20 years at the helm: how they praised and scolded Vladimir Putin during this time


20 years as Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin rules the Russian state. This is already more than Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev led, but so far less than that of Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin. I must say right away that during this period I also included four years from 2008 to 2012, when Dmitry Medvedev led the country de jure, and Putin served as prime minister. Indeed, during this period of time in Russia, the influence of the head of government was no less.


During his time at the helm of Putin, one could hear a lot of good and a lot of bad. This is clear...

It even happened that the same results were considered by some as victories and others as failures. But most of Putin’s opponents, not to mention supporters, believe that Russia has changed a lot during his reign.

Let's remember what we praised and scolded Putin for the past twenty years. It is clear why - for his actions and decisions.

Chechen Knot


In August 1999, Russian President Boris Yeltsin appointed the young and little-known FSB director Vladimir Putin as prime minister. And just two days after his appointment from Chechnya, which almost got out of the control of the Russian authorities, XNUMX militants invaded the territory of Dagestan. Thus began the Second Chechen War, which continued when Putin became president.

It was not under Putin that this conflict began, but he had to end it, and he did it competently. And although the fighting was bloody, and the losses were large, the security forces acted more thoughtfully and effectively than in the first Chechen one. Of course, this added authority to Putin not only among the military, but also among the entire population of Russia.

The president managed not only to defeat Chechen fighters and foreign mercenaries helping bandits, but also to make this region loyal to the central government. To do this, he drew local influential people to the side of the federal forces, including from among former opponents. An example is the field commander Akhmat Kadyrov, who was subsequently replaced as head of the Chechen Republic by his son Ramzan.

Of course, the establishment of a reliable and strong peace in the region, in which the former federal authorities were already desperate to change something, contributed to a significant increase in Putin's authority in the country.

But at the same time, in the course of the fight against the Chechen separatists, significant mistakes were also made, leading to a significant number of civilian casualties who died as a result of terrorist attacks or during the liquidation of militants. Here you can recall the “Nord-Ost”, Beslan and other tragic moments. The blame for them is often blamed not only on the security forces, but also on Putin personally.

However, one should not forget about the significant number of prevented terrorist attacks.


It is hard not to notice that during the reign of Putin, it was possible to reduce the manifestations of terrorism in Russia, if not to zero, then to a minimum over the past three decades. This is hardly a coincidence that has nothing to do with the activities of the president.

Transformation of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation


It is unlikely that even the most staunch opponents of the incumbent president will argue with the fact that the effectiveness and credibility of the Russian army during Putin's presidency has grown significantly. Our army today has become much stronger, more organized. She got the most modern and highly efficient weaponnot inferior, and often superior, to foreign analogues.

Significantly improved the training of personnel, its material support, has become more order compared with the 90s. Today, being a military has become prestigious, unlike that time.

Of course, such a transformation of the army is a great achievement, which many consider to a large extent Putin's personal merit. But there is an opinion that the defense spending in our country is excessive. The latest weapons systems are being created in Russia, as these people believe, to the detriment of the national economy. Perhaps partly they are right. Otherwise, such a word as “import substitution” would not have appeared in our country.

But the world is far from perfect, and the best guarantee of security in it is the presence of a strong army that can protect the population, resources and interests of the country. Therefore, defense costs cannot be dispensed with, although they have to spend a significant part of the budget on them. Although we must not forget that even a strong army is not a panacea. This is clear from the example of the Soviet Union.

It is worth noting that, unfortunately, not all funds allocated for defense are used for their intended purpose. An example of this is the corruption scandal that occurred in 2008 (and it is far from the only one) with the Oboronservis company, which had property relations with the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation.

Corruption is bad, especially in the defense industry. But crimes seem to be solved, and that’s good. Therefore, information about the identification of misuse of the finances allocated for defense, for some serves as an occasion to criticize Putin, and for others to praise.

In addition, people are discussing arms sales abroad. Some people think that this is an excellent budget revenue item. And others say that Russia supplies weapons to countries that will not always be used for good. And it may even be used against Russia itself.

Fight against corruption


Of course, Russia cannot be called the most corrupt country in the world, but it is among the 50 leading corruption states.
True, there are social activists who have devoted themselves to the fight against this phenomenon. In particular, there is the Anti-Corruption Fund by Alexey Navalny. He regularly publishes sensational revelations of the myriad wealth of high-ranking officials, most of whom are close to the president.

Of course, you can see with an unaided glance that Navalny’s ambitions are hardly limited to the fight against corruption. This politician, who continues to be called almost the leader of the Russian opposition, is clearly trying to get into power in the wake of the “hype”. And for some reason, law enforcement agencies actively play along with him. For some reason, his materials are not trying to refute, but simply ignored. And when he goes on provocations, they help him to form the image of a "martyr" and a "fighter for truth."

In general, it is strange ... If we have a totalitarian state and a "Mordor", then why does Navalny feel quite comfortable? The maximum that he usually faces is short-term prison sentences for disorderly conduct. And since we have democracy, freedom and the rule of law, then why aren’t their investigations checked? If he is right, then they will punish corrupt officials, and if not, then let him sit behind slander.

This is generally a difficult question. On the one hand, governors and other high-ranking officials are being jailed for corruption, they are exposing colonels with apartments full of money. And on the other - they didn’t put everyone in prison! So, the rest ... either they can not, or they do not want ...

It turns out that under Putin they began to catch and plant more bribe takers more, but at the same time the volumes of abuse reached impressive proportions. Thus, some credit Putin with identifying these very abuses, while others criticize him for the growing scale of corruption.

Economics and social sphere


It is sometimes difficult to say what causes economic success and failure: someone’s right or wrong steps, or just because external conditions have developed. Do not forget that our country has huge hydrocarbon resources and their export is a significant source of replenishment of the budget.

When Putin first came to power, oil prices were high. From 1999 to 2001, they nearly doubled. It was during the period of high prices for "black gold", which lasted until 2008, that Russia managed to make a significant breakthrough. GDP growth of 7 percent per year (in the United States at that time it was at around 2,4 percent) made it possible for Russia to grow and grow rich.


People reasoned like this: Putin came, and life began to improve. To a large extent, his decisions, indeed, improved the situation. Of course, oil revenues played a significant role in this. But you need to understand that it is not enough to find yourself in a favorable environment, you still need to use the situation wisely. And Putin’s team did it originally.

Money was invested in production, education, and healthcare. In 2007, families began to receive Maternity Capital, but today it seems that it has always existed in Russia, because good things are quickly forgotten. By the way, this year the country had a high birth rate.

And although the money went to production, they were allocated not to all sectors. Some of them did not develop, because you could just sell oil and buy imported goods and components with these funds. And when Russia came under sanctions, it had to deal with import substitution. If not for pressure from outside, Russia might have become even more dependent on hydrocarbon exports. And the unfavorable situation forced the country to develop high-tech production, agriculture, and other industries.

By the way, at this time the opportunity arose to create a Stabilization Fund, which is now called the National Welfare Fund. It is his funds that the government uses today during the epidemic. True, today Putin is criticized for insufficient assistance to the victims of the pandemic crisis, comparing Putin’s steps with measures of support for business and the population approved by Trump. But no one knows how events will develop, and whether we can now afford to spend our savings. After all, then there will probably be no place to take funds from.

So whether the authorities are doing the right thing or not, we will probably find out only at the moment when it is all over. And then we’ll praise or criticize the guarantor president.

A big blow for the Russians, and therefore for the rating of the Russian president, was the decision to extend the retirement age. After this decision, support for the population of Putin’s country decreased significantly. Nobody will be able to forget the pension reform, and this is understandable even from a household point of view, because it concerns every citizen (money bags can be put in brackets).

Foreign policy situation


Already few remember, but the first years after Putin took office as president were marked by the rapprochement between Russia and the West.

Russia fought against international terrorism in Chechnya and other regions of the country, and America survived the tragedy of September 11th.

The fight against extremism has become the common goal of Russia and the United States, making the two countries for a short time actual allies. Russia not only approved the entry of American troops into Afghanistan, but also provided the United States with its military bases for the delivery of goods to this country. Here we must pay tribute to Putin, since he did not begin to send his contingent to Afghanistan. Our soldiers were already there, enough.

True, Russia condemned the American military operation against Iraq in 2003.

The cooling in relations between the Russian Federation and the United States and the Western world took place from about 2007-2008. It all started with Putin's speech at the Munich Security Conference, where Putin called on other countries to abandon the unipolar world order. Further policy of Russia showed that these were not just words.

Then, in 2008, Georgian aggression against South Ossetia and Abkhazia was rebuffed. Russia recognized these republics as independent states. The NATO bloc did not stand up for its ally, but the West criticized Russia and Putin.

Another achievement of Putin’s foreign policy is the rapprochement with China, which has become a strategic partner for us. Someone considers this the right policy, others criticize Putin, they say that in vain he trusts the Chinese so much, from whom one can and should wait for a dirty trick.

In 2014, after an armed coup in Kiev, Crimea reunited with Russia after a referendum. Crimeans unequivocally expressed their position.

And although Putin’s criticism for this decision was heard both in Russia and abroad, such a step caused the maximum growth of the current president’s rating for the entire time he was in power in Russia.

As for the Donbass, whose inhabitants also sharply opposed the coup d'etat in Ukraine, Putin’s policy towards this region has been the last six years in the economic, humanitarian and moral support of the people's republics created there. At the same time, official recognition from Russia in the Donbass did not wait. When discussing Putin’s policies towards the Donbass, the opinions of Russians were divided. Some say that you need to leave LDNR to deal with their problems on their own. Others believe that it was necessary to at least officially recognize the republics of Donbass for a long time, or even include them in the Russian Federation. And others believe that Putin knows what he’s doing, because he always has some clever plan (the notorious “KhPP”).

And finally, Syria. The actions of the US-led coalition against the Islamic State banned in Russia were of little effect. Much has changed after entering the Middle Eastern country at the request of President Bashar Assad of the Russian military contingent. True, there is a version that the late Iranian General of the IRGC, Kassem Suleimani, suggested this idea to Putin.

As a result, Russia was able to deploy military bases in the Mediterranean and eliminate the threat of the spread of terrorism from the Middle East to the Caucasus and Central Asia. By the way, the Syrian government forces, with the support of the Russian Aerospace Forces, managed to take control of a significant part of the country and practically clear it of IS fighters. True, to the end of the conflict and the establishment of peace is still too far away.

And here there is no consensus among the Russians whether Putin is right or not. Some consider his actions expedient, others believe that he was in vain involved in this conflict.

What to expect from Putin


Although Putin’s steps were rarely predictable before, this year he never ceases to amaze.

With the oil crisis, "everything is not so clear." Experts are wondering whether it was Putin’s next multi-march against the US oil industry, or ours somehow didn’t think what they were doing, or Russia had nothing to do with it, and the Saudis initiated the breakdown of OPEC + negotiations. So here, some admire the insight or analytical abilities of the president, others criticize him for ill-conceived and erroneous actions, and still others are simply in a state of shock from the state of affairs in world markets.

In fact, the year began with the resignation of the government along with its head, Dmitry Medvedev. At the same time, it was decided to make many amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation. Subsequently, it turned out that the Russians would vote for them “in bulk”, that is, for all at the same time.

The events were so unexpected that the Russians were simply at a loss, not realizing whether this was good or bad, and what it threatened them with. Some are trying to decipher what Putin’s “trick” is, putting forward different versions, one more bizarre than the other. Most agreed that this was due to the possible extension of his presidential term so that he could run the state after 2024. The proposal of Valentina Tereshkova did not add popularity to either her or the current president, but full-time specialists in sociology have not yet said their word ...

Apparently, all these shocks were not enough, so a pandemic fell on our head. Worst of all, the world has not yet faced a similar problem. Therefore, no one really knows how to do the right thing, but everyone has an opinion on this issue. From here inevitably appear dissatisfied.

In this situation, it is very difficult to find a middle ground in order to take care of the health of the population and not to ruin the economy. Moreover, the first task contradicts the second. Here, no matter how you act, there will be many dissatisfied. Moreover, discontent is justified. Some lost their jobs, others are struggling for life, still others are in financial difficulties, and others are in an atmosphere of fear and uncertainty. Moreover, no one really knows what will happen next.

And with any development of the situation, someone will be extreme. And I even guess who ...


The attitude of Russians towards Putin is often diametrically opposite. Some believe that all the troubles in the country are due to the fact that Putin is president. Others believe that Russia only holds on to Putin. Like, Putin will leave, and the country will collapse.

I do not agree with any point of view, nor with the other. I believe that in the twenty years of his reign, Putin has made the country stronger. Of course, he had mistakes, including big ones. But only those who do nothing do not make mistakes.

This man ruled our vast country for twenty years, and in general, he did it with dignity. But the time is already coming when it is worth thinking about a worthy replacement for the current president. We must understand that sooner or later Putin will be replaced by a new leader, whom the current president is probably already preparing.

An ideal system for the country would be when the state machine works clearly and smoothly - regardless of who is currently at the helm. I would like to believe that such a model can still be implemented in Russia.
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  1. NEXUS 22 May 2020 11: 17 New
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    Looking at these 20 years, it remains for the GDP to understand that we must learn to leave on time. All ratings of large percentages were crossed out by one idiocy-pension reform. After which, as soon as the helmsman was not bowed over the cases, regardless of past merits.
    1. AUL
      AUL 22 May 2020 11: 33 New
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      Quote: NEXUS
      . All ratings of large percentages were crossed out by one idiocy-pension reform.

