I do not want the empire of Tereshkova and Okhlobystin


First of all, I would ask people with a shaky nervous system and those who believe that the words “Putin” and “God” are synonyms, not to read this creation at all. Take care of your nerves. This is an opinion based on what the author invented, and nothing more.


Putin ... Until we touch him, the negativity that the Internet is now exuding is enough. In general, it is very pleasant to understand (it’s a pity that it is not yet fruitful) that there are still plenty of people in Russia who do not like the raised hysteria.

I don’t like it. Moreover, I dislike those who believe that they have the right to humiliate the entire population of Russia. Yes, it's me about the adherents of the sect "We have no other way." Which consider, and seriously, that of the 149 inhabitants of Russia there is not one capable of replacing Putin.

These people, apparently, cannot understand in any way that in no country in the world there is a university that prepares presidents. Not in one. People come to presidents in slightly different ways. There are such that for two terms they give all the best and after that they calmly leave, live, work (teaching, for example, or advising).

And there are those that can not be knocked out of the chair.

For example, the world record holder, the president of Guinea, Theodoro Obiang.

I do not want the empire of Tereshkova and Okhlobystin

He began to rule the republic in 1979 and has been doing this for more than 40 years. Theodoro himself is already 77 years old, and Guinea in the world development ranking (HDI) takes 175th place.

In second place is the President of Cameroon, Paul Biya.


He has been at the helm for 38 years, namely since 1982. And before his presidency, Paul Biya was the prime minister of the same country. So he is a kind of record holder. In total, he has been in power for more than 44 years. And under his strict guidance, Cameroon takes the 151th place in the HDI rating.

The third is again African. Denis Sassu Nguesso, President of the Republic of Congo.


He began to work as president in 1979, but for a good reason (electoral defeat) from 1992 to 1997 there was a break in his rule. But in 1997 he won again and still rules. Ssasu Nguesso is now 76 years old, with a total term of 35 years. And the Republic of Congo confidently takes 137th place in the world in HDI.

The fourth is almost like the third. President of Uganda, Yoweri Museveni.


He has been ruling non-stop since 1986, the total experience of 34 years. The leader himself is now 72 years old. The Republic of Uganda is ranked 162nd in the world in HDI.

From Africa we are moving to Asia. In fifth place is the former first person of Kazakhstan - Nursultan Nazarbayev.


He began to rule back in 1990, and his resignation, frankly, is very conditional. Who is cooler, Elbasy or the president of Kazakhstan, I think, is not worth explaining. Total experience of 30 years, HDI - 50th place in the world.

Europe is represented ... That's right, guessed it! Alexander Lukashenko, President of the Republic of Belarus.


He began to work in 1994 and ... and at the helm for 26 years. According to the HDI, Belarus shares 50th place with Kazakhstan.

And only then, in seventh place, with only 20 years of experience, of which only 15 are the president, is Vladimir Putin.


By the way, the second prime term can easily be counted as the presidential one, since then President Medvedev ... However, you yourself are well aware. HDI - 49th place, over Kazakhstan and Belarus.

An interesting selection, right? Africa and the CIS. Nothing, just facts. Who does not believe - check.

In Russia, there are forces that really want everything to go the way it has been for the past twenty years.

But, as many say, Putin himself does not mind to reign supreme. That way, in general secretary, to exit the workplace. There is no other way to explain all these reflections on the topic of "continuity of power, when everything will grow fat". We grow, of course. Bones would leave.

But in order to take and zafigachit empire (oh, now the monarchists will start to shake, but they will have a cake later), we must rewrite the constitution, which in its current form does not give the right to a life-long reign.

Therefore, it is necessary to bring the constitution into a divine form "in accordance with the requirements of the time." What takes time is not entirely clear, but if God's will (also a little lower), then, as is, they will.

However, this process, as it turned out, is not simple. More than 400 corrections - this, you know, is boiling. This is not even work on the main document, it is Work. By writing an almost new Basic Law.

I also have two exemplary points that are not entirely clear. The first is a deadwood. Why is the constitution not spelling out my right to live in the country of harvested dead wood? You will say that everything about deadwood is all written in Art. 32 of the Forest Code of the Russian Federation? Well, yes, but we must clearly define the deadwood and dead wood so that there is no confusion. Otherwise, this is not life, but a mess.

Just as it is necessary in the constitution to register signs only in the main language. And then you walk along the street, and there is the "Barber Shop". Well what is it? Here it is written "Barber Shop" - and everything is clear. More precisely, nothing, but in accordance.

And beavers. Beavers are a direct threat to everything. Including democracy. A beaver can cut down a forest wherever he wants and when. But I, a citizen of Russia, can’t. I can’t build a dam on a stream near the cottage and generate electric current for myself. A beaver dam can build wherever he wants.

It is necessary in the constitution to prescribe the dominant right of the beaver over man in the use of natural resources. And at the same time, Gazprom and Rosneft. So that they are not mistaken for beavers.

I would still boldly add to the constitution the thesis that there is no time for buildup. No one. In no process of our life. No time, no buildup, only clean water work. For the good of society, for the good of Russia.

And from here there is an occasion for the Russian Guard, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the FSB and other structures with respect to those villains of the liberal opposition who want to rock the situation in the country.

By the way, liberals also need to be registered. And then it is completely incomprehensible, all around are covered up by some kind of liberals, and Zhirinovsky is a liberal. Putin is a liberal. Medvedev is a liberal. Kudrin is a liberal. Nemtsov and Yeltsin are liberals. And it is completely incomprehensible which of them is where.

But it’s completely clear where, for example, our eternal deputy Valentina Tereshkova.


She, as it should be for the eternal (from 1966 to the present day) deputy, who has been advocating the aspirations of "ordinary people", has voted for pension pillaged robbery, "Plato", VAT, and now came up with the initiative for Putin’s eternal rule.

I wonder what kind of “ordinary people” we have? And why didn’t they ask Tereshkova about not raising the VAT, not introducing the so-called “pension reform”, but they asked for zeroing?

Well here I have an answer. I participated in a series of surveys on this subject, and here are the results of one of the last. Do you want - believe it, do not want it - do not believe it, someone can say that he himself can draw such a thing - not a question.


It is clear who will vote for the adoption of these strange amendments. In addition to completely fooled by the TV, these are those who live very well this way. And has from this life. Like the daughter of Tereshkova, for example.

Yes, many drew attention to the fact that all her conscious life the first woman-cosmonaut in the world supported the current government. And regardless of what flag this power was under. Just supported, that's all.

Here, the screen of the text from the Izvestia newspaper dated October 6, 1977, in which Tereshkova thanks the CPSU and the Soviet government for caring for the workers, which "found a vivid expression in the draft new Constitution," is already circulating on the Internet. So this is not the first constitution, to which the deputy Tereshkova adhered. Experience…

Naturally, they went on a wave of criticism and materials in defense of Tereshkova. Naturally, United Russia party members were the first to go into battle. From Kostroma, Yaroslavl, Moscow. All clear. I will not say anything about these people, but as an example I will give a fellow countryman. Since there is something about him.

A member of the Voronezh Regional Duma, naturally, a member of the United Russia faction, Artem Zubkov, on Facebook complained that Valentina Tereshkova’s bullying “takes a lot of resources.”


I will not distract readers from thoughtful reflections, I can only say that the youngest deputy of the Voronezh region (36 years old) did not differ in special well-being before he was happy in the Duma. In the above article of one local newspaper, everything is there, including copies of declarations. But at the same time with the election of Zubkov, as they say, "the card has gone."

In general, that's it: "The youngest deputy of the regional Duma, Artem Zubkov, grew rich by 3,5 million and two apartments in a year".

It is clear, of course, that the deputy chair has nothing to do with it, just the businessman began to get lucky in business.

Here, without going into the pockets of others, we sit and draw conclusions who these “ordinary people” are, who first asked Tereshkova to raise their retirement age, introduce “Plato”, increase VAT, and now ensure themselves and further sitting in profitable places.

In general - nothing surprising. Everything is as always, because there is no alternative. Even in Ukraine, where the people are five times smaller, the alternative is worthless, but it was found. And we do not.

Verily, you will begin to agree with your neighbors in the sense that their land is not yet impoverished. And here, it turns out, really one demographic hole fell into another. Well, according to Peskov. And it turned out that there is Putin, and that’s it. And further the steppe is empty all the way to China.

But I will throw one more force for thought. And if someone doubts that this is power ... However, read.

From Mr. Okhlobystin.


“What do I think of the amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation and the upcoming vote on April 22?” I spoke about this in Luzhniki in the 11th year.
Sooner or later, the road will lead us to the Empire.
Well, to the question ... .. In simple words - as a voter, I am pleased with the President. Not everything went smoothly, but as the song says: "where the verses are, there is prose." And what to say about the amendments: Russia is starting to gain an ideology! Which in itself is wonderful!
About “zeroing the deadlines” I think this way: the President is primarily a Russian officer, and Russian officers do not spare anyone for the sake of the Fatherland, primarily themselves. So, as an officer, he himself will definitely decide when to leave. No need to help him with this. Do not distract from a beautiful gesture of farewell - an updated Constitution containing all the necessary tools for the future construction of the Empire!
How it will look, I do not know. Nobody knows for sure yet. But everyone understands the essence the same way! Amendments to the Constitution are echoes of this essence. State-forming Russian people - finally mentioned in the legislative context of Russian! The family is exclusively mom-dad, not uncle-uncle. Indexing - well, understandably - old people should be well-fed. Culture is sacred and is called to educate the people, and not to corrupt him. Etc.
But the most important thing is God! Believing in God is no longer a constitutional right, but a constitutional obligation.
It changes a lot. The contribution of His Holiness Patriarch Kirill in this matter is invaluable. But someone once even reproached him for it!
I will not be surprised if, after 200 years, our wise descendants decide both the President and the Patriarch to ascribe saints. In Russian stories it's all over the place.
In short: I personally will go to vote more than for amendments to the Constitution, I will go to vote for the future Russian Empire. ”

(Published without editing.)

So, it’s clear that Mr. Okhlobystin is still a phenomenon in Russian life, but ... But do not forget his past, do not. And the passage about the obligatory faith in God ...

Sorry, but this is the way it is with us. First, talk about the need to introduce some kind of abstract god into the constitution in the context, then suddenly faith in it becomes mandatory, and there it’s not far from church tithes.

Is funny I don’t. Too weighty uncles spoke on this subject. And that there is nothing for the girls to do at school, they must sit at home and prepare for motherhood. Break out, you say? No, it is quite sensible for the church head of the Russian Orthodox Church Patriarchal Commission on Family, the Protection of Motherhood and Childhood Archpriest Dmitry Smirnov to succeed.

Gref does not need smart people in Russia, enough to be able to count, Smirnov also does not need educated people.

I do not want to empire. I do not want to join this empire, which is being prepared by Putin, Gref, Miller, Sechin, Gundyaev. It is clear that Smirnov, Tereshkova, Okhlobystin are nothing more than pawns. As well as a pack of "peppy", rushed to all the media to assure that they are ready to plow up to 120 years.

It's disgusting. It is disgusting to understand who and what future is preparing for you. Especially watching the growth. Not welfare, not salaries and incomes, but prices for everything from utilities to food. And gasoline, right away ... The dollar jumped up ...

And nothing can be done about this by King Putin. Because for 20 years the president could not do anything. We, “panimyash”, have a market ... And the state power can (and wants) only to tear taxes and fines for itself. And no one, thank God, wonders how much was stolen in all these national projects, about which the people had never heard of.

No wonder the data on the ownership of real estate of the deputy Tereshkova Rosreestr urgently classified. Oh, no wonder ...

It is disgusting to understand that in Russia there are so many really fooled by television who will go to vote on April 22 not for their interests or profits, but because their heads are simply not able to understand what is behind the supposedly "popular" points.

Who do not understand that in one package amendments to such a document are not accepted. Do not vote for the eternal Putin-vote for gays.

However, this “vote or lose” is now the standard. That's just the loss provided for some reason in any case.

I do not want to empire. It definitely won’t get any better. It’s just that the electorate will imperceptibly turn into slaves. Responsibilities will be the same, but less rights. And tithing also confuses Mr. Gundyaev. So is compulsory faith. And since it was Mr. Gundyaev who pushed the idea, then (for Muslims to note) and in what god to believe, there are no questions either.

As a postscript.

I visited the suburban village, where I used to work. For a long time, still Medvedev was the president. My former boss and another man (a local network engineer) are the permanent chairmen of the election commissions in two of the three polling stations.

They called exactly on Friday to the city and issued an order: to ensure the turnout of at least 60%. That's how you want, but provide. This is in the village, where for the money more than 30% did not go spawn. Well, such people.

And here 60% ... Like, let them vote for anyone, just to come.

As everyone understood, yes, the main thing is to come. But how anyone voted does not interest anyone at all. The main thing is how they will later calculate. Not in areas, of course. In the regional election commissions.

I feel we will be in the empire.
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  1. Vladimir61 16 March 2020 15: 02 New
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    In the news announcement I read the title of the article and ... 100% guessed the author.
    1. Svarog 16 March 2020 15: 11 New
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      Quote: Vladimir61
      In the news announcement I read the title of the article and ... 100% guessed the author.

      Roman has a cool style, you can’t mix it up good
      1. Aristarkh Lyudvigovich 16 March 2020 15: 17 New
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        The article, admittedly, Roman succeeded. People already knew something 57 years ago.
        1. DMB 75 16 March 2020 15: 41 New
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          I also don’t want Tereshkova and Okhlobystin to the empire. I want to go to a normal country. I want to go to the USSR.
          1. 16329 16 March 2020 15: 54 New
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            The “normal country” died, it was liquidated by its own citizens voluntarily Without the slightest coercion
            1. Honest Citizen 16 March 2020 16: 15 New
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              The country was liquidated by traitors. Gorby and the Trinity from Belovezhskaya Pushcha. At a referendum on the preservation of the USSR, 78% of citizens supported the preservation. Do not lie.
              1. Pissarro 16 March 2020 16: 33 New
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                That you do not lie. There was not a single one protesting against the decision of these three traitors from the forest. All languages ​​stuck in one place and surrendered homeland
                1. azkolt 16 March 2020 19: 31 New
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                  They did not surrender their homeland, but the former system then. In any case, my homeland is not a 70-year period of its history, but a thousand-year-old Russia. Nobody handed over her, although her borders have decreased. In this we owe it to our ancestors!
                  1. Pissarro 16 March 2020 20: 02 New
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                    I thought that the system left to be torn to pieces in Russian in Chechnya or in Tajikistan was parallel, his homeland was surrendered and he was also surrendered personally.
                    1. Shurik70 17 March 2020 00: 08 New
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                      Um ... And she even missed Gorbachev ...
                      1. Yuri Mikhailovsky 17 March 2020 13: 30 New
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                        You messed up! That they approached her, and not vice versa ... It is necessary to measure ...
                      2. Shurik70 17 March 2020 18: 41 New
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                        Quote: Yuri Mikhailovsky
                        You messed up! That they approached her, and not vice versa ... It is necessary to measure ...

                        10 points !!! good
                      3. Freeman 17 March 2020 23: 04 New
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                        Quote: Yuri Mikhailovsky
                        You messed up! That they approached her, and not vice versa ... It is necessary to measure ...


                        Well, yes, yes ... How ... Remember ...

                        Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev - Petty petty politician of the era of Alla Borisovna Pugacheva.

                        / "Who is who". folk version /

                        wassat
                    2. DED_peer_DED 17 March 2020 22: 14 New
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                      The biomaterial for checking the conception in orbit continues to “broadcast” from the biomass.
                      Such to itself, "bio-crap."
              2. Malyuta 16 March 2020 22: 56 New
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                Quote: Pissarro
                There was not a single one protesting against the decision of these three traitors from the forest. All languages ​​stuck in one place and surrendered homeland

                There was a huge rally in Moscow, about 500 thousand participants, Manezh and the surrounding streets were full of people, and if the then leaders, Ampilov, Tyulkin and others declared the action indefinitely, there wouldn’t be any ebony, but the people didn’t have the experience they let them go home, then it was difficult to assemble .. But here’s how the “defenders” defended the ebnv white house in August 1991. The “defenders” received huge quantities of alcohol around the clock, the military units located around were also “treated”, all these three days were a solid tree urgievoy night. The bourgeoisie, which was born in perestroika, was sponsored by the young bourgeoisie, one of them was the millionaire Borova. Of particular note are the two traitors to the Motherland, the Pasha Mercedes and the Swan, who did not comply with the order and went along with the entrusted units to the side of the ebna, so that they have no bottom or tire. But that's another story.
              3. Shuttle 17 March 2020 07: 14 New
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                Quote: Pissarro
                That you do not lie. There was not a single one protesting against the decision of these three traitors from the forest. All languages ​​stuck in one place and surrendered homeland

                Actually, there were.
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                ZIS 17 March 2020 17: 52 New
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                Do not breach. They promised us the CIS (they promised the same USSR, but in a new test, without KyPysySy). And when the people realized that they had thrown him and rebelled in the 93rd, they shot him.
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            3. 17085 16 March 2020 19: 22 New
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              Quote: Honest Citizen
              The country was liquidated by traitors. Gorby and the Trinity from Belovezhskaya Pushcha. At a referendum on the preservation of the USSR, 78% of citizens supported the preservation. Do not lie.

              How convenient ... then Gorby, today Pu. Who will be to blame tomorrow?
              1. Akuzenka 17 March 2020 09: 44 New
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                Buffoons.
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            5. bar
              bar 17 March 2020 10: 25 New
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              The country was liquidated by traitors.

