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Local authorities in western Ukraine: blackout could last several weeks

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Local authorities in western Ukraine: blackout could last several weeks

In western Ukraine, emergency power outages are manifesting themselves in a number of cities and villages. The day before, without any warning from the local authorities, electricity was cut off in several districts of the city of Rivne, including the central quarters. Electric transport stopped, ATMs, shopping centers, a number of enterprises stopped working.


A similar situation is in Ivano-Frankivsk. Ruslan Martsinkiv, a protege of the Kyiv regime in this city, said that power outages in the city could be indefinite. According to the "mayor", addressed to the residents of Ivano-Frankivsk, "the blackout could last several weeks."

According to Martsinkiv, "citizens need to prepare for the worst."

Earlier in Ivano-Frankivsk, local authorities urged “to find a khatynka (house)” in the village or in the private sector, as they do not promise constant heat and water supply to apartment buildings during the winter.

Now Martsinkiv describes the situation in more detail. He points out that in multi-apartment buildings, in conditions of a shortage of electricity, water cannot be supplied above the second or third floors.

A protege of the Kyiv regime in Ivano-Frankivsk:

We decided to open fire hydrants in the city. There you will be able to collect water.

In Nikolaev, Governor Kim announced that there would be no centralized water supply in the city for at least a few weeks.

Against this background, the Ukrainian authorities declare the readiness of Western countries “to help restore the destroyed energy infrastructure of the country”, not to mention the fact that this is not done for the civilian population, but for the need to ensure stable transportation of military cargo by rail and the functioning of military industry enterprises. It is to these objects that the Kyiv regime tries to supply electricity in the first place.
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  1. Nexcom
    Nexcom 29 November 2022 08: 30
    0
    but Europeans. this is how Europeans wipe themselves with napkins - so act. what for you water?
    1. Invoce
      Invoce 29 November 2022 08: 36
      +20
      In western Ukraine, even during Soviet times, the local population was hostile to "foreigners" from Russia. Malts, with his parents came to his grandparents in Ivano-Frankivsk. I felt the hostility of the locals, including the children. Now for them we are all enemies! Enemies are enemies, enemies must be dealt with conscientiously!
      Can't be cured!
      You can only re-educate the next generation. And you need to do as Comrade bequeathed. Stalin. I do not call for the destruction of the entire nation. In no case! There are places to evict the stubborn. Russia is a huge country, and working hands are always needed. Well, we also live in Norilsk, Yakutia, Magadan, Okhotsk, on Sakhalin .... The main thing is that people like Khrushchev do not win back everything
      1. Nexcom
        Nexcom 29 November 2022 08: 37
        +4
        I know this - I was told by those who went there in Soviet times.
      2. tihonmarine
        tihonmarine 29 November 2022 09: 17
        +3
        Quote: Invoce
        Now for them we are all enemies! Enemies are enemies, enemies must be dealt with conscientiously!
        Can't be cured!

        There were never brothers there, there were either opportunists or enemies, now there are no opportunists.
      3. akropin
        akropin 29 November 2022 09: 28
        +2
        And comrade. Stalin, compared with Genghis Khan, is a humanist. He, it seems, ordered the execution of everyone who is taller than a wheel from a cart.
        1. seregatara1969
          seregatara1969 29 November 2022 10: 21
          0
          Will you be able to produce new transformers in a few weeks? That's unlikely!
      4. Egoza
        Egoza 29 November 2022 10: 29
        +2
        Quote: Invoce
        I do not call for the destruction of the entire nation. In no case! There are places to evict the stubborn. Russia is a huge country, and working hands are always needed.

        IT is for you in Norilsk, etc. necessary? All the same, they will look like wolves. They will also spread across the country. No. Push them into Europe, where they wanted so much, and let the Poles-Romanians deal with them.
      5. sent26
        sent26 29 November 2022 11: 05
        +4
        And why spoil the atmosphere in Norilsk, Magadan, etc.?
        After all, such a resettlement will not give anything good. But to restore Mariupol, to collect "petals" can be attracted. And it is necessary.
    2. Machito
      Machito 29 November 2022 08: 39
      +2
      Quote: Nexcom
      but Europeans. this is how Europeans wipe themselves with napkins - so act. what for you water?

