From potatoes to record chicks. How to discreetly lose face


Alexander G. Lukashenko is the unconditional mastodon of post-Soviet policy. Having sat in the chair of the President of Belarus in July 1994, the former political commissar and secretary of the party committee, Lukashenko seems simply “Teflon” to historical and political whirlwinds. Nothing sticks to him and nothing burns. Back in the early 90s, he easily bypassed the nationalist party of the Belarusian Popular Front, whose unofficial face was Vasil Bykov himself, who in his old age slid to terry anti-communism and, as a result, to Russophobia. It was impossible to call his purely political tactics subtle and elegant, but it was effective ...


Blossom on someone else's background


Lukashenko was well aware that all the former Soviet republics would always be in the contrasting shadow of Moscow. And they jumped out of the Union solely on the assurance that they would be even richer than Moscow. Therefore, Lukashenko, cleverly manipulating illusions within the CIS and Russia's imperial nostalgia for the Union and the fraternity, maintained order and an adequate standard of living in his country to periodically point a finger toward a neighbor mired in the war for example to his citizens.

And against the background of Yeltsin, Alexander Grigoryevich looked completely brilliant. Yeltsin took up a glass - Lukashenka took a shovel, Boris was taken in a resuscitation limousine - Alexander steers a tractor, the “father” with industrialists walks around BelAZ workshops, and the “tsar” Boris, surrounded by oligarchs, continues to ring in glasses.

From a height of years, all this, of course, seems to be a measurement of the temperature in a typhoid hut. After all, once it seemed commonplace to open large-scale production and seeing off spacecraft into space, rather than trying to save or sell the rest more expensive. But the sympathy of the people, obviously, fell on Lukashenko, although he was clearly not an outstanding figure with such political tricks. Entire volumes of ridiculous pearls were easily forgiven:

"Just picked up the eggs, as soon as the milk disappeared."
"You asked for rain - I gave you rain!"
“And God forbid to cope with his native Belarus. Agree that this piece is enough to swallow it. God forbid, at least somehow chew for five years. "
“We don’t need there: an automated system of election fraud. Do not. We will create a state. ”


From potatoes to record chicks. How to discreetly lose face

His quotes can compete even with Klitschko. But all this, of course, was forgiven. How can you not forgive, when you look towards the "Tsar" Boris unwittingly start to be baptized. And it is no secret that many promised him the prospect of trying on the crown of the Mother See himself. Therefore, the creation of the Union State, perhaps, seemed to Alexander Grigorievich a real gift on the way to Moscow.

And in 1996, in the St. George Hall of the Kremlin, under the agreement on the formation of the Community of Belarus and Russia, Boris Nikolayevich scribbled a trembling tremor and Alexander Grigoryevich signed his hand with complete hope. And everything went as it should. The contrast continued to work. A potato, a tractor, a barn - a glass, a hospital, oligarchs. And all the same nostalgia helped pump the country with cheap resources.

I'm tired, I'm leaving ...


Suddenly, like thunder from a clear Minsk sky, the news broke that Yeltsin was leaving. Alarming bells about the appearance of a young and active chairman of the government Vladimir Putin, who showed his teeth in the Caucasus, and before that, the “father” had come around with a nervous tick. And now it was worth starting to change the concept, to reach a new level, but it was not clear what to expect from the new leader. Moreover, Lukashenko has already managed to earn the title of "last dictator of Europe."

And the cunning fellow in Moscow stopped organizing photo shoots, and no one saw him with a bottle. On the contrary, a person in the status of president, who had not been seen for years beyond the table, suddenly appeared in an army tent, lit up at a plant not yet dead, managed to get into a combat aircraft, and even began to make quite reasonable offers on the international stage. And what is all this to cover?


And then the inertia of thinking worked. Alexander Grigorievich with a vengeance took hold of a shovel, loaded potatoes, inspected the cowsheds and again walked around his beloved MAZ and BelAZ. But nostalgia for Russia worked, raw materials and purchases of Belarusian products were on, so there was nothing to wipe away tears about failed political leadership.

Time passed, but receptions did not change


Over time, it seemed that Lukashenko came to terms with the situation, as if there were no thoughts about the Russian crown, and took the place of an experienced juggler between the periodic blackmail of Russia by threats to “leave” to Europe and promises to Western countries to take a course towards rapprochement. At some point, Alexander Grigoryevich seemed to begin to enjoy it, repeating the scheme over and over again, not noticing that he had simply begun to engage not only in cheap extortion, but also to lose face.

Well, how many times can you dig up potatoes? And shake your melons, clapping each watermelon like a baby in the ass? And even more so it’s time to reconsider the “strategy” of political behavior, when in the cowsheds of the president they even take record-breaking chicks for “their own”. Meanwhile, spice is added by the loss-making of MAZ and the actual stop of the BelAZ conveyor.

And then came the coronavirus, highlighting the perversity of the most diverse spheres of human life. Such an unexpected guest made many venerable politicians think about how to behave in the information arena. Boris Johnson “decided” to join the disease and fell with the coronavirus, barricaded himself on Downing Street. Despite as many as three tests for the virus, Angela Merkel still quarantined. Donald Trump, despite the situation, remains stoic business calm, as if an epidemic plays into his hands.


And how did Lukashenko react, who could well use the situation as a chance to change his inert policy? In the same way as before I reacted: I decided not to reinvent the wheel. At first he stated that all of Russia “was blazing with a coronavirus”, apparently nostalgic for the contrast of the times of Tsar Boris, where he had traveled for years and years in a row. Further, so that the cognitive dissonance would be bent from shock, he continued with indignation that Russia was closing the border. A little later, he poured pearls during a hockey match, playing the role of a rural epidemiologist. And all this is by no means some kind of sudden outbreak of a confused person - it is a principle of action, a natural outburst of a political career. This political dementia will continue to gain momentum. And complaints in the style of a resentful schoolboy, which the head of state doesn’t face at all, about network bloggers who speak about Alexander Grigoryevich are very critical, is just a piece of the general mosaic.

The main thing is that when Moscow periodically gets tired of the dependency of the Minsk tsar and threatens to turn the gates, Lukashenko deliberately puts emphasis on the plural pronoun - “we”. Thus, he uses the Belarusian people as hostages, mindful of the imperial nostalgia of Moscow for brotherhood and unity. At the same time, even this technique is slowly burying Lukashenko, because he passionately describes the intimate poses in which, in his opinion, Russia puts Belarus, this antediluvian figure is betraying the political trump cards of the nationalist opposition like the aforementioned Belarusian Popular Front party with his own hands. And, as is known from the example of Ukraine, active Nazis do not need a lot of votes, an aggressive crowd is enough.
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  1. Cowbra April 3 2020 04: 54 New
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    M-de ... Download Old Man - from all sides! Ish, what a bastard - well, he has nothing good! It’s true that we would recall that it was crap on Chubais, namely, that Lukoshenko did a science city, and we have tank sights. Not from Chubai Assa! (Neither pay nor advance!)
    1. Stas157 April 3 2020 07: 03 New
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      A cunning fellow in Moscow stopped making photo shoots

      Are you talking about the head-hunter-seeker amphora ?? And the last photo shoot doesn’t count, where did our hero in a yellow blanket suit against the background of doctors in bandages defile?
      I personally like this photo session more to my liking:

      1. Lipchanin April 3 2020 08: 32 New
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        Quote: Stas157
        I personally like this photo session more to my liking:

        But I like this lol
        1. novel66 April 3 2020 08: 52 New
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          good taste! Hello! hi
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      2. EvilLion April 3 2020 08: 36 New
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        Well, yes, the head of state should dig potatoes. Well, if this is the maximum that he can, then why is he needed at all? The president is kept so that he thinks.
        1. antique April 3 2020 13: 14 New
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          Quote: EvilLion
          Well, yes, the head of state should dig potatoes. Well, if this is the maximum that he can, then why is he needed at all? The president is kept so that he thinks.

          I agree completely. The president must think, not lie and not hypocrite his own people. It seems to me that Lukashenko is always extremely honest with his citizens.
      3. Bar1 April 3 2020 09: 14 New
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        Quote: Stas157
        I personally like this photo session more to my liking:


        potato is too small.
      4. Oleg2003 April 3 2020 11: 04 New
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        There is the place for him, nowhere else
      5. Den717 April 3 2020 14: 02 New
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        Quote: Stas157
        I personally like this photo session more to my liking:

        Obviously, your opinion was not conveyed to Putin ... Maybe I would consider ... laughing
      6. JD1979 April 3 2020 14: 57 New
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        Quote: Stas157
        I personally like this photo session more to my liking:


        What do you like? The ostentatious production from the unfortunate chairman of the collective farm who held on to the net with potatoes?))) The tops of the green))) They beautifully drove a couple of rows from the edge of the field and raked them up, they dumped the dust directly into the dust so that, God forbid, hesitated))) You where did you see something to dig potatoes?))
        This hoopoe Klitschko has overtaken phrases for a long time. Yesterday he gave another insanity in the news: he accused the doctors of the Vitebsk region of being infected with the coronavirus ... And the fact that they have nothing but gauze from protection ... and is not expected, only if at their own expense. Maybe you take it to yourself, so beautiful, let him take pictures of you and tell tales.
        1. Campanella April 3 2020 19: 43 New
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          The collective farmers Lukashenko is closer to us than the esthete Putin with his Siberian Cranes, amphorae, fighters.
          And then potatoes, cows, fresh milk ...
      7. Cyrus April 3 2020 15: 43 New
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        To each his own, to whom to dig potatoes, to whom to rule by power. And here’s the question, and the Darkest, what do you think should roam in a shirt and shorts for an infection?
        1. Jager April 4 2020 18: 40 New
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          A normal ruler does not make yellow comedy out of this. Or was Kalina not enough?
      8. Shelest2000 April 3 2020 19: 10 New
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        Are you talking about the head-hunter-seeker amphora ?? And the last photo shoot doesn’t count, where did our hero in a yellow blanket suit against the background of doctors in bandages defile?
        I personally like this photo session more to my liking:

        I agree. Grygoritch is a fan of his country, of his people, and does not portray an aged telepuzik. Funny and sad ....
      9. About 2 April 5 2020 06: 46 New
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        We must also remind the author of Stepashin’s interview on the cessation of the war in the Caucasus, where he said that all these measures were worked out before Putin and not by him, but he came to everything ready. This interview was on TV in the beginning of the XNUMXs.
        1. wolf20032 April 7 2020 12: 20 New
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          Well, then why did Stepashin not implement these measures?
    2. Uncle Izya April 3 2020 07: 34 New
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      In Russia, there were 8 tractor factories, there was only one MTB production in Leningrad, and that was killed by the Yeltsenists. Luke retained something at least
      1. Basil50 April 3 2020 08: 20 New
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        The author gracefully went around a lot.
        * The phenomenon * of Lukashenka’s longevity is only in the fact that in YOUR * republic * they have eradicated ALL competitors in both enrichment and power. There is nothing else there except the cultivation of hereditary power and the effort to preserve * acquired by overwork *.
        The surroundings can be different, in Europe and not only, there are very good examples of the inheritance of power. Why is Lukashenko worse?
        1. Lopatov April 3 2020 08: 33 New
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          Quote: Vasily50
          Lukashenko only in the fact that in his own * republic * they eradicated ALL competitors in both enrichment and power.