      Yes, and fussing with zeroing popularity and respect, to put it mildly, does not add!
      1. Kalmar 22 May 2020 11: 46 New
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        Quote: AUL
        zeroing popularity and respect

        Very capacious pun you got)

        In this fuss, it is sad that the decision, as I understand it, has already been made (Pamfilova, or something, already explained). But they still want to arrange a popular vote: type, ask the opinion of the people (which no longer affects anything).

        It is clear that this opinion is not interesting to anyone, you just need to arrange a beautiful show in Tereshkovsky style: the population of Russia in a single impulse begs the GDP not to leave their post. Why not spend the planned 14 billion in the midst of another crisis?
        1. military_cat 22 May 2020 11: 53 New
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          "Pension reform" and "zeroing" are literally two sides of the same coin, which show how Putin relates to the fact that 1) belongs to other people by right 2) it is impossible for him by right. It turns out that if desired, rightfully belonging to others may no longer belong to them, and the impossible by right may be possible for him.
          1. Stas157 22 May 2020 12: 44 New
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            20 years at the helm

            20 years at the helm, but among the people - not ... what.
            1. Sling cutter 22 May 2020 13: 12 New
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              Quote: Stas157
              20 years at the helm, but among the people - not ... what.

              Kamrad, Shevchuk, this is the one that Yura has a song about a trip around the country, listen? wink
            2. Usher 22 May 2020 15: 23 New
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              Quote: Stas157
              20 years at the helm

              20 years at the helm, but among the people - not ... what.

              Nothing? loud words. Why are you writing? From a computer? From the phone. What about the internet? What about the light? Do you think it was before? What are you driving? Where do you live?
              1. Stas157 22 May 2020 15: 43 New
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                Quote: Usher
                Why are you writing? From computer? From the phone. What about the internet? What about the light? Do you think it was before? What do you ride?

                My first computer, like the first car, I still bought with EBN. So, should I thank the drunk for this ??

                Why so upset? What, the sect of "Putin's witnesses" shook faith in the "deity"?
                1. Usher 22 May 2020 15: 45 New
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                  Quote: Stas157
                  Quote: Usher
                  Why are you writing? From computer? From the phone. What about the internet? What about the light? Do you think it was before? What do you ride?

                  My first computer and the first car, I still bought it at EBN. So I give thanks to the drunk ??

                  Why so upset? What, the sect of "Putin's witnesses" shook faith in the "deity"?

                  Moreover, a man has grown up and you write such nonsense. It seems to me that any adult sees changes. Accordingly, I think that you hang noodles on my ears.
                  1. volodimer 23 May 2020 08: 02 New
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                    I see a lot of changes .... But with the improvements, somehow everything is not so rosy.
                    With noodles, this is Yes, everything is so chic that by "macaroni" the whole country is united.
              2. aybolyt678 27 May 2020 22: 46 New
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                Quote: Usher
                Why are you writing? From a computer? From the phone. What about the internet? What about the light? Do you think it was before? What are you driving? Where do you live?

                all in comparison, compare 20 years of Stalin, 20 years of Catherine 2 and 20 years of Putin ... He attributed the fight against corruption to the article, and for me, so big corruptionists urinate small
        2. SRC P-15 22 May 2020 11: 59 New
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          I am interested in: will there be a clause on the prohibition of deputies and officials from the government to have real estate and capital abroad? As far as I know, in the State Duma this item was removed from the amendments. But why then it is so intensely advertised on television, as if this amendment was included in the package. In this way, they lure the electorate to vote for the entire package of amendments, and with it the main one - zeroing out Putin’s terms? If so, it smacks of something bad.
          1. military_cat 22 May 2020 12: 12 New
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            Even if this item had not been removed, the understandable obvious main task of the amendments would not have disappeared and had not changed.

            The substantive content of the amendments does not play any role at all, they are rotated as required. Did the Constitution clause on the social character of the state hinder the raising of retirement age? That point on real estate will be easily bypassed through the laying company. The constitution is not violated, everything is according to the law.
          2. New Year day 22 May 2020 12: 25 New
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            Quote: SRC P-15
            Will an amendment to the Constitution include a clause prohibiting deputies and government officials from owning real estate and capital abroad?

            but without amendments the law does not work?
            Federal law from 07.05.2013 No. 79-ФЗ “On the prohibition of certain categories of persons to open and have accounts (deposits), to store cash and valuables in foreign banks located outside the territory of the Russian Federation, to own and (or) use foreign financial instruments” (hereinafter - Law No. 79-FZ).
            The following are covered by the Law:
            persons holding or holding public office of the Russian Federation, positions of the First Deputy and Deputy Prosecutors General of the Russian Federation, members of the Board of Directors of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation, constituent entities of the Russian Federation; positions of the federal public service, the appointment and dismissal of which are carried out by the President of the Russian Federation, the Government of the Russian Federation or the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation, positions of deputy heads of federal executive bodies, positions in state corporations (companies), foundations and other organizations created by the Russian Federation on the basis of federal laws for which appointment and exemption are carried out by the President or the Government of the Russian Federation, positions of heads of urban districts, heads of municipal regions;
            spouses and minor children of the persons listed above.
            And who and what prevented him from breaking?
          3. lis-ik 22 May 2020 17: 16 New
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            Quote: SRC P-15
            If so, then it smacks of something bad

            It’s time to get used to the fact that there are scammers and they no longer smell of them, but naturally stinks.
      2. kjhg 22 May 2020 12: 01 New
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        Quote: AUL
        Yes, and fussing with zeroing popularity and respect, to put it mildly, does not add!

        As they say, all the secret sooner or later becomes apparent: pension robbery, zeroing, financial support for the oligarchs, increasing the tax burden of the population, etc. All Putin’s actions in recent years are aimed at robbing the population. Population incomes fall for the 7th consecutive year. This is the main indicator of his work. In fact, Putin has long been the main factor in the impoverishment of the people. I'm not talking about demography. The Russians are simply dying out. Poverty and extinction-this is Putin's stability.
        1. Far B 22 May 2020 13: 01 New
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          In general, the feeling that the author, although not explicitly, drowns for irremovable. This can be judged by his phrase that
          Putin defeated Chechen fighters
          Even the notorious Stalinists will not say that Hitler Germany was defeated by Stalin. Under the guidance, yes. But not personally. And on other points, many questions arise. In short, the article, in my opinion, is a slightly disguised attempt to wash the white dog of a black male. IMHO.
        2. Sling cutter 22 May 2020 13: 11 New
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          Quote: kjhg
          As they say, all the secret sooner or later becomes apparent:

          Kamrad, I am very surprised that for someone it was a secret all that is happening now.
          1. kjhg 22 May 2020 13: 15 New
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            Quote: Stroporez
            I am very surprised that for someone it was a secret all that is happening now.

            hi Unfortunately, there are a lot of them. Still, the TV does its job. Many citizens began to understand where Putin was leading them, only after a pension robbery.
            1. Sling cutter 22 May 2020 13: 21 New
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              Quote: kjhg
              There are a lot of them. Still, the TV does its job.

              Mdyayayaya .... how did it happen that the inhabitants began to live on TV instead of brains? request
              Threat. My mother-in-law in the late 80s also ran around the TV with three-liter cans of water, but this did not save her from a couple of chronic diseases.
              1. volodimer 23 May 2020 08: 15 New
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                I passed the final exams terribly awake, because my mother, in spite of my requests, did not want to miss the broadcast of the parliamentary meetings, and suddenly Sobchak will speak ....
                And yes, the cans of Chumak’s water were not cured of cancer.
        3. Gardamir 22 May 2020 15: 33 New
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          in recent years
          previously just did not notice.
        4. Vadim237 22 May 2020 16: 24 New
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          And an even greater factor in the impoverishment of the people, more than a trillion from the accounts of the past two months, the poor people withdrew from us, was 2014 when oil prices fell and sanctions were imposed on both investment and trade, this continues for the sixth year in a row. After the current pandemic in 2021, the government will again have to intensively fill the NWF and the crisis fund, as the current situation has shown that even 12 trillion is quite small, which, under similar circumstances, will end within two three months when the state of emergency is introduced, this will revise the budget for the next years aside reduction of oil cost to $ 15, and all that will be earned on the sale of hydrocarbons will be sent to the funds described above, bringing the savings to 60-70 trillion rubles, taking into account the fact that even with the lowest public debt of $ 40 billion, no one borrow anything from Western banks will not allow it.
      3. Sling cutter 22 May 2020 13: 09 New
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        Yes, and fussing with zeroing popularity and respect, to put it mildly, does not add!

        I am generally surprised by the fact that someone was in illusions regarding this character. request
        Which of the colleagues can explain now why the successor should be better than the original?
        1. gurzuf 22 May 2020 16: 08 New
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          Offer a successor in capitalist Russia. Not the fact that you will be satisfied with it. But anyway - we will propose to vote.
          1. Sling cutter 22 May 2020 17: 09 New
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            Offer a successor in capitalist Russia. Not the fact that you will be satisfied with it. But anyway - we will propose to vote.

            And why did you suddenly decide that I will start offering you someone there? I say let's choose you! Or are you weak in mind? Do you need scary? Or maybe we together with you and other people will come up with something?
            1. gurzuf 22 May 2020 17: 50 New
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              Or maybe you are weak with intelligence. In favor of my version says that you dear write with errors. And if this is such a disregard for the opponent, then here my version has the right to life.
              1. sniperino 23 May 2020 10: 59 New
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                Quote: gurzuf
                Or maybe you are weak with intelligence. In favor of my version says that you dear write with errors.
                Not this way. Spelling and grammatical errors do not indicate strength of mind or dementia. Socrates wrote essentially nothing; and if he wrote something, the Greeks could ridicule him for his ignorance of writing. But the Delphic oracle recognized him as the smartest of the Greeks, and even later he was among the great thinkers of the past. Even logical and factual errors here do not indicate dementia or schizophrenia: in this format of communication, they may well be tricks for the general reader, an intentional lie. Yes, and the word "write" you have an error. hi
      4. Svarog 22 May 2020 13: 28 New
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        Quote: AUL
        Yes, and fussing with zeroing popularity and respect, to put it mildly, does not add!

        Fussing with zeroing demonstrates the whole essence of a tireless rower. First of all, that his words are very often, if not constantly at odds with the deed. For he said earlier that he was against remaking the Constitution for himself and eternal rule, but he changed his mind. As well as about pension reform, he promised not to be with him, but asked to be treated with understanding ... In general, their only goal is money and power. But actually this is not a problem, let it be the rule, if I would take care of the people of Russia. So after all, all indicators speak of a complete failure, demography, income, education, medicine .. etc
        Perhaps only the number of billionaires is growing, with it.
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          AUL 22 May 2020 14: 55 New
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          Quote: Svarog
          Perhaps only the number of billionaires is growing, with it.

          But it’s stable!
        2. gurzuf 22 May 2020 16: 10 New
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          "Perhaps only the number of billionaires is growing, with him." Do you think this tendency will change with another steering in capitalist Russia? I bet on sabbers that - no.
          1. gurzuf 22 May 2020 17: 52 New
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            Strange opponents! They didn’t put minuses, but did not answer the question laughing
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            2. notingem 23 May 2020 22: 59 New
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              I explain. You are ignored and done right.
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        3. 2 Level Advisor 23 May 2020 19: 24 New
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          Interesting, right? have not yet voted and the GDP is already introducing draft laws on the basis of the amended Constitution ..

    2. depressant 22 May 2020 11: 33 New
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      Yes exactly. Everything for which it was possible to praise is crossed out by that for which it is impossible to praise. And the fact that good is done is halfway in the middle. Putin shared the law on production sharing in 2004, but only to the extent that it allowed a sharp increase in the number of oligarchs, and half of each object of serious industry fell under foreign non-localized capital. Or take the Crimea. That's when Sberbank enters there, I’ll put a plus. But will it come in? And who will answer me, for what kind of money the Central Bank is a regulator independent of the Government of Russia?
      1. forest1 24 May 2020 14: 36 New
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        Our Central Bank is only very conditionally independent (much more dependent than for example in the EU or the USA). They try to make it independent, because the government must implement the budget. When the government also steers the central bank, it has a great opportunity and temptation to turn up a bunch of mega-projects and print a lot of money for it, causing inflation and undermining the financial system. What can be obtained from this can be seen, for example, in Venezuela. Which is already forced to import everything. They even print money Goznak of the Russian Federation. And oil is being taken from Iran instead of its own.
    3. Crowe 22 May 2020 11: 51 New
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      Everything that was good was crossed out by the pension reform and legitimized through the nullification of the autocracy. It’s generally no way — to say, not the Middle Ages and not Central Asia, it should be a shame ...
      1. BecmepH 22 May 2020 12: 06 New
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        All that was good was crossed out by pension reform

        It seems to me that this reform is not without reason executed ... At the right time, the GDP is rolling back this very reform and ... oops! Rating uphill ...
        1. Kalmar 22 May 2020 12: 13 New
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          Quote: BecmepH
          At the right time, GDP rolls back this very reform and ... oops! Rating uphill ...

          It seems to me that the play “A Good Tsar Saves People from Bad Boyars” no longer impresses anyone. We need to come up with something fresher.
          1. Sling cutter 22 May 2020 13: 27 New
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            It seems to me that the play “A Good Tsar Saves People from Bad Boyars” no longer impresses anyone. We need to come up with something fresher.