      The electricity went out for several weeks. laughing good Or maybe years. feel Complete decommunization.
      And Gazprom pumps and pumps gas through Ukraine. Where is degassing?
      1. Nexcom
        Nexcom 29 November 2022 08: 50
        +10
        And most likely they will swing like that. Pay attention - there are hostilities and NOT ONE gas pipe in Ukraine was even accidentally damaged. As well as gas substations. Amazing accuracy! Would you believe that there is no agreement on gas after this fact?
        1. Cananecat
          Cananecat 29 November 2022 09: 19
          -1
          Quote: Nexcom
          Would you believe that there is no agreement on gas after this fact?

          I believe that ours, by order, will not be allowed to shoot at the coordinates of the pipe, whether there is a support or something else, but the wide ones will not shoot, because they will finish their own ... tell the difference ...
          ... besides, how long is the pipe buried there? Not every 152-millimeter one will get it ... so there is a danger only for local pipelines for domestic use ...
          1. Kotofeich
            Kotofeich 29 November 2022 11: 44
            +2
            Quote: Canecat
            besides, how long is the pipe buried there?

            And, gas pumping stations and energy to them?
            1. Cananecat
              Cananecat 29 November 2022 13: 23
              0
              Critical infrastructure also includes backup sources, read generators, including.
              1. Kotofeich
                Kotofeich 29 November 2022 13: 31
                +1
                Quote: Canecat
                backup sources, read generators
                OK. And backup turbines? No, if so, accidentally arrives at the pumping station, then there will be such a BAH that there will be nothing to reserve.
                1. Cananecat
                  Cananecat 29 November 2022 13: 36
                  0
                  Quote: Kotofeich
                  No, if so, accidentally fly into the pumping station

                  It won’t accidentally fly in ... not in 1812 in the yard, so as to be too clever with a sample of gunpowder.
        2. Machito
          Machito 29 November 2022 15: 10
          +3
          Quote: Nexcom
          And most likely they will swing like that. Pay attention - there are hostilities and NOT ONE gas pipe in Ukraine was even accidentally damaged. As well as gas substations. Amazing accuracy! Would you believe that there is no agreement on gas after this fact?

          Therefore, it is necessary to advance on Lvov along the gas pipeline, then in two weeks we will reach the border with Poland. laughing
      2. Egeny
        Egeny 29 November 2022 08: 59
        +6
        "Where is degasification?"
        What is a contract, you know? Gas is not paid for by dill.
        But the long-term construction of two "threads" of the northern stream - it was unreasonable, even under the condition of a half partnership with Germany.
        After all, they finally thought of building a "candle" plant for liquefying gas, but where were these bright "minds". Oh, damn it, "there is a lot in the world, friend, ... which our wise men never dreamed of"
        1. Ingvar 72
          Ingvar 72 29 November 2022 09: 22
          +1
          Quote from Egeni
          What is a contract, you know? Gas is not paid for by dill

          Do you know that ZVF funds were also placed in the US and the EU under agreements and contracts? What did not prevent the "partners" from arresting them?
          Are you not annoyed by some manic craving of our managers to fulfill obligations under contracts and agreements, at a time when the opposite side wanted to shit on all contracts? wink
          1. Geosun
            Geosun 29 November 2022 10: 45
            +1
            Firstly, the gas pipes going west through Ukraine belong to the Europeans, it is their property. And while they are not officially at war, there is no reason to strike at them.
            Secondly, "ZVF funds were also placed in the US and the EU under agreements" - nonsense that is not known why overly emotional commentators replicate. Funds from the gold reserves are placed in our banks VEB, Vneshtorgbank, Gazprombank and Sberbank. It's just that when you transfer money from your account, you need confirmation from the bank that this money is in your account. So foreign banks do not give these confirmations. In any case, all this money is only numbers in the code and is not material.
            1. Ingvar 72
              Ingvar 72 29 November 2022 10: 50
              +1
              Quote: Geosun
              pipes going west across Ukraine belong to Europeans

              Teach materiel.
              Quote: Geosun
              Funds from the gold reserves are placed in our banks VEB, Vneshtorgbank, Gazprombank and Sberbank