          First of all, their pro-Russian segment.
          Pro-Western - bloom and smell. So that he could at any moment nod to the next "celebrator of the Battle of Orsha" in order to scare Russia with Belarus without Lukashenko.
          1. Lelek April 3 2020 13: 50 New
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            Pro-Western - bloom and smell.

            hi
            Smell - yes, but some kind of blooming bloom. Lag tried to "pout" to the European "colleague", and "Europe" to him: "stand, Dawn" and sanctions on his neck, while he ("Europe") howling, and friendship - Ruin in the wake. So that (IMHO), worthless strategist Alexander Grygorich.
      2. EvilLion April 3 2020 08: 42 New
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        Well, if tractors began to be destroyed several times less, then they need to be produced less. Although you are arguing from a position of stagnation, which was already scoffed at in the USSR, that industry works for itself, and the plant is needed to give its employees an apartment. But on the shelves in the shops, not a damn thing, although the whole country goes to work. Actually, all supposedly collapsed factories in Russia are divided into 3 types:
        1) Became superfluous, for example, due to the reduction of the army, or reorganization into more efficient forms of management, in particular in agriculture.
        2) Producing a non-competitive product, instead of which everyone began to buy better imports.
        3) Producing kerosene lamps and other chapel.
        1. Lopatov April 3 2020 08: 47 New
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          Quote: EvilLion
          Releasing a non-competitive product,

          Very often such "non-competitiveness" was artificial

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          Quote: EvilLion
          1) Became superfluous, for example, due to the reduction of the army, or reorganization into more efficient forms of management, in particular in agriculture.

          Again, often an artificial phenomenon.
          1. EvilLion April 3 2020 09: 03 New
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            Tell jokes about AvtoVAZ? Or maybe about the biggest Soviet microcircuits?

            Again, often an artificial phenomenon.


            If you had an army of 5 million, but became 2.5 million, then probably its needs will also fall by a factor of 2, and if of the 2.5 million, the bulk is the soldier from the infantry, who, at the very least, is fed and dressed and given shoot the horn in 2 years, and some obscure officers from empty org. structures, then, probably, tank plants will sit without orders. Moreover, it was precisely the defense industry on the territory of the RSFSR that was not 3/4. To do tanks, planes and missiles in Central Asia somehow did not work out very well.
            1. Lopatov April 3 2020 11: 46 New
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              Quote: EvilLion
              If your army was 5 million, and it became 2.5 million, then probably its needs will also fall by 2 times

              Is not a fact. Rather, the opposite.
              In addition, they deprived a significant share of real export revenues (as in the example with Iran, they were ready to pay real money, but the Hor-Chernomyrdin deal deprived us of billions)
              In addition, the localization of production in Russia, the refusal of supplies from the "fraternal republics"

              You see, even here there is obvious artificiality.
        2. Bar1 April 3 2020 09: 05 New
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          Quote: EvilLion
          Actually, all supposedly collapsed factories in Russia are divided into 3 types:


          Well this is a lie. Moreover, such a lie is primitive.
          -We had aircraft manufacturing, now we have no aircraft manufacturing.
          -We had a space industry, now our ships are falling because locksmiths scored for pennies from the street do not properly screw the sensors.
          -We had mechanical engineering, i.e. made their cars, now we do not have automobile manufacturing.
          -We had a light industry, now we do not have a light industry.
          -We had our own machine tool industry, now there is no machine tool industry.
          -We had our own electronics, now we don’t have our own electronics.
          We DO NOT have billionaires, now there are 200 billionaire friends of Putin.
          We even have military equipment now foreign Iveco-lynx, Typhoons of the machine - there is nothing ours of ours.
          All the problems of our people that the state is led by the wrong people and they are leading our people in the wrong direction.
          1. EvilLion April 3 2020 09: 25 New
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            We have excellent military aircraft construction, because, unlike the Tupolev office, which is 20 years behind the west, the military designers were frustrated by the military designers and they issued the masterpiece Su-27, which then dragged the entire aircraft industry.

            Spaceships are now falling no more often than in the USSR, but rather even less often. YOU would study a little subject.

            -We had mechanical engineering, i.e. made their cars, now we do not have automobile manufacturing.


            Meanwhile, the jokes about AvtoVAZ somehow stopped, “Grants” drive on the streets.

            -We had a light industry, now we do not have a light industry.


            Already clothes were always full of the most different. Do not write nonsense.

            -We had our own machine tool industry, now there is no machine tool industry.


            Given that the USSR also purchased the most sophisticated equipment abroad, it’s not even funny. The machine tool industry has a certain specificity, which would be nice to understand before whining.

            -We had our own electronics, now we don’t have our own electronics.


            It must be assumed that copying IBM / 360, under the brand name of the EU computer, in order to be able to purchase, or simply pirate American software, is the first sign of its electronics? At the same time, even EU computers produced much less than the American original, simply because the USSR initially did not have such a powerful electronic industry, which existed in the USA after WWII. You guys are no different in this respect from the bunk crunches, in which the Sikorsky Ilya of Muromets built in the garage from sticks with imported engines, it’s already a super aviation power, and then RI was able to do only 80 of these aircraft, although others countries could in a series of hundreds of similar machines, they do not care. The USSR had interesting computer developments in the 60s, but it was not possible to produce computers in the thousands, as IBM C 360 series did. I, so, I suppose, she actually created the software market when a fleet of thousands of compatible machines appeared. So cut back on the Soviet electronics of the sturgeon, it suffered greatly from insufficient possibilities for producing an element base.

            We DO NOT have billionaires, now there are 200 billionaire friends of Putin.


            These are your fantasies. To the doctor.

            We even have military equipment now foreign Iveco-lynx, Typhoons of the machine - there is nothing ours of ours.


            "Lynx" go and have long been written off by wear and vowed to get involved, and there were them to "try." And here, the "typhoon" to ask, I think, is useless.
            1. Bar1 April 3 2020 09: 39 New
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              Quote: EvilLion
              We have excellent military aircraft construction, because, unlike the Tupolev office, which is 20 years behind the west, the military designers were frustrated by the military designers and they issued the masterpiece Su-27, which then dragged the entire aircraft industry.

              Spaceships are now falling no more often than in the USSR, but rather even less often. YOU would study a little subject.

              -We had mechanical engineering, i.e. made their cars, now we do not have automobile manufacturing.


              Meanwhile, the jokes about AvtoVAZ somehow stopped, “Grants” drive on the streets.

              -We had a light industry, now we do not have a light industry.


              Already clothes were always full of the most different. Do not write nonsense.

              -We had our own machine tool industry, now there is no machine tool industry.


              Given that the USSR also purchased the most sophisticated equipment abroad, it’s not even funny. The machine tool industry has a certain specificity, which would be nice to understand before whining.

              -We had our own electronics, now we don’t have our own electronics.


              It must be assumed that copying IBM / 360, under the brand name of the EU computer, in order to be able to purchase, or simply pirate American software, is the first sign of its electronics? At the same time, even EU computers produced much less than the American original, simply because the USSR initially did not have such a powerful electronic industry, which existed in the USA after WWII. You guys are no different in this respect from the bunk crunches, in which the Sikorsky Ilya of Muromets built in the garage from sticks with imported engines, it’s already a super aviation power, and then RI was able to do only 80 of these aircraft, although others countries could in a series of hundreds of similar machines, they do not care. The USSR had interesting computer developments in the 60s, but it was not possible to produce computers in the thousands, as IBM C 360 series did. I, so, I suppose, she actually created the software market when a fleet of thousands of compatible machines appeared. So cut back on the Soviet electronics of the sturgeon, it suffered greatly from insufficient possibilities for producing an element base.

              We DO NOT have billionaires, now there are 200 billionaire friends of Putin.


              These are your fantasies. To the doctor.

              We even have military equipment now foreign Iveco-lynx, Typhoons of the machine - there is nothing ours of ours.


              "Lynx" go and have long been written off by wear and vowed to get involved, and there were them to "try." And here, the "typhoon" to ask, I think, is useless.


              it’s even disgusting to argue, well, as expected, the client can’t answer, it's all a lie.
              1. EvilLion April 3 2020 09: 47 New
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                I answered essentially, you fell into a tantrum. The drain is counted.
                1. EvilLion April 3 2020 12: 14 New
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                  Who minus, the same psychosis and drain counted.
                2. Campanella April 3 2020 12: 43 New
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                  Which creature? About EU computers?
                  Lies pure water. The Ec series was shitty, strewed all the time, and the domestic Besm-6 worked like a clock.
                  1. EvilLion April 3 2020 13: 04 New
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                    Well, let's take a look at Wiki: BESM-6 was mass-produced from 1968 to 1987, a total of 355 cars were produced

                    IBM / 360 is more than 30 machines. What can we talk about here? The USSR could develop arbitrarily advanced computers, for this in those years, investments were relatively small. The USSR could not produce them in any significant quantities, and to solve this problem, a group of several dozen sensible specialists is not enough, huge investments are needed precisely in production.

                    And you also need software that the Americans simply have already managed to write by virtue of quantity, especially since the presence of several tens of thousands of the same type of machines already makes the development of software for sale commercially reasonable.

                    The most unpleasant thing is that even if the USSR did not begin to do what Dijkstra called the greatest victory of the West in the hall. war, then regardless of the future fate of the Union, the world would come to that position, which is now, when in every industry there is a good if a couple of hardware and software standards. And any of our computers, even surpassing it in Western parameters, (which, as if not a fact, Intel introduced memory on microcircuits in the 70s, since ferrite cores were there right away, as soon as the wind blew) would be unable to run Western software, which would stupidly more. That is, all the same, I would have to switch to app. standards, and the Internet would simply finish off any original crafts. That is, the same thing would happen, but later. And no preservation of the USSR and the Iron Curtain would have helped here.
                    1. Campanella April 3 2020 13: 12 New
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                      I’m not in Wiki, but as a contemporary I can say, the decision to develop the Western model of the EC series computers was officially recognized as erroneous. In the end, Elbrus began to develop, but here the USSR also rested in a Bose.
                      As for the software, there was nothing special to copy on the EU series. Our programmers wrote OSes without any problems, we worked for them and did not use any IBM. But with Windows, the backlog has already begun, or rather failure.
                      But this is Yeltsin's chaos .. the theme is eternal.
                      1. ser56 April 3 2020 17: 17 New
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                        Quote: Campanella
                        As for the software, there was nothing special to copy on the EU series. Our programmers wrote OSes without any problems, we worked for them and didn’t use any IBM

                        so the OS is a very small part of the software ... request
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                        Not so big?
                      3. ser56 April 3 2020 17: 51 New
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                        Quote: Campanella
                        Not so big?

                        Quote: EvilLion
                        And you also need software that the Americans simply have already managed to write by virtue of quantity, especially since the presence of several tens of thousands of the same type of machines already makes the development of software for sale commercially reasonable.

