In Poland, responded to the words of Vladimir Putin about the development of the Russian army


Poland responded to a statement by the President of Russia on the continued development and improvement of the Armed Forces of the country. Recall that Vladimir Putin, during his appeal to graduates of the military school, said that the Russian army would improve under any conditions. According to Vladimir Putin, one of the main lessons of the Great Patriotic War is that the army should be strong, strong, united and able to respond to any challenges and threats, ensuring sovereignty and national security.


In a statement by Vladimir Putin about the need for further improvement, the Russian army reacted in Poland. In particular, it was noted that the strengthening of the military component in Russia "is a challenge to the unity of the North Atlantic Alliance (NATO)."

The comments on the material about the words of the Russian president on the Polish military-themed portal Defense24 contain extremely harsh statements, among which there is also:

Let's keep our fingers crossed for such actions of our enemy. Just as economics, demography, and a failed ideology destroyed the Soviet Union, these same elements will tear Russia apart. Too large territory in relation to the number of non-breeding Russians.



That is, in Poland there are people who do not hide the fact that they consider Russia their enemy.

Other comments:

Barefoot, but in spurs.

We are starting to count down the time until the collapse of Russia. For about a month, they subsidized Urals oil production at an average of $ 10 per barrel.

Commentators in the Polish media clearly do not select words and openly express their extremely negative attitude towards Russia. Almost every second commentary has the same idea: “the expectation of the collapse of Russia.” And this is written by people in a country that itself handed over its independence to Washington, gained hundreds of billions of euros in credit from Berlin and Brussels. Frankly, the case when Polish commentators would be better off worrying about the situation in their own country, for which the full repayment of previously received loans could lead to a collapse in the economy.
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  1. Pavel73 11 May 2020 08: 35 New
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    Too big territory? Is this the way the Poles argue? So the Poles are no better than the Nazis. This is exactly what Hitler reasoned when he decided where he would conquer the "living space".
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    3. tihonmarine 11 May 2020 09: 02 New
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      Quote: Pavel73
      So the Poles are no better than the Nazis.

      Remember that these Poles worked in 1938-39, it will immediately become clear that they were not very different in their behavior from the Germans.
      1. st2st 11 May 2020 09: 10 New
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        And we, I mean the Russian Federation, and we can’t answer them, scum nothing, neither financially nor economically. The toilet, in the Czech Republic put on the site of the monument And. Konev, we, again, can only get lost
        1. evgenii67 11 May 2020 10: 40 New
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          Quote: st2st
          And we, I mean the Russian Federation, and we can’t answer them, scum nothing, neither financially nor economically. The toilet, in the Czech Republic put on the site of the monument And. Konev, we, again, can only get lost

          Well, the same “In the comments on the material about the words of the Russian president on the Polish military-themed portal Defense24” is the same as if official Warsaw responded to unflattering comments on the Military Review. Regarding the Czechs, I agree that they would need to shut off the faucet, they wouldn’t produce anything in the Czech Republic without which Russia could not survive.
        2. major147 11 May 2020 10: 55 New
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          Quote: st2st
          And we, I mean the Russian Federation, and answer them, scum can not do anything, neither financially nor economically

          Well, why? If I’m not mistaken, on May 16 the agreement on gas transit through Poland ends and they are planning to build a gas pipeline, but they need permission from Russia. They have something to think about ....
          1. st2st 11 May 2020 13: 15 New
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            Major 147, I'm sorry, I don’t know your name (change your nickname), but what's the point, is that the contract is ending? Our nouveau riche, neither a feeling of pride, nor a sense of dignity, for the sake of profit, will sell their parents. And, I dare to assure you that the Russian officials will give the go-ahead to continue pumping gas without wincing. Salvage is more important
            1. major147 11 May 2020 17: 19 New
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              Quote: st2st
              I don’t know your name (

              We are namesake. But essentially, there is nothing impossible.
              1. st2st 11 May 2020 17: 40 New
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                Seryozha, in your nickname, enter your name, it’s easier to communicate
                1. major147 11 May 2020 18: 06 New
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                  Quote: st2st
                  enter your name

                  try yes
                  1. st2st 13 May 2020 16: 50 New
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                    After all, they tried to enter a name in the nickname, and it turned out. Completely different thing
            2. Ura Karbovnichiy 11 May 2020 17: 55 New
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              Actions must be verified. The strike must be accurate.
              They will have to give the land of Germany.
        3. Igoresha 12 May 2020 10: 22 New
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          Konev, we, again, can only get lost
          Russia needs to focus (s)
        4. nickname7 13 May 2020 01: 38 New
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          The toilet, in the Czech Republic put on the site of the monument And. Konev

          Actually, the power was growing, it should be praised, and they should be given a bonus, because they follow the policy of de-Stalinization of the growing power. From the latter, there was a film about Zuleyha, in which sheer anti-Soviet, by the way, was shot for budget money.
      2. Olgovich 11 May 2020 09: 31 New
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        Remember that these Poles worked in 1938-39, it will immediately become clear that they were not very different in their behavior from the Germans.

        these bastards have too much territory: we give them gave in 1945. a third of their current territory, taking from the Germans. and even giving our Bialystok
        1. Cyril G ... 11 May 2020 10: 28 New
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          Gifts should be returned, since the lords consider us occupiers ...
          1. major147 11 May 2020 11: 02 New
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            If you are talking about Danzig (Gdansk), then they cannot even snatch this result of the “damned Soviet occupation” with their teeth! And it is not our Ukrainian brothers who really curse the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact, and those who left to them according to this document categorically do not want to give back the land. So, there and there hypocrisy rolls over!
        2. Igoresha 12 May 2020 10: 22 New
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          a third of their current territory, taken from the Germans. and even giving our Bialystok


          Stalin Zhezh was an effective manager and smart nowhere else
    4. Ilya-spb 11 May 2020 09: 05 New
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      Proud arrogant Poles will get what they deserve!

      I propose to sit and look at the tantrums of the lords. This is a fun sight.

      And the tantrum will begin when pennies from subsidies and loans run out.
      1. figwam 11 May 2020 09: 34 New
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        The funny thing is that the birth rate in Poland is even lower than in Russia, and the able-bodied population has spread across Europe, but as before, this hyena barks loudly before the defeat.
        1. Cyril G ... 11 May 2020 10: 29 New
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          It whines and howls, but does not bark. Too much honor
          1. tihonmarine 11 May 2020 11: 26 New
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            Quote: Cyril G ...


