Coronavirus for the West turned out to be worse than Putin


What the Middle East terrorists and the “Russian threat” did not achieve, came under the power of the COVID-19 virus. Americans and Europeans are afraid to go outside, and Western democracies have turned into police states in a matter of weeks.


The famous American publication The New York Times admits that the coronavirus has created a new form of terror, virtually paralyzing the economy and turning the entire ordinary life of a western inhabitant upside down. Western society was already rapidly atomizing, social relations between people became thinner and thinner, but the pandemic accelerated this process many times.

In the minds of impressionable Americans today is the fear of any stranger. He does not have to be an immigrant from the East, as during the anti-terrorist paranoia. Now the threat can be seen in the noble neighborly grandfather, in the saleswoman of the supermarket and even in the medical professional. After all, they can be infected, even if they do not get sick. Therefore, on the streets, people shy away from each other as they once shied away from visiting women, wrapped in their black robes.

Although Steve Erlanger, the author of The New York Times, is trying to convince the reader that terrorism is far worse than epidemics, the magnitude of the damage caused by the coronavirus to the global economy casts doubt on these words. However, this is the undoubted fault of governments: not only American, but almost all countries of the world. Such threats as international terrorism, political extremism, the danger of an attack by a hostile state have always been considered much more serious and significant than threats of a biological, natural nature.

States invested tremendously in equipping the armed forces, in intelligence and counterintelligence activities, created special forces units, and health care and virology expenses were somewhere near the end of the budget spending list. And so in any country - both in Russia and in the USA. But coronavirus quickly showed the fallacy of this approach: it turned out that a viral disease is able to "knock out" the economy harder than many wars, not to mention terrorist attacks or popular unrest.

In general, the nature of publications in the American press in recent weeks shows the whole difficult situation in which the United States finds itself. On the one hand, we see a fear of coronavirus, which makes the government accuse of insufficient measures, their lateness, and on the other, fear of economic and social collapse: quarantine is death for small businesses, it is massive unemployment and a catastrophic deterioration in the lives of ordinary people. But there is a positive component: fate itself has given American society a chance to understand that Russia and the Russians are not their main threat. Of course, Donald Trump is trying not to forget about foreign policy, but most Americans are no longer interested.

Steve Erlanger cites Peter Neumann, a professor of security at King's College London, who is convinced that after a pandemic, understanding of the security system in developed countries will change. The authorities will understand that such a direction as protection against biological threats is no less important than strengthening the army, anti-terrorist activities or counterintelligence. Most likely, special services will have their own virological departments, and redistribution in funding will occur.

However, we will be frank, and in Russia the situation is no better. Yes, there aren’t so many sick people, but the self-isolation regime will hurt both the country's economy and the budget of millions of ordinary citizens. It was difficult for the federal government to take any really effective measures to support citizens, and it was simply difficult for the federal authorities to take upon themselves the full responsibility. And this is understandable, since the country was not ready for such a development of events: for decades, the domestic health care system was destroyed, financing of medical facilities was carried out on a residual basis, basic medical personnel received meager salaries.

If we think about the future, the most important question that begs itself is whether the authorities will be able to draw some conclusions from current events and change their policies so that in the future the repetition of such scenarios would bring much less damage.
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  1. NEXUS April 8 2020 14: 16 New
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    Am I already tired of one by one that they put us on a par with Ebola, then with coronovirus?
    I propose to equate the mattresses of dermocrats with gonorrhea or a chihotke.
    1. dvina71 April 8 2020 14: 18 New
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      I'm tired of the order alone

      Are you not Russian or what?
      They say - even call a pot, just don’t put it in the oven .. N. shit on them ... and their opinion ..
      1. NEXUS April 8 2020 14: 20 New
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        Quote: dvina71
        They say - even call a pot, just don’t put it in the oven .. N. shit on them ... and their opinion ..

        Do we live on another planet, dear? Or do you need to build a fence along the border and isolate yourself from everyone? The essence of these comparisons has not changed; we continue to be demonized as a people and as a country.
        1. dvina71 April 8 2020 14: 25 New
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          Quote: NEXUS
          we continue

          For almost a thousand years .. and maybe a little more .. To survive because of this?
          1. Lipchanin April 8 2020 14: 29 New
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            Quote: dvina71
            For almost a thousand years .., and maybe a little more.

          2. NEXUS April 8 2020 14: 40 New
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            Quote: dvina71
            For almost a thousand years .. and maybe a little more .. To survive because of this?