                        you are not careful - everything is written ...
                        repeat
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                        Nothing was needed in the EU of American computers. Read carefully.
                  2. Alexey RA April 3 2020 18: 02 New
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                    Quote: ser56
                    so the OS is a very small part of the software ...

                    Well, we did the same COMPASS. Although, as always - too little and too late. And the people scattered on AutoCAD, Solid or Katya.
                  3. ser56 April 3 2020 18: 09 New
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                    Quote: Alexey RA
                    Well, we did the same COMPASS.

                    and how many such packages are in different areas of life request
              2. ser56 April 3 2020 17: 18 New
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                Quote: Campanella
                here, the backlog has already gone from Windows, or rather failure.
                But this is Yeltsin's chaos .. the theme is eternal.

                sat on a PC in 1985 ... since then forgot about the virtual machine on Elbrus ... hi
          2. ser56 April 3 2020 17: 15 New
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            Quote: Campanella
            , and the domestic Besm-6 worked like a clock.

            if not a secret, did you think at BESM? hi
            1. Campanella April 3 2020 17: 46 New
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              What interests you?
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                Quote: Campanella
                What interests you?

                your experience on this computer ... request
              2. Campanella April 3 2020 19: 21 New
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                Why do you need my experience? Tell us about yours, I'm ready to be happy for you!
              3. ser56 April 3 2020 20: 17 New
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                Quote: Campanella
                Why do you need my experience

                to know the seriousness of your knowledge ... request but they are not, so there is nothing to discuss ... request
                Quote: Campanella
                Tell us about your

                you don’t understand - this is nonlinear plasma physics ... hi
    3. dmitry --- spb April 4 2020 18: 21 New
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      I'm sorry, how old are you? Are you from a generation affected by the internet?
  • Greenwood April 3 2020 13: 18 New
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    Quote: EvilLion
    Grants ride on the streets.
    I live in Primorye. I have never seen. If someone buys them in the West, it is only because there is nothing cheaper in the segment of new cars. Doubtful reason for pride.
    Quote: EvilLion
    Already clothes were always full of the most different.
    Tagged Made in China / Turkey. This is exactly what is sold in most stores. lol
    Quote: EvilLion
    These are your fantasies. To the doctor.
    About billionaires, please open a thesis in more detail. As far as I know, Moscow is one of the most populated cities. For a long time, it was generally in the first place in their concentration. And this is with total poverty in the province.
  • antique April 3 2020 13: 43 New
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    All the problems of our people that the state is led by the wrong people and they are leading our people in the wrong direction.

    It is very nice to read this on the formerly pro-Putin site. The correct conclusion. Everything is killed, and most importantly, the idea is killed. Now no one will be tearing the veins to stick through the knee in the water to prepare firewood for the freezing city.
    The designer will not rack his brains at night, and the worker will simply hammer a bolt that does not twist. And we all see the result. Boasting, instead of real production models, technological backwardness, which is expressed in the inability to construct even a conventional diesel engine. The chatter descending from the very top of power, like a sticky spider saliva entangles and destroys an entire nation. The question arises: will this drugged and exhausted people find the strength in themselves <to wake up from the endless narcotic stream of lies?
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      Quote: Antique
      The question arises: will this drugged and exhausted people find the strength in themselves <to wake up from the endless narcotic stream of lies?

      All the same, I think I had to ask: WHEN will the people find the strength in themselves to wake up from the endless narcotic stream of lies?
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      Quote: Antique
      Now no one will be tearing the veins to stick through the knee in the water to prepare firewood for the freezing city.

      Are cities freezing now? and can remember. that Pavka’s heroism closed the illiteracy of communist managers? request you checkered or go? wink
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      Everything is killed, and most importantly, the idea is killed.

      is that which? laughing It seems Russia is alive ...

      Quote: Antique
      and the worker will simply hammer in the non-screwing bolt.

      so it was in the USSR ... request
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      The question arises: will this drugged and exhausted people find the strength in themselves <to wake up from the endless narcotic stream of lies?

      the smell of maidanutami ... crying
      1. antique April 3 2020 17: 37 New
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        It smelled like a personnel troll. Patterned, flat and gray, like wretched power itself. Like gives rise to like. Do not answer. The topic is closed.
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          Quote: Antique
          It smelled like a personnel troll.

          precisely, from maidanutyh ... bully
        2. Campanella April 3 2020 19: 38 New
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          Putin’s Internet crips are crap on Soviet power until their brain is dehydrated.
          And still, you won’t wash a black male up to white.
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            Putin’s Internet crips spoiling Soviet power

            What nonsense do you have? why kick the dead? bully We are comparing in a historical perspective, and this pounds you crying
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              You call your ambiguous sentence statements finger comparison? Didn’t notice something compared, or your "... like Russia is alive ..." is this your comparison in historical perspective?
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                "... like Russia is alive ..." is this your comparison in historical perspective?

                of course! ready to refute? As SV did not kill Russia, she couldn’t do it ... request
                and not for you, who lost national memory for soldering, to refute this! request
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                So you are an amateur monarchist! Yes, think and speak as you like.
                Although you drown for Juche here, your research has nothing to do with real events.
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                you are an amateur monarchist!

                you have block-template thinking ... request although the ideas of Pobedonostsev are reasonable, but idealistic ...
                Quote: Campanella
                Yes, think and speak as you like.

                Oh thank you! bully
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                Your research has nothing to do with real events.

                if you yourself do not understand, this does not mean that others ... crying
  • Alexey RA April 3 2020 18: 51 New
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    Quote: ser56
    so it was in the USSR ...

    Not just in the USSR, but when father of nations и best crisis manager.
    In those days, secluded, now almost epic, I had to dismantle the battleship already begun by the construction on the slipway due to the marriage on the rivet.
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      on a slipway the battleship already begun by construction.

      and not only - KR pr. 68 - too ....
      You can remember the blast furnace in Magnitogorsk, which was destroyed by the launch in the winter .... request
    2. antique April 3 2020 20: 21 New
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      Well, how not to remember. There is something to recall.

      1. TiRex April 4 2020 19: 38 New
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        But is it that the vast majority of these plants were purely subsidized even under the USSR? Yes, and they were already collapsed by 97-98gg. And if you take into account that the products of most of them nafig nobody needed in those years (and even now with rare exceptions), then their fate is logical. To develop production in the buildings of the early Soviet construction is very stupid, the standards and norms of production, to put it mildly, have changed greatly over the past decades from their construction. When the question arose of the production of the S-400 at the machine plant in Nizhny Novgorod, it turned out to be much cheaper to build and operate new buildings than to reconstruct the old (which many are empty) workshops. And so in almost all plants.
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          Yes, and they were already collapsed by 97-98gg.

          The activist’s standard response. How many have I seen them. All this is a Kremlin lie. Primakov in 1998 which industry you raised, the one which you no longer have. All this killing Putin did. Energy reform and WTO accession. These are the main reasons for the destruction of our industrial potential ..
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            I agree on the reform of the energy sector, pidas, especially Chubais, do not quite agree about Primakov, he’s still a shot ...
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            lol, here it turns out .. lifted .. and why raised so badly produced? It seems that the 16-year-old communist writes)
      2. mister-red April 4 2020 21: 45 New
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        I will not comment on everything, long and tiring, as well as to no avail. Just point 1 - AZLK. Like he was "killed" in the 2010th. Tell this to Muscovites, especially those who worked there. Not a Muscovite, but he lived and worked in Moscow in the 90s. Often traveled by bus past the factory, it is there for many kilometers. Everything was littered with cars that no one bought. They stood for several years, in winter under snow and at other times watered by rains. Last zilch some kind of business and executive cars that no one needed. A monster that didn’t produce anything. The plant died under Yeltsin, under Putin the pathologist simply stated this death.
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          I have participated many times in similar discussions. All that is written is not true. Putin destroyed the entire industry. This is an objective thing. No need to protect. This is a student of Yeltsin, whose best friend is Chubais.
          1. TiRex April 5 2020 00: 00 New
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            tell me, if you are now offered a 72 cm kinescope made in Russia from the oldest plant (for example, nitel) for 25000r or for the same money 32 "LCD Samsung or LG what do you buy for yourself?
            and you did suggest that at all costs it is necessary to support production, what kind of TV you have, 99% that is not from a Russian company of Russian manufacture. Well, you yourself didn’t buy ours? patriot dick ...
            this is why these plants were bent, nobody wanted their products simply, or rather the demand was vanishingly small, and subsidies from the state ended. So far, AvtoVAZ hasn’t been driven by the French how many billions have been driven into it because it is a city-forming enterprise on the state balance sheet? How much stink was there on the net?
          2. Boris Chernikov April 5 2020 00: 21 New
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            did you even watch your table?) lol
      3. Boris Chernikov April 5 2020 00: 16 New
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        Is it direct 78 thousand factories and factories? Is it 917 factories and factories in each region? And can we find out in our Oryol region where 917 factories were and were closed?
  • Campanella April 3 2020 19: 27 New
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    And whose gray, disenfranchised life in Russia, whose shoals are we closing now? Your objectivity is very peculiar. Do you also objectively evaluate modern Russian power? Or do you always criticize the current government in order to avoid the Maidan?
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      Quote: Campanella
      And his gray, disenfranchised life in Russia

      write about yourself? bully I sympathize - have you tried to work?
      Quote: Campanella
      You also objectively evaluate modern Russian power

      the only way! Want to talk about her jambs? not a problem - pension reform, VAT increase, strange policy of the Central Bank, etc. request
      Quote: Campanella
      Or do you always criticize the current government in order to avoid the Maidan?

      criticism and Maidan is different! I note that you need to protect your rights from the authorities, there are various ways for this, including rallies, but legal!
      1. Campanella April 4 2020 13: 57 New
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        I tried to work, it doesn’t help. And to steal as some are not accustomed.
        Do you think that if we talk about the problems of the Russian government, they will evaporate by themselves?
        Or will legal rallies affect something? I remember only one example of an unauthorized action that forced the authorities to change their minds — the blocking of the Leningradskoye highway by retirees, opponents of the monetization of benefits.
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          Quote: Campanella
          I tried to work, it does not help

          so you do not know how to work request
          Quote: Campanella
          And to steal like some are not accustomed.

          don’t twist - it’s very dangerous to steal if you don’t know how ... I don’t know how, so I work ... repeat
          Quote: Campanella
          Do you think that if we talk about the problems of the Russian government, they will evaporate by themselves?

          no, but if you don’t speak and protest, then nothing will change ... request
          Quote: Campanella
          -overlapping of the Leningradskoye highway by pensioners, opponents of the monetization of benefits.

          1) do you like maidan more? Benefits monetized - mom gets a surcharge ... In my opinion it's better ...
          2) By the way - did not go in the morning in the 90s in the crowded trams these pensioners climbed into - went to look for where it is cheaper - did they have free travel? And they had no time to wait for the passage of the peak hour. request
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            I did not say that I like the Maidan, but the fact that the authorities do me do not like either.
            As for work, it's not for you to judge how I did it.
            Pensioners may be annoying, but they have their own lives, become a pensioner will set an example of social behavior)))
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            As for work, it's not for you to judge how I did it.