              Be honest with yourself. How did you personally at the end of the 80s feel about Gorbachev's "perestroika and glasnost" if you found them? Or ask your parents about this, how they felt about it, if you were not there then.
            6. sniperino 17 March 2020 12: 47 New
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              Quote: Honest Citizen
              The country was liquidated by traitors. Gorby and the Trinity from Belovezhskaya Pushcha. At a referendum on the preservation of the USSR, 78% of citizens supported the preservation. Do not lie.
              You’re “honest,” and don’t lie. 78% did not support the preservation of the USSR in which they lived and in which you so want, but as was said in the question
              Do you consider it necessary to preserve the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics as a renewed federation of equal sovereign republics in which human rights and freedoms of any nationality will be fully guaranteed?
              78% did not support the preservation of the USSR, but for its renewal, which would guarantee them rights and freedoms that had not existed before. Therefore, it was destroyed without a civil war. And 3 or 333 traitors is not so important. RI was stronger.
            7. A.Lex 17 March 2020 18: 13 New
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              They favored preservation, but when they killed the USSR, they said nothing ...
              1. sniperino 18 March 2020 10: 37 New
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                Quote: A.Lex
                when the USSR was killed, they were silent
                They said what was said, and when they killed, they did not immediately understand that the CIS was not a renewal, not the changes that our hearts demanded, but a murder. Those who did not read “Twinkle” and “Komsomolskaya Pravda” and watched TV as a weapon of mass destruction of the mind in the hands of the enemy did not shout “Boris, fight!” and sympathized with them only as they sympathize with the insane.
              2. Campanella 20 March 2020 09: 21 New
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                So the smokescreen which was not dedicated to us.
                Now they’re trying to push the oligarchic amendments to the constitution on Lenin’s birthday! And after all, someone will believe in a “social” package and vote.
            8. Alexey Tyushin 18 March 2020 00: 32 New
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              Only four letters were left in the 91m from the former USSR, and the vote didn’t solve anything. The country was already, call it what you like, but not the USSR. This was finally shown by August 91st.
          2. Berber 16 March 2020 16: 32 New
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            And there is a desire to finish the rest, with the hands of all kinds of "bulk".
            1. Campanella 20 March 2020 09: 27 New
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              Here Navalny is not to blame, but the authorities giving reasons. The people perfectly see what the president has led the country to, and therefore the initial ones are popular.
              Why does the president softly say “I don’t like” about his people's salaries, but breaks down pensioners on the knee and asks for understanding?
              He creates this revolutionary situation, provoking the people.
              1. Berber 20 March 2020 09: 38 New
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                I agree, the power is not perfect. But the question is that it will never be ideal. The problem has old roots. Its beginning from the moment when they chose the capitalist path (I wanted to write development, but I’m not sure anymore). Salaries are formed by the capitalists in the majority who have no conscience. Yes, this is the whole topic ...
                1. Campanella 20 March 2020 11: 13 New
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                  An ideal is what is the goal of all living things, it is like striving for infinity, in my opinion.
                  It is clear that there is no and will not be an ideal government, but the progressive development of civilization always dictates the choice and if the choice is made incorrectly, then it can become the end of this civilization. On the other hand, if you look, then there is no end as such, but there is a transition from one form to another, but this applies to general things. For a person, the end is quite concrete and tangible.
                  Nobody chose capitalism, just at that time it was the best form of organization of society. An analogy has come with Putin’s rule, when his inevitable change is obvious, but the government is trying to stay in every way possible. So capitalism crushes everything that is capable of becoming its competitor. But evolution cannot be stopped.
                  1. Berber 20 March 2020 12: 16 New
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                    I admit that the zero deadline story looks ugly for Putin. But let's look at it from the other side.
                    The fact that the "West" is now in a fever is a fact. And the "West" has a great desire to shift its problems to other countries, well, in particular to the Russian Federation too. What are we resisting. Accordingly, the sanctions that were imposed on us are not the result of our "aggressive" actions, but a consequence of the "West" policy towards us. And do not say that sanctions do not apply. They act and act destructively, well, that in two directions. (there is a crisis in Germany - banks do not know where to put cash from investors, but they could invest in us, for example).
                    Putin said the collapse of the USSR was a geopolitical catastrophe. Accordingly, the creation of the new USSR, but on other principles, is its goal. (For the West it is a nightmare) All this fuss with Belarus from this opera. I don’t know what will happen in the near future, but I think this is inevitable.
                    In this regard, I believe that it is not advisable to remove Putin at this stage. The logical end of his policy is necessary. It's my opinion.
                    1. Campanella 20 March 2020 13: 12 New
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                      I agree with you. But the fact of the matter is that Putin does absolutely nothing to transfer power democratically.
                      Leaving it and further we will postpone this end without end, which will easily end with the collapse of Russia. All these years he was not engaged in economics and was not engaged in state building and built a vertical line in essence of personal power.
                      And you think his new terms will change something? No.
                      It is incomprehensibly possessing all the resources we live as an African country. The shame that no one wants to notice in the authorities, they are all to blame - the crisis, the global economy, enemies, etc. .. But having this, the USSR developed and grew into the first power in the world, and Russia in more comfortable conditions stands knees.
          3. Mavrikiy 16 March 2020 17: 24 New
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            Quote: 16329
            The “normal country” died, it was liquidated by its own citizens voluntarily Without the slightest coercion

            Do not lie . The country was killed by its own corrupt SVOLOSCH.
            1. azkolt 16 March 2020 19: 34 New
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              Quote: Mavrikiy
              Quote: 16329
              The “normal country” died, it was liquidated by its own citizens voluntarily Without the slightest coercion

              Do not lie . The country was killed by its own corrupt SVOLOSCH.

              These are all words for which VOID! By that time, the people were fed up with this power, too, with its constant deficits, power elders who could not even read a piece of paper. In addition, the people still remembered how she came to power, how spread rot her people. How it made him work for the ticks!
              1. Gardamir 16 March 2020 19: 42 New
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                In addition, the people still remembered how she came to power, how spread rot her people
                What time are you talking about?
                1. Mavrikiy 17 March 2020 06: 55 New
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                  Quote: Gardamir
                  What time are you talking about?

                  There is a stream of consciousness from the field. request
              2. Berber 17 March 2020 08: 58 New
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                Why are you lying? For checkmarks they worked after the war, they were called workdays.
                And the people wanted sausages, as much as possible and for free. Our liberals also "put pressure on the stomach," only the other appetites.
            2. bar
              bar 17 March 2020 10: 40 New
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              Do not lie . The country was killed by its own corrupt SVOLOSCH.

              Of course, SVOLOSCH could not do without. But remember the enthusiasm of citizens and the massive support by the population of Gorbachev's "perestroika and glasnost" in the late 80s. Or didn’t you find this in your youth?
              1. andrew42 17 March 2020 16: 33 New
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                Yes, they are, they are already. The fact that the corrupt part of the party elite, who wanted to live "like in the West", took advantage of the confidence of the people - this is even more vile. Deceiving a trustee is the worst crime since Genghis Khan. In 1993 they saw the light, but it was too late.
                1. bar
                  bar 17 March 2020 16: 36 New
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                  "Ah, tricking me is not difficult! ..
                  I’m glad to be deceived myself! "
                  Poor gullible people. Since the time of Pushkin, nothing has changed sad
                  1. Berber 20 March 2020 09: 42 New
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                    And all because they think not with their heads, but with the “stomach” to put it mildly.
                    1. bar
                      bar 20 March 2020 09: 59 New
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                      think ...

                      It is understood that you are not so right? And did you find the 80s? It’s good if so. And I’ll honestly say to myself - I’m not separating myself from the people, I found the 80s at a conscious age, and after a series of “Kremlin elders”, Gorbachev’s vigorous “glasnost” also fascinated me very much. And the point here is not at all in the "stomach", you do not need to primitize and consider your people as animals. Everyone perfectly understood that if we continue to follow the path of Chernenko stagnation, the country is doomed. In Gorbachev's "glasnost" and "perestroika", a way out of this impasse was seen. Nobody knew that this balabol would be such a wimp sad
                    2. Berber 20 March 2020 10: 27 New
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                      I recall the arguments about the commodity abundance of the "West", especially sausage abundance. I understand these are the same “glass beads" for which we sold our sovereignty. And our former compatriots from the former Soviet republics continue to do so. And all this is seasoned with discussions about democracy.
                      Now the same thing. And mostly prosperous (relative to the regions) Moscow and St. Petersburg (snickering) are outraged.
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                      I recall the arguments about the commodity abundance of the "West", especially sausage abundance.

                      This is too primitive, although with empty shelves and coupons in those days it was quite the case. But it’s not a matter of sausage. The people didn’t, everyone perfectly understood that the country was coming to an end. Empty shelves were just one confirmation of this. And Gorbachev's chatter gave some hope. Nobody expected it to be just chatter ...
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                      Sausage is not the best example, but indicative. I mean, in this situation, you do not need to be led. And make your choice consciously. The crisis is only gaining momentum, and Russia is not in the worst situation in this situation. In the US, the real sector of the economy is 14%. What do you think they will eat when finances give up? Do you know that in the arms stores of the USA, shelves with weapons are swept out completely? Pogroms when they turn off the light is not about us.
                      Yes, this zero-deadline story is very ugly. Nevertheless, changing the leader at this moment is unreasonable. There must be a logical conclusion ...
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                      What do you think they will eat when finances give up?

                      You forget that the "finance" striped print themselves, and for the whole world. This is their most real "sector of the economy", which covers all the others. So they do not threaten to starve to death.
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    They liquidated the then Soviet empire and gained freedom, equality and fraternity.
    But, freedom is still not enough, especially for lesbians, “gays” (I almost wrote their medical name, but then the post would be banned) and other advanced representatives of the vanguard of the liberal democratic movement.
    And the bloody Putin-Tereshkov-Okhlobystinsky regime brought his bloodied hand over their future. It’s time to reanimate the privilege fighter from the center of Yburg in order to lead his orphaned companions.
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      ,, And the bloody Putin-Tereshkov-Okhlobystinsky regime brought his bloodied hand over their future. ,,

      What chamber are you from? Lie, but do not lie.
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      It’s time to reanimate the privilege fighter from the Yöburg center,

      Are you talking about a hot electrode in the ass? repeat Ah, what a bold sentence, although a little belated. repeat
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  4. Private89 17 March 2020 14: 06 New
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    “A swan song from the tanks of the shot walls, we wanted love, but the time has come for a change, in too warm beds there is no place for lofty dreams. We just have to watch the emptiness grow inside.
    So the time has come! Watch stories beat the bell and flies over the earth, our dead sleep they are alive while we live, but their shore is further and further with each passing day. ”

    Homeland drowned in the 91st

    It is time to return to the right path of development, return and at the same time step in front of the socialist system, the socialist homeland! There where man is friend to man, comrade and brother. Where we are the main thing, not me. There, where a person will have the opportunity to reveal his potential and apply it for the common good. Either socialism or barbarism.
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      Either socialism, Or slavery and the death of the Russian people.
  • Tatanka Yotanka 16 March 2020 18: 20 New
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    Quote: DMB 75
    into the empire of Tereshkova and Okhlobystin

    two blocks of a nation, a people
    put forward their amendments
    one is going crazy quietly
    another foolish plays fellow
  • Uncle Vanya Susanin 16 March 2020 18: 31 New
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    Where were you in 91g?
    1. Honest Citizen 16 March 2020 19: 11 New
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      Quote: Uncle Vanya Susanin
      Where were you in 91g?

      He graduated from the third year of the technical school, in the summer months he was in practice, then got a part-time job.
  • Dembel77 16 March 2020 20: 10 New
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    I feel we will be in the empire.
    We’ve been in it for 20 years ... or did it all seem to everyone?
    1. Berber 17 March 2020 09: 00 New
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      Yes, not 20, but always. And there will always be dissatisfied.
  • Volga073 16 March 2020 20: 24 New
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    It was necessary to work in the USSR, and not to crap in comments.
    1. Berber 20 March 2020 09: 52 New
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      It is always necessary to work both in the USSR and in the modern RF. But lazy people and carers were in the USSR and are now. And most of all are dissatisfied, however, as always.
  • NEXUS 17 March 2020 01: 18 New
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    I also don’t want Tereshkova and Okhlobystin to the empire. I want to go to a normal country. I want to go to the USSR.

    You are afraid of the word "empire." It seems like with the boyars and serfs ... but ... in comparison with the Russian Empire, the USSR was a midget. No one calls into that Empire with kings and boyars and serfdom, because this is all there now, only different names. A man is going to work as a bonded laborer. Why not a serf? All these Millers, Friedmans, Bills, is this not the boyars? Well, the king ... so he was always in Russia, that Stalin, that Putin. The title of the post is different, but the essence is the same.
    Okhlobystin raised the question of ideology just right. We have not had an ideology since the collapse of the USSR, which hit the young generation very much. The country needs ideology. As well as unshakable values: family, parents, children, etc.
    Any state order has its pros and cons. And there will always be those who will be dissatisfied with the current order, regime, life, etc. In the USSR there were also many dissatisfied. And there were minuses in the construction of the country, which is quite normal.
    For me, the return to the state of the Empire begins with the realization of a simple person that his country is great and that he is ready to defend, love and move it forward. And by and large it doesn’t matter what this Empire will be called: USSR, Russian Empire or something else. It is important to RETURN PEOPLE'S PRIDE FOR HIS COUNTRY.
    As for the king ... so the kings in Russia were different. From outright traitors and impostors, to the true patriots of their country. And in this regard, I think that if we have not yet become the "Gas Station" of the United States and Siberia and the Urals have not been torn from Russia, then apparently Putin is not such a worthless king. And who knows who will sit on the throne of Russia in the year 24.
    1. Berber 17 March 2020 09: 04 New
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      Thanks to Nexus for the adequate opinion. And then lovers of the "trough with a hawk" call it freedom. Times pass, but people do not change - they do not see slavery there. And it is inside everyone.
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      It is important to RETURN PEOPLE'S PRIDE FOR HIS COUNTRY.

      You are right. The question is how to return? It is enough to listen to TV, read the Internet, immediately there is a desire to wash. Glamor, indecency, glossy faces, "golden youth". Until this disappears, there is nothing to be proud of. Pride remained for the acts of fathers and grandfathers, for the USSR, for the terrible war won. This VICTORY, "ours" depreciate every year. It prevents them from spreading our power more and exalt ourselves, as the only possible reality. Ten years will pass and they will convince the "lackeys" of this. Although the war may break out (and most likely will break out) earlier. And they will drive the “slaves” to fight for yachts and black caviar for the “anointed of God”.
      1. NEXUS 17 March 2020 11: 44 New
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        Quote: AKuzenka
        The question is how to return? It is enough to listen to TV, read the Internet, immediately there is a desire to wash.

        You expect this pride for the country to come from outside, and it is born inside. Ask yourself a simple question. And would you be able to do what our grandfathers did in WWII, for example? And honestly answer this question yourself.
        In Russia, it was always not just simple people's lives, but precisely because of this difficult life, Russia, as a power, is still on the map. And precisely because of this difficult fate, the people survived that war.
        As for the yachts, mansions and aircraft of the aligarchs ... so when in Russia it was different? It’s just that there were sponsors before, and now there are more and more sponsors. And the difference between the patron and the sponsor is huge.
        Pride in the country does not begin with the greatness of the country, but with the realization of a simple person that he loves his homeland, no matter what the boyars and the tsar are in today.
        1. Roman1234567 17 March 2020 15: 33 New
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          Pride in the country does not begin with the greatness of the country, but with the realization of a simple person that he loves his homeland, no matter what the boyars and the tsar are in today.


          Ha .. and what is the homeland in this context ?? Your house, street ?? Village?? District in the city ??
          And where does it all ?? What does love have to do with the place where you were born (without alternative), the shame that they pour on our ears from the TV on behalf of, say, the Motherland .. And how should pride begin with this ??

          Homeland, this is not just a territory that you are obliged to love just because you have such a passport .. This is the place you live in !! Follow him, clean and take care .. protect .. (like in an apartment) .. And the Motherland in return gives you warmth, shelter and comfort .. takes care of you .. And all this happens collectively !!

          And what is happening now in our country, pride can only cause stubborn patriots, proud of only the name of the country and residence permit, and abstracting from the whole mess that has spread on the table !!
          So you can be "proud" of anything .. a man was reborn tomorrow in Alaska - and stupidly proud of Alaska ..
        2. andrew42 17 March 2020 16: 39 New
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          What? If the crappy boyars and the king, then my homeland is compressed to a family and true friends. The king and the boyars, especially the crappy ones, are definitely not there.
        3. Akuzenka 28 March 2020 19: 22 New
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          Ask yourself a simple question. And would you be able to do what our grandfathers did in WWII, for example? And honestly answer this question yourself.

          Already done. Not in the Great Patriotic War, of course. And your answer is verbiage.
          As for the yachts, mansions and aircraft of the aligarchs ... so when in Russia it was different? It’s just that there were sponsors before, and now there are more and more sponsors. And the difference between the patron and the sponsor is huge.
          Yah? Did not have? Ek, you, my friend, are poorly taught at your troll factory. Only 30 years have passed, and your teachers lost their qualifications.
    3. IS-80_RVGK2 17 March 2020 14: 47 New
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      Quote: NEXUS
      in comparison with the Russian Empire, the USSR was a midget.

      Exactly the opposite.
      Quote: NEXUS
      Well, the king ... so he was always in Russia, that Stalin, that Putin.

      Stalin was not king, nor was Putin.
      Quote: NEXUS
      For me, the return to the state of the Empire begins with the realization of a simple person that his country is great and that he is ready to defend, love and move it forward.

      Do you call to love the land of slaves and masters? Where do some oppress and exploit others? Well done. Right away, Nekrasov is recalled - "People of servile rank are real dogs sometimes." But if you are like that, then I and many who are still not serfs. We are not slaves, we are not slaves.
      Quote: NEXUS
      And who knows who will sit on the throne of Russia in the year 24.

      Marx, Lenin, Stalin and other communists dreamed of a free, intelligent, dignified, educated person master of their destiny. And the Nexus turned out. It is sad.
      1. NEXUS 18 March 2020 11: 23 New
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        Quote: IS-80_RVGK2
        in comparison with the Russian Empire, the USSR was a midget.

        Exactly the opposite.

        Seriously? That is, if California, Alaska, Poland, Finland are added to the USSR, then it, the Union will certainly be larger than the Russian Empire. Go and tell your geo to burn your matriculation certificate.
        Quote: IS-80_RVGK2
        Stalin was not king, nor was Putin.

        Seriously? In fact, the same Stalin possessed power and capabilities no less than the tsar in Russia.
        Quote: IS-80_RVGK2
        Do you call to love the land of slaves and masters? Where do some oppress and exploit others? Well done.

        I am not calling for anything. From your words pulled 17 years and the storming of the Winter. When in Russia there were no slaves and masters?
        Quote: IS-80_RVGK2
        Marx, Lenin, Stalin and other communists dreamed of a free, intelligent, dignified, educated person master of their destiny. And the Nexus turned out. It is sad.