            The creative ended with the supply of Argentine cement.
            You can take it literally.
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              laughing Argentine cement ... smiled ...
          2. BecmepH 23 May 2020 18: 48 New
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            Quote: BecmepH
            At the right time, GDP rolls back this very reform and ... oops! Rating uphill ...

            It seems to me that the play “A Good Tsar Saves People from Bad Boyars” no longer impresses anyone. We need to come up with something fresher.

            Have you noticed that on TV, as if on command, they started talking about LDNR? This zhzhzhzh for a reason! Attached and the rating is off scale ...
      2. your1970 22 May 2020 12: 55 New
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        autocracy. This is generally no way - chat, not middle Ages and middle Asia, shame should be ...
        -Europe is full of monarchs - if you don’t know, And why neither the Queen of Great Britain, nor the monarchs of Scandinavia (practically all but the Finns), or everyone else - not ashamed.
        And judging by your words - it must be in Europe Chat live ....
        1. your1970 22 May 2020 14: 41 New
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          Hmm .... how would Elizabeth say that 9 people are in “VO” against her monarchy and demands that she be ashamed ???

          fool 9 people did not understand the commonplace statements of existence monarchies in Europe .....
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            Have you ever tried to compare the powers of the Queen of England and Sweden? try to be surprised at the difference .. it's sooo different things
            1. your1970 24 May 2020 10: 32 New
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              And what does the authority ??????? have I brought about the fact of the existence of monarchies in Europe .......
              even if these monarchs are labels

              My opponent rattled his tongue - that a monarchy can be "only in Asia and this is a shame" - I answered this with the example of Europe
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          Quote: your1970
          Quote: Crowe
          autocracy. This is generally no way - chat, not middle Ages and middle Asia, shame should be ...
          -Europe is full of monarchs - if you don’t know, And why neither the Queen of Great Britain, nor the monarchs of Scandinavia (practically all but the Finns), or everyone else - not ashamed.
          And judging by your words - it must be in Europe Chat live ....

          Exactly. The hamsters of the bulk liberd became more active when they saw only the word "Putin". And pseudo-communists.
      3. Svarog 22 May 2020 13: 34 New
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        It’s generally not at any gates - chat, not the Middle Ages and not Central Asia, it should be a shame ...

        They don’t operate with such categories as “embarrassing,” so that conscience should be felt, and what kind of conscience is there .. we know from the many unfulfilled promises and genocidal actions (pension reform)
    4. Glavpatriot 22 May 2020 12: 03 New
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      Can you think of anything but your miserable pensions? Do not forget that greed and covetousness are sins that must be fought with modesty and patience.
      And what does Putin have to do with the reform if the State Duma carried out the reform?
      1. Pilat2009 22 May 2020 12: 49 New
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        Can you think of anything but your miserable pensions? Do not forget that greed and covetousness are sins that must be fought with modesty and patience.
        And what does Putin have to do with the reform if the State Duma carried out the reform?

        How can I not think about my miserable pension if this is the only source of income in old age? Not only have the funded part been frozen, the state has actually withdrawn my money. The same is about the nationalization of the Sberbank — the government just wants to launch a paw into the deposits of the population.
      2. depressant 22 May 2020 13: 24 New
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        Glavpatriot, I understand where you are driving, namely: Putin does not have enough powers. The two previous days in a row here at VO, I talked about this. But if Putin, as amended, asked the people for these powers, I might have voted in favor. But then what happens? He used to push positive decisions for the country (if there were any), when he still had fresh dirt on those who could slow down these decisions. Is this, excuse me, a way to govern a country? Yes, this is a way to rule the country - a way to name Putin. What led the country into the swamp of general corruption and, as a result, the “negative growth of the economy." And now, in the era of coronavirus, much steeper than Putin sly bulldogs like Sobyanin and harrowing Vorobyov - Putin, with his dull undercover agreements that often do not burn out, like pension reform, climbed out like a puppy weaving against them after with a tail drawn up. People should see that the president is a powerful government that stands behind them. Only in this case they will not only be for him, but, if necessary, will be supported by universal access to the streets. In the meantime, in domestic politics, he is losing ground wherever possible. An agreement between the puppy and the bulldogs cannot take place.
        1. Sling cutter 22 May 2020 13: 44 New
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          Quote: depressant
          But if Putin, as amended, asked the people for these powers, I might have voted in favor.

          Colleague hi love This citizen has more authority than any sheikh! Why are you trying to deceive yourself even with a faint hope that someone will change their minds? There was nothing but the inflated rating of the receiver, there was a transformation of ebnism into a new form. There was a time for disposing of the Soviet legacy, including and us "scoops" and the cultivation of a new generation of imbeciles, now one problem is practically solved, the second by virtue of nat. features, not really, and the beneficiaries can safely dump and leave here animal slag.
          Threat. Goodbye taiga, you are leaving from us for permanent residence in China.
          Everything else can be learned from the Leningrad residents of the 90s.
          1. Usher 22 May 2020 15: 27 New
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            Quote: Stroporez
            Quote: depressant
            But if Putin, as amended, asked the people for these powers, I might have voted in favor.

            Colleague hi love This citizen has more authority than any sheikh! Why are you trying to deceive yourself even with a faint hope that someone will change their minds? There was nothing but the inflated rating of the receiver, there was a transformation of ebnism into a new form. There was a time for disposing of the Soviet legacy, including and us "scoops" and the cultivation of a new generation of imbeciles, now one problem is practically solved, the second by virtue of nat. features, not really, and the beneficiaries can safely dump and leave here animal slag.
            Threat. Goodbye taiga, you are leaving from us for permanent residence in China.
            Everything else can be learned from the Leningrad residents of the 90s.

            Tell the taiga locals, where does Putin come from? Do you even know what to make?
          2. depressant 22 May 2020 15: 33 New
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            Stoporez, my respect! hi love
            You know, it’s very difficult to live when the president of my country is a man I disrespect. I need to respect the president, but I'm not a child. I understand perfectly well that he will sneeze at my respect with the coronovirus sneeze, that his appeal to the people "my relatives" is another PR deception, that he is the president of the rich, arrogant and vile oligarchic beast. He does not need my respect. But I need it. I need such a president. And when I said that if Putin asked for additional credentials, I would vote in favor, I meant that someone, and Putin will never ask for such credentials - never! But new powers, such as those of Stalin and even Brezhnev, would allow - no, not Putin! - To the president to make the decisions necessary for the country. Without concessions to the US Federal Reserve, the IMF, Nabiullina as head of the Central Bank, without Siluanov ...
            Do you know who Siluanov is?
            Do you think that Siluanov is the head of the RF Ministry of Finance? Only part-time. His main place of work is the International Monetary Fund. His position is called the “IMF Governor for the Russian Federation”. Given the status of our Central Bank, we are a colony of the USA, Stoporez. The IMF gave the go-ahead for pension reform, and Putin replied "Yes!" Because he is not a president, he is a colonial governor. This is on one side of the narrow corridor in which Putin lives. And the other side of the corridor is the greedy billionaires that breed - no, not by dividing the egg! - cut the budget. Putin is squeezed in this corridor of opportunities, he was shoved in there, he is used to living in it and cannot do otherwise. Obviously, sincerely believing that it is impossible for a person who has the presidency of Russia to live in the wrong narrow corridor ...
            So he pretends that he asks me, like everyone else, with the help of amendments to extend his stay in the corridor of opportunity until the end of his life. Yes, it pretends. After all, it is clear that as an inhabitant of the space between narrow walls, he arranges these walls, everything has been decided for a long time, and the solution rests in a safe.
            Arranges the walls, but not me.
            I need a president who will smash this corridor to smithereens!
            1. Sling cutter 22 May 2020 17: 13 New
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              I need a president who will smash this corridor to smithereens!

              I am very glad that to smithereens We, I emphasize WE, will be this rot together!
              Threat. Kaa scattered stones, so we will collect, we have no other way! soldier
              1. Grandfather 22 May 2020 17: 40 New
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                Quote: Stroporez
                Quote: depressant
                I need a president who will smash this corridor to smithereens!

                I am very glad that to smithereens We, I emphasize WE, will be this rot together!
                Threat. Kaa scattered stones, so we will collect, we have no other way! soldier

                I got nervous while reading you- Stroporez, and Lyudmila ... went out, smoked a couple of cigarettes (there wasn’t enough of one), all this .. angry fury already. are people at once stupefied? Well, you see everything without glasses, right? what is going on? which country we will leave to our grandchildren, a terrible dream ... and it's like ... "power" ... I certainly don’t measure a lot already, and I don’t care about their laws, but ... ".. It's a shame for the Power .. .".(WITH)
            2. sniperino 23 May 2020 12: 10 New
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              Quote: depressant
              But new powers, such as those of Stalin and even Brezhnev, would allow - no, not Putin! - To the president to make decisions necessary for the country
              Do you want to transfer Stalin’s powers to Grudinin? Only first you need to try this thing on the members of the Communist Party. If he managed with his mind, honesty and hard work to make the business so wonderful and fabulously enrich himself in the 90s, give you not the Golden Mile, but the Far East (more). To fence, hang a sign
              State Farm "The Way to Communism"
              To drive all the party members there together with the leader and the trench tool and observe the evolution of a developed society in a single state farm on the TV channel "We'll all be there", learning from your mistakes. AND?
              1. 2 Level Advisor 24 May 2020 00: 23 New
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                where does Grudinin, Pu and the powers of Stalin? write smarter nothing to answer?
                1. sniperino 24 May 2020 20: 52 New
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                  Quote: 2 level advisor
                  where does Grudinin, Pu and the powers of Stalin? write smarter nothing to answer?
                  You already decide, you are more or smarter.
                  1. 2 Level Advisor 24 May 2020 22: 38 New
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                    Well, then you understand allegory hi
      3. ser56 22 May 2020 14: 17 New
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        Quote: Glavpatriot
        Do not forget that greed and covetousness are sins that must be fought with modesty and patience.

        What a foolish remark - to see self-interest and greed in the earned pension? bully
        1. AUL
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          Quote: ser56
          What a foolish remark - to see self-interest and greed in the earned pension?

          IMHO, a man just unsuccessfully expressed his sarcasm! It was necessary to put a smiley.
          1. depressant 22 May 2020 15: 53 New
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            By the way, AUL colleague, you are right! It happens that you turn your political gut out more than once or twice in different VO forums, and it seems that everyone knows your political orientation. And then - bam! And flies in the forehead - "damned knocker, perish!" Yesterday I flew))) Well, not the greatest common factor! Although the concept is close to me))) And finally it turns out that the GCD is a kind of national liberation movement for the reconstruction of the USSR within its former borders ... Within its former borders ?! I can only yearn for the USSR as a Motherland, where there was much more justice than now, but together with Abkhazia?!? May God give the Abkhazians health, but glory to the same God that we are no longer together. I can imagine how the Nodovites will soar up)))
            Herein lies the difficulty of commenting and solo performances.
            1. Grandfather 22 May 2020 17: 43 New
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              Quote: depressant
              I can imagine how the Nodovites will soar up)))

              hammer ... And it is
            2. ser56 22 May 2020 19: 23 New
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              Quote: depressant
              where there was more justice than now

              if not a secret, what do you think is justice? This is when all the poor, half-hungry and ready to kill for a bottle of vodka in line? hi
              1. Grandfather 22 May 2020 19: 44 New
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                This is when all the poor, half-hungry and ready to kill for a bottle of vodka in line?

                I heard, yes ... it was, either in Detroit, or else where ...
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                  was, either in Detroit, or else where ...

                  1) Are you so interested in the USA? I'm not really ... request
                  2) Fights in lines saw himself in the 80s repeat
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                  Quote: Dead Day
                  Quote: ser56
                  This is when all the poor, half-hungry and ready to kill for a bottle of vodka in line?

                  I heard, yes ... it was, either in Detroit, or else where ...

                  -Detroit probably ... or London .... it doesn’t matter in general ... somewhere there, far away ...
      4. Freeman 22 May 2020 20: 11 New
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        Quote: Glavpatriot
        Can you think of anything but your miserable pensions? Do not forget that greed and covetousness are sins that must be fought with modesty and patience.
        And what does Putin have to do with the reform if the State Duma carried out the reform?

        If it weren’t for the last sentence, I would have put a plus for “subtle” sarcasm.
        And so - "sleepers." negative
    5. The leader of the Redskins 22 May 2020 12: 06 New
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      The main thing is that
      And with any development of the situation, someone will be extreme. And I even guess who ...
      Of course the Americans !!!
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        Quote: Leader of the Redskins
        The main thing is that
        And with any development of the situation, someone will be extreme. And I even guess who ...
        Of course the Americans !!!

        Already not only the Americans, but also the Soviet government, the Pechenegs, the Polovtsy, the horde and God knows who else.
        1. Sling cutter 22 May 2020 13: 58 New
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          Quote: kjhg
          even Soviet power, the Pechenegs, Polovtsy, the horde and God knows who else.

          Spartans, Colleague, this is the root cause. And it is
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            Bad dancer yay ... Spartans interfere lol
            1. gurzuf 22 May 2020 16: 19 New
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              I wonder! All guilty, where they themselves were in the 91st fashion? The dancers! Well, okay, on August 20, 1991, he was drunk in the insole! A son was born. When he sobered up, there was another power.
              1. Grandfather 22 May 2020 18: 21 New
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                Quote: gurzuf
                I wonder! All guilty, where they themselves were in the 91st fashion? The dancers! Well, okay, on August 20, 1991, he was drunk in the insole! A son was born. When he sobered up, there was another power.

                drank the country means ...
                1. gurzuf 23 May 2020 13: 06 New
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                  I didn’t drink it, but teetotalers ... and in silence.
          2. 2 Level Advisor 24 May 2020 00: 25 New
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            no .. neanderthals .. they are not ready for a special path ..
      2. AUL
        AUL 22 May 2020 15: 15 New
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        Quote: Leader of the Redskins
        Of course the Americans !!!

