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Why Belarus does not need a "democracy inoculation"

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This is not Kiev for you


Once again we have to pay tribute to the Belarusian leader. How, for decades, Lukashenka has managed to balance on the brink, or rather, on many edges at once, no one seems to be able to understand.

The 2013 scenario that worked in Kiev did not work either in Minsk or on the periphery of Belarus. And this is after several months with strikes, rallies, and harsh measures by the security forces. Alexander Lukashenko is still the President of the Republic of Belarus, although he is by no means recognized by everyone in the world.

Why Belarus does not need a "democracy inoculation"
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They write about him, write a lot, and almost all non-Belarusian press - in a not very positive way. “Not our daddy” or “The last dictator” are, perhaps, the softest epithets addressed to the president of the union republic.

There are too many now those who are not the largest, both in terms of population and area, the republic with all their might, either pulled to Europe, or pushed into the arms of Russia. The old man, by all indications, would like to leave so that everything after him remains as it is.

Without oligarchy, without corruption, at least for the sake of appearance, without "false" democracy for the elite, and without a pandemic, although somehow it did not work out with the latter. It has leaked, and no special forces will help here. We have to do something, although it seems that the most effective - the Chinese approach - has been taken into service.

But that's not the point. Why did political aggravation happen in a quiet, even apathetic Belarus precisely in a pandemic year? This question is, of course, rhetorical. Yes, 2020 turned out to be an elective year, the same Donald Trump did not manage to survive it in the White House. And the "dad" survived, although he almost fell over the same line.

On the role of personality in history


Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy is the one who would have taken the full advantage of the Belarusian president. His personalities, capable of manipulating the masses, seemed to simply infuriate. Especially one French, or rather a Corsican personality, who passed away exactly 200 years ago on the island of Saint Helena.


Source: politanalitika.ru

Although Lukashenka is certainly no Napoleon Bonaparte, he also “prescribed” something like prosperity to his people. Without wars, without expansion to Europe, or, do not consider it nonsense - to Russia, where many people sleep and see how our guarantor can "instill" something from the father.

In general, the situation with "vaccinations" is very strange. Everyone should be vaccinated promptly from covid, but the battle for vaccines is increasingly reminiscent of the realities of the two world wars. What is even worth the stubbornness of the United States and "almost united" Europe in relation to the Russian Sputnik V.

Moreover, civilized partners, who, of course, have “their own” vaccines with an extremely high 60 percent efficiency, with the blessing of the World Health Organization, are pushing back. But no pandemic at the same time prevents many from actively engaging in "political vaccination".

Respectable scientists and reputable experts have already noticed how aggravated all political contradictions are in the pandemic year. The authors of the latest collection “Year of the Planet”, published recently at the Primakov Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO), called it the main paradox of 2020.

The difference is not in words, but in deeds


One of the articles of the academic yearbook, written by the candidates of political sciences Elena Kuzmina and Eduard Solovyov, received a rather risky, in my opinion, title - "Belarus: the beginning of political transition?"

Criticizing the Belarusian elite, that is, in fact, Alexander Lukashenko personally, for excessive pragmatism towards the Union State, and even the inhibition of integration, the authors nevertheless recognize a strong economic basis for cooperation between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus.

The article does not indicate a direct connection between the well-known events of 2020 and the slide of the Belarusian economy into recession. The pandemic in this regard is a much more significant factor, but with it, Belarus, according to data from the academic collection, lost only 0,9 percent in GDP - few in the world have significantly better indicators.

The authors cite rather alarming data on the growth of the debt burden on the budget of Belarus, and also cite statistics on who and how much loaned the country, starting with Russian banks and ending with the placement of bonds in foreign markets. By the way, they have always tried not to do the latter in Belarus.

But in the end, even taking into account the growth of the national debt by 2,6 percent to $ 17,6 billion, it now barely exceeds a quarter of Belarus' annual GDP, which is estimated by Kuzmina and Solovyov from IMEMO at $ 60,37 billion. At the same time, their final conclusion regarding the economy of the union republic turns out to be quite reasonable and balanced:

“As a result of measures to support the Belarusian financial system by the Russian Federation, it was possible to minimize the crisis in the economy of Belarus.”


Photo: BelTA

What is the Export Revolution?


The pandemic year has sharply exacerbated in all politicians from Belarus an old but controlled disease for many years - Russophobia. Lukashenka’s opponents didn’t even suffer from it; rather, they recruited means of subsistence at her expense, it must be admitted that it was by no means comfortable.

And not only, they also recruited political whists, but mostly not inside the country, but outside it. But the Belarusian leader, clearly realizing that this would help him stay in power, in the year of either the fifth or the sixth elections for himself, went for something that he simply did not allow himself before.