        Hear someone ... Lenin, you remembered. Yes, he would burn in hell with his revolution, the Gulag, the civil war, etc. ... what Lenin and Marx dreamed of neither to you nor to anyone else.
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          Quote: NEXUS
          California, Alaska, Poland, Finland

          And why not just the whole galaxy? Poland and Finland are still at the very least, and then they have always been in a special position. But Alaska and California .. Trim the sturgeon. So you have to burn your certificate.
          Quote: NEXUS
          Seriously? In fact, the same Stalin possessed power and capabilities no less than the tsar in Russia.

          In fact, he did not possess such opportunities, because he was not a king. It would seem such a simple fact, but you just can’t comprehend it.
          Quote: NEXUS
          When in Russia there were no slaves and masters?

          Immediately starting in 1917.
          Quote: NEXUS
          Hear someone ... Lenin, you remembered. Yes, he would burn in hell with his revolution, the Gulag, the civil war, etc. ... what Lenin and Marx dreamed of neither to you nor to anyone else.

          You don’t, because you are not a very smart person, in whose head the consequences are mixed up with the reasons and all your other fairy-tale ravings.
  • sunzhenets 17 March 2020 12: 45 New
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    DMB 75 Yesterday, 15:41 NEW
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    I also don’t want Tereshkova and Okhlobystin to the empire. I want to go to a normal country. I want to go to the USSR.

    I agree to 200%! From their "empire" it becomes scary. The 9th decade goes to Babke Vale, it seems that dementia has won.
    The opinion of the population does not interest those in power absolutely - we will do it as we want, and say what you approve of.
    Believing in God is no longer a constitutional right, but a constitutional obligation

    The hybrid pop with a jester - PGM. These are his personal difficulties, but I do not need this.
    Freedom of conscience and religion - a relic of the USSR?
    P.S. The opinion of the people about the president is well reflected in the nicknames with which he is awarded. The respectful “Darkest” has long been replaced by the derogatory “Fairytale”, and now the contemptuous “Zero” has appeared
  • vik669 17 March 2020 21: 36 New
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    I do not want to eat ice cream; it is white and cold - so eat it. But it is yellow and warm
  • certero 18 March 2020 02: 33 New
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    Do you want in that USSR where there was a hearse race? Or in the USSR where they stood in lines for sausage? Finally, in one where only Senkevich could travel the world? No. I don’t want to go to that USSR. But to the Union, where normal reforms were carried out, at least following the example of China, where the councils of people's deputies again were in power, which were really elected, where they disseminated information without hiding, where it was possible to really discuss problems. Yes, in such a USSR it would be nice.
  • Andrey Gladkikh 19 March 2020 20: 28 New
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    I think that the USSR is the empire of V.V. Tereshkova, it would seem that it should be clear to a person who was demobilized in 1975. And it is not clear who the brain was clouded over by liberals or Trotskyists.
  • Viktor123 20 March 2020 00: 02 New
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    It will not work in the USSR. Sad as it may be, the USSR has remained in history. We must live in real reality.
  • New Year day 16 March 2020 15: 42 New
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    People already knew something 57 years ago.

    if people then knew about her "feat" today, they would regret her return to Earth
    Yaroslavlians proposed depriving Tereshkova of the title of honorary citizen

    The authors of the appeal believe that Valentina Tereshkova took part in the coup d'etat and commits acts "discrediting honor and dignity." Rosreestr classified the data on the elite real estate of the deputy.
    Residents of the city of Tutaev and Tutaevsky district of the Yaroslavl region published a petition on Change.org demanding to deprive their fellow countrywoman, State Duma deputy and first woman-cosmonaut Valentina Tereshkova of the title of honorary citizen of Tutaev.
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      Do not broadcast here on behalf of all Yaroslavl. Specify, representatives of the fifth column of the city of Yaroslavl, at the direction of their western curators, swung at the first woman-cosmonaut :-)
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        Quote: Pissarro
        Do not broadcast here on behalf of all Yaroslavl. Specify, representatives of the fifth column of the city of Yaroslavl, at the direction of their western curators, swung at the first woman-cosmonaut :-)
        If the curators will pay regularly, then these "Yaroslavl" will nominate Buzov for president: she is mentally closer and more understandable to them than Tereshkova.
  • antivirus 16 March 2020 17: 10 New
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    that they are ready to plow till 120 years.
    and I’m ready - let me be healthy until 120 years old
  • Million 16 March 2020 19: 04 New
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    on football Valka potrolled
  • Butchcassidy 16 March 2020 15: 49 New
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    Quote: Svarog
    Roman has a cool style, you can’t mix it up

    ... And it’s called, "Chef, everything is gone! The cast is removed, the client leaves!"

    And to be measured by ratings ... this is the last thing.

    Watch the movie "Byzantine Lesson". There all the questions uv. Roman Skomorokhov gave popular answers.
    1. Mordvin 3 16 March 2020 22: 36 New
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      And why do you, a patriot, call yourself a foreign word, and not a merchant, for example?
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        Quote: mordvin xnumx
        And why do you, a patriot, call yourself a foreign word, and not a merchant, for example?

        Because it wants my left heel.
        But I do not ask the question why you call yourself a Mordvin, although we both know that there is Moksha and Erzya, and Mordvin is an exoethnonym.
      2. Butchcassidy 17 March 2020 09: 04 New
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        In general, see the classic of the Yugoslav cinema "Black Cat, White Cat"

        https://youtu.be/rdhwBimFWnE
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      Quote: ButchCassidy

      ... And it’s called, "Chef, everything is gone! The cast is removed, the client leaves!"

      And to be measured by ratings ... this is the last thing.

      Watch the movie "Byzantine Lesson". There all the questions uv. Roman Skomorokhov gave popular answers.

      It’s interesting, but can the minus signers somehow argue their position?))
  • Stas157 16 March 2020 16: 21 New
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    Looking at all these strange manipulations, how the Tsar wants to extend his powers, he somehow becomes completely sad for the country. There is no truth in this fabulously nullified kingdom.
    1. Butchcassidy 17 March 2020 08: 24 New
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      Travel to Ukraine. They don’t have Putin there. Heal, straight ooh! The point of suffering in the "bloody Mordor"?
      Or to Germany, there Frau Merkel steers for 4 consecutive terms, but she was not elected at all in the elections
      1. Berber 17 March 2020 09: 08 New
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        Correctly, a democratically elected Zelensky is already selling his homeland further. Probably Skomorokhov wants such an alternative.
      2. dirk182 18 March 2020 11: 13 New
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        Travel to Ukraine.
        good typical kremlebot)
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          Quote: dirk182
          Travel to Ukraine.
          good typical kremlebot)

          But essentially there is something to argue?
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            Essentially?) No, you mind, only time to lose. You are all "ideological" there
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              I hear from the creature.
  • Xnumx vis 16 March 2020 19: 42 New
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    The author has one sadness ... Putin is in power! That’s why the style is so “cool” --- “Mom, we all die, Putin stole everything ..." .. Yes, it’s a pity that Putin is not Stalin ...... With all my dislike for walking, we talk about the party, now Joseph Stalin will not hurt .... Gloomily he lights up the pipe and asks with a slight Georgian accent - "And who’s bribing people's paper there .... Send him to cut the forest to Kolyma!"
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    This is for you Svarog
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      Quote: Tank jacket
      This is for you Svarog


      And this is for you.



      May your world not be the same ...
      / sarcasm / wassat laughing
      1. Tank jacket 17 March 2020 05: 56 New
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        Is Putin a smart person? Then please explain to me why he delivered the Munich speech and later his performance at the Valdai Club? wassat laughing
        May your world not be the same ...
        1. Varyag71 17 March 2020 08: 47 New
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          Get ready, serf, your master is waiting for you.
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            Get ready, liberalist, stripping continues ...
        2. andrew42 17 March 2020 16: 47 New
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          Strange, it’s time to guess the reasons for the Munich speech already, after 12 years! And the essence of the speech is simple: The new Russian bourgeoisie will not allow treacherous Westerners to sweep our oligarchs from the box office. This is our cow! And we milk it. Dot. (Further, - Forward! All modernization of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation!)
        3. Freeman 18 March 2020 00: 55 New
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          Quote: Tank jacket
          Is Putin a smart person? Then please explain to me why he delivered the Munich speech and later his performance at the Valdai Club? wassat laughing
          May your world not be the same ...


          I explain.
          - In the Munich speech, it was stated that in the * Family (* see it. Meaning), a new * foreman (* Capo, it.) Appeared.
          He demands "his share" and claims to be an independent * Don (* Capo famiglia).
          / (Russia) - "This is our cow and we milk it (c)" /

          UPD. Oops! Ahead.

          - There were several performances at the Valdai Club and I don’t remember them anymore. request
          1. Tank jacket 18 March 2020 05: 43 New
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            Western media - on the speech of the President of Russia in 2007

            Putin has proclaimed the end of a unipolar world

            Der tagesspigel

            "An analysis of Vladimir Putin’s speech shows that the main issues he raised concern the requirement of equitable global cooperation. This speech should be taken seriously, even in places where criticism seems too sharp. Russia positions itself as an equal and equal partner. The success of the European union shows that equal rights and equivalence are conditions for constructive cooperation. "

            The Washington Post

            "Before assessing the significance of Vladimir Putin’s Saturday speech, a pause should be made to admire the amazing composure and audacity of the Russian president ..." "What is the point of such bravado? This is undoubtedly partly due to Putin’s tour of the Middle East. The Russian leader is trying as much as possible to take advantage of US problems in the region, but he also had a broader goal: to announce the return of his country to the category of powers capable of counterbalancing the USA.

            Having huge revenues from the sale of oil, controlling the supply of energy raw materials to Europe, modernizing nuclear forces, and expressing willingness to supply weapons to countries such as Iran, Syria and Saudi Arabia, Russia may gain a status in which the United States is afraid to take an extra step without consulting. "

            FT

            "Vladimir Putin, with his extremely harsh speech, actually threw the gauntlet to the West. He said that the United States, conducting illegal unilateral military operations, made the whole world more dangerous" ... "Putin proclaimed the end of the unipolar world and said that its construction led to the failure of the United States, from which everyone suffered. "

            The New York Times

            “On the one hand, the administration of Vladimir Putin can no longer be called democratic: it has“ castrated ”the Russian parliament, placed it under state control or intimidated the mainstream media, subjugated the judiciary and forcibly established control over the largest energy companies. On the other hand, talk with the Russians, and you will understand that for many people the chaos, humiliation and disappointment that accompanied Boris Yeltsin’s first attempt to establish democracy in the country caused longing for a strong leader, economic stability lnosti and abundance Western goods on the shelves. So the popularity of Mr. Putin is due to real causes. "

            Herald Tribune

            "Literally everyone spoke about the speech of the Russian president at the conference.

            Its content reminded some of the times of the Cold War, but there were also those who clearly saw behind it a confident, stable and rich Russia, not burdened with huge debts and crawled out of the chaos of the 90s. "

            Upi

            "Many Democrats in the United States and traditional US allies in Europe and other parts of the world have largely agreed with Putin's criticism of the Bush administration and those responsible for European security, including US Secretary of Defense Robert Gates."

            The print

            "The United States is aggressive and longing for power, with its ambitions of global domination, they endanger the whole world. In Munich, Vladimir Putin detailed the most severe accusations against America since the days of the USSR."

            Khalecj Times

            "The whole world, with the exception of the occupants of Washington’s highest offices, agrees that the Bush administration’s attempt to enforce a neoconservative ideology ended in failure - a colossal failure with tremendous economic, political and humanitarian consequences."
      2. Varyag71 17 March 2020 08: 46 New
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        This is a great answer!
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    if the constitutional court approved the whole package of amendments yesterday, the president signed it and this entered into force of the law -... does this mean that the author of the article talked to his article for calling for the overthrow? and dissatisfied with you (80% of all comments) will lead a criminal investigation ???
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    But for some reason, the author forgot the list of centenarians of German Chancellor A. Merkel, who has been unchanged since 2005 years since 15.
  • Svarog 16 March 2020 15: 04 New
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    An interesting selection, right? Africa and the CIS. Nothing, just facts. Who does not believe - check.

    And we are already not much different from African countries .. here we’ll “finish off” the USSR and we will be at the level with them .. Well, according to the work of the captain of the “galley”, it’s already at the level ..
    And beavers. Beavers are a direct threat to everything. Including democracy. A beaver can cut down a forest wherever he wants and when. But I, a citizen of Russia, can’t. I can’t build a dam on a stream near the cottage and generate an electric current for myself. A beaver dam can build where he wants

    laughing Cool humor .. only we are kept for rams .. the beaver is free .. and they are sheared from rams .. but there’s no wool anymore .. they started to work on skin with bones .. people die out ..
    As everyone understood, yes, the main thing is to come. But how anyone voted does not interest anyone at all. The main thing is how they will later calculate. Not in areas, of course. In the regional election commissions.

    I feel we will be in the empire.

    I decided for myself yesterday .. I won’t go to the circus ..
    1. kepmor 16 March 2020 15: 46 New
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      I think that after April 22, the authorities will present us all with such a circus “premiere” that we will laugh through tears ...
      1. NordUral 16 March 2020 20: 58 New
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        Yes, last year’s surprise was forgotten.
      2. 16329 16 March 2020 22: 53 New
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        Well, they still want to boost the economy based on their own strengths and in the conditions of defending the interests of the country, it will be so, as always reality and expectations will differ slightly from each other, but in general it will
    2. Gardamir 16 March 2020 15: 56 New
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      Correctly! All these calls by the "sleeping" to express their point, or to spoil the ballot, are aimed at one thing to ensure the appearance.
      There will be no appearance how gentlemen will justify themselves to their partners.
      1. Pushkar 16 March 2020 19: 07 New
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        Quote: Gardamir
        There will be no appearance how gentlemen will justify themselves to their partners.

        But they won’t. There is no limit on the referendum or voting, at least one Putin will come - the referendum has taken place.
        1. smart ass 17 March 2020 20: 28 New
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          This is not a referendum, you can not come to it; the decision is made
      2. gurzuf 16 March 2020 19: 14 New
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        I will disappoint you. Ballots will be issued not only to the members of the HE group, but also to other persons unrelated to the HE. So what will the turnout be.
        1. Gardamir 16 March 2020 19: 40 New
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          I will upset you
          And I will upset you even more! Voting due to coronovirus will be postponed and then canceled.
          1. Mikhail m 16 March 2020 20: 14 New
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            And the amendments will be adopted in view of popular approval. lol
          2. 16329 16 March 2020 22: 55 New
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            Voting can be excellently conducted on line on the government services portal or through the application on a mobile device
          3. gurzuf 17 March 2020 19: 28 New
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            Bet on shabbies? bully
    3. Odysseus 16 March 2020 15: 58 New
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      Quote: Svarog
      And we are already not much different from African countries .. here we’ll “finish off” the USSR and we will be at the level with them .. Well, according to the work of the captain of the “galley”, it’s already at the level ..

      We will be much worse than African countries
      1) It's warm there
      2) Russia was built on non-capitalist foundations, its life arrangement is simply incompatible with capitalism. If we eat all the inheritance, the Russian Federation simply disintegrates. In fact, we were close to this in the late 90s, then we froze the situation by building a "power vertical" and state corporations, in addition lucky with oil prices. However, this is a palliative, without giving up capitalism, it simply postponed the inevitable.
      1. andrew42 17 March 2020 16: 53 New
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        “Capitalism is bad! Worker is good!” - well, at least at Deja Vu Our won, though not without humor.
    4. Berber 16 March 2020 15: 58 New
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      The selection is so-so. Merkel has been at the helm for 15 years and no one is buzzing.
      1. Nosgoth 16 March 2020 16: 54 New
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        Since the selection is in the style of Navalny and co, one-sided and as biased as possible with only profitable “examples”.
        1. Dembel77 16 March 2020 20: 55 New
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          Quote: Nosgoth
          Since the selection is in the style of Navalny and co, one-sided and as biased as possible with only profitable “examples”.

          Indeed, why the author did not mention, for example, about raising the retirement age? Or about how we were ordered to live long in order to survive until retirement? What, however, a biased selection, so what do you think? But the list, as you say, of “profitable examples” can go on and on. But only this is not necessary, everyone knows everything about everything.
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            Quote: Dembel 77
            Quote: Nosgoth
            Since the selection is in the style of Navalny and co, one-sided and as biased as possible with only profitable “examples”.

            Indeed, why the author did not mention, for example, about raising the retirement age? Or about how we were ordered to live long in order to survive until retirement? What, however, a biased selection, so what do you think? But the list, as you say, of “profitable examples” can go on and on. But only this is not necessary, everyone knows everything about everything.


            To complete the picture, you need to give examples of pension reforms in other countries that are high in the HDI rating (to which the author refers). Everything is interesting there. And so, yes, your example is biased without such a selection.
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          MMX 17 March 2020 17: 07 New
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          Quote: Nosgoth
          Since the selection is in the style of Navalny and co, one-sided and as biased as possible with only profitable “examples”.


          The author’s surname is speaking and articles are matched.
      2. Minipig79 16 March 2020 18: 48 New
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        So if the country lives quite well for itself, then everyone in general is on the drum, who is at the helm.
        1. NordUral 16 March 2020 21: 00 New
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          So when everything is normal, and not just those in power and their attendants.
      3. Moon 16 March 2020 22: 00 New
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        The selection is so-so. Merkel has been at the helm for 15 years and no one is buzzing.

        Germany would be a good example where, for 15 years, the Chancellor quite normally defended the interests of Germany (both concerns and people)
        But most importantly, she did not change the Constitution for herself and did not clean up the entire opposition.
        It seems that in Germany there is no slogan without Merkel there is no Germany.
      4. Avior 16 March 2020 23: 42 New
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        Merkel is not the head of state, but a temporary official appointed by the parliamentary majority, who can be removed at any time
        1. Dart2027 17 March 2020 06: 41 New
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          Quote: Avior
          Merkel is not the head of state, but a temporary official

          And who is the head of state?
          1. Avior 17 March 2020 07: 58 New
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            President, the majority of powers are in the parliamentary majority
            Germany - parliamentary republic
            1. Dart2027 17 March 2020 19: 33 New
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              Quote: Avior
              Germany - parliamentary republic

              The Federal Chancellor is the head of the German Government. He leads the federal government. Therefore, the form of government of Germany is often called Chancellor's democracy.
      5. Octopus 17 March 2020 08: 52 New
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        Merkel at the helm for 15 years

        People who directly equate grandmother with grandfather will never end.