              Once again, learn the materiel. Everything is in the public domain, and whose pipes, and where the gold reserves are located.
              What would you like to write?
              1. Geosun
                Geosun 29 November 2022 14: 23
                +1
                In 2017, Naftogaz, in addition to the Main Gas Pipelines of Ukraine, announced the creation of a GTS Operator of Ukraine. Now there are two structures with the same functions in the country. In April 2019, the GTS Operator of Ukraine signed a memorandum with the Italian gas company Snam and the Slovak Eustream. In 2021, Kyiv placed Eurobonds for $3 billion secured by the Main Gas Pipelines of Ukraine. In general, everything is not so clear with the owners of the Ukrainian gas system.
                Only a pledge of 56 billion was placed on the account of gold reserves in foreign banks to ensure trade. (Russia's trade turnover was 960 million a day). Two month stock. All other money is kept in our banks.
                As you can see, I am familiar with the materiel.
                1. Ingvar 72
                  Ingvar 72 29 November 2022 15: 14
                  -1
                  Quote: Geosun
                  In 2021, Kyiv placed Eurobonds for $3 billion secured by the Main Gas Pipelines of Ukraine.

                  A pledge is not a property right.
                  Quote: Geosun
                  Only a pledge of 56 billion was placed on the account of gold reserves in foreign banks to ensure trade.

                  330 billion, not 56.
                  https://rbc-ru.turbopages.org/rbc.ru/s/politics/29/06/2022/62bc621c9a7947296ed6a33b
                  1. Geosun
                    Geosun 29 November 2022 16: 00
                    +2
                    Quote: Ingvar 72
                    A pledge is not a property right.

                    This is true, but the GTS is divided into several parts, and all this is not very transparent, but there is information about some foreign participants in the consortium.
                    Quote: Ingvar 72
                    330 billion, not 56.

                    Our any bank, when transferring currency, even from a Samara bank to a Tver bank, sends an order to the system bank of the issuer's country. That is, a Samara bank, without the approval of a bank that has given a license for foreign exchange transactions, cannot technically transfer the currency. (And they do not give confirmation) This is how the international monetary system works. And (330-56) billion lie in accounts in OUR banks, but are frozen, that is, we cannot dispose of these accounts. Just like you, when transferring money from your bank to another, you do not transfer money yourself, but technically, instruct your bank to transfer money to another bank.
                    1. Ingvar 72
                      Ingvar 72 29 November 2022 21: 55
                      0
                      Quote: Geosun
                      This is true, but the GTS is divided into several parts, and all this is not very transparent,

                      Which naturally does not affect the impacts on the GTS, or at least stop pumping. Is not it? wink
                      Quote: Geosun
                      And (330-56) billion lie in accounts in OUR banks, but are frozen

                      Materiel, remember? wink The structure of the ZVF, score in a search engine.
      3. Egoza
        Egoza 29 November 2022 10: 32
        0
        Quote: Bearded
        The electricity went out for several weeks.

        It's like someone. But if this is the case in Western Ukraine, then we can only welcome it. In the central regions they give light for -3-4 hours a day, 3 times. They often give it at night. But these are the details, the main thing is that they give.
  2. Mavrikiy
    Mavrikiy 29 November 2022 08: 31
    +1
    but for the need to ensure stable transportation of military cargo by rail and the functioning of military industry enterprises. It is to these objects that the Kyiv regime tries to supply electricity in the first place.
    recourse Well, what should we do, we will continue to extinguish .... request
  3. Doccor18
    Doccor18 29 November 2022 08: 32
    +16
    Blackout is a term borrowed from English...

    Gentlemen, patriots, maybe even on the crest of a wave of patriotism, we will begin to abandon anglicisms ..? And then, the enemy is like enemies, but we shove them everywhere with their words ....
    1. Volodin
      Volodin 29 November 2022 08: 42
      +2
      Quote: Doccor18
      Gentlemen, patriots, maybe even on the crest of a wave of patriotism, we will begin to abandon anglicisms ..? And then, the enemy is like enemies, but we shove them everywhere with their words ....

      Are you now addressing the "patriot" Martsinkiv? It's kind of like a quote.
      1. Ingvar 72
        Ingvar 72 29 November 2022 09: 25
        +2
        Quote: Volodin
        Are you now addressing the "patriot" Martsinkiv? It's kind of like a quote.

