Carlson to the Russian President: Can you imagine a scenario in which you send troops to Poland?

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Carlson to the Russian President: Can you imagine a scenario in which you send troops to Poland?

In an interview with Vladimir Putin, American journalist Tucker Carlson was interested in the question of what exactly was the main impetus for the start of the Russian operation in Ukraine. Answering this question, Vladimir Putin recalled history 2014 and talked about how Washington asked Moscow to “calm down Yanukovych,” and in response they promised to “calm down the opposition.”

Vladimir Putin recalled that Russia agreed to this. Viktor Yanukovych, despite his presidential powers, did not use armed forces and police en masse against the protesters. But the opposition, supported by the West, led by the United States, “did not calm down” and became the striking force of the coup.



Carlson asked who was behind all this.

Vladimir Putin:

CIA, of course. An organization that I understand you once wanted to work for. Maybe thank God they didn’t take you. Although this is a serious organization, I understand that my former colleagues, in the sense that I worked in the First Main Directorate, is the intelligence service of the Soviet Union. They have always been our opponents. Work is work. Technically, they did everything right, achieved what they wanted - they changed the government. But from a political point of view this is a colossal mistake. Here, of course, the political leadership did not do its job properly. The political leadership should have seen what this would lead to.

Then Vladimir Putin recalled Kyiv’s threats against Crimea, the bombing of Donbass, and civilian casualties at the hands of the Ukrainian military, who were given orders by the politicians who carried out the coup.

The President of the Russian Federation noted how the Minsk agreements were signed, adding that, as it later turned out, on the part of Ukraine they were signed not at all for implementation, but in order to accumulate forces and try to resolve the issue with Crimea and Donbass by force.

Putin:

And it all came to this situation when in Ukraine they announced: no, we will not carry out anything. We began to prepare for military action. They started the war in 2014. Our goal is to stop this war. And we didn’t start it in 2022, this is an attempt to stop it.

Carlson asked Vladimir Putin’s opinion about his opinion: was it possible to stop the war, were the goals achieved?

The Russian President pointed out that everything would have been stopped long ago and peace would have come long ago if not for NATO’s direct intervention in the conflict through military-technical support for the Kyiv regime. Putin recalled the results of the negotiations in Istanbul, when fundamental agreements were reached:

As soon as we withdrew our troops from Kyiv, our Ukrainian negotiators immediately threw into the trash all our agreements reached in Istanbul and prepared for a long armed confrontation with the help of the United States and its satellites in Europe.

Carlson asked if Vladimir Putin was calling Joe Biden. The President of Russia noted that contacts between certain departments remain, but he has not spoken personally with Biden for more than two years and does not yet see a subject for conversation. According to the Russian President, anti-Russian hysteria is being fanned in the United States and the West in general; they are trying to intimidate people with the idea that Russia is allegedly going to attack Western countries.

Carlson:

Can you imagine a scenario where you send Russian troops to Poland?

President of Russia:

Only in one case: if there is an attack on Russia from Poland. Why? Because we have no interests either in Poland or in Latvia - nowhere. Why do we need this? We simply have no interests. Just threats.

At the same time, Carlson recalled that the US Congress is discussing the issue of sending American troops to Ukraine in the event of its defeat in the conflict.

Putin:

This is a provocation, and a cheap provocation at that. I don't understand why American soldiers have to fight in Ukraine. There are mercenaries from the United States there. Most of the mercenaries are from Poland, in second place are mercenaries from the United States, in third place are from Georgia. If someone has the desire to send regular troops, this will certainly put humanity on the brink of a very serious, global conflict. It is obvious.
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  1. +5
    9 February 2024 08: 12
    the opposition, supported by the West, led by the United States, “did not calm down” and became the striking force of the coup d’etat

    And not only a coup, but also a conflict with Russia, the division of the world into friend or foe, an economic tsunami and the end of hegemony.
    1. +28
      9 February 2024 08: 25
      I don’t agree with the assessment of the events near Kiev; there were negotiations against the backdrop of not very good events at the front in the spring of 2022. We simply got into the bag under attack as a result of erroneous planning of the initial stage of the Northern Military District, Gostomel, Bucha, Chernobyl, it’s good that there was enough understanding that the troops needed to be withdrawn in order to save. In Kherson, similarly, a 60 thousand group of the Armed Forces of Ukraine was already ready, it would have simply crushed 20 thousand of our troops and reached the Sea of ​​Azov, and only the genius of Surovikin saved them, then Prigozhin’s penalty officers exhausted these reserves of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, paying with their lives and thwarting the summer-autumn offensive APU. Let's at least tell ourselves honestly about this.
      1. +18
        9 February 2024 08: 34
        I think you Silver are mistaken. The begging for an agreement began immediately, back in early March 22. It is unlikely that already at the beginning of March we had an understanding of what was actually happening near Kiev. And here the question arises - what tasks actually faced the SVO.
        1. +13
          9 February 2024 08: 40
          I am making a calculation based on the events at the front in the spring of 2022, this is not true about the original agreement, it all started with the fact that when planning the Northern Military District, they believed that they would quickly reach Kiev with small forces and force Ukraine to change political power after finishing the Northern Military District, with all the preparation taking place against the backdrop of exercises that were hard to miss. An incorrect assessment of events and an extremely small group of troops for such large-scale actions is a miscalculation for which someone paid with their lives.
          1. +11
            9 February 2024 08: 50
            And yet it is not logical - before the start of the Northern Military District they “miscalculated” the calculation of forces and means, and on March 1 they already understood the real state of affairs and began to beg for a “negotiation”. The period of time between February 24 and March 1 is too short to understand the real state of affairs. This means that an agreement with the West was supposed to be reached on February 24th.
            1. 0
              9 February 2024 09: 19
              But this is the logic built directly by you. Is not it?
              1. 0
                9 February 2024 09: 24
                Yes, yes. I just want to understand what really happened and what the actual tasks of the SVO were at the first stage.
                1. +9
                  9 February 2024 09: 33
                  It seems to me that mere mortals like us will probably never even know about this in detail.
            2. +7
              9 February 2024 09: 40
              Quote: Vladimir M
              And yet it is not logical - before the start of the Northern Military District they “miscalculated” the calculation of forces and means, and on March 1 they already understood the real state of affairs and began to beg for a “negotiation”. The period of time between February 24 and March 1 is too short to understand the real state of affairs. This means that an agreement with the West was supposed to be reached on February 24th.

              That’s right, we hoped to defeat the Armed Forces of Ukraine with a quick blitzkrieg and start negotiations, but by March the plans began to crack and losses to grow
              1. +1
                9 February 2024 09: 42
                It is understandable that plans began to crumble. The question is that it was impossible to understand this already by March 1, having started the SVO on February 24.
            3. 0
              9 February 2024 10: 51
              . This means that an agreement with the West was supposed to be reached on February 24th.

              Kyiv begged him. The USA insisted on it. Our side agreed to negotiations, which the Ukrainians did not fulfill
          2. 0
            9 February 2024 10: 04
            I am making a calculation based on the events at the front in the spring of 2022, this is not true about the original agreement, it all started with the fact that when planning the Northern Military District, they believed that they would quickly reach Kiev with small forces and force Ukraine to change political power after finishing the Northern Military District, with all the preparation taking place against the backdrop of exercises that were hard to miss. An incorrect assessment of events and an extremely small group of troops for such large-scale actions is a miscalculation for which someone paid with their lives.


            Do you think that V.V. Putin should have told Tucker all this???

            Sorry, but you are not fit to be president (of any country).
            ps At that time we still had a personnel army, which could have been sent to Ukraine.
        2. +5
          9 February 2024 09: 57
          Quote: Vladimir M
          I think you Silver are mistaken. The begging for an agreement began immediately, back in early March 22.

