Medvedev, quoting Tyutchev, explained why Russia was successful

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Medvedev, quoting Tyutchev, explained why Russia was successful

Almost throughout its stories, Russia had to fight to defend the right to exist and preserve its identity. Meanwhile, to the surprise of the enemies, with each such conflict, our country only became stronger.

Dmitry Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, explained why Russia, despite all the difficulties, achieved success, in the words of the great Russian poet Fyodor Tyutchev.

The politician, within the framework of the special project "The Word of the Classics", read Tyutchev's letter to the editor of the "Vseobshaya Gazeta" Gustav Kolb from the middle of the XNUMXth century. Medvedev posted the corresponding video in his TG channel.



As a matter of fact, everything said by the great poet in the middle of the XNUMXth century and quoted by Dmitry Medvedev is also applicable in the current geopolitical situation.

The West still believes that it is Europe, and there is no place for Russia in a “civilized society”. Moreover, today, as throughout history, our country is forced to defend its values ​​and freedom with weapons in hand. At the same time, the “immense reunion” continues right now, which Fyodor Tyutchev also spoke about in his letter.

As soon as we recognize this, everything becomes clear, everything is explained: the true basis of the rapid successes and extraordinary expansion of Russia that astonished the world becomes clear. You begin to comprehend that the so-called conquests and violence were the most natural and legitimate thing that has ever been done in history - just an immense reunion took place. , forces and institutions that are alien to the great beginning it represents ... why, for example, Poland had to perish ... This, of course, is not about the original Polish people - God forbid, but about the false civilization and false nationality imposed on it. * From this point of view the true significance of the so-called Eastern Question*, which one tries to pass off as insoluble, precisely because everyone has long foreseen its inevitable solution, can be best appreciated.

Thus, the West itself leaves us no choice but to fight and become stronger.

Recall that within the framework of the special project "The Word of the Classics", Russian politicians, writers, directors and participants of the SVO read out excerpts from great Russian authors. In particular, representatives of the Foreign Ministry recently read the works of writers Mikhail Bulgakov and Fyodor Dostoevsky.
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  1. -30
    30 January 2023 17: 17
    Medvedev, quoting Tyutchev, explained why Russia was successful

    The 19th century gave us many great writers and poets, it was not for nothing that it was called the Silver Age of Russian literature.
    And what did the 20th century give us in literature? Puff and nothing more.
    1. +30
      30 January 2023 17: 24
      Quote: lucul
      The 19th century gave us many great writers and poets, it was not for nothing that it was called the Silver Age of Russian literature.
      And what did the 20th century give us in literature? Puff and nothing more.

      Well, if Sholokhov, Tvardovsky, Bulgakov, Mayakovsky, Yesenin are "zilch", then ... no comment
      1. -23
        30 January 2023 17: 30
        Well, if Sholokhov, Tvardovsky, Bulgakov, Mayakovsky, Yesenin are "zilch", then ... no comment

        Compared to the 19th century, this is zilch.
        1. Fat
          +14
          30 January 2023 18: 05
          Vitaly. The "Silver Age of Russian literature" is limited to the period from 1880 to 1930, "and before that there was a" golden age "of the age of Pushkin, Lermontov, Gogol - in the first half of the 19th century ... Well, if Count Tolstoy is a zilch, then you can" wash your hands " ... Your train is going to a famous city in the Netherlands, through the Danish capital...
        2. 0
          31 January 2023 16: 09
          Quote: lucul
          Compared to the 19th century, this is zilch.

          Do not divide the process by the numbers on the calendar. Many iconic writers in Russia and Ukraine began to write and understand at 19, and issue iconic pearls at 20.
          It is impossible to radically change your outlook on life from January 1.
    2. +9
      30 January 2023 17: 28
      Buy a primer and learn to read, maybe then you will find out why the Quiet Don received the Nobel Prize in Literature when this prize had not yet become ugly ... For example, I won’t talk about Bulgakov - you won’t understand ... Go further than Kotlyarevsky, read the Aeneid - a complete analogue of "Torn Towers" by Puchkov-Goblin, as well as a fundamental work of Ukrainian literature
      1. -22
        30 January 2023 17: 31
        Buy a primer and learn to read, maybe then you will find out why the Quiet Don received the Nobel Prize in Literature when this prize had not yet gone downhill ...