            You know, I once said that the very model of BORDERS in the world is flawed and beneficial only to a narrow circle of people who rule everything that happens and lives on the planet. It is because of these very borders, currency, ambition, anger and envy and banal fear that wars, epidemics, crises and much of what is happening in the world take place.
            Separate from everyone? People are social beings. A society in itself cannot be driven into borders. But it is possible to influence the opinion and views of a certain part of world society, for the sake of our interests. This is what we see on the example of European states or America itself. We are demonized for one simple reason, we are the largest country in the world in area. Historically, the lands on which our ancestors lived were much larger. The peoples living on the territory of Eurasia once lived in one state, and there is plenty of scientific evidence for this. Separated from all, isolated, we only help those who benefit from these borders.
            1. dvina71 April 8 2020 14: 49 New
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              We are being demonized for one simple reason - we are the largest country in the world by area

              YES? Here Tsar Vasily Ivanovich is surprised ..
              1. NEXUS April 8 2020 14: 52 New
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                YES? Here Tsar Vasily Ivanovich is surprised ..

                Estimate ... or do you really believe that historical nonsense that we have been injected into at schools and institutes? Well then, yes, we are descended from monkeys. fellow
                1. voyaka uh April 8 2020 14: 59 New
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                  “Well then, yes, we descended from monkeys.” ///
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                  I am from a monkey. And you from whom, from Adam?
                  1. NEXUS April 8 2020 15: 00 New
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                    “Well then, yes, we descended from monkeys.” ///
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                    I am from a monkey. And you from whom, from Adam?

                    Well then, climb onto a palm tree and chew bananas ... just tell me, dear, but where is the transition from monkey to human? And where in general did humanity originate, and most importantly, how?
                    1. Avior April 8 2020 18: 18 New
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                      Here are all the links and types - both missing and missing smile
                      https://antropogenez.ru/catalog-hominids/
                  2. NEXUS April 8 2020 15: 04 New
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                    Quote: voyaka uh
                    I am from a monkey. And you from whom, from Adam?

                    Since you are so smart, answer me a simple question: why didn’t macaques, chimpanzees, gorillas evolve as well? The time for this was millions of years.
                    1. Oyo Sarkazmi April 8 2020 15: 35 New
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                      Quote: NEXUS
                      macaques, chimpanzees, gorillas also did not evolve?

                      Surprise - they just evolved. Adapted to glaciation, desertification, heat. And man was mothballed 300 thousand years ago. Walking fossil.
                      1. dvina71 April 8 2020 15: 53 New
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                        Quote: Oyo Sarkazmi
                        Walking fossil.

                        Well, it’s not like that .. the brain has evolved .. and in volume and proportions ..
                    2. grandfather_Kostya April 8 2020 16: 06 New
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                      I'll try. No monkey will ever give birth to a man, only the same monkey, perhaps more ugly. All evolution takes place at the level of PROJECTS of anything. Nobody will wait until the 5th generation plane crawls out of the exhaust pipe of the 4th generation aircraft, wait at least a million years. Instead, thousands of people have been inventing new technologies for decades, driving samples at stands, achieving what they want, and only then a NEW PROJECT is born or a “mutation” occurs (I hate this hypocritical, non-clarifying term). In biology, everything is on the same principle: "In the beginning was the word."
                  3. fif21 April 8 2020 16: 59 New
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                    Quote: voyaka uh
                    I am from a monkey. And you from whom, from Adam?

                    Joke: A cat asks a cat - from whom did we come from? From the lions! - the cat answers. And the owner is from whom? ”The cat asks. From a monkey! - the cat answers. Cat- what a shame !!!! wassat
                2. dvina71 April 8 2020 15: 11 New
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                  Well then yes, we descended from monkeys

                  No, not from monkeys. But we had a common ancestor ..
                  Actually, modern history ... as a science ... is based not on speculation, like your new history, but on facts. Archeology, literature .. all kinds of methods for determining the age of artifacts .. Do you have what?
                  Maybe that's why you have such a reaction to the article?
                  1. NEXUS April 8 2020 15: 15 New
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                    Actually, modern history ... like science.