        But here I noticed, the more our authorities cringe, the more actively they scold Ukraine at all kinds of talk shows in zombies.
        1. tatra 22 May 2020 16: 13 New
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          And the worse things are in modern Russia, the more the NKVD is forced to commit atrocities on television.
        2. Grandfather 22 May 2020 18: 23 New
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          Quote: AUL
          Quote: Leader of the Redskins
          Of course the Americans !!!

          But here I noticed, the more our authorities cringe, the more actively they scold Ukraine at all kinds of talk shows in zombies.

          how ...? distract, then UFOs, then "caves say ..." (C).
    6. Doccor18 22 May 2020 12: 08 New
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      And when they really were .. ratings of large percentages?
    7. Phoenix 22 May 2020 12: 35 New
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      A person works for the country, not for rating. Some people don’t understand what it means to love their homeland more than themselves ... Judge for yourself.
      1. kjhg 22 May 2020 13: 07 New
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        A person works for the country, not for rating.

        1) This person works only for himself and for his friends. Forbes Magazine helps you.
        2) The entire state propaganda machine works to increase the rating of this person.
        1. Usher 22 May 2020 15: 29 New
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          Quote: kjhg
          Quote: Phoenix
          A person works for the country, not for rating.

          1) This person works only for himself and for his friends. Forbes Magazine helps you.
          2) The entire state propaganda machine works to increase the rating of this person.

          1) So what is there in Forbes? I do not read this, you are probably reading closer to you in spirit. In the first places, mostly mattresses and all sorts of sheikhs.
          2) and where else? Well, give examples of influential countries without propaganda? No need any Honduras and Seychelles.
        2. Usher 28 May 2020 16: 24 New
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          Quote: kjhg
          Quote: Phoenix
          A person works for the country, not for rating.

          1) This person works only for himself and for his friends. Forbes Magazine helps you.
          2) The entire state propaganda machine works to increase the rating of this person.

          Well, then we are silent? Alle?
      2. depressant 22 May 2020 13: 42 New
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        Excuse me, what country is Putin working for? To the country of Deripasok, Sechins and Abramovichs? So far it only looks like this.
        1. Usher 22 May 2020 15: 31 New
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          Excuse me, what country is Putin working for? To the country of Deripasok, Sechins and Abramovichs? So far it only looks like this.

          Do you live there? In the country of Deripasak and Abramovich, well, live on. What are they stopping you from living interesting?
      3. Snarkxnumx 22 May 2020 14: 38 New
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        "A person works for a country, not for a rating" - Who are you talking about? 1. I do not see a person.
        2. I do not see what works for the country.
        3. And his homeland is apparently different.
        4. And he loves himself more than the Country. Homeland and us. Citizens of this homeland.
        (For 20 years, for Stalin, from a backward country destroyed by a civil war, the country made the country defeating half of Europe)
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          (For 20 years, for Stalin, from a backward country destroyed by a civil war, the country made the country defeating half of Europe)
          - for this, he had to eliminate the then oligarchs and slightly thin out the working class and the peasantry
          Well, at the same time announce All Lenin’s comrades-in-arms (except for himself, Voroshilov and Kalinin) - “enemies of the people” ..... why would it suddenly be? belay
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  2. Deniska999 22 May 2020 11: 25 New
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    But did he manage to create a stable system independent of one person? Hardly. It is also doubtful that a person who considers the middle class to receive 17 thousand understands the people he rules.
    1. Ravil_Asnafovich 22 May 2020 11: 28 New
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      No, once again, the succession of power is so GDP, and did not create.
      1. New Year day 22 May 2020 11: 53 New
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        Quote: Ravil_Asnafovich
        the succession of power so GDP, and did not create.

        it was not in his plans request
        1. The leader of the Redskins 22 May 2020 12: 09 New
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          Most likely, on the contrary - to close everything on autocracy.
          1. gurzuf 22 May 2020 16: 22 New
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            Is it possible in Russia differently? I would like to know that "happy" period of the dawn of Russia.
        2. depressant 22 May 2020 13: 44 New
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          According to the proposed amendments, Putin’s succession is his own succession.
          1. Grandfather 22 May 2020 19: 53 New
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            20 years at the helm: how they praised and scolded Vladimir Putin during this time

            what Stalin did in 20 years, and what Putin did in 20 years ... everything is simple ...
  3. Radikal 22 May 2020 11: 26 New
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    In general, it is strange ... If we have a totalitarian state and a "Mordor", then why does Navalny feel quite comfortable?
    Because its existence is beneficial to power. This is one of several "unfit" objects that distract the attention of society from real problems. If there weren’t Navalny, we would have come up with another, some ... Cool. sad
    1. Stirbjorn 22 May 2020 12: 01 New
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      This is one of several "unfit" objects that distract the attention of society from real problems.
      From which, more real than corruption ?!
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      I agree with that! Then the question is - who will be better under this capitalism?
  4. Misterfin 22 May 2020 11: 30 New
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    He respected Putin, especially after the liberation of Crimea from the Ukrainians, although as a citizen of Belarus I have no direct relation to him. He doubted after quarantine and cancellation of the celebration of Victory Day on May 9. In fact, this is the same Yeltsin, only sober. The whole chantrap, as it was at the feeding trough, remained. This is a view from the side of Minsk wink
    1. Pilat2009 22 May 2020 12: 51 New
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      Quote: Misterfin
      He respected Putin, especially after the liberation of Crimea from the Ukrainians, although as a citizen of Belarus I have no direct relation to him. He doubted after quarantine and cancellation of the celebration of Victory Day on May 9. In fact, this is the same Yeltsin, only sober. The whole chantrap, as it was at the feeding trough, remained. This is a view from the side of Minsk wink

      Well, the fact that quarantine and a parade are not critical of his actions
    2. Stas157 22 May 2020 13: 13 New
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      In fact, this is the same Yeltsin, only sober.

      Cool said! But, EBN at least dumped during and asked for forgiveness. And this fellow with his teeth holds on to power, so don’t tear it off. He considered himself God's chosen one!
    3. Usher 22 May 2020 15: 32 New
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      Quote: Misterfin
      He respected Putin, especially after the liberation of Crimea from the Ukrainians, although as a citizen of Belarus I have no direct relation to him. He doubted after quarantine and cancellation of the celebration of Victory Day on May 9. In fact, this is the same Yeltsin, only sober. The whole chantrap, as it was at the feeding trough, remained. This is a view from the side of Minsk wink

      Well, how would people die, not heard? Google the video and statistics and increase by two.
  5. Radikal 22 May 2020 11: 32 New
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    The president managed not only to defeat Chechen fighters and foreign mercenaries helping bandits, but also to make this region loyal to the central government. To do this, he drew local influential people to the side of the federal forces, including from among former opponents. An example is the field commander Akhmat Kadyrov, who was subsequently replaced as head of the Chechen Republic by his son Ramzan.
    It was paid very well for this, including the lives of such remarkable officers as Colonel Yu. Budanov. sad
    1. kjhg 22 May 2020 13: 27 New
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      Quote: Radikal
      The president managed not only to defeat Chechen fighters and foreign mercenaries helping bandits, but also to make this region loyal to the central government. To do this, he drew local influential people to the side of the federal forces, including from among former opponents. An example is the field commander Akhmat Kadyrov, who was subsequently replaced as head of the Chechen Republic by his son Ramzan.
      It was paid very well for this, including the lives of such remarkable officers as Colonel Yu. Budanov. sad

      Speaking about the victory over the Chechens, one more important point is often overlooked - where will the loyalty of these Chechens be if you stop pouring them money?
    2. Usher 22 May 2020 15: 36 New
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      Quote: Radikal
      The president managed not only to defeat Chechen fighters and foreign mercenaries helping bandits, but also to make this region loyal to the central government. To do this, he drew local influential people to the side of the federal forces, including from among former opponents. An example is the field commander Akhmat Kadyrov, who was subsequently replaced as head of the Chechen Republic by his son Ramzan.
      It was paid very well for this, including the lives of such remarkable officers as Colonel Yu. Budanov. sad

      I mean paid? The Chechens killed him. Blood for blood. The law of morality, how do you feel about Kaloev? And his act? Most approve, so why is there a backlash? And why do you have Stalin on ava? In your own words you don’t look like a communist at all.
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    The economy and demography of Putin's Russia is a graph of the growth and fall of world oil and gas prices. When prices rose, the economy grew, demographics improved compared to the 90s, and Putin’s propagandists put this into Putin’s great achievement. When prices began to fall, the economy began to fall, demographics worsened, and Putin and his propagandists began to cowardly blame the Soviet Communists, including Putin’s "galoshes", Yeltsin and the West.
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  7. Snarkxnumx 22 May 2020 11: 32 New
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    "There are a lot of imperfections in the world, Rowing all the century - not raking, But there are no more perfect Russian girls in the world, by golly,"
    Putin must leave the law. Zeroing is not valid.
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      Caution, the phrase "... must leave" has already brought to shame one black president)))
  8. sergo1914 22 May 2020 11: 33 New
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    The fight against corruption? Are you seriously? Is building a centralized drift system a fight?
    1. Vadim237 22 May 2020 16: 27 New
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      At least bankers officials of military businessmen and everyone else are planted every day.
  9. GMM
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    The head of state is either good or nothing. Therefore, I will significantly keep silent ...
    1. New Year day 22 May 2020 11: 52 New
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      Quote: mmg
      The head of state is either good or nothing.

      so they say about the dead, so you're wrong
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      The head of state is either good or nothing. Therefore, I will significantly keep silent ...

      Why is it always continued, about the TRUTH.
  10. Pilot 22 May 2020 11: 33 New
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    In fact, the year began with the resignation of the government along with its head, Dmitry Medvedev. At the same time, it was decided to make many amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation. Subsequently, it turned out that the Russians would vote for them “in bulk”, that is, for all at the same time.
    Oh, well done, removed as much as 20 years later !!!! the main irritant and the culprit of the complete failure of domestic policy)) laughing What can’t you do for the sake of your nullified rating and your desire to reign further, when you are impatient with something to attract people to your wholesale, voting, for eternal rule. Yes, and friend and accomplice Medvedev is not on the bunk, but on a new bread place, specially created for it, for ours ... that is, from the budget it’s going to get a little creeper. Well, how to scold such a caring ruler)) winked
    1. 210ox 22 May 2020 11: 52 New
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      And here is the next one. Foreign labor decision. Here they can’t find their work, so they also simplified life.
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        Quote: 210ox
        And here is the next one. Foreign labor decision. Here they can’t find their work, so they also simplified life.
        -Do you know the solution to this problem ???? Won how ...
        Kazakhstan completely closed the border (including !!) for transit, all other countries also completely closed their borders. technologically offer to expel migrant workers ??? On road transport, Kazakhstan will not let them go. Take out order by air 2-3 million man ??? we have where to spend the money more urgently, this requires several tens of billions ....
        To build camps like refugees? Revelry of everything and everything imagine there?

        Z.Y. Build camps like Auschwitz - don't offer ...
        1. your1970 22 May 2020 21: 26 New
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          18 minusers angrily deflected - but real no suggestions were made ...
          And Che - conveniently, blurted out in anger and moved on .. the main thing - you don’t need to think ... shout "Down" and alga ...
          1. naburkin 28 May 2020 12: 44 New
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            Hm. I thought a little and plusanul. The issue for this period and the truth is absolutely not solved. The permission to work for the Gaster is still correct. Otherwise, after some time, they would have received several million people who simply have nothing to eat, and there is no place to take food except by force.
            1. your1970 28 May 2020 13: 22 New
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              Well, at least one thought ..... yelling "down" is easy, but "what to do" - all at once into the bushes ..
              The deportation of 1 person costs about 65 (air ticket + maintenance)
              Total export 1 million = 65 billion ... 2 million respectively 130 billion ...
              But that’s not all - the countries where they need to be deported are closed. And having learned how much we want to push them hungry moneyless men- close tightly ...
              So real there are only 2 exits - 1) the one that was done or 2) Auschwitz .....
      2. Svarog 22 May 2020 13: 37 New
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        Quote: 210ox
        Here they can’t find their work, so they also simplified life.

        So the concept of “their own” is different for everyone, I’m not sure that the Russian people treat their own in their understanding and judging by the actions and results.
  11. prior 22 May 2020 11: 34 New
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    - How are you, Maestro Putin?
    - It's okay. Falling ....
  12. Crowe 22 May 2020 11: 36 New
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    An ideal system for the country would be when the state machine works clearly and smoothly - regardless of who is currently at the helm.