        Quiet Don is not worth half of Tolstoy's War and Peace.
        1. +21
          30 January 2023 17: 34
          Quote: lucul
          Quiet Don is not worth half of Tolstoy's War and Peace.

          Well, what kind of kindergarten? By what criteria can you compare? Or you read one work completely, the other half ...
          1. -14
            30 January 2023 17: 50
            Well, what kind of kindergarten?

            Indeed, you do not look into the depths.
            Sholokhov, Tvardovsky, Bulgakov, Mayakovsky, Yesenin

            We look at Sholokhov - born in 1905, Yesenin - born in 1895, Mayakovsky - born in 1893, Tvardovsky - born in 1910.
            All these people were born under the Tsar, and under him they received a classical royal education.
            Where are the great Soviet writers of 1960,1970,1980, XNUMX, XNUMX, precisely with a Soviet education?
            1. +7
              30 January 2023 18: 04
              It is clear that they started about Foma, continued about Yeryoma. First, "literature of the 20th century - zilch." Then, when they gave you examples, they began to "translate arrows" - "where are the writers of the 1960-80s." They sent you a whole list. Well, in general, the argument is not worth a damn. If, in your opinion, "nothing worth" was written in the 20th century, then okay ... Only if you personally do not know the wonderful works from the years you indicated, then this does not mean that they do not exist
        2. +7
          30 January 2023 17: 34
          And for what, may I ask, the reason?
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          2. -13
            30 January 2023 17: 51
            And for what, may I ask, the reason?

            Have you read War and Peace in full? After her, the Quiet Flows the Don seems to be a very superficial work.
            1. +2
              30 January 2023 18: 29
              That is, the subjective opinion of your Excellency - and nothing more. Bravo. No more questions
    3. +13
      30 January 2023 17: 35
      And what did the 20th century give us in literature? Puff and nothing more.

      You apparently smoked an ABC book at school, and you are swaying for the 20th century. Here's a tip for you -
      Yuri Olesha, Vladislav Khodasevich, Andrei Bely, Ivan Shmelev, Valentin Rasputin, Mikhail Prishvin, Dmitry Merezhkovsky, Fyodor Sologub, Vasily Grossman, Vasily Aksenov, Yuri Trifonov, Viktor Shklovsky, Yuri Dombrovsky, Ilya Ehrenburg, Andrey Bitov, Viktor Nekrasov, Mark Aldanov , Alexei Remizov , Boris Pilnyak , Leonid Leonov , Vladimir Makanin , Pavel Ulitin , Georgy Vladimov.
      I will not list the works of the 20th century so as not to overwork you. Read at least the classics - The Master and Margarita
      1. -16
        30 January 2023 18: 15
        You apparently smoked an ABC book at school, and you are swaying for the 20th century. Here's a tip for you -
        Yuri Olesha, Vladislav Khodasevich, Andrei Bely, Ivan Shmelev, Valentin Rasputin, Mikhail Prishvin, Dmitry Merezhkovsky, Fyodor Sologub, Vasily Grossman, Vasily Aksenov, Yuri Trifonov, Viktor Shklovsky, Yuri Dombrovsky, Ilya Ehrenburg, Andrey Bitov, Viktor Nekrasov, Mark Aldanov , Alexei Remizov , Boris Pilnyak , Leonid Leonov , Vladimir Makanin , Pavel Ulitin , Georgy Vladimov.