                    MODERN HISTORY IS A LONG TIME SCIENCES. She has been rewritten so many times that to believe her is the same as to believe in fairy tales about Kolobok.
                    Quote: dvina71
                    Archeology,

                    Archeology say ... and what does modern archeology explain for example about skeletons of people under 4 meters tall?
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                    literary sources

                    Yeah ... Say hello to Miller.
                    Quote: dvina71
                    all kinds of methods for determining the age of artifacts ..

                    Which are increasingly erroneous ...
                    Quote: dvina71
                    What do you have?

                    And we have architecture, which is not so easy to die out as the annals.
                    1. dvina71 April 8 2020 15: 24 New
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                      Quote: NEXUS
                      And we have architecture, which is not so easy to die out as the annals.

                      Example..
                      1. NEXUS April 8 2020 15: 30 New
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                        Quote: dvina71
                        Example..

                        Easy...

                        Tell us how traditional history says, they say this cultural layer has grown so much. fellow

                        Well, then they sat right in the garage and baled granite by hand ... yeah ... more examples? Eat them all over the world.
                      2. dvina71 April 8 2020 15: 40 New
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                        Why the first photo .. I did not understand .., even wooden houses without a solid foundation, sadly but deliberately plunge into the ground .. This is another science .. physics .. although for you this is a false science ... but it is quite explains your picture too.
                        Second ..
                        Do you think that the societies that built cities, temples two thousand years ago ... ships of the sea ... sewers, plumbing ... could not organize the processing of marble mechanically?
                        You at least look at the columns in Greek temples ..
                        .
                      3. NEXUS April 8 2020 15: 50 New
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                        Why the first photo .. I did not understand ..,

                        And I’ll explain, since you don’t understand ... the lower floors of buildings are being dug up all over the world, and science explains it as a growth of the cultural layer. so that it’s easier, stupidly made the second or third floor the first, so as not to bother. How do you like this version? And this despite the fact that there were sewers in the Roman Empire, people cleaned the streets, etc. ... and what’s most interesting, dating of such lower floors does not fit into the dating of official history.
                        More examples? Yes, for example, Thunder-stone in St. Petersburg. A very colorful European tells how he was dug up, dragged and transported on barges. 2000 tons of granite ... this is to the point that historians say that we had Russia with wood and, moreover, wooden. But even if it’s wooden ... what kind of woodworking scale should it be in order to configure so much? Well, the Hermitage, this is generally a classic of official historical idiocy.
                        Quote: dvina71
                        Do you think that the societies that built cities, temples two thousand years ago ... ships of the sea ... sewers, plumbing ... could not organize the processing of marble mechanically?

                        Stop ... I’m telling you about the official version, which they are bringing in to us at schools and institutes. They then state that industry was neither heavy nor light until the 19th century in Russia.
                        Quote: dvina71
                        You at least look at the columns in Greek temples ..

                        Soberly look at the Hermitage ... yeah ... I’ll say more, more and more serious historians say that the same Peter is not 300 years old, but much more. But they feed us the historical semi-finished product that Peter built it.
                      4. AU Ivanov. April 8 2020 16: 02 New
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                        And no one hides that in the territory of present-day St. Petersburg there were villages, people lived. At the mouth of Okhta was the Nyenschanz fortress. The banks of the Neva were inhabited. But St. Petersburg was founded by Peter.
                      5. NEXUS April 8 2020 16: 07 New
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                        But St. Petersburg was founded by Peter.

                        A few questions then to you ...
                        Turn on your brains and answer me in terms of logic, what did Peter follow when deciding to build a city on swamps, if there was a mass of land around, where there were no swamps?
                        The second question, was Peter really a true Peter?
                        And the third question, why did you need to build a city near (relatively) with the Swedes, given that the relations with Sweden in those days were not to say that they were friendly?
                      6. AU Ivanov. April 8 2020 16: 10 New
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                        Peter was guided by strategic considerations. What guided the leadership of the USSR, building a fleet base in the Arctic, because there is a warm Black Sea.
                      7. NEXUS April 8 2020 16: 15 New
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                        Peter was guided by strategic considerations. What guided the leadership of the USSR, building a fleet base in the Arctic, because there is a warm Black Sea.

                        Yeah ... I’ll explain to you on the fingers ... why didn’t you make the kitchen in the toilet? He’s closer to the room.
                        Around there were lands not swampy, but Peter decided not to look for easy ways. Where is the logic, Zin?
                3. dvina71 April 8 2020 16: 06 New
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                  They then state that industry was neither heavy nor light until the 19th century in Russia.