    I totally agree.
    1. Fan-fan 22 May 2020 15: 56 New
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      I also agree, out in the USA, even black couldn’t cause damage to the country, two Bush brothers, flutist Clinton, actor Reagan, who just did not lead the country, and the states still stand like a rock. Why were they able to create such a system and ours cannot? It seems to me that the goals of our leaders are different - selfish, small and mercantile, although you can’t say the same about Stalin. It is a pity that Stalin did not transfer power to the chosen successor during his lifetime.
  13. Pvi1206 22 May 2020 11: 37 New
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    The President of Russia directs only foreign policy and the country's defense, incl. VPK ... The May 2012 presidential decrees regarding economic policy, the economic bloc of power ignores ... until this block is dispersed, the country's economy will not see development ...
  14. unaha 22 May 2020 11: 43 New
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    About blooming terry nepotism modestly not mentioned.
  15. vladimirvn 22 May 2020 11: 45 New
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    Largely agree with the author. It is a pity that V.V. Putin did not leave on time, about 10 years ago. He reset all his achievements.
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      Quote: vladimirvn
      He reset all his achievements.

      What are some special achievements? Pension reform is an ordinary unfulfilled promise, like others, but more closely touching a person.
    2. Fan-fan 22 May 2020 16: 04 New
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      It is a pity that V.V. Putin did not leave on time, 10 years ago

      He had to leave immediately after the Crimea, as this was his last notable work. Although if he had left even earlier, as you say by 10 years, then maybe not only Crimea would have been ours, but all of southern and left-bank Ukraine, because he completely failed the policy towards Ukraine and did not react to those who raised their heads there Bandera, did not react at all to the anti-Russian sentiments that were planted there more and more, and that’s the result - Ukraine is the enemy.
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        Уходить ему надо было сразу после Крыма, так как это была последняя его заметная работа.

        Нет. Последняя заметная работа это постановка на вооружение новых средств стратегического оружия, которое теперь будет надёжно оберегать нашу страну не один десяток лет.

        И насчет политики в отношении Украины вы не правы. Этот вопрос провалили предшественники ВВП, т.к ненависть украинцев к России и прозападный взгляд у последних начались нагнетаться намного раньше.
  16. Pessimist22 22 May 2020 11: 46 New
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    So I argue on whose side Putin, there are more oligarchs and millionaires, and 25 million citizens are below the poverty line, plus this virus has added problems to the people, so think and it would be okay somewhere, but it happens in the richest country in the world.
  17. New Year day 22 May 2020 11: 50 New
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    but also make this region loyal to central authority.

    due to financial preferences and the choice of the region among the rest
    Transformation of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation

    undeniably
    Fight against corruption

    stamping on the spot. The relevance of the struggle depends on the person’s loyalty to power. Under the press of the struggle, those who are not loyal or coddle. The struggle itself is a chosen one
    Economics and social sphere

    They are not here! The declared dependence on the oil and gas needle for 20 years has only intensified, almost all operating industries are dependent on foreign components, many industries and personnel have been lost.
    Health optimization is visible on the face. Commenting makes no sense.
    Foreign policy situation

    the result is multidirectional. The annexation of Crimea took place against the backdrop of a strategic miscalculation with Ukraine.
    Syria - the final results have yet to wait
    Venezuela - rather "-" than "+", the final result must also be expected

    What to expect from Putin

    nothing. The man was tired, exhausted his abilities.
    The time when you could leave with your head held proudly has passed. The last is remembered!
    1. I would attribute the situation with Crimea to "-". No matter how you twist, it was from this that our foreign policy split began with both our close and distant neighbors.
      1. New Year day 22 May 2020 12: 49 New
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        I would attribute the situation with Crimea to "-".

        maybe you are right! Some reasoning.
        1. realizing that Ukraine was leaving, Putin jumped into the last car of the outgoing train - Crimea, taking into account all the consequences of his continued presence in Ukraine. And the human factor in this was not the main
        2. Putin and his advisers did not predict the further course of events and "went with the flow." Hence the slurred position on LDNR at an early stage.
        3. In the future, supporting LDNR, Putin, through Minsk, wanted to keep them in Ukraine as an anchor, supposedly interfering with Ukraine’s drift to the West. In this vein, and the recognition of the coup by legalizing Poroshenko.
        BUT! Fierce fighting and casualties from both sorons made the preservation of LDNR within Ukraine a utopia. And the partners of Ukraine did not want this.
        4. To some extent, the situation in the Donbass, according to Putin’s plan, was supposed to reduce the passions in the Crimea, however, the Donbass became a more important problem for everyone.
        5. Strange as it may seem, Crimea and LDNR caused the consolidation of the Ukrainian society against Russia, Ukrainians not only did not understand the annexation of Crimea, but also reacted extremely negatively. This puts the prospect of almost any party in favor of restoring relations with Russia. In fact, gaining the Crimea, Putin lost Ukraine.
        6. From the point of view of counteracting the emergence of the US base in Sevastopol, then, unfortunately, the appearance of such bases is possible in Odessa, Nikolaev, Sumy, Kharkov.
        Somehow it turns out.
        1. Little of! Even if now the “strong-willed masculine word” says:
          - Error! Not ours! We are returning ...
          The split will not immediately heal. The society of Ukrainian citizens will be remembered for more than one year ....
        2. military_cat 22 May 2020 13: 26 New
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          1. realizing that Ukraine was leaving, Putin jumped into the last car of the outgoing train - Crimea, taking into account all the consequences of his continued presence in Ukraine. And the human factor in this was not the main
          And it seems to me that at that time the plan was to provoke the collapse of Ukraine (which, according to the plan of the strategists from the administration, was about to happen) and take Ukraine into pieces in pieces (except for the Lviv region). When the collapse did not happen, it made all the actions taken at that time in the framework of this plan meaningless. The expected benefits for the most part remained on paper, the losses incurred were much higher than expected because Ukraine did not disappear as a subject of international law. But it was already impossible to retreat, no one in Russia would understand this
          1. Fan-fan 22 May 2020 16: 17 New
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            But it seems to me that at that time the plan was to provoke the collapse of Ukraine

            Maybe there was such a plan, but Putin clearly did not begin to implement it, it is a pity that his actions show through some kind of half-heartedness, incompleteness.
            And I agree with you that then it would be possible to take not only Crimea, but also a large part of Ukraine — it was necessary to press hard on Yanukovych and force him to give orders to the security forces. After all, only Russia could save Yanukovych then, and it was necessary to set the condition: "We will save you, but you fight," and Putin just saved him like that.
  18. 7,62h54 22 May 2020 11: 53 New
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    A heavy mortgage, a mess in medicine, corruption, devastation and degradation of the periphery, rising prices, meager pensions - this is what I personally encounter regularly. Will leave and I will not remember.
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      If he leaves.
      But the failure to fulfill his promises, constant verbiage, pension genocide, self-nullification and self-isolation - he is unlikely to be washed away from this.
      1. Fan-fan 22 May 2020 16: 21 New
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        For good all of them must be judged for abuse of power and abuse of power, for the creation of a system of mutual responsibility, for the incompetent government of the country.
        1. Van 16 22 May 2020 16: 47 New
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          Therefore, they hold onto the helm with a stranglehold.
          And so, yes, everyone led by a non-guarantor, at least - resigned, at least "for the loss of confidence."
    2. your1970 22 May 2020 13: 23 New
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      Quote: 7,62x54
      A heavy mortgage, a mess in medicine, corruption, devastation and degradation of the periphery, rising prices, meager pensions - this is what I personally encounter regularly. Will leave and I will not remember.

      -I wouldn’t promise ....
      Ukrainians anecdote about the fact that "Yanukovych did not steal from the budget, and he added his own there too !!" long time ago came up with ...
      We at the police department also all thought when they escorted the chief to retire - "If he leaves, we’ll calmly live !!" ... yeah, right now ....
      The day after, they remember the old one with a kind word - "But Sanych ... eh ... did not appreciate !!!"
      1. 7,62h54 22 May 2020 13: 48 New
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        The familiar handwriting is immediately visible: "look how bad it is, do you really want it like that?"
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          The familiar handwriting is immediately visible: "look how bad it is, do you really want it like that?"
          - no, just I'm realist....
          Any new He will come with his new team until his team understands what, where, how, and for what, until they form their positions, until they put their places, while they write their laws / decrees ...
          Even if they NOT they will steal (which is nonsense in any system and state !!) - business, due to such uncertainty, will be grabbing like a madman, people will not get rich for sure, the economy will freeze ....
          Guess three times - why in 1917 and 1991 every time everything was bad within 7-8 years (at least !!) ???
          I’ll say more - HE is not eternal, and it's all we can see at absolutely any moment, even tomorrow ...

          Somehow not really I believe that - bam !! and through week apartments for free, there is no mess in medicine, they shot corruption, people were returned to the villages (I wonder how? !!), prices are not rising, and pensions of 100 thousand ...

          More believe that - bam! and 5 years passed ... or 10 ... and we remember "stagnation under Putin !! Ehhh !!"

          1. 7,62h54 22 May 2020 14: 22 New
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            You are not a realist; you have a phobia. Here's what they write about it:
            The fear of change has its own scientific definition - neophobia. This phobia is a way to protect the body from any negative environmental influences. This is a kind of manifestation of the instinct of self-preservation. A person, as it were, insures himself against possible unpleasant situations and the negative feelings associated with them. Fear of change affects people who are overly suspicious, emotionally unstable, with low self-esteem.

            In some cases, fear of the new is constructive: it prevents rash acts that can lead to bad consequences. Neophobia adds some common sense to everyday life. People suffering from this phobia critically evaluate their capabilities, carefully make vital decisions. However, a person who is afraid of all kinds of changes cannot succeed in life. He can for a long time vainly expect active actions on the part of other people or some kind of turn in fate. However, life will not change if nothing is done.

            Fear of changes in life fetters the will of a person, puts all kinds of barriers to the development of personality. Suspicion and excessive suspicion can interfere with friendships, love relationships, interfere with a career, get married.

            Neophobia becomes the cause of various physiological disorders (increased heart rate, increased pressure, dizziness, increased sweating) and destructively affects the social activity of a person. People suffering from this phobia are wary of anything new in various fields of social activity. Fear of change prevents the individual from developing as an individual, living a full life. This phobia has several manifestations.

            Hold on, you still have to live with it somehow.
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              Thanks for the article, read with interest !!!

              That's just a troubles ... in 1991 sooo many wanted a new change ... 30 years have passed and these many whine "how bad it is !!!"
              And I absolutely know that I know that with a sharp change of course the first time will be not just bad - but very bad .. I have looked enough for life ...
              I have repeatedly seen how a new leadership comes to power and what happens to the team
              What will happen to Russia under the new government is unknown to anyone, even the Lord God ...
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      Quote: 7,62x54
      Heavy mortgage,

      is it under 6,5?
      Quote: 7,62x54
      a mess in medicine,

      see England, Italy, USA ... request
      Quote: 7,62x54
      this is what I personally encounter regularly

      it looks like you are from Ukraine ... bully
  19. Alex66 22 May 2020 11: 55 New
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    I do not agree with any point of view, nor with the other. I believe that in the twenty years of his reign, Putin has made the country stronger. He could have made it even stronger if he had made a bet on million Russian citizens, instead of hundreds of citizens with an undetermined place of residence who are enriched here but live there. Well, for a major pension robbery showed his attitude towards the people.
  20. rocket757 22 May 2020 11: 58 New
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    Iteresno. Is it possible to find the ruler of Russia, from significant Schaub, the scales of his actions were equally filled ??? Or even if there were no strong distortions ???
    I DO NOT KNOW SUCH!
    1. Fan-fan 22 May 2020 16: 23 New
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      Stalin and Brezhnev
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        I would stop at Stalin.
        Stalin created the USSR in conditions of an entirely new ideology, active resistance to it, undisguised wrecking and managed to save the country in the most terrible war by historical standards. Brezhnev came to the ready. His seemingly prosperous rule was the era of the flourishing of corruption, the expansion of the party ranks up to merging with the underground criminal business. And so - yes, we lived well. There were hopes. But did anyone know that they are built on quicksand. All subsequent negativity is attributed to the time in which Brezhnev was gone.
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          Stalin created the USSR

          Let us dwell on the determination that the USSR state created OUR PEOPLE, under the leadership of a group of comrades whose leader was I.V. Stalin.
          Leonid Brezhnev ... there is something to show, although the years of his reign were relatively calm, but it all ended scary!
      2. rocket757 22 May 2020 17: 35 New
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        These were the figures of their time!
        Many of them are connected with each of them!
        In my opinion, MY assessment is more creative .... but very different!
        But, for everyone, serious claims can be presented! From different poles of our multi-polar society.
  21. Andrei Nikolaevich 22 May 2020 12: 06 New
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    I well remember the times of EBN. There is something to compare. Personally, I am GDP-satisfied. All the conditions for life in the country are. The rest depends on the person himself. Less whining and more work.
    1. tatra 22 May 2020 12: 19 New
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      According to Putin’s paid propaganda manuals, one can also praise Yanukovych for being better in Ukraine than with post-maid authorities. And who works for you well under Putin? Judging by salaries and incomes, this is from officials and oligarchs = to office plankton and priests.
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        Hello Irina!
        A rare case when I agree with your comment! Literally!
        Good to you! hi
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        Low-skilled workers will never receive much, and during the USSR, the priests did not pay much to them. The same applies to them and far from all officials receive much.
    2. 7,62h54 22 May 2020 13: 10 New
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      Are you retired already? How much do you get?
    3. Lars971a 22 May 2020 14: 01 New
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      Quote: Andrey Nikolaevich
      I well remember the times of EBN. There is something to compare. Personally, I am GDP-satisfied. All the conditions for life in the country are. The rest depends on the person himself. Less whining and more work.
      I’ll say one thing: if a person has no conscience, there are no internal restrictions, then in our country there are all conditions for earning grandmothers. If you work honestly and honestly, you won’t earn much, you’ll have enough for bread, no more
    4. Podvodnik 22 May 2020 18: 57 New
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      Less whining and more work


      Millions of people work for us and get a beggarly salary for this. And no prospects. They work 24 hours a day? You drive away from Moscow / St. Petersburg for a hundred kilometers. You will see a lot of cognitive.
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        And by whom these millions work for the most part in the service sector trade security cleaning transport, etc.
        1. Podvodnik 23 May 2020 15: 53 New
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          And by whom these millions work


          Nannies, nurses, teachers .... Moscow is not Russia (in the sense of the borders of the state), but only a part of it. You drive to the "outback". There, doctors, teachers, educators, milkmaids ... are not paid "Moscow" salaries. 40 thousand is the "average for the hospital." Salary of Medvedev (s) + salary of all milkmaids / number we get forty. All Soviet enterprises are mostly closed. Where to work and what kind of chiches to move to the "temple on the mountain" (emphasis in the last word of choice) to earn?