            The dog barks and the caravan moves on.
          2. orionvitt 11 May 2020 13: 38 New
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            A bear is not afraid of a dog, just does not like it when it barks.
        2. major147 11 May 2020 11: 05 New
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          Quote: figvam
          The funny thing is that the birth rate in Poland is even lower than in Russia, and the able-bodied population has spread across Europe, but as before, this hyena barks loudly before the defeat.

          Let's see how they, without pants, barefoot and without spurs, will "prank" when the financial support from the EU is terminated. And they were promised it before the crisis.
        3. nickname7 13 May 2020 01: 45 New
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          . that the birth rate in Poland is even lower than in Russia, and the able-bodied population dispersed to Europe

          This is so, but they are carrying out a set of measures to import the population, in contrast to the Russian Federation. Nearly a million were brought in by students and young people from independent.
      2. Pete mitchell 11 May 2020 13: 28 New
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        Quote: Ilya-spb
        I propose to sit and look at the tantrums of the lords. This is a fun sight. And the tantrum will begin when pennies from subsidies and loans run out.

        Reasonable offer really. The time was right when Poland from recipient finance should become a country the donorand the proud Poles do not want so much, so do not want it.
        Quote: figvam
        that the birth rate in Poland is even lower than in Russia, and the able-bodied population dispersed to Europe

        Well, who wants to work out loans, that’s why
    5. Vita vko 11 May 2020 09: 17 New
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      Quote: Pavel73
      Too big territory? Is this the way the Poles argue?

      Such goals are set by American sponsors who seek to create a powerful bridgehead in Europe to destroy the economic and political competitors of Russia and China. The participants in the "Munich Agreement" in the year 38 also argued, giving impetus to fascist ideology and ambitions.
      While Russian politicians rant about non-interference in the internal affairs of their neighbors, Western politicians not only feed neo-Nazis with buns on the Maidan, but in Goebbels' "best" traditions, they are engaged in propaganda and bribery of media around the world. The official annual budget for this propaganda is $ 2 billion. With modern informational and psychological operations, losing on the information front is almost 50% of losing in a real war. And from the Poles and the Balts, the Americans quite successfully make kamikazes, who are now ready to host nuclear weapons. Another 10 years of such propaganda with the supply of weapons and whole nations with brainwashed in Poland, the Baltic states, Ukraine will unleash a real war for territories and resources, which in their opinion, Russia has undeservedly many.
      1. Altona 11 May 2020 09: 22 New
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        Another 10 years of such propaganda with the supply of weapons and whole nations with brainwashed in Poland, the Baltic states, Ukraine will unleash a real war for territories and resources, which in their opinion, Russia has undeservedly many.

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        The Baltic states and Ukraine are countries with a very decreasing population. There is simply no one to do it. Most likely, the territory will be given to the US Army bridgehead. Poland is more likely to say this on reflexes, they have completely different economic tasks, in addition, there is no less resource-rich Ukraine nearby, after which Russia is already geographically pure.
        1. Vita vko 11 May 2020 09: 28 New
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          Baltic States and Ukraine-countries

          You reason from the point of view of the interests of the people of these countries. And this is already 30 years old as not relevant. Now in the World there exist and work exclusively the interests of big capital, these are definitely not Polish and Ukrainian oligarchs. Politicians, the media, the people are just a means to an end.
          Russia urgently needs to revise its military doctrine and make money bags, the clans of oligarchs who really stand behind the outbreak of wars and conflicts, so that they clearly understand that they will not be able to sit out in bunkers and islands as the primary goals of nuclear missiles.
          1. Altona 11 May 2020 09: 33 New
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            Quote: Vita VKO
            You reason from the point of view of the interests of the people of these countries. And this is already 30 years old as not relevant.

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            From the point of view of today, I reason and common sense. And so, if you look at the same Ukraine, then in the ATO it doesn’t hurt, people rushed, even the other way around. And those who had been frostbitten from the National Bats did not rush to the front line, but to plunder into the warm rear, and it doesn’t matter which Donetsk people, Odessa citizens, or even one of their own compatriots.
            1. Vita vko 11 May 2020 09: 40 New
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              Quote: Altona
              in the ATO it didn’t hurt, people rushed

              if they were paid that way in the American army, then all the poor and unemployed from all over the world would rush there. I think no one will doubt that the US printing press will not pull it.
          2. Cyril G ... 11 May 2020 10: 31 New
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            Putin hinted at this ghostly not so long ago.

            Yes, military goals are Number 1 for the Strategic Missile Forces and the Strategic Nuclear Forces, and there must be a grouping of elites.
      2. major147 11 May 2020 11: 09 New
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        Quote: Vita VKO
        The official annual budget for this propaganda is $ 2 billion.

        Some of these $ and on VO pop up periodically in the "comments". Others do their work for the destruction of Russia free of thought
    6. g1v2 11 May 2020 10: 06 New
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      Poles and before WWII dreamed of restoring the Commonwealth and wringing our lands. As a result, they lost what they depressed earlier and generally ceased to exist as a state. Years passed. but the dreams are the same. But the Germans did not forget that a third of Poland is their former land. Pt, as it were, to the proud Poles not to lose what is.
      1. Polite Moose 11 May 2020 13: 13 New
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        But the Germans did not forget that a third of Poland is their former land.

        But I wonder why, as an alternative answer to the so-called "hybrid war", do not play this card of territorial redistribution of post-war Europe? First, to our ambassador in Germany, and then to a couple of gorlopan deputies, together with Solovyov, take and say from a high rostrum that the Russian side considers unfair the rejection of German territories in favor of Poland, because the decision in those years was made under pressure from the Western coalition, etc. etc. There are historical documents, but they are still classified in the archive. Take a word. We share German claims, etc., etc., etc.
        Cost is a minimum. So, purely on popcorn. You don’t have to pay anyone even in German.
        1. g1v2 11 May 2020 13: 30 New
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          Only compromise the idea. Russian propaganda and all that. Europeans do not forget about their Wishlist. Germans. Poles, Hungarians, Romanians smile at each other, but they themselves dream of tearing a thread for themselves. Just a window of opportunity waiting. There’s a whole crowd of forks on dill. They are only waiting when we beat the great ukrov, so that we can join them from the west. There is little land in Europe and the whole is divided, including any piece in sight.
          1. Polite Moose 11 May 2020 14: 46 New
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            Only compromise the idea. Russian propaganda and all that.