            I proceed from your words ....
            Quote: Campanella
            I tried to work, it does not help

            Quote: Campanella
            but they have their own life, become a pensioner will set an example of social behavior

            that’s the problem - we don’t want to think about others, but we demand from others ... request
            I got a decree, so I’ll work ... hi
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            And I’m already retired, honestly worked for 43 years, but I didn’t make a fortune on a comfortable old age.
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            but good did not make a comfortable old age

            what prevented? my mother receives a pension of almost 25 tons, she has enough ... well, I help, on trifles ... hi
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            Privatization prevented gangster capitalism.
            After 91 years, the people simply survived. At 20 with a tail you won’t giggle, housing and communal services paid and live further as you want.
            You yourself will understand this over time.
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            At 20 with a tail you won’t giggle, housing and communal services paid and live further as you want.

            Listen - are you driving a fool? bully if you have 2, then in the winter housing and communal services 5t, in summer less ... 15t is more than 150 rubles in the USSR, and the pension there was 120 rubles for most ... request
  • Alexey RA April 3 2020 18: 48 New
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    Quote: Antique
    The designer will not rack his brains at night, and the worker will simply hammer a bolt that does not twist.

    Mwa ha ha ... when examining the serial T-34s of the spring of 1941, it was found that most of the bolts were clogged with a sledgehammer for 2/3 of the length, and only the remaining third of the thread was wrapped.

    And about the designers who puzzled at night and designed a 46-48-ton HF with a suspension and transmission, originally designed for 40 tons, and with the drive of a 7-ton tower, taken from a 3-tower T-28, I generally keep quiet.
    As well as about the persistence of LKZ and Kharkov, they refused or delayed work on UKN on their tanks. In general, the LKZ did not manage to eliminate a single drawback during all the pre-war time - that in 1940, that in 1941 the cooling system continued to boil at KV at 24 km / h, wedge the brakes when turning, gear teeth crumble in the gearbox, the tower does not turn when roll, clogged air filters after a half to two hours of travel along the lane.
    1. Campanella April 3 2020 19: 32 New
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      You talk about the resource of German tanks.
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        You talk about the resource of German tanks.

        But what is the problem with the T-3 or T-4? At first, tigers and panthers had problems - but they are not comparable with the T-34 release 41-42gg request Read Svirin ...
        1. Campanella April 4 2020 13: 36 New
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          Read Speer ...
          Tanks that passed through the summer steppes to Stalingrad required major repairs.
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            Tanks that passed through the summer steppes to Stalingrad required major repairs.

            scary for you! crying already a Nazi for you the highest authority ... bully
            1. Campanella April 4 2020 22: 08 New
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              Thank you for your concern, think about yourself! You I look a hypocrite.
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              Quote: Campanella
              You I look a hypocrite.

              call names are not good ... repeat
    2. Alexey RA April 4 2020 01: 45 New
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      You talk about the resource of German tanks.

      A normal resource - German engines began to crumble en masse only after Smolensk. And in comparison with our “100 hours at the stand, 50-60 hours in units” - this is generally an excellent resource.
      Why was it so bad with the resource in parts? And nobody complied with the patamushta maintenance requirements - for example, about the need to change the oil after 10 - 25 - 50 hours of operation, and a complete change - draining the oil from the oil tanks and the crankcase with subsequent flushing of the oil system and refueling with fresh oil. In our parts, even the fuel was not filtered - to speed up refueling.

      And you can also recall such cute features of the serial V-2 as "oil eating" (because of which I had to introduce a "power reserve by oil"), gluttony by fuel (power reserve of the serial T-34 of the spring of 1941 release - 165-185 km) and the shortfall of 7-10% of the power (HFC, German Maybach, when measuring power in the USSR by the same methods, issued 8% more passports).
      1. Reklastik April 4 2020 11: 13 New
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        A normal resource - German engines began to crumble en masse only after Smolensk
        - An excellent measure of the resource: "To Smolensk" laughing No, I'm not joking, just made laugh)))
      2. Campanella April 4 2020 13: 50 New
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        But General Ryabyshev D.I. in 8, the commander of the Mechkorpus did not speak about T1941 breakdowns, cars with mileage of over 34 km of old tank models broke down.
        And overheating of engines is a topic that was also relevant for German tanks. So do not drive the blizzard.
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          with mileage of over 500 km of old tank models.

          tanks measured engine life, not mileage ... hi
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            The gauge was measured in hours, and in the memoirs the general said about the run, though up to 500 km in the early days of the war.
            The old tanks had a resource at the beginning of the war in the region of 50% and they forced the entrance of forced marches without proper maintenance, which is 40-50% of the total number. So to say that the Soviet tanks were not reliable is not necessary.
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            Quote: Campanella
            The resource is then measured in hours

            measured .... there was a device, Kalashnikov invented it ... repeat

            Quote: Campanella
            in memoirs, the general said about mileage

            and how did he measure it? or well ... covered up - is the paint technique to blame for everything? request

            Quote: Campanella
            they are entering forced marches without proper maintenance

            why did you plan such marches? request
            Quote: Campanella
            So to say that the Soviet tanks were not reliable is not necessary.

            I talked about the T-34, T-26 and BT were worked out and mastered .... request
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            These are memoirs. Read carefully, the beginning of the war. And this is exactly the time when the general command and control of the troops was lost, so the commanders rushed about ...
            There were about a hundred T-34 machines in the mechanized corps, so there were no problems with them.
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            Quote: Campanella
            And this is exactly the time when the general command and control of the troops was lost, so the commanders rushed about ...

            But is it not the duty of commanders to provide control over the entrusted troops? request
            Quote: Campanella
            There were about a hundred T-34 machines in the mechanized corps, so there were no problems with them.

            therefore, under Brody our lost 2000, and the Germans 200 tanks? hi
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            Read carefully, “general management.” This means communication with the General Staff has been lost.
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    Mwa ha ha ... when examining the serial T-34s of the spring of 1941, it was found that most of the bolts were clogged with a sledgehammer for 2/3 of the length, and only the remaining third of the thread was wrapped.

    In other words, either saboteurs or saboteurs did this during the war. And the repression against the so-called workers was completely justified. This is the first.
    And now the second. The beautiful Putin power brought the country to technical perfection. The insoles for shoes are no longer sewn in the country and they are not able to create an automatic machine for the manufacture of medical masks. Not to mention more complex products. Type of ship banal diesel. Which does not succumb in any way to effective managers.
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      Quote: Antique
      In other words, either saboteurs or saboteurs did this during the war.

      This was done before the war. Ordinary workers, whom he urged His Majesty's plan.
      Quote: Antique
      Not to mention more complex products. Type of ship banal diesel

      Ship diesel. Which differs from the ship like a tank from a tractor.
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        Ship diesel. Which differs from the ship like a tank from a tractor.

        You can call as you want. There is nothing to cling to words. However, professionals write like that. Cit. Ship dozen can produce only a dozen Russian enterprises, their production potential is well known. http://shipbuilding.ru/eng/articles/diesel_engine_crisis/
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        Right before the war! The repressions have gone since 1934 ...
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        This was done before the war. Ordinary workers whom His Majesty urged on a plan.

        Svirin described well how the T_26 production was launched, the marriage was sent as aids to study tanks in schools ...
  • ser56 April 3 2020 17: 13 New
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    All the problems of our people that the state is led by the wrong people and they are leading our people in the wrong direction.

    were from 1917 to 1991 ... request
  • Botanologist April 3 2020 19: 14 New
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    -We had ..., now we don’t have ....


    Before you carry the ravings, study the issue that is so easily discussed. Here and without your snot there is enough relaxing algae.
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      Before you carry the ravings, study the issue that is so easily discussed. Here and without your snot there is enough relaxing algae.

      for people like you, you like it.
  • Militia April 3 2020 22: 54 New
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    Therefore, there is nothing of their own, because people who TE already ruled the state in the 90s. And as they believed, they are leading our people in that direction. Therefore, the country was in the anus. Yeltsin, Gaidar, Chubais, Berezovsky, Kozyrev, Gerashchenko, Shokhin, Burbulis, Kasyanov - do you think those people ??? (the list goes on and on). And the leader of this EBN brigade admitted so honestly that he was already tired of leading this terry gang and it was time for him to rest. Now it’s easy and easy to blame today's government and the president for all sins, because they gave you freedom of speech and democracy. And it burst through you like a fecal pipe. What is the problem? What do not like? A flag in your hands and forward to your beloved liberal west! And from there, like Khodorkovsky, Kasparov, etc. scratch about freedom there and not freedom here. Such liberals as you, 3-5% of the country's population do not need to say for 95% of the people how they spread rot and oppress it.
    I foresee that now comrades who are TE will be tightened up and the orgy of freedom of speech will begin. Well, that's fine.
  • mister-red April 4 2020 21: 32 New
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    Now we do not have aircraft manufacturing.

    In 2018, the volume of production in the Russian aviation industry amounted to 987 billion rubles ($ 15,7 billion), the export of aircraft - 380 billion rubles ($ 6 billion)
    Quote: Bar1
    Now we do not have automotive industry.

    In 2019, 1,77 million cars were produced in Russia
    .
    well, etc.
    That is, it will be correct to say that the industry has read a lot in comparison with the USSR, but not that there are none at all. With the exception of the electronics industry
    PS By the way cars in 1982, for example, 1,3 million were produced.
  • About 2 April 5 2020 06: 57 New
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    My friend, the sun-kissing guarantor of the oligarchs' good life, somehow didn’t cleverly notice that in the days of the USSR there was nothing they could do except galoshes, but even galoshes and those in China were bought with him.
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    “Reorganization into more efficient forms of managing” you have beautifully turned down. Have fun!
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    Is this because we have only Hyundai and Volvo tractors?
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    The company ended up ruining Vova, but they still had no time to fight.
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    At the expense of Russia. All his well-being is built on cheap oil supplied from Russia.
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    there is NO EPIDEMIC in Belarus, there are only a few sick people, so the mass events have not been canceled, for example, the football championship. Does this somehow contradict what the media shows us and in general, how can this be? There is only one answer, Lukashenko is not included in the team that is playing a play about this pandemic.
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      There is no epidemic ... well, yes, in Italy and Spain, too, they laughed ... for today 254 and almost 2000 are already under observation ... and football still comes around
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        There is no epidemic ... well, yes, in Italy and Spain, too, they laughed ... for today 254 and almost 2000 are already under observation ... and football still comes around

        wait and see...
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          I think that in Belarus they simply did not ruin medicine. It will be very interesting if Lukashenko copes with the coronovirus without any quarantine.
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      There is only one answer, Lukashenko is not included in the team that is playing a play about this pandemic.

      no matter how it responded to the victims ....
      "According to the NEXTA Telegram channel, in Vitebsk at least 22 deaths from" pneumonia "were registered over the past week, and the number of cases exceeded the mark of 1000 people. The bodies of the deceased are carried out at night, relatives cannot immediately pick them up." https://charter97.org/en/news/2020/3/31/371380/
      lie?
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        Obviously, father is already in a panic from what is happening. But with his attitude towards the epidemic, it seems that all the horror is yet to come. It is a pity that everyone but him will be to blame.
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          Quote: valton
          Obviously, father is already in a panic from what is happening. But with his attitude towards the epidemic, it seems that all the horror is yet to come. It is a pity that everyone but him will be to blame.