So, in 2020, the "dad" suddenly sharply tightened anti-Russian rhetoric. No, something like this has happened before. Kuzmina and Solovyov recalled how in 2015 Lukashenko was not the first time to smash his older neighbor for excesses in the policy of exporting oil and gas, and at the same time, for some reason, made a reservation about the construction of a Russian airbase in Belarus.

Alexander Grigorievich was reminded in a timely manner that he had personally sanctioned this decision, that you cannot refuse the base, but the sediment remained, and the elections were won. Then almost no problem. The pandemic year was not without problems, although the export of another "color" revolution this time failed.

Continuing the topic of anti-Russian rhetoric, experts who run the sector and the Center for Post-Soviet Studies at IMEMO note that earlier it mainly affected the Russian business elite, or the "liberal get-together" in power. But in 2020, literally everyone got to the full from Lukashenka.

On my own I would add - if only with the exception of the Russian people themselves, more precisely - “all Russians” to whom Lukashenka never ceases to confess his love and ... sympathy. And Belarus, according to the concept adopted in the country back in 2014, in connection with Crimea and Donbass, is a “security donor”.

Yes, the task of Belarus today, as both the Belarusian leader and his political opponents reiterate, is to be a kind of bridge, acting as a mediator in the settlement of conflicts. The bridge, we admit, is not very reliable, but even if so, then what role do all Belarusian politicians assign to “union” Russia?
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  1. The leader of the Redskins
    The leader of the Redskins 23 May 2021 05: 41
    +26
    Something the author "mixed" in the article. Okay, Belarus and Lukashenko ... But he also added the vaccine against covid there, and dragged the Maidan in Kiev (although it was immediately obvious that these were different performances), and Tolstoy and Napoleon, somehow awkwardly added ...
    In general, it reads "not very" ....
    1. Anachoret
      Anachoret 23 May 2021 07: 47
      +8
      well, yes) some kind of porridge turned out really)
      vaccination against covid is important, but some have been vaccinated politically) what Lev Nikolayich Tolstoy would be very angry with) Napoleon or not Napoleon, but Lukashenka)
  2. parusnik
    parusnik 23 May 2021 06: 22
    +17
    Some kind of okroshka, the title does not correspond to the text ..
  3. Andrei Nikolaevich
    Andrei Nikolaevich 23 May 2021 07: 03
    -12%
    Didn't the example of the forelock colony teach anything? It is useless to teach fools. The last 6 years on the planet there is no territory more stupid and ridiculed by all than "nezalEzhnaya".
    1. Egoza
      Egoza 23 May 2021 08: 03
      -14%
      Quote: Andrey Nikolaevich
      Didn't the example of the forelock colony teach anything? It is useless to teach fools. The last 6 years on the planet there is no territory more stupid and ridiculed by all than "nezalEzhnaya".

      Nothing surprising. Those who do not want to know anything about the state of Independence will look for those sources that cherish their rumor: "Freedom, democracy, independence, Europe, USA, URRA! They will help us with money! Just get out!" So they come out to the square and expect handouts.
      1. Andrei Nikolaevich
        Andrei Nikolaevich 23 May 2021 09: 12
        -2
        Its for, judging by our "minuses" with many on this site, forelocks stick out from the monitors. And there is a slight smell of vodka with bacon.)
        1. Egoza
          Egoza 23 May 2021 09: 25
          -9
          Quote: Andrey Nikolaevich
          for many on this site, forelocks stick out from the monitors. And there is a slight smell of vodka with bacon.)

          Well, that's how people work. Gorilka and even with lard will not be given for free
          1. Aviator_
            Aviator_ 23 May 2021 09: 38
            -9
            Gorilka and even with lard will not be given for free

            Tsibuley also smells like, the most diligent are given a bite.
            1. Reptiloid
              Reptiloid 23 May 2021 10: 21
              +8
              Quote: Aviator_
              Gorilka and even with lard will not be given for free

              Tsibuley also smells like, the most diligent are given a bite.

              In the early morning vodka, bacon, tsibulya ..... By the evening then what, wassat interesting?
              1. Aviator_
                Aviator_ 23 May 2021 14: 33
                -1
                . By the evening then what, wassat interesting?

                The same goes for an increased dose.
                1. Reptiloid
                  Reptiloid 23 May 2021 14: 50
                  +3
                  Quote: Aviator_
                  . By the evening then what, wassat interesting?

                  The same goes for an increased dose.

                  Shouted all night, drunk all day. ....
                  He was happy in the morning ...
                  lol (excerpt)
            2. Xnumx vis
              Xnumx vis 23 May 2021 12: 36
              +6
              Quote: Aviator_
              Gorilka and even with lard will not be given for free

              Tsibuley also smells like, the most diligent are given a bite.