            If you have in mind the idea of ​​the inadmissibility of redrawing the post-war borders, then, in my opinion, it has long acquired an electoral character. We should not be afraid of the consequences of a possible start of perestroika. For, in order to tear away foreign territories, besides wanting, one must also be able to. As Leonid Xerxes said there: "Come and take it!"
            We should not deal with redrawing the borders of individual states, but redrawing the whole of Europe. Can we? - This is the second question. Now almost the only ones who may be of interest to us as a serious partner (for a start - a trading partner), in the development of relations with which it is worth investing money, are the Germans. Well, maybe then the French. Maybe then-then-Italians. We have something to offer the Germans, they have something to offer us. There are no particular misunderstandings between us. Why not go for a rapprochement? At least on the basis of anti-Polish sentiment. Why not? If it burns out to create the economic, and later on the political union Russia-Germany, then the remaining members (or rather, members) of the EU will quickly fall into the wind.
            This is so, thoughts from the couch, inspired by prolonged self-isolation.
            1. IS-80_RVGK2 11 May 2020 15: 10 New
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              Quote: Polite Moose
              If it burns out to create the economic, and later on the political union Russia-Germany, then the remaining members (or rather, members) of the EU will quickly fall into the wind.

              Here with Belarus, a fig does not work. And with Germany, the very one that each time supports friendship sanctions will certainly succeed. Russian nationalists are so smart.
              1. Polite Moose 11 May 2020 15: 40 New
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                Quote: IS-80_RVGK2
                Here with Belarus, a fig does not work. And with Germany, the very one that each time supports friendship sanctions will certainly succeed.

                I believe that just with Germany everything can work out. The nuance is that in the case of a real prospect of creating an economic union, the chancellor will not have to worry about the safety of his chair, which the lower back is so used to for many years. And Germany is unlikely to, taking advantage of the prevailing economic and political situation in the world, twirl the aforementioned part, bargain for itself better conditions than the best and make a goat's face in case of failure. But, I agree with you, you will have to fight for Germany. And not weak.
                1. IS-80_RVGK2 11 May 2020 15: 48 New
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                  Quote: Polite Moose
                  I believe that just with Germany everything can work out.

                  Approximately the same as in 1914.
                  1. Polite Moose 11 May 2020 15: 55 New
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                    Quote: IS-80_RVGK2
                    Approximately the same as in 1914.

                    War? Hmm ... We do not have to fight with them. And they are hardly hunting with us again. Once again, the Anglo-Saxons pit us to fail. It’s even interesting, but under what pretext could we enter into armed conflict with Germany today?
                    1. IS-80_RVGK2 11 May 2020 16: 05 New
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                      Quote: Polite Moose
                      War? Hmm ... We do not have to fight with them. And they are hardly hunting with us again.

                      It’s like introducing sanctions against us now. But suddenly there are sanctions.
                      Quote: Polite Moose
                      Once again, the Anglo-Saxons pit us to fail. It’s even interesting, but under what pretext could we enter into armed conflict with Germany today?

                      And, so you still believe in this crap about the evil Anglo-Saxons worth the tricks? You should have said so from the start. If you don’t understand that in this world they rule not mythical scary conspiracies, but economic interests, I have nothing to talk about with you.
                      1. Polite Moose 11 May 2020 16: 39 New
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                        Quote: IS-80_RVGK2
                        But suddenly there are sanctions.

                        While there. But believe me, the Germans are not at all happy with them. What will happen tomorrow - we'll see. And tomorrow's relationship is an occasion for us to fight for them, and not sit on the opera, expressing concerns through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
                        Quote: IS-80_RVGK2
                        And, so you still believe in this crap about the evil Anglo-Saxons worth the tricks?

                        Have we already switched to YOU?
                        Regarding the evil Anglo-Saxons: And who muddied all this sanction crap? Hindus or what? Who is holding back "Russian aggression" in the Donbass? Who is inciting the Balts and Psheks to build up defense potential and deploy p-Soviet military bases in their territories to protect against Russian invasion? Mongols, or what?
                        And do mythical terrible conspiracies mutually exclude economic interests?
                        Quote: IS-80_RVGK2
                        I have nothing to talk about with you.

                        It will be very, very difficult for me, but somehow I will survive.
                      2. IS-80_RVGK2 11 May 2020 17: 11 New
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                        Quote: Polite Moose
                        While there.

                        Yeah, just 6 years old. Cho over there DPRK already knows how much hell he lives under sanctions.
                        Quote: Polite Moose
                        this is a reason for us to fight for them, and not sit on the opera, expressing concerns through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

                        Why are you telling me this? I’m not Putin, not Lavrov and not the Foreign Ministry.
                        Quote: Polite Moose
                        Regarding the evil Anglo-Saxons: And who muddied all this sanction crap? Hindus or what? Who is holding back "Russian aggression" in the Donbass? Who is inciting the Balts and Psheks to build up defense potential and deploy p-Soviet military bases in their territories to protect against Russian invasion? Mongols, or what?

                        Americans who, oddly enough, are not made up of Anglo-Saxons alone. Powell and Obama they know the dubious Anglo-Saxons.
                        Quote: Polite Moose
                        And do mythical terrible conspiracies mutually exclude economic interests?

                        No, do not exclude. But conspiracies do not work if there is no economic reason for them.
                        If it is not supported by the broad masses of the population. Well, at least the ruling class.
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                        It will be very, very difficult for me, but somehow I will survive.

                        I have no doubt. There are people like you on the site like cockroaches. Finding an interlocutor with an equally low iku is not a problem. laughing
                      3. Polite Moose 11 May 2020 17: 54 New
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                        Quote: IS-80_RVGK2
                        Cho over there DPRK already knows how much hell he lives under sanctions.

                        This is a personal matter of the UK. It could well have established a warmer relationship with neighbors. This is me talking about bordering the RF IC and the UK. And with China, everything is fine with them. And, frankly, I’m on the drum life and vector of development of the UK.
                        Quote: IS-80_RVGK2
                        Why are you telling me this?

                        This is a comment from my point of view. Addressed to all who wish to read.
                        And stop poking. Do not be a pig, follow the basic rules of communication.
                        Quote: IS-80_RVGK2
                        Americans who, oddly enough, are not made up of Anglo-Saxons alone. Powell and Obama they know the dubious Anglo-Saxons.

                        Afro-Anglo-Saxons. So arrange?
                        Quote: IS-80_RVGK2
                        But conspiracies do not work if there is no economic reason for them.
                        If it is not supported by the broad masses of the population. Well, at least the ruling class.

                        Did I say the opposite? Whose phrase is this with or
                        If you do not understand that in this world they rule not mythical scary conspiracies, but economic interests
                        ?

