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Knock out an apartment for border guard Eremeev

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Knock out an apartment for border guard Eremeev

It was almost 40 years ago



I remember exactly that this история occurred in the late 80s of the last century. The fact that by a miracle the surviving machine gunner of the 9th outpost of the 17th Red Banner Brest border detachment Grigory Terentyevich Eremeev lives in the south of Kyrgyzstan, I learned from the legendary book of Sergei Smirnov "Brest Fortress".


Meticulous Sergei Sergeevich wrote that Eremeev now lives in the mining town of Kyzyl-Kiya (pictured). He was one of those who first accepted the battle, and in Kyzyl-Kia he worked first as a teacher, and then as a director of an evening school.

After a hard, exhausting ten-year work, Smirnov, as you know, published his epoch-making and courageous novel in the mid-sixties. He was awarded the Lenin Prize. But the malicious envious people could not sit idly by.

Slander was rushed that individual characters of the impregnable citadel turned out to be fictional, and Smirnov was forced to defend both his found living heroes and the masterpiece of literary creation as a whole. But then the worst thing happened for any writer.

In one of the publishing houses, the thousands of copies of the Brest Fortress are completely destroyed. To return the novel to work, the writer receives proposals for a significant alteration of the book and the removal of individual chapters. And the forces of the front-line writer were already at their limit: an incurable disease was developing.


All together served as a kind of trigger for his imminent death. And it happened one day. And with the death of Sergei Sergeevich, a sticky veil of opal plunged into oblivion and his immortal book for almost twenty years. They remained only in libraries - they were not removed and banned. It was then for the next anniversary of the Victory that I took the volume of "Brest Fortress".

Homeland sentries do not sleep


Then I happened to serve in the editorial office of the newspaper "Hourly Rodina" of the Red Banner Eastern Border District in Alma-Ata. Our publication was unique in its own way, fighting, and even the authors were paid good fees. So many venerable Moscow frontier writers often sent their works, which were published from issue to issue.


After reading the chapter "Border Guards" in the book by S. S. Smirnov (pictured), I immediately involuntarily caught hold of the very same lines about the defender of the Brest stronghold Grigory Eremeev. After all, Kyzyl-Kiya is located at a distance of just over five hundred kilometers from Almaty. First, by plane to Osh and a little more by bus, and you are already in a mining town.

With the thought of making material for the Victory Day about the legendary and miraculously surviving border guard of the Brest Fortress, I went to the editor-in-chief Pyotr Mashkovts. One cannot but pay tribute to the editor-in-chief: he was anxious about the Brest border fighters, who were among the first to meet the enemy on the western borders.

By that time, much was known for certain about how courageously and selflessly the soldiers of the outpost of Andrei Kizhevatov behaved in those battles. But it was very tempting to hear some individual details of the deadly battles with the Nazis firsthand. The chief agreed, and so I went on a business trip.

It turned out to be quite simple to find Grigory Terentyevich in Kyzyl-Kiya. I didn’t know his address, but there was a city military registration and enlistment office where I was received by the military commissar. I listened, and soon I was already walking along one of the city streets, heading to the veteran of Brest. This is his house and the entrance.

I go up to the second floor, the apartment is on the right. I press the bell button, and on the threshold is a pretty woman, Eremeev's wife, and he himself was not at home then. I introduce myself - and we sat for a long time in a small room, drinking tea, then Grigory Terentyevich came. We talked with him for several hours.


This is how I learned about the first battles in the border Brest Fortress and the defense of the Terespol Gate. It became known to me for certain how Grigory saved the family of the head of the 9th outpost, Lieutenant Kizhevatov, and destroyed a large group of invaders from his machine gun, going to their rear.

The border guards still held out for several days, and on June 26, Grigory, along with machine gunner Danilov, left on the orders of the outpost commander in order to get to their own and report the tragedy. They left without weapons and with torn green buttonholes.

Both in captivity and in battle - shoulder to shoulder


The Nazis, faced with the heroism and courage of the brave defenders of the border, endured fear and therefore, embittered, immediately shot them upon capture. Soon the border guards were ambushed and captured. They were taken with other soldiers of the Red Army in cattle carriages, not allowing them to sit down or lie down.

