            PS Now we have no starting point, except for the basic documents recognized by the international community and recorded in the UN. If you don’t need basic human rights, then their authority also violates them. You insist on your wording. And if you are fighting for the “rights of blacks,” “the rights of women,” “the rights of anyone,” then good luck in the fight for “the rights of non-traditional gender minorities.”
            1. Vitaly Tsymbal 26 November 2019 14: 06 New
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              You insist on your wording.

              I do not insist, where did you get this? I suggest you think about it. To reflect on how much your opinion is true. Human rights issues can be considered in the context of various sciences, and not just legal ones ... there is a number of sciences about human society and man in which each position is argued and proved. You and I were not determined in terms of the position of which science we will conduct the discussion (not to confuse the personal opinions on the basis of which we communicate now), therefore I do not insist on my formulations - VO is not a place for scientific discussions and to uphold our formulations.
      3. Altona 26 November 2019 13: 29 New
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        Quote: Vitaliy Tsymbal
        and human rights are a generalized concept of watered technologists for solving tasks of changing power.

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        UN core document, again. https://www.un.org/en/sections/issues-depth/human-rights/

        As for political strategists, the technology of the so-called dissidentism was developed, which woke up this topic as opposed to ideology. And by the way, the KGB itself was growing dissidents, who considered any talk about shortcomings anti-Soviet. It’s familiar, isn't it? Instead of, for example, to bring a car of gravel and fill up a hole on the road, and then put asphalt, you need to call for the soul-saving conversation of the "anti-Soviet" who talk about this problem.
  14. Glory1974 26 November 2019 08: 54 New
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    According to the Ombudsman, the West still has not comprehended Russia. “Russia is a European country” (Russland ist ein europäisches Land), Titov said.

    That's because of such and there is no development. What kind of mania, tearing blood into nails to rush to Europe? Who is waiting for you in Europe? Who do you need?
    Since the time of the Roman Empire, emperors tried to include new lands. But never their eyes turned to Russia, never nobody tried to establish a peaceful dialogue with Russia. This is probably at the genetic level.
    On the one hand, we are talking about good-neighborliness, a mutually beneficial exchange, and right there we climb through barbed wire to Europe. Why? Be self-sufficient, interact with the whole world. Thenf and Europeans will catch up.
    In general, the rich want to live in Nice, on the Cote d'Azur, but not in Kazakhstan and China, therefore, such a policy.
    1. Altona 26 November 2019 10: 51 New
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      Quote: glory1974
      What kind of mania, tearing blood into nails to rush to Europe? Who is waiting for you in Europe? Who do you need?

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      Russia, and so the country of European Christian culture, we have practically no differences with Europeans. The meme “one must strive for Europe” is absolutely contrived and speculative. You just have to treat others as with yourself.
  15. iury.vorgul 26 November 2019 09: 13 New
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    And in this country, according to the Levada Center poll, residents are increasingly advocating freedom of speech.
    According to the survey, one hundred percent of respondents support and approve the activities of the State Duma of the Russian Federation. The survey was conducted in a building located at: Moscow, ul. Okhotny Ryad d. 1 !!!
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    As a civil servant, I must tell you: everything is fine!

    And another civil servant spoke more specifically:
    "Everything is fine with us, of course, but you cannot live on like that."
    2. A very strange diagram. By comparison. Since 2017, all the absolute values ​​of 2019 have grown. There is only one explanation for this - more people were interviewed than in 2017. If the number of respondents would remain the same, then if it increased somewhere, then in another place it decreased. And we see an absolute growth in absolutely all respects. From which we can conclude: the presented diagram is crap.
    1. Altona 26 November 2019 09: 35 New
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      Very weird chart.

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      It all depends on the wording of the question. You can build a survey in such a way that there will be universal "approvals."
  17. NordUral 26 November 2019 09: 45 New
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    Seven years Titov Ombudsman. And how has Russia changed during this time?

    “As a civil servant, I must tell you: everything is fine! We have a stable economy, solid reserves, inflation under control. ”


    Titov considers the foregoing as state truth, adding to this the following: "All officials are trying to make the state richer."