              I don't see anything bad in good lard, rye bread, with the freshest green onion and a glass of ice vodka! Or is it no longer a simple Russian snack? Therefore, let's not find fault with this non-intricate snack.
              1. Aviator_
                Aviator_ 23 May 2021 14: 27
                -5
                Yes, I myself am not against this classics, the level of the Sumerians only surprises me.
          2. Andrei Nikolaevich
            Andrei Nikolaevich 23 May 2021 09: 49
            -3
            Well, what about the vodka with bacon, they still earn, they have not forgotten how. In extreme cases, the hopak will dance.)
          3. Reptiloid
            Reptiloid 23 May 2021 10: 17
            -2
            hi good morning Elena! laughing I think these disadvantages will soon become invisible.
        2. Torins
          Torins 23 May 2021 10: 09
          +18
          It's just that everyone is tired of reading hackneyed slogans in the comments. More meaning and constructiveness. Moreover, the topic here is not Ukrainian.
    2. Asad
      Asad 23 May 2021 10: 17
      +8
      In your opinion, Ukraine was inhabited by a completely sane population, and after the coup, they immediately became stupid not in our favor?
      1. Reptiloid
        Reptiloid 23 May 2021 14: 20
        +3
        Quote: ASAD
        In your opinion, Ukraine was inhabited by a completely sane population, and after the coup, they immediately became stupid not in our favor?

        No not like this. I often communicate with Ukrainians. As newcomers to work, and ours, who went there to visit relatives. It can be seen that some work was carried out there. ... Until 2014, it was not so obvious. Some gave in, some did not. After 2014, everything became clear. It also depends on the place of residence.
        1. Aviator_
          Aviator_ 23 May 2021 14: 29
          0
          For 30 years a new generation has grown up. There, of course, Urengoy is not there, but there are already plenty of similar Kol, and even with a Bandera in his head.
          1. Reptiloid
            Reptiloid 23 May 2021 14: 41
            -4
            ..There .. there is no Urengoy .....
            And you, Sergei, have forgotten about the great ukrov? I myself heard, it is clear from whom, the words that in Soviet history everything was incorrectly written about Ukraine, that the history of Ukraine was distorted and belittled by the Russians then and now.
            1. Aviator_
              Aviator_ 23 May 2021 15: 40
              -1
              And you, Sergei, have forgotten about the great ukrov?

              Yes, I have not forgotten, Dmitry, about them. Just tired of these inadequacies. Here I corresponded with the chosen one for 2 days, he got it from me in full (and no need to substitute), and crawled away. He works in our office, but is stupid. Until now, "Ogonyok" of 1988 is the ultimate truth.
              1. Reptiloid
                Reptiloid 23 May 2021 15: 54
                -1
                Honestly, Sergei, I am these the lights I never read it, I never even saw it, I was small then ...... and you didn't make fun of it, what, they say, was it under the USSR? Doesn't count now? I know that parents write out among other things ---Literary newspaper... ... And further----Abroad.... How many wanted to ask --- what is it? so hands did not reach
                1. Aviator_
                  Aviator_ 23 May 2021 16: 24
                  0
                  I have not read it - and it should not, unless you are going to write a study about the insanity of the late 80s. "Literaturka" at that time, of course, was perestroika, but not as much as "Ogonyok" under Korotich. By the way, this magazine has recently died. I frankly don't remember what happened in "Abroad". I just shoved the "Ogonyok" into the basement, let it be kept for future generations for edification.
                  1. Reptiloid
                    Reptiloid 23 May 2021 17: 48
                    -2
                    ....... madness of the late 80s ....
                    We must remember what films, cartoons were then ..... Probably, "The Tale of Wanderings", "Fools Die on Fridays", "My Mom's Lovers" (Poland), "Double Trap" (????), "Option "Zombies" ", ..... this is the first thought, I could be wrong ... I watched them in the 90s ..." Thieves in law ", Czech children's" Arabella ".....
                    1. Aviator_
                      Aviator_ 23 May 2021 19: 40
                      0
                      From this list I have not seen everything, "The Tale of Wanderings" - I remember, probably because of Andrei Mironov. In general, director Mitta is a classic opportunist.
          2. Gardener91
            Gardener91 23 May 2021 18: 41
            +2
            Quote: Aviator_
            For 30 years a new generation has grown up. There, of course, Urengoy is not there, but there are already plenty of similar Kol, and even with a Bandera in his head.

            The educational system and information policy of the media have raised 3 (!) Generations of those who cannot be remade in Ukraine.
      2. Aviator_
        Aviator_ 23 May 2021 14: 31
        0
        In your opinion, Ukraine was inhabited by a completely sane population, and after the coup, they immediately became stupid not in our favor?