        Yes to everyone. It is high time to legally introduce a ban on the use of anglicisms on signs, in official documents, etc.
      2. Doccor18
        Doccor18 29 November 2022 11: 15
        0
        Quote: Volodin
        It's you now to...



        Quote: Ingvar 72
        Yes to everyone

        That's right, to everyone.
    2. Battle Toads
      Battle Toads 29 November 2022 09: 22
      +2
      Patriotism is not hatred for everything foreign, but love for one's homeland. Blackout is a normal, convenient description of this spatial process, understandable to everyone
      1. Cheshire
        Cheshire 29 November 2022 09: 53
        +4
        Quote from BattleToads
        Blackout is a normal, convenient description of this spatial process, understandable to everyone

        I do not understand the very formation of the term, despite the fact that I graduated from an English special school. In my opinion, anglicisms spoil the Russian language, they try to simplify it to their level (face book). With further use, thinking is simplified to clip. When communicating in the country, it is desirable to do without foreign borrowings.
        hi
        1. Kirill Aminov
          Kirill Aminov 29 November 2022 11: 28
          0
          The term is from the Latin terminus - border, limit - a borrowed word
          Formation - from the Latin forma - appearance, image - a borrowed word
          Clip - from English clip - to cut - a borrowed word
          School - from the Greek σχολή - a place for conversation - a borrowed word
          You can immediately find four borrowings in your message, contradict yourself
          It has always been funny with such patriots who fight for the purity of the language, I think it’s more convenient for people, so they will speak
        2. Kotofeich
          Kotofeich 29 November 2022 13: 18
          +3
          Quote: Cheshire
          when communicating, it is desirable to do without foreign borrowings.

          Maxim will not work. There are a lot of foreign words in our language. When we speak, we don’t even think that these are foreign words. Russian language, and any language. it is a living substance. He lives his own life. Something comes into the language and stays for a long time, something leaves and is forgotten. If we forcibly remove all foreign words..... For example: in a theater people will not sit in the stalls, the mezzanine, on the balcony, but on the ground, a beautiful floor (floor is also a non-Russian word), acting on the facade of a part of the building.
          And, architecture ......? etc. etc.
          1. Stas
            Stas 29 November 2022 18: 50
            +1
            Do you mind if I add my 5 cents? Here the question is in a slightly different plane. Many unknowingly or deliberately dilute our native language with foreign language, which is stamped stupidly in Cyrillic, but the foreign word has a Russian counterpart and is translated into Russian quite well. Such words as "shopping" - make purchases, "cashback" - return, "respect" - respect and many others what is it? This is not English (shopping, cashback, respect) and not Russian - this is some kind of terribly illiterate tin. That is, by using this set of writings, a person either shows his contempt for the Russian language and Russophobia, or simply stupidly his ignorance of either the Russian language or a foreign language and an extremely limited vocabulary. In my opinion, this is how Russophobia begins. Crap your native language, replace it with some idiotic mixture, instill it in the majority and get colonial newspeak. Further, the loss of their native language, culture, rewriting of history and voila - we get colonial thinking, as in Ukraine. You can at least zaminusuetsya, but it's true.
            1. Kotofeich
              Kotofeich 29 November 2022 20: 06
              +1
              Quote: Stas
              then some tin is terribly illiterate

              Stanislav, well, no need to exaggerate, it's not all that bad. I remember when I was young, forty years ago cryingWe also used a lot of slang in conversation. Then it all went somewhere, dissipated. Another time has come, new words have come. And to put an equal sign between shopping and Russophobia in my bust. Remember in the 60s: Today you play jazz, and tomorrow you will sell your homeland? laughing
      2. Doccor18
        Doccor18 29 November 2022 11: 26
        +1
        Quote from BattleToads
        Patriotism is not hatred for everything foreign

        And where is the hatred. Our people are extremely lucky with their native language. The Russian language is one of the richest (if not the richest) in the world. And to use all sorts of foreign words here and there, including in the official press, seems at least strange. Russia has never been an Anglo-Saxon colony, so where does the trend come from ..?
        Quote from BattleToads
        Blackout is a normal, convenient description of this spatial process, understandable to everyone

        So what's convenient? Strange and strange word.
        By the way, it is the dominance of everything foreign that ultimately leads to hatred among the local population.
        1. Hypertension
          Hypertension 29 November 2022 12: 11
          +1
          Quote: Doccor18
          Russia has never been an Anglo-Saxon colony, so where does the trend come from ..?