                  Where are you getting it? Already under Ivan Vasilievich there was an artillery yard .. where not only artillery was made. By the way, the film Andrei Rublev very well shows how this was done. It’s quite technologically advanced, although there is a lot of manual labor ..
                  I'm not saying that during the Mongol invasion, they used heavy wall-masonry and stone-throwing guns ... this is the 13th century .. Which explains their arrival in the winter, when the rivers became and heavy cars could be delivered through them to ANY Russian city. time ... they all stood and stand on the rivers ..
                4. NEXUS April 8 2020 16: 13 New
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                  Already under Ivan Vasilievich there was an artillery yard ..

                  There was ... however, official history claims that all this was to say so at a handicraft level. I am talking about INDUSTRIAL scales. The same buildings made of red bricks ... study the technology of manufacturing red bricks, and then tell me how in the 15-16 century this could all be built, and even in such volumes. About eggs in a solution is generally a masterpiece of idiocy. You can also talk about making glass ... yeah. Transportation, logistics, transport, roads, etc. ... all this implies an INDUSTRY commensurate with the modern one, however, our officials babble about artels, serfs, etc. ...
                  And by the way ... the production of guns ... there are also a lot of questions about whether they fired nuclei or something else.
                5. dvina71 April 8 2020 17: 20 New
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                  however, official history states that all this was to say so at a artisanal level

                  I have never met such a statement. In general, assessing the level of industry in a historical perspective / retrospect is meaningless. It is necessary to compare the comparable .. that is, industry of one temporary order. After 500 years, the current industry will be artisanal ..
                  Quote: NEXUS
                  learn the technology of red brick manufacturing

                  and what is so complicated? People, however, have cast copper, bronze, gold a couple of thousand years ago. One and a half thousand began to cast iron .. and here they have a stupor ... they can’t burn brick from clay .. Every kind of utensil, utensils, clay toys should be annealed, but brick ..not .. difficult incredibly ..
                  Do you really believe in what you write?
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                  You can also talk about making glass ... yeah.

                  And what is there to talk about? As soon as we learned how to melt iron, it’s not far behind glass either. The only thing is to create and maintain an even temperature for the required time, then pour the contents into blanks .. and what’s there .. iron-containing ore or a heap of sand.
                  .
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                  INDUSTRY commensurate with modern

                  Eeee how is it? In proportions per population .. possible, but gross ..
                  Where do you get this from?
                6. NEXUS April 8 2020 17: 36 New
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                  In general, assessing the level of industry in a historical perspective / retrospect is meaningless. It is necessary to compare the comparable .. that is, industry of one temporary order. After 500 years, the current industry will be artisanal ..

                  It’s interesting, but what will you answer me if I tell you that the level of industry and knowledge in general 300-500 years ago was an order of magnitude, if not several orders of magnitude higher than now? Proof of? For God's sake. Have you ever asked yourself the question, why are we not able to repeat much of what was built 300-500-1000 and so on years ago even now?
                  That is, it is necessary to compare the comparable ... and compare the current level with the level of a thousand years ago is ridiculous, because that level was incommensurably higher.
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                  and what is so complicated?

                  Since you are too lazy to study this issue, I will explain briefly ... to get a brick, you need to keep it for days at temperatures from 800 to 1200 degrees. What coal can this be achieved? Again, logistics. You need roads (not gouged rural paths), you need ports, you need storage depots, etc. ... and the brick is one in quality an order of magnitude better than modern. Well, about the volume of construction and say nothing. There is a real industrial scale.
                  With glass, it is still more interesting in this context.
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                  All utensils, utensils, clay toys to anneal, and a brick ..not .. difficult incredibly ..

                  Yeah ... the comparison is a masterpiece of course ... where was the brick stored, how was it transported, on what? Toys pancake ...))
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                  The only thing is to create and maintain an even temperature for the necessary time, then pour the contents into the blanks ..,

                  I say, if you did not understand about the gasification of the country and industry in particular, since maintaining the required temperature with coal, steam it up. In addition, if it is stupid to assume that all the same somehow coal was all done, where was it stored, mined in such volumes?
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                  Eeee how is it? In proportions per population .. possible, but gross ..
                  Where do you get this from?

