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And again about revolution and counter-revolution

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And again about revolution and counter-revolutionThese days - several bloody anniversaries connected with the so-called “Arab spring”. 15 March 2011 - the beginning of a conflict-inspired conflict in Syria, unrest in the city of Daraa. The fact that the world media hastened to christen “revolution. 17 March 2011 - Adoption of the UN Security Council resolution 1973 number on the introduction of the so-called "no-fly zone" over the Libyan Jamahiriya. And, as a result, 19 of March is the beginning of the NATO barbaric bombardment of Libya, again, ostensibly in support of the “revolution”.


A little earlier, 8 in March, Syria celebrated the 60 anniversary of the present 1963 Revolution, which resulted in the Arab Socialist Renaissance Party taking power. This revolution was a big step in the development of the country and the identity of the nation, served as a stimulus for Soviet-Syrian relations. Many villages have become cities. Free education and medicine appeared in the country. Infant mortality has decreased, the population has increased significantly. It should be noted that this revolution in Syria took place in a peaceful way (just like the true Libyan revolution of the year 1969). But in our years in both countries there are counter-revolutions, which have flooded their lands with blood.

“Back to the Middle Ages,” it was precisely these words that pseudo-revolutionaries in both countries could have written on their black banners. What hinders for this? Infrastructure? Down with her! In Libya, its facilities were destroyed by NATO troops from the air, in Syria - by the hands of hired terrorists. People are hindering - scientists, poets, actors, doctors, athletes - get rid of them! And the best national cadres are being killed meanly, from around the corner, bombs are being laid under the bottoms of their cars at night. Who else bothers to throw the country back? Of course, ordinary people who do not want to go into the darkness. And they are killed in terrorist attacks, fired from mortars, attacked peaceful cities and villages ...

The essence of the militants of the so-called "opposition" is clearly visible even in this short episode. A video was distributed on the Internet in which fighters of the “opposition” caught an elderly person in the city of Aleppo. This man became a local celebrity - a harmless eccentric loved to wear all the yellow. He, the father of three children, dreamed of making all people happy and believed that wearing sun-colored clothes could bring him closer to this goal. In the pre-crisis years, the Al-Arabiya TV channel even made a report about it, which now splashes saliva against Syria. And this “solar man” was detained by pseudo-revolutionary militants. The video shows how they beat the old man, humiliate him, pull his hair and mustache, make him say curses. The whole process of trampling on human dignity is filmed for the edification of those whom they consider “government spies”.

The problem with the militants is that in this case they need to declare almost the entire city of Aleppo to be agents of the government. Recently, mass demonstrations of residents took place just a few blocks away, which demanded that the terrorists move away from Aleppo. People carried portraits of the legitimate president and chanted the slogan “Allah, mhaye jeish”, which means: “God bless the Army!” Yes, similar demonstrations in Aleppo were before, but this time they were distinguished by their enormous mass character.

The anger of the inhabitants of Aleppo is caused not only by the mockery of pseudo-revolutionaries over innocent people, but also by the unprecedented barbarity with which the bandits relate to historical the sights that this city was rightly proud of. Already had to write that 7 ancient covered markets of Aleppo were burned, which in the old days attracted numerous tourists, created a unique oriental flavor and were not only ancient monuments, but also a symbol of economic prosperity of the northern capital of Syria. The fact that the Umayyad Great Mosque - the largest in Aleppo - was burned by militants and its southern wall was blown up. This list continues to populate. The historical library of Aleppo city was looted, in which there were more than 750 unique ancient books. It also housed ancient scientific instruments and other relics. Now all this is being sold somewhere outside of Syria and settles in the hands of private collectors.

The revolution is aimed at protecting the common people, above all, the workers and peasants. The Syrian counter-revolution is directed against the workers and peasants. Workers are killed at power plants and other facilities, killed when cleaning the streets, when they honestly perform their work duties, and this had to be written many times. Such cases were in the city of Aleppo, the provinces of Damascus and Homs ...