          I live on the outskirts of St. Petersburg. The wife has a classmate, a senior nurse in a local clinic. Recently "birthday" was celebrated. I ask, how's the load / salary for you in connection with the "pandemic"? It's good that I did not send obscenities. He answers: "They left a bare salary, stimulants removed."
          You look less zombies, affects the brain.
  22. Glavpatriot 22 May 2020 12: 12 New
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    Vladimir Putin is the happiness of the people and the great luck of the Russian land.
    Only enemies of our state and Russophobia can buzz against it.
    1. Phil77 22 May 2020 12: 50 New
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      Quote: Glavpatriot
      Vladimir Putin is the happiness of the people and the great luck of the Russian land.
      Only enemies of our state and Russophobia can buzz against it.

      And you can admire everyone? And everything? laughing
    2. Freeman 22 May 2020 21: 13 New
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      Vladimir Putin is the happiness of the people and the great luck of the Russian land.
      Only enemies of our state and Russophobia can buzz against it.

      Now, better, keep the plus.
      Only the emoticon ( wassat ) add. And then our people are often too "straightforward". wink
  23. Ross xnumx 22 May 2020 12: 13 New
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    Russia managed to make a significant breakthrough. GDP growth of 7 percent per year (in the United States at that time it was at around 2,4 percent) enabled Russia to develop and grow rich.

    On a piece-by-piece basis or due to the unreasonable rise in prices, tariffs for goods and services, the high cost of the transport component?
  24. Gardamir 22 May 2020 12: 13 New
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    Chechen loyalty, provided that they are the main nation.
    Money has never been invested in either the economy, medicine, or education. USE invention of Putin.
    In general, why this article? Is Putin really leaving?
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      Quote: Gardamir
      Chechen loyalty, provided that they are the main nation.
      Money has never been invested in either the economy, medicine, or education. USE invention of Putin.
      In general, why this article? Is Putin really leaving?

      But what do you dislike about it? It has already turned into a horror story. It’s just a method of assessing knowledge. If there is no knowledge, that is, it cannot help. Another thing is that education and health care are optimized to the impossible. As one infectious disease specialist said, "fortunately to the end we had time "
    2. Vadim237 22 May 2020 16: 41 New
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      For 20 years, 2,5 trillion dollars have been invested in the Russian economy, where they went, if not in the economy and in the industries - there is no vacuum money.
      1. depressant 22 May 2020 21: 22 New
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        Yeah, the government invested $ 2,5 trillion in Russian business, and the grateful Russian business, according to the US National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) and the Boston Consulting Group, brought $ 3 trillion offshore. Good arithmetic, right?
        1. Vadim237 22 May 2020 21: 57 New
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          What does it mean that the government has invested - this money was invested by foreign investors, after tax they have every right to take their money with profit, they don’t stand still, they are always in motion financial flows come and go every day at the same time. And for me, links to all kinds of economic research bureaus in the USA are like believing everything that is written on every counter fence. All figures are approximate - but not accurate at all, and this withdrawal of money from Russia is the same investment in foreign assets not only of business but also of the state of the same gold reserves and we do not have so many billionaires to withdraw the sum and even millionaires in the same way. We are already 30 years old in a market economy and no other economy will get used to it anymore and get used to crises the same.
          1. depressant 22 May 2020 22: 16 New
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            Vadim, my dear, put it more clearly. You misled me. I thought: is it really that much the government has fallen off business? Well, judging by the continuous assistance - it could, Vadim knows better.
            By the way, I am glad to see you in good health. And then you disappeared somewhere, do not try to get sick)))
  25. Maks1995 22 May 2020 12: 15 New
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    Dialectics, .... It was good, it was bad.
    But lately, politics, people, etc. does not change.
    So you can safely predict the future: the people’s appeals to the trenches, the rich live internationally, the Forbes list is growing, prices are rising, production is growing at a statistical level, everyone is the same on TV, sometimes someone is planted if too many millions were stolen for no reason, development deadlines prolonged. breakthroughs in the media weekly, but somewhere far away ...

    Oh yes, according to the constitution, power and property beyond a hillock is eternal and inviolable.
  26. Knell wardenheart 22 May 2020 12: 27 New
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    There is a saying: "If you look into the abyss for a long time, the abyss will look into you."
    GDP has been in power for a very long time, longer than a person can remain in shape and desire to wage a real fight. The system has already been built so that many of the problems of today are problems of the decisions of his government and the course of twenty or ten years ago. Of course, not all and the country he did not get in the best shape. But the longer, the more in the "struggle" - the struggle with oneself and one's own decisions.
    The way we desire within this process over time leads us to work on the fact, and our desires change under the influence of this. What we are witnessing is this endless fight against corruption, this endless race for the standard of living, these endless promises contradicting the past ..
    Do you think the planet can revolve in a circle just to take and fly, as you wish? No. Also a person - if he is frozen, he will not fly away ..
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      There is a saying: "If you look into the abyss for a long time, the abyss will look into you."

      These are the words of Nietzsche.
      Quote: Knell Wardenheart
      Also a person - if he is frozen, he will not fly away ..

      He already has a system failure, and he started, not even yesterday. hi
      1. Knell wardenheart 22 May 2020 13: 06 New
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        In my opinion, it started tentatively after 2006. Already there were good oil prices, there was already a certain level of security within the country, there were already good indicators for the growth of wealth and the economy. Ukraine has not yet been a problem for us - despite the Orange Revolution, there have not been Western sanctions yet - and the West itself has sunk deep in Iraq-Afghanistan.
        The GDP had a huge credit of trust - and brainwashing on an industrial scale was not yet required in order to “rule” it.
        In general, then we came to the moment - when we achieved positive stability and quiet borders (regarding what we see today) - we HAD a choice how to do things further.
        Whether to act with targeted permanent measures within the framework of a big plan for realistically restructuring the country - and spending super-revenues (and they were then) in targeted directions.
        Either fill in problems with money and measure in the second round with the West (Munich speech, etc.), and inside the country it’s stupid to sit down and expect that the positive dynamics will take everything out by itself, the problems will be solved by themselves, and the sun will shine as bright as it shone in 2006 .

        That choice was an ordinary choice of the leader "at the peak" of popularity - when you think it yourself and the right people buzz in your ears about the chosenness and the beginning of glorious deeds under the signs of good luck. Then there was 2008 - the crisis, August, it was necessary to turn the nuts and refine with the “receiver”, then there was Serdyukov, Bolotnaya, Libya, deterioration with the West, 100500 fiery speeches in anticipation of the wind blowing itself again ..
        Well, in 2006 all this was not. 8 years separated us from a really serious moment - 8 years full of bobs, the absence of sanctions, looking into the mouth of the CIS and Putin, a dozen years younger.
        If you think about it - these are 2 presidential terms for which you can turn mountains. But we have what we have. Then there was a turning point in my opinion ..
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          Properly, in the case, deployed!
          But the main failure, in my opinion, is the absolute inability to select personnel. More precisely, the approach to their selection. Personal loyalty is a good thing, but when there are no business qualities ...
          For us, sadness and mask shows. crying
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          Yes I remember. Munich speech unpleasantly struck. It was already scary. Why did he say it, I thought then, - did the guy's roof go?
    2. Vadim237 22 May 2020 16: 45 New
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      You tell Old Man this - this one is in power more than Putin sits. And Putin will leave in 2024 — he will be over 70 and it’s clear from him that he’s tired of putting Mishustin in his place as a colonel or general from the GRU for about 50 years and will quietly retire.
      1. Knell wardenheart 22 May 2020 17: 07 New
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        Yes, this is the problem of any person who has been sitting "on top" for a couple of decades. It is not even a matter of the abilities and of the aging of a person, nor of the fact that he is "tired" and has not fulfilled much of the promise - it is just that the struggle at some point is already taking place with himself. So every year you need to lie and dodge more and more - or admit that there "didn’t think of it", which automatically says that it’s time to rest. Well, or to observe a certain picture "in motion", some successes, dynamics, at least the frame of future victories -> but after all, no, it is not observed. We take 6 years ago, and we see everything too, which is now. We take it 10 years ago, we see everything too, but without sanctions. Already then they talked about some kind of plan, framework - but in fact we saw from something relatively material - only military developments and some success of our agro-industrial complex in the field of import substitution.
        I don’t understand Lukashenka’s games either, especially this already worn-out senile, grumpy pettiness, but success, it seems to me, is an unambiguous movement from “good” to “better”, but not trampling on the spot or even maintaining the system in one state. Life is motion .
        1. depressant 22 May 2020 18: 25 New
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          Colleague, do you think that Putin does not need anything new. Putin thinks differently. I remember how he humiliated himself before the State Duma after Tereshkova’s speech on zeroing. He said how he likes to work as president. How shyly (and maybe in alarm for the result?) Worried at the same time, almost breaking off his voice.
          And by the way, here.
          A few days ago, a video with this speech by Putin was posted on Yandex. But not in Zen, but just like that, before a brief description of some news that has nothing to do with Putin. What for? And what was found by me there? The humiliating moment disappeared, as if it were not there at all! In the master gluing scraps and editing the image!
          Evil tongues claim that Putin has long been gone, that he is Photoshop. Yes, I somehow do not care what he is. I judge by the result.
          1. Knell wardenheart 22 May 2020 19: 40 New
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            What Putin needs is understandable and noticeable for a long time. He just thinks that the interest from coming to power is to steal into the bushes. Well, or a small bipod level Volodin.
            Any authoritarian leader marks for a Place in History. Such that then there would be non-acidic kitchen battles on the theme of “good / bad”, so that there would be followers who did not even live under your power, for whom you are a sort of icon-painting character with the wisdom of Yoda, the charisma of Che Guevara, depth, foresight, etc. A similar approach, in our country, as practice shows, it erases all your jambs and tongues, makes a harmonious and cunning plan from any rubbish and nonsense, and of course, any epic theft can also be easily hidden - if you can build this image.
            The emperor needs Triumph - a certain point where success (albeit not total) will be so visualized - that it would be possible to arrange a parade with bonnets, push a couple of beautiful speeches and go into the sunset (and portraits in museums). I think our president sees the Triumph in removing European sanctions with some fanfare - then (judging by the looming desires behind a myriad of actions) there is a calculation to stir up some kind of beautiful 69 with the EU authorities - that it’s possible to engage them with a quiet glanders, but it’s important it’s epic to fix something else, pose with European leaders, shake the crab with smiles, sign gas contracts for 10 years ahead - then there are ministers, various Rogozins, who, on behalf of each department, also shake the crab and agree, etc. Everything - a picture from the exhibition, stability and global respect. You can take power. A curtain.
            I think we really want something like this now. Previously, of course, plans were probably more poetic. But at least this plan allows us to say "we fought and reassured!" .
            And, as I understand it, the banquet will continue until something like this happens.
            I think in the west they don’t sit there either, and they understand that they will have MORE concessions, the LONGER they will delay this moment. Otherwise, all that they want will be if this moment does not happen.

            We are inside this scheme, as it is not funny, passive observers. A kind of triumphal crowd, which is waiting for the "event" to rejoice and wave flags.
            At least I have such a picture.
            1. depressant 22 May 2020 19: 52 New
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              What an epistolary style you have! I am delighted ... And yes, it’s like we are wrapped in foil and argue in which mode the microwaves will fry us. This is about indecently hasty, with violations of the Constitution of the adopted law on the creation of a unified information register of information about the population of Russia. This is our foil. They wrapped it up and soon put it in the oven, and here we are breaking spears about the cook - on each other's heads)))
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          It’s bad that for 10 years you haven’t seen anything new material except for the military-industrial complex and agro-industrial complex - maybe you didn’t talk about the rest and you weren’t interested in a small piece of another new material [media = http: // https: //youtu.be/q2UjMx_8yh8]
          also https://youtu.be/JKzYBMaA3CM
  27. Radikal 22 May 2020 12: 29 New
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    This is one of several "unfit" objects that distract the attention of society from real problems.
    From which, more real than corruption ?!

    Well, you yourself know everything. hi
  28. Old partisan 22 May 2020 12: 46 New
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    Liznul so licked. Probably got to the tonsils.
    And let’s put a 199-meter-high monument to him right in the center of the throne. And as a result of voting, we will call god-like. And we will pray for him
  29. hermit 22 May 2020 12: 59 New
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    Putin does not match his position. He is not a politician, but a bureaucrat. Perhaps he would make a good minister or governor, but no more. When the incense of public relations around him dissipates, it will become clear that for more than twenty years at the head of Russia there was an empty place.
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      We turn on the logic! A leaving Yeltsin could leave the country to a brow whom he would not trust ?!
      The result we are seeing today.
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      He is not a politician, but a bureaucrat.