          As soon as we withdrew our troops from Kyiv, our Ukrainian negotiators immediately threw into the trash all our agreements reached in Istanbul

          We have already heard about this. Has anyone heard about what exactly was agreed upon? Is it really about demilitarization and denazification in the form of our Crimea, our LDPR, the disarmament of Ukraine, the ban on Azov and others like them?... I doubt it. Here the president keeps the secret under seven seals.
          1. +5
            9 February 2024 10: 02
            Lukashenko casually mentioned what they “agreed” about. And there is no reason not to believe Lukashenko..... I think nothing else should have been expected, with Abramovich himself participating in the “agreement”.
            1. +2
              9 February 2024 10: 04
              Quote: Vladimir M
              Lukashenko casually mentioned what they “agreed” about.

              I didn't hear it. Can you briefly describe it?
              1. -3
                9 February 2024 10: 06
                This has been discussed here a hundred times already. In short, Russia abandoned Donbass and rented/rented Crimea for 10 years....
                1. +4
                  9 February 2024 10: 12
                  Quote: Vladimir M
                  In short, Russia abandoned Donbass and rented/rented Crimea for 10 years....

                  These are the conditions of Ukraine. And I ask what exactly was agreed upon in Istanbul and what exactly Ukraine screwed us over.
                  1. -1
                    9 February 2024 10: 31
                    These are not just conditions from Ukraine, but something specifically agreed upon and written down on paper. But Britain needed a further continuation of the civil war in Ukraine. The “agreement” was broken by Borka the Shaggy and they even shot their negotiator. Although this “agreement” was ideal for Ukraine itself.
                    1. +3
                      9 February 2024 11: 42
                      Quote: Vladimir M
                      These are not just conditions from Ukraine, but something specifically agreed upon and written down on paper.

                      Do you want to say that Russia in March-April 2022 was ready to give up Crimea and the LDPR, which it had already included in its composition?
                      Quote: Vladimir M
                      In short, Russia abandoned Donbass and rented/rented Crimea for 10 years....
                      1. -1
                        9 February 2024 11: 44
                        I said what you quoted - these are Lukashenko’s words and I have no reason not to believe him.
                      2. -1
                        9 February 2024 11: 58
                        Quote: Vladimir M
                        these are Lukashenko's words

                        Can I have a link? In my opinion, Ukraine would be for this option with all its hands and feet and would declare it a great victory over the damned. And certainly these agreements would not be violated.
                      3. -2
                        9 February 2024 12: 17
                        Have you been banned from a search engine?
                      4. 0
                        9 February 2024 12: 23
                        Quote: Evgeny Popov_3
                        Have you been banned from a search engine?

                        At ukroresursov - yes. And I perceive these supposed words of Lukashenko as our German friends said in the 90s on video cassettes - “Dust in fantastic!”
                      5. 0
                        9 February 2024 12: 22
                        Look at the VO article “When and how will the SVO end? Reflections on the topic” dated December 24, 2023. There was a discussion there and there are links to videos.
                      6. -1
                        9 February 2024 12: 45
                        Quote: Vladimir M
                        Look at the VO article “When and how will the SVO end? Reflections on the topic” dated December 24, 2023. There was a discussion there and there are links to videos.

                        I looked. Interview with Father Skabeeva:
                        Putin hands me a document that was initialed by the delegations. Normal, even in Crimea - the lease there is kind of long-term, in Donbass, in the east... A normal agreement. If only it were possible now, but now it is no longer possible. Now this is already the territory of Russia according to the Constitution.

                        Isn’t Luke confusing anything here? Crimea became part of Russia in 2014. What kind of rent? Looks like his map, according to which Ukraine was preparing to attack Belarus.
                      7. -4
                        9 February 2024 12: 47
                        Maybe it's confusing, maybe not. At least Lukashenko was not caught in blatant lies.
                      8. 0
                        9 February 2024 12: 51
                        Quote: Vladimir M
                        At least Lukashenko was not caught in blatant lies.

                        I remember his interview from the mid-90s, where he stated that EBN had 200 cars in its motorcade. fellow
                      9. 0
                        9 February 2024 12: 53
                        Is this all a lie that you were able to present to Lukashenko? Just thinking out loud. And yet, it is very strange that no one shows the draft “Istanbul Treaty” except the first page. And the Ukrainians went even further - they simply shot their negotiator.
                      10. 0
                        9 February 2024 13: 02
                        Quote: Vladimir M
                        all of the lies that you were able to present to Lukashenko?

                        I think it’s enough that Ukraine, which was preparing to attack Belarus and which, according to the old man, Russia was ahead of by a couple of days, for some reason could not oppose anything to the Russian army in the first days of the Northern Military District. How one can prepare for an attack like this is a mystery to me with three unknowns. So the dad is a typical politician, he says one thing, thinks another, does another.
                      11. +1
                        9 February 2024 13: 10
                        What does it mean - “for some reason I was unable to oppose anything to the Russian army in the first days of the Northern Military District”? Where did “good will” come from then? And yes, our paratroopers and special units completed their task near Kiev to capture objects 100%, but other units had to work further...
                      12. 0
                        9 February 2024 13: 18
                        Quote: Vladimir M
                        What does it mean - “for some reason I was unable to oppose anything to the Russian army in the first days of the Northern Military District”?

                        This means that I don’t understand how our army was able to get through the enemy’s preparations all the way to Kyiv. Yes, on the very first day she should have gotten bogged down in battles, and not rolled along the asphalt at cruising speed.
                      13. -5
                        9 February 2024 13: 22
                        Don’t you admit that you first let our Army get involved (roll on the asphalt) and only then get stuck? Our airborne and special units were performing their tasks at this time.
                      14. +1
                        9 February 2024 13: 31
                        Quote: Vladimir M
                        Don’t you think that you first let our Army get pulled in (roll on the asphalt) and only then get stuck?

                        Through the troops, in full combat readiness, awaiting the order to enter Belarus, despite the Russian-Belarusian exercises? No I do not think so.
                      15. +5
                        9 February 2024 12: 36
                        Quote: Mordvin 3
                        Russia in March-April 2022 was ready to give up Crimea and the LDPR

                        Comrade wants to say even more than that - that the North Military District was started precisely for the purpose of arranging an agreement and abandoning Crimea and Donbass.
                2. +2
                  9 February 2024 11: 03
                  handed over Crimea
                  This definitely wouldn’t have happened in Russia, so this is most likely disinformation.
                3. +3
                  9 February 2024 11: 57
                  Quote: Vladimir M
                  Russia abandoned Donbass and took/leased Crimea for 10 years

                  So I have a couple of questions.
                  a) So, in your opinion, the North Military District was started so that there would be a reason to agree on the surrender of Donbass and Crimea?
                  b) Do you seriously believe in this cruel nonsense or are you just pretending to do so out of duty?
                  1. -3
                    9 February 2024 12: 26
                    Put the pro-Russian authorities in Kyiv, Ukraine recognizes Crimea as Russia (it is not clear why the Kremlin hoped that all other countries, like the UN, would recognize this), throw the LDPR off the ballast of Moscow.
                    1. +2
                      9 February 2024 12: 34
                      Quote: Evgeny Popov_3
                      Put the pro-Russian authorities in Kyiv, Ukraine recognizes Crimea as Russia

                      You are talking about something else. And above it was stated about the surrender of Crimea and Donbass. And it seems like even the SVO was started for this purpose. What prevented the surrender of Crimea and Donbass without war and its attendant problems is not very clear.
                      Actually, there was a question about the delusion of this statement.
          2. 0
            9 February 2024 10: 30
            The most interesting thing is that the Ukrainian side does not voice the details
            1. -3
              9 February 2024 10: 39
              How can the Ukrainian side voice the fact that Ukraine had ideal conditions and abandoned them?
        3. -2
          9 February 2024 14: 43
          The begging for an agreement began immediately, back in early March 22. It is unlikely that already at the beginning of March we had an understanding of what was actually happening near Kiev.