          From there, the trend (by the way, why the "trend"? Again these "damned" Anglicisms ... You can also replace the normal ̶r̶u̶s̶s̶k̶i̶m̶ with the Latin word "trend" or the French "fashion"), that English is the language of international communication, the language of the Internet, the most developing language, and the language of science at the moment.
          And what about Latinisms, Germanisms, Turkisms, etc.? Will we leave them, or will we return to the Old Slavonic language? "Cut, cut," said the Japanese general "(c)
          And why is your nickname written in Latin ... A mess. How long?!
          1. Doccor18
            Doccor18 29 November 2022 12: 44
            +2
            Quote: Hyperion
            From there, the trend (by the way, why "trend"? Again

            Okay, you got me. + from me.
            Unfortunately, this is how it turns out, you hear them at every step and ... "suddenly" they enter your vocabulary.
            Quote: Hyperion
            You can also replace the normal ̶r̶u̶s̶s̶k̶i̶m̶ with the Latin word "tendency

            From Latin, a lot came into different languages. For example, the same "course", or you can say "direction", which is apparently of Old Slavonic origin, or "habit".
            Quote: Hyperion
            what about Latinisms, Germanisms, Turkisms, etc.? Will we leave them, or will we return to the Old Slavonic language?

            Let's not go to extremes. Each language lives and develops, borrowings inevitably occur. But when borrowings begin to displace and change the native language beyond recognition, isn't that a tragedy.

            Quote: Hyperion
            that English is the language of international communication, the language of the Internet, the most developing language, and the language of science at the moment.

            I agree with the internet. But about international and science, it has long been the language of international communication. And so what? In the USSR, science was strong, but still inferior to the scientific potential of the collective West (English-speaking). And so what? After all, there was no such influx of Anglicisms as in the last three decades. What changed? Accident? I don't think.
            1. Hypertension
              Hypertension 29 November 2022 14: 11
              +1
              Quote: Doccor18
              But when borrowings begin to displace and change the native language beyond recognition, isn't that a tragedy.

              "Unrecognizable" is more of a youth gaming (gaming) slang. But this, as in the case of any team of specialists with a narrow focus, is always a "special language". Even without foreign loans. In ordinary speech, in the media, according to the zombie - the Russian language is quite recognizable. And borrowed foreign words there are familiar to almost everyone. There is no tragedy. Especially against the backdrop of current events. The natural evolution of languages, so to speak.
              You yourself write that the language is evolving. It used to be slower because the pace of life was not as fast as it is now.
              Quote: Doccor18
              In the USSR, science was strong, but still inferior to the scientific potential of the collective West (English-speaking). And so what? After all, there was no such influx of Anglicisms as in the last three decades. What changed?

              How has it changed? RF is not the USSR. The lag behind the West has become stronger. The sphere of influence of the Russian language and literature was significantly reduced. Even in the post-Soviet countries. Meanwhile, the West has entered the sphere of cinema, television, music, computer games and various technologies even more firmly.
              Quote: Doccor18
              An accident?

              Pattern.
              1. Doccor18
                Doccor18 29 November 2022 17: 13
                +1
                Quote: Hyperion
                RF is not the USSR

                This is yes.
                Quote: Hyperion
                The sphere of influence of the Russian language and literature was significantly reduced. Even in the post-Soviet countries.