          Can I have a reference to panic?
          1. valton April 6 2020 21: 14 New
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            https://eadaily.com/ru/news/2020/04/06/iz-za-koronavirusa-na-lukashenko-trebuyut-vozbudit-ugolovnoe-delo
    3. And Iran is playing, yeah.
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      Well, there was another one, called Boris Johnson. I did not last much, even he fell ill. She cracks in Belarus specifically, you have no doubt.
      Although Old Man is just a good thing compared to the Swedes, here they are setting up a real experiment for you. It’s even interesting what will come out in the end.
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    A small clarification, imperial nostalgia is the wrong term, imperialism is power and control, friendship and fraternity are more a union.
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    sight in fact and we are doing now)
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    Lukashenko does not have a replacement, he also longs for "zeroing", and will be a permanent hands-out, until his little son grows up. ..
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      Lukashenko and Putin are in many ways very different, even contrasting types. And at the same time, all authoritarian leaders are terribly similar to each other, in particular, in that they calmly bend the law for themselves. Putin brewed porridge with amendments to the constitution in order to solve the problem-2024 (the constitution did not allow more than two presidents to run for president once in a row). He let go of the fog, made us all puzzle over which chair he would be seated in, and eventually went to the banal reset of the presidential term for himself. Lukashenko solved this problem back in 2004, when he lifted the limit on the number of presidential terms through a referendum. And even earlier, in 1996, he also dragged through the plebiscite the new version of the 1994 constitution. So, one field of berries. In our former union in general, starting from 20 years old, the gold standard of the post-Soviet tsar - Niyazov was in power for 21 years, Karimov 25 years old, Nazarbayev 30 years, Lukashenko a quarter of a century, ours is now there too - well, they love power, at least crack ..
      1. Sergey S. April 3 2020 09: 29 New
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        And at the same time, all authoritarian leaders are terribly similar to each other, in particular, in that they calmly bend the law for themselves.

        This material came out on time ...
        Just when the State Defense Committee (with the coronavirus) was formed.
        Now only the terms "authoritarianism" and "leader" are discussed.
        And now in essence.
        (Leaders) They do not bend the law, but the people. Bad or good, again, you need to ask the people.
        If the ideal of striving for Victory lives among the people, then the leader’s activity is evaluated according to an understandable end result.
        If the “people” are interested in who will win the election (how to win the election), then this is about historically losers.

        But in general, in conditions of democratic procedures, the “leader" is a first-class politician who has won the highest authority among the people.
        It is unfortunate that after I.V. Stalin in the Soviet Union was not a real leader.

        S V.V. Putin is clear. And who is not clear, go to the polls and make sure that there is a leader in Russia.
        A.G. We liked Lukashenko for so long ... And that person was reborn? No.
        Has the situation seriously changed? No.
        Why do weird talk about Lukashenko, the patron saint of nationalists?

        Personally, my opinion is that too many magazines work out grants and wishful thinking. Can coronavirus help our peoples get rid of arsonists and incendiary?
        1. TAMBU April 3 2020 11: 14 New
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          Can coronavirus help our peoples get rid of arsonists and incendiary?

          "We can not wait for mercies from nature, to take them from her - our task" (c))))
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        And even earlier, in 1996, he also dragged through the plebiscite a new version of the 1994 constitution.

        And what is wrong with that Constitution?
      3. Pissarro April 4 2020 21: 58 New
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        In our former union in general, starting from the age of 20, the gold standard of the post-Soviet tsar


        In our former Union, in addition to the standard of the tsar, there are exactly half of the countries with the standard of frequent change of power: Moldova, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia, Georgia, Baltic extinctions. The alternative, as they say, is obvious: degradation, corruption and the collapse of everything. The kings are clearly against their background smoking on the sidelines
    2. Oleg2003 April 3 2020 11: 12 New
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      Kolenka ok for all definitions
  • Far B April 3 2020 05: 19 New
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    And how does Luke differ from our zeroed one? Is it just that he has not so many places to show off (well, there is an amphora in the sea to catch, or something else). And so it’s all the same - PR golem. There are plenty of Perlov and Putin, the mere definition of a "middle class" is worth it. Oh yes. Rygoritch himself issued an undetermined number of presidential terms through a referendum, but ours did not even bother about the referendum. Well, in that Putin even put Venezuela and Bolivia in his belt.
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      And how does Luke differ from our zeroed one?

      The fact that he has oligarchs working for the good of the country, and not in his own pocket. With all the hops and shortcomings, Lukashenko looks much better than Putin, judging by the actions for the benefit of his country.
      1. Oleg2003 April 3 2020 11: 14 New
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        Does Luke look good? When did these beggars and blackmailers look good?
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          Does Luke look good?
          Everything is relative. wink
  • Andrey VOV April 3 2020 05: 36 New
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    Well, of course, at first the Old Man’s apologists came to his defense .... well, well, we are waiting for the other side
    1. SNEAKY April 3 2020 08: 08 New
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      hi Briefly. I don’t want (I'm afraid) to even return to Belarus so far. Because of this, the virologist-geneticist director’s gender will now fall into the peat bog. And the main thing is elections and football. He wanted to spit on the people (s)
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        Because of this, now the head of the virologist-genetics, the sex of the republic will fall into the peat layer

        In Sweden, they don’t know the same thing about the virus? wink
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          Find out everything in due time.
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            Find out everything in due time.

            They refused to enter quarantine, specifying that they made such a decision on the basis of the conclusions of Swedish scientists. Those. not just a whim in the head hit. You need to look at mortality statistics. hi
  • Mastrer April 3 2020 05: 37 New
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    Well, I don’t know ... Somehow far-fetched. There are a lot of stocks for father, but not one is designated in this article. As if the article was ordered to a person completely unrelated to the Republic of Belarus ...

    The author seems to be crushing that the AG is such a short-sighted collective farm chairman, close to the people, but managing to get out of the presidency. For 26 years, yeah ...

    The fact that Lukashenko mows under the village fool does not mean that he is such a person - he is a tough person who managed to bend the Russian Federation and the European Union for himself in a suitable political situation (well, or to scoop up tons of profit from each of them, optionally). This virus situation is no more than one of hundreds of episodes that have already been played. I would not promise that the last (! Cake) dictator of Europe, lost his grip.
    1. EvilLion April 3 2020 08: 46 New
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      And what is not indicated? That he, as the head of state, traveled only on the horrors of what is being done in Russia? Well, now is not the 1996th year, and Russia, with all its expenditures for the Caucasus, for the Far Eastern hills, basic science, space, the armed forces, including nuclear forces, is already living much better than Belarus. But the bagpipes are the same.
  • Gardamir April 3 2020 05: 54 New
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    Once the visitors to the VO decided to put the minuses. Return the opportunity to put minuses to the authors.
    Well, in fact, articles in which there are only enemies around were happy. From this, our rulers do not get better.
    1. Anatole Klim April 3 2020 08: 38 New
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      Well, in fact, articles in which there are only enemies around were happy. From this, our rulers do not get better.

      When I started reading the article, I thought that Oleg Egorov wrote again, he’s an ardent “admirer” of Lukashenko and he has a lot of articles about Rygorych in VO. With surprise at the end I saw the author East Wind. You can scold or praise the author, but what I want to say, I don’t remember a single article where Lukashenko would be praised for his wise foreign policy, brilliant economic strategy. What is the basis for a relatively acceptable standard of living for Belarusians is not necessary to write, everyone already knows about potatoes, about the wounding of cows, collapsed Orsha factories, too, no one knows about the successful Belaz, MAZ, Belkali, BelAES. The author tried to simply trace Lukashenko from the time of Yeltsin to the present day. In my opinion a little weak.
    2. Caretaker April 3 2020 08: 41 New
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      Paradoxically, in recent years, articles on VO have often criticized Lukashenko than Zelensky and Trump. It seems that the president of the Republic of Belarus has not made any resonant statements recently, but he is guilty anyway.
      By the degree of "harmfulness" to the authors of HE, he came in second place after the coronovirus. As in the USA, remember - terrorists, Russia, etc.
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        This is a useful theory of relativity! If one politician cannot be ruined, then the other will look young and talented and eternal!)))
  • Ross xnumx April 3 2020 06: 00 New
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    And all this is by no means some kind of sudden outbreak of a confused person - it is a principle of action, a natural outburst of a political career. This political dementia will continue to gain momentum.

    Here it is a fresh rush of East Wind. fellow So blew, as if passed by a pigsty. Today, right now, we are acutely concerned about the situation in Belarus and the political myopia of its leader. How glad it is to hear the opinion of a man who fell into the toilet about a man who fell into a cesspool ...
    Yes, the political dementia of Lukashenko, the president of a country where there is not even access to the sea, where there are no natural reserves of hydrocarbons of various fractions and conditions, where there are no reserves of ores, timber and even fish (!!!) where there are limited reserves of fresh water and land allotments, nothing in comparison with the political insanity of the fabulous nullified guarantor, who turned the country, all of which has it, into a beggar.
    A small, but very harmful and dangerous infection showed the true strength of the power clamps of the country, where there are no masks or single gloves in pharmacies, and the panacea for the virus is “self-isolation” ...
    How much more do we need to rub this cheap profanity about half-wits-neighbors? What celery do we need?
    Here it is - the immediate prospect for Russia: zeroing the NWF to cover the losses of oligarchs and banks (which, however, is one and the same); decline in already sluggish production; financial problems of the population and increased unemployment.
    The threads with which the power vertical was sewn turned out to be rotten.
    BUT!!! We should know that it is in Belarus and it is A. Lukashenko. gone crazy... wassat What a shame ... crying
    1. EvilLion April 3 2020 08: 51 New
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      Can i ask you? And when, including the head of the BSSR, he signed the Bialowieza Agreements, why there were no questions that in Belarus there were no minerals or access to the sea, there was nothing but the final assembly plants built in the USSR, for which the USSR was the only market?

      Well, if you are homeless, then you do not need to record all of Russia as beggars.
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        ... And when, including the head of the BSSR, he signed the Bialowieza Agreements,

        Now it’s clear, you think that it was Lukashenko who signed the Bialowieza Agreement.
        You are mistaken, those who signed for a long time are no longer in the power structures, in any of the three countries.
        1. EvilLion April 3 2020 12: 20 New
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          Is Lukashenko against these agreements? On the contrary, he constantly pokes us with his sovereignty. So he approves them. So let him and you decide either Belarus is sovereign and then it’s not our problem that there is nothing there, or it can’t be without Russia, and then Oleg Egorov is absolutely right when he mocks that a whole Belarusian state should be fenced around two oil refineries.
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            ... he constantly pokes us ...