                  You look at brick buildings 300-400 years ago, and most importantly, the quantity and quality of buildings. I'm not talking about the fact that architecture on all continents is very similar in many respects ... examples? Yes, please ... The Temple of Vesta in Greece ... in Russia, these temples are everywhere. And the girl before marriage was called VESTA. And when she got married, she became the Unknown.
                7. dvina71 April 8 2020 18: 14 New
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                  . Since you are too lazy to study this issue, I will explain briefly ... to get a brick, you need to keep it for days at temperatures from 800 to 1200 degrees. What coal can this be achieved?

                  In a modern factory, time for manufacturing ... I emphasize ... manufacturing ... about a day. Then it is simply taken out under a canopy and it cools down to street temperature there. The main task after sharp heating and crystallization, to prevent sudden cooling .. the brick will crumble.
                  Similarly, it happened in the 14-15th century with casting bells. Only there the temperature regime was even tougher, because long and thin walls cracked during the wrong cooling mode .. the result of such a jamb can be seen in the Kremlin .. the king’s bell is called.
                  In my opinion, you can hardly imagine what firing is ... By the way, dishes and clay toys were more difficult to burn than bricks.
                  . Yes, please ... The Temple of Vesta in Greece ... in Russia, these temples are everywhere. And the girl before marriage was called VESTOY.A when she got married, she became the Unknown

                  Yeah ... I didn’t expect to read this on VO.
                  Please .. explain to me how you use modern Russian for the times when you spoke differently?
        2. matross April 8 2020 17: 27 New
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          more and more serious historians say that Peter is not 300 years old, but much more. But they feed us the historical semi-finished product that Peter built it.

          Do serious historians have last names?
          And who built Petersburg? Not the Egyptians by the hour? wassat
        3. voyaka uh April 8 2020 19: 55 New
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          User Nexus belongs to a rare sect ..., which believes that located at +1.5 m above sea level, St. Petersburg was DROPPED out of the ground. And these magnificent buildings were built, such as Isaac and the Kazan Cathedral, in time immemorial, some Hyperboreans of 4 meters in height.
          It is useless to argue with representatives of this sect. They are outside the brain area. sad
        4. NEXUS April 8 2020 22: 28 New
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          It is useless to argue with representatives of this sect. They are outside the brain area.

          Warrior, I certainly knew that you are not far from the mind, but not to the same extent as to scribble your Izhmyslism behind your back. Now I will treat your person accordingly. And by the way, at the expense of 4-meter skeletons, Hyperborea, and so on ... you, historiH and our archaeologist, enlighten the dark, where did these skeletons and historical facts of the existence of Tartaria, the same Hyperborea or Atlantis come from. Or did the thought crept into your brain that our given civilization is directly the first on this planet?
        5. Liam April 8 2020 22: 39 New
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          Than time to lose here, it’s better to sign up to what thread the evening school for overripe losers. And start from the 1st grade.
      2. Sergei Potapenko April 9 2020 02: 26 New
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        My respect to you voyaka! Yes, talking and even more arguing with people who are foamy at the mouth prove the existence of some fossils of people four meters tall, some representatives of Hyperborea and further down the list, it is also meaningless, as with the supporters of flat land and other nonsense! It remains only to understand and forgive!)) And yes, especially for the Nexus, whoever you would like to appear to be, people did not descend from monkeys, it’s more complicated, people and monkeys had a Common dying ancestor! After that, evolutionary paths diverged.
      3. NEXUS April 9 2020 04: 46 New
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        Yeah, talking and even more arguing with people who with foam at the mouth prove the existence of certain fossils of people four meters tall,

        Always "smart people" touched who speak through people’s lips, not directly, but in the back ... oh well ..
        Since you are so smart, tell me, what is it?

        It is scientifically confirmed that this bone is exactly human.
        The traces of the existence of giant humans have been discovered repeatedly over the centuries. Messages about found turtles or bones of anomalously large sizes came from different parts of the planet - the USA, Egypt, Armenia, China, India, Mongolia, Australia and even the islands of the Pacific Ocean. True, human growth of more than two meters now will not surprise anyone. As the photographs testify, in the 1911th century there were people whose growth significantly exceeded two meters. However, we are talking about finds that can be used to judge the much more impressive dimensions of humanoid individuals. In 3,5, near Lovelock in the US state of Nevada, the production of guano was suspended, since scientists were interested in the found human skeletons with an increase of 67 meters. Archaeologists were especially struck by the jaw discovered away from the full skeletons: its size was at least three times the jaw of an average person. During the extraction of jasper in Australia, the remains of giant people were also found, significantly exceeding three-meter growth. But the real sensation was a human tooth 42 millimeters high and 6 millimeters wide. Its owner should have been at least 12 meters tall. Perhaps the most astounding find was discovered by the Indian military. The well-preserved skeletons found in a remote area of ​​India "Empty Quarter" reached a height of XNUMX meters! However, the place was immediately closed from prying eyes, allowing only a team of archaeologists to reach the ancient burial grounds.