        Are you seriously saying that all these people are equal to Pushkin, Dostoevsky, Tolstoy, Gogol, Griboedov, Lermontov, Tyutchev, Fet, Chekhov, Turgenev, Bunin, Saltykov-Shchedrin and other Russian writers and poets of the 19th century?
    4. +1
      30 January 2023 17: 51
      Quote: lucul
      The 19th century gave us many great writers and poets, it was not for nothing that it was called the Silver Age of Russian literature.
      belay foolWiki is nonsense:
      The Silver Age is the name of a period in the history of Russian poetry dating back to the end of the XNUMXth and beginning of the XNUMXth centuries, given by analogy with the Golden Age (beginning of the XNUMXth century).
      Rather
      The Silver Age is a period in the history of Russian culture dating back to the beginning of the XNUMXth century, coinciding with the era of modernity.https://wiki.fenix.help/literatura/serebryanyy-vek
      That is, it is precisely the beginning of the 20th century that is the "Silver Age". There was a lot of painting, ballet, theater ..... Whatever Soviet literature counts, Sholokhov, Shukshin and Vysotsky are enough. As for the novel "War and Peace", its merits are greatly exaggerated. request Tolstoy's best things Hadji Murad and the Cossacks.
    5. +9
      30 January 2023 17: 52
      What are you guys smoking? Or are you drinking?
    6. +5
      30 January 2023 18: 19
      "Eternal Call" is the largest work of Anatoly Ivanov, on which the writer worked for thirteen years - from 1963 to 1975. Shortly after the release of the book, which had a huge reader success, the famous television series was based on the novel.
    7. +4
      30 January 2023 18: 34
      Quote: lucul
      And what did the 20th century give us in literature? Puff and nothing more.

      Nothing for you, because you didn’t give anything to the world, but he gave us Russians the 20th century a galaxy of world-famous writers, composers, artists, scientists, you can remember the periodic table and Korolev with his world’s first satellite of the Earth. Forgot, or do not want to remember, about the world's first state of workers and peasants (although for you it's like a sickle in one place). And who do you remember???
    8. +2
      30 January 2023 19: 20
      He also gave us Milyutin, Kuropatkin, Rozhdestvensky, Stessel, etc...
      Sincerely
    9. 0
      31 January 2023 13: 23
      [/ quote] The 19th century gave us many great writers and poets, it was not for nothing that it was called the Silver Age of Russian literature.
      And what did the 20th century give us in literature? Zilch and no more. [quote]
      and the fuck is Solzhenitsina? and Aleksevich, the humpbacked whore ... the conclusion is that you need to work with writers, as far as possible
  2. +1
    30 January 2023 17: 18
    Medvedev, quoting Tyutchev, explained why Russia was successful
    What's the success rate? What is he talking about? He would stop drinking.
    1. +1
      30 January 2023 17: 25
      Quote: Trapp1st
      Medvedev, quoting Tyutchev, explained why Russia was successful
      What's the success rate? What is he talking about?

      About Me laughing
    2. -4
      30 January 2023 17: 33
      Quote: Trapp1st
      Medvedev, quoting Tyutchev, explained why Russia was successful
      What's the success rate? What is he talking about?

      And, to hell with all sorts of liberal showmen led by Chubais left, this is already a success.
      1. -2
        30 January 2023 18: 36
        Quote: Terenin
        And, to hell with all sorts of liberal showmen led by Chubais left, this is already a success.

        It is good that they themselves silently go there and do not lead to sin.
    3. -2
      30 January 2023 17: 35
      Quote: Trapp1st
      Medvedev, quoting Tyutchev, explained why Russia was successful
      What's the success rate? What is he talking about?