          At the beginning of March, a week had already passed since the first day.
          If, after a week, such events did not begin the collapse of the regime and there was not even a hint of it, then, given that diplomatic negotiations are not an instantaneous process, it was necessary to start a little earlier.
          Apparently the forces that crossed the border were not initially designed for full resistance from the Ukrainians. Or maybe this became clear already during the first week; after all, there are already many similar examples in practice, and our headquarters are not complete idiots, no matter who thinks so.
          And for the Russian Federation to receive such boilers with such forces is an unaffordable luxury, both in political and purely military terms.
          1. -1
            9 February 2024 14: 57
            Agree - to expect a collapse of the regime in the first week, you have to be a very unintelligent person, and that’s putting it mildly.
            1. -1
              9 February 2024 15: 24
              expect a regime collapse in the first week

              Iraq has had enough.
              Within a week it was clear that the Iraqi army would never be able to provide organized resistance.
              The coalition reached Baghdad in just over two weeks, despite the fact that basically they actually spent more time driving than fighting their way. At the same time, Saddam had already left the city forever.
              The last regular parts ended a month later. It was just necessary to get to them.
              1. 0
                9 February 2024 15: 36
                It is not correct to compare the fighting in Iraq and Ukraine: firstly, the number of forces and means involved by the coalition and Russia differ greatly, how long they bombed that Iraq before the ground operation; secondly, the terrain, in Iraq the desert can be seen for hundreds of kilometers and forests near Kiev, thirdly, rolling equipment through the desert and passing through forests and populated areas, when one settlement smoothly passes into another - as they say, two big differences.... .
        4. -1
          10 February 2024 18: 24
          In March, Putin realized that he had made a mistake, but there was no going back
      2. +4
        9 February 2024 08: 48
        Quote from Silver99
        I don’t agree with the assessment of the events near Kiev; there were negotiations against the backdrop of not very good events at the front in the spring of 2022.

        I agree that the withdrawal of troops suggested itself, and the fact that they were withdrawn, for me personally, aroused understanding. And the fact that they provided a theoretical basis for this is also excellent. They simply took me away due to the prevailing circumstances, and then they demonstrated something like the fulfillment of some kind of agreement. We made the most of our defeat.
      3. +9
        9 February 2024 08: 56
        There was not enough understanding that for a war of this scale it is necessary to carry out mobilization. Preferably before, but possible after if you don’t have enough brains in advance.
        And if mobilization is not carried out at all, then troops will have to be withdrawn regularly. After Kyiv there was Kharkov, then Kherson. Ours have held on ever since. But more than a year has passed since then, and the enemy continues to pump up the army with weapons and people.
        1. +5
          9 February 2024 09: 24
          There was not enough understanding that for a war of this scale it is necessary to mobilize

          I'm embarrassed to ask, but what scale?
          The options are:
          1. Liberate the left bank
          2. Take Kyiv + point 1
          3. Liberate the territory of all of Ukraine
          So, did the supreme power voice any scale other than the vague “denazification-demilitarization” of almost two years ago? Isn’t it possible, almost two years after the failed plan to change power in Ukraine, to bring the goals and objectives into line with reality and announce this to your people?
          1. +8
            9 February 2024 09: 56
            In the interview, the president clearly said what denazification is, but everything was clear about the concept of demilitarization.
            The only thing that personally bothered me in his words, or rather in the logic of his words, is that the President of Ukraine is a puppet of the United States and if the United States decides to negotiate peace at any time convenient for them, then we agree, but he also says that the United States are incapable of agreement and constantly violate their agreements. And why then is our readiness to negotiate?
            1. 0
              9 February 2024 15: 56
              The main thing is that TRIALS in Donetsk and Lugansk for war criminals cannot be “forgotten”! Although they are already coming. But these are “pawns”, and we need the top.
          2. 0
            9 February 2024 10: 00
            Quote: Bully
            Isn’t it possible, almost two years after the failed plan to change power in Ukraine, to bring the goals and objectives into line with reality and announce this to your people?

            The goals were adjusted already in March 2022 in Istanbul - to surrender Crimea and Donbass, but in such a way that it did not look like a shameful capitulation. That is, the restoration of the pre-war status quo. But, as you understand, it is impossible to say this openly.
            1. +2
              9 February 2024 12: 02
              Quote: Wacht an der Spree
              The goals were adjusted already in March 2022 in Istanbul - to surrender Crimea and Donbass

              Quote: Vladimir M
              Russia abandoned Donbass and took/leased Crimea for 10 years

              What amazing unanimity. Coincidence?
              1. -1
                9 February 2024 12: 18
                Quote from: nik-mazur
                What amazing unanimity. Coincidence?

                There was probably a ringing after all.
                1. -1
                  9 February 2024 12: 22
                  Quote: Mordvin 3
                  There was probably a ringing after all

                  I haven't heard this version before.
              2. 0
                12 February 2024 11: 35
                And don't talk. It looks like these are grown-up guys, but they created such a blizzard...
                And Peskov never dreamed of this
            2. 0
              9 February 2024 15: 57
              After Yanyk was cheated, it became clear that they would cheat here too. So everything went as it should.
            3. +3
              9 February 2024 16: 04
              Do you think something has changed now, they will surrender for a dear soul, and will not even wince, they will say for the sake of world peace, and in order to prevent nuclear war, Donbass will be surrendered with the condition of autonomy as part of Ukraine and the return of the status of the Russian language, and Crimea will be leased to 99 years, and under the guise of rent they will pay reparations, the amount will be kept secret, for the restoration of Ukraine, it [Ukraine] will indeed promise neutral status, but this is written with a pitchfork, they will be deceived once again, as soon as everything settles down, they will freely join NATO .
              1. +1
                10 February 2024 19: 48
                Quote from ugos
                Do you think something has changed now, they will surrender for a dear soul, and will not even wince, they will say for the sake of world peace, and in order to prevent nuclear war, Donbass will be surrendered with the condition of autonomy as part of Ukraine and the return of the status of the Russian language, and Crimea will be leased to 99 years, and under the guise of rent they will pay reparations, the amount will be kept secret, for the restoration of Ukraine

                After this, Prigozhin’s march would seem like a cute joke. People won’t understand now
      4. -1
        9 February 2024 08: 57
        Quote from Silver99
        We simply got into the bag under attack as a result of erroneous planning of the initial stage of the SVO, Gostomel, Bucha,

        there is no need to let your president down. If he said that we left of our own free will, then we left of our own free will!!! soldier
      5. 0
        9 February 2024 09: 01
        Why were there few of us there? Couldn't this have been foreseen?
        1. +14
          9 February 2024 09: 10
          It was expected that there would be a lot of “ours”, they would come out with tricolors, and the Ukrainian Armed Forces would sit in the barracks, as in 1968 in Czechoslovakia. Matvienko directly stated that the Russian government did not expect the Ukrainians to resist /stupid woman, the rest were smart enough to remain silent/
          1. 0
            9 February 2024 10: 31
            Quote: Evgeny Popov_3
            It was expected that there would be a lot of “ours”, they would come out with tricolors

            Medvedchuk promised to meet our troops with flowers, pies and vodka.
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        1. 0
          9 February 2024 10: 09
          Quote: ilya63
          Why then did you and all the Europeans abandon their embassies and flee without looking back?