        Now about Tartaria ...

        XNUMXth century map - "L'Asie dresse sur les observations de l'Academie Royale des Sciences et quelques autres, et Sur les memoires les plus recens. Amsterdam. Chez R. & J. Ottens"

        As for Hyperborea, Atlantis and further down the list, it is in your brain that it is all fairy tales and fiction, about which both Plato and Socrates and many others wrote. Apparently these men were also dark, like 12 a.m.

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        And yes, especially for the Nexus, whoever you would like to appear to be, a person did not descend from monkeys, everything is more complicated, a person and a monkey had a Common dying ancestor!

        Che seriously? But why did we evolve, but there is no monkey? Did you eat badly or work through the sleeves? It was more than enough time, you are our scientist.
      4. unhappy April 9 2020 07: 19 New
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        The first was a clever kid, the middle one was this and that, the third one was at all. (with)
        Evolution separates the "brothers" - someone became a sapiens, someone became a monkey. You understand this - it means trolling, do not understand - you will be the third. request
  • Svarog April 8 2020 14: 30 New
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    I propose to equate the mattresses of dermocrats with gonorrhea or a chihotke.

    Too mild disease .. laughing The USA with democrats and other liberals, the stage of evolution that has already been passed, can be compared with Alzheimer's disease .. The world has changed, demands have changed, now socialism is more in demand than ever .. This is the next stage in the development of mankind.
  • figwam April 8 2020 14: 34 New
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    People found an interesting coincidence, coronavirus - surivanoroc, which is translated from the Hindi language as surivan or oc - sunrise and eye.
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      an interesting coincidence, coronavirus is surivanoroc, which is translated from Hindi as surivan or oc - sunrise and eye.

      If you read the Masonic emblem of the dollar surivanoroc backwards - it’ll work out - coronavirus
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    A counter offer is still for diarrhea. hi
  • Overlock April 8 2020 14: 49 New
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    Am I already tired of one by one that they put us on a par with Ebola, then with coronovirus?

    the appropriate country is selected depending on the purpose of the comparison. Technology is as simple as a tristan song
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    Well, why so rude - a completely normal everyday situation. According to personal observations from the side: when he nags eggs everything else seems such trifles.
  • Doccor18 April 8 2020 14: 17 New
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    Yes, not a coronovirus, worse than Putin, but capitalism worse, its human-independent system.
    And covid19 only confirmed this.
  • Mebius April 8 2020 14: 17 New
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    Americans and Europeans are afraid to go outside, and Western democracies have turned into police states in a matter of weeks.

    Thanks to the virus ... He showed the whole world who is who .. hi
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      Americans and Europeans are afraid to go outside, and Western democracies have turned into police states in a matter of weeks.

      Thanks to the virus ... He showed the whole world who is who .. hi


      And we in Russia have long known this ..
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        Earlier we were recognized by European "partners" and kakly.
    2. voyaka uh April 8 2020 20: 01 New
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      Normal quarantine. This happened in the Middle Ages. During epidemics of plague, cholera, typhoid. People sat at home, shied away from each other in the streets. A soldier patrol commanded in the streets.
      The epidemic was ending, and everything was returning to their places.
  • Tank jacket April 8 2020 14: 19 New
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    Obama said the world's worst threats are
    Ebola fever
    Russia and ISIS (banned in the Russian Federation) wassat
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      Obama said the world's worst threats are
      Ebola fever
      Russia and ISIS (banned in the Russian Federation) wassat