      All is well in his virtual reality laughing This is bad for us... belay
    4. +4
      30 January 2023 17: 40
      And what remains for him? All Western politicians who gave interviews about Medvedev called him a clown. He, like that Drunkard, sits near the entrance, tells his drinking companions how great he is, since everyone else knows about him anywaylaughing
      1. +1
        31 January 2023 04: 50
        "He's like that Drunkard sitting near the entrance telling his drinking buddies how great he is"
        Are you talking about Boris Yeltsin? Western politicians just loved him - if this is now a criterion for us.
    5. -3
      30 January 2023 17: 58
      Old man Tyutchev didn’t know then, of course. What awaits Russia at the beginning of the twentieth ... DAM chose an unsuccessful example. Yes, and in general it would be better to be silent .. The prophet was found ... Since when were they drawn to the classics? achieve success and then brag about it.
    6. 0
      31 January 2023 16: 09
      As in the old joke about Brezhnev: in our country - everything is for the good of a person ... you know this person. laughing
  3. +2
    30 January 2023 17: 25
    Something too often became blah blah blah from Medvedev. What is it for ?
    1. -1
      30 January 2023 17: 37
      2024 is just around the corner... reminds of itself... and again tries on the Cap of Monomakh... IMHO )))
      1. -4
        30 January 2023 17: 46
        Medvedev is the champion of Russia in anti-rating. Although he was much better than Putin and even appointed the smart minister Serdyukov, under which all modern weapons, starting with drones, were developed
  4. +1
    30 January 2023 17: 34
    Medvedev, quoting Tyutchev, explained why Russia was successful
    Well, what success have you achieved? Is there really a queue in the world behind Russian-made iPhones, from start to finish? Oh, no .. for cars .. If they went to promote Medvedev, be, be castling.
    1. -6
      30 January 2023 17: 58
      Hello Alexey! hi
      Quote: parusnik
      If they went to promote Medvedev, be, be castling.

      There will be castling, of course, but again with Medvedev ... I doubt that the people of the Russian Federation will only quietly wipe themselves off from such spitting. They are not quite alternatively gifted at the top.
      1. +2
        30 January 2023 19: 31
        hi Hello Alexey! It will wipe off .. The political field has been so cleared both from the right and from the left .. Let's wait until June .. but there are vague doubts that someone else will appear .. "Enemies of the people" were .. Now, foreign agents ..
    2. Fat
      +3
      30 January 2023 18: 28
      There will be no "castling", Alexey. Find more alternatives easily. And our "guardians" will slightly direct, such as like Deng Xiaoping - honorably and with authority. There are reasons to think so, although this is only a "crazy version" ... However ...
      "Russia is directly controlled by the Lord God. Otherwise, it is impossible to imagine how this state still exists" (c)
      1. +4
        30 January 2023 19: 43
        Find more alternatives easily.
        Only at home in Edre .. It’s burned on the right .. there are only “alien” .. On the left, there’s simply no one there .. They need a person who will gradually start talking with the West .. This is all rhetoric, we have nothing to talk about with them to talk .. That's for now, they have something to talk about .. Only, other faces should talk from both sides .. And Anatolyich has a lot of masks .. Cartoon, "Eaglet" remember? If not, look, there is a "villain", realizing that the main character is from the future, he begins to try on suits .. to look appropriate .. and with Dima ..
        1. Fat
          0
          30 January 2023 20: 36
          Edru needs a person who is fundamentally incapable of an agreement with the West! For a long time, for the entire time of "sanctions pressure"... Even if with imperial or Soviet rhetoric...
          And yes, ideally, if I have the right to choose a side, then why can't LADIES determine the Fatherland for themselves ??? There is a moment of decisiveness here 08.08.08. The unloved president did not let me down then!
    3. +2
      30 January 2023 19: 07
      Quote: parusnik
      Well, what success have you achieved?

      Negative. In the true propaganda paradigm, a negative achievement is also an achievement. Need to understand.
      And so, of course, it’s sad from such a brazen, primitive and obvious noodles on the ears. However, there are eaters for such a "doshirak" ...
      1. +5
        30 January 2023 19: 45
        You need to understand.
        Otherwise, we don’t understand. A negative result is also a result. smile hi
  5. +8
    30 January 2023 17: 45
    Dmitry Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, explained why Russia, despite all the difficulties, achieved success, in the words of the great Russian poet Fyodor Tyutchev.