          They always do this. The Americans fled a couple of weeks before the Northern Military District, when we were completely making fun of Biden, not seeing the preparation of our troops point-blank.
      7. -2
        9 February 2024 10: 03
        If everything was so good and here we were so bad! Why then did you and all the Europeans abandon their embassies and run away without looking back?
      8. 0
        9 February 2024 15: 53
        All wrong. We stood around Kyiv for almost a month. Did the General Staff share information with you? They tore up the “anthill” specifically and saw what, where, when. And feed those who are looking sideways (propaganda is the mother of it)... let them do it themselves. But now everything is going towards this - after a complete “Bandera” and a lot of “hemorrhea” in our heads we always, always want Peace. Under any conditions. On your own, on all fours - History repeats itself. Otherwise, the mattresses will make such a mess for them (Libya, Iraq......).
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    3. -3
      9 February 2024 10: 05
      Quote: Irokez
      dividing the world into friend and foe
      This is what fascists have been doing for thousands of years. This was practiced by the ancient Aryans, who came to India, captured it and declared the local - anthropologically different from them - population "untouchables", a lower and despicable caste. Details change over time, but the essence remains the same. Since the Maidan, modern Skakuasoarians have been acting according to the same scheme, only instead of the ethnic external differences of the group, they take into account the internal self-determination of people: “whoever does not gallop,” i.e., does not want to gallop with them, is Russian, cotton wool, etc. .
      1. +2
        9 February 2024 10: 41
        Quote: Stanislav_Shishkin
        This is what fascists have been doing for thousands of years. This was practiced by the ancient Aryans

        Where did you get the idea that the Aryans promoted exactly this? Did you live at that time and do you know how it happened?
        The Aryans, having spread from the territory of Siberia or Altai or nearby territories, went to many parts of the world, including China and India and Iran (Persia) and other states in Europe, not to mention our country. And the fact that India has a caste system does not mean that the Aryans did it - it is also the mentality of the people.
        Hitler and his supernation wanted to be like the achievements and power of the Aryans and therefore wove them into his idea of ​​supermen, while casting a shadow on the Aryans as well as on the swastika symbol.
        There is no need to identify fascists and Aryans.
        1. 0
          9 February 2024 10: 47
          Quote: Irokez
          that in India there is a caste system - this does not mean that the Aryans did it
          Historians don't think so. "Sudras" are anthropologically different as descendants of an autochthonous population from the three higher varnas - the descendants of conquerors who came from the northern side. This is mentioned in their epic.
          1. -1
            9 February 2024 11: 02
            PS
            Quote: Irokez
            There is no need to identify fascists and Aryans.
            Do you think that the German fascists, because of their complete historical illiteracy, called themselves “true Aryans”? One could still assume this about the Skakuasoari, but not against the Germans.
          2. +2
            9 February 2024 11: 08
            You still 100% believe historians who, based on incomprehensible excavations and dating, interpret as they want and put forward the most daring theories.
            Isn’t it clear that history is political and is used as a weapon today and as a career ladder for rank and status.
            Already the events of the last century have turned so upside down that we are not the main ones in the defeat of Hitler and we threw a nuclear bomb on Japan, and here you are talking about the Aryans of the past MILLENNIUM as if it were just yesterday and by the most impolitic historians.
            Sometimes, in order to understand history, you can try to listen to alternativeists, and not just to academicians who stand on the conclusions of past academicians of the Anti-Russians, praising only their blooming garden.
            India, like China and the Indians and the Rus, are separate civilizations with their own mentality and going their own way, just like the Jews, Arabs, Blacks (who are also heterogeneous). By the way, some Arabs also have Aryan blood. Everywhere in ancient times there were all sorts of classes, castes, privileged families, clans, and so on, and even women were not considered people, and this is what the Aryans also did? Don’t draw conclusions about something you don’t know for sure, but you can discredit everything and everyone, and that’s exactly what the fascists, Nazis and Anglo-Saxons are doing.
            And the Germans, represented by Hitler, were obsessed with their exclusivity, mystery, and greatness, just like the Americans today. In the same way, we became friends with numerology and esotericism.
            1. -2
              9 February 2024 11: 24
              Quote: Irokez
              Isn’t it clear that history is political and is used as a weapon today and as a career ladder for rank and status.
              I studied history not today, but in the USSR. If you think that history is opportunistic writing, then why do you cite tales from alternative history as arguments? Or is everything fair there? With Nazi pseudo-historical fantasies about the “Rus” in the 3rd millennium BC. I became familiar with them back in 1986. They were distributed for the collapse of the USSR. According to the same scheme, the ancient Ukrainians dug the Black Sea. You put your beliefs above science, no matter how political it may be considered.
              1. +2
                9 February 2024 11: 33
                Yes Yes. Have you read the history of Russia from Lomonosov? No? Why did his death prevent it from being published? And the story appeared in a German interpretation. Was there writing in Rus'? Or civilized Europe brought it to us, and so on and so forth.
                In short, the conversation is about nothing.
                1. -1
                  9 February 2024 11: 35
                  Quote: Irokez
                  In short, the conversation is about nothing.
                  good
      2. 0
        9 February 2024 14: 57
        This is what fascists have been doing for thousands of years.

        If you decide to remember the Indo-Europeans, then try to remember that a Russian is as Aryan as a Ukrainian.
        And try to think about why there are almost no non-Indo-Europeans on the territory of Europe. Including almost the entire territory of settlement of the Slavs. And Russians too.
        1. 0
          9 February 2024 15: 09
          Quote: English tarantass
          try to remember that a Russian is just as Aryan as a Ukrainian. And try...
          Try to ask your question, if you have one, clearly, and not task me with trying to do something for you.
          1. 0
            9 February 2024 16: 07
            try for you.

            Thinking is primarily for yourself.
            But you don't have to suffer. Otherwise you will overstrain yourself.
            1. 0
              9 February 2024 16: 10
              Quote: English tarantass
              But you don't have to suffer.
              Do you move from instructions to permissions? This is progress, the disease is receding. Now I'm not afraid for you. Next, do it yourself.
              1. 0
                9 February 2024 17: 46
                Next - yourself

                Still overextended myself
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  3. +10
    9 February 2024 08: 19
    Why didn’t he mention a possible attack on Belarus by the Poles? And in vain the guarantor about “We have no interests in Latvia” ... There are so many Russians with the “aliens” box in their passports. It would be better to avoid this topic altogether than this
    1. -1
      9 February 2024 08: 24
      Because for them, by and large, there is no difference between Russia and Belarus, and with Ukraine too
    2. +5
      9 February 2024 08: 26
      Quote: Evgeny Popov_3
      And about a possible attack on Belarus

      For us, Belarus is a brotherly country, but for them it is still the same Russia...
      1. 0
        9 February 2024 16: 06
        For me it's the USSR. And for many! Brotherhood of Nations - POWER! Crushing and eating into pieces is the lot of these “pragmatists” (quote). And salvation in Unity, under any name, does not have to be the USSR. Philosophy though.
    3. +5
      9 February 2024 08: 26
      Quote: Evgeny Popov_3
      Why didn’t he mention a possible attack on Belarus by the Poles?

      The main thing is that he mentioned that Poles live on German soil wink
      1. +3
        9 February 2024 16: 07
        Here he beautifully faces them (pshykov) into the manure.
    4. -1
      9 February 2024 10: 00
      Quote: Evgeny Popov_3
      Why didn’t he mention a possible attack on Belarus by the Poles? And in vain the guarantor about “We have no interests in Latvia” ... There are so many Russians with the “aliens” box in their passports. It would be better to avoid this topic altogether than this

      So he told the truth. Russia will not go to Latvia for the sake of 100 thousand Russians who have temporary citizenship.
    5. -5
      9 February 2024 10: 04
      Evgeny, didn’t you know that our government is anti-Russian, anti-people, so everything is logical, this is the movie..." baby and Carlson"
      1. -1
        9 February 2024 15: 15
        Quote: g0ryachevnn
        movie..." baby and carlson"
        I watched another movie: Baby Carlson. It was the first time he had attended such an interview, like a first-year student attending a serious lecture. I agreed on the terms that there wouldn’t be a show as a genre, but I endured a serious conversation with tension.
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    7. -5
      9 February 2024 10: 38
      Quote: Evgeny Popov_3
      “We have no interests in Latvia” ... There are so many Russians with the “aliens” box in their passports
      This indicates that there are no interests for which one can start a CBO. The question was about a military conflict. Or do you want a war with Latvia because of stamps in the passports of people who don’t even think about leaving there because of this?
      1. 0
        9 February 2024 10: 46
        The question was about the entry of Russian troops into Poland from Carlson. And the guarantor developed the theme that Russia has no national interests in the Baltics
        1. -4
          9 February 2024 11: 40
          That's right, there is no interest in sending troops. Or are you proposing to hit the Baltic states? Rather, you’re not suggesting, but you want to support the myth that the Russian Federation has plans to attack. Why do you want to give them a nightmare here?
          1. +1
            9 February 2024 11: 45
            Yes, any army in the world has or should have plans to attack neighbors (if necessary), at hour X the generals take out the package and carry out the order
            1. -4
              9 February 2024 11: 50
              Don’t prevaricate, you understand that we are talking about long-term plans. Because of the marks in the passport, their citizens do not make any plans. But in case of direct involvement of NATO in the conflict in Ukraine, of course, there is.
    8. 0
      9 February 2024 23: 21
      Why didn’t he mention a possible attack on Belarus by the Poles?