    Sick, Titov?
  18. New Year day 26 November 2019 09: 50 New
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    The right to life, freedom, and personal integrity came first (72% in 2017 and 78% in 2019). Major shifts in two years were manifested in the rights to a fair trial (respectively 50% and 64%), freedom of speech (34% and 58%)

    it is not surprising that there is a violation of rights and freedoms by the security forces.
    In Russia, the institutions of the penal system contained 558,7 thousand as of March 1, 2019, according to the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia.
    In 1934, 510 people sat.
    “In 1935, the number of acquittals handed down by the people's courts of the RSFSR amounted to 10,2% of the total number of persons held criminally liable,
    in 1936 - 10,9%,
    in 1937 - 10,3%,
    in 1938 - 13,4%,
    in 1939 - 11,1%,
    in 1941 - 11,6,
    in 1942 - 9,4%.
    The so-called “Special Meetings” (“troika”) were de jure withdrawn from the judiciary, and in 1937 they made 0,03% of the excuses (I believe that it was mainly sexots).
    In 2014, they were 0,54%, in 2015 - 0,43%, and in 2016 - 0,36%

    That's all justice and legality in our country
  19. sniperino 26 November 2019 10: 07 New
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    The question about the importance of freedom of speech is posed so that the results have a higher rating of this value and complete freedom of interpretation of the answers. I will explain. This choice combines 2 opposite in meaning answers: 1) They began to drive too many lies, for this it is necessary to bring to justice; and 2) Stranglers do not allow freedom of speech. Both positions recognize the importance of freedom of speech, but mean different things. The interpretation of the importance of this value is unambiguous: "freedom is strangled."
    I would recognize this value as one of the most important, but in the first sense, the need to increase responsibility for lies and slander, since today it is the main weapon in a geopolitical hybrid war (it is not for nothing that the Americans "presented" the world with the Internet); economic containment is only in second place.
  20. Pacifist 26 November 2019 10: 12 New
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    Many confuse freedom of speech and freedom of verbiage. For his words expressed in public, a person should be responsible in the same way as for actions.
  21. Boris55 26 November 2019 10: 19 New
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    Freedom of speech - yes please, say what you want (within the framework of the law). The question is not what we are forbidden to say, but who is allowed to be at the "microphone".
  22. Alsur 26 November 2019 10: 35 New
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    Quote: WIKI
    Quote: ROSS 42
    And the whole essence of today's life of the “power of those who have exploded” is to have time to snatch before they are pulled away from their homes.
    According to Titov, until 2008, reforms were possible due to rising oil prices.
    But the people who led the country out of the crisis of the nineties, "did not understand that they had achieved success."
    Titov generally understands what he is saying. The officials did not succeed because of their abilities and the right course chosen by the leader, but only because of the high oil prices. Called, told the truth without thinking. About hatched places. The other day I was surprised by the news that Zyuganov was awarded the Order of Merit for the Fatherland. Only one thing comes to mind. His merit is that it is a screen and a lightning rod for the current government. Yes! He sat well in the place.

    It is not clear where the conclusion comes from, that he said without thinking, if he directly says that the officials achieved success only because of the high oil prices that made it possible to invest in the wages of the population. Or is it your task to mention the leader?
  23. Rwmos 26 November 2019 10: 40 New
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    If in the West power comes from above, then