                To great regret.
    3. Stas
      Stas 29 November 2022 18: 55
      0
      Dear, thanks for your support! I have been trying to convey similar thoughts to people on various forums for a long time. hi
  4. Leader_Barmaleev
    Leader_Barmaleev 29 November 2022 08: 36
    +8
    Well, now it will be possible to test theoretical calculations on the topic of what happens in a modern city in the conditions of a simultaneous shutdown of electricity and water supply using natural experimental material. Since there are no toilets of the "hole" system near each entrance, and the sewer will be clogged with shit on the very first day, you will have to choose - a barrel at the entrance and a line of residents with buckets and other pots (which then need to be washed somehow) or life in solid chocolate. And such a life in conditions of dampness and cold quickly leads to a surge in infectious diseases. This is where the city authorities will get a test of maturity and the ability to solve problems. And we will see, summarize and write tactical recommendations. For the future - we still have to deal with Poland, the Extinctions and other scum.
  5. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 29 November 2022 08: 37
    +5
    "Citizens need to prepare for the worst."
    Probably to the "land" according to Klitschko. And those who do not want this, tear to Europe, which, in your opinion, "loves" you very much and is ready to accept you in unlimited quantities.
    "The blackout could last several weeks."
    So it is necessary to add that it drags on for months or more. The time has passed when you were nursed to your own detriment.
    1. Egeny
      Egeny 29 November 2022 09: 06
      +2
      Why drag it out? It is necessary to resolve the issue with the central fortifications (Marinka - Avdeevka - Artemovsky), I hope soon, and quickly to Kherson and Nikolaev, along the right bank of the Dnieper to Odessa.
  6. taiga2018
    taiga2018 29 November 2022 08: 40
    +2
    I hope that the lull in strikes is due to the need to obtain intelligence about new targets. It would be nice to mark the beginning of the calendar winter with a couple of large-scale strikes.
    1. Egeny
      Egeny 29 November 2022 08: 47
      +1
      The calm usually comes before the storm. We are waiting for something to be restored, well, let them work a little.)
      Blinkin says he's looking for equipment.
  7. APASUS
    APASUS 29 November 2022 08: 44
    +6
    Damned communists gave electricity to the country's houses. Give complete decommunization!
    1. Nexcom
      Nexcom 29 November 2022 08: 53
      +3
      Well, that's all - now forward to non-communist and environmentally friendly splinters and ice holes (for water). Everything is as it was before the communists.
      1. oleg-nekrasov-19
        oleg-nekrasov-19 29 November 2022 09: 40
        +2
        Not yet, but I want to tell you - there is no limit to perfection!
    2. oleg-nekrasov-19
      oleg-nekrasov-19 29 November 2022 09: 38
      +1
      The Soviets also built the Urengoy-Pomary-Uzhgorod gas pipeline - you give the degasification of the entire country 404! It is necessary to get rid of the Soviet legacy in full!!!
      1. Nexcom
        Nexcom 29 November 2022 12: 10
        +1
        Personally, I will only FOR! Zascho lads komunyachiy haz??? request
        1. oleg-nekrasov-19
          oleg-nekrasov-19 29 November 2022 12: 32
          +1
          that's it, he gives away a "communist infection", dung in ovens is much more reliable and much more patriotic. .. they can even patent their brand - "Bandera dung" (let them not thank you for the life hack) hi
  8. Abrosimov Sergey Olegovich
    Abrosimov Sergey Olegovich 29 November 2022 09: 12
    0
    Quote: Bearded
    The electricity went out for several weeks. Or maybe years. Complete decommunization.
    And Gazprom pumps and pumps gas through Ukraine. Where is degassing?


    And here is an interesting question: Can the GTS of Ukraine work without electricity? Accordingly, how long will that GTS work / how long will gas be pumped through the Ukrainian GTS after we destroy the entire power supply system of Ukraine?
    1. Gnefredov
      Gnefredov 29 November 2022 09: 44
      +1
      A gas turbine engine (more precisely, a turboshaft engine) that stands at the main compressor station is powered by the pumped gas itself. There, electricity is needed for the operation of auxiliary automation, i.e. quite a bit, but small compressor stations operating on branches from the gas pipeline do use electric compressors.
      The gas transportation system of the former Ukrainian SSR is huge; since 1924, there have been no types of compressor stations built there.
  9. Boniface
    Boniface 29 November 2022 09: 14
    +1
    The week has just begun! Wait for gifts, they will definitely arrive!
  10. Uprun
    Uprun 29 November 2022 09: 16
    +2
    Issue a training manual - "Practical experience in surviving Donbass 2014-2022" Will go with a bang!
  11. Vladimir80
    Vladimir80 29 November 2022 09: 19
    -2
    Yes, everything is fine with the new outlying Europeans, well, it's dark outside - so this is for disguise. It would be necessary to redirect all these missiles to bridges across the Dnieper, bridges will not be quickly brought to them from America
  12. Kuroneko
    Kuroneko 29 November 2022 09: 23
    +1
    Quote: Nexcom
    And most likely they will swing like that. Pay attention - there are hostilities and NOT ONE gas pipe in Ukraine was even accidentally damaged. As well as gas substations. Amazing accuracy! Would you believe that there is no agreement on gas after this fact?