So how do “freedom fighters” deal with the peasants? This is eloquently illustrated by the incident that occurred on March 16-17 in the village of Umm al-Heyer in the Syrian province of Hasak.

At first, the bandits tried to plunder agricultural objects, warehouses with grain and fodder, however, local peasants opposed this attempt. There was a clash, in which one woman from the village was killed. But they did not let the terrorists rob. The next day, they decided to take revenge on the recalcitrant village and approached him with mortars. As a result of the shelling, 25 people were killed and wounded, 7 houses were destroyed.
Peculiarly, the bandits "celebrated" the two-year anniversary of their counter-revolution in Damascus. This crime is monstrous in its cynicism - 3 mortar shells fired on the densely populated residential area of ​​Al-Bakhtiyar. Two of them pleased the orphanage. 3 people died, 50 injured. Among the victims are many children, including small ones.

The bloody "feast" continues, and the gangsters fired at the Qaboun and Barze quarters yesterday, killing two people and injuring 8.

It is difficult to say what kind of pseudo-revolutionary slogans the criminals managed to bring to their black activities 26-year-old disabled student Hussein Marvan Al-Zoubi, who was arrested by law enforcement officers and gave recognition on the Syrian state television channel. He talked about how he laid an explosive device near the bus station in the village of Somariya.

The young man studied at the Faculty of Law, University of Damascus. The state granted him, as a disabled person, numerous benefits. He studied for free, despite the fact that he did not score the necessary number of points. The state provided him with a workplace, and 50% discount on air tickets, telephone and Internet payments. In general, not only the state, but society also cared for him as an invalid - such people here are constantly trying to help, and, of course, they are above suspicion. That is why the choice of terrorists fell on him when they were looking for the perpetrator of the terrorist attack.
Hussein was given an explosive device. He went to Somaria by bus and put his luggage under the seat - in case of a sudden check and search of the bus, he could have said that he had nothing to do with him, they say, he almost became the first victim of the terrorist attack. Arriving at the bus station, he found an opportune moment and stuck an explosive device under one of the many cars parked near the building. Then calmly, as if nothing had happened, he went to work. Another terrorist, having waited until his “comrade-in-arms” leaves, has detonated an explosive device.

It would seem that a person who has numerous benefits from the state (which, by the way, became possible precisely because of the long-lasting and true March Revolution 8), should not avenge him, it is not clear why. It would seem that a law student should be aware of how his actions comply with the law. It would seem that a disabled person should understand that he is waiting for other people who, as a result of the terrorist act committed by him, may remain disabled for life. But for some reason none of these considerations stopped the young terrorist.

This once again clearly shows that the pseudo-revolutionaries are completely alien to moral principles. We can say that they are not related to humanity at all.

Meanwhile, France and the UK are even ready to go against the European Union, just to realize the intention to arm these terrorists. Hollande and Cameron are trying to speed up the discussion in the EU of the question of lifting the embargo imposed by them. weapons to Syria. The fact is that the embargo was imposed against the legitimate government, but now it has become some legal obstacle to the legalization of the supply of weapons to the so-called “opposition”.

There are disagreements on this issue in the EU. Germany and Austria oppose such a move, fearing the growth of the terrorist threat. However, Paris and London declare that they are ready to spit on the European Union and arm the rebels even without this decision. According to them, the only way to achieve "change in Syria." Moreover, against this background, these countries, as well as the US Department of State, strongly urge Russia to completely abandon the supply of defensive weapons to the legitimate leadership of Syria, although, unlike their actions, there are no violations at all.
Valuable recognition, however! In other ways, therefore, the victory of what they call a revolution is impossible. Despite the fact that the militants have already delivered a lot of weapons. How do they fire at orphanages and residential neighborhoods?

Now, those involved in the sale of weapons in these countries already want to fully profit from their bloody business, and they don’t care how many children are disabled as a result of the shelling of the orphanage, how many peasants defending the country's bread have been killed, how many shrines incomprehensible they civilized destroyed. Let more blood be shed, more people will be left homeless, more valuable relics will disappear without a trace, but gun bosses will receive a replenishment of bank accounts. As they say, business and nothing personal.