        Merkel is not German Putin. Rather, the German Mugabe, although more adequate in most matters. She decided all-German; she had little personal power. Especially in terms of direct access to public money. Unlike.

        Quote: BerBer
        nobody is buzzing.

        The fact that Merkel’s protracted rule is a disaster is being discussed quite actively, including by CDU / CSU supporters. People who would not mind hanging it are already gaining in total more than the CDU / CSU on of individual land elections. The bad news is that if the Germans again begin to hang the enemies of the German nation, Merkel is unlikely to cost.
      6. balunn 17 March 2020 11: 30 New
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        Frau Merkel’s euro doesn’t collapse like our ruble, prices do not go up year after year, and German pensioners can let them go on holiday abroad.
      7. 2 Level Advisor 17 March 2020 12: 10 New
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        And do you think that if we had 20 years of GDP reign, even if we approached the level of Germany, would there be a lot of people who are unhappy and want to change it? Yes, even if at least 50 terms sitting in the Kremlin ..
    5. Honest Citizen 16 March 2020 16: 03 New
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      Quote: Svarog
      I decided for myself yesterday .. I won’t go to the circus ..

      The worst thing is that the observers were abandoned. We have complete mess with the elections, but here the field is generally not plowed. It is possible that 99% of the odbrams will be drawn.
      1. Svarog 16 March 2020 16: 04 New
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        Quote: Honest Citizen
        Quote: Svarog
        I decided for myself yesterday .. I won’t go to the circus ..

        The worst thing is that the observers were abandoned. We have complete mess with the elections, but here the field is generally not plowed. It is possible that 99% of the odbrams will be drawn.

        On this and I will not go .. am
      2. gurzuf 16 March 2020 19: 18 New
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        It should be remembered that during the CPSU it was possible not to go to the polls, all the same, 100 percent of voters voted for the proposed candidates. Or I'm wrong?
        1. Honest Citizen 16 March 2020 19: 20 New
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          Quote: gurzuf
          Remember, during the Communist Party of the Soviet Union it was possible not to go to the polls

          EdRo, having practically monopolized the CEC, is now doing the same thing, only more masterly, “democratically”
        2. ccsr 16 March 2020 19: 53 New
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          Or I'm wrong?

          You are mistaken. I worked in the election commission of the Soviet period and myself signed the act as a member of the commission. Everything was indicated in the act, up to the inscriptions on the ballot papers. And this act was drawn up only after an exact recount of all ballots, and the percentage of those who voted on the number of registered voters was necessarily calculated. After that, the information was transmitted over the phone to a higher commission, and the act itself was transported by car after completion of all formalities in a sealed form by the chairman of the commission and one of the members. By the way, in closed towns it was allowed to prematurely terminate the work of polling stations if all registered voters voted. And since the town is closed, if necessary, the ballot box was carried not only on guard, but also in apartments, if a person was sick. In general, at three or four days we already finished and washed the work. This was the highest form of democracy - everything is honest and in front of a dozen people.
        3. Freeman 18 March 2020 03: 59 New
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          It should be remembered that during the CPSU it was possible not to go to the polls, all the same, 100 percent of voters voted for the proposed candidates. Or I'm wrong?


          My "communal" neighbor didn’t go to the polls - "quietly dissident"
          The “Communists" took this into account, as did the possible votes “against”, and at first “did not paint” 100% of the turnout and the votes “FOR”.

          Usually a result of 99 integers was declared with fractions of a percent of the turnout and voted “FOR”.
          Or less.
          At first, after the adoption of the Constitution of 1936, elections to the Elections to the Supreme Soviet of the USSR (1937)
          Turnout - 96,3% of the Voted FOR - 99,3%

          / wiki /


          Elections to the Supreme Soviet of the USSR on February 10, 1946, “Krasnoarmeyskaya Illustrated Newspaper” No. 3 (124), February 1946, p. 3.


          100% turnout (but not the percentage of votes "FOR") began to be announced with the advent of Khrushchev.
      3. NordUral 16 March 2020 21: 02 New
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        I already wrote today that we ourselves can observe the course of the elections with video fixation. But for this it will be necessary to decide and tear their asses off the sofas. And ALL go to the vote with a solid NO!
        Then this trick will not work.
        1. balunn 17 March 2020 11: 39 New
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          It still will not change the situation. The situation will change when the security forces say no
        2. NordUral 19 March 2020 17: 02 New
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          I’m listening to Filin on “SPECIAL TV Channel” and found out about April 22 (or another day). He missed, however, that it would not be a referendum, but a slurred vote with an incomprehensible statute. And that's why:
          Article 6
          5. The following questions cannot be submitted to referendum:
          1) on changing the status of the subject (entities) of the Russian Federation, as enshrined in the Constitution of the Russian Federation;
          2) on the early termination or extension of the term of office of the President of the Russian Federation, the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, as well as on the holding of early elections of the President of the Russian Federation, deputies of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation or on postponement of the timing of such elections;
          3) on the election, on the appointment to office, early termination, suspension or extension of the powers of persons holding public office of the Russian Federation;
          4) on the personal composition of federal bodies of state power, other federal state bodies;
          5) on the election, on the early termination, suspension or extension of the term of office of bodies formed in accordance with the international treaty of the Russian Federation, or officials elected or appointed to positions in accordance with the international treaty of the Russian Federation, as well as on the establishment of such bodies or appointment to the position of such persons, unless otherwise provided by an international treaty of the Russian Federation;

          Federal Constitutional Law of June 28.06.2004, 5 N 18.06.2017-FKZ (as amended on June XNUMX, XNUMX) "On the Referendum of the Russian Federation"
          https://www.consultant.ru/document/cons_doc_LAW_48221/1bc4cc511304799d3613c0477ff931fb2850d9b8/
          So I’m thinking now, but what should I do? Vote, how do I constantly urge? Or boycott?
    6. Freeman 16 March 2020 16: 27 New
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      Svarog Today, 15:04
      I decided for myself yesterday .. I won’t go to the circus ..


      Then do not be surprised that "how the sheep will be taken to the slaughter."
      If you have not expressed your protest, then you have given your tacit consent.
      hi
      1. Svarog 16 March 2020 16: 31 New
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        Quote: Freeman
        Svarog Today, 15:04
        I decided for myself yesterday .. I won’t go to the circus ..


        Then do not be surprised that "how the sheep will be taken to the slaughter."
        If you have not expressed your protest, then you have given your tacit consent.
        hi

        This is another matter, I decided to express my protest not by attending this event .. For them, turnout is important, and they will draw their own votes, but if there is no turnout .. then the situation turns out ..
        But in general, at first, I thought about opposing the vote, but yesterday comrade Leshiy spread out everything popularly and on the shelves, after which I decided not to go and not to participate in the circus performance. hi
        https://topwar.ru/169019-v-datskoj-presse-putin-mozhet-ostavatsja-u-vlasti-v-rossii-dolshe-chem-stalin.html#comment-id-10228369
        1. Martin 16 March 2020 16: 44 New
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          This is another matter, I decided to express my protest not by attending this event .. For them, turnout is important, and they will draw their own votes, but if there is no turnout ..

          Strange you reason. They can draw on voices, but they can’t turnout. This is for what reason? Is conscience tormenting?
          You already decide: either they can draw, or - no. What difference does it make?
          1. polar fox 16 March 2020 18: 21 New
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            Quote: Martyn
            What difference does it make?

            the main thing in this circus is your signature in the book of accounting. the rest is not interesting to anyone.
        2. Freeman 16 March 2020 16: 52 New
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          Svaro Today, 16:31
          Comrade Leshy all is popular and on the shelves laid out


          In my opinion, Comrade Leshy is mistaken.
          "Empty sites" will be explained by "electronic voting" on the public services portal due to fear of an epidemic.
          And by increased voting “at home” (for the same reason), where the ballot you have not used will be “thrown”.
          So, for "turnout", as well as for the percentage of votes in favor - "you can not worry." The "procedure" itself suggests.

          I believe that missing, perhaps for the last time, your right to protest is stupid.
          1. Svarog 16 March 2020 17: 07 New
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            I believe that missing, perhaps for the last time, your right to protest is stupid.

            Why for the last time .. I think that the time will soon come for real protests ..
            1. Freeman 16 March 2020 18: 26 New
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              Quote: Svarog
              Quote: Freeman
              I believe that missing, perhaps for the last time, your right to protest is stupid.

              Why for the last time .. I think that the time will soon come for real protests ..

              Do you really think that those who did not go to the "safe" elections will get to protest against the "emperor" under the batons of the Russian Guard?
              In our country, people don’t even come to "agreed" rallies; everyone is sitting in their "huts from the edge."
              Yes, and to "complete poverty" while, still not finished.
              1. Octopus 17 March 2020 08: 56 New
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                Quote: Freeman
                until "complete poverty" yet, still not brought.

                While
                Quote: Freeman
                under the batons of the Russian Guard?

                With batons it will not do.
        3. plebs 17 March 2020 00: 21 New
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          I decided to express my protest not by attending this event
          I will go and vote, so that my soul would be calm. For myself, you can say. And what's next, falsified or not, we'll see. It’s like with an agreed meeting, people have beaten out the right to express their opinion to you, so go. Some start, I won’t go because they carry commies or Natsik, or because the weather is not mine, etc. etc. My opinion is that you should walk if you are concerned about the subject matter of the event. And the falsifiers, God be their judge.
          1. Martin 18 March 2020 16: 39 New
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            My opinion is that you should walk if you are concerned about the subject matter of the event.
            Here. Gold words. Even if you vote differently from me, on the contrary, come anyway.
            ... fear people indifferent - it is with their tacit consent that all the worst crimes in the world happen ...
            Not said today.
            1. plebs 20 March 2020 15: 07 New
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              Even if you vote differently from me, on the contrary, come anyway.
              Everyone has the right to their opinion, no matter how you want to vote for or against, come and vote, let the more numerous win). And the falsifiers, all the same, sooner or later will have to answer.
      2. gurzuf 16 March 2020 19: 20 New
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        So this motto "I decided for myself yesterday .. I won’t go to the circus .." I endured for ever offended by life and vocation.
      3. NordUral 16 March 2020 21: 03 New
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        I agree!
    7. Stas157 16 March 2020 16: 40 New
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      Quote: Svarog
      I decided for myself yesterday .. I won’t go to the circus..

      It’s possible to participate in a circus even through the State Services. Why not come up with in order to increase the turnout! And for me the question is: what is the best way to ignore or vote against the crazy amendments?
      1. stariy 16 March 2020 18: 48 New
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        Quote: Stas157
        vote against crazy amendments?

        better to speak!
      2. Hypatius 16 March 2020 19: 31 New
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        And for me the question is: what is the best way to ignore or vote against the crazy amendments?
        I decided for myself - a boycott!
        Here, citizens (USSR-RSFSR) can change this Constitution (USSR-RSFSR) in a referendum of 2/3 of the vote. Individuals of the Russian Federation are driven into a plebiscite (introducing the plebeians to the new Law) of draft constitution 93, in fact of the charter of the managing company of the Russian Federation.
      3. jovanni 17 March 2020 08: 14 New
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        In any case, closing a ballot with a “against” mark is more difficult than putting a “for” instead of those who did not come to the polls. So go ahead.
      4. NordUral 17 March 2020 14: 35 New
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        Vote by saying NO! We won’t come - they’ll draw a turnout, and the FOR votes, your votes will be stolen, they have sat out.
  • Basil50 16 March 2020 15: 06 New
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    That's it.
    This ... not a single * democracy * in Europe and the USA bothers. Do not worry about exporting * democracies * from Europe and the USA. No, he demands that in RUSSIA everything should correspond to his personal ideas about ......, about what he means by democracy.
  • Sandro1977 16 March 2020 15: 06 New
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    Criticize
    1. garrett 16 March 2020 15: 19 New
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      I suggest recalling the spelling ...
      1. Sandro1977 16 March 2020 15: 31 New
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        And on the topic there is nothing to answer
        1. Galleon 16 March 2020 16: 10 New
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          If spelling is not learned, then on the topic and talk in vain will be.
          1. Sandro1977 16 March 2020 16: 41 New
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            Clear troll next
  • Gene84 16 March 2020 15: 07 New
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    I am about the adherents of the sect "We have no other way." Which they consider, and seriously, that out of 149 residents of Russia there is not one capable of replacing Putin.

    They have once: "Say the name of the person who knows how to replace Putin." However, they forget that the leader has a team. And success depends on the actions of the team. What is now, success, is not too noticeable.
    1. Berber 16 March 2020 16: 00 New
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      The paradox is that the team will not change (mostly). We have also formed our own "deep" power.
    2. Krasnoyarsk 16 March 2020 16: 33 New
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      Quote: Gene84

      They have once: "Say the name of the person who knows how to replace Putin." However, they forget that the leader has a team. And success depends on the actions of the team. What is now, success, is not too noticeable.

      I agree completely. No team. The leader failed to shape it. What is the conclusion? Change a leader? It seems right - to change. Question - to whom? Unknown X has a team? Silence on the air.
      But still change !!! It turns out, change in order to change! Compare with the Ukrainian situation. Just not Poroshenko !!! Well, Poroshenko is not. So what? The situation is even worse, as far as I know. So what are we trying to achieve? Better, or - down with Putin? Or maybe not risk it, leave the Dark One and elect a Communist Party to the Duma? So that the Communist Party had a majority of votes. A certain balance will appear between the right-liberal protege of the bourgeoisie - the president and the Communist Party, the protege of the people. In such a situation, it definitely won’t be worse. Stop shy from side to side.
      This is not my advice - what to do. This is just an invitation to dialogue, to discussion. Someone may have a much better offer.
      1. Berber 16 March 2020 17: 01 New
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        We are in a state of permanent war. And it’s not corny, but “they don’t change horses at the crossing”.
        1. Kronos 16 March 2020 17: 24 New
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          Really change to new
          1. Krasnoyarsk 16 March 2020 18: 32 New
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            Quote: Kronos
            Really change to new

            Well, where is your “new” candidate?
            "Name, sister, name !!! What is the name !!!"
            1. Kronos 16 March 2020 18: 36 New
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              Platoshkin for example
              1. Krasnoyarsk 16 March 2020 18: 56 New
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                Platoshkin for example

                You contradict yourself. Platoshkin’s views are communist.
                Platoshkin and others like him have one problem - I am smarter than everyone and therefore it is I who should be the main one. And they cannot work in the TEAM FOR ONE GOAL. And the authorities use this and remain irremovable.
                This is the trouble of the entire left opposition. Speaking about fighting for a better future for the people, they actually serve their ambitions.
                Power is an organization, and individuals like Platoshkin can’t cope with it. We need the same powerful organization. And for this, all Platoshkin must join a single powerful organization, forgetting about their ambitions.
                1. NordUral 17 March 2020 14: 37 New
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                  Power is an organization, and individuals like Platoshkin can’t cope with it. We need the same powerful organization. And for this, all Platoshkin must join a single powerful organization, forgetting about their ambitions.

                  To the root!
            2. Pushkar 16 March 2020 19: 27 New
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              Quote: Krasnoyarsk
              "Name, sister, name !!! What is the name !!!"

              And at least Markhaev Vyacheslav Mikhailovich, a member of the Council of Federations, the only one who voted against the pension law and against amendments to the Constitution.
              1. Krasnoyarsk 16 March 2020 19: 45 New
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                Quote: Pushkar
                And at least Markhaev Vyacheslav Mikhailovich, h

                And who knows something about him? You? Is that all? And you think that Russia will vote for him? Baby talk.
                1. The comment was deleted.
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                    Quote: Pushkar
                    "The national hero of the republic of Dagestan,

                    So what?
                    I asked a question - did many voters in Russia hear about him?
                    Are you the president of Dagestan, where you probably know him, offer him? Or, nevertheless, the president of Russia? So I, for example, just now found out about him.
                    Here in our Duma, Valuev is sitting. And How? Is he a real people's deputy? Or so-so? Do you understand the hint?
                    1. Pushkar 17 March 2020 17: 43 New
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                      So what?
                      I asked a question - did many voters in Russia hear about him?

                      And they will not hear. My harmless post with biographical information about Markhaev was deleted. Do not compare him with value and relatives, they are always "for the decisions of the party and government." Markhaev, by the way, is not in the Duma, but in the Federation Council.
                2. Karabin 17 March 2020 21: 12 New
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                  Quote: Krasnoyarsk
                  And you think that Russia will vote for him?

                  Two weeks on TV - 55%, a month - 72%. And you including.
                  1. Krasnoyarsk 17 March 2020 22: 16 New
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                    And you think that Russia will vote for him?

                    Two weeks on TV - 55%, a month - 72%. And you including.

                    I do not exclude this possibility. If I listen to what he is talking about, how he says, in what situation. How I intend to solve this or that issue. Well, etc.
            3. Karabin 17 March 2020 21: 10 New
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              Well, where is your “new” candidate?

              Do not reset the old, immediately new ones will appear.
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                Well, where is your “new” candidate?

                Do not reset the old, immediately new ones will appear.

                Yes, in fact, I was not going to. Everything is decided not by zeroing, but by election.
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                  Everything is decided not by zeroing, but by election.

                  From one candidate?
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                    Everything is decided not by zeroing, but by election.

                    From one candidate?

                    Why is that? This is not democratic laughing
                    There will be at least three more.
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                      There will be at least three more.

                      Elderly Clown, Horse, Horseradish Know Who and Zero. The best people of the country laughing
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                        There will be at least three more.

                        Elderly Clown, Horse, Horseradish Know Who and Zero. The best people of the country laughing

                        Wait a minute, but you don’t like the Empire, you demand democracy and more. Eat, do not hang on. laughing
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                        but you don't like Empire

                        What the hell empire !? Where do you see her? A bunch of scoundrels got their hands on resources and cash flows. They are not interested in anything except dough. They have money - you patriotism and "we can repeat."
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                        Quote: Karabin

                        What the hell empire !? Where do you see her? A bunch of scoundrels got their hands on resources and cash flows. They are not interested in anything except dough. They have money - you patriotism and "we can repeat."

                        Just a moment. Are we talking about the economy, or the type of state?
                        Yuri, what are we arguing about? Like you, I dislike our oligarchic capitalism. The only way out of this priest is a dictatorship, and not a simple one, but the dictatorship of the majority. And the so-called "democracy" will not allow us to get out of there. I fully admit that there is another way, but I do not know him. And you?
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                        The only way out of this priest is a dictatorship, and not a simple one, but the dictatorship of the majority.