      Remember, remember also that the Russian economy is torn to shreds ..
      Thank you Obama, for everything .. You prepared us for everything! And I'm sorry for the stickers on the cars ..)))) laughing
      1. Tank jacket April 8 2020 14: 30 New
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        And popsicle - "Obama" laughing
        Barack Obama Mambaru wassat
  • knn54 April 8 2020 14: 22 New
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    The worst coronavirus is only its creators.
    And judging by the statements of the East European vassals, the British, and at the request of the Pentagon, Putin is still "out of competition."
  • Lamata April 8 2020 14: 28 New
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    Putin is not something to judge, he is drowned in the toilet, an offended, scared boy.
    1. Oyo Sarkazmi April 8 2020 15: 41 New
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      No, it is better to paint it yourself - one whiner less, in the world - brighter.
      1. Lamata April 8 2020 15: 41 New
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        Take the trouble to contact you.
        1. Oyo Sarkazmi April 8 2020 15: 43 New
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          For what? Because you dream of making me a beggar? No, no, comrade. Only on you.
          1. Lamata April 8 2020 15: 46 New
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            Eka you suffered, it is Putin who makes you a beggar))) but not me. I hope you have 17 rubles, you are the middle class.
            1. AU Ivanov. April 8 2020 16: 06 New
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              Uh, no. It was under the Communists that I was a beggar, even the apartment did not belong to me. Now this is far from the case.
              1. Lamata April 8 2020 16: 16 New
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                Are you sure that right now something belongs to you?
                1. AU Ivanov. April 8 2020 16: 19 New
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                  Quite. I can sell, donate, bequeath, lease an apartment. I can still buy an apartment if necessary. I can also sell my business or pass it on to children.
                  1. Lamata April 8 2020 16: 22 New
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                    It was the same with the sworn communists, except for office apartments.
                    1. AU Ivanov. April 8 2020 16: 26 New
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                      It was possible to sell an apartment under the Communists only by contacting crime. There were brokers who did this.
                      1. Lamata April 8 2020 17: 46 New
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                        no service, coop please, cottage too, car too
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                    this YOU can sell, nowadays! but not under the USSR!
            2. Oyo Sarkazmi April 9 2020 17: 07 New
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              Eka has incurred you, it is Putin who makes you a beggar

              No, honey. Before Putin, any American sergeant or manager stealing into the USA came to Russia, and six months later they had hotels, factories and resorts. Which simply rewritten the state property of the young reformers.
              Putin stopped the lawlessness, and since 2008 completely stopped the robbery of Russia. Now I have everything I wish.
              But you are clearly a beggar. A person who has achieved success in life does not whine on the Internet. This is the destiny of beings with the ultimate dream - about an iPhone. That iPhone will buy, and he is GOD, looking with contempt at the owners of apartments, cars, shops. Well, the fact that the IMF requires you to sell the land that you walk on, so these are the costs of holiness.
    2. Incvizitor April 8 2020 18: 25 New
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      resentful, scared boy
      wrote laughing
  • Thrifty April 8 2020 14: 29 New
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    Nothing will change in the world! Whoever was at the trough of power will also eat from it, and the rest will live on the promises of a miracle! In the underworld, on a coronovirus, they will do, as always, a bunch of dough, creating a lot of false films, how they healed the whole world, including us. .. And, only hard workers from Russia will still be happy with at least some work, and what we call salary. ..
  • Gardamir April 8 2020 14: 34 New
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    Still, return the minuses to the authors.
    We also have empty streets. Logically, the authors are afraid of the West, so what? And then it’s enough to promote the cult of Putin, otherwise the effect is the opposite.
    1. Lamata April 8 2020 15: 26 New
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      Kul Putin !!! ??? Yes, I’d better go to Khrushchev’s grave to pray, there was even more cult there.
    2. AU Ivanov. April 8 2020 15: 58 New
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      Go outside in St. Petersburg and see how empty it is. Yesterday I even managed to stand in a traffic jam.
  • Cowbra April 8 2020 14: 36 New
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    However, we will be frank, and in Russia the situation is no better.

    Better and much better. Due to congestion in the USA, the police do not officially leave even for robberies, the quote is “if it is not possible to immediately detain the criminal”. But this is garbage - according to statistics, about a third of Americans have traditionally eaten outside the home - mostly in cafes. Which are closed. And the trading system is simply NOT CALCULATED for the increased demand for food by as much as a third !!! Especially when small shops were closed too.
    None of these drawbacks in the Russian Federation is simply physically impossible
  • Roman123567 April 8 2020 14: 36 New
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    Although Steve Erlanger, the author of The New York Times, is trying to convince the reader that terrorism is still worse than epidemics, scale of damage caused by coronavirus to global economymake you doubt these words.