      that all 4 Polish divisions will go on the offensive?
      And in vain the guarantor about “We have no interests in Latvia” ... There are so many Russians with the “aliens” box in their passports. It would be better to avoid this topic altogether than this

      But I’m wondering why they rot there with a mark in their passport and not enjoy it in the Russian Federation?
  4. +8
    9 February 2024 08: 21
    “Trusting Western partners...” is not even an illusion, it is, at a minimum, stupidity.
    The question of an attack on one of the NATO countries... seems stupid to ask, but these are our illusions, over the hill who is thinking about something, the diversity is immense!!!
    1. +4
      9 February 2024 09: 04
      Behind-the-scenes agreements have always been, are and will be. Another thing is that no one will negotiate with those who are 100% likely to cheat. And here the so-called change of power comes onto the scene :)
      1. -2
        9 February 2024 09: 19
        Change of power... and who do we have who won’t negotiate with the enemies of the country?
        1. -3
          9 February 2024 09: 27
          There was one, but somehow he died at the right time, at the beginning of the Northern Military District
          1. +1
            9 February 2024 10: 15
            No, no, solve the riddles yourself.
            More specifically, please.
            1. +2
              9 February 2024 10: 28
              I think the opponent meant Zhirinovsky. He died right at the very beginning of the SVO.
              1. 0
                9 February 2024 10: 54
                Zhirinovsky is a unique, versatile personality, this cannot be denied.
                But in any case, he was a public politician, and their words and deeds don’t always go hand in hand.
                But he is not there, which means there is no point in considering this candidacy, especially regarding his faithful followers, everything is very murky, to be honest.
                1. 0
                  9 February 2024 10: 58
                  I agree with you. Zhirinovsky’s mistake, unless of course he was someone’s project for the people, as an alternative, they say, look, there are people in the opposition. So his mistake, in my subjective opinion, is his shockingness. This is what scared people away from supporting him as a presidential candidate. The man was quite educated politically, many of his predictions came true or are coming true.
                  1. 0
                    9 February 2024 11: 25
                    Every episode of history is a lesson.
                    Public policies, as part of general history, are the same lesson for those who need it, it’s interesting.
                2. +1
                  9 February 2024 18: 10
                  Quote: rocket757
                  But he’s not there, which means it’s pointless to consider this candidate.
                  This is from the series “If Lenin were alive...”, but closer to us in time.
      2. +8
        9 February 2024 09: 43
        If we are going to negotiate with such characters, we must demand iron-clad guarantees that exclude the possibility of cheating!! Does our guarantor even understand in what light he is presenting himself? What kind of statesman is this, who over and over again, for many years, has been scammed with impunity by the same type of dear partners??? Was it not clear from the first time who you were dealing with?

        "If you were deceived once, shame on the one who deceived you, if you were deceived twice, then shame on you..." (with)
        1. -1
          9 February 2024 10: 18
          Quote: paul3390
          it is necessary to demand iron-clad guarantees that exclude the possibility of cheating

          Are you serious?
          Agree with politicians and hope for... but what do they hope for?
          1. +4
            9 February 2024 11: 04
            Absolutely. For example, demand our bases in Tsegabonia. Complete disarmament of the Ukrovermacht is under our control. Our customs officers at all posts to prevent the entry of military cargo. Free sky for our reconnaissance.. And so on and so forth..

            With such guarantees, we can negotiate. And even then - constantly looking around...
            1. +3
              9 February 2024 11: 19
              So what are the GUARANTEES?
              They promise that they will do it all, and then...
              Or first the chairs, then the money?
              In general, all this is murky... until our tanks reach the borders of the USSR, no one will be able to negotiate, and then, we will have to keep our ears open.
            2. -2
              9 February 2024 12: 04
              Quote: paul3390
              For example, demand our bases in Tsegabonia. Complete disarmament of the Ukrovermacht is under our control. Our customs officers at all posts to prevent the entry of military cargo. Free sky for our reconnaissance.. And so on and so forth..

              As for me, this is not much different from the occupation.
            3. -3
              9 February 2024 15: 40
              Quote: paul3390
              For example, demand our bases in Tsegabonia. Complete disarmament of the Ukrovermacht under our control... With such guarantees, we can negotiate.
              Yeah, and also demand to be honest and friendly with us. Under what “such” guarantees? The goals of the SVO were explained to them, but they do not accept them. The SVO will continue without their guarantees until the set goals are achieved, although even here many do not want to see them, or they turn on the fool.
        2. -3
          9 February 2024 18: 14
          Quote: paul3390
          What kind of statesman is this, who, time after time, for many years, has been framed with impunity by the same
          You and others like you are shaping it. Tell me how you should be punished. Well, let’s just get this over with already.
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          2. +1
            10 February 2024 07: 59
            I've already been punished. And it’s hard - I have to periodically read your comments.
      3. -3
        9 February 2024 12: 04
        Quote: Morrigan
        And here the so-called change of power comes onto the scene.
        It doesn’t come out, no matter how hard you try. “What is it, Danila the master, the stone flower doesn’t come out? - It doesn’t come out, doctor.” Here's an anecdote.
  5. +2
    9 February 2024 08: 26
    “...the opposition, supported by the West, led by the United States, “did not calm down” and became the striking force of the coup d’etat...” For the sake of fairness, why should the West “calm down” them, if the coup d’etat was launched with goals”: ​​1 expel the Black Sea Fleet from Crimea, 2 in the near future, unleash a civil war in Ukraine between the Slavs.
    1. 0
      9 February 2024 08: 35
      Quote: Vladimir M
      Why should the West have to “calm them down”?

      In theory, agreements must be fulfilled, BUT you must always remember that you cannot trust swindlers, although they may be at the highest level. There are no more "gentlemen" in the West
      1. +2
        9 February 2024 08: 36
        I think over hundreds of years it has already been possible to understand that agreements with the West are a fiction.
        1. +4
          9 February 2024 08: 57
          He and we were forced into trouble in 2014, and then the troops were withdrawn from near Kyiv “by agreement.”
          What is this, “but it’s not difficult to deceive me, I’m happy to be deceived myself” or more rake?
        2. 0
          9 February 2024 15: 56
          Quote: Vladimir M
          I think over hundreds of years it has already been possible to understand that agreements with the West are a fiction.
          The signed documents are not a fiction, but a basis for oneself to act according to the law, and not in lawlessness, as the partner who violated them acts. No one has yet succeeded in canceling the treaty as an alternative to war, although there have been, are and will be attempts.
      2. +2
        9 February 2024 10: 44
        Quote: Egoza
        There are no more "gentlemen" in the West

        Have they ever been there? The phrase “Englishwoman shits” did not appear today.
    2. 0
      9 February 2024 09: 42
      "Rossiyskaya Gazeta" dated March 26.03.2014, 1995..."In 1994, Bandera's supporters already tried to provoke a war between Ukraine and Russia." Only it was in XNUMX.
  6. +2
    9 February 2024 08: 28
    He said nothing new.
    Rake mode.
  7. 0
    9 February 2024 08: 31
    They all live there with this nonsense that we will attack. don’t interfere with us and you won’t have to be afraid
  8. +2
    9 February 2024 08: 33
    Why is there such indifference towards the Baltic states? surrendering it is a crime.
    1. +4
      9 February 2024 09: 49
      Because NATO cannot be given an even greater reason to accelerate the arms race.
      If Putin had said something like “We’ll destroy Ukraine, and then go to Tallinn and Riga,” it would have united the West even more and would have completely killed any opposition within them.
      Even all sorts of Orban-Fits and others would be obliged to take the side of the opponents of the Russian Federation.