        The sane are intimidated, the leaders of the sane are either killed or in prison, and the new generation blames us for all the troubles.
        1. Reptiloid
          Reptiloid 23 May 2021 15: 46
          +2
          Somehow I wanted to find revolutionary paintings by some Ukrainian artists on the Internet. The beginning of the last century. I have them in my book of the 60s. So I did not find it.
          1. Aviator_
            Aviator_ 23 May 2021 16: 28
            +2
            So in the Orenburg Museum of Local Lore, they completely cleaned out the whole history, starting with the Civil and ending with Brezhnev. Well, there was nothing between Pushkin's arrival in 1833 and 1991. Nothing at all. Unless Rostropovich stuck out in the city during the evacuation, even the park was named after this sluggish man.
            1. Reptiloid
              Reptiloid 23 May 2021 17: 36
              0
              Quote: Aviator_
              So in the Orenburg Museum of Local Lore, they completely cleaned out the whole history, starting with the Civil and ending with Brezhnev. Well, there was nothing between Pushkin's arrival in 1833 and 1991. Nothing at all. Unless Rostropovich stuck out in the city during the evacuation, even the park was named after this sluggish man.

              Interestingly, what did they take to their home? And in 1991 what? Has a new era shone? Democratic. And what exhibits have become? Interestingly, maybe then they want to fill the cleared gap with "horrors", gulags and so on? Nikolay2, Kolchak, Krasnov and so on ...
              1. Aviator_
                Aviator_ 23 May 2021 19: 37
                +1
                do they want to fill the cleared gap with "horrors", gulags and so on? Nikolay2, Kolchak, Krasnov and so on ...

                Enough intelligence (rather, it does not exist at all) do not put anything in the exposition at all. They are shy. On the local Orenburg historical site, I tried to give a snide comment about Ataman Dutov and the park of my childhood (Chilizhnik), now almost all of it is finally given over to elite housing (of course, on the banks of the Urals in a quiet area). The comment did not go through, most likely the site is rotten. I was on holidays in Orenburg, where one of the first monuments to Lenin (1925) was removed for the second year for the restoration of the pedestal - the planned period was six months. Still not delivered.
  4. Nyrobsky
    Nyrobsky 23 May 2021 08: 16
    +7
    Hmm, the answer to the question from the title - Why does Belarus not need a "vaccine against democracy"? - by the end of the article, the author did not disclose it. request Well, okay, now we will conjecture ourselves yes
  5. nikvic46
    nikvic46 23 May 2021 08: 30
    +2
    Belarus produces the vaccine under license from Russia. He is also working on the creation of his own vaccine. Recently he listened to the former Prime Minister of Ukraine Azarov. He was asked the question of when irreversible processes began in Ukraine. He replied that they began from the moment when Yanukovych left the country. Lukashenka does not suffer from non-recognition by other countries, like some. A strong leader. As for the youth, they are the same as us. They have lost all political orientations. Eggheads advise, how to educate young people, but many of them do not have children of their own.
    1. aleksejkabanets
      aleksejkabanets 23 May 2021 09: 16
      +18
      Quote: nikvic46
      As for the youth, they are the same as us, having lost all political orientations.

      And what "political guidelines" does TV set in the youth, and the education system? What examples are our youth educated on? On the example of the "hero of labor Rotenberg" and similar characters? The state itself makes such youth, deprived not only of "political guidelines", but also of moral principles. Further, there will be more and more “Kazan Riflemen” like in the West. And parents with a twelve-hour working day and one day off a week simply cannot, do not have time to properly educate their children.
      1. Niko
        Niko 23 May 2021 10: 25
        -13%
        Quote: aleksejkabanets
        Quote: nikvic46
        As for the youth, they are the same as us, having lost all political orientations.

        And what "political guidelines" does TV set in the youth, and the education system? What examples are our youth educated on? On the example of the "hero of labor Rotenberg" and similar characters? The state itself makes such youth, deprived not only of "political guidelines", but also of moral principles. Further, there will be more and more “Kazan Riflemen” like in the West. And parents with a twelve-hour working day and one day off a week simply cannot, do not have time to properly educate their children.

        Young people have the most correct guidelines: they want to live like a human being, and the examples of the USSR, North Korea, Vietnam, Eastern Europe, etc. teach them exactly how they DO NOT WANT to live. And the epic stories about the war that took place 75 years ago do not distract them too much.
        1. aleksejkabanets
          aleksejkabanets 23 May 2021 11: 02
          +10
          Quote: Niko
          examples of the USSR, North Korea, Vietnam, Eastern Europe

          Leaving North Korea aside, what bad can be said about life during Soviet times in Vietnam, the USSR or Eastern Europe? You don't like guaranteed employment, free medicine, free and affordable education, and a standard of living comparable to developed caps. countries? But now we live "very richly", only not all, but a pitiful bunch of thieves, privatizers and bureaucrats. It may seem strange, but in almost all of the countries listed by you, the standard of living of the population is higher than in the current Russian Federation. Take the same Serbia, real estate prices are lower, food prices are lower or the same, clothes are much cheaper, gas is more expensive, communal apartments are comparable, and salaries are much higher. And this is after the collapse of the state of Yugoslavia and NATO bombing.
          Quote: Niko
          And the epic stories about the war that took place 75 years ago do not distract them too much.