                        I can agree that in order to get out of the priests a tough dictatorship is needed, which the majority will consciously support. But then the dictatorship must leave in time, giving way to the notorious civil society, ideally forming a constitution. laws and norms of behavior that meet the interests of the majority and most importantly, the mechanism for compliance with these laws. So that every new president / prime minister / chancellor does not redraw laws for himself and his retinue. A dictatorship that has not gone on time is a direct path to cataclysm. On the threshold of which we are again standing.
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                        a dictatorship that the majority will consciously support. But then the dictatorship must leave in time, giving way to the notorious civil society, ideally forming a constitution. laws and norms of behavior that meet the interests of the majority and most importantly, the mechanism for compliance with

                        Yes, who would argue, but not me.
  • gurzuf 16 March 2020 19: 27 New
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    "I decided for myself yesterday .. I won’t go to the circus .." I also read above a bunch of +++++++++++
  • Freeman 16 March 2020 18: 32 New
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    We are in a state of permanent war. And it’s not corny, but “they don’t change horses at the crossing”.

    In order not to "change horses", this "war" will be "eternal".
    - And the "driven horses" are shot.
    Threat. I would not want us to be left with no other choice.
    1. Berber 17 March 2020 08: 54 New
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      And when did she stop? War will always be. It is not strange, but the economic crisis of the "West" is the work of the GDP and its team. They began to give hands to the Western elite and curtailed their ability to shamelessly rob the rest of the world. In response, we are economically crushed, which we really feel and understandably indignant. And the lovers of free, that is, freebies shout most of all.
  • Marine engineer 17 March 2020 15: 01 New
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    You can not change horses, but donkeys need to be replaced.
  • Karabin 17 March 2020 21: 14 New
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    but "horses at the crossing do not change."

    And if the horse has foot and mouth disease? wink
  • Kronos 16 March 2020 17: 14 New
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    Communist Party pocket party of the oligarchy that will not do anything
    1. Honest Citizen 16 March 2020 17: 23 New
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      Do not confuse the Communist Party, which is in the Duma and the real Communist Party. I think of the Duma Communist Party party EdRa membership card in the next pocket, because everyone does it in its interests
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        Communist Party, which is in the Duma and the real Communist Party.

        belay There are already two of them ... laughing Here it is: the Japanese Communists (CPJ) also consider themselves true Leninists, on the basis of which they demand from Russia ALL the Kuril Islands and Kamchatka.fellow
      2. NordUral 17 March 2020 14: 39 New
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        I agree, I know one such. It is necessary to remove the SJ, otherwise there will be no sense, and not one, perhaps.
    2. Krasnoyarsk 16 March 2020 18: 36 New
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      Communist Party pocket party of the oligarchy that will not do anything

      You can say what comes to mind, or, most likely, repeat after someone.
      Is there evidence?
      Yes, certain claims against the Communist Party can be presented, but only individual.
      And to be specific, first you need to give her a "steer" and then ...
      1. Kronos 16 March 2020 18: 38 New
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        They had a chance in 1996 when they gave power to Yeltsin without a fight. Then they recruited businessmen, magicians and other crooks into the party
      2. gurzuf 16 March 2020 19: 29 New
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        What does it mean to let her steer?
        1. Krasnoyarsk 16 March 2020 19: 46 New
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          What does it mean to let her steer?

          Pass laws in the Duma.
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            I agree. Only for this they need nothing at all - to convince voters.
        2. Tank jacket 16 March 2020 21: 15 New
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          Lose the nuclear suitcase ... Turn off the dead hand ... Cut the mace ... Crimea, give the Kuril Islands ... wassat That's what it means to give a "steer"
          1. Krasnoyarsk 17 March 2020 10: 00 New
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            Lose the nuclear suitcase ... Turn off the dead hand ... Cut the mace ... Crimea, give the Kuril Islands ... wassat That's what it means to give a "steer"

            Right In Russia, only Putin and the Tank Jacket remained patriots. No, not like that. First, "Tank Jacket", and only then - Putin.
            And you, by chance, described your innermost aspirations here?
            1. Tank jacket 17 March 2020 10: 10 New
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              What are your aspirations about the Communist Party? Complex OKA communist humpback cut? Did EBN turn off his dead hand?
              1. Krasnoyarsk 17 March 2020 11: 13 New
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                Quote: Tank jacket
                What are your aspirations about the Communist Party? Complex OKA communist humpback cut? Did EBN turn off his dead hand?

                Note that none of your favorites in the Communist Party was not. But for some reason you attribute their crimes to the Communist Party of the Russian Federation.
                By the way, I am not a member of the Communist Party.
                1. Tank jacket 17 March 2020 11: 51 New
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                  Did I understand you correctly that the hunchbacked and EBN were not members of the communist party?
                  1. Krasnoyarsk 17 March 2020 12: 03 New
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                    Did I understand you correctly that the hunchbacked and EBN were not members of the communist party?

                    Yes, they carried a CPSU party card in their pocket. But you bring charges against the Communist Party.
                    These two parties even have different programs. Is this unknown to you?
                    Just two similar letters in the abbreviation led you to cognitive dissonance?
                  2. Tank jacket 17 March 2020 12: 53 New
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                    The Communist Party, which does not raise the question of ownership of the means of production, looks even more shameful than the Communist Party ... Rotten breed.
                  3. Krasnoyarsk 17 March 2020 13: 33 New
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                    The Communist Party, which does not raise the question of ownership of the means of production, looks even more shameful than the Communist Party ... Rotten breed.

                    Well, they will raise this question in order to please you, and so what?
                    Will the Duma decide on this issue? No! In order for it to make a decision, positive for us, on this issue, the Communist Party must have a majority in the Duma. And where does he get to if you do not vote for the Communist Party, because it "does not raise the question of the right of ownership of the means of production." Even women's "logic" will give odds to yours. laughing
                  4. Tank jacket 17 March 2020 13: 48 New
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                    They, dear, already had a majority in the State Duma of the Russian Federation. wassat
                    The federal list of candidates from the Communist Party was registered on October 14, 1999 in the amount of 255 candidates. The list of candidates for single-mandate constituencies (140 people) was certified on September 25, 1999. According to the election results, the Communist Party received 24,29% (more than 16 million 195 thousand votes), which gave it 67 seats in the proportional part of the Duma (first place in the country). In single-mandate constituencies from the Communist Party passed another 46 deputies. Despite the fact that compared with the previous elections, the party received 700 votes (000%) more, the number of deputy seats received by the party decreased: in 2, the Communist Party received 1995 seats in the federal district and 99 in single-member districts [58]. The loss occurred due to a decrease in the so-called. “Prizes” - votes cast for non-passed parties and redistributed among the winners.

                    On January 9, 2000, the faction nominated Gennady Seleznyov to the post of chairman of the Duma. January 18, 2000 Seleznev was elected chairman. Under package agreements, the faction received the posts of chairmen of 9 Duma committees and the Credentials Committee.
                  5. Krasnoyarsk 17 March 2020 20: 14 New
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                    Quote: Tank jacket

                    They, dear, already had a majority in the State Duma of the Russian Federation.

                    This song is good, start from the beginning.
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                    Begging on your knees ...
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                    Begging on your knees ...

                    That is unnecessary. You are not invited ...
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                They, dear, already had a majority in the State Duma of the Russian Federation


                The Communist Party in 1999 had simple majority - 113 places out of 450.
                - For decision-making, the support of other factions is required.

                At EP, now constitutional majority - 339 places out of 450.
                - For decision making, support for other factions is not required
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              Quote: Tank jacket
              The Communist Party, which does not raise the question of ownership of the means of production, looks even more shameful than the Communist Party ... Rotten breed.

              For it to make a positive decision for you and me on this issue, the Communist Party must have a majority in the Duma

              I will correct it.
              Not just the majority - but constitutional majority. Like EP now.
              For the "allies" of the Communist Party, among the "system" parties, is not observed.
  • NordUral 17 March 2020 14: 41 New
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    And to be specific, first you need to give her a "steer" and then ...

    I agree, but for this you need to go at least once and vote for them.
  • Pushkar 17 March 2020 17: 47 New
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    Yes, certain claims against the Communist Party can be presented, but only individual.
    How in the good Soviet times are “individual flaws”?
    1. Krasnoyarsk 18 March 2020 11: 10 New
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      Yes, certain claims against the Communist Party can be presented, but only individual.
      How in the good Soviet times are “individual flaws”?

      Something is wrong? Are you all white and fluffy, without flaws? Like me, by the way. But the parties are made up of you and me. Those. with flaws.
  • Octopus 17 March 2020 09: 04 New
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    Quote: Krasnoyarsk
    can not risk it, leave the Darkest and elect a Communist Party in the Duma? So that the Communist Party had a majority of votes.

    How in the 96th?
    Quote: Krasnoyarsk
    Communist Party, protege of the people

    What does the people have to do with it? Comrades, aren’t they eating from the hands of APs?
    1. Krasnoyarsk 17 March 2020 10: 03 New
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      What does the people have to do with it? Comrades, aren’t they eating from the hands of APs?

      Nah, Martians also feed them, so that they give Martians the opportunity to make a springboard from Russia to conquer the whole Earth
  • andrew42 17 March 2020 12: 53 New
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    Yes, there is no vicious circle here. The team cannot be changed in any way, as long as it has a “roof” in the form of the first person of the state, skillfully gaining the confidence of the people. But the team must be changed, otherwise the death of the whole nation in the capitalist "hospice". But the leader will never surrender his “friends”, and Putin in this sense is a good leader, no matter how you say it. There is no doubt in his talents, and even as a person he is strong and damn pretty. Therefore, with the consciousness of a citizen thinking about the future of his children, there are two Putin at the same time: one is the Defender from external enemies, the modernizer of the Armed Forces, the conductor of an independent foreign policy, the second is the best friend of the oligarchs, whom the “boyars are not allowed” to bring happiness to the people. This is the normal psychology of the average man (in the good sense of the word) - it’s easier to believe in the best than to admit the worst — the “victim of the thimble” syndrome. And therefore:
    1) No matter how decent and talented Vladimir Vladimirovich personally is, under his supreme power, a country will never change its course towards moving towards a REALLY social (rather than declared) state. Sad but true. And about the question “Where is the leader with the team?”, The answer is simple, in 1999, the still young functionary Putin VV, who was brought to the Kremlin, also did not have ANY team at first. 2) But the point is not even in the team - the toys in the "team" are doomed to the same rake. There is no need for a “team” of managers, but an organized political force with a different ideological course, without it all the “teams” will be “in the same gate” as before, that is, to Oligarchic Capitalism, utilizing the population as a non-core and non-profitable asset. 3) Otherwise, I consider it necessary to note: Personification of power is good, it is Responsible. A long term of government (with the right course for the good of the country and people) is very good. Monkeys, rulers of 4 years each, are an IDB for fools, a "democracy" characterized by Bernard Shaw. The age of the ruler, - even if only to the grave, if only the brains understood. It’s more difficult to seduce old people, - we already had one "young secretary general" - from the fact that young, nobody became well. In general, the point is not the term of the board, but the possibility of changing the Ruler for the affairs of him and his "team."
    1. Krasnoyarsk 17 March 2020 13: 40 New
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      that young, no one was well. In general, the point is not the term of the board, but the possibility of changing the Ruler for the affairs of him and his "team."

      Andrew, I support on all counts.
      Quote: andrew42
      This is not a “team" of managers needed, but an organized political force with a different ideological course, without it all the "teams" will be "at the same gate" as before, that is, to the Oligarchic

      But this is the most important thing.
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        Yes, of course, this is the most important thing. That from which our Guarantor reduces sour cheekbones.
    2. NordUral 17 March 2020 14: 42 New
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      Do not over praise.
  • Uncle Vanya Susanin 16 March 2020 18: 38 New
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    Yes, take any taxi driver, or there are always a lot of sensible people in the outpatient queues, in the evenings in the kitchens, by the way, there are also a huge number of potentially sensible politicians good
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      Yes, take any taxi driver, or there are always a lot of sensible people in the outpatient queues, in the evenings in the kitchens, by the way, there are also a huge number of potentially sensible politicians good

      You will vote for a taxi driver, I am for a turner, he is for a baker, but in the end, whom will we elect? That's it. The candidate must know ALL of Russia.
      1. Uncle Vanya Susanin 16 March 2020 20: 01 New
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        Not no, turners and bakers are no good, they don’t know how to steer the country, but taxi drivers know they need to be taken, wink
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          taxi drivers know they need to be taken,

          Exactly. yes "Will you show the road, right?"(with) wassat
  • carstorm 11 16 March 2020 15: 08 New
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    Well, I also don’t want to join the empire. and I won’t go to vote. but I certainly don’t want a clown to come instead of Putin. there will be a good choice;
    1. New Year day 16 March 2020 15: 44 New
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      Quote: carstorm 11
      I don’t want a clown to come instead of Putin

      your desire is in tune with mine! BUT...
      Who will come to the cleared glade? Only worse laughing
      1. carstorm 11 16 March 2020 16: 08 New
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        I do not believe in these things. a smart and strong person with charisma and a lively mind is immediately visible. the whole thing is that I just don’t see them even at the initial level. Putin set the standard as if you weren’t cool, and as if we didn’t treat him differently. and for some reason it seems to me that he should be a serving person, but this is IMHO. I personally are just closer.
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          Quote: carstorm 11
          I just don’t see them even at the initial level

          such shot down on takeoff

          and Putin’s apparatus has been doing this for 20 years
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            for sure. Putin alone makes him dodge on the ears of others across the states to dangle in search of third-party funding for clowning to engage in a box. all of it. they have nothing to do with it. they are forced to say.
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              Quote: carstorm 11
              third clowning engage in the box

              Our "guarantor" from the box for twenty years, except that once for a couple of days he got out.
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                actually the main word is clowning and not a box)
    2. mikh-korsakov 16 March 2020 15: 52 New
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      I read the article. By style. Not my style. I prefer to read materials that summarize the idea. Who knows how many rules. Ms. Merkel has been ruling for 20 years. Following the logic of the author, a portrait should be placed. Or he thinks. that if 20, then OK. But in essence. In some ways, I agree with the author. It is clear that the term “zeroing” is not specified in the current constitution, therefore, whatever the constitutional court would decide, its decision would be illegal - so I will vote and I will vote against the amendments. Clear. that in our country, as in any other, a deputy is a person who “brings” the prosecutor from the business. But the rest, I fundamentally disagree with Skomorokhov. Why. Because the author stands for some kind of shiftsable president, who is elected by the people. And that the people cannot be mistaken. The people vote for the one who is more comfortable in speaking the right things with his mouth. and for that campaign for which more expensive lawyers were hired for expensive money. Recall that Hitler was elected in an absolutely democratic way. Further, many liberals say - well, that the people were mistaken - will re-elect another. Does this not resemble the vanity of a coffin? The rest is the cry of Yaroslavna. Like, for freedom. But freedom. like happiness. as it is written by Gaidar in the story "Chuck and Huck," everyone understands his own way.
      1. garrett 16 March 2020 15: 59 New
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        I agree with you, but I’ll make a small amendment ... Merkel has been managing the country for 15 years as Federal Chancellor
        1. mikh-korsakov 16 March 2020 16: 36 New
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          Alexei! Thanks for the amendment. Speaking of the change of power. In the People's Republic of China the irreplaceable comrade rules Si. In Italy - the triumph of democracy - the power is replaced "by the most I do not want." The PRC has emerged from poverty to shining peaks. Italy is addressing gender issues, and the economy is treading water. A virus has happened. The wise leadership of the CCP brought its people out of their asses, given that. that Hebei is a human anthill. and what's going on in Italy? Ah! Who provides humanitarian assistance to whom. Another thing is that our president is rather weak against X. But still. if something happened, I would rather live in China than in Italy, despite my love of the Italian language, art and Italians in general
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            Michael, I already wrote about this, but I would like to know your opinion. For Western political (and not only) culture, LEGALITY and the RULE OF LAW are a value. GDP decided that it was possible to amend the constitution, by the way, not the first time, in its selfish interests (because besides the amendment to nullify the presidential terms of GDP, everything else is in federal laws or in decisions of the constitutional court). To friends - everything, to enemies - the law. I am outraged by this attitude to the laws of my country. I won’t go to a batch vote, this is a wiring for suckers. Will you vote?
            1. mikh-korsakov 16 March 2020 17: 12 New
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              I will go and vote against the amendments.
              1. Pissarro 16 March 2020 17: 16 New
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                Are you against the fact that the family is Dad and Mom, or for transferring the Smoked to the Japanese?)
                1. Krasnoyarsk 16 March 2020 18: 19 New
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                  Are you against the fact that the family is Dad and Mom, or for transferring the Smoked to the Japanese?)

                  You want to say that if they do not introduce the constitution about dad and mom and not alienation of the territory, then there will be uncle and uncle and the Kuril Islands they will give to the Japanese?
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                    And what will prevent it from doing to some sort of liberal who will come to power as a result of Maidan for foreign money?
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                      And what will prevent it from doing to some sort of liberal who will come to power as a result of Maidan for foreign money?

                      And he (the liberalist) will also amend and draw a turnout.
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                      And what will prevent it from doing to some sort of liberal who will come to power as a result of Maidan for foreign money?

                      This is a fortune-telling on coffee grounds. I don’t play guessing games.
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                    Bulk will come and will not only be so. You will be forced to educate your children on sexual enlightenment, and heterogeneous. And then go through public practice. And they will say that this is the norm. And if you do not agree, then you will be imprisoned. If I’m not mistaken in the United States, someone was jailed for anti-gay propaganda for 12 years.
                    The Kuril Islands will seem like a walk when they take Kaliningrad, and then completely divide Russia into pieces.
              2. mikh-korsakov 16 March 2020 17: 20 New
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                I am against unconstitutional nullification. As for the Kuril Islands, it will continue to manage this way - they will come and take it themselves - without demand.
          2. Wizard_57 16 March 2020 17: 27 New
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            Quote: mikh-korsakov
            In the People's Republic of China the irreplaceable comrade rules Si.