      Therefore, Putin said absolutely correctly.
      If you really need to, you can “change your mind” after Ukraine.
      But I hope it won’t come to war with NATO after all.
      1. +1
        9 February 2024 10: 50
        NATO has already united, now we can talk about Tallinn and Riga, this will not change anything at the moment. But it would be better to tell about the defense of Transnistria. It was a mistake to not mention this at all. I am 99.9 sure that Western people know nothing about the Transnistrian issue. And after the interview with Carlson, they didn’t recognize him either
        1. -2
          9 February 2024 11: 28
          You can talk about Tallinn and Riga, it won’t change anything at the moment.

          You can not.
          It’s Medvedev and other talkers who can tell you anything.
          And to the words of Putin, Shoigu, etc. really listen and draw conclusions from them.
          Now there are 5K troops in the Baltics, relatively speaking. Do you want it to be 50K?
          For what? What will we achieve by throwing phrases like “but tomorrow we will attack the Balinese countries” to the wind? Nuclear weapons near Narva? Do we need it?

          We must first deal with Ukraine somehow. Otherwise we can’t even take it out.
          The elephant should be eaten in parts.
        2. 0
          9 February 2024 11: 37
          But it was enough to put a map of Russia and the PMR in front of Tucker, and silently. It shows that Odessa will have to be taken under control. And not copies of Bogdan’s correspondence
        3. 0
          9 February 2024 16: 09
          United? Who? Don't you see their frustration? Although not everyone sees a gopher.
  9. +4
    9 February 2024 08: 33
    Our president is the same as everyone else, walking on a rake is everything.
    1. 0
      9 February 2024 16: 10
      Who is your president? Biden? Drug dealer? “Please clarify more slowly, I’ll write it down.”
  10. +4
    9 February 2024 08: 35
    ...Can you imagine a scenario where you send Russian troops to Poland?


    ...Only in one case: if there is an attack on Russia from Poland.


    Alas, but personally I see one more:
    - attempted blockade of the Kaliningrad region
    1. +7
      9 February 2024 08: 57
      How does an attack on the Kaliningrad region of Russia differ from an attack on Russia?
    2. +1
      9 February 2024 10: 48
      Quote: svp67
      ...Can you imagine a scenario where you send Russian troops to Poland?


      ...Only in one case: if there is an attack on Russia from Poland.


      Alas, but personally I see one more:
      - attempted blockade of the Kaliningrad region

      But Kaliningrad is no longer Russia, or what?
  11. +14
    9 February 2024 08: 38
    I listened to it this morning, but didn’t say anything about Putin. He retold the story, reminded me once again about the promise not to expand NATO, about the false elections and the 3rd round of Yanukovych, about the coup of 14.
    The problem is that this will be spread into quotes in countries behind the information fence. This will be a discovery for the population of NATO countries, for us, I don’t see the information.
    1. +2
      9 February 2024 09: 59
      Everything is correct. The interview is intended for a Western audience.
      1. +2
        9 February 2024 10: 24
        Quote: Leshak
        Everything is correct. The interview is intended for a Western audience.

        Still, it was necessary to go to the end. Call a fascist a fascist, and not try to steer things smoothly again. Trudeau invited the SS member to the Parliament of Canada, the West supports NEO-FASCISM in Ukraine, so it was necessary to openly admit it.
        Unfortunately, we won’t be friends any time soon. They openly make an enemy out of us, so why feel sorry for their tender ears.
  12. +5
    9 February 2024 08: 40
    Baby and Carlson. laughing The interview, of course, for the collective West, we have heard this 100 times... We were deceived, historical lands. By the way, he really is a master of dialogue, no joke. Carlson asked why you think that the United States and NATO want to attack Russia? And he answered him about the history of Russia and Ukraine... He chatted to the simpleton smile And for denafification - yes, tough, but real outlines. Only words don’t match deeds, until... And it’s high time to thin out the top in Kyiv, since the Chief gives the go-ahead...
  13. +3
    9 February 2024 08: 40
    we have no interests either in Poland or in Latvia - nowhere
    As for Latvia and other Baltic countries. There really is no interest in seizing their territory, but we should not forget that many Russian-speaking and ethnically Russian people live there, who are subject not only to discrimination, but also to direct persecution. And sooner or later, something will have to be decided about this.
    1. +4
      9 February 2024 08: 44
      Let’s be honest, with all the discrimination and persecution, no one among the Russians wants to leave there voluntarily.
      I think that when we resolve the issue with Ukraine (?), we need to restore order at home, fortunately Russia has everything for this, just in the wrong hands
      1. +3
        9 February 2024 13: 27
        why should Russians leave their lands?, Russians there are just as indigenous as the locals
    2. +6
      9 February 2024 08: 57
      By any means, force the Baltic states to leave NATO and pursue a peaceful policy of good neighborliness. Respecting the rights of national minorities. Peace and tranquility must be forced.
    3. +6
      9 February 2024 09: 00
      Ethnic Russians are subject to discrimination in Russia, too, but the Russian government continues to fill the country with Islamists.
    4. +1
      9 February 2024 09: 03
      It seems to me that we are very late in this matter. The humiliations, deprivations of rights, and civil defeats that Russian-speaking people experience there today only confirm this.
      Previously, it was necessary to threaten and, of course!!!, act, but now we look at the contingent bases and helplessly grit our teeth, nevertheless continuing to slowly trade with these Baltic “supermen”!
      And those same Russian-speaking ones, in fact, are no longer Russians at all, since they silently agree to be in the role of inferior, but Baltic non-citizens......
      1. 0
        9 February 2024 21: 27
        sentence for the slightest attempt to carry out any work, everyone is intimidated, they read the correspondence on Facebook
  14. +1
    9 February 2024 08: 42
    Well, what can we say to our GDP, don’t be so gullible, it feels like they are taking advantage of it both here and here.
    1. +6
      9 February 2024 09: 02
      Quote: 75Sergey
      don't be so gullible

      This should rather be attributed to Russian voters who believe in the naivety of the government, which is “deceiving” the entire West, believes that there is no alternative and all sorts of crap that the deputies are talking about.
      Pushkin’s phrase can be applied to many things
      “Ah, it’s not difficult to deceive me!.. I’m glad to be deceived myself!”
      . Only the reasons for “joy” are different for everyone.
      1. -1
        9 February 2024 11: 27
        Well, everyone understood everything, the people in Russia are smart
    2. -10
      9 February 2024 09: 27
      How was Stalin different? I also couldn’t believe that the Nazis would attack the USSR.
      The main thing now is not to waste the flash. In this world it is better to be a villain than an honest kid!
      Why are there agreements? Because they don’t believe that everything is serious! Come on, it was the 45th? They don’t care, they have the resources, they can fight!
      1. 0
        9 February 2024 10: 02
        Quote: Sheptun
        How was Stalin different? I also couldn’t believe that the Nazis would attack the USSR.
        who told you such nonsense?!
        the evacuation of industrial enterprises beyond the Urals did not begin in 41, the attack was expected and prepared for it
        1. Msi
          +1
          9 February 2024 11: 04
          the evacuation of industrial enterprises beyond the Urals did not begin in 41,