They all stood silently, shoulder to shoulder. There were many, hundreds, thousands of them ... Eremeev ended up in the Demblin concentration camp, located about a hundred kilometers southeast of Warsaw. Fascist Stalag 307 was located from 1941 to 1944 in the Demblin Fortress and several neighboring forts. Together with Eremeev, about 150 thousand Soviet prisoners of war passed through the camp gates.


Their conditions of detention were bestial: many were housed in the open air or in barracks, where the prisoners slept on the bare stone floor. Almost their only food product was bread made from wood flour, ground straw and grass.

In the fall of 1941 and in the winter of the following year, more than 500 people were killed in the camp almost every day. The Nazis preferred, having fun, to finish off the weak and exhausted, and also staged mass executions for the slightest alleged offense.

With the onset of the spring of 1942, the prisoners were forced to eat the green grass that had just hatched. Sick and wounded prisoners were given fatal injections by the Nazis and then disposed of in mass graves.

All this is damn tired of Eremeev. With a group of prisoners of war, he makes an attempt to escape. It turned out to be unsuccessful, they were handed over by their own pitiful Red Army soldier, to whom the fascist henchmen promised an extra ration of bread and better conditions of detention.

Grigory Terentyevich was beaten for a long time, kept in a punishment cell, more than once taken to be shot. Usually, the guards fired one round over the heads of the prisoners and they were again taken to the barracks, or thrown there in the middle of the camp. But at the same time they chose one or two of the prisoners and finished them off with a shot at point-blank range. Who exactly would have to be shot this time - no one knew. Such was the intimidation and amusement of the fascists.


This did not break Eremeev. After a while, he again runs with his comrades. But a handful of prisoners did not manage to stay free for a long time. The SS men caught them one by one, then hounded them with dogs. The heavily bitten prisoners had to heal lacerated wounds for a long time.

They festered, did not drag on, it is clear that no one was going to provide anyone with bandages or medicines. There were several more mass escapes in the camp. And in each group there was certainly a border guard Eremeev from the Brest citadel.

In 1943, prisoners began to be transported to Italian concentration camps, and so Eremeev ended up in Italy. It seems that the conditions of detention in the camp are better, but at the first opportunity the border guard left for an escape. This time it turned out to be successful.


In a partisan detachment in Yugoslavia. Eremeev - third from the left in the first row

So Grigory Terentyevich ended up in the ninth Yugoslav corps, where he fought in the Russian partisan brigade with the same, like him, who were captured by Soviet soldiers.

«I'm a machine gunner", - said Eremeev. He was first given the English manual Bren Mk1, and then the weapons of his enemies. With this impeccable captured MG-42, popularly nicknamed the "brush cutter", he deftly and fearlessly smashed the Nazis and their accomplices in the mountains. With battles and fellow partisans, being already a platoon commander, Eremeev reached Trieste. There the war ended for him.

Long way home


Returning to the Soviet Union was not easy. He, as a former prisoner of war, had to go through this difficult path for him through interrogations, humiliation, bullying. Eremeev was probably already in the Soviet camp. So they did then with many who had been at least once in Nazi captivity.

Even though he repeatedly escaped from the death camps and ended the war in the partisan Yugoslav corps, Eremeev did not return to Buguruslan. On the checkpoints, changing trains and carefully covering the traces of his short stay at the stations, he decided to retire to the Kyrgyz town of Kyzyl-Kiya.

In this quiet and peaceful place, where the whole life of the people around him at that time was associated with coal mining, Eremeev began to teach. Soon he met his future wife, Maria Timofeevna. They got married, but never found children. All male Eremeev was recaptured by the Nazis in the camps. But somehow it didn't work out in another way.

They had a small house on the outskirts of the city. But Grigory Terentyevich's health was severely undermined in the death camps, he was often ill, and the doctors advised him to move closer to the sea. They left for Anapa, lived for a year or two, but the veteran did not get better, and decided to return again.