But I would like to ask those who still believe in the Syrian "revolution" who was not even sobered by the fate of Libya destroyed by the NATO members - what is the use of revolutions made by the hands of bandits and weapons supplied by the colonial powers?
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  1. Sakhalininsk
    Sakhalininsk 19 March 2013 09: 05
    +6
    Syria is perhaps the most vivid example of falsity, blackening of white and the application of double standards from the countries of advanced shit democracy.
    1. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith 19 March 2013 17: 54
      +2
      Syrian Air Force strikes militants in Lebanon



      The fighters of the Syrian Air Force on March 18 attacked the positions of the bandit formations in Lebanon. The rockets were fired at the area near the village of Arsal. Lebanese media reported that there were no casualties as a result of the airstrikes, as the explosions took place "in an open area."

      Syrian air strikes on Lebanon occurred for the first time since the start of the civil war. Earlier, Damascus has repeatedly warned the authorities of this country about the possibility of an attack by militants in the border areas. The Syrian Foreign Ministry protested against the constant violation of the border by gangs and called on the Lebanese army to restore order in this region.

      Only on March 17, according to Syrian media, at least three convoys of militants' vehicles traveling from Lebanon to Syria were destroyed on the Lebanese-Syrian border. Two of them were destroyed directly at the border, in an attempt to unauthorized crossing, the third - already in Syria.

      Last week, information appeared on social networks that about 2000 militants were trained in Lebanon, ready to join the "freedom fighters" in the provinces of Damascus and Homs.

      Already in the period from March 3 to 10, there were reports of violation of the border by individual groups of militants, but on March 17 they decided to launch an offensive with groups of several hundred people, which caused the Syrian air force to defeat motorized convoys of the gangs, first at the border, and then on the territory Lebanon.
    2. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith 19 March 2013 17: 56
      +2
      Former French Prime Minister calls for a no-fly zone over Syria



      Former French Prime Minister Francois Fillon, who held this post from 2007 to 2012, said that it is necessary to establish a no-fly zone in Syria. A statement was made on the eve of Fillon's arrival in Moscow to participate in an international conference.

      "If we want to prevent (Bashar) Assad's planes from bombing the rebels, we should do the same as it was in Libya - introduce a ban on flights ..." - Fillon said on Tuesday on the radio station rtl. But for this, he added, the consent of the UN is necessary, which is impossible to obtain due to the position of Russia, RIA Novosti reports.

      Russia has repeatedly stated that it will not allow the development of events in Syria according to the "Libyan scenario" and create the so-called "security corridors" and "no-fly zones" with the support of the air forces of other states. Despite this, over the past six months in Syria, in fact, "security corridors" have already been created in the provinces of Aleppo and Idleb. Here militants control several border crossings.

      At the same time, François Fillon believes that the supply of weapons to the Syrian rebels is dangerous because it is impossible to predict what actions they will take tomorrow. "Everyone knows that they have weapons (which) are supplied by the countries of the Persian Gulf .... The supply of weapons is fueling an endless civil war ... And I think it is dangerous," the former prime minister said. French President François Hollande has previously called on EU member states to lift the embargo banning the supply of weapons to the Syrian opposition. French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said that Paris and London can independently decide on the supply of weapons to Syria.

      Fillon is scheduled to meet with Russian State Duma Speaker Sergei Naryshkin on Wednesday. On Thursday, Fillon will take part in the conference "Russia - European Union: Opportunities for Partnership", which will also be attended by the President of the European Commission Jose Manuel Barroso. Former French Prime Minister to discuss prospects for cooperation between the EU and Russia.
      1. Lord of the Sith
        Lord of the Sith 19 March 2013 18: 05
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        And here is the latest video from Syria

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        1. Hunter thomson
          Hunter thomson 19 March 2013 18: 52
          0


          Damascus accuses rebels of using chemical weapons
          19.03 15: 02 MIGnews.com

          On Tuesday, March 19, Syrian Information Minister Omran al-Zoabi accused the rebels of using chemical weapons in the northern province of Aleppo. According to him, as a result of this attack 16 people were killed and 86 injured, most of them in critical condition.