          Vladimir, what kind of enterprises are you talking about, I don’t understand??? hi
          1. +2
            9 February 2024 11: 36
            about industrial
            In 1939, the construction of backup enterprises began in the Soviet Union, that is, in fact, the preparation of sites where enterprises could be relocated from territories threatened by occupation. On the Volga, Siberia and the Urals, more than two thousand production sites with communications were built in case of war.
      2. +1
        9 February 2024 11: 32
        Stalin delayed until the last minute, he knew everything, one year was not enough for us!
        In general, looking at the failures of plans before the war to produce only the T-34, it is surprising that he did not personally strangle the plant directors, “knowing his bloodthirstiness,” only this suggests that Khrushchev came up with everything about Stalin.
        1. +2
          9 February 2024 12: 15
          A year wasn't enough for what? In 1942, the Wehrmacht used “Tigers” for the first time near Mga, did we have to wait until they rearmed from “three rubles” and Czechoslovak armored vehicles to “Panthers” and “Tigers”? We also don’t forget about serious developments about nuclear weapons; Hitler only needed six months
          1. 0
            9 February 2024 13: 26
            The Tigers were a response to our KV and T-34, if the Germans had met them later, then their appearance at the front would have been later, if at all.
            1. +2
              9 February 2024 16: 12
              Quote: 75Sergey
              Tigers were a response to our KV and T-34, if the Germans had met them later, then their appearance at the front would have been later, if they had existed at all

              And the answer to what was the fau, me262 (First flight: April 18, 1941 - with a piston engine; July 18, 1942 - with a jet engine)?
              1. -1
                9 February 2024 17: 27
                So what, remember BI-1.
                This is bullshit, your arguments
                We're one year short!
                1. +1
                  9 February 2024 21: 02
                  Quote: 75Sergey
                  This is bullshit, your arguments
                  We're one year short!

                  I read the book by M. Kalashnikov - The Broken Sword of the Empire. There he talks in more detail about the achievements of the Germans and what would have happened if they had more time
    3. +1
      9 February 2024 09: 55
      Are you sure that he is gullible? He simply has no interests, either abroad or within the country.
  15. -1
    9 February 2024 08: 51
    Quote: rotmistr60
    As for Latvia and other Baltic countries

    Yes, everything is clear with this... If they start a war, the Russian Federation will attack them to stop the war, by analogy with Ukraine... GDP said how this is done.
    1. -1
      9 February 2024 09: 04
      That’s the miscalculation, a provocation was needed at the border in order to then legally solve the problem.
      And then straight to the forehead!
      1. +1
        9 February 2024 09: 12
        They didn’t even shake a test tube at the UN
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  17. +3
    9 February 2024 09: 20
    Vladimir Putin recalled that

    Reminded me of all the deceptions! ...Or not all?
  18. +4
    9 February 2024 09: 26
    ..we have no interests either in Poland or in Latvia - nowhere

    Herase! By the way, Latvia - and not only - is full of Russians. The Baltics are threatening to block either the land route or the sea route to Kaliningrad, and we have no interest there?
    I believe that there is interest, and what kind of interest, at least the time has not yet come to declare
    1. +2
      9 February 2024 10: 00
      Quote from borisvt
      The Baltic Sea threatens to block either the land route or the sea route to Kaliningrad

      she doesn't threaten, she blocks
  19. +5
    9 February 2024 09: 35
    In Istanbul, according to the President, we were again ready to believe the agreements! Neither the experience of 14 years, nor the "grain deal", NOTHING will change our desire to believe in the negotiability of the "partners"! Blessed is he who believes...
    1. +1
      9 February 2024 10: 35
      They don’t believe because they are naive, they believe out of fear. When a person doesn’t know what to do, he comes up with something inexplicable and begins to believe in it. This is a kind of adaptive function of the body to relieve stress and not go crazy. It’s one thing when you’re scared that you’ll die and just decompose in the ground, and another thing is that you’re in heaven and life continues in the consciousness familiar to a person. Otherwise our psyche will perish. So it is here, to say that you are afraid is scary, but to refer to the fact that you were deceived, and now you are no longer a coward, you are just honest but deceived. It's simple.
  20. +6
    9 February 2024 09: 38
    To be honest, this is a surprisingly toothless and colorless interview; it seems that the questions for Carlson were prepared or approved by Peskov. There was no need for the State Department to worry.
  21. 0
    9 February 2024 09: 43
    A strange question about communicating with grandfather Bidon. Putin is not a psychiatrist to talk to Biden.
  22. +1
    9 February 2024 09: 58
    E-my! How can one not remember the non-commissioned officer’s widow who “flogged herself”!? It turns out that in an interview with Carlson, Putin admitted that he was to blame for not putting out the fire that broke out near the borders of Russia! Imagine...: A supermarket caught fire, and nearby there was a kindergarten and a city hospital... The city firefighters gathered to put out the fire, but then "suspicious individuals in tattoos" came from somewhere from outside and said that it was our supermarket and they would put it out We will do it ourselves...we brought our own firefighters too! “Okay,” the “mayor of the city” answers, looking at the bulging pockets of the “visitors” and wondering if there are brass knuckles in there - put them out! Then we’ll also save on the fire! And he leaves for his dacha, taking away the “chief of the fire station” too! Absurd! -you say? But exactly this “absurdity” actually happened in Russia and border Ukraine!
    And the reason for this absurdity was Putin! Our “eternally deceived” and “immensely gullible” president!
    1. Msi
      0
      9 February 2024 10: 42
      Our “eternally deceived” and “immensely gullible” president

      So our people are the same... Our president was chosen by the people...
      1. +1
        9 February 2024 11: 08
        Quote from Msi
        So our people are the same... Our president was chosen by the people.

        Well, as the “Highest Wisdom” puts it...: “The people have a leadership that “has” it!” Let me remind you of the example with Yeltsin! On the eve of the next presidential election in 96, the EBN rating ranged from 2% to 5%... Only ! And EBN still “won”! How ? A mystery "shrouded in darkness"! All that remains is to “guess”! (However, once information flashed on the Internet that the storage facilities with election ballots were suspiciously quickly destroyed... ahead of schedule! And also... a certain “person” close to Yeltsin at that time “let slip” that the plan had been adopted armed putsch, if EBN loses the elections!) So....if you can’t, but “really want to”, then......!
        1. Msi
          -2
          9 February 2024 11: 11
          And also... a certain “person” close to Yeltsin at that time “let slip” that a plan for an armed putsch had been adopted in the event of EBN’s loss in the elections

          There was similar information somewhere. They wouldn’t just give up power.
          So...if you can’t, but “really want to”, then

          Well, some of the votes were clearly cast for Yeltsin.
          But you know, now the majority of people are for Putin. The President is still trusted.
          1. +2
            9 February 2024 11: 44
            Quote from Msi
            the majority of people are for Putin. The President is still trusted.

            So, I already said: “The people have the kind of leadership that they “deserve”! Remember Europe in the thirties of the last century...then people also trusted their leaders!
          2. +2
            9 February 2024 16: 14
            Quote from Msi
            But you know, now the majority of people are for Putin

            No need to speak for everyone
            1. Msi
              0
              9 February 2024 16: 25
              No need to speak for everyone

              Now the majority of people are for Putin

              I think I wrote clearly...
  23. +1
    9 February 2024 09: 59
    Carlson to the Russian President: Can you imagine a scenario in which you send troops to Poland?
    just one question, why?!!!
    the deployment of troops must pursue some goals, that is, without the action of Poland there will be no counteraction from the Russian Federation
  24. +5
    9 February 2024 10: 18
    I have a mixed feeling from the president's interview. If I were a politician, I would probably say that it is as it should be. But as a person and a citizen of his country, I was left with a residue. Phrases about “partners” were heard again, repeated readiness for negotiations and other points. Time will tell which of me was right.
    1. Msi
      0
      9 February 2024 10: 44
      But as a person and a citizen of his country, there was a residue

      I don’t know about you, but I haven’t had any illusions for a long time... I haven’t said anything new.
      1. +6
        9 February 2024 10: 46
        Well, the arithmetic mean has always been clear to me. For me personally, one thing is incomprehensible, the pathological servile desire to become part of the Western world. I just can’t understand that’s all.
        1. Msi
          +1
          9 February 2024 10: 48
          For me personally, one thing is incomprehensible, the pathological servile desire to become part of the Western world.