                        Quote: IS-80_RVGK2
                        There are people like you on the site like cockroaches. Finding an interlocutor with an equally low iku is not a problem.

                        Well, what can I say: know how to respect someone else’s opinion, even if it is different from your own. I undoubtedly will find interlocutors for myself, since the majority of adequate people on the site are good, although they are not intellectuals and giants of thought like you.
                        That's it, Makar. Come on. Go ahead - the calves are waiting!
                      4. IS-80_RVGK2 11 May 2020 20: 00 New
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                        Quote: Polite Moose
                        Afro-Anglo-Saxons. So arrange?

                        No, it will not work. Because it’s a lie. If you continue to invent even more wonderful constructs that are in no way connected with reality. China Indus Anglo-Saxons, Ukrainian Polio Anglo-Saxons and so on.
                        Quote: Polite Moose
                        Did I say the opposite? Whose phrase is this with or

                        Should I explain to you once again that economics is a basis?
                        Quote: Polite Moose
                        Well, what can I say: know how to respect someone else’s opinion, even if it is different from your own.

                        I didn’t respect the stupidity given out for some opinion, I do not respect and I will not respect.
                        Quote: Polite Moose
                        even though they are not such intellectuals and giants of thought as you.

                        I am not intellectual and not a giant of thought. You are simply not even a giant anymore.
  2. Pete mitchell 11 May 2020 13: 38 New
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    Quote: Polite Moose
    not play this card of territorial redistribution of post-war Europe?

    The impression that in the Russian Federation began to shy away from the word propagandabut in vain. We need to deliberately deal with this, maybe, as you suggested, maybe differently. But purposefully and with a long-term aim.
    The Germans do not need to be reminded of anything: German banks master the territories with a quiet glanders, not forgetting eastern Europe. Not much time will pass and it turns out that they have all been outbid. It will be like that financial reich
    So we will hear many more statements of this kind
    1. Polite Moose 11 May 2020 14: 48 New
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      So we will hear many more statements of this kind

      I absolutely agree with you. And we do not need to stand aside, afraid of spoiling our karma.
      1. Pete mitchell 12 May 2020 10: 11 New
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        no need to stand aside, afraid of spoiling your karma.

        As one famous comrade, Colonel, said if the fight cannot be prevented, then it is necessary ... . But in my opinion on the front of hybrid and asymmetric technologies, no one is engaged, which is sad.
        1. Polite Moose 12 May 2020 10: 29 New
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          But in my opinion on the front of hybrid and asymmetric technologies, no one is engaged, which is sad.

          Alas. You cannot but agree with you. From all sides, only unrequited (concerns not counted) spitting and dirt in our direction. And impunity, as you know, breeds permissiveness. So there are as a result lovers of sanctions, fighters with doping, destroyers of monuments. Be sure to answer all this. And most importantly - we can when we want. The Turkish Sultan is an example of this. Why, for example, are Czechs better?
          1. Pete mitchell 12 May 2020 10: 33 New
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            impunity, as you know, breeds permissiveness

            As if to convey this reasonable idea to those who make decisions. And as you said: there are many examples - the pipe was blocked in Latvia and they say that up to a quarter of the budget has evaporated; Estonians at least tell how their “partners” threw with the construction of flows and connections to them ... It is a pity that no one is engaged
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  • Cyril G ... 11 May 2020 10: 27 New
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    So Napoleon, Hitler and others are leaders, so to speak. Full-fledged European hordes of bandits, rapists and murderers actually invaded us every time. And therefore, June 22 is not only the date of the beginning of the war with Nazi Germany, but also the invasion of the next European Union. So the afflicted territories are on a well-trodden path ....
  • ltc35 11 May 2020 13: 17 New
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    Yes, you can relocate them to us in Siberia. A little south of Norilsk, so that they do not freeze at all. Let them master.
  • Hagen 11 May 2020 14: 14 New
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    Is this the way the Poles argue?

    And when did they reason differently? Throughout history, the Poles went to Russia, to Russia in order to gain territory. Why did something have to change today? Another thing is surprising. Namely, that such a statement of the question by the Poles is surprising someone in Russia ... Poland is our enemy. The enemy is consistent and implacable. We must always remember this, even with any of her political tricks. Fortunately, she does not particularly hide her hostility towards Russia.
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  • EwgenyZ 11 May 2020 14: 37 New
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    Quote: Pavel73
    Too big territory? Is this the way the Poles argue? So the Poles are no better than the Nazis. This is exactly what Hitler reasoned when he decided where he would conquer the "living space".

    They already had an attempt to go on a trip to the Kremlin with a sign saying "It is forbidden to speak Russian." However, thanks to their arrogance and alternative giftedness, they themselves spoiled everything and got the governor general, and the lands stolen under the Riga Agreement of 1921 had to be returned to the owners. So "forward and with the song", maybe another governor-general will be called out, and the land received from Stalin will be returned.
  • Kent0001 12 May 2020 11: 09 New
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    Have you doubted that? Poland is the hyena of Europe and the most Russophobic state in the world.
  • Vasyan1971 11 May 2020 08: 37 New
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    That is, in Poland there are people who do not hide the fact that they consider Russia their enemy.

    Naturally. Since the XNUMXth century, their insults have been cherished. How many times in spite of Russia frostbite themselves different parts of the body. And waddle through life frostbitten.
    1. tihonmarine 11 May 2020 09: 03 New
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      And waddle through life frostbitten.

      Now I understand why they are so frostbitten.
  • Pavel73 11 May 2020 08: 39 New
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    Do you have enough space for the Poles? Not enough land? So come to Russia and live who does not give you!
  • zadorin1974 11 May 2020 08: 39 New
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    They won’t wait. Poland wouldn’t be bent as soon as European subsidies are removed. These arrogant people are already fussing at Germany, they are starting to run out of money.
    1. tihonmarine 11 May 2020 09: 15 New
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      These arrogant people are already puffing at Germany, money is beginning to be scarce.