          Of course, the current popular prints about the Second World War do not inspire anyone. Not a single film about the Second World War comparable to "The Dawns Here Are Quiet" or "Only Old Men Go to Battle" has not been filmed. And they will never take it off.
          1. Niko
            Niko 23 May 2021 11: 56
            -6
            Why leave it out of parentheses? If we leave out of the brackets everything that does not fit into the picture you have invented, then of course it is easier to indulge in complacency. But I did not write about us, but about the youth. Their tales about the standard of living in the USSR, etc. you will not get through, and no new gendarmerie will stop them. They will speak English more and more than Russian, watch films not shot in Russia, and 99% of them, who are lucky enough to escape to study, to visit, to travel, will try to stay like this or otherwise, or at least they will remember this feeling -that at home they LIE, STEAL, USE
            1. aleksejkabanets
              aleksejkabanets 23 May 2021 12: 39
              +5
              Quote: Niko
              Leaving out North Korea

              Quote: Niko
              Why leave it out of parentheses?

              And I just don't know anything about her from reliable sources.
              Quote: Niko
              will remember this feeling - that at home they LIE, STEAL, USE

              Agree
            2. Xnumx vis
              Xnumx vis 23 May 2021 12: 42
              -6
              Quote: Niko
              99% of them, who are lucky enough to escape to study, visit, or travel, will try to stay one way or another,

              You overdid it, dear friend! And although, as I understand it, are you sitting somewhere in Lithuania? ! So you pour slop on everything and everyone ... Himself in the mud, which means to smear everyone with mud ... Actress damn it! am
              1. aleksejkabanets
                aleksejkabanets 23 May 2021 13: 19
                +8
                Quote: 30 vis
                And although, as I understand it, are you sitting somewhere in Lithuania? ! So you pour slop on everything and everyone ... Himself in the mud, which means to smear everyone with mud ...

                Do you have any more sane argumentation? Except how to get personal, what else can you say? By the way, the standard of living of the population in Lithuania, so unloved by you, is higher than in Russia.
                1. Xnumx vis
                  Xnumx vis 23 May 2021 15: 24
                  -5
                  Quote: aleksejkabanets
                  Except how to get personal, what else can you say? By the way, the standard of living of the population in Lithuania, so unloved by you, is higher than in Russia.

                  And here are the personalities and slops in a foreign country ... a country !? He sits in Lietuve and does not really know anything and pours mud. You are understandably .. offended. power, life is not fair in relation to you. Everyone has their own reasons for dissatisfaction, contentment, life, power .. You can understand. And the standard of living is different for everyone ... Some of them have few yachts, but some are glad that all their relatives are alive and well!
                  1. aleksejkabanets
                    aleksejkabanets 23 May 2021 17: 36
                    +2
                    Quote: 30 vis
                    And here are the personalities and slops in a foreign country

                    And despite the fact that you, dear man, instead of trying to refute your opponent, you start to get personal. Does the place of residence of your opponent somehow affect the subject of the dispute? From the fact that your opponent, according to your assumption, lives in Lithuania, will they more or less steal and lie on TV in Russia?
                    Quote: 30 vis
                    You are understandably .. offended. power, life is not fair in relation to you

                    Leave your foolish assumptions to yourself.
                    1. Xnumx vis
                      Xnumx vis 23 May 2021 19: 23
                      -5
                      Quote: aleksejkabanets
                      From the fact that your opponent, according to your assumption, lives in Lithuania, will they more or less steal and lie on TV in Russia?

                      I will answer you, so ----“It's scary to pronounce, but people see only what they want to see and hear only what they want to hear. This property of human nature holds 90% of monstrous rumors, false reputations, sacred gossip, "- (Anna Akhmatova) ... That is why a nice person - Try to look at life kinder ...
                      1. aleksejkabanets
                        aleksejkabanets 23 May 2021 19: 31
                        +3
                        Quote: 30 vis
                        Try to look at life kinder ...

                        Please tell me how this comment of yours relates to your inability (unwillingness) to reasonably respond to your opponent and to the transition to personalities?
          2. Was mammoth
            Was mammoth 23 May 2021 12: 39
            +9
            Quote: aleksejkabanets
            Of course, the current popular prints about the Second World War do not inspire anyone. Not a single film about the Second World War comparable to "The Dawns Here Are Quiet" or "Only Old Men Go to Battle" has not been filmed. And they will never take it off.