            To whom does it poke and in what is it expressed?
            Quote: EvilLion
            ... by its sovereignty ...

            So it seems that Russia does not intend to give up sovereignty.
            Did you read the draft amendments to the constitution or did you skip the discussion in the heat of the controversy?
    2. Oleg2003 April 3 2020 11: 18 New
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      And where are there no masks and gloves? Specifically
  • Oleg Skvortsov April 3 2020 06: 30 New
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    M-dya, a very irrelevant article, as if the Belarusian opposition wrote. And can you write about the 90s of V. Putin, when he still walked in a raspberry-colored jacket?
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      Another custom article on VO. It’s even a shame for the author - after all, he wrote good historical articles about the Caucasus - did he really do that?
    2. Ivan Kolodin April 3 2020 08: 40 New
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      Yes, for many, the shock will be that the expensive GDP, he did in St. Petersburg, how he shared the port, how he promoted the interests of criminal authorities, how the largest enterprises of the city and the region privatized with his participation .... What did his accomplices do and where did the Rotenberg brothers, Zolotov come from .. Against their background, the old man pressed all the crime in Belarus to the nail and did not fraternize with them
    3. EvilLion April 3 2020 08: 54 New
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      No one cares what Putin went to the 90s, and what he thought then. Stalin in his youth could subscribe to the ex, it’s interesting what Putin has done in 20 years. And he did a lot, but heaven just did not. This is yes, a flaw. Unforgivable.
  • parusnik April 3 2020 07: 00 New
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    "Everyone holds his fatherland!" (The congress of princes in Lyubec in 1097) ... Here is the LAS and holds ... smile
  • Egoza April 3 2020 07: 29 New
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    But in Ukraine, we would be happy to have such a president as Lukashenko, but alas! We’ll ask him - he won’t take it!
    1. JD1979 April 3 2020 15: 24 New
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      Damn, so invite to your place) we are only for)) You will have a duet - Luka-Klitschko, just manage to record pearls or clutch your head))). All you need to know about his management is that he managed to almost bankrupt Belaruskali)) like the 3rd place in the world in the production of fertilizers. It’s interesting how this was possible at all, with steady demand and an established work process, from the 2nd place in taxes to the bottom for the year ... Well, the only country in the post-Soviet space where the rate of national coupons (we still have no money)) difference from Russia and Ukraine) collapsed 10 times. Do you still want to have one?
  • Retvizan 8 April 3 2020 08: 04 New
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    Without going into the economic and political abilities of Lukashenko,
    I personally would credit him with the fact that during his reign the people of Belarus did not suffer the fate of participating in any military conflicts, both on the territory of the country and beyond.
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      Not one collective farm / state farm has collapsed. Enterprises are working. I think that the special services, in particular the KGB, took the best who were expelled by Kravchuk and EBN in the early 90's. I personally knew several of these officers. I defeated the separatism of the Poles in the west of the country, crime, which was very rampant in the 90s on the roads of the republic.
      I recall a case when in some area due to rains there was little rain. Two sacks of potatoes, a bag of beets and carrots were brought to each hut.
      Colorful, but far from stupid politician.
      1. EvilLion April 3 2020 12: 24 New
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        The only interesting thing is how much these enterprises will still work when their replenishment from Russia ceases. A closed system, only at the expense of its internal energy, cannot do work forever. And the profitability of old Soviet factories in the current realities is negative. As for the state farm, the modern agricultural holding is organized in exactly the same way. People in it go to work on schedule and receive salaries. Collective farms, by the way, have not been canceled in Russia; in various sectors this form of cooperation still exists.
  • Soviet Union April 3 2020 08: 11 New
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    In general, it’s true ... only it’s emotionally perceived as with spoons (found, but the sediment remains), here is the wind ...... not east, but rather anal.
  • Topol M April 3 2020 08: 31 New
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    Commentators! If you like AG so much, take it to yourself, and in the next election we will choose a normal president. We are already tired of this nonsense that rushes from each iron, treated with vodka, a bathhouse and a tractor. It hides the whole truth about the coronovirus, and the people get sick.
  • g_ae April 3 2020 08: 32 New
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    Today I realized what publication of similar articles about our dad looks like (although I am not at all a fan of him). This is similar to the reaction of a man who farted in a confined space, and pointedly holding his nose accuses the neighbors that he was spoiled by air. It is no coincidence that after yesterday's unconvincing, to put it mildly, speech of the Russian president article came out. Like, so what, that we are waist-deep in sewage. But the neighbors are head over heels. Here it is greatness. Someone else will remember about the allies? During the time when Lukashenko profiled millions, Vladimir Vladimirovich and his friends managed to fall in love with billions in a shorter time. This is greatness. And to whom much has been given, there is more demand. And pay attention that we are a gas station country (we have 3 plants), but Russia has become a pipe country with a tap due to GDP. This is greatness.
    I don’t want to offend anyone, but how did everything get tired.
    1. Andrey VOV April 3 2020 10: 14 New
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      You want to say that in Russia there is no refinery ???
      1. EvilLion April 3 2020 12: 27 New
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        Yeah, and every day I go to work past a wasteland, and the endless areas of Nizhnekamskneftekhim producing 100500 types of products. However, there is also a gas plant here. And in Europe EMNIP half of diesel fuel is imported from Russia. It’s just that life in the village makes people from villages, they’re sitting in their Belarusian village and reasoning for some refineries who would have stood up long ago if they hadn’t received oil at Russian prices.
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        That is, you wouldn’t mind the “gas station country”. Good. So be it. I do not mind.
  • prior April 3 2020 08: 43 New
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    Author, this is shallow. Here you are not there, not in the Duma - not a ride.
    If you want to whitewash your fucked up threesome from the Lake cooperative - you should not spoil the address of another, more successful one. I would have told better about breakthroughs, national projects, Skolkovo victories ....
    Lukashenko is neither a god nor an ideal, but for the welfare of the Belarusian people he did not bend under the Sechins-Mlechins, under whom you bent.
  • awdrgy April 3 2020 09: 11 New
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    Normal Lukashenko ruler Myself put in his place If only there were resources in the country like in Russia I think the question of who should join someone would be stupid But we have what we have However sarcasm in this situation looks dishonest and stupid
    1. Anatole Klim April 3 2020 09: 38 New
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      Quote: awdrgy
      Normal ruler Lukashenko .... If only the country had resources like in Russia

      Post-socialist countries of Europe, such as the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia ... do not have oil, gas, timber, or ore, but the standard of living is many times higher than in Belarus. We will not talk about Russia - the damned 90s, the dominance of the almighty oligarchs, the looting of the country, corruption and crime. But this was not the case in Belarus, he kept the factories, he kept the collective farms, he doesn’t have oligarchs, he fights corruption, he even shot the criminals on the roads, he regularly received economic assistance from Russia, so the Belarusian lives many times worse than a Czech, Slovak or Hungarian. Is it really about resources ???
      1. g_ae April 3 2020 09: 48 New
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        Would you like to say that betting on an alliance with Russia was a tragic mistake !? So it turns out that the Ukrainian non-brothers in their refusal to join the CU and the desire for the West are not so wrong? Oh God!
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          Quote: g_ae
          Would you like to say that betting on an alliance with Russia was a tragic mistake !?

          I want to say that today it’s not resources that determine the well-being of the country, Lukashenko received all resources, loans, and subsidies from Russia, so why didn’t he use it, everything was like a black hole. Moreover, Lukashenko has always emphasized his independence from Russia. Once again I ask why there are no breakthroughs in the economy?
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            Sorry, in the post-Soviet space, it is the resource-rich countries that feel more or less confident (Except Russia, of course. But here is hello to the Lake cooperative). And then do not exaggerate the importance of loans, grants, resources. Loans must be given, they also drop interest. Resources, although cheaper for us, are still more expensive than for Russians, and this is with a single "economic space", that is, here we are clearly in a less favorable position than the Russians. Not even equal. And subsidies? I beg of you. Here you have the average salary in the country of 38 thousand, the middle class at 17 thousand, 146% in the elections, the unprecedented increase in salaries is found at 1000 rubles. senior citizens live and travel around the world. Do you believe that? And all this is considered by the same people as our supposedly subsidies. And then. Belarus was an assembly shop. And turning Russia into a "great energy power" and destroying your industry, you also destroyed our final consumer. So not only that, even in the process of "import substitution" our products are being replaced. And we have no other market. And in order to enter other markets, it turns out that it was necessary, like all the countries you listed, to flee from Russia and enter the EU at any cost? So Ukraine is doing it now. I looked at the vehicle, looked at the EAEU and made obvious conclusions. On a fig to them "Titanic". I’m silent about the union state.
            By the way, and what can help and what to explain articles of similar quality.
            Yes, this is our president. When dealing with cows, milkmaids and tractor drivers can’t get any gloss. Whether it’s the matter of managing an officer club in Dresden or studying denunciations of citizens against each other. Here and in culture and literature you will become profound. That is yes.
            1. Oleg2003 April 3 2020 11: 26 New
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              Poor little thing, Russia subsidized Belarus annually for billions of dollars (oil and gas prices) for 30 years. And where are they? Why do citizens of Belarus leave for Russia, and not vice versa?
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                The question is different. Why Russian citizens flee from Russia. No matter how you take a patriot, he either has a second passport, or real estate, or lives in Miami at all, and comes to Russia to cut some money like Mashkov, for example. And how some mayor or governor edrosovsky drowns for Russia. And then resign and nonsense to the damned West. And there the little houses are waiting and the candle factory is in store, the bill is tidy in the bank. And what are all the patriots. Especially enchantingly, one of the leaders of Nashi jumped to his historical homeland. And there was such a putriot. And then he regained his sight, he said bitterly that Russia is not my mother anymore, I don’t want children to break their lives. And wiped it out. Here's how it is !?
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              Sorry, in the post-Soviet space, it is the resource-rich countries that feel more or less confident (Except Russia, of course. But here is hello to the Lake cooperative).

              Which ones? Lists pliz? or is it a bunch in the air?

              Quote: g_ae
              Resources, although cheaper for us, are still more expensive than for Russians, and this is with a single "economic space", that is, here we are clearly in a less favorable position than the Russians. Not even equal.

              And with what fright should domestic prices be for an independent country? Are you sharing your wallet with a neighbor? I'm sure not, but you want something to be shared with you)))

              Quote: g_ae
              Here you have the average salary in the country of 38 thousand, the middle class at 17 thousand, 146% in the elections, the unprecedented increase in salaries is found at 1000 rubles. senior citizens live and travel around the world. Do you believe that?

              Here we are listening to the great and mustachioed average for several years already 1000 rubles ($ 500), do you believe that? ))) At the colleague, the house in the village 140 from Minsk - people take food for a bill, there is no work, the villages are dead. What does BT do not show? Something urot!

              Quote: g_ae
              And then. Belarus was an assembly shop. And turning Russia into a "great energy power" and destroying your industry, you also destroyed our final consumer. So not only that, even in the process of "import substitution" our products are being replaced. And we have no other market.