      But the Germans did not forget that in 1919 the Treaty of Versailles was signed. Since Germany was recognized as an aggressor, a significant chunk of territories was torn away from it. Poland inherited the province of Posen and part of Pomerania. Affiliated Gdansk was recognized as a free city. So, from Germany, Poland has nothing to think about help.
  • Doccor18 11 May 2020 08: 39 New
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    As the Poles carried the bullshit, so they carry ...
    But in one they are right - not enough
    we become for such
    territory. It is necessary to multiply!
    A lot of things in the last ten years
    introduced to support
    birth rate, and things are still there.
    Almost all young families have
    one child, few - two, rarity - three.
    1. IS-80_RVGK2 11 May 2020 15: 21 New
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      Do not be scared. I think, in about 10 years, President Putin will tell us about the need to import Uzbeks, Tajiks, and other Hindu brothers. And with demography there will be all the rules. Well, until the foreign brothers do not end.
  • Victor_B 11 May 2020 08: 39 New
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    Let's keep our fingers crossed
    Keep your legs crossed!
    You can still bounce slightly.
    And even to shame is not far ... laughing
    1. rich 11 May 2020 09: 13 New
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      Let's keep our fingers crossed for such actions of our enemy. Just as economics, demography, and a failed ideology destroyed the Soviet Union, these same elements will tear Russia apart. Too large territory in relation to the number of non-breeding Russians.

      And the best thing is to let the authors of such coalitions keep their arms crossed ... and preferably lying
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        let the authors of such coalitions keep their arms crossed

        While their hands are outstretched (for alms)
      2. NDR-791 11 May 2020 10: 12 New
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        And they didn’t have much time left. laughing They concluded contracts for American gas. Do not pay and execute. In light of the fact that the European Union is withdrawing Poland from the subsidy (very soon), before reaching out for a shaking hand at first, and then for legs to wait very shortly. The default of an EU country is a masterpiece. They will not be helped, as well as with this virus.
  • Ryaruav 11 May 2020 08: 40 New
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    Throughout history, Poles for Russia have been enemies, but we will wait for Poland to be thrown into the trash
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      Why wait, help is needed.
  • Insurgent 11 May 2020 08: 40 New
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    That is, in Poland there are people who do not hide the fact that they consider Russia their enemy.


    And how did the author notice this? request

    I can not imagine no , after all, there’s no sign that modern Poland is led by Russophobe puppets, hostile to Russia, no ?

    Is not it ? wink Or are there any such signs?
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  • Uncle lee 11 May 2020 08: 43 New
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    "Is a challenge to the unity of the North Atlantic Alliance (NATO)."
    What straps! Duelists, sprinkled with chalk!
  • Operator 11 May 2020 08: 48 New
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    Poor Poland with loans - where is it, in Australia? bully

    Poles will eat their corpses (as in 1612).
    1. Driver d 11 May 2020 09: 20 New
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      Here you are very mistaken, the average salary in Poland is higher than in Russia and amounts to about 1000 €. Loans all went into business, the level of industrialization is very high as well as the standard of living, I don’t know how Russia is, but Ukraine has already lagged behind Poland by the level of development by 30-40 years. I travel to the north-west of Poland and go nuts of the number of factories, factories that have opened in Poland in recent decades. In almost every district center, car dealerships of the largest companies. Do not underestimate the potential enemy, Poland has firmly embarked on the path of industrialization and can afford a lot.
      1. Cyril G ... 11 May 2020 10: 36 New
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        Till. It seems that this year Eurodotations are being stopped, this is the explanation for such salaries. Because they are furious by the way. What about factories and plants, can you tell us about aircraft, ships, and other things under construction in Poland?
        1. Driver d 11 May 2020 20: 00 New
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          It is quite possible to afford to buy, like Leopards and Wolverines. My message is that the Poles have correctly invested subsidies and loans and assistance, recreated the industry and developed it. And many people think that probably as in Ukraine - if credit, help, subsidy means they will certainly be stolen.
      2. Alekseev 11 May 2020 11: 02 New
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        'average salary is 1000 euros'
        It’s one thing to live with such a salary in Ukraine or, even, in the provinces of Russia, but completely different in Europe. PPS, you see, whether. And Poland, with all its achievements through subsidies, rather than loans from the West, honestly fulfills its role as a western showcase for ukrov and Belarusians. Poland itself cannot play the role of the enemy, since it is not at all sovereign, like independent, but completely dependent on the EU and, most importantly, the USA, state.
        1. Driver d 11 May 2020 20: 07 New
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          It’s one thing to live with such a salary in Ukraine, or even in the provinces of Russia, but completely different in Europe

          I’ll tell you a secret when I came to Poland from Kiev from Ukraine, I went nuts, there the prices are lower !!! Products are better and better! Only cigarettes are more expensive, all products are cheaper. Promotions and sales are real, and not like in Kiev - a month before the sale, they raise the price, and at the sale they return the old one with a show-off - a discount. She didn’t communicate about politics with the Poles, she won’t be interested in the campaign, here are used cars of a penny compared to Ukraine. And I think that ordinary Poles do not care deeply whether they have a showcase or have control from America, they have a high standard of living.
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            Products are better and better!


            LKW, good evening! They reminded me of the 1992 film American Battle. I don’t know how to cut, so I just quote (1 hour 42 minutes):

            “But the crap is decent ... Do you have the same in America?”
            - Much tastier!
      3. Operator 11 May 2020 12: 23 New
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        The question is different - all these plants and factories are built on loans that have not yet been repaid.
        1. Driver d 11 May 2020 20: 09 New
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          What do you think, if there are plants and factories and they work all over Europe, will it be difficult for them to repay loans?
          1. Operator 11 May 2020 20: 35 New
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            Factories and factories are built, and loans have not yet been repaid - what do you think, why? bully
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            Quote: Driver D
            What do you think, if there are plants and factories and they work all over Europe, will it be difficult for them to repay loans?

            That's when they pay off loans, then we'll see.
            In the meantime, many Poles "collect
            strawberries' in the fields of the EU. And this is also from
            first-hand. And it is true.
            Yes, and on a bunch of built factories and
            factories, would you not be representative of specific information. Pliiz.
            1. Driver d 13 May 2020 13: 08 New
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              In the meantime, many Poles "pick strawberries" in the fields of the EU.
              Ukrainians are collecting this, maybe there are Poles in the fields too, I doubt very much how I often see Poles as well as Russians in different industries and warehouses in Europe.
              Yes, and on a bunch of built factories and
              factories, would you not be representative of specific information. Pliiz.