            I would like to clarify that the foundations of the current PRC were laid by comrade Deng Xiao Ping, who was in the power corridors for how long and not necessarily at the helm in an explicit form. And Comrade X only adjusted at the last CCP congress the foundations of the state structure of the PRC in order to continue to lead the country without thinking about the timing. Everything is subordinated to one main Chinese goal - we (China) will rule the world. When - it does not matter, the main thing is that we will. So the sample is before my eyes ...
          3. Moon 16 March 2020 22: 09 New
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            But still. if something happened, I would rather live in China than in Italy, despite my love of the Italian language, art and Italians in general

            In Italy it’s better. Yes, at least because it is a European mentality.
            Just more personal freedom than in China. Of course, the Chinese system is better for mobilization. But it suppresses the personality in the name of society.
            But the Europeans have already experienced this. Personal freedom is more expensive.
            In general, Italy is better than China in everything for people to live. China is better for accomplishments (mobilization component)
            As for the epidemic, they honestly check everyone, including the dead. No one in the world does this (so the statistics are bad, but Italy is not like China and others)
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              Louksnos! I know firsthand about the Italian mentality. In the nineties, I had the chance at the request of a Swedish company to carry out acceptance tests of the technology we developed on Swedish equipment in Pisa. For reference - Pisa is not the north and not the south, but the bootleg, that is, the most Italian. So I remembered one word in Italian for life - domani - tomorrow. And the next day. usually nothing happened. I also remember begging on a bicycle. Rules of the road - when a larger vehicle takes precedence. I will make a reservation that I liked it - the people were then exceptionally friendly, although it was ridiculous and annoying, everything was.
          4. Avior 17 March 2020 00: 22 New
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            Let me make another correction.
            Merkel is not the head of state, but an official temporarily appointed by the parliamentary majority.
            And it can be removed or replaced at any time, in contrast to the head of state, who is elected for a certain term
            And no one elected Hitler democratically, this is a common misconception
            The first round on March 13, Paul von Hindenburg won 49,6% of the vote, and Hitler took second place with 30,1%. On April 10, in a second ballot, Hindenburg gained 53%, and Hitler - 36,8%. The third place was taken both times by the communist Telman [28].

            On June 4, 1932, the Reichstag was dissolved. In the July 7 elections, the NSDAP won a landslide victory, gaining 37,8% of the vote and gaining 230 seats in the Reichstag instead of the previous 143. The second place went to the Social Democrats - 21,9% and 133 seats in the Reichstag.

            On November 6, 1932, early elections to the Reichstag were again held. This time, the NSDAP lost two million votes, gaining 33,1% and gained only 196 seats instead of the previous 230.

            December 3, 1932 appointed Reich Chancellor Kurt von Schleicher.

            However, after 2 months, on January 30, 1933, President Hindenburg dismissed von Schleicher from this post and appointed Hitler's Reich Chancellor. [29]
            1. aglet 17 March 2020 09: 23 New
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              President Hindenburg dismissed von Schleicher from this post and appointed Hitler Chancellor

              Well, Hitler did not seize power through the Maidan, but was appointed president, quite democratically
              1. Avior 17 March 2020 09: 28 New
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                He was not elected to this position, as described above.
                And his appointment to this position did not make him the head of Germany
                He seized supreme power later, after the death of Hindenburg, and there was nothing democratic in this seizure
                It was a coup
            2. Berber 17 March 2020 09: 25 New
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              Do not make me laugh. Who has real power? And why did you decide that Merkel can easily be removed?
              1. Avior 17 March 2020 09: 29 New
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                In Germany? The parliamentary majority, Germany - parliamentary republic
                1. Berber 17 March 2020 10: 08 New
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                  The parliamentary majority of the ruling party. And Merkel is the head of the ruling party. As if, the circle closed.
                  1. Avior 17 March 2020 10: 33 New
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                    the head of the ruling party is not its owner
                    Moreover, when Merkel became chancellor, neither the party of Merkel, the CDU, nor even the bloc to which she is a member, received a majority in the elections.
                    Most formed as a coalition of three parties.
                    Thus, not a single party had full power even in parliament, and even more so, the power chosen by the kaolikia to the post of chancellor (read prime minister) Merkel can not be compared with the sole power of the president in the presidential republic.
                    Although formally she is elected for 4 years, she can be removed at any time by a simple vote of no confidence in parliament, simply because of disagreement with her decisions.
                    in fact, the chancellor’s power ceases as soon as the majority ceases to support it, either in the form of the collapse of the coalition, or during re-election to parliament.
                    The president, the head of state, can be forcibly removed prematurely only because of a crime committed by him, and this is a complicated procedure.
                    if briefly, there is a huge difference between the positions of chancellor, appointed official, and president in the presidential republic, head of state with carte blanche for the selected term for any decisions that do not directly violate the law, so the example with Merkel is not relevant to the situation
                    hi
                2. Berber 18 March 2020 09: 32 New
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                  But there is nothing to argue. How many accounts do you have?
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            It’s not true that they change the Secretary General every 10 years.
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              It’s not true that they change the Secretary General every 10 years.

              If you are talking about China, then "thanks" to Comrade Xi - no longer.
      2. pytar 16 March 2020 16: 50 New
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        Because the author stands for some kind of shiftsable president, who is elected by the people. And that the people cannot be mistaken.

        It may be wrong, of course. But in normal countries, if people make a mistake, the next time they have the opportunity to recover. Therefore, the need for a shift of power. Having competition is always helpful! This is the law of nature! And even if the state is built on a stable foundation, the role of the individual is not so fatally important for the ego of existence as authoritarian states.
        Recall that Hitler was elected in an absolutely democratic way.

        Democracy does not guarantee that the bastard will not be in power. But it gives guarantees that the people will be able to drive the bastard out of power. Therefore, the first thing for such bastards is to abolish democracy and make some kind of totalitarian form of government. Under one or another pretext ...
        The best form of government, in my personal opinion, is direct democracy, like Swiss. But it is possible only where the majority of the people are conscious, responsible for their fate. hi
        1. mikh-korsakov 16 March 2020 17: 01 New
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          Boyan! Hitler was not driven out by the people, but you know who. The point is not in the form of power, but in the quality of its execution. In China, authoritarian power. But the CCP was able to withdraw its people by market methods from a centuries-old backwardness to prosperity. And what is in the west? The virus is rampant in Europe, the CCP was able to rescue its people from the pit - at least for today. But Comrade X will be forever.
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            Hitler was not driven out by the people, but you know who.

            And I'm talking about ... You can only minimize dictators with blood! Do you want that?
            The point is not in the form of power, but in the quality of its execution.

            The point is both. Dictatorship and democracy can be successful or not successful economically. But is it not better to seek to improve democracy, instead of advocating for a dictatorship in the hope that it will be more successful?
            In China, authoritarian power. But the CCP was able to withdraw its people by market methods from a centuries-old backwardness to prosperity.

            Do not forget how ugly Mao brought the same PRC! The CCP was reformed under Den Xiao Ping. In place of the one-man power of Mao, the CCP's collective dictatorship came! The current China, is a state-regulated market one-party dictatorship! Yes, the economy is small, but some robust societies have achieved very impressive successes!
            And what is in the west? The virus is rampant in Europe, the CCP was able to rescue its people from the pit

            The virus appeared just in China, in Europe came from there! Chinese society is extremely heterogeneous, class stratified! There are super-rich and millions of depressing beggars. China is the leader among billionaires.
            1. Paranoid50 16 March 2020 20: 37 New
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              Do you want that?

              Here we’ll figure it out exactly how to thread ourselves, and certainly without re-singing from behind the hill. No offense, in other topics - Dobre Doshli, but here we are ourselves. hi
              1. pytar 16 March 2020 22: 01 New
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                Here we’ll figure out how to thread it ourselves ...

                No doubt. But my question was to Michael, what did he think? Type dialogue with him was formed. hi
                1. Paranoid50 16 March 2020 22: 04 New
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                  Like a dialogue we had with him.

                  It often happens that the opponent is passed down the branch. yes hi
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                    Well, I'm not an opponent. Interested in the opinion of Michael. I do not impose my own in any way, and even then there is a ban on other opinions, not yet ... bully
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                      not yet...

                      Oh, yes - we have, so to speak, complete pluralism (especially on the floor below). fellow laughing
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            Is Russia a prosperous country? When was it?
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            Well, you don’t need to go too far about the CCP and X. The CCP was able to "withdraw .... to prosperity" part of the people, although three or four hundred million is certainly a lot. There is enough poverty, it is also hundreds of millions. If the clean sidewalks of a small town are lined with expensive foreign cars and Chinese crossovers, this does not mean that “all Chinese are here” (he lived there for 3 years, both in the megalopolis, in satellite towns, and in provincial towns - I’m familiar with the outskirts of the first and second and third). A technological breakthrough, and not one - yes, no doubt, in this regard, "Glory to the CCP!" and the rest, I agree with all your posts.
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          Democracy does not guarantee that the bastard will not be in power. But it gives guarantees that the people will be able to drive the bastard out of power.


          And how, democracy drove Hitler?
          Maidans are able to expel only rulers of rags such as Nikolaev second, Gorbachev or Yanukovych. And Nikolai, the first for the rebels, will always find buckshot and Yeltsin tanks.
          1. pytar 16 March 2020 18: 22 New
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            And how, democracy drove Hitler?

            Hitler’sactor was driven out by a bloody war worth tens of millions of lives! Do you want a dictatorship? If once you allow at least one “good” irremovable ruler in power, what guarantee is that the next will be good? Will you have to shed blood again to drive him out? They themselves do not go away! Wouldn’t it be wiser to improve democracies so that they work normally and that different hyperabicious individuals cannot become dictators?
            1. Pissarro 16 March 2020 18: 27 New
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              Wouldn’t it be wiser to improve democracy so that it works normally


              No democracy works fine. Here is your European democracy is not able to cope with any challenge.
              1. pytar 16 March 2020 19: 04 New
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                No democracy works fine. Here is your European democracy is not able to cope with any challenge.

                Democracies are different. Swiss, Scandinavian and several others work quite normally. There are no ideal ones, but where the level of public consciousness is high, problems in one or another level are solved.
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                  Scandinavian democracy is when a citizen is raped at the steps of the Norwegian parliament, but the police and security do not intervene.

                  The level of public consciousness is so high that the migrant was released from custody, the citizen was afraid to sue, the guards were not fired, passers-by filmed on camera, laughed and not one did not break the jaw of the monkey and did not help the lady
                  1. pytar 16 March 2020 22: 04 New
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                    Where bad things happen. It's just that in some countries they are talked about, but in others they are silent. This, in my opinion, is more a question of mentality than of social structure.
                2. Krasnoyarsk 17 March 2020 10: 53 New
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                  Quote: pytar
                  others work quite fine. There are no ideal ones, but where the level of public consciousness is high, problems in one or another level are solved.

                  In a country where the dictator expresses the interests of the majority, the problems of the state, read, of the people, are solved more effectively.
                  1. pytar 17 March 2020 12: 05 New
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                    In a country where the dictator expresses the interests of the majority, the problems of the state, read, of the people, are solved more effectively.

                    This is only in extreme situations, but when these occur, there is an emergency mode. And this is in countries where people do not want / do not know how to take responsibility for their fate. It’s more convenient for them to have “someone else” think instead. Even capable dictators have gone crazy over time. Power corrupts, absolutely absolute. The change of power is the evolutionary law of purification, renewal, development.
                    1. Krasnoyarsk 17 March 2020 12: 34 New
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                      And this is in countries where people do not want / do not know how to take responsibility for their fate. It’s more convenient for them to have “someone else” think instead.

                      Beautiful phrases behind which are emptiness.
                      Since when did the dictator think about the fate of a single citizen?
                      The dictator only creates the conditions under which the citizen himself decides his fate. Gives him the right to choose. So it was in the Stalinist USSR.
                      1. pytar 17 March 2020 12: 55 New
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                        The dictator only creates the conditions under which the citizen himself decides his fate. Gives him the right to choose.

                        Here are the beautiful words for which emptiness stands! Dictator and Choice, incompatible things! What choice, if you can’t choose your own ruler, and you can’t change your ego ?! About Stalinism, I don’t want to comment at all ... With us, I hope this will never happen again!
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                        Dictator and Choice, incompatible things! What a choice, if you can’t choose a ruler for yourself, and change your ego isn’t

                        I do not accept choice for the sake of choice. This is utter stupidity.
                        We have a saying - “They don’t look for good from good” If a dictator suits MOST people, why change him? Only then for Boyan to say - is there democracy there?
                        And what I am least interested in is someone else's opinion of my country.
                        And why did not Stalin please you? I really like it. He laid the foundation for what even today is.
                        Unlike the USSR, not everyone can get a higher education, almost all out-of-school ones, but the schools have already been canceled, clubs: music, educational, sports, art, technical, etc. have become paid. Medicine is more than half - plate. Are these all the “achievements” of democracy? Today, the economy works for profit, and in the USSR to meet human needs. Wages in the USSR were fair, but today under your "democrats"? Someone earns 50 rubles per hour, and someone 500. Is this normal?
                      3. pytar 17 March 2020 14: 12 New
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                        I do not accept choice for the sake of choice. This is utter stupidity.

                        But who's stopping you from choosing the best? If so good, you can several times! Yes, and the very best, for a number of reasons, including physiological is exhausted. It is not a question of choosing for the sake of choice, but of the opportunity to choose!
                        If a dictator suits MOST people, why change him?

                        And if it ceases to arrange the majority of the people, how to remove it? And how do you know if he’s comfortable or not, if he is a dictator and he cannot be chosen?
                        And what I am least interested in is someone else's opinion of my country.

                        Most opinions here come from citizens of the Russian Federation. And most of them are critical. A sense of deception is felt.
                        And why did not Stalin please you? I really like it.

                        I don’t like him. From the word at all! I don’t like any dictatorship, even “successful”, because it takes away my right to choose! The success of the system should not be measured with the "height / Egyptian / pyramids", because Hitlerite Germany in economic and social terms was very successful!
                        Unlike the USSR, not everyone can get higher education ...

                        I do not want to comment on how it is with your education now, but we have no problem with this. The first higher education I received under socialism, the second under democracy. Whoever has the desire to do so will be able to learn in both cases.
                        circles: musical, educational, sports, artistic, technical, etc. became paid. Medicine is more than half - plate.

                        We used to pay indirectly, but we paid everything. Sascha we pay directly, and we know where and why we pay. I want to be aware of where my money goes. I also want to know exactly what they pay me for, for what my abilities and knowledge.
                        Today, the economy works for profit, and in the USSR to meet human needs.

                        Craving for profit is inherent in man. She is the strongest incentive to success! At the same time, human needs are being met. Remembering the empty shelves during the social, I can definitely say - this is one of the reasons why socialism collapsed.
                        Wages in the USSR were fair, but today under your "democrats"? Someone earns 50 rubles per hour, and someone 500. Is this normal?

                        Is it fair? I am a former young engineer, invented innovation! Promised a significant increase in efficiency. My enthusiasm quickly faded when the director announced that to give her a go, if I indicate him and all the deputies as leading in the development. I had nowhere to go, agreed. As a result, they received most of the reward, and the innovation remained on paper. the director explained - no need to implement, otherwise you will have to cut workers! And I was warned - do not rip, or else ... So a lot of people continued to get paid, doing nothing.
                        I was also “lucky" to be among the highest party echelon. They lived in such luxury as ordinary people could not dream of! Their little sons were unattainable, and the party menkulturr was a kind of gods! Likes with it! We are full! The price of your labor must be market! And if it is lower, then yes ... the state should take care, help you, and better accept new knowledge and skills! Learn every day! The day on which you did not acquire new knowledge, consider it in vain ..
                        I apologize for the long post. hi It went ... bully
                3. Heathen 17 March 2020 19: 58 New
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                  Now an extreme situation - there is an undeclared war
                  1. pytar 17 March 2020 21: 18 New
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                    Now an extreme situation - there is an undeclared war

                    "His first (tyrant) task will be to constantly involve citizens in some kind of war so that the people feel the need for a leader. And if he suspects someone of free thoughts and denying his rule, he will destroy such people under the pretext that they surrendered to the enemy. "
                    Plato, an ancient Greek philosopher, a student of Socrates, a teacher of Aristotle.
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                    Yeah, and we somehow believed after the collapse of the Union that no one was attacking us! They repented before everyone! Hugs opened to everyone! They just didn’t know that this pose was the most convenient for us to crucify ... and even there was glasnost and freedom of speech, free-thinking of this - we completely sucked on our ears, we still cannot spit ...
                    We do not start wars - they are declared or imposed on us. We are not plotting against someone, they tell us that we are an evil empire ... threat number 1 ...
                    You quote Plato (by the way, not verbatim and this is alarming), but you forget that, as they said in one distant, distant galaxy, "only the Sith elevate everything to absolute." In other words, it is best to look for a middle ground in everything.
                    Because I can give so many examples of the horrors of democracy, starting from the same Ancient Greece and ending with the bombing of Yugoslavia, the wars in Iraq, Libya, Syria, etc., that all and all sorts of “dictators” will seem just innocent babies. Almost all successful democracies of the “prosperous” West are based on robbing their colonies and / or laundering the loot. Maybe a couple of countries, there is an exception, such as Norway, but those guys with oil were just lucky ...
            2. Pushkar 17 March 2020 18: 11 New
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              Quote: Krasnoyarsk
              In a country where the dictator expresses the interests of the majority, the problems of the state, read, of the people, are solved more effectively.
              Exactly - "As long as I lead the party, it will not be a discussion club for rootless writers and salon Bolsheviks." A. Hitler, effective manager.
          2. andrew42 17 March 2020 14: 22 New
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            If democracies are so different, then the term "democracy" becomes meaningless. A sort of "fig leaf", which can cover any shame. Moreover, under "Democracy" in our time, various political forces mean anything, if only to their advantage. Athenian democracy, as a starting point, a kind of historical standard - that is how it was in the slave-owning state, and Demos were far from the inhabitants of Attica, and really the Aristocracy as it wanted, it decided in most cases. Demos (usually urban) was involved in the struggle of some oligarchs with others - Thousands of years have passed, and in terms of "democracy" Nothing has changed.
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          Your right to think so! In Russia, the Sovereign is always a serf.
      3. Krasnoyarsk 17 March 2020 10: 49 New
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        Do you want a dictatorship?

        Boyan, I will disappoint you - there is no such country in the world in which there is democracy.
        Democracy is a fiction. In fact, in any country - a dictatorship.
        In the USSR, before the arrival of Khrushchov, there was a dictatorship of the majority. Now in Russia - the dictatorship of the minority, the dictatorship of the bourgeoisie. And in any other country - the dictatorship of the ruling class. those. the bourgeoisie.
        1. pytar 17 March 2020 12: 16 New
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          ... on Earth there is no such country in which there is democracy. Democracy is a fiction. In fact, in any country there is a dictatorship ...