    I think it is still necessary to regularly check our government for drug use. I don’t even want to think what substances should be used in order to talk about the success of the Russian Federation today.
  6. +3
    30 January 2023 17: 46
    Medvedev managed to fly 11 times in the UAE to sunbathe.
    Recently returned from Turkey. That other activist
  7. +5
    30 January 2023 17: 48
    Quote: Terenin
    headed by Chubais left, this is already a success.


    In general, yes. Success.
    In China, a dude would get a bullet and go not to Israel (or somewhere there ..) but to the country of eternal hunting.
  8. 0
    30 January 2023 18: 10
    Yes Yes.
    How will the war end, will the Kremlin oppress the country?
  9. -2
    30 January 2023 18: 22
    The problem is who and how teaches: many teachers do not know how to work with text - hence the problems of children's perception of the text. At the Unified State Exam, Moscow asks for concessions in the direction of the student, but at the same time, at least under Tsibulka, absolutely inadequate texts for essays came to the regions, and in the capital - easily and understandably. Today's teacher of Russian and literature is stupid and just a corpse. He does not know how to explain simple texts to a student. Example: ask your children how they will understand Bondarev's text "Despair"? Bunina - "Beauty"? Ouch. We swam.
    The doctor will not save the Ministry of Education. Cremation only.
    The outrageous genius Medvedev will not be able to discover and share the meaning of Tyutchev's verse "Kite".
  10. +5
    30 January 2023 18: 26
    Tyutchev's letter to the editor of the Universal Newspaper, Gustav Kolb, dated the middle of the XNUMXth century
    This letter is very large, how could he have read it all!
    Let me quote a 20th century writer here.
    If we have descendants... I don't mean children and grandchildren, thank God we have them. I'm talking about more distant ones - about great-grandchildren, great-great-grandchildren, about great-great-great-grandchildren ... Now, if, despite everything that is happening in Putin's Russia now, we have such distant descendants, they will not get tired of being amazed: how old their ancestors are, those. we, the victors of fascism and their children and grandchildren, how could we endure a bunch of ignorant, mediocre, deceitful, self-confident scoundrels in power for so many years.
    Bushin V.S.
  11. 0
    30 January 2023 19: 08
    Tyutchev had an illegitimate son Fedor Tyutchev - this is truly a Russian patriot and warrior rose from private to colonel.
  12. +2
    30 January 2023 19: 12
    One simple question, what would Peter I, for example, do with such a character? Probably would have rewarded in full. Other emperors would also reward him.
  13. 0
    30 January 2023 22: 45
    A very strange interpretation of Tyutchev's letter. he had to turn to the cuneiform of Babylon. I think he would have found analogies there. This is the kind of mind you need to have. to pass off a letter from a professional diplomat of the early 19th century as a prophecy of the future, partially explaining today's ... It seems that Medvedev never heard the names of Marx and Ulyanov, etc. Tyutchev had no idea then about socio-economic formations and, being a faithful servant to the tsar and the fatherland, he wrote: France and England are the enemy, Germany is ungrateful, and we defended it, Belgium and the Netherlands are rushing about. Russia is right. because she is Russia. From the point of view of understanding what the enlightened people of the early 19th century thought about, it is informative, but one must be able to work with texts. To begin with, he should at least read Gadamer, so as not to justify the method of mastering modern IT technologies according to the textbook of the University of Leiden in the 1500s, it's stupid. Both ours and foreign ones have long appreciated the work of the rulers of Russia of that time - the Gendarme of Europe.
  14. 0
    31 January 2023 04: 58
    "Genius outrageous" as some write - does one simple job: The one that Western politicians prescribed him, calling him a "postman". Namely, to express the Kremlin's unofficial point of view on the events taking place. Whether you like it or not, clumsily or not, it does. And the addressee of this message is by no means the citizens of Russia, so the rating is on the side.
  15. +1
    31 January 2023 06: 49
    Why are you promoting him lately? who needs it?
  16. 0
    31 January 2023 07: 47
    And what about success? Can Medvedev squeeze out something worthy of his own, except for the possibility of using nuclear weapons?

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