          I don’t know, at some point, as Zadornov said, the program went wrong...
          Tell me hi did you support Putin in the elections? Or Edro?
          1. 0
            9 February 2024 10: 50
            I voted for the president, but did not vote for parties.
            1. Msi
              -1
              9 February 2024 10: 52
              I voted for the president, but did not vote for parties.

              It’s strange... Why didn’t they vote for Yedro, since the president supports this party?
              1. 0
                9 February 2024 10: 55
                Because the president is one person, and I at least see and read him, and the party is a community, even if there are 5 true patriots and honest people, deputies, the rest may not be like that.
                1. Msi
                  0
                  9 February 2024 11: 05
                  Thank you, I heard your position.
                  1. 0
                    9 February 2024 11: 06
                    Always for discussion with arguments. And thank you.
        2. 0
          27 February 2024 19: 44
          Well, what’s not clear here, he clearly said, we are your “bourgeois”, we even destroyed the Union in order to be with you, we asked to join NATO, but you still don’t let us in, so we decided to come to you by force , you don’t let me in the door, we’ll get in through the window, and we’ll still be partners.
    2. 0
      9 February 2024 11: 10
      multiple ready to negotiate
      This was said with the aim of shaking the legend about Putin’s bloodthirstiness propagated in the West.
      1. +1
        9 February 2024 11: 13
        If I remember correctly, you seem to live in the states? If yes, then you probably understand the situation more fully from the inside, living in the states. And then I wash my hands of it, because you really know better being there. If I made a mistake and got everything wrong, then I apologize, but at the same time I accept your opinion.
        1. 0
          9 February 2024 11: 17
          live in the states?
          In northeast London. But the information field is practically the same, and so, I’m saying what I see from here. I share my observations and understandings, so to speak.
          1. 0
            9 February 2024 11: 19
            Sorry for the inaccuracy. It’s just that you somehow indicated in a conversation with comrades that you live abroad. Apparently it was postponed, but I didn’t remember that this was Britain. Thanks for clarifying. And yes, the information field is the same, no doubt.
            1. 0
              9 February 2024 11: 20
              Sorry for the inaccuracy.
              Not a problem - the local “patriots” registered me in Israel laughing . And it's too hot there - I grunt Yes .
              1. +2
                9 February 2024 11: 23
                Well, sometimes I am guilty of this, seeing the newly registered as exiled Cossacks. Sometimes I hit the mark, sometimes I’m wrong, but this is a person who was banned and registered again))
  25. 0
    9 February 2024 11: 51
    Russia's interest in the Baltic states is the same as in Ukraine - not NATO expansion to the east.
    1. 0
      11 February 2024 18: 10
      Quote from: berlaga2005
      Russia's interest in the Baltics is the same as in Ukraine - not NATO expansion to the east

      So it has already expanded, and the Baltic states for a long time. Plus Finland and Sweden
  26. -1
    9 February 2024 11: 55
    Quote: Vladimir M
    This has been discussed here a hundred times already. In short, Russia abandoned Donbass and rented/rented Crimea for 10 years....

    What kind of people are they without security? On the outskirts, a lot of things are discussed hundreds of times, but this does not help them. Crimea for rent? And with this money we will drink kava in Europe - dreams, dreams.
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  27. 0
    9 February 2024 16: 13
    Carlson is smart and his coco is made of the right stuff, but the Supreme is cooler. So much so that CNN only showed snippets of the interview, and even then without sound! Corrupts the devils from the words of the righteous...
  28. +1
    9 February 2024 21: 18
    Quote from Silver99
    I am making a calculation based on the events at the front in the spring of 2022, this is not true about the original agreement, it all started with the fact that when planning the Northern Military District, they believed that they would quickly reach Kiev with small forces and force Ukraine to change political power after finishing the Northern Military District, with all the preparation taking place against the backdrop of exercises that were hard to miss. An incorrect assessment of events and an extremely small group of troops for such large-scale actions is a miscalculation for which someone paid with their lives.

    What kind of teachings? There are 5-15 thousand people at the exercises. And there, in February 2022, 120 thousand were concentrated near the border. Do you understand what kind of logistics it is to feed and keep 120 thousand people in the field in winter?
    1. 0
      11 February 2024 18: 12
      Quote: AC130 Ganship
      Do you understand what kind of logistics it is to feed and keep 120 thousand people in the field in winter?

      Well, now the logistics are working
  29. 0
    9 February 2024 21: 20
    Quote from: berlaga2005
    Russia's interest in the Baltic states is the same as in Ukraine - not NATO expansion to the east.

    In fact, NATO expanded the Baltic states to the east a long time ago
  30. 0
    9 February 2024 21: 27
    I watched the entire interview. In some places, the simultaneous translation was not absolutely literal, although, of course, high-level professionals are employed there.. You will need to look for the recording in the original.
    I wonder if in the US they will show the entire interview on pro-Republican channels? The fact is that the average American Joe from Idaho or Oklahoma cares deeply about both Ukraine and Russia, and not everyone can even find them on the map
  31. +3
    10 February 2024 00: 54
    I hope I'm wrong, but instead of the Munich speech 2, I heard readiness for Khasavyurt2. Who is our Guarantor going to negotiate with? 404 is not sovereign, the West is not negotiable. What was the interview about? Historical information and complaints about those whom he called partners.
  32. +1
    10 February 2024 05: 37
    Washington asked Moscow to “calm down Yanukovych,” and in response they promised to “calm down the opposition.” Why did Putin need to calm down Yanukovych if there was a planned coup, this is just some kind of absurdity!!! The Supreme Commander fixed something specifically.
  33. kig
    0
    10 February 2024 06: 11
    Poor Carlson, you can’t even imagine how many different scenarios our President has
  34. 0
    10 February 2024 11: 16
    Clash of the Titans...
    There are two people in the auditorium. One listens to the battle of the titans, the other talks about the battle of the titans.
    And they both look eye to eye. It's complicated. Look, hear and don’t ask unnecessary questions.
  35. +4
    10 February 2024 11: 20
    So gullible - he is led by the nose by everyone, Western partners, Russian intelligence and senior executives, Ukrainian negotiators and Turkish...
  36. +2
    10 February 2024 11: 26
    And he doesn’t know why the Bolsheviks did this to Ukraine.
    Tell him there
    The fight against Great Russian chauvinism, in the 2010s it was called Russian fascism, now it has died down out loud, but in general everything continues in the same spirit


    Threat
    They began to call the same Russian spring the Crimean
    There are some Russian speakers everywhere, some English people who know Russian
  37. +1
    10 February 2024 13: 14
    "imagine a scenario in which you send troops to Poland?"????
    Question to Carlson: why “send troops”???
    It’s simpler and more efficient to SEND five 50 Mtn ICBMs to Poland.
    A “black” sanitary safety zone will appear for 100 years.
    So what about NATO???? Do you NEED this???
    Please sir...
  38. +1
    10 February 2024 15: 06
    As soon as we withdrew our troops from Kyiv, our Ukrainian negotiators immediately threw into the trash all our agreements reached in Istanbul


    Quote from the book "The Art of War"

    War is a way of deception, the constant organization of false attacks, the spread of misinformation, the use of tricks and tricks.

    For the 70-year-old Supreme Commander-in-Chief of a huge country, after more than 20 years of rule, it’s time to familiarize himself with the treatises of the sages and not every time pretend to be an “offended third-grader” who was once again deceived by “bad boys”...

    “Ah, it’s not difficult to deceive me! I’m happy to be deceived myself!” (A.S. Pushkin)

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