            I read a short essay about A.P. Maresyev. The same one about which B. Polevoy wrote "The Story of a Real Man". He died on May 18, 2001.
            The author writes with bitter irony that it is good that the cinematic "creative intelligentsia" did not make it to the adaptation of the story.
            I can assume that most young people have not read the book or seen a Soviet film, and many do not even know about such a person.
            1. aleksejkabanets
              aleksejkabanets 23 May 2021 13: 22
              +6
              Quote: There was a mammoth
              The author writes with bitter irony that it is good that the cinematic "creative intelligentsia" did not make it to the adaptation of the story.

              Yes, it's very good that we didn't get there.)))))
              Quote: There was a mammoth
              I can assume that most young people have not read the book or seen a Soviet film, and many do not even know about such a person.

              We do not have this book in our libraries either. I download Soviet books from the Internet and print them at home on a laser printer, by the way, it turns out much cheaper than buying in bookstores.
              1. Was mammoth
                Was mammoth 23 May 2021 13: 48
                +6
                Quote: aleksejkabanets
                I download Soviet books from the Internet and print them at home on a laser printer, by the way, it turns out much cheaper than buying in bookstores.

                Samizdat is back.
                1. aleksejkabanets
                  aleksejkabanets 23 May 2021 17: 38
                  +4
                  Quote: There was a mammoth
                  Samizdat is back.

                  The main thing is that they do not start to plant for "forbidden literature".))))
                  1. Was mammoth
                    Was mammoth 23 May 2021 18: 25
                    +3
                    Everything is possible . Platoshkin. The words.
            2. d1975
              d1975 23 May 2021 23: 06
              +3
              I'm 46, I read a book at 10, there weren't many good books, but they read a lot. The state raised us, educated us. Yes, I wanted jeans and chewing gum, but this was not the main thing, there was a stable life, it was possible to earn money, and there were excesses but why was the country broken so great? Because the government should be smart and young, mobile, creative. Until the government has honor, it will only get worse.
          3. Alexander Kopychev
            Alexander Kopychev 23 May 2021 13: 03
            +9
            Not a single film about the Second World War comparable to "The Dawns Here Are Quiet" or "Only Old Men Go to Battle" has not been filmed. And they will never take it off.

            I will add my share to your list - "In war, as in war" ... hi
        2. aleksejkabanets
          aleksejkabanets 23 May 2021 13: 31
          +4
          Quote: Niko
          Young people have the most correct guidelines: they want to live like human beings

          There is nothing wrong with "living humanly". The bad thing is that characters like Navalny explain to them "what it is to live like a human being," and when you look at "our" main "patriots", you want to bring someone to the nearest lamp post.
      2. didra
        didra 23 May 2021 10: 50
        -12%
        Enough of pushing everything onto the state!
        1. aleksejkabanets
          aleksejkabanets 23 May 2021 11: 03
          +7
          Quote: didra
          Enough of pushing everything onto the state!

          How! And please state your opinion on this issue!
          1. didra
            didra 24 May 2021 08: 23
            -1
            The upbringing or not upbringing of their own children is not connected with the employment of parents, but is associated with their moral attitudes and worldview. The state is an "instrument" and it almost always lags behind in its reactions, since it has great inertia. Yes, we delegate to the state part of our rights (for example, the right to violence), but this does not mean that the state is primary. The responsibility lies with the people. And the authorities are also part of the people and their children are just as well-fed as ours (on average). And you are always looking for the guilty on the side.
            1. aleksejkabanets
              aleksejkabanets 24 May 2021 09: 47
              -1
              Quote: didra
              Raising or not raising your own children is not related to the employment of parents ...

              Did you understand what you wrote yourself? Do you have children? Or did you have some kind of theoretical opus? I’ll tell you a secret, but it takes time to cook in order to eat.
              Quote: didra
              And the authorities are also part of the people and their children are just as well-fed as ours (on average)

              It so happens that the authorities are a cancer on the topic of the people. Regarding the children of "power", google where and how they are brought up.
              Quote: didra
              And you are always looking for the guilty on the side.

              I have never looked for the guilty on the side. I just build causal relationships.
              1. didra
                didra 24 May 2021 14: 44
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                You asked to expound, I expounded. What questions. It is rather a question of how much you yourself are able to separate your emotions from a healthy perception of life.
                1. aleksejkabanets
                  aleksejkabanets 24 May 2021 22: 23
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                  Quote: didra
                  Raising or not raising your own children is not related to the employment of parents