              And that there was no import substitution in Belarus? ))) or is it only in the "country for life" it is possible, but Russia cannot support its manufacturer))) Double standards are they like that))) And who prevented you from entering other markets?))) and you do not confuse the market with a place of begging for help )))
              Let me guess what hindered the markets ... the range, quality and design of products from the middle of the last century))) Well, yes, if the equipment at MAZ, MTZ and other "Germans" still remembered)))

              Quote: g_ae
              And in order to enter other markets, it turns out that it was necessary, like all the countries you listed, to flee from Russia and enter the EU at any cost? So Ukraine is doing it now. I looked at the vehicle, looked at the EAEU and made obvious conclusions. On a fig to them "Titanic".

              Ahah))) and how is Ukraine? got access to the EU market?))) Yeah, only quotas are chosen for the week for the whole year))) And what are the Germans asking for this "Titanic" back, do they jump out of their pants?))) And technology transfer promises, and 100% localization))), only they don’t take something)))

              Quote: g_ae
              I’m silent about the union state.
              By the way, and what can help and what to explain articles of similar quality.

              Allied, and then allied, to act together))), and it turned out that give loans, give oil and gas, but in return you don’t even need to thank you - like you have to, because brothers? It’s even elementary to support Russia in political matters about South Ossetia and the Crimea, someone crawled into the bushes. Something somehow doesn’t come out in an allied way, don’t you? Rather, it looks like dependency or parasitism)) for which an article in Belarus))

              Quote: g_ae
              Yes, this is our president. When dealing with cows, milkmaids and tractor drivers can’t get any gloss.

              Well ... yes, only the main communication of the "top" leader of the country is still not taking place on the collective farm leader, but still in places where there is no easy way for the mortal, and with people who have been assigned higher education, mental work and organizational activities. With diplomats, leaders and senior officials of other countries. And now 20+ years have passed ... And the culture of speech has not changed))) as there was a collective farm that does not know how to talk with people, it remained, it only got worse, because completely ceased to follow himself, or the last sensible advisers fled. Just ashamed of the nonsense that in all seriousness this creature carries on the air. And this is a man who has to weigh his every word ...

              Quote: g_ae
              Whether it’s the matter of managing an officer club in Dresden or studying denunciations of citizens against each other. Here and in culture and literature you will become profound. That is yes.

              In a country where in leadership positions in organizations through one, or even each, a retired military policeman-guard himself and a bunch of sixes talk about culture and literature))) How much did they write? And it’s painfully folding text comes out))) You’re protecting your dad like a native, if not him, then it’s all gone))) Yeah, “I would have let it go but people aren’t letting go”))
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        All these Eastern European countries were actively helped so that they would pursue anti-Russian politics (though with a long-term loan, but this is a different story) A separate column was a relative increase in the standard of living of the population so that it understood "what is good and what is bad" Yes it’s actually a secret open door "
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          Quote: awdrgy
          All these Eastern European countries were actively helped in order to conduct anti-Russian politics.

          Over the past 10 years, Belarus has received from Russia subsidies, loans, preferences worth more than $ 100 billion. Abkhazia, South Ossetia, Crimea, Donbass, airbase, there is no support for Russia from the side of a balancer.
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            It’s right that there’s just enough to dress and heat Well, a little bit for the development of production of defense and other necessary things T e not enough and not “chocolate” for the population And in eastern Europe they acted not only with money, they went more cunningly, For example, no one I didn’t sign a document on anti-Russian politics, but on joining NATO, and that’s much worse. Using it, not only finances, but also a certain policy that allows the population to get relatively well
          2. g_ae April 3 2020 12: 57 New
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            Wow! Already 100 billion. Why not 200? Let’s immediately “stopitsot”. The same reliable amount. I’m wondering how it was considered? I am sure that there will be specialists in the Belarusian government who can calculate how much Belarus has provided services and preferences to Russia. And everything will be logical and true. And it is not known who will owe to whom. These numbers are nothing. There is an opinion that the hungry should not be given fish, but rather a fishing rod. In our case, a good uncle does not sell a fishing rod for a cheap poor fellow for a loan, for which he will buy fish from him (naturally at a price), and even sets a payment and a considerable fee for fishing from a pond. And then he exclaims: “Ah, you cattle are ungrateful! I’ve dumped so much money for you (credit plus interest), provided the market with a sales market (at its price), and you are starving again !?”
            As for the rest, a simple question. And the fig? Well, if someone out of a feeling of own coolness puts a light bulb in his mouth or somewhere else, it doesn’t mean that others should do the same. Moreover, if it is painless and even pleasant to such a steep one due to the same size, then someone and fins from such dubious "solidarity" and "support" can glue.
            Moreover, Abkhazia and South Ossetia did not flourish after that, not all Russian companies want to work in the Crimea, and Donbass (in the sense of New Russia) has just merged Russia. And negotiations are held in Minsk. Airbase? But the fig is needed here? Well, this is what she can protect me from in Minsk? Or you in Russia? Certainly does not protect from coronovirus? And what will happen after - see.
            1. Anatole Klim April 3 2020 14: 49 New
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              Quote: g_ae
              I’m wondering how it was considered? I am sure that there will be specialists in the Belarusian government who can calculate how much Belarus has provided services and preferences to Russia.

              Well, what still have not been counted? At one time, I remember Lukashenko shouting about covering up the Belarusian air defense system with Russia from the west, then “plush landing” unexpectedly happened, then Lukashenko started talking about covering up Russia with the Belarusian customs, but then sanctions and retaliatory Russian counter sanctions and smuggling flowed, and with Belarusian certificates. By the way, Lukasheko recently stated that all the wars waged by Russia were strangers to Belarus, spitting on the millions of Belarusians who died in the Second World War. It remains to follow the example of the Baltic states and other rubbish and calculate the damage from the Soviet era.
              After that, Abkhazia and South Ossetia did not flourish, not all Russian companies want to work in the Crimea, and Donbass (in the sense of New Russia) has just merged Russia.

              Abkhazia and South Ossetia did not flourish, but this is their business, let them work better, everything is in their hands, Russia helps. Donbass Russia merged ???, from now on in more detail, how did it merge, where did it merge? Donbass stands and does not merge. And about the air base, I will tell you so. After Lukashenko in Moscow promised Putin an air base and Putin publicly instructed Shoigu on the cameras, and Lukashenko, who arrived in Minsk, made surprised eyes and said that he knew nothing about the air base, then such a “politician” as Lukashenko would never have been in another country they wouldn’t let them on the threshold, but they let them in Russia. Do not want an air base, just say so, here it is a vile soul.
      3. Campanella April 3 2020 11: 29 New
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        Because he did not lie under the West!
        Sovereignty in the modern world of the capitalist miasm is expensive!
        Ukraine lay down to the west, so what? Blooms? Not so simple in this world.
      4. EvilLion April 3 2020 12: 33 New
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        He already lives worse than Russian. As for the Pole, there is no special army, no science, no space, no Caucasus and nasty climate in most of the territory, there were investments from the EU, Poland succeeded much better in this regard than the former. socialist, however, in terms of living standards, when compared with Russia, it will be somewhere plus or minus. Somewhere in Poland is better, somewhere in Russia. As for the Czech Republic, I will not say, unlike Poland, they developed quite well under the Austrians, but I would not have built any illusions. In addition, small well-fed countries are only such until the next time around them begins the dismantling of large players. So for Russia, or even Germany, in which case the chances of maintaining the standard of living of the population are much higher than for the Czech Republic.
        1. Kronos April 3 2020 14: 49 New
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          Another adherent of Russian capitalism
  • Tzar April 3 2020 10: 08 New
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    Well, how many times can you dig up potatoes? And shake your melons, clapping each watermelon like a baby in the ass? And even more so it’s time to reconsider the “strategy” of political behavior, when in the cowsheds of the president they even take record-breaking chicks for “their own”. Meanwhile, spice is added by the loss-making of MAZ and the actual stop of the BelAZ conveyor.

    Well said, neither diminish nor add.
    Old Man every day is happier to live, already about to buy oil for $ 4 and without premiums, or else it will be ...
  • dgonni April 3 2020 10: 16 New
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    Well, someone against the background of the great helmsman father is still across the throat. For it did not close in the bunker for the period of the epidemic and crisis in the economy!
  • TAMBU April 3 2020 11: 16 New
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    I personally compared only the education system. in Belarus, she prepares the guys a bit stronger ... the difference will manifest itself through the generation for sure.
  • Campanella April 3 2020 11: 24 New
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    The east wind carries a blizzard.
    What for? After all, the dad is obviously the best president of the entire post-Soviet soup set.
    “Young and active Putin” turned out to be the old one holding on to power as a temporary guarantor-hapalnik of the Yeltsin draft, and of his homies.
    And Old Man is a real integral politician, dragging forward Belarus surrounded by an evil tolerant world. Ukraine is already selling the latter, Russia has become a deeply raw "advanced" power. And Belarus managed to maintain its potential without natural resources.
    Bravo Lukashenko, you are the best!
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      Quote: Campanella
      The east wind carries a blizzard.
      What for? After all, the dad is obviously the best president of the entire post-Soviet soup set.
      “Young and active Putin” turned out to be the old one holding on to power as a temporary guarantor-hapalnik of the Yeltsin draft, and of his homies.
      And Old Man is a real integral politician, dragging forward Belarus surrounded by an evil tolerant world. Ukraine is already selling the latter, Russia has become a deeply raw "advanced" power. And Belarus managed to maintain its potential without natural resources.
      Bravo Lukashenko, you are the best!

      I subscribe to every word !!! good drinks
  • Maks1995 April 3 2020 11: 28 New
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    Ah, daddy srach continues ....
    now he has lost his face ...
    According to the experience of Ukraine, it will lose lard, meat, vodka, sugar, beets, machinery, land ....

    And what millions and preferences he had for oil, gas, food, supplies weapons details to many countries, etc. - somehow silent
  • Luty April 3 2020 11: 31 New
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    The author of the article does not know how everything really is in Belarus. In Gomel, when one guy with a coronovirus was identified, within a few hours they collected all 91 who contacted him and quarantined them in an organized manner and not at home. They collected them regardless of the time of day .
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  • EvilLion April 3 2020 12: 42 New
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    In general, I remember how even really respected people of communist views admired the old man, how did he not sell everything, one such. Where do we go to him. But here came the 2014th year and dill popped in the spring that they did not have time to mow. And somehow suddenly for them it turned out that the Old Man dill in every possible way fertilizes. "Lukashenko has been behaving disgustingly lately."

    No, if the only criterion is the preservation of collective farms and factories, and not a real increase in prosperity, then, of course, the Old Man is fine. Why privatize the plant when you can privatize the whole state. It’s just that welfare growth requires slightly different actions than subsidizing enterprises that have become unprofitable, for example, it is necessary to modernize them, search for markets, fire redundant people and then add them somewhere, or maybe even shut down and do something with the population.