    ... either you didn’t understand the author in that article, or ... The power from above is a dictatorship, did you study at least somewhere, even at school! wassat
  24. sniperino 26 November 2019 11: 10 New
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    Look carefully at any article about politics and see how the same characters pump you up in the morning with negativity. I took for example the very beginning.
    in Ukraine they will kill Russians ... NATO will be at our borders.
    They will drink and steal for sure - classic
    Well, that spoiled the whole mood in the morning
    When the raw materials economy of Russia was shown how it is possible to slide down from the top of the pyramid overnight, so the whole reform ended.
    the whole essence of today's life of the “power of the broken” is to snatch before they turn
    Already there is no hope left.
    For us, a bright future is the light at the end of the tunnel, but, as Zhvanetsky used to say, "the pancake tunnel does not end!"
    But it's scary! Deathly silence is scary!
    This is not all negative even in the selected interval of comments, which is the tip of the iceberg, further - more. And so in any article about politics, although they climb with it into articles about technology. If you just read it “in order to know,” you can easily pick up depression and the deterioration of physical well-being caused by it. In order not to catch this infection (called "psychosomatics"), heed the advice of prof. Preobrazhensky: "Do not read Soviet newspapers before dinner!". If you already read, “to maintain health so that”, you need to somehow react to this chernukha. For example: to reveal some kind of contradiction or a lie, to demand concretization of "everything is lost" or a link to the source, if the statement is in doubt, etc. Keep yourself healthy and help others not put yellow pots on their heads.
    1. Altona 26 November 2019 13: 18 New
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      Look carefully at any article about politics and see how the same characters pump you up in the morning with negativity.

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      I agree, I don’t even turn on the TV, sometimes I just watch an old movie or some kind of sport. Even the switched off telly broadcasts all nonsense, because there is a discussion of news on the Internet.
      1. sniperino 26 November 2019 13: 43 New
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        I agree, I don’t even turn on the TV, sometimes only
        The starter broke for a long time, but I did not go for a new Conder, I disposed of the telly. I especially ask friends with children not to turn it on for the whole day, to no avail. Now the computer is missing
  25. Alexander Ra 26 November 2019 12: 25 New
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    “Freedom of speech”, “human rights”, “inflation”, “-ism” ... - do not chew this chaff. How many understandings of "freedom", "rights"?
    Need information and information flow. How many and where rubles, tons, meters, human health and nature, etc., etc. .. But as soon as the population threw pieces of paper in the ballot boxes in the elections, everything - the bureaucracy closed the cabinet doors, and again we are extras and nothing more. All any important decisions are made in bureaucratic, commercial and thieves secret. Officials are paid for the state. secrecy - essentially for concealing information from voters (this is not about military secrets). One absurdity is to throw a piece of paper at the ballot box during the voting - and until the next election the liability is participation in social construction! Another absurdity - we are limited in operational and strategic information, that is, we are incompetent, are participating in this supposedly social construction with an extremely absurdly small action of throwing a piece of paper, which is essentially nothing more than a mass renunciation of our will. The multi-story building of the absurd, which we often discuss.
    It is strange to contrast evolution and revolution; this is not a heartless dualism. Evolution is also characteristic of bifurcation periods, we are approaching a very serious point. The deep biological level of our population must work for its recovery. And it doesn’t matter to that level what words we exchange. Everything is suitable for healing - revolutions, reforms, sabotage, wars (do not be alarmed, our fathers and grandfathers did this for the good), transformations ...
    1. sniperino 26 November 2019 12: 50 New
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      Quote: Alexander Ra
      How many understandings of "freedom", "rights"? Need information and information flow. How many and where are the rubles, tons, meters, human health and nature, etc.
      Understanding of "information" is no less than "freedom". I well remember how in the USSR every day they were mesmerized by numbers about tons of meat and steel. Did it save the USSR? If you do not delve into the essence of information about freedom or tons of cast iron, then they will go around in the ears for at least something: some will bite meat and some will freedom.
      Quote: Alexander Ra
      Everything is suitable for recovery - revolutions, reforms, sabotage, wars
      Dr. Evil?
      1. Alexander Ra 26 November 2019 13: 10 New
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        The information is concrete (not about misinformation), "freedom of speech" - it was bugbearing from behind a hill, as well as "human rights" with humanism.
        The unit of information is a bit. How to measure, specify freedom? "Information about freedom" is so wide that there is nowhere wider. Was a ton of meat supposed to save the USSR?
        1. Altona 26 November 2019 13: 22 New
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          Quote: Alexander Ra
          The information is concrete (not about misinformation), "freedom of speech" - it was bugbearing from behind a hill, as well as "human rights" with humanism.