    In the same way, I will tell you: Zelyabobus promised in December (in fact, just about) the supply of electricity to Poland.
    Now you understand why all these calls to the inhabitants of the community to prepare to live without electricity for weeks? =3
    Nothing personal, just business.
  13. Gnefredov
    Gnefredov 29 November 2022 09: 23
    0
    The damned commies built the nasty schools, erected the damned factories and drove the proud and freedom-loving population of the European prairies "under pressure" there. What disgusting, what disgusting is your communist electricity generated by Soviet magnetic fields!
    Now we will not leave a stone on a stone from the spirit of communism ... Eh! Let's live! :)
  14. Carlos Hall
    Carlos Hall 29 November 2022 11: 34
    0
    It is imperative to continue bombing the energy infrastructure, especially in western Ukraine.
  15. Kuroneko
    Kuroneko 29 November 2022 12: 09
    +1
    Quote: Doccor18
    Blackout is a term borrowed from English...

    Gentlemen, patriots, maybe even on the crest of a wave of patriotism, we will begin to abandon anglicisms ..? And then, the enemy is like enemies, but we shove them everywhere with their words ....

    As a firewatch, I note that the interpenetration of languages ​​is a natural process. There is nothing immutable. And even our enemies (I almost wrote - "partners" =), also borrowed a lot of Russian words.

    By the way, sitting down on the toilet, you don’t swear by the Spanish company Unitas, which supplied water closets back to the Russian Empire? Hence the toilet. In the fleet, in general, there is a sea of ​​borrowing and mangling even from the time of Peter the Great. Starting with the bell (in fact - a sailor's distortion of the English team Ring the bell - our sailors changed it as "bey to the bell").
    Well, you don’t have to think: is the phrase “anti-aircraft missile” Russian or is it a borrowing?
    1. Gnefredov
      Gnefredov 29 November 2022 15: 31
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      ... to think about: the phrase "anti-aircraft missile" - is it Russian or is it a borrowing?
      "Zenith" was definitely "pulled" from French, but the origin of the word is Arabic from "way overhead" (I, as an amateur astronomer with 45+ experience, know this by definition), but I won't undertake the word "rocket" because to peep into I don't want to. I'll wait for the answer here, because the problem is good :)
  16. Kuroneko
    Kuroneko 29 November 2022 12: 27
    +1
    Quote: Ingvar 72
    Quote: Volodin
    Are you now addressing the "patriot" Martsinkiv? It's kind of like a quote.

    Yes to everyone. It is high time to legally introduce a ban on the use of anglicisms on signs, in official documents, etc.

    That's when we will definitely get to the level of the Nezalezhnikov.
    A little higher, I gently hinted to Dokkor why not. You just need to separate the wheat from the chaff. And then it’s really possible to reach independent “litaks”.
  17. iouris
    iouris 29 November 2022 14: 36
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    There are suspicions that this is just artillery preparation. Artillery preparation is carried out before the start of the offensive. So how long it will last, the local authorities cannot know. Nobody knows. They just don't know everything.
  18. Kuroneko
    Kuroneko 29 November 2022 18: 50
    +1
    Quote: Gnefredov
    ... to think about: the phrase "anti-aircraft missile" - is it Russian or is it a borrowing?
    "Zenith" was definitely "pulled" from French, but the origin of the word is Arabic from "way overhead" (I, as an amateur astronomer with 45+ experience, know this by definition), but I won't undertake the word "rocket" because to peep into I don't want to. I'll wait for the answer here, because the problem is good :)

    Excuse me: the rocket is Italy (rocchetta is a small spindle). Suddenly - it seems, right? =3
    1. Gnefredov
      Gnefredov 30 November 2022 02: 27
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      Great. Never would have thought :)
      Thank you!