          Zoabi said Turkey and Qatar, which support rebels fighting to overthrow the regime of President Bashar al-Assad, bear "legal, moral and political responsibility" for the attack, state television reported.

          According to SANA, the rebels launched a rocket with a charge of chemicals in the Khan al-Asal region.

          "The terrorists fired a rocket containing chemicals in the Khan al-Asal area near Aleppo. Initial estimates indicate that about 15 people were killed, most of them civilians," SANA reported.

          Syrian officials did not confirm or deny the possibility of using chemical weapons by government forces, but according to them, if the arsenal existed, it would be used to protect against external aggression, and not against the Syrians.

          The Syrian rebel commander denied in the state press a statement that opposition forces were behind the chemical attack in Aleppo.

          “We heard about the attack on Khan al-Asal, and we believe that it was SCUD-type rockets with chemicals. And suddenly we learned that the regime accuses us of using these weapons. I declare that the insurgents are not behind this attack.” - says Qasim Saadeddin, the representative of the high military council in Aleppo.

          Earlier, representatives of several Western countries, including the United States, expressed concerns that the Syrian authorities could use chemical weapons to combat the rebels.

          US Secretary of State John Kerry recently said that the longer the war goes on, the more likely it is that extremists will get a huge arsenal of chemical weapons in their hands.
          1. Hunter thomson
            Hunter thomson 19 March 2013 18: 55
            +1
            It seems that the bandits got somewhere chemical weapons. Provocation? I don’t believe in the fact that Assad left the reels and decided to commit suicide. But let's see how the French will react with the British.
            1. igor.borov775
              igor.borov775 20 March 2013 09: 52
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              They already reacted to them, they didn’t give a damn whether or not they made the main decision. Do not hope for any compromise. The goal is clear. Down with Russia from the Middle East. It’s bad that our authorities realized that they’re stupidly driving us into our territory, they’re depriving us of the opportunity to conduct normal trade in all directions our investments are turning into a loss, Already since about 2008, we have been limited in everything whatever the powers that be say, What the most annoying is our elite can’t even do anything, all the accumulation and management of companies there over the hill, try to rest right away where the crayfish wintering and who is the boss in the house, A simple example of CYPRUS, It has long been noticeable that even our very powerful companies say they are being squeezed out of places where they felt fine, You should not really hope that Syria will stand up, They will not let the Yankees begin to pull themselves up, Case for Iran, there, too, ours were so carried away by the reboot that they stepped on their own interests. Now the old democrats are clearly preparing to closer to our borders, While we are being driven home, and we will not see any economic recovery, they will simply be hindered by all available measures, It was clear right after the President voiced about the construction of new enterprises And we have a lot of assistants to slow down this process, One year has already passed, so-so breakthroughs, everything is in place and everything is fine, the Duma is busy with laws and accusing each other not of patriotism; the funniest thing is these patriots successfully pay taxes in a foreign country and they teach us to love the Motherland, I have one feeling and in countries of democracy the same Germany France Italy it is possible, Well, why we have such an ugly state, It turns out that the promises made by the President to create jobs look like a chimera like many other facts while the stubborn thing is they interpret that there is no shift, Maybe they will correct me and let me know that this the region is no longer subsidized, I believe that something is being done in the right direction
  2. PISTOL
    PISTOL 19 March 2013 09: 42
    +3
    Many say that all this may end in 2013, I really hope so, because West do not care how much and who dies in Syria
    1. Hunter thomson
      Hunter thomson 19 March 2013 10: 48
      +1
      Not no, and although the ratings of this series are obviously falling (judging by the number of open spaces and comments falling from week to week), I think this series is not inferior to the ten-year epic "Santa Birbar". But seriously, peace will not be there for a very long time, Assad wins or loses.
      1. Ascetic
        Ascetic 19 March 2013 13: 05
        +4
        Quote: Hunter Thomson
        But seriously, the world will not be there for a very long time, Assad will win or lose.