      From bureaucrats it is clear what to expect!
      But politicians, this is not predictable, in the interval from NORMAL TO EVERYTHING! until God GIVE YOU SUCH EXPERIENCE!
    3. Polente the Wanderer 22 May 2020 14: 47 New
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      It’s more like a politician maneuvering among a motley elite and countries. If he were a bureaucrat, Russia would be like Singapore in terms of living standards, and it’s certain that he would be a bureaucrat even for 1 term
  30. Sahalinets 22 May 2020 13: 22 New
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    The real Putin is an ordinary person. EBN did not choose him wisely, but exclusively to save his own skin. It was just a pearl at first - oil prices were rising by leaps and bounds. But then they fell and we see that for all these fat years nothing really has been done, wherever you spit - failure and rush. And with what he answered - cannibalistic reform of pensions?
    For me, he has already lost the coast for a long time, he imagines himself a great politician, although he is an occasional little man as president. And of course the frenzied corruption in his environment, multiplied by complete incompetence - this is his objective characteristic.
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      But then they fell and we see that for all these fat years nothing really has been done, wherever you spit - failure and rush. And with what he answered - cannibalistic reform of pensions?

      Here is another muck preparing:
  31. Hagen 22 May 2020 13: 53 New
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    I read the branch. Yes ... Some admirers of DW and "Freedom" are different theses, but the meaning is carbon copy laughing . One pleases - "The circle of these revolutionaries is narrow. They are terribly far from the people ...."
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      Ha, another "pointer" that people can read, and what can’t, who \ what to read and who \ what is not.
      Probably the closest to the people, unlike everyone else .....
  32. Roman123567 22 May 2020 14: 35 New
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    Anyone who wants to stay in power, hiding behind similar, insignificant slogans, does not cause other feelings in relation to himself, except for abomination ..
    Each time, looking at these posters, it becomes a pity for people who are driven to the point that they are capable of leading such nonsense ..





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      After all, this is all designed, as they say, "on a sucker" .. and, on a complete sucker ..
      And for suckers hold the whole country ..
      1. tagil 23 May 2020 19: 45 New
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        Well, why are you talking about all the citizens of the country. Here you are in our country one is not a goof, in Ukraine there is also no goof. So not a lot of suckers.
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          Understand your Ukraine there yourself ..
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            Russia will somehow deal with Ukraine without you.
  33. Million 22 May 2020 14: 38 New
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    I would better keep silent
  34. Polente the Wanderer 22 May 2020 14: 43 New
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    "loyal to central authority"
    Rather, we can talk about loyalty to a particular person
  35. veritas 22 May 2020 14: 48 New
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    In his first term there were illusions that a man was in his place. But the farther, the more it became apparent that a person’s place was sucked and ruined. And the longer he is in power, the more it smells of decomposition.
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      Quote: veritas
      In his first term there were illusions that a man was in his place. But the farther, the more it became apparent that a person’s place was sucked and ruined. And the longer he is in power, the more it smells of decomposition.

      Can you suggest an alternative?
      1. Stas157 22 May 2020 15: 57 New
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        You can offer an alternative?

        What are you! What could be an alternative to no alternative!
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        Can you suggest an alternative?

        Well, what alternative? If tomorrow he slips in the bathroom and gets killed ... everything, the end of Russia, we will have to go drown right away! laughing
  36. Grading 22 May 2020 15: 13 New
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    Quote: Roman123567
    Anyone who wants to stay in power, hiding behind similar, insignificant slogans, does not cause other feelings in relation to himself, except for abomination ..
    Each time, looking at these posters, it becomes a pity for people who are driven to the point that they are capable of leading such nonsense ..






    People hawala People hawla People will haw!
    1. Vadim237 22 May 2020 16: 53 New
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      And you will haw - when they vote for. So you can not curry favor.
  37. fif21 22 May 2020 15: 26 New
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    Adopted the law on pensions - let them fulfill! At 65, EVERYTHING including officials, deputies should retire! They waited for the people on the streets, but they will wait at the polling stations. hi
  38. Oleg Skvortsov 22 May 2020 15: 33 New
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    For Putin’s rule, only officials at the feeding trough, hucksters, speculators, effective managers and socially responsible businessmen sitting at the Kremlin’s trough cutting the state budget drown. The rest of the people do not have such a leader for nothing ... I don’t understand one thing - every time he prays to God for Orthodox holidays, there is a confessor. When did he believe in God like that, when did he throw a party card into a bucket? Earlier, princes went to the monastery in old age - they thought about their life, but sins were atone for. Eltsin a couple of days in the church funeral, thought - it will help. His devils are fried in hell for the ruined souls of the common people. And this one there ...
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      I don’t understand one thing - every time on Orthodox holidays God prays, there is a confessor.



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    It seems to me that VO has turned into a bunch of "liberals", "Ukrainians" and "heaped up." Who do not know how it was in the 90s. When I personally went to school, in the morning I ate only one piece of bread. Thanks to the liberals.
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      Father, you do not know what a liberal is. And the main liberal, as he calls himself, we have the Commander-in-Chief - V. Putin Well, and we, know all his brothers in spirit laughing
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        Are you Boyar or Podkulaknik?
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      If you listen to such-the whole country has turned into liberals, Ukrainians, and bulked up .. One you are Dartanyan .. and Putin ..
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        If you listen to such-the whole country has turned into liberals, Ukrainians, and bulked up .. One you are Dartanyan .. and Putin ..

        And here is the country, I'm talking about this "garbage dump" into which VO has turned. No one, I answer, no one answered my questions, they can only “ring out” and set cons. And their feces cannot argue.
        Everyone in words does not like the rich and the oligarchs, but for some reason everyone wants to become unloved by them. They want cars and cottages. Most of all, those who imitate their sociality are starring, only reservations slip through, they do not believe in an epidemic until they are touched, like everyone drowned for socialism, only half will have to be dispossessed.
        And there are pseudo-communists who do not really know what they want and want to step on the same rake.
        And there are mishandled provocateurs. They want war, such as a revolution. It's so cool. "I am the daughter of an officer, everything is ambiguous," we know, they swam.
  40. Radikal 22 May 2020 15: 50 New
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    The president managed not only to defeat Chechen fighters and foreign mercenaries helping bandits, but also to make this region loyal to the central government. To do this, he drew local influential people to the side of the federal forces, including from among former opponents. An example is the field commander Akhmat Kadyrov, who was subsequently replaced as head of the Chechen Republic by his son Ramzan.
    It was paid very well for this, including the lives of such remarkable officers as Colonel Yu. Budanov. sad

    I mean paid? The Chechens killed him. Blood for blood. The law of morality, how do you feel about Kaloev? And his act? Most approve, so why is there a backlash? And why do you have Stalin on ava? In your own words you don’t look like a communist at all.

    Skip the words, who looks like whom lol hi As for Budanov, he was surrendered, cynically and shamelessly! Is it clear now? sad
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      Quote: Radikal
      The president managed not only to defeat Chechen fighters and foreign mercenaries helping bandits, but also to make this region loyal to the central government. To do this, he drew local influential people to the side of the federal forces, including from among former opponents. An example is the field commander Akhmat Kadyrov, who was subsequently replaced as head of the Chechen Republic by his son Ramzan.
      It was paid very well for this, including the lives of such remarkable officers as Colonel Yu. Budanov. sad

      I mean paid? The Chechens killed him. Blood for blood. The law of morality, how do you feel about Kaloev? And his act? Most approve, so why is there a backlash? And why do you have Stalin on ava? In your own words you don’t look like a communist at all.

      Skip the words, who looks like whom lol hi As for Budanov, he was surrendered, cynically and shamelessly! Is it clear now? sad

      No, can I have a pruflink? How was he handed over, or is it "everything is so clear" to you? I am far from this topic because I live on the other side of the country. And as a man who is not biased, having read many articles about Budanov, I do not see “cynical surrender” point-blank, I know that millions of other people were killed on the street as well. What is better than other Budanov?
  41. faterdom 22 May 2020 16: 40 New
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    Many events over these 20 years, and decisions. He relied heavily on the experts' incorrect forecasts, and we have what we have (Superjet, Chubais with his Rao UES, and then Rusnano, the creation of a pension fund, insurance medicine, garbage reform, and much more).
    At the same time, as a result, over the past 40 years he was the first long-term ruler, in which the situation in the country and its position in the world as a whole did not deteriorate, but nevertheless improved. Considering the most difficult legacy, which BEN no longer knew how to cope with at all, and therefore lost it, is Hercules’s feat in clearing the Augean stables.
    Only in these stables new horses produce new manure, which again accumulates, and Hercules has already sniffed - he "does not warp".
  42. Grading 22 May 2020 17: 14 New
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    For Putin’s rule, only officials at the feeding trough, hucksters, speculators, effective managers and socially responsible businessmen sitting at the Kremlin’s trough cutting the state budget drown. The rest of the people do not have such a leader for nothing ... I don’t understand one thing - every time he prays to God for Orthodox holidays, there is a confessor. When did he believe in God like that, when did he throw a party card into a bucket? Earlier, princes went to the monastery in old age - they thought about their life, but sins were atone for. Eltsin a couple of days in the church funeral, thought - it will help. His devils are fried in hell for the ruined souls of the common people. And this one there ...

    The main electorate of power in Russia is a simple deep-seated people who are currently in power for that and they vote and no matter what his political views are communism, capitalism, pacifism, etc. who in Moscow on the throne is the king!
    1. Usher 28 May 2020 16: 37 New
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      Quote: Grading
      Quote: Oleg Skvortsov
      For Putin’s rule, only officials at the feeding trough, hucksters, speculators, effective managers and socially responsible businessmen sitting at the Kremlin’s trough cutting the state budget drown. The rest of the people do not have such a leader for nothing ... I don’t understand one thing - every time he prays to God for Orthodox holidays, there is a confessor. When did he believe in God like that, when did he throw a party card into a bucket? Earlier, princes went to the monastery in old age - they thought about their life, but sins were atone for. Eltsin a couple of days in the church funeral, thought - it will help. His devils are fried in hell for the ruined souls of the common people. And this one there ...

      The main electorate of power in Russia is a simple deep-seated people who are currently in power for that and they vote and no matter what his political views are communism, capitalism, pacifism, etc. who in Moscow on the throne is the king!

      Don’t have to jingle huh? Were you there yourself? The main capable mass is urban residents.
  43. Ros 56 22 May 2020 17: 18 New
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    But nothing that we don’t water each other with automatic machines, as was the case in the Caucasus and what is happening in banderlog now? And that Russia did not fall apart and is still whole from Vladik to Kaliningrad? And that striped with their lackeys teeth click and bark, but they can’t do anything? You can list for a long time. And such a country is the only one in the world, it is Russia. It is worth a lot, you have to be proud of it, and you guys are simply snickering. And again you begin to whine - what are cool jeans in the West and how good it is to live there. So forward to the west, there is no Putin and never will be. hi
    1. Vadim237 22 May 2020 22: 17 New
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      In the US, there are now 30 million unemployed and another 40 million poor. Guys in pursuit of a better life are no longer waiting there.
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      Russia has not collapsed and is still whole from Vladik to Kaliningrad?

      Who cares?
      Norway is small, proud of its standard of living .. and some are still proud of its size ..

      And that striped with their lackeys teeth click and bark, but they can’t do anything? You can list for a long time.

      This is a super achievement at all ..))
  44. Podvodnik 22 May 2020 18: 02 New
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    And two days after his appointment from Chechnya, ..., fifteen hundred militants invaded the territory of Dagestan.


    That's it!
    Prior to that, he led the FSB, for a whole year! Many credit it to him. He led! And How?
    Explain how the FSB, under the leadership of a wise leader, allowed the supply of weapons and food, relocation to the area of ​​concentration, the concentration and advancement, deployment and movement of a non-resident group of one and a half thousand people plus a certain amount of transport / convoy. And for this, his "increase"?
    On our side, the loss of about 1000 dead and wounded, on the other hand, is 2-3 times greater. Is this an achievement?

    The 1999 terrorist attacks of September 14-16: Volgodonsk-19 killed 89 wounded, Buinaks-64 of the corpse 146 wounded, Moscow - two terrorist attacks — Kashirka and Guryanova — more than two hundred dead, a thousand were wounded.

    And they appointed the GDP as prime minister on August 9 from the post of head of the FSB. How did this department work under his leadership if the subordinates overslept such large-scale attacks, the invasion of Dagestan? Is this all that was planned and implemented in a couple of days?
    Yes, okay.
  45. Podvodnik 22 May 2020 18: 08 New
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    The president managed not only to defeat the Chechen fighters ...


    What, he personally ran with a gun? I have not seen this.
    If the guns spoke, then the politician lost. LOSED! All this victory was bought by the blood of the Russian Army and Navy, washed by the tears of mothers.
  46. Podvodnik 22 May 2020 18: 16 New
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    Significantly improved the training of personnel, its material support


    Material support has grown, yes. And the police raised. When there is nothing left before the election. Yes, only the military pensions for some reason did not increase on the same scale. He promised to "catch up." And what? Not caught up.
    Why didn’t I start with doctors and teachers? Some of the doctors about the bed fund were generally "optimized." The result is all visible. The thunder struck, the cove of his brother.
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      10000 optimized beds in the fight against the Russian virus didn’t help, as 8 to 10 thousand people get sick a day.
  47. Podvodnik 22 May 2020 18: 25 New
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    Otherwise, such a word as “import substitution” would not have appeared in our country.