- Have you found a new home? I asked.

- No, - said to me, looking down, Eremeev was already at dinner. We all ate food in the same room, not in the kitchen. At first I did not attach any importance to this, and now it began to dawn on me, but whose real living space is it?

“The apartment of our friends,” Maria Timofeevna said with a sadness in her voice. - And we rent one room from them. We have been living here for several years. True, we are standing in line, they promise to give us a separate house sometime.

Apartment for a veteran


After lunch, we talked for a long time, and at some moment Grigory Terentyevich said that he decided to write a book about his life and his experiences. As Sergei Sergeevich Smirnov - this he especially emphasized then.

So far, nothing has been possible - to fill only a few dozen sheets of yellow newsprint with text. He showed them to me. I took the pages, reading the typed lines. After a few sheets, the manuscript took on a different look - they wrote with a fountain pen. But the handwriting was elegant, almost calligraphic, and most importantly, it was readable with pleasure.


“Let's publish it in our border newspaper,” I said at some moment, looking up from reading. Grigory Terentyevich looked at me inquiringly, then smiled and said:

- Okay, just the first chapter so far, if you don't mind, I have a second copy. The rest will be sent by mail later.

He gave me several carbon-copy pages. We exchanged addresses, and, saying goodbye, I left, hurrying to get to the bus station before dark and leave for Osh.

When we were passing by the building of the city executive committee, I was suddenly struck by the idea to come in and find out about the progress of the queue for an apartment for a veteran. Somehow the fact that the hero-border guard of Brest was taking a corner from his acquaintances did not fit into my mind at all.

I was received by a high boss. He was very surprised that a business trip had thrown me, a border guard officer, into their city. I looked at him and all over it felt that as a correspondent for the district newspaper, I couldn’t imagine anything for his level of authority. He's just doing me a favor.

When I started talking about Eremeev, he said that he was aware of this issue, and Grigory Terentyevich would definitely get an apartment. When - he did not say, but then for some reason I heard that very soon.

Already saying goodbye and shaking his outstretched hand, I said that after the veteran found a home, I would try to tell about this in detail not only on the pages of the district newspaper, but also in the regional and republican Kyrgyz newspapers, as well as in Izvestia.

I saw the sparkle in his eyes


At that very moment, the official's eyes flashed with joy. It seemed to me that I had found the very point when a few lines in an all-Union newspaper would help him, an ordinary city boss, find a significant flight in the further advancement of the career ladder.

I left. Soon the first chapter from the veteran's book was published in the "Homeland Watch". A few days later, a letter arrived at the editorial office. Eremeev reported that almost the next day, officials of all stripes unexpectedly came to him and began to helpfully talk and offer different options for apartments.


Only all of them, as it turned out later, were completely unsuitable for normal living. Either a room in a lopsided barrack and with a toilet almost a kilometer away, or an apartment that no repairs will be able to put in order.

“This is how they wiped their feet on me. At some point I felt myself on the camp ground and they were already taking me to execution. "

Grigory Terentyevich wrote nervously, every now and then mentioning why I came to his city, and also visited the city executive committee.

I immediately showed the letter to the editor-in-chief. We examined the situation, and it was decided to go on a business trip again to find out thoroughly on the spot how it is possible to humiliate the defender of the Brest Fortress. And also give Eremeev several copies of the district newspaper with its first publication.

I went straight from the bus station to the city executive committee. And immediately to the already familiar office to the chief. He was just dumbfounded when he saw me. Without further ado, he went into the waiting room and soon appeared with a piece of paper. As it turned out, this was a list of all the participants of the Great Patriotic War, living in the city and in need of housing. Eremeev's surname was on the list, as I remember now - 48.

We are waiting for housewarming


Then an impartial conversation began. No, we did not swear, but each one proved his own: he - that for him all veterans are the same, I - that the war, if he remembers, began with the Brest Fortress.

Every now and then we raised our voices to each other. I then told him a lot about the border guard Eremeev: what he had to endure in the dungeons of concentration camps, about his daring escapes and brave forays into the camp of enemies.