        Firewood will be thrown up little by little to keep Syria closed for the transportation of gas and oil until the Leviathan is divided. The situation, neither ours nor yours, suits everyone. The situation is stalemate and none of the big players is trying to make the first move, because this is not chess. not the fact that the one who makes the first move will certainly win.
        By the way, the discovery of this field was not a good thing but the beginning of the end for the project of the Israeli state, for many it would seem nonsense, but Moses was a wise man when he found for the Jews the only place where there was no oil, the Prophet looked at the water. However, this is their business, where to make the next Exodus .. Is there oil in Uganda? (as far as I know the French are developing something there)
        1. Hunter thomson
          Hunter thomson 19 March 2013 13: 13
          +1
          Leviathan has nothing to share, he is completely in the exclusive economic zone of Israel. (look at the map more closely) Israel has already concluded all agreements on the division of the water area with Cyprus, and no reconnaissance has been carried out in the Syrian and Lebanese EE.
          1. Ascetic
            Ascetic 19 March 2013 13: 37
            +1
            Quote: Hunter Thomson
            Leviathan has nothing to share, he is completely in the exclusive economic zone of Israel. (look at the map more closely) Israel has already concluded all agreements on the division of the water area with Cyprus, and no reconnaissance has been carried out in the Syrian and Lebanese EE.


            I’ll upset you a little, alas EVERYTHING BEGINS ONLY, but real money and power do not like publicity. While phalometry is involved in supporting countries, the main players are still in the shadows.

            The US government is very interested in sharing future revenues from developing oil and gas fields and would like Noble Energy Company to receive the lion's share - 60% of the deal, and Greece and Turkey would limit themselves to 20% of revenue each.
            Leviathan, this mythical sea monster, creates serious tension in the Eastern Mediterranean. Minister for European Union Affairs in the Turkish government, Egemen Bagis, said that if the Cypriot government drills exploratory wells, Turkey is ready to conduct a military operation in the Mediterranean Sea. The Turkish authorities also stated that if Greece continued drilling in the Aegean, Ankara would take this as a declaration of war.

            The future of Turkish-Israeli relations
            Igor Ignatchenko
            link
            1. Hunter thomson
              Hunter thomson 19 March 2013 13: 52
              -2
              :) this is not upsetting me. What upsets me in Russia. stupidity, stupidity, a drop in the level of education, theft, lack of culture, and an attempt to blame all this on f * gers, freemasons, green men. And how will the Israelis resolve their issues? Somehow they’ll decide, so far they haven’t done badly.
              1. Ascetic
                Ascetic 19 March 2013 14: 06
                +3
                Quote: Hunter Thomson
                this is not upsetting me. What upsets me in Russia. stupidity, stupidity, a drop in the level of education, theft, lack of culture, and an attempt to blame all this on f * gers, freemasons, green men.


                If we consider this issue from worldview positions, then the reason for this is moral degradation and distortion of life values. But here, on the question of why this is happening in society, there is no consensus, the spread is very large from the notorious Masons (you recklessly rank me among the supporters of this version) to the primordial stupidity, stupidity and ignorance of the people ("Russophobia"). And the truth lies, as always, where then in the middle.

                NO FORCES ALREADY DAMN, WORKING FROM LAPTOP TEXT AFTER TIME LOADING !!!!
                And you will come to LC full. the browser hangs tightly, the plugin does not load, video too.
                1. Hunter thomson
                  Hunter thomson 19 March 2013 14: 15
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                  Quote: Ascetic
                  (you recklessly classify me as supporters of this version)


                  Then I apologize, I didn’t visit the site for a long time, I just came across a few of your comments, probably took your irony at face value. Wrong request
                  1. Ascetic
                    Ascetic 19 March 2013 14: 26
                    +2
                    Quote: Hunter Thomson
                    Then I apologize, I didn’t visit the site for a long time, I just came across a few of your comments, probably took your irony at face value. Wrong