    There are serious doubts that coronovirus is causing damage to the economy.



    https://www.worldometers.info/ru/
    1. DMB 75 April 8 2020 14: 41 New
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      I completely agree. Planetary scale hysteria is bloated. The disease is dangerous, people are dying, but this same coronovirus is by no means the most important evil on the planet.
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        Quote: DMB 75
        this same coronovirus is by no means the most important evil on the planet.

        and how to measure it? The main evil for each person is his own.
    2. AU Ivanov. April 8 2020 17: 00 New
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      The pandemic is not over yet. That will end - count.
      1. Roman123567 April 9 2020 08: 47 New
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        All of the above in the table has not yet ended .. (this is if anyone still does not know what statistics means)
        And there is no doubt that the above will end sooner than anyone else .. (I suggest - this is not an accident, not HIV, not hunger)
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      If you die from the west, adding there will be 10 times more, especially when you consider that the West is producing hunger with its sanctions in many countries ...
  • ximkim April 8 2020 14: 53 New
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    [/ quote] However, we will be honest, and in Russia the situation is no better. Yes, there aren’t so many sick people, but the self-isolation regime will hurt both the country's economy and the budget of millions of ordinary citizens. It was difficult for the federal government to take any really effective measures to support citizens, and it was simply difficult for the federal authorities to take upon themselves the full responsibility. And this is understandable, because the country was not ready for such a development of events: for decades, the domestic health care system was destroyed, financing of medical facilities was carried out on a residual basis, basic medical personnel received meager salaries. [quote]
    Control measures are scary, which are not accompanied by small fines. And so. Let them write there (West) at least some fears, at least a script for the film.
  • AB
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    Coronavirus is similar to Hedgehog. And everyone knows that there is no worse beast than the Hedgehog! Moreover, Russia is the birthplace of all Hedgehogs. Our one Hedgehog in a fog can disperse all Europe and America taken. So they are shaking in fear.
  • Polymer April 8 2020 15: 32 New
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    coronavirus created a new form of terror, virtually paralyzing the economy and turning the entire ordinary life of a western inhabitant upside down

    Strictly speaking, economic paralysis did not arise from the direct action of the coronavirus, but from the actions of the governments of most countries to combat it. Moreover, it is not yet clear whether such harsh measures are justified. Well, they forced everyone to hide in holes, and then what? This uncertainty is somewhat annoying. But the virus by itself will not disappear, you still need to do something with it.
  • Maks1995 April 8 2020 15: 38 New
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    "Coronavirus for the West turned out to be worse than Putin"
    You might think that in Russia everyone on the streets is dancing in an embrace with bears and with portraits of Putin on banners .....

    PS. Only blondes and infantile d. Seem that the world revolves around them ...
  • NF68 April 8 2020 15: 59 New
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    In the Western media, SP-2, Syria, Libya, etc., have faded into the background. And how dashing they get it.
  • fif21 April 8 2020 17: 18 New
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    Mankind in the 21st century faced greater threats and challenges than terrorism, chemical and nuclear weapons. It is a bacteriological and climatic weapon. Until biological laboratories and their financiers are eliminated, the human population cannot feel safe. The crazy man-hateful ideas of the "golden billion" must be put to an end. hi
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    West for the world is much worse than coronarvirus.
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    If Russia, when the western specials. services poisoned Skripals, accused of what Russia didn’t
    to blame, so there is no doubt that in the near future and about the appearance of coronavirus
    West blame Russia. And when you consider the fact that poisoning Skripal Western special. services with one shot wanted to kill two birds with one stone, that is, to get rid of a pathological traitor who knew a lot about
    these are western specials. service and was arrogant and maybe even blackmailed them, like a used condom, then another victim of this shot was to be Russia. In order to accuse Russia of poisoning the Skripals and impose as many sanctions on Russia as possible, so given all this, there is no doubt that Western specials are in the offices. services, and now, because of the appearance of this virus, Russia's accusations are already being prepared. And where is now, whether it be Russia, the poisoned Skripal and how he behaves
    He feels that the West do not give a damn about it, but Russia's sanctions are in effect. The West, or China, will be blamed for the appearance of a coronavirus also because Westerners would have forgotten and paid no attention to how medicine and healthcare in the Western countries put their pants very fluidly and how many people died in the Western countries when this pandemic hit Western countries.
    So the Western beast is always hungry, especially if it was battered by some unknown virus and Russia will once again blame Russia for the fact that this beast wants to eat ...
  • APASUS April 8 2020 21: 07 New
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    How are we attracted to coronavirus interestingly? After all, the West will not miss such a moment for propaganda