My arguments, as it turned out, could not bring the necessary dividends. Then I had to throw out my trump card - let the whole country know about such a boorish attitude towards the hero of Brest. And there will be, there will certainly be publications in the newspapers Pravda and Izvestia.

And that was enough. No wonder - then the officials were afraid of the printed word like the devil of incense, which today is hard to believe. Now: write, do not write - you will surprise very few people.

As I left, I handed the official several typewritten pages with the text of a future article. It is clear that it was a copy. And the original will go to the editorial office in a day or two. So I promised him.

Absolutely not admitting to himself that he had just switched to ordinary blackmail in his office, reached the house where a veteran border guard rented a room in one of the apartments and with difficulty pushed several copies of the district newspaper into the narrow slot of the mailbox. Then he left.

He did not meet with Eremeev. What could I tell him then, except that I was helpless to make a helpless gesture. Only a week passed and a telegram from a married couple of the Eremeevs unexpectedly arrived at the editorial office.

“We are waiting for you on Saturday for housewarming. Thank you so much. Sorry what is wrong. "

I went to the editor-in-chief. This time Pyotr Dmitrievich only smiled and said:

“You have done the main thing. The Eremeevs got an apartment. So go and work. "

Grigory Terentyevich sent separate chapters from the future book to the editor for some time. They were printed and all published numbers of newspapers with publications were sent to the veteran of Brest. Sometimes, on especially significant days, we also began to exchange greeting cards. It was so at that time.

Just a year later


A little over a year later, I happened to work on a business trip in the Osh border detachment. Together with the head of the political department, Major Sergei Merkotun, we went to the outposts and one day our UAZ was at a fork in the road, one of which led to the city of Kyzyl-Kiya.

“Let's go to the veteran of the Brest Fortress, see how he lives,” I suggested to the head of the political department.

Sergei Andreevich did not object. We quickly reached the city, found a street, a house, and went up to the second floor. Here is the apartment of the hero-border guard.

The door was opened for us, as on my first visit, Maria Timofeevna. Her amazement and delight knew no bounds. Grigory Terentyevich was in the hospital, old wounds and the experience made themselves felt. To tell the truth, we were all together happy about the new two-room apartment, the pleasant atmosphere, but we didn't stay long - the service. Unless we drank tea on the way and talked.

Many years later, I learned that the Eremeevs, after the collapse of the Soviet Union, moved to the city of Buguruslan. It is likely that they were able to sell that apartment, well, good.

The legendary border guard Eremeev left us in 1998 and was buried in the village of Alpayevo, Buguruslan district, Orenburg region. In the last days before leaving for immortality, he was often seen in the garden under a spreading apple tree.

At the same time, he always held in his hands his literary work of life - the book "They defended the Motherland." It is hardly possible to find it now, except perhaps with relatives - Buguruslanians.

Such is the unusual fate of Grigory Terentyevich Eremeev - a great man who went through the first battles on the border, survived the horror and abomination of the fascist death camps, fought, forgotten and rediscovered to the whole world as a hero of Brest by the writer Sergei Sergeevich Smirnov.

Once I happened to help him. Knocked out an apartment thanks to an ordinary printed word. And I'm proud of that! Although that article about boorish officials remained unpublished.
Author:
Photos used:
wikipedia.org, from the author's archive, from the archive of the Eremeev family
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  1. out of habit
    out of habit 16 May 2021 04: 51
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    It looks like the article is also written in "Children's Literature". In the same childish language. The stories about the pioneer heroes were even remembered.
  2. avia12005
    avia12005 16 May 2021 05: 36
    +1
    Officials without a whip always remain bureaucrats in any system.
    1. mat-vey
      mat-vey 16 May 2021 05: 38
      +3
      Quote: avia12005
      Officials without a whip always remain bureaucrats in any system.