                    It’s just that some Jewish comrades who are trying to engage in MENTIVITY have to answer with such harsh methods. Because you can’t prove anything to them with facts and references.
                    Your position is clear to me, it resembles the position of my childhood friend (by the way living in Israel and a lover of relaxation in Karelia). but he, unlike local propagandists, does not teach anyone life in the virtual.
                    1. Hunter thomson
                      Hunter thomson 19 March 2013 14: 31
                      0
                      I don’t know all the users yet. You are probably a veteran here. How to find out which country the user is from? But honestly, the abundance of bile (namely primitive bile) is a shame for fellow citizens. You see how, I am from the North-West, I like to relax in Israel, and your comrade from Israel, loves to relax in the North-West. :) To each his own. I love Karelia, my father-in-law has a summer cottage there. but you can ride only in spring and autumn, mosquitoes eat live :)
                      1. Ascetic
                        Ascetic 19 March 2013 15: 04
                        +1
                        Quote: Hunter Thomson
                        I don’t know all the users yet. You are probably a veteran here. How to find out which country the user is from?


                        Prior to upgrading the site, it was possible, everyone had a flag at an IP address (I don’t think of abusing anonymizers here), now since now.

                        All that remains is to understand and forgive. repeat
                      2. TUMAN
                        TUMAN 19 March 2013 15: 34
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                        Quote: Hunter Thomson
                        I don’t know all the users yet. You are probably a veteran here. How to find out which country the user is from?

                        It seems like cheap bred, is it really that primitive God's work is so primitive ?!
                      3. Ascetic
                        Ascetic 19 March 2013 17: 24
                        +2
                        Quote: TUMAN
                        It seems like cheap bred, is it really that primitive God's work is so primitive ?!


                        And you are not fooled. belay

                        The most amazing thing is that
                        Quote: Hunter Thomson
                        But its own, inexpensive gas will provide an impetus to the development of Israeli industry (it exists), unlike Russia (in which there is industry, but not on the scale of which it should be) Russia is much more vulnerable, since it sits tightly on the oil-needle and neither where is not going to get down. Israel has a million other threats and Gas is the latest threat to its security.


                        Many Jews and not only truly believe in it.

                        And here is what
                        Quote: Ascetic
                        the discovery of this field was not good, but the beginning of the end for the project of the Israeli state, for many it would seem nonsense, but Moses was a wise man when he found for the Jews the only place where there is no oil, the Prophet looked at the water


                        consider nonsense. Apparently, the collapse of the USSR, which they also could not believe, and who was one of the driving forces of this, is apparently not an example.

                        Not all the gold that glitters, and not everything that smells bad, bought on the Anglo-Saxon project to create a Jewish state at the Basel Zionist Congress, you need to be prepared that like any artificial project sooner or later it will be closed.

                        It was not for nothing that I touched on Uganda, for if the Ugandan Project had won. would begin a mass eviction of the local population, the seizure of land and resources, expansion into Ethiopia (under the guise of fighting for the rights of local Jews) and hatred of all black Africa towards uninvited settlers. And let some of the Zionists convince me otherwise
                      4. Hunter thomson
                        Hunter thomson 19 March 2013 21: 07
                        0
                        Quote: Ascetic
                        It was not for nothing that I touched on Uganda, for if the Ugandan Project had won. would begin a mass eviction of the local population, the seizure of land and resources, expansion into Ethiopia (under the guise of fighting for the rights of local Jews) and hatred of all black Africa towards uninvited settlers. And let some of the Zionists convince me otherwise


                        While there are no Zionists, I will try (I have already been appointed as God's chosen lawyer, so I will pull the strap). At the beginning of the century, the black population of all of Africa did not exceed 100 million people. Uganda was a sparsely populated country at the turn of the century. But it would probably be something like this. At the same time, regardless of how hard or soft this settlement took place, hatred would be due at least to the prosperity of such a hypothetical Eureland. After all, you