    Import substitution? Yes, alright! Is it bad with vision? Well, the nearest store you need to go. Our pens, taps, erasers, chandeliers, televisions, stoves, photos, phones, briefcases, pipes, teapots, mixers, drills, punchers, drills, screws (SCREWS !!!) and what the hell is ours? - NO! We even stopped making pencils. Everywhere is China.
    Someone from the “retinue”, a badminton fan, said that we were producing cars in Vsevolozhsk. We! We produce! Yourself! And here again, the Ford company has given up its tail, and we are no longer producing it. And we do BMWs in Kaliningrad. Themselves. All over.
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      If you search, you will find both pencils and punchers drills for clothes made in Russia - the problem here is that you don’t see it in our store just because it’s not profitable for the store owners to sell it - it’ll not be profitable for our manufacturers to trade all this inside the country it is profitable to export there because of the weak ruble they will receive two to three times more. Here is such a thing.
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        it is not profitable to trade all of this domestically


        Well, where do this legs grow from? That's right: tax policy, fiscal policy, social, and a bunch of different ones. What is it all called? Right again. Domestic policy of the state. And who defines her last twenty years? Guessed again. Putin Vladimir Vladimirovich. What is the result? You yourself note:
        it is not profitable to trade all of this domestically

        We have a lot of smart and enterprising people. It is necessary to create normal conditions for them and not to interfere. They will turn mountains. It is only necessary to indicate the direction.

        The war ended in the 45th. After 16 years, Gagarin flew into space. The country was in ruins. And we are still flying on that rocket into space. Still! And where is our success over the past 20 years? What is the difference between the salaries of Medvedev and a nurse at a local clinic?
      2. Roman123567 25 May 2020 08: 52 New
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        it’s just that it’s not profitable for the store owners themselves to sell

        Well, yes .. it's all the store owners who are to blame for the fact that import substitution exists only in sick minds ..))
  48. Podvodnik 22 May 2020 18: 31 New
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    expose colonels with flats full of money


    Well, of course, an ordinary colonel found somewhere a couple of tons of money. And all by myself. I personally drove. But men don’t know! (with). And the FSB, which Putin competently directed and trained personnel for a whole year, did not know?
    I’ll go for a walk, I can find a draw bag.
  49. Podvodnik 22 May 2020 18: 42 New
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    And Putin’s team did it initially.


    Yes, I did. Can not argue.
    Take gasoline for example. 92nd. On January 01, 2000, a liter of it cost around 6 r 50 kopecks. And now? We look out the window, take a calculator, divide / multiply. We get an average price increase of at least 25%. All twenty years. Every year. Minimum 25%.
    For farmers achievement? But what about. What more!
    1. Vadim237 22 May 2020 22: 32 New
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      You forgot to write the average salary in Russia for 2000.
      1. Podvodnik 23 May 2020 16: 10 New
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        You forgot to write the average salary in Russia for 2000.


        Well, I don’t remember her. He was already retired. One thing I can say: I do not know a single person in my environment whose salary / pension would grow at the same rate as the price of gas, that is, at least 25% every year for the past twenty years.

        Do you know such people?
  50. Podvodnik 22 May 2020 18: 44 New
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    We must understand that sooner or later Putin will be replaced by a new leader, whom the current president is probably already preparing.


    Do you catch the meaning? Already cooking! Myself!

    And they won’t ask us. Democracy, it is.
  51. parusnik 22 May 2020 19: 00 New
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    "You accustomed me to needs, I fell in love with sausage and sour cream" (c) laughing
  52. Alex Nevs 22 May 2020 19: 28 New
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    To all the minusers. The number of pluses still far exceeds the very huge minus (pension reform). So, I don’t see a better one yet (well, if there’s any biden-schmeiden in Ukraine). But it’s already such an open space.
    1. tatra 22 May 2020 19: 46 New
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      The quality of the work of the head of state, especially for such a long time that Putin leads Russia, is evaluated, first of all, by the way he created or retained bureaucracy, the system, and the economy in the country. And the quality of Putin’s bureaucracy is monstrous, a system has been created in which everyone who received big and huge salaries and income compared to the majority of the people did NOT earn them honestly, bringing great and huge benefits to Russia and its people, but the responsibility for creating Putin cowered the economy with his "galoshes" onto the economy of the USSR, that is, he himself admitted that the economy he created was bad for Russia and the people.
      1. Vadim237 22 May 2020 22: 52 New
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        In the civilian sector in the USSR, for the most part, they really did a lot - that was why everyone was chasing after import, but it went to those who had money and connections, that is, to the minority everyone else was satisfied with the gray stuff of domestic production. Now, something similar to the DPRK is happening only where communism has been elevated to the maximum point - the Juche teachings are still the same food shortage a huge army devouring huge resources full media censorship the pursuit of foreign currency its CPSU Central Committee cold war with the west most of the poor beggars constant monitoring of foreign tourists most of the country is closed to the public.
  53. Ragoz 22 May 2020 20: 16 New
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    The main policeman-president was put on the Security Council - let him continue to drive with his hands.
  54. Victor Shirokov 22 May 2020 20: 36 New
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    Quote: Usher
    Quote: Stas157
    20 years at the helm

    20 years at the helm, but among the people - not ... what.

    Nothing? loud words. Why are you writing? From a computer? From the phone. What about the internet? What about the light? Do you think it was before? What are you driving? Where do you live?

    Well, yes. Without Putin, if it weren’t for him, they would have sat with a splinter) did he create plants, breakthroughs, or do you drive a Russian car? maybe you have our phone and computer? so take the noodles off your ears.
    1. Vadim237 22 May 2020 22: 55 New
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      Our computers and telephones are only bought by government agencies and the military - because expensive products are painful for a citizen.
  55. Old Horseradish 22 May 2020 20: 43 New
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    So we "got up from our knees." "Go Russia!" And if there is an abyss or ravine ahead ....

    The subcolony has sub-monetary units. This is a stupid historical fact at a given historical moment.
    The dollar is bullshit in essence. But, excuse me, why then the ruble?
    A subcolony is a country that sells raw materials for foreign currency to Western countries, and then the same currency received for raw materials is transferred to Western countries and there are built mansions, cottages, etc.
    And what remains in the subcolony?
    1. Freeman 22 May 2020 21: 52 New
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      Quote: Old Horseradish
      So we "got up from our knees." "Go Russia!" And if there is an abyss or ravine ahead ....

      The subcolony has sub-monetary units. This is a stupid historical fact at a given historical moment.
      The dollar is bullshit in essence. But, excuse me, why then the ruble?
      A subcolony is a country that sells raw materials for foreign currency to Western countries, and then the same currency received for raw materials is transferred to Western countries and there are built mansions, cottages, etc.
      And what remains in the subcolony?

      Few people know, but the Bank of Russia (aka the Central Bank of the Russian Federation) still uses the Soviet ruble in its calculations.
      Here is the course for May 2020
      The official rates of the USSR State Bank of foreign currencies against the ruble, applied in the payment and settlement relations of the Russian Federation with foreign states under trade and credit agreements of the former USSR from 01.05.2020/XNUMX/XNUMX

      Units Currency Course
      100 US Dollar 54,6300
      100 Euro 59,8600

      source:
      https://cbr.ru/currency_base/GosBankCurs/
    2. Vadim237 22 May 2020 23: 01 New
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      If you take your schizo for granted, then for the currency sold for oil and invested in yachts mansions and so on, Russia would have already owned half of Europe, but this is not visible. And you can not count other people's money; you will never have anything from them.
  56. Grading 23 May 2020 07: 30 New
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    In the US, there are now 30 million unemployed and another 40 million poor. Guys in pursuit of a better life are no longer waiting there.

    1. Usher 28 May 2020 16: 42 New
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      Quote: Grading
      Quote: Vadim237
      In the US, there are now 30 million unemployed and another 40 million poor. Guys in pursuit of a better life are no longer waiting there.


      This is the height of cynicism.
  57. Lynx33 23 May 2020 10: 35 New
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    My personal opinion: Putin must retire. Therefore, I personally will vote against a constitutional amendment.
    1. tagil 23 May 2020 19: 54 New
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      Therefore, I personally will vote against a constitutional amendment.
      And who do you want to be parent number 1 or parent number 2? Or you don’t like that the country should be governed by people only with Russian citizenship, or you don’t agree that the country should be unified and not divisible, or is MOV closer to you than Russian ???? Well, well, Putin's pension and the Constitution are two different things.
      1. 2 Level Advisor 24 May 2020 00: 27 New
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        Are you a bot or have you missed all topics on VO earlier on this topic?
        1. tagil 24 May 2020 10: 25 New
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          Why am I a bot and not you? Here the afterlife howl on any topic is what kind of power, what money, what the army and its weapons, what the economy. And in this howl, not a bit of understanding, they’re not even trying to figure out the topic, but only the small-town “mine”. You look at some of them as they compete for an interruption who pours more dirt (probably they show their upbringing with education) and it becomes disgusting.

          Who gave the right to this person to insult people only because they have their own opinions dissimilar to this individual, not only on this site but also on others? Why does this person think that his opinion is the main thing in the last resort, and I am a "messenger" ???? Just because, unlike this individual, in addition to miscalculations of power, everything is bad with us (what balm for an exceptional nation) do I see its real work?
          So before you tell someone that he is a BOT think with your head. In it, not only eat and wear a cap.
          1. 2 Level Advisor 24 May 2020 16: 26 New
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            Sorry if I offended .. But it’s been discussed 10 times already .. Perhaps it’s true - you haven’t come across any topics .. and described and disassembled and justified your positions, etc. And here you are again about parents 1,2,3,4,5, etc. I, for example, have something to write to you, but I already wrote about my attitude 10 times — I just don’t want it anymore, don’t parrot .. all the same, everyone has already passed and the bills on the basis of the new constitution, for which they didn’t even vote, are already being submitted to I think ..
            1. tagil 24 May 2020 18: 18 New
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              Sorry if I offended .. But it’s been discussed 10 times already .. Perhaps it’s true - you haven’t come across any topics .. and described and disassembled and justified your positions, etc.
              Sorry and you for the harshness. I also read all these topics, but sometimes they break through. Just a person justifies his refusal to vote "It’s time for Putin to retire. Therefore, I personally will vote against a constitutional amendment.“He is not interested in what the Constitution will remain after Putin, and even after my and his death, and according to this Constitution, our children will live. I’m sorry again, I also don’t want to discuss this topic.
        2. Usher 28 May 2020 16: 41 New
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          Quote: 2 level advisor
          Are you a bot or have you missed all topics on VO earlier on this topic?

          Did you say that to the mirror?
          1. 2 Level Advisor 28 May 2020 17: 27 New
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            My dear man, you’ve been late for 4 days with the remark, we have already figured out everything with Sergey .. However, why am I explaining something to your boor? Peace be with you .. (Erdem - British brand female clothes) laughing
            1. Usher 4 June 2020 09: 35 New
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              Quote: 2 level advisor
              My dear man, you’ve been late for 4 days with the remark, we have already figured out everything with Sergey .. However, why am I explaining something to your boor? Peace be with you .. (Erdem - British brand female clothes) laughing

              You have a narrow horizons. Erdem is a Buryat / Mongolian / Kalmyk name.
      2. Roman123567 25 May 2020 08: 58 New
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        I forgot about animals too ..
        Without amendments, all animals will remain defenseless ..

        hi .. although, even as amended, these "animals" will soon still be pulled on the pitchfork ..
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          Somehow I’ll figure it out to whom and what to say.
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  59. AleBors 24 May 2020 08: 29 New
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    I observe the activation of Zaputinians in all networks. Apparently the money allocated for the glorification of the Darkest. They just cook it, it seems, for a slaughter. Will make extreme in all the problems that have fallen down.
  60. Campanella 24 May 2020 16: 43 New
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    20 years of emptiness is the result of a brilliant reign. The ceiling of his achievements is not great.
    1. Kuzmitsky 25 May 2020 19: 24 New
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      I’m not ready to evaluate Putin so clearly, in black and white, one-sided. "20 years of emptiness"? Do you really think that life in Russia in 2020 is no different from life in 2000?
      1. Roman123567 27 May 2020 12: 18 New
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        In 2000, I graduated from college and went to work as a fitter 3 classes at the CHP ..
        Travel by minibus 1 ruble .. First salary check - 1900 rub ..

        About 2020 you can add yourself .. and find the differences ..

        PS .. a pack of cigarettes in 2000, something in the region of 5 rubles ..
        1. Usher 28 May 2020 16: 40 New
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          Quote: Roman123567
          In 2000, I graduated from college and went to work as a fitter 3 classes at the CHP ..
          Travel by minibus 1 ruble .. First salary check - 1900 rub ..

          About 2020 you can add yourself .. and find the differences ..

          PS .. a pack of cigarettes in 2000, something in the region of 5 rubles ..

          Where was that? You seem a nonsense))) The fare was from 5 to 7 rubles. A pack of cigarettes cost 12-17 rubles, normal type LM or Winston or West. I don’t know which prima you smoked for 5 rubles. Piece cigarettes were more expensive.
      2. Campanella 28 May 2020 14: 01 New
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        Of course, it’s different, but how much has Putin done? Western technology, Western intellectual product, and what is our contribution? Hydrocarbons?
  61. steelmaker 26 May 2020 10: 05 New
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    And why do you compare with 2000? But because there’s nothing more to compare with !!!
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