          Democracy is not without flaws. She is imperfect. Closer to the ideal form of democracy - the so-called direct democracy, as in Switzerland. Of course wherever there is a ruling class or group that exercises power in real life. But democracy has one very important advantage! Inner competition! This is the basic law of nature! Only thanks to her, is evolution! Dictatorship from time inevitably leads to regression, degeneration. So Churchill, probably still right, saying: “Democracy is a bad form of government, but humanity hasn’t come up with anything better.” hi
          1. Krasnoyarsk 17 March 2020 12: 45 New
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            But democracy has one very important advantage! Inner competition! This is the basic law of nature! Only thanks to her, is evolution!

            To listen to you, it turns out that Russia of the Romanovs did not evolve in any way. After all, there was no competition — one king was replaced, without any elections, another came. And no responsibility. But you see, Russia has developed contrary to all your theories about competition.
            And the USSR, without "democratic competition" developed and even surpassed in its development all the countries of "democracies" except one. And he was forcibly stopped and killed.
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              Russia of the Romanovs did not evolve

              So "evolved" that it ceased to exist, drowned in the blood of a civil war. If there is no Evolution, the Revolution naturally comes.
              And the USSR, without "democratic competition" developed and even surpassed in its development all the countries of "democracies" except one.

              So he overtook that he broke up. He violated the law of evolution!
              And he was forcibly stopped and killed.

              I could not stand the competition. I would be competitive, I could evolve, improve, become more efficient. Just a dictatorship leading to stagnation is the main reason for its failure.
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            This internal competition eventually degenerates into a jar with spiders, where everyone is worried about how to grab more power and a piece fatter, but there’s not enough time for real affairs
            1. pytar 17 March 2020 16: 05 New
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              This internal competition eventually degenerates into a jar with spiders, where everyone is worried about how to grab more power and a piece fatter, but there’s not enough time for real affairs

              This is the full mayor of authoritarian societies! The main concern of the dictator is to remain in power, suppressing the opposition and eliminating those whom he considers a threat for himself personally! The Swiss or other successful democracies have nothing of the kind. The weaknesses of democratic governance cannot be corrected by replacing dictatorship! Treating a hand knocking it out is a bad idea!
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                First, you confuse the concepts of tyrant and dictator. These are not synonyms at all.
                Secondly, equalizing Switzerland and Russia is about nothing. Due to their banks, they were allowed to become an island of stability, to exist without wars, upheavals, etc. In such periods, you can afford the luxury of a parliamentary republic, referenda for any reason, the planned and stable development of the economy, etc. ... Russia is not a spherical horse in a vacuum. It has such a geopolitical position that throughout the annals of history we have to struggle with external enemies and simultaneously with internal problems. Decisions in such cases often have to be made tough and quick. Otherwise, they will either devour it, or we’ll wrangle ourselves (fall apart), and then devour it. So, without a serious authoritarian system, we are nowhere. It is just a harsh reality and a current necessity. And beautiful dreams of ideal greenhouse conditions are just a waste of time and energy.
          3. Heathen 17 March 2020 20: 04 New
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            democracy is a fiction, a beautiful play on words. Dictatorship leads to regression. Yeah. And who is the dictator in Russia? I’m not watching something yet
            1. pytar 17 March 2020 21: 38 New
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              democracy is a fiction, a beautiful play on words.

              In Switzerland, for example, almost all decisions are taken in referenda.
              Dictatorship leads to regression.

              Therefore, it is not eternal.
              And who is the dictator in Russia?

              This will understand you ...
              I’m not watching something yet

              She's watching you ...
              1. Heathen 20 March 2020 21: 59 New
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                In Switzerland, for example, almost all decisions are taken in referenda.
                Seriously? Then why do they need a president, parliament, Supreme Court? In referenda, they solve vital issues for the country or local small things within the cantons. And their mechanisms for holding general referenda are hardly applicable to Russia.
                In addition, the parliamentary republic, as it is, in our conditions does not work, everything degenerates into a talking room, and the case of nichrome is not done ...

                The rest is about nothing ...
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      Quote: Pissarro

      Democracy does not guarantee that the bastard will not be in power. But it gives guarantees that the people will be able to drive the bastard out of power.


      And how, democracy drove Hitler?
      Maidans are able to expel only rulers of rags such as Nikolaev second, Gorbachev or Yanukovych. And Nikolai, the first for the rebels, will always find buckshot and Yeltsin tanks.


      You contradict yourself.

      Having come to power, Hitler replaced democracy with the authoritarian dictatorship of the "Leader of the German people."
      After 1933, there were no more elections in Germany, so no one could re-elect him.
      On March 24, 1933, the new Reichstag passed the Extraordinary Powers Act. According to this law, the government, headed by the Reich Chancellor, was given the authority to issue state laws (previously only the Reichstag could do this), and in Article 2 indicated that laws so promulgated may contain derogations from the constitution.

      Sound familiar?

      On August 2, 1934, at nine in the morning, at the age of 86, the German President Hindenburg died. Three hours later, it was announced that in accordance with the law adopted by the cabinet the day before the president’s death, the functions of chancellor and president are combined in one person and that Adolf Hitler assumed the powers of head of state and commander-in-chief of the armed forces. The president’s title was abolished; henceforth Hitler should be called the Fuhrer and the Reich Chancellor. Hitler demanded that all personnel of the armed forces swear allegiance not to Germany, not to the constitution, which he had violated by refusing to call the election of the Hindenburg successor, but to him personally.

      A referendum was held on August 19, at which 84,6% of the electorate approved these actions.

      Are we going to this?
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        We went to this when it was "Yes, yes, no, yes."
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    Well, I also don’t want to join the empire.

    What is an empire? I don’t know, "Well, I don’t want an empire either." laughing
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    I do not want to empire. I do not want to join this empire, which is being prepared by Putin, Gref, Miller, Sechin, Gundyaev. It is clear that Smirnov, Tereshkova, Okhlobystin are nothing more than pawns. As well as a pack of "peppy", rushed to all the media to assure that they are ready to plow up to 120 years.

    I do not want the same in the empire. The republic is closer to me than an empire with a monarch at the head.
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      You do not like the Empire, but I do not like the republic and do not believe in a democratic perspective for Russia, and in other countries democracy is a hidden form of the oligarchy, the empire, at least, is beautiful
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        The Empire is beautiful only for the richest people in it, but for the bulk
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          Quote: Kronos
          The Empire is beautiful only for the richest people in it, but for the bulk

          But in all countries, is it not so for the rich? The rich do not care where to live; in the republic, in the monarchy. under the dictatorship of the military. and so forth
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            In the socialist republics, the country for the entire population
      2. plebs 17 March 2020 01: 15 New
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        empire, at least - beautiful
        Yes, freeze in a snowdrift for a thousand kilometers from beautiful Paris, beauty!
  • Imperial Technocrat 16 March 2020 15: 13 New
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    _________ Do not want
  • Gene84 16 March 2020 15: 13 New
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    Gref does not need smart in Russia, enough to know how to

    one possessed Führer already dreamed of something similar.
    From the article https://russian7.ru/post/chto-gitler-khotel-sdelat-na-territori/
    To keep the slaves in full obedience, they should not have been given knowledge. No teacher would have the right to come to a Russian, Ukrainian or Latvian and teach him to read and write. The more primitive the people, the closer to the herd in terms of development and the easier it is to manage. Hitler was counting on this.

    The enslaved people would receive only imported products and would be completely dependent on them. Slaves were not supposed to: study, serve in the army, be treated, go to theaters, develop their culture and national identity. Hitler decided to leave only music for the entertainment of slaves, because it inspires labor. Subordinate peoples should have encouraged corruption. It corrupts, weakens the nation, and it is easier to keep in obedience.
    1. vik669 16 March 2020 17: 26 New
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      But for now, the Gref decide whether Russia needs them so ...!
  • Military77 16 March 2020 15: 16 New
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    Roman also forgot about the pension indexation that is not tied to anything (you can index it for 1 kop per year) and the obligation of children to take care of their parents, not their own, but, in principle, but here you can also throw 10-15 percent of the tax on parents generally stop old people paying pensions
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      Military77 Today, 15:16 PM

      Forgotten the "minimum wage not lower than the cost of living."
      For those who do not understand - this is a legalized "work for food."
      The minimum wage should definitely be above the subsistence level.
      1. andrew42 25 March 2020 11: 40 New
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        The cost of living, in legal terms, is much more important and significant than the minimum wage. This concept is primary, the minimum wage is secondary, because it must be compared with the cost of living. But just the cost of living, our gentlemen-monetarists in every way underestimate, because they know what the root is. And then they squeak about negative demography. In fact, the subsistence minimum should correspond to the normal existence of a family of 4 people - husband / wife / 2 children. Least! And it should include the REAL INDEXED costs: 1) for the grocery basket 2) for the communal apartment 3) for medicines and healthcare 4) for the education of children and the maintenance in kindergartens (since a considerable part of these costs is de facto transferred from the state to the population 5 ) for health improvement every three years (sanatorium-resort provision for the whole family) 6) for clothes and shoes 7) for the creation of a limited financial reserve within the family. Then you can talk about demography. Only now the structure of the modern quantifiable "unproductive minimum" remains a great secret for a citizen of the Russian Federation, this is with all modern "monitoring" and "digital economics." The conclusion is unequivocal: the current government does not need citizens, as the hero of Oliver Stone’s film “They are Poor, and Nobody Needs” said. The goal / task in power is different, and population growth / welfare of citizens is not included in this task at all.
  • Dimy4 16 March 2020 15: 18 New
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    so in general secretary, exit from the workplace

    Takeaway will be more correct.
  • Jarserge 16 March 2020 15: 19 New
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    How much garbage is poured out how much dirt is poured .. So many political centenarians, such as the ruler of Montenegro, are forgotten. The author forgot only to write what the charm of endlessly replaceable, racially correct, so-called "democratic" governments. Irresponsibility is their name and corruption. Germany alone is an inexhaustible topic ..... And the last one from the author is clearly megalomania ... Who cares where you want to live and where you do not want? For some reason, your ideological co-religionists end up either in the USA or in Israel (from where they migrate to Canada) and from there they continue to struggle with the "regime".
    1. garrett 16 March 2020 16: 04 New
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      The author forgot only to write what the charm of endlessly replaceable, racially correct, so-called "democratic" governments

      you are not focusing on that ... people are outraged that for our rulers, law is not a value and for the sake of momentary benefits they are ready to change the rules of the game, i.e. change the constitution (to friends - everything, to enemies - the law).
      1. Arkon 16 March 2020 18: 05 New
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        you are not focusing on that ... people are outraged that for our rulers, law is not a value


        And for which rulers legality is a value? Name it.
        1. Fan-fan 16 March 2020 20: 39 New
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          To name, yes it is full. Is it possible, for example, in the United States that Trump can also easily twist the constitution?
          1. Arkon 17 March 2020 09: 30 New
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            Quote: Fan-Fan
            Is it possible, for example, in the United States that Trump can also easily twist the constitution?


            In the United States, a management system has been created that does not depend on the identity of a particular president. And if any president wants to change this system, then he is stupidly killed. In the US, presidents lie, give false testimony, and provoke and kill opponents. Is this a role model for you?
          2. Heathen 17 March 2020 15: 02 New
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            In the states, the president is a puppet, steers congress
            1. andrew42 18 March 2020 11: 55 New
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              No, not Congress. Banking houses rule there. It’s just that Congress is a classic theater, and the president has become a one-man theater. There is also a theatrical series about the "princely" rivalry of the republican elephant with a democratic donkey. Boo-ta-fo-ri.
              1. Heathen 20 March 2020 21: 37 New
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                No, not Congress. Banking houses rule there.
                Hmmmm ... and here is the news from the bearded 2010th year: https://www.interfax.ru/business/133149 there In particular it is said that: “... the commission, consisting of a dozen parliamentarians, called for a harsh response from the heads of the largest banks USA. Among them are the leaders of leading banks such as Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, Morgan Stanley, Bank of America. " And who turns out who drives?
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                  Yes Yes. This is from the area "the rooster called the owner to account for stealing eggs from the chicken coop, and even takes the hens for soup." And how did the "called to a harsh answer" pay? - I believe that we will not find news about this, neither bearded nor fresh.
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                    The comparison is far-fetched and incorrect, invented for the sole purpose of not admitting being wrong. With the same success, I can develop it, suggesting that the mentioned bird just pecked out the eye of the owner for its atrocities)
                    In reality, everything is checked simply and without the slightest hint of a "conspiracy theory." It is enough to type in the search engine “fines paid by the largest banks in the USA” (if you wish, you can monitor data on individual banks) and you are provided with a selection of materials on this topic. In particular, here is an interesting article: https://institutiones.com/general/2550-izmenenie-arxitektury-bankovskoj-otrasli.html
                    If you have the patience to master the "multi-letters", it will become obvious that the US authorities now have a very serious influence and leverage even on large banks, both in the country and abroad. At the same time, of course, nobody will deliberately ruin them, breaking the financial system of their country, but they can squeeze for fraud very hard, including imposing such fines that the budget of many countries will not pull. Banks naturally try to resist, who would argue, and not always unsuccessfully, because money is also power, and considerable. But in this battle, they are clearly not favorites yet.
    2. Avior 17 March 2020 00: 42 New
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      Montenegro
      The term of office of the president is set at 5 years, with the right to a single re-election. The president is elected in direct elections by universal suffrage.
  • hohol95 16 March 2020 15: 21 New
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    Dear Roman!
    Announce the entire list of proposed candidates for the change of "KING"!
    hi
    1. Gardamir 16 March 2020 15: 49 New
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      Do you want them all tied up?
      1. hohol95 16 March 2020 15: 51 New
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        Yeah! Belted ... And they go in the flood on huts hiding.
        1. mikh-korsakov 16 March 2020 17: 17 New
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          Alexei! when I look at what remains of the glorified factory founded by Peter the Great, now bought and killed by an American and the mansions that grew like mushrooms. A thought stirs in my head. and suddenly somewhere in the surrounding forests Lenin sits on a stump and writes, writes ... But alas, there is now a restaurant near Shalashik, which is called that.
          1. hohol95 16 March 2020 17: 32 New
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            You can’t drive us into huts now. But the restaurant is not enough ...
            But the candidates go all over the “Farmhouse” and “The Chamber” are sitting!
            I don’t know a single person - the Communists are in the “sweet opposition”, as are the LDPers.
            It’s not the system engineers who collect crumbs abroad, like little sparrows ...
            1. Fan-fan 16 March 2020 20: 44 New
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              The fact is that as soon as a candidate dangerous to them appears, they immediately remove him, for example, they simply killed General Rokhlin, ruined Grudinin, took away the collective farm and, in addition, rinsed everything with rapture in the mud, right down to his underpants.
              1. Lekz 16 March 2020 23: 22 New
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                General Rokhlin was simply killed, and Grudinin was ruined, the collective farm was taken away ...

                Have you just been woken up? Rokhlin was killed by his wife, Grudinin had to carefully hide his foreign assets with liabilities, and the collective farm, as it was with the shareholders, was returned to them ...
                1. sevryuk 17 March 2020 00: 33 New
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                  Well, yes, Berezovsky hanged himself on a tie, creaked from the heck poisoned ...
                  1. hohol95 17 March 2020 09: 52 New
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                    Is the swan also a special helicopter broken?
                  2. Lekz 17 March 2020 11: 01 New
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                    Well, yes, polonium is over, and the newcomer did not have time to give a lift, so I had to tie ... By the way, what about the Skripaly?
                2. Varyag71 17 March 2020 12: 48 New
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                  Watch less TV
      2. Krasnoyarsk 17 March 2020 11: 07 New
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        Quote: Gardamir
        Do you want them all tied up?

        Do you want to say that there are any surnames in the list? There is a leaflet in which it is written: A list of candidates, then from top to bottom 1,2,3, etc. and that's it. No surnames.
        Hopefully not yet.
    2. vik669 16 March 2020 17: 30 New
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      The list of people who want to steer well is very considerable, but there is already an opinion that it will not be worse and will not be better, too!
    3. Loess 17 March 2020 08: 59 New
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      Quote: hohol95
      Announce ALL list of candidates

      Everything is as always, because there is no alternative. Even in Ukraine, where the people are five times smaller, the alternative is worthless, but it was found.