              I'm not even going to, I'm afraid you are discouraged with a break in the template
              Poles "collect
              strawberries "in the fields of the EU
              , laughed however)).
              If you want to search for yourself, it’s enough for me to drive half a Poland a couple of times a month and see everything with my own eyes.
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                By the way, farmers in England, Germany, the Czech Republic and Finland read in Ukrainian media and are ready to organize charter flights to Romania and Ukraine for agricultural workers, since the first crop is dying in the fields. Not that this is a reason for pride, but more evidence of the deep decline of life in Ukraine, people are ready to go anywhere, because they cannot feed their families at home.
                Ps when I begin to babble like Shot in German, then I answered - Say what you want?
                I answered - Oh, Russian partisan!
                Then we laugh together!)
  • Alekseev 11 May 2020 08: 58 New
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    "Barefoot, but in spurs."
    "We are starting to count down to the collapse of Russia."
    This is them, Russophobes ended, I would like so much.
    They don’t realize that the Russian Federation is not going to compete with NATO, China, etc. in the number of l / s, AUGs, tanks and planes.
    But for the latest strategic weapons, which will make the aforementioned pinch their tail, we have enough resources.
    And for modern, not large numerically general-purpose forces to pacify, for example, barmalei and banderlog too.
    The low oil price is the beginning of the end of the dependence of the Russian budget on the price of hydrocarbons.
    The stupid Obama also chatted something about the torn economy of Russia, he really wanted this, an African American. fool
    But now, unlike the times of the USSR, Russia does not bear the burden of maintaining Poland itself, which, by the way, consumed more from the EU budget than bankrupt Greece, and other "allies." Now it is a burden on others. wink
    A decrease in foreign exchange earnings will lead to a limitation of imports, the need to purchase not jamon and luxury goods, but only the necessary means of production and the need to develop high-tech manufacturing industry. A considerable market for the same EU will be lost.
    Moreover, in the 21st century, unlike the beginning and the middle of the 20th century, consumer goods are mainly produced not in Europe and America and are in abundance. If there are not 30, but 5 models in stores, say washing machines or televisions, this is not critical.
    So it all depends on us. To develop infrastructure projects as locomotives for the economy, support agriculture, import-substituting industries, it is reasonable to regulate foreign trade and the circulation of currency and God deal with it with oil.
    Moreover, it cannot be obtained without serious capital investments in the previous volumes, especially hard to recover. And the coronavirus will pass. And the price will become normal. So, even though the Polish did not disappear, the ungrateful Red Army came to the rescue, but the hopes of its Russophobes are in vain.
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    That is, in Poland there are people who do not hide the fact that they consider Russia their enemy.

    Suddenly laughing
    Here is the news so the news!
  • Ros 56 11 May 2020 09: 08 New
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    Poles more and more remind me of pre-war Germany, only who will save them, I do not see the candidates.
  • Andobor 11 May 2020 09: 11 New
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    The Poles judge on their own, and among the Poles the slave nature is already at the genetic level - eternal occupation, the invaders are only changing.
  • Golovnyak 11 May 2020 09: 12 New
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    these same elements will tear Russia apart. Too large territory in relation to the number of non-breeding Russians

    There is such a threat and Russia is not in vain rearming the Army and Navy!
    This time, "gentlemen" can no longer deceive us with your democracy and others ..
    The vaccine in the 90s. Healed and opened its eyes to many things .. We are no longer “Ivana” good-natured and believing in “brotherly friendship”, etc.
    Do not make us angry .. We have special scores for Poland .. hi
  • nobody111body 11 May 2020 09: 17 New
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    But how is Mexico reacting to an increase in the number of American troops on the Mexican-Texan border? all poisons poles on Russian gentlemen Jews?
  • Kibl 11 May 2020 09: 18 New
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    Che, you start pissing psyche. It becomes scary. The USA is no longer your support and defense, it’s up to you and your mess to do it. It’s better to sit on your fifth point and keep quiet in a rag.
  • rocket757 11 May 2020 09: 18 New
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    The mutt barks, the wind wears ...
    Go about your business, make POWER stronger!
    And the wind, he will continue to wear sub-yapping yapping, and the stronger we are, the more he will have to wear yapping from under the fence.
    And I want to teach the most shrill and can, of course! Remove them from allowance, finally and forever, until you shut up .....
  • knn54 11 May 2020 09: 18 New
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    1. From the "second Greece" I hear, you’ll have to repay debts sometime.
    2 .A fright from the five T-72s, albeit upgraded.
    There is a polka, and on the bench lies a drunk Russian.
    -Fu, drunk, disgustingly drunk!
    - And you, Mrs., legs are crooked, disgustingly crooked! And I'll be sober tomorrow !!!
  • Andrei Nikolaevich 11 May 2020 09: 19 New
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    The Poles have a historical complex of their own inferiority. The size of their country is proof of this.
  • APASUS 11 May 2020 09: 25 New
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    Psheks believe that in the event of a military conflict, the possibility of which they so zealously develop by their actions, missiles will fly through their heads to somewhere .............
    1. Cyril G ... 11 May 2020 10: 39 New
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      Missiles will fall on them from all sides.
  • siberalt 11 May 2020 09: 26 New
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    It is necessary to do, but not to pick their nose. On May 8-9, more than 500 shots flew into LDNR again. There are killed and wounded civilians. Recognize the republics, conclude an agreement on military assistance with them. How many more exhortations are needed? To put forward an ultimatum to the Nazis on the fulfillment of the Minsk land at 24 o’clock and withdraw all Ukrainian military and punitive formations beyond the administrative borders of the republics. Conduct elections, and then according to the Crimean scenario. And not a single dog will bark. The people of Donbass proved victims, long-term suffering and blood to be part of Great Russia.
  • Bare 11 May 2020 09: 26 New
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    So I want to say publicly - tremble enemies and know your place!
    No, there has not been and will not be a more prepared warrior than the Russian, history tells us about this.

    Russian is not a nationality, it is an affiliation.
    I. Stalin. soldier soldier soldier
  • Lyudmila Kostargina 11 May 2020 09: 27 New
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    Saudi Arabian Finance Minister said Monday that in the kingdom, as part of the new austerity measures, amid record low oil prices and the economic crisis caused by the coronavirus, value added tax (VAT) has tripled and monthly payments to citizens have ceased. laughing https://www.france24.com/en/20200511-saudi-triples-vat-suspends-handouts-in-virus-led-austerity-drive Каждый саудит должен вспомнить, как доить верблюда (верблюдиху тоже).. laughing
  • Tagan 11 May 2020 09: 28 New
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    Evil tongues say that the Poles were not badly grasped in recent history in the Donbass. After something did not work out for the mattresses, partners in the person of Poles were sent, so as not to risk the lives of the owners. Obychayut, probably.
  • ximkim 11 May 2020 09: 36 New
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    Partly, our “partners” are right: demography is falling, many territories that are empty or sell / rent to anyone (visitor) .. The campaign will begin to push the courts, there is still the United States will help them. Interestingly, will the Kremlin stop calling them "partners"?
  • Lyudmila Kostargina 11 May 2020 09: 37 New
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    A recommendation to the logs how exactly to “decisively react”: you go into the push, lift the lid of the toilet bowl and object to it. Decisively, loudly, confidently. Do not forget to wash off later. laughing
  • Pvi1206 11 May 2020 09: 40 New
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    dogs bark, the caravan goes ......
  • Lyudmila Kostargina 11 May 2020 09: 49 New
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    In Poland, they responded, “They consider it an enemy. And the most important thing for us is that we don’t need to take a sin at all. We don’t need to move tanks,“ calibrate ”,“ glass ”and generally make godly movements. It’s enough not to disturb them. Everything else“ everything the civilized community "will do it on its own. When the supply base is depleted, it generally works wonders in multiplying its own appendixes by zero, among which Poland is by no means the most valuable. laughing