    While all the painful processes were going on in Russia, it was possible to rub people that we did not like in Russia, which also took on all the debts. But now the Russian economy is more efficient, and people who are not fit into the new realities are either retired or at the cemetery.
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      So he did not fit the slogan of the Russian bourgeois? At the cemetery !
  • Radikal April 3 2020 13: 06 New
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    Quote: Lipchanin
    Quote: novel xnumx
    good taste! Hello!

    Well this is my hobby laughing
    Hi hi

    You have to become the hero of the film - "Peeping -... 3". Good luck! wassat
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      Such a normal target!
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    Quote: Luty
    The author of the article does not know how everything really is in Belarus. In Gomel, when one guy with a coronovirus was identified, within a few hours they collected all 91 who contacted him and quarantined them in an organized manner and not at home. They collected them regardless of the time of day .

    The author knows everything, he just has an order, the money has been paid, it is necessary to comply. hi bully
  • Radikal April 3 2020 13: 10 New
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    Quote: Campanella
    The east wind carries a blizzard.
    What for? After all, the dad is obviously the best president of the entire post-Soviet soup set.
    “Young and active Putin” turned out to be the old one holding on to power as a temporary guarantor-hapalnik of the Yeltsin draft, and of his homies.
    And Old Man is a real integral politician, dragging forward Belarus surrounded by an evil tolerant world. Ukraine is already selling the latter, Russia has become a deeply raw "advanced" power. And Belarus managed to maintain its potential without natural resources.
    Bravo Lukashenko, you are the best!

    yes yes yes good Respect! hi
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    all went to rub comments, typical order
  • Kushka April 3 2020 13: 42 New
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    Author - Lukashenko President of the country! Do you know such a lot?
    (tips: there are about 200 countries in the world, 7,8 billion people in the world,
    4 billion men).
    Ancient wisdom "No stones are thrown into a non-fertile tree"
  • Operator April 3 2020 13: 50 New
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    Belarus has become a hotbed of coronavirus in Europe due to the rejection of any quarantine - all catering establishments, cinemas operate in the country, mass events are held, etc.

    Rygorych said that Belarusians “should not only wash their hands with vodka, but probably also poison the virus 40-50 grams in terms of pure alcohol ... visit the sauna two or three times a week for prevention ... sports, especially ice, a refrigerator this is the real antiviral medicine "



    For coronavirus, low environmental temperatures are ideal for distribution.
  • My three penny April 3 2020 13: 51 New
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    I look, so many supporters of the Old Man gathered.
  • Galleon April 3 2020 14: 09 New
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    Do I have an advertisement of good Belarusian joiner's machines after the article? smile Like a mockery of an article. After all, if neighbors were able to preserve factories, production, their own agriculture at tricks and subsidies (in quotation marks or without quotes), how much it hurts the eyes of those who "optimized" in their country with your resources and industry, and medicine, and education, and the population.
    1. Kronos April 3 2020 14: 52 New
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      Yes, I just went order to otmazyvat Putin who is the only one on a par with Ukraine did not help ordinary people during quarantine and all for large business and banks
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    Finally, Lukashenko got Old Man "nuts"!
  • Uncle Izya April 3 2020 15: 40 New
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    Luke is still that goose in trampled family pants, but why should Russia not help the United States in a poor country, will not say thank you, but will count it as weakness?
  • Pavel57 April 3 2020 19: 57 New
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    Old Man has already made history. The truth is what?
  • Cop
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    It was impossible to call his purely political tactics subtle and elegant, but it was effective ...
    And you yourself, what do you prefer, efficiency or elegance?
    Therefore, Lukashenko, cleverly manipulating illusions within the CIS and Russia's imperial nostalgia for the Union and the fraternity, maintained order and an adequate standard of living in his country to periodically point a finger toward a neighbor mired in the war for example to his citizens.
    Is it really bad? He, unlike ours, has preserved his people.
    But the sympathy of the people, obviously, fell on Lukashenko,
    He defended his people, but did not sell, that's why they fell .....
    Entire volumes of ridiculous pearls were easily forgiven:
    For comparison, you would have voiced our pearls, well, from "wet ...." to "... pigs ...." ...
    How can you not forgive, when you look towards the "Tsar" Boris involuntarily begin to be baptized
    And now, looking at our baptism, you are not drawn to?
    And it is no secret that many promised him the prospect of trying on the crown of the Mother See himself.
    Should this happen, I think we would live better now.
    Yes, and all the same nostalgia helped pump up the country with cheap resources.
    That is what it means to be a patriot of your homeland.
    ... Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, who showed his teeth in the Caucasus,
    Judging by the statements of his "personal infantryman" it becomes immediately evident who has molars and who has .... milk.
    .... managed to get into a combat plane ....
    And what about the submarines?
    And what is all this to cover?
    Well, how? Four dollars per barrel of URALS oil ..... laughing
    But nostalgia for Russia worked, raw materials and purchases of Belarusian products were on, so there was nothing to wipe away tears about failed political leadership.
    Once again I praise him for this. How, over and over, he bent our ...
    This political dementia will continue to gain momentum.
    Come on. Lukashenko spoke calmly and busily with the people and without a mask. And ours, even the costume was used by an American (apparently does not trust the domestic manufacturer), and his mask was not easy ...
    .... this antediluvian figure hands in his hand the political trump cards of the nationalist opposition like the aforementioned BPF party.
    Would you like him to just kill them?
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      Come on.

      ----------------------
      Bravo, Valya. I'm not a fan of Alexander G., but ours just infuriates me. And Belarus is not a foreign land to me.
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        Quote: Altona
        but ours just pisses me off. And Belarus is not a foreign land to me.

        I am with you. Comrade, Eugene, I fully agree. Very enraging. yes
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  • Old Horseradish April 3 2020 21: 53 New
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    Another duty bucket of slop on Belarus. It is strange that there are fewer howls, that the Chinese are "friends and brothers." YES, such pictures are already in the distant past, thanks to the efforts of our friends, oligarchs, cosmopolitans.

    They used to give the Order of Friendship of Peoples:

    Well, now we need to give other orders. Type "divide and conquer":
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      late, everything is lost
  • KJIETyc April 4 2020 03: 52 New
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    Quote: EvilLion
    Well, if tractors began to be destroyed several times less, then they need to be produced less. Although you are arguing from a position of stagnation, which was already scoffed at in the USSR, that industry works for itself, and the plant is needed to give its employees an apartment. But on the shelves in the shops, not a damn thing, although the whole country goes to work. Actually, all supposedly collapsed factories in Russia are divided into 3 types:
    1) Became superfluous, for example, due to the reduction of the army, or reorganization into more efficient forms of management, in particular in agriculture.
    2) Producing a non-competitive product, instead of which everyone began to buy better imports.
    3) Producing kerosene lamps and other chapel.

    in Russia there are 3 tractors per 1000 hectares, in Belarus 9, in Germany in the region of 60. Write isto. "better imports"
  • wooja April 4 2020 04: 44 New
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    With all the shortcomings of the Old Man, he is right in many ways ... but unable to prove his case ... because he is weak and timid. Unfortunately, for many reasons, the Old Man is not wealthy, but the worst for him, he missed his chance-- the author is right.
  • NERV April 4 2020 09: 57 New
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    When? When will Russia stop shit bast shoes?
  • Chaldon48 April 4 2020 10: 58 New
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    As Vysotsky sang: "As long as the rope does not curl, and you wrap yourself in a loop"
  • polinet April 4 2020 12: 43 New
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    Quote: dgonni
    Well, someone against the background of the great helmsman father is still across the throat. For it did not close in the bunker for the period of the epidemic and crisis in the economy!

    Everything is much simpler - he has the elections in 2 months, and there is no money to quarantine the country, from the word in general. Oh, I liked reigning - and in everything he "understands" wherever spit. Straight international strategist, as you listen to local news.
  • polinet April 4 2020 12: 46 New
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    I look, so many supporters of the Old Man gathered.

    yeah, by the way, the Russians mostly praise under the influence of noodles, which he has been hanging for 25 years. Local people have not listened to him for a long time, even grannies who loved for cakes and who had already begun to disown them for a long time.
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      yeah, by the way, the Russians mostly praise, under the influence of noodles, which he has been hanging for 25 years.

      Here me personally you just spat in the soul! crying
  • vavilon April 4 2020 14: 13 New
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    Lukashenko loves and worries what will happen from Belarus after him
    I think a hundred if in Russia the rules of the "Old Man" would certainly not exist such as Chubais and others like him
  • lot
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    in general, the hype in rb was yesterday about the death of my father.
    135 kg there and everything is there. [Media = https: //news.tut.by/society/679135.html] he was over 70.
    Below is my answer to the officials, who I am trying to convey, as well as a certificate of the father whom I buried today.
    "Dear Sirs, senior officials, I hope Musk will give you not only Tesla, but also carriages; I personally address the phrase“ no heavy ”from April 2, worthy of becoming a meme to the governor.
    In short, who was my father Vladimir Sergeyevich:
    He was born on 04.02.1950/70/70 in the Miorsky district of Vitebsk region, he was “over XNUMX”, his parents were a front-line soldier with a bullet wound in his chest, he lived “over XNUMX” and my grandmother, also with the status of a participant in the hostilities, lived longer.
    Father, having studied after school at ChVVMU, served in the Northern Fleet, was the commander of a ship with nuclear weapons on board. In the 90s, for well-known reasons, he was demobilized in the then RB, in the Vitebsk region, where he worked until his retirement. In retirement, like most pensioners, he was gardening in the country, played chess well at the CCM level, raised grandchildren, loved cars, regularly went to the pool and was a sociable person.
    Until the end of his days, he received congratulations and thanks from all the countries of the former USSR from hundreds of sailors, midshipmen, officers serving under his command, and their parents (!)
    Condolences are accepted on Skype sidorov_50; don't be upset if the subscriber is offline. "

    father served in Severomorsk, then Gremikha, military unit 36166, floating base PM 44, Sidorov Vladimir Sergeevich
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      https://news.tut.by/society/678978.html - "тяжёлых нет" - фраза Лукашенко на 2 апреля, когда умер отец, будучи на тот день в коме 5й день.

      Sherstnev (Governor of the Vitebsk region. - Approx. TUT.BY) reported to me yesterday, the last case he had. I ask, why did you die this one? And he says: “Alexander Grigoryevich, how can you live with 135 kg in weight?”
      Read more: https://news.tut.by/society/679135.html
      shorter cynicism and dullness rolls over, just like with macaroni.
  • ermak124.0 April 4 2020 18: 34 New
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    It seems to me that Lukashenko is always extremely honest with his citizens.

    It’s ridiculous. Bravo!
  • pro100y.belarus April 4 2020 19: 04 New
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    Everything is just beginning ... Strength tests ahead.
    So let's see who can handle it and who - "I'm tired, I'm leaving."
  • datura23 April 4 2020 21: 40 New
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    his time is over - you need someone smarter
    1. leoni53 April 7 2020 12: 02 New
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      Offer a real smart, or will you go yourself?
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        you pickle it too, like Lenin, for example, maybe you should think about the future with your head? Nobody diminishes his merits, but he fools before his eyes - age
  • leoni53 April 7 2020 12: 02 New
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    Love Troll Lukashenko