                  Please explain this phrase of yours. The way I understand parenting convinces me otherwise. In order to bring up children, you need free time, but I will not even list what it is spent on.
                  1. didra
                    didra 24 May 2021 23: 55
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                    Somehow all your girls dance interestingly. I mean, explain it to you, but you won't even list it. Well, okay, I will condescend to your sickness.
                    Raising a child in a family occurs primarily as a role model. In Russian speaking, by my own example. As a father and mother talk to each other, what they say about other people, how they work, how they respond to someone else's misfortune, what they eat, how they eat, etc. From this, a person is first formed. Moreover, the main educator in the family is always the father! The example of a father for children is the foundation of all life.
                    Circles, theaters and museums are the second line, although this is also important. Lack of time is NOT an excuse, since raising children is the main goal of parents !!! And this goal is quite achievable. Another question is if you are lazy, if you yell at your wife or she scolds you, if everyone owes you, neighbors are evil, you can't trust anyone, in the clinic, the blockheads shit everything, etc. Then, yes, it is difficult to grow something worthy ... This is where the state and the authorities emerge as a universal case of scapegoating.
                    1. aleksejkabanets
                      aleksejkabanets 25 May 2021 09: 02
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                      Quote: didra
                      Raising a child in a family occurs primarily as a role model ...

                      Have you personally raised many children (are you bringing up), or is that so your theoretical views on this process? As for the fact that children do not do what we tell them, but do what we do, I completely agree with you. For the rest, well, complete nonsense. Theaters and museums are secondary, of course, no one argues with this. But you need to talk to children, you need to listen to children when they tell something, that's what most of the time is spent on. Then school (it's difficult to talk about it with censorship), you need to check the day-to-day, explain the incomprehensible subject, if you want the child to achieve something, then you need to study with him additionally and this is the same time, because the FSES program is complete sucks, etc .. I have five children, four of them, of school age, all of them are in the family form of education, because the Federal State Educational Standard does not suit me at all. So I know how much time is spent on children not by hearsay. And you have to cook for this crowd every day, and this is the same time. And how will you do all this with a 12-hour working day and one day off a week?
  6. Normal
    Normal 23 May 2021 08: 35
    +15
    What is this article about ...
    Yes, about nothing.
    But father is good ...... although a little not good.
    Toughened up anti-Russian rhetoric ..... but never ceases to confess his love and sympathy for "all Russians"
    It is a safety bridge, but the bridge is not very reliable. that is, unsafe.
    I would like to leave, but went to either the fifth or the sixth elections.
    Plus to all this, Leo Tolstoy, a Corsican personality and a covid pandemic.
    In general, some kind of stream of consciousness.
  7. Igor Litvin
    Igor Litvin 23 May 2021 09: 35
    +9
    Touches about the "export of revolution" - ie. the author has no idea about the reasons for the events of 2020 and draws "information" from propaganda resources. repeat
    1. Egoza
      Egoza 23 May 2021 09: 50
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      Quote: Igor Litvin
      ... the author has no idea about the reasons for the events of 2020 and draws "information" from propaganda resources.

      And what have the propaganda resources to do with it? If you look at your "leader", sorry "leader" Tikhanovskaya, it is immediately clear who the puppeteer is! I’m already silent about how they gave her a bell in Britain, and she accepted it with gratitude! Well .... the cow was presented with a pounding on the neck, and she is glad!
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      2. aleksejkabanets
        aleksejkabanets 23 May 2021 11: 27
        +8
        Quote: Egoza
        You will look at your "leader"

        Have you tried to get accustomed to our official "leader"? What did he do from what he promised? What are his words worth? One pension reform or "Strategy 2020" is worth it.
        1. Egoza
          Egoza 23 May 2021 12: 39
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          Quote: aleksejkabanets
          Have you tried to get accustomed to our official "leader"? What did he do from what he promised? What are his words worth? One pension reform or "Strategy 2020" is worth it.

          And you write down on a piece of paper in two columns what Ukraine lost and what Belarus lost. What was built in Ukraine and what was built in Belarus. In all directions, so to speak. And maybe you will understand then why in the Ukraine in the villages they respectfully say about him: "Master! We would be like that." And I will tell you that a certain number of years ago, representatives of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine were invited to you to celebrate the anniversary jointly (with the union) of an open complex of animal husbandry and production of meat and dairy products. So our doctors of sciences then came out of the way, your milkmaids received more than our scientists. I'm not even talking about the fact that now the "naukovtsi" simply survive.
          1. aleksejkabanets
            aleksejkabanets 23 May 2021 14: 52
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            Quote: Egoza
            What was built in Ukraine and what was built in Belarus ...