    The main thing - DO NOT DISTURB and do not succumb to the old trick-the call to save the drowning, who immediately after they get around, strive to spit in the face of the rescuer. The “Slav Brothers” are here ahead of the rest. So far ahead that any mention of them must begin with the immortal prophetic words of the great Dostoevsky, which are made in the epigraph. In Germany, they forgot what Wroclaw and Gdansk are called correctly, but they still remember in the GDR. laughing
  • Alexander X 11 May 2020 10: 30 New
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    By and large, they don’t give a damn about what they say to themselves. But the "partners" are relentlessly and purposefully working to encircle Russia with a belt of hostile gosudarstveysk filled with evil residents with brainwashed. It’s not a pity to put such money into consumption. But certain damage to Russia will be inflicted. Yes, and Russia's resources are diverted to counter these petty purulent abscesses. But there are already a lot of them. They will never be friends to us again. And the defeated Russia will not remain there, only scorched earth. But this is what their overseas owners need. And the population of the Earth, you see, will be reduced by the forces of Russia. And no one will remember that it was they who moved their missiles to our borders. Conclusion: there is still time, Russia needs to arm our army, train the officer corps, develop effective weapons, and be prepared to strike not only at the waiters, but also at their puppeteers ...
  • I read the article ... read the comments ... It became sad, gentlemen. Very sad. Admittedly, we learn little even from our own mistakes! Alas!
    We famously threw poles poop and scored slippers for their so unpleasant comments for us. It always turns out great with us. Hurray to the Great and Mighty Us !!!
    And if you think about the comments of our enemies-Poles?
    1. our economy is weak. Our economy, despite decades of triumphant reports of Putin’s power, remains raw.
    In the event of fluctuations (falls) in oil prices, we catastrophically lose budget revenues !!!
    At the same time, during his tenure in power, Putin and his team were not able to restore the country's industrial potential, even to the level of the USSR. We were and remain an “energy superpower”, speaking less pathos, our economy is built on the export of raw materials and the procurement of finished products, i.e. WE ARE A COLONY !!!
    Question: how long will we still be able to finance scientific research, higher education, training specialists for the latest military developments ???
    How soon will we, due to the wretchedness, backwardness, colonial nature of the economy, lose the opportunity to finance the military industry, the army, and purchase the latest weapons?
    2. The demographic issue - we will not look back at the Poles and other Europeans, the reality is very sad ...
    I want to draw attention to the fact that Stalin for a period comparable to the term of Putin’s rule was able to boost the economy of the USSR and make the country an industrial power (a victory in the Great Patriotic War is confirmation of this). But then the goal was to bring the USSR to the advanced, industrialized countries!

    The Poles see us as enemies. They do not hide it. But in their anger they say serious and largely obvious things, they (and not only them) very accurately indicate the diagnosis from which we will die. And we, instead of starting treatment, shout about the wretchedness of the Poles and our greatness ...
    1. Tagan 11 May 2020 12: 01 New
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      in power, Putin and his team were unable to restore the country's industrial potential, even to the level of the USSR.

      Even to the level of the USSR ... In fairness, it would be worth comparing with the RSFSR.
      A colony is those who do not have their own foreign policy. No matter how you dream, we have it. Poland is a litter country with phantom popopoles. Comparing different eras is wrong. I’m not sure that you would rejoice among the Stalinist methods of achieving the goal. Few people are ready for such sacrifices at present.
      As for the economy, it would not be bad to compare it with the 90s. Want to say what's worse now?
      At the expense of "we die." Speak for yourself. I personally intend to still live, like many others)))
      But what, you can’t believe that the Poles are not friends to us, and for a long time? The “obvious” things of the limitrophs in the person of the Poles cannot broadcast from their bell tower by definition. Economies are also not comparable in order to be able to project correctly.
      Take an interest in what energy consumption in Russia. Interesting enough to show. Russia, as it were, is not in fourth place. Do not say why?
      1. There is an economic definition of a colony - a colony is a state that exports raw materials and imports finished products.
        As reality shows, the main item of replenishment of the budget of the Russian Federation is trade in raw materials, i.e. gas and oil.
        In this regard, three questions:
        1. What kind of finished industrial products is the Russian Federation currently exporting?
        2. What kind of industrial high-tech finished products is currently exported by the Russian Federation?
        3. How much of the total export revenue of the Russian Federation is the export of raw materials, which - finished industrial products, and which - the export of high-tech finished industrial products?
        This position allows me to argue that the Russian Federation is a colony, a raw materials appendage of the West ...
        The existence of an independent foreign policy in our country is a matter of time. I’m afraid that it’s right to talk about how long we can afford such a luxury as an independent foreign policy, because without a proper industrial base, including, first of all, high-tech, we will very soon have no material resources, including financial resources ensuring and maintaining this very foreign policy.
        The proof of this is that the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs expresses concern, bewilderment and nothing else for any Western attack. The effectiveness of these perplexities is no ...
        With regards to the Stalinist methods of restoring industry, let not by such methods, but industry must be restored. I think you will not argue with this. Moreover, over the past 20 years that Putin and his team have been in power, the results could have been more noticeable.
        In the meantime, we have succeeded in creating the "energy superpower." However, this is exactly what Mr. Putin promised us.
        As far as I understand, so far we have achieved significant success only in the export of raw materials and the construction of kleptocracy.
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          There is an economic definition of a colony - a colony is a state that exports raw materials and imports finished products.
          As reality shows, the main item of replenishment of the budget of the Russian Federation is trade in raw materials, i.e. gas and oil ...