      So even Lenin wrote that you have to use the officials inherited from the old times and from them more harm than from Wrangel ...
      1. Phil77
        Phil77 16 May 2021 06: 37
        -3
        And ???? What has changed? Wrangel is no longer there. Putin is there. How? Norma? laughing
        But * Crimea is ours! *, I do not argue with that. But ..... the whole world is at war with us. Allies. Friends. Do we have? Yes. Look at Moscow, continuous Central Asia. Do you want this?
        1. mat-vey
          mat-vey 16 May 2021 06: 47
          +3
          Quote: Phil77
          And ???? What has changed? Wrangel is no longer there. Putin is there. How? Norma? laughing
          But * Crimea is ours! *, I do not argue with that. But ..... the whole world is at war with us. Allies. Friends. Do we have? Yes. Look at Moscow, continuous Central Asia. Do you want this?

          What do you want? What would a person's consciousness change with a switch? What would the past of society be changed by a decree? What would opportunists put themselves against the wall?
          1. Phil77
            Phil77 16 May 2021 06: 54
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            Look at Moscow! Continuous Central Asia! Tomorrow? The future of all cities! The day after tomorrow? The future of Russia. Is this what we need?!?!? Putin is leading to this!
            1. mat-vey
              mat-vey 16 May 2021 06: 59
              +3
              Quote: Phil77
              Look at Moscow! Continuous Central Asia! Tomorrow? The future of all cities! The day after tomorrow? The future of Russia. Is this what we need?!?!? Putin is leading to this!

              Have you read the article? What has Putin to do with it?
        2. Phil77
          Phil77 16 May 2021 06: 47
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          My friend, what do I want? Yes, elementary! I want Russia for its peoples! But not aliens! That's it!
          1. mat-vey
            mat-vey 16 May 2021 06: 54
            +1
            Quote: Phil77
            My friend, what do I want? Yes, elementary! I want Russia for its peoples! But not aliens! That's it!

            And the Soviet Union for its peoples means something does not suit you?
            1. Phil77
              Phil77 16 May 2021 06: 57
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              Buddy, have you seen a lot of representatives of * small peoples * in Russia?
              1. mat-vey
                mat-vey 16 May 2021 07: 00
                +2
                Quote: Phil77
                Buddy, have you seen a lot of representatives of * small peoples * in Russia?

                How many nations do you need, or how many representatives of each? So I didn’t think .. You are now discussing an article or?
                1. Phil77
                  Phil77 16 May 2021 07: 04
                  +1
                  Would you like to argue?
                  1. mat-vey
                    mat-vey 16 May 2021 07: 05
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                    Quote: Phil77
                    Do you want to argue?

                    About what?
                  2. Doctor
                    Doctor 16 May 2021 08: 32
                    +2
                    Would you like to argue?

                    Phil.
                    It makes no sense.
                    Man has lost his roots. request
                    1. mat-vey
                      mat-vey 16 May 2021 08: 43
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                      Quote: Arzt
                      Man has lost his roots.

                      Well, can you tell us about what he is "arguing"? But somehow it didn’t sound - why Putin didn’t give Eremeev an apartment? As the Russian proverb says - "Whoever hurts, he talks about it" ... you can't live ... it sounds everywhere ...
            2. Phil77
              Phil77 16 May 2021 07: 06
              +1
              The Soviet Union in each republic was building an important, but OWN enterprise.
              1. mat-vey
                mat-vey 16 May 2021 07: 11
                +2
                Quote: Phil77
                The Soviet Union in each republic was building an important, but OWN enterprise.

                And how do you think it relates to the topic of opportunistic officials and modern "national" politics?
                Do you even know that the third task there was without which communism could not be built?
                1. Phil77
                  Phil77 16 May 2021 07: 17
                  +1
                  Buddy; Did you live in the Union? In order to ask this question?
                  1. mat-vey
                    mat-vey 16 May 2021 07: 20
                    +3
                    Quote: Phil77
                    Buddy; Did you live in the Union? In order to ask this question?

                    Imagine I passed exams in the History of the CPSU, Scientific Communism and Philosophy .. and there were very good teachers everywhere - except for Political Eonomy ..
                    1. Phil77
                      Phil77 16 May 2021 07: 23
                      +1
                      Controversial. Alas No. Controversial.
                      1. mat-vey
                        mat-vey 16 May 2021 07: 26
                        +3
                        Quote: Phil77
                        Controversial. Alas No. Controversial.

                        What's controversial? That society cannot be re-educated overnight?
                      2. Phil77
                        Phil77 16 May 2021 07: 28
                        +1
                        Gryy! This was not possible for the great philosophers of the past. Where are we, sinners.
                      3. mat-vey
                        mat-vey 16 May 2021 07: 31
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                        Quote: Phil77
                        Gryy! This was not possible for the great philosophers of the past. Where are we, sinners.

                        Well, you make claims as an impatient little child ... And yes, philosophers do not re-educate - they show the way ..
                      4. Phil77
                        Phil77 16 May 2021 07: 34
                        +1
                        Always loyal?
                      5. mat-vey
                        mat-vey 16 May 2021 07: 38
                        +2
                        Quote: Phil77
                        Always loyal?

                        I always try to see the world scientifically ... And I don't jump from one time to another in a time machine ..
                        And you will live a couple of thousand years and then you will understand the right path or not the right one ...
                  2. 3x3zsave
                    3x3zsave 16 May 2021 07: 33
                    +2
                    Hello, Sergey! hi
                    Why did you start up early in the morning?
                  3. Phil77
                    Phil77 16 May 2021 07: 39
                    +2
                    Hi Anton, I don’t know myself. Pur Kupa, how is your Boyarsky moving.
                  4. 3x3zsave
                    3x3zsave 16 May 2021 07: 58
                    +1
                    your Boyarsky
                    Which the? Senior or Junior? I think the word of the youngest in this city will be a rake.
  • Hagen
    Hagen 16 May 2021 13: 07
    +2
    Quote: avia12005
    Officials without a whip always remain bureaucrats in any system.

    Interestingly, those 47 war veterans, whom the former and honored border guard bypassed, thanks to the intervention of a blackmailer reporter, were willing to let him go ahead of them? Or someone, having considered the situation, decided that he was more deserved than those who remained waiting for their apartments? I don't think anyone can answer such questions. Now let us recall the nostalgists for the USSR and admit that the system of free distribution of apartments was still not very perfect. Quite simply, the construction industry has not been able to keep up with the needs of the people in terms of both quantity and quality. And there were quite a lot of those who were waiting and not waiting for their corner in the USSR. It is very easy to threaten an official with a whip, it is more difficult to give him a resource so that he can legally fulfill his duties and meet the needs of the population under his care in accordance with the law, and not “mussing on the sly”, divide the near-zero resource among everyone. The official is not Jesus, and he will not feed the multitude of the population with five loaves of bread and two fish. He is limited in his work by legal means. Any manifestation of "humanity" on the part of an official is money that the official does not have. At the same time, of course, he is obliged to carry out his work to take into account the wishes of the population, develop programs for their implementation, protect them before the budgetary distribution body and prudently use the allocated funds, as carefully and efficiently as possible.
  • nikvic46
    nikvic46 16 May 2021 06: 04
    +3
    Many thanks to the author for not remaining indifferent to the fate of this interesting person.
  • Olgovich
    Olgovich 16 May 2021 06: 26
    +4
    for this veteran there was a correspondent, but for how many - no ...

    By the way, the author included the notorious administrative resource: who said that the remaining 47 veterans from the queue for housing were less heroic?

    Those. Eremeev received an apartment, and somebody, standing in the legal queue much longer than him, again not.

    It is a pity that the correspondent did not come to him, to hear what he has to say ...
  • Gardamir
    Gardamir 16 May 2021 07: 35
    +1
    It is interesting how many border guards are now given apartments. Again an article about the evil scoop.
    1. Aviator_
      Aviator_ 16 May 2021 08: 02
      +2
      Again an article about the evil scoop.

      He, as a former prisoner of war, had to go through this difficult path for him through interrogations, humiliation, bullying. Eremeev was probably already in the Soviet camp. So they did then with many who had been at least once in Nazi captivity.

      Not only about this, but also about the fact that those who were in captivity were subjected to repressions in the USSR, so I had to go to Kyrgyzstan. A classic stamp of the second half of the 80s.
      1. mat-vey
        mat-vey 16 May 2021 08: 07
        +1
        Quote: Aviator_
        Not only about this, but also about the fact that those who were in captivity were subjected to repressions in the USSR, so I had to go to Kyrgyzstan. A classic stamp of the second half of the 80s.

        And my grandfather had to move to Kazakhstan, although it seems that he was not in captivity .. The doctors strongly advised me to change the climate in the tank ...
  • north 2
    north 2 16 May 2021 07: 52
    +2
    Quote: Phil77
    And ???? What has changed? Wrangel is no longer there. Putin is there. How? Norma? laughing
    But * Crimea is ours! *, I do not argue with that. But ..... the whole world is at war with us. Allies. Friends. Do we have? Yes. Look at Moscow, continuous Central Asia. Do you want this?

    Don't pretend! The phrase, "But" Crimea is ours ", you pronounce with sarcasm, with a mockery. Yesterday on television in Galkin's program, Stas Namin was more original and uttered ... So all the liberalism at the table in the studio lit up with happiness and applause fell in its territory of primordially Russian lands, so the loneliness of the state is a sign of true independence and independence ...
    1. Phil77
      Phil77 16 May 2021 09: 23
      +1
      Yes! One more time. Question: Do we have allied friends? ¿???
      1. Phil77
        Phil77 16 May 2021 09: 26
        0
        Understand, we are alone
        !!! those, and this ... Glory to Putin! Question? Yes?
      2. ANB
        ANB 16 May 2021 17: 46
        -1
        ... Yes! One more time. Question: Do we have allied friends? ¿???

        What is your option, how to fix it?
        Just take into account that from the financial resources you only have taxes, of which you need to support the Armed Forces, officials, teachers and pay compulsory medical insurance. Everything else is private.
        And yes, if you cut salaries to the top in state monopolies (which is welcome), you can save another billion rubles. Termination of sponsoring sports clubs will give more.
        What are your actions in the president's place?
        PS. At one time in Kamchatka, the old governor got everyone so bad that they elected the communist Mashkovtsev.
        Yes, there is more order, but, as he himself admitted, you can't jump over your head. I did what I could.
    2. Gardamir
      Gardamir 16 May 2021 09: 45
      -1
      Aren't you confusing Russia with their excellencies?
    3. Phil77
      Phil77 16 May 2021 11: 35
      +1
      What values? Name, eh? What? What do we have, now living in a country called Russia?
      I repeat, but it was the grandfathers who had the right to call themselves Winners, it was the grandfathers who had the right to EVERYTHING! WE? Huh? Name yourself what we did with the Victory Day of our Grandfathers!
      1. Phil77
        Phil77 16 May 2021 11: 45
        +1
        We are generally not in the right. For ... lumpen. Bitter ... but ... think for yourself.
        1. Phil77
          Phil77 16 May 2021 11: 52
          +1
          This question EVERYONE should ask himself! And what did you do? Me? There is no answer? And you?
          1. Andrey VOV
            Andrey VOV 16 May 2021 18: 31
            0
            And what, in Moscow, residents of the former southern republics appeared only under Putin ???? and not only in Moscow? But what, we used to have friends and allies? As such friends say for one place in the museum
            1. Phil77
              Phil77 17 May 2021 16: 08
              0
              Believe it or not, but yes, in such an incredible amount, yes, under Putin.
              1. Andrey VOV
                Andrey VOV 17 May 2021 17: 38
                0
                I am sure you are wrong ... as soon as everything collapsed in 91, so the exodus and arrival of the southern republics, even Afghans, when Najibullah fell ... easier
    4. out of habit
      out of habit 16 May 2021 11: 37
      +1
      north, your interpretation of independence is original, but I liked it!
  • Runway
    Runway 16 May 2021 11: 56
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    Author, as a KVPO veteran, tell us about the friendship between Tanarykov and Buzubaev ... laughing
    About how Nikolai Filippovich stepped from the tower, about Goga Panfilovsky, about the heroes of the warlords from Onopko introduced to the "Aist" ...