      Well, if you add 2 + 2, it turns out ...
      "Shitty alternative" of Ukraine is Zelensky - actor. In ... hmmm ... in what is written by the author a lot of time is devoted to Okhlobystin. Okhlobystin is an actor. Conclusion: the author proposes Okhlobystin to the kings. Quite a "worthless alternative." Logic, however.
  • Keyser soze 16 March 2020 15: 24 New
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    Empire by empire. But why do you want to restore the feudal-capitalist Empire, this is strange. And then again, get to the October Revolution and the cycle of history will be completed.
    1. Paranoid50 16 March 2020 20: 39 New
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      Quote: Keyser Soze
      And then again

      See comments for Boyan, yeah.
  • Uncle lee 16 March 2020 15: 25 New
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    Zagrebny and galley rowers
    1. New Year day 16 March 2020 15: 46 New
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      Quote: hohol95
      Announce the entire list of proposed candidates for the change of "KING"!

      here are the candidates ...

      and these vote ..
      laughing
  • 16112014nk 16 March 2020 15: 26 New
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    Often disagree with Skomorokhov, but in this case, “For” with two hands.
    Of the 80 million who have the right to elect and be elected not to find another presidential candidate? This cannot be!
    1. hohol95 16 March 2020 15: 43 New
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      So in the national team on football (hockey, rugby) players can not in any way recruit (educate) the European level! And then a whole presidential candidate ...
      Judging by the successes of the synchronized swimmers, a synchronized swimming coach must be nominated as president! hi
      1. sevryuk 17 March 2020 00: 34 New
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        More from rhythmic gymnasts! )))
  • ILIA 16 March 2020 15: 28 New
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    straight children)))
  • bzbo 16 March 2020 15: 33 New
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    Soros, Rothschild, Rockefeller - urgently re-elected ...............
  • LCA
    LCA 16 March 2020 15: 36 New
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    Criticism is a project of creating a better future, and not a censure of the present and past, depriving people of power over their present and future.
    -----
    It seems easier to remove only the pretext “in” in the usual question: “Do you believe in God?” and express it differently: "Do you believe God?" But these are two completely different questions, and the answers to them lead to life in one of two different worlds.
  • LCA
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    For our contemporaries, the continuity of the strategy of I.V. Stalin and V.V. Putin, as well as the true reasons for the hysteria of the Russian and Western bourgeois liberals: they are not afraid of the fact itself in the perspective of the 12-year stay of V.V. Putin is at the helm of Russian civilization, and the threat of turning the “manager they hired” into an autocrat that expresses the interests of the development of Russian civilization, as a result of which the ship Russia will change the course prescribed by Western navigators to its own ...
    1. Ross xnumx 16 March 2020 16: 21 New
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      Quote: LCA
      For our contemporaries, the continuity of the strategy of I.V. Stalin and V.V. Putin

      Stalin did not wear suits for € 7000 and hours for $ 50 ... belay
      1. Freeman 16 March 2020 17: 17 New
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        Quote: ROSS 42
        Quote: LCA
        For our contemporaries, the continuity of the strategy of I.V. Stalin and V.V. Putin

        Stalin did not wear suits for € 7000 and hours for $ 50 ... belay

        This is not an argument.
        I read about such a case (I do not transmit verbatim)
        Once the “walkers” at the reception of MI Kalin, reproached him that he wears an expensive suit and boots, while they themselves are dressed in “Armenians and bast shoes”.
        Kalinin replied - And you will not be ashamed if the head of the Soviet Government, at a meeting with foreign ambassadors will be in bast shoes?
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          And you will not be ashamed

          Therefore, it is not necessary to compare Kalinin and the “walkers,” like Stalin, with Putin, who has this costume not the only one, like a dozen hours ...
          The master rises up ... And Lenin gave his gold medal for the purchase of bread ... Have the administrative costs in Russia increased recently?
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            Well, yes, it's so cool to go to the head of state in the same worn out suit. Kindergarten, pants on the straps, damn it!
  • LCA
    LCA 16 March 2020 15: 40 New
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    Ascension of V. Putin to the top of the list of the most influential people in the world is also an appeal to V. Putin himself. Thus, “invisible power” on the one hand gives Putin carte blanche to further pursue the strategy he has begun with regard to Russia and all of humanity (the fact that the scale of V. Putin’s managerial activity is global is no longer in doubt), and on the other, he points out to the Hierarchy of relationships in the global "elite", which this "elite" should continue to observe.
  • Odysseus 16 March 2020 15: 41 New
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    Dear author, you can’t worry, almost anything can be in Russia, but it’s impossible to get into the Tereshkova and Okhlobystin empire. It simply cannot be realized; it is a non-existent entity.
    Oligarchic-mafia capitalism, and even living only due to parasitism on the Soviet legacy and the sale of minerals, is not an empire and cannot become an empire.
    I would be worried about something else - Putin’s group can no longer afford even a formal first-person replacement (which they did well in the late 90s): they’ll simply be devoured. This is understandable, but why is this circus with "zeroing"? After all, this is essentially a crossbow. If the authorities are not able to implement the option with the State Council and are forced to go over to the direct dictatorship a la Pinochet, then either the position of the power group is critical or they simply lost their adequacy.
    The same applies to a number of strange decisions of recent times. What kind of strange crossbow is it with getting out of the deal with OPEC? Why is this economic suicide, and even during the state coup?
    In principle, in the Russian Federation, the Soviet legacy will still be enough for 10-12 years, but if the authorities continue at the same pace, then they themselves will create a revolutionary situation in a year or two.
    Moreover, we are entering this revolutionary situation without the Bolshevik party ......
    1. plebs 17 March 2020 01: 25 New
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      In February 1917 they entered without the Bolsheviks, so what? The Soviets decided everything, organize on the ground and do not wait for handouts from the tsars, Bolsheviks, etc.
  • LCA
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    Unfortunately, there are no alternatives to Putin. Putin’s task is to maintain statehood. The task of the crowds and the "elite" is to become people, i.e. by the people. And only then, the people will rule the country, and not elect their rulers. In another way - it will not work.

    The level of gaining freedom is one only: a person, acting in good conscience, is aware of the objective difference between Good and Evil, their meaning, and on this basis, taking the side of Good, gains the ability to master independently the knowledge developed by others and to produce “from scratch” new for him and society knowledge and skills of any nature in advance or at the pace of development of the situation.

    Everyone knows everything, but absolutely ALL is only God!
    1. Fan-fan 16 March 2020 20: 52 New
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      Putin’s task is to maintain statehood.

      You are mistaken, here another task is to preserve your comfortable and irresponsible existence.
  • Thrifty 16 March 2020 15: 44 New
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    Roman, between maybe and wants a huge difference! I mean whether Putin really wants to change this system! As an FSB reserve officer, he could even create a government in his first term that could clearly divide the interests of the state and weed out those who want only personal profit while in power. But since he did nothing then, why would he REALLY engage in economics now? Everything suited him, only suddenly the people began to complain a lot, they say they got tired of living in poverty. So the new IMITATION of violent activity will begin with a near-zero result in the end! And the king is so-so, and the boyars, not fish is not meat, but the country is confidently creeping to the abyss. ...
  • LCA
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    The present time is not only an era of everyday problems, but it also represents the time given from Above so that people in Russia (Russian civilization) change their minds, give birth and express a dream about the future, on the basis of which the society will develop in the future in a stable and crisis-free way and safe.
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  • Gardamir 16 March 2020 15: 47 New
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    A little sideways, claims to the Bolsheviks. Why are the employees of the Cheka-KGB-FSB considered officers. No, I understand they give the form. I also had a uniform at school. By the way, policemen are police officers, too, because they work in offices.
    And yes, everything that Roman wrote is fully supported.
  • Amateur 16 March 2020 15: 47 New
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    I watched on TV the performance of Tereshkova. Grandma hardly read a piece of paper. I involuntarily recalled “Dear Leonid Ilyich” with his “boobs masiski (systematically, for those who have not heard or vice versa already forgotten) and“ boobies fucked up ”(socialist countries). But for some reason she agreed to this shooting speech, so as to remain in the memory of the people not as the first astronaut, but as a “populizer” of controversial ideas.
    Well, GDP. I personally had great respect for him and his work, in spite of the Chubais, Grefs and Kudrins. Well, the Crimea caused a feeling that in our time there could be Peter, Catherine II, Stalin. But the fuss with pension reform began. I was waiting for his speech and what he will say is something like: “Citizens and citizens! The current government is mediocre asking spent your pension money, so there’s nothing to pay a pension. It’s my fault too, because The president is responsible for everything. I send Medvedev, nn, mm, etc. to resign and entrust the prosecutor's office to check their activities.
    And you, dear Russians, I ask you to be patient again and agree to an increase in the retirement age. "
    And the people would understand and accept it. And he missed in the style of his annual addresses and caused only a negative reaction.
    1. Clone 16 March 2020 19: 47 New
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      It is incorrect to compare speech defects of Leonid Ilyich, as a result of a severe wound received during the Great Patriotic War, and a potential victim of dementia, a horseradish cloud clinging to power years ago.
  • Adam Khomich 16 March 2020 15: 48 New
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    After Tereshkova’s sudden statement, Putin suddenly entered the State Duma hall to suddenly respond to the sudden statement. In his hands was a folder with a suddenly typed text of a sudden response to a sudden statement. I believe :-)
  • rusich 16 March 2020 15: 48 New
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    I was ready to vote for amendments to the Constitution, as initially promised the integrity of the state, etc. .. But after the initiative of the pawns of Tereshkova and Okhlobystin I will vote “AGAINST”. I do not want to empire. I do not want to join this empire, which is being prepared by Putin, Gref, Miller, Sechin, Gundyaev.
    1. Pissarro 16 March 2020 16: 44 New
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      That is, for you, the integrity of the state is a less important question than the ass on the throne?
      1. Kronos 16 March 2020 17: 19 New
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        Integrity was guaranteed by the current constitution.
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        That is, for you, the integrity of the state is a less important question than the ass on the throne?

        When Leonid Brezhnev died, everyone began to think: "how will we continue to live?"
        When Yu.A. Andropov died, everyone began to think: "how will we continue to live?"
        When K.U. Chernenko died, no one thought anything, because he first became Secretary General, then he directed, and then he died without regaining consciousness.
        Then there was Gorbachev, who turned from a pharaoh into an ordinary boss. everyone began to think: “how will we continue to live?”, and he turned out to be a talker and a fool.
        Then B.N. Yeltsin became. Everyone began to think: "how will we live on?" And when he gave everyone a New Year's gift, everyone breathed a sigh of relief, although he was replaced by an unknown colonel.
        Sooner or later, someone will come to replace the underground.
        Well, the Russian land as it was, it will be so. And there is no power that could change that.
        There will always be Citizen Minin and Prince Pozharsky
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          May not bring the country to another turmoil? I have no doubt in the coming of the next Pozharsky and Minin for her salvation, but before that all the grief is whipped
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          Or Gorbachev
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          It would be nice, of course. Only now for each Pozharsky and Minin there is his Filaret with a group of boyars-comrades.
  • LCA
    LCA 16 March 2020 15: 49 New
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    M.E. Saltykov-Shchedrin:
    “A man is not even afraid of domestic politics, because he simply does not understand it. As you do not bother him, he will still think that this is not “internal politics”, but simply divine permissiveness, such as pestilence, famine, floods, with the only difference being that this time the embodiment of this permissiveness is pompadour.

    Does he need to understand what domestic politics is? - opinions on this subject may be different; but I, for my part, say bluntly: beware gentlemen! because as soon as a man understands what domestic politics is - ni-ni, c'est fini! "(Over). ("Pompadour and pompadour").

    That is, M.E. Saltykov-Shchedrin was convinced that:
    If society understands what “domestic politics” is, then it will become impossible to abuse its ignorance in the field of sociology, as a result of which politics will inevitably change qualitatively.
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      "Power must keep people in constant amazement"
      If not mistaken, the same Saltykov-Shchedrin.
  • Olya Tsako 16 March 2020 15: 49 New
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    “I won’t be surprised if, after 200 years, our wise descendants decide both to attribute the President and the Patriarch to the face of saints. In Russian history, this is very close.
    In short: I personally will go to vote more than for amendments to the Constitution, I will go to vote for the future Russian Empire. ”
    If we have, in fact, autocracy, why not include in the amendments to the New Constitution the clause "restoration of the Russian Empire in its appearance, as at the time of the last renunciation of the Russian Emperor from power" and present it to the world public?
    On the day of the referendum on April 22, 2020? Day 150 - The anniversary of the birthday of Vladimir Ilyichich Lenin?
    This happens once every 150 years.
    1. AK1972 16 March 2020 16: 30 New
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      Quote: Olya Tsako
      I will not be surprised if, after 200 years, our wise descendants decide both the President and the Patriarch to ascribe saints. In Russian history, this is very often.

      Here I licked, so licked. It would be better Miramistin !!! screaming in a wicked, burry voice
    2. parusnik 16 March 2020 17: 50 New
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      Day 150 - The anniversary of the birthday of Vladimir Ilyichich Lenin?
      .... Gee ... nooo ... April 21, the post ends laughing
      1. Olya Tsako 16 March 2020 17: 54 New
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        And sho we (RF) have from that post.
        What does the post have to do with it, uncle?
  • faterdom 16 March 2020 15: 50 New
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    Whether it’s good or bad is unknown. For me, tracing paper with Americans about two terms (regardless of Putin) has always raised the question: what? What global projects and realignments can I crank out in 4 years? Of which, the first six months, coordination, formation, and placement of personnel, the last year is the “lame duck,” preparing for new elections. Total - 2,5 years of pure presidency (arithmetic mean between the evolution of a conscript soldier and a conscript conscript from the late USSR).
    So, about the number of terms - suddenly someone is perfect and brilliant (well, lucky for the country, why miss this chance?) ...
    A kind, Julius Caesar, doing 12 things at the same time, and the Rubicon boldly passing ...
    Only this candidate for Caesar will not pass the Rubicon of liberalism and nepotism, he is mumbled by the income of his friends for a million a day - he suffers! His all sorts of muddy "partner" courts brazenly put on the headstock - he pays! His all sorts of advisers on the path to curtailing state obligations lead - he goes (this is the monetization of benefits, and a pension, and the reduction of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, and the commercialization of healthcare and much more) ... For him, Sobchak is our everything, Yeltsin is worthy of a mausoleum with school trips, Solzhenitsyn - places in textbooks for schools ...
    That is - we do not mind being king, but we do not want to strengthen the kingdom as our own home!
    And do we need such a Caesar? Not "Ave!", Caesar - oh not "Ave!"
    We don’t know where you are leading, and we do not welcome you ...
    Such is the bifurcated road! I personally am not opposed to eliminating the time limit, but I will never vote for Putin anymore .... Although ... he would start by saying that the pensioner is back, the people apologize, the perpetrators are accountable! Confiscation of unexplained income and property! Payments in state-owned companies - only in shares of the presidential allowance! Whoever wants to leave, so let him leave, there is little loss! As for such Putin, I would have thought ...
    So, he has a chance in my head, but so far a ghostly one.
    1. Dizel200 16 March 2020 18: 17 New
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      But the point is not that in a short time does not have time to do what was intended. The thing is nonsense and fooling his own people. Does this bother you? And this is already logged in)))
    2. andrew42 17 March 2020 14: 43 New
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      I support 100%. Personally, I put an end to myself on this “lover of imperial symbolism” after he answered with embitterment at the conference that “we do not need ideology”. This is the finish line, - "Give up hope everyone entering here!" Because the translation into Russian is unequivocal: "we have pulled the country into our pockets, and we will pulled it away - we will not ask slaves"
  • mark2 16 March 2020 15: 55 New
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    Hello everybody.
    Here I read the comments here and the impression is that the romanticists gathered idealists who believe in the law of democracy and who believe that under democracy everything should be based on the opinion of the people, which he expresses on the sidelines and in a whisper.
    So here. Neither the president nor the government is in trouble to listen to us until we say it loudly and amicably.
    . I do not want Tereshkova and Okhlobystin to the empire

    So fight it !!
    As the Bolsheviks sang in a song: No one will give us deliverance: neither god nor king nor hero ....
    Only a constant confrontation between the government and the people will force the first to compromise and be in good shape.
    We are all shy, looking for excuses for the actions of the authorities, we hope for their prudence. They do not have such an authority.
    The authorities only hear friendly "No" from their citizens.
  • Shahno 16 March 2020 15: 57 New
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    Well yes. Roman, but you did not understand before that the state has you. Or is it impatient now?
  • Campanella 16 March 2020 15: 59 New
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    This is wonderful about deadwood, because of the high cost of gas connections in Russia, this is the most relevant amendment. I would also amend the lakes, rivers and ponds.
  • hohol95 16 March 2020 15: 59 New
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    Four-time chancellor of Germany Helmut Kohl is forgotten.
  • BAI
    BAI 16 March 2020 16: 03 New
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    Yes, we already live in this empire. How is it quoted Prusakova from Altai?
    2012, Putin: “If I wanted to extend my term in power, I would just change the Constitution. But that would mean that we live in an authoritarian-totalitarian state.” We are changing the Constitution, and we are living in this state.
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  • Ross xnumx 16 March 2020 16: 13 New
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    Okhlobystin liked:
    Pr-rrrr-resident pr-rrrrrr-rerede all rrrrrr-Russian officer-rrrrrrr, and rrrrrrr -Russian officer-rrrr-ry nobody rrrrrr-sir For the sake of the Fatherland do not spare, in the first-rrrr-rvuyu outline-rrrrr-red themselves.

    Mirrrrrr Ramistin Putin for horrrrrrla Russia is necessary !!! fellow
    With general respect for the artistic talent of Ivan Okhlobystin and for himself, as the head of a large family, I want to note that the employees of the department, where once the communist Putin wore officer epaulets, were not considered officers in Russia, but had other names: such as “Nadvorny Advisor ”and the difference was that civil servants wore insignia on the collar ...
    I’ll tell you more, self-respecting officers have never been friends with secret advisers, just like combat officers in the Soviet army — with officers of a special department or directors of DOS who could come to serve in civilian clothes ... By the way, the Head of the Voentorg SF Choyr (MPR) was also not considered a naval officer (although he wore a uniform for parades).
    So, to achieve his goals, Putin spared neither the poor with minimum wages and salaries of 12130 rubles, nor pensioners with a minimum pension of 8016 rubles, nor potential pensioners who would be robbed of 1500 rubles, but they may not live up to pension. And there are also drivers who pay taxes three times for the right to drive on roads, mushroom pickers, berry pickers ... But for the sake of the Fatherland, it was necessary to halve the apparatus of officials and the presidential administration, adopt the progressive taxation scale (PIT) and equate the salaries of civil servants to the minimum wage (or average for country, it is possible for the region) with a maximum difference (for the president) of 000-6 times (the rest is less because the GDP itself stated that it has never seen that subordinates earn more than the boss)
    hi
    1. Wedmak 16 March 2020 16: 44 New
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      And it was necessary for the sake of the Fatherland

      Why aren't you in the deputies? Would have made such amendments, businessly.
      1. Ross xnumx 16 March 2020 20: 07 New
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        Quote: Wedmak
        Why aren't you in the deputies?

        Erysipelas didn’t come out, and he didn’t bend his back to the authorities ... But now, he has neither the strength nor the desire to stir this shit.
    2. Igoresha 16 March 2020 20: 04 New
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      And it was necessary for the sake of the Fatherland
      so he optimized medicine, reduced unnecessary idlers-doctors
    3. andrew42 17 March 2020 17: 25 New
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      Ivan Okhlobystin is a talented actor, but the monarchist is inveterate. Here it would be better "to say good morning, and to keep silent at worst." So to the laurels of Makarevich-Akhedzhakova not far. I, jacket, as it is inconvenient about the officer's honor to procrastinate, did not deserve this right. And here, Such judgments ... And "Russian officers do not spare ANYTHING for the sake of the Fatherland," as it brings a different meaning - this already happened in Civil.
  • vvp2412 16 March 2020 16: 17 New
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    Author!
    And why don't you give other developed countries as an example? The article next to it just says about them!
    Fu Fu Fu!
    The article smacks of .... a sheep ....
    1. Revival 16 March 2020 16: 46 New
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      And what are these other developed countries?
      1. vvp2412 17 March 2020 11: 48 New