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          https://www.un.org/ru/sections/issues-depth/human-rights/
          There are basic UN documents, everything is written there, how and why. Why engage in demagogy and broadcast toxic theses of all kinds of propagandists, who are not always literate too?
          1. Alexander Ra 26 November 2019 14: 59 New
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            UN - how much of this word! In the declaration of the World Health Organization, officially acting as part of the UN: "To come to the creation of a unified world government, it is necessary to free people from their individuality, from family attachment, national patriotism and the religion they profess." How do you like this? I don’t intend to broadcast it, and I think it’s toxic to live with other people's brains.
        2. sniperino 26 November 2019 13: 55 New
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          Unit of Information - Bit
          Well? We can say that the word "freedom" contains more bits of information than the word meat, no more.
      2. Alexander Ra 26 November 2019 15: 13 New
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        Quote: sniperino
        Dr. Evil?

        A surgeon cutting a tumor, a doctor who prescribed pills for worms, an immunologist, an airborne specialist, a FSB specialist, ..
        1. Golovan Jack 26 November 2019 15: 25 New
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          Quote: Alexander Ra
          Quote: sniperino
          Dr. Evil?

          A surgeon cutting a tumor, a doctor who prescribed pills for worms, an immunologist, an airborne specialist, a FSB specialist, ..

          Basically - yap ordinary Internet. For the most part.

          IMHO, yes yes
        2. sniperino 26 November 2019 22: 15 New
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          Quote: sniperino
          Dr. Evil?
          A surgeon cutting a tumor, a doctor who prescribed pills for worms, an immunologist, an airborne specialist, a FSB specialist, ..
          Do not worry so much, doctors-air defense-FSB-shniki - our profile! Have you felt God for a long time?
          1. Alexander Ra 27 November 2019 22: 37 New
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            Do not rush to sculpt and engage in evaluations, leaving the topic on the individual. Did someone ask for this? Better measure freedom and meat with bits.
            1. sniperino 27 November 2019 22: 41 New
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              Do not rush to sculpt shortcuts
              I thought it was you who stuck the nickname of the Egyptian god. If this is a surname, then wildly sorry, the demon beguiled. And if not ... I’d better measure the flash drive with bits.
            2. Golovan Jack 27 November 2019 22: 44 New
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              Quote: Alexander Ra
              measure freedom and meat with bits

              Mdya Clinic request

              PS: bits - baseball, I hope?
  26. iouris 26 November 2019 12: 28 New
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    What, remind the "experts" about the "Maslow Pyramid"?
  27. Radikal 26 November 2019 13: 03 New
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    It’s much harder to understand Mr. Titov’s enthusiasm ...
    By no means, it is just possible to understand him, for he is doing well - business, position, kindly by the authorities .... What else does a person need to meet old age .... wassat
  28. Basarev 30 November 2019 14: 31 New
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    That's when the owners of small business "finally come and grow up the middle class, which is independent of the state."

    That will not be for sure. Most of all, the authorities are afraid of uncontrollable people who are not obligated to anything. After all, such people can and vice versa - remember about the obligations of the authorities to the people. And to hold accountable for violations of these obligations.
  29. arhPavel 1 December 2019 18: 05 New
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    This mysterious concept of “Freedom of Speech” is now called any lie. This is just depressing.

    The freedom to receive reliable information is not at all equal to this definition.

    I would be, only for if punished for nonsense. Because, juggling and tearing out of context just rolls over.
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    Over the past decades, the basic concepts of Pts have been perverted significantly !!! confuse family institutions with sexual looseness, etc. ... this is especially clearly a substitution of the concept of RESPONSIBILITY !!!!

    The concept of RESPONSIBILITY was removed and RIGHTS were put in this place - it seems like there is one sense, but the essence is different !!!

    for example, they talk about the RIGHTS of the child, but who, how, at whose expense, these rights will be realized, enforced and controlled, although there are just the RESPONSIBILITIES of the parents - the difference is colossal !!!
    if we talk about “RIGHTS”, then as if the parent can safely go to give the child to the orphanage, it is not his responsibility, because the child is protected by his RIGHTS, but his rights as they are realized are not necessarily the parents!