          Did you yourself come up with such a concept?
          Why do not you want the United States to be called a colony?))) Oil shakes without restraint, and how much it imports finished products ... Mom, don’t worry!)))
          Well, suppose we export not only raw materials. And you are lying (it is not clear why). The share of energy in our exports is 40 percent (with a tail), it seems. A share in GDP is about a quarter.
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        Quote: Tagan
        Comparing different eras is wrong.

        It depends on what criteria. You and your "Stalinist methods" obviously do not succeed.
        Quote: Tagan
        As for the economy, it would not be bad to compare it with the 90s. Want to say what's worse now?

        Yeah. That is, it is impossible to compare here, but here it is possible, and then further in the elderberry garden. And if you compare with 1917, you get hurt. AND? Is that all you have done in 30 years? Can you be proud of? And if you compare, say with the 70s? Wait hysterically screaming about shaggy komunyak go? But as life shows, effective capitalists have been effective mainly only in stuffing their pockets.
        Quote: Tagan
        Take an interest in what energy consumption in Russia.

        Climate, population difference, energy-inefficient economy is not?
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      article is uninformative. me more komenty deliver. It turns out we live, then we’re even nothing - it’s good that all happened in the 90s in comparison. but it is interesting in terms of the pace of deindustrialization is there any such statistics who is the champion? in my city, ship repair giants died ports cost but they brought an oil pipe ... and in each of your city there are thousands of examples
  • Ravil_Asnafovich 11 May 2020 11: 02 New
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    Yes, break already with them diplomatic relations, what to mess around ???
  • lexa333 11 May 2020 11: 17 New
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    Why drag logs of wood here.
  • Chaldon48 11 May 2020 11: 56 New
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    Anyone who considers Russia an enemy, the enemy himself with all the ensuing consequences.
  • cniza 11 May 2020 12: 24 New
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    Let's keep our fingers crossed for such actions of our enemy. Just as economics, demography, and a failed ideology destroyed the Soviet Union, these same elements will tear Russia apart. Too large territory in relation to the number of non-breeding Russians.


    There were many willing and predictive, and where are they now?
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    one of the main lessons of the Great Patriotic War is that only a powerful economy and competent rear organization with timely evacuation of enterprises, as well as advanced technical solutions in military affairs put on a mass production track multiplied by the personal heroism of the military on the fronts can defeat the worst war in the history of mankind.
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    In particular, it was noted that the strengthening of the military component in Russia "is a challenge to the unity of the North Atlantic Alliance (NATO)."

    What kind of nonsense? We are not against their unity, and are capable of destroying the WHOLE NATO bloc as a whole. So let them not worry - they will die alone, in an embrace, and in this form will go to hell.
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    Let's keep our fingers crossed for such actions of our enemy. Just as economics, demography, and a failed ideology destroyed the Soviet Union, these same elements will tear Russia apart. Too large territory in relation to the number of non-breeding Russians

    The bulk of the Pole considers us enemies, and with any system. Most stupid people. And with demography and ideology, something really needs to be done.
  • Normal ok 11 May 2020 14: 12 New
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    Commentators in the Polish media clearly do not select words and openly express their extremely negative attitude towards Russia.

    Everything is exactly the same as in VO wink
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    These Polish comments can be shared. Russia is the enemy. Well, in the historical reverse perspective, this is most likely the case. This is the first. Second, which of us on May 9, 1985, could have imagined that the Union had 6 years and 7 months left to live?
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    News from the finger. As if on this site there are no radical, harsh negative statements about Poland or any other country. Is there nothing else interesting in the world?
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  • sleeve 11 May 2020 15: 45 New
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    Barefoot ... Great economic power Poland. Soon, after all, debts should be paid to the "little European tiger."
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    Do not be scared. I think, in about 10 years, President Putin will tell us about the need to import Uzbeks, Tajiks, and other Hindu brothers. And with demography there will be all the rules. Well, until the foreign brothers do not end.

    For myself, I'm not afraid, for a long time.
    But for children and grandchildren scary.
    What country will they live in.
    Like a Russian minority
    did not become in your home.
  • Tagan 11 May 2020 16: 47 New
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    Comparing different eras is wrong.

    It depends on what criteria. You and your "Stalinist methods" obviously do not succeed.
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    As for the economy, it would not be bad to compare it with the 90s. Want to say what's worse now?

    Yeah. That is, it is impossible to compare here, but here it is possible, and then further in the elderberry garden. And if you compare with 1917, you get hurt. AND? Is that all you have done in 30 years? Can you be proud of? And if you compare, say with the 70s? Wait hysterically screaming about shaggy komunyak go? But as life shows, effective capitalists have been effective mainly only in stuffing their pockets.
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    Take an interest in what energy consumption in Russia.

    Climate, population difference, energy-inefficient economy is not?

    Well, firstly, you do not poke me.
    Secondly, did you understand yourself? Yes, the first to scream from the "Stalinist methods" of bringing the economy to life. Because it would be a bit crippling to grind anything horribly, well, you would have to be hunchback if you were healthy, come, no less than the Chinese comrades, figuratively speaking.
    Well, why not compare with the 90s? The population is comparable, and the remnants of industry lay completely.
    So deal with your elderberry. Well, where does 1917 come from, if the previous speaker compared the USSR with the Russian Federation in its current framework? Well, what kind of "depending on what criteria" are we talking about?
    About the "handheld commies" is not for me.
    "Climate, population difference, energy-inefficient economy, isn't it?"
    Well, first you should look at the numbers. Even if one leads to a comparable number and accepts climate amendments (moreover, in a single country), it still doesn’t really fight.
    What do you know about energy efficiency of production and how to achieve it? I can compare several tens of thousands of people with my production with the number of employees, with technologies no worse than European and American, well, if only because we have units in Europe and until recently in the USA.
  • Sergey Eliseev 11 May 2020 19: 35 New
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    Polish gentry was never prudent. That’s why it prosralized its empire from sea to sea. They do not recognize themselves guilty, but blame Russia for all their failures, because they have received from us in full.
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  • dmitry.metlikin 11 May 2020 20: 52 New
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    There are good people among any people, also among the Poles, but I write to the villains, “Russia will never become Poland, and Russophobes must come to terms with these Poles, and the Poles will not fight with Russia, their goal is to incite NATO against Russians, that is "let someone fight and we will share the booty!" Many times it sounded- "put a little more pressure and Russia breaks down" -history teaches you nothing! "
  • LeonidL 11 May 2020 20: 56 New
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    It has incurred! Grunted! Say it! Pug barks - and Russia goes its own way.