            What does Ukraine have to do with it? I live in the Russian Federation and I only say that our leader is as easy on promises as characters like Navalny or Tikhonovskaya. And from real cases, only an increase in the Forbes list at the expense of "our" oligarchs.
            As for Lukashenka, yes, he did not ruin his enterprises and his agricultural works well, and not only exports grain over the hill.
          2. Hyperion
            Hyperion 23 May 2021 16: 17
            +1
            Hello. Can you tell me what was built in Belarus? That does not count under the USSR.
          3. Normal
            Normal 23 May 2021 17: 56
            +2
            As soon as there is nothing to answer an uncomfortable question in the case, so immediately Ukraine.
    2. g_ae
      g_ae 23 May 2021 14: 43
      +1
      More propaganda resources than the same Nekhta, the country for life, Belarus of the brain, Belsat, Euroradio, the same tutbay is even difficult to imagine. Naiklassicheskaya propaganda using all possible methods of information and psychological warfare and NLP. And then do not squeak "and we for sho?". In such a war, all means are good, there are no negotiations and dialogue, and there cannot be, since the slightest concession will be perceived as incredible as a manifestation of weakness. Only according to the behests of the incredible Fuhrer, a certain cuckold Tihanovsky is "tougher".
  8. Igor Litvin
    Igor Litvin 23 May 2021 09: 56
    +7
    Quote: Egoza
    Quote: Igor Litvin
    ... the author has no idea about the reasons for the events of 2020 and draws "information" from propaganda resources.

    And what have the propaganda resources to do with it? If you look at your "leader", sorry "leader" Tikhanovskaya, it is immediately clear who the puppeteer is! I’m already silent about how they gave her a bell in Britain, and she accepted it with gratitude! Well .... the cow was presented with a pounding on the neck, and she is glad!

    The influence of the emigrated Tikhanovskaya on modern events in Belarus is minimal. I remember arguing (and winning) that her calls to go on a general strike would be ignored by the people. The same happened with the actions of the regular opposition - on March 25 and April 26. But when people (I emphasize - PEOPLE!) Are deceived, and then they try to intimidate with cruelty - that's another matter, then hundreds of thousands of people take to the streets.
    1. Egoza
      Egoza 23 May 2021 12: 42
      -4
      Quote: Igor Litvin
      The influence of the emigrated Tikhanovskaya on modern events in Belarus is minimal.

      And the West is so stupid that it continues to feed, water and export it to different countries just for beautiful eyes? Or for cutlets? Or are you saying that there was no Nunland type behind your protesters?
    2. g_ae
      g_ae 23 May 2021 15: 05
      +3
      By the way, there was a message that an Athens-Vilnius flight had been planted in Minsk and a certain Roman Protasevich had been removed. If so, then very soon we will find out for the happiness of the People of which state our entire disco has become muddled. Certainly not Belarusian, which is not a secret. Styopka Putilo, as I understand it, the ice ax is shining. In war, as in war.
      1. g_ae
        g_ae 23 May 2021 15: 13
        +3
        They will be vaccinated for someone. And something "people", "people".


        The comrades will figure out what kind of "people" there is and whose state.
        If everything is really so, then you can pull the stack. There is a new addition to Tikhanovsky's company.
        1. g_ae
          g_ae 23 May 2021 15: 19
          +4
          By the way, the boy could face a firing squad. The death penalty has not been abolished in Belarus.

          But the Russians may also have questions for him. And for sure there is. Change milking someone is definitely coming.
          By the way, this is a piece of an interview, one more garbage dump never propagandistic, a certain "Nasha Nivi". Guys and girls are confidently rowing expensive tutbai.
          1. g_ae
            g_ae 23 May 2021 15: 28
            +2
            By the way, the latest news about the Athens-Vilnius flight. Photo from the cockpit.

            Somewhere I have already seen them. Definitely.
            1. g_ae
              g_ae 23 May 2021 15: 32
              +2
              By the way, a wonderful epigraph to the article.
    3. Hyperion
      Hyperion 23 May 2021 16: 18
      +3
      Today the plane landed for the blogger.
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  9. NF68
    NF68 23 May 2021 16: 17
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    Because in Belarus there is much less rot among the population than in / in Ukraine.
  10. isv000
    isv000 23 May 2021 18: 33
    +2
    We urgently need to take up the youth - here I asked one in conversation - who won the Battle of Kursk? Thought, asked again - the French or the Germans? Goonies are 28 years old ... winked
  11. Maks1995
    Maks1995 24 May 2021 09: 11
    +1
    Yes, the author mixed everything in the article.
    But about the real thing, about the socks on the benches, the oak trees on the ribs, about 81% from the air, and 40% from the distance - no, no.

    There are no reasons, no conclusions, no statistics, almost nothing ...
  12. looker-on
    looker-on 24 May 2021 16: 24
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    Quote: Hyperion
    Hello. Can you tell me what was built in Belarus? That does not count under the USSR.

    Library. Glass such)
  13. 547807955
    547807955 26 May 2021 19: 05
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    To me personally, to the stars, all these zigzags of politics. The main thing for me is the Orthodox, Slavic population. If it dies out, then, even if you resurrect all geniuses, of all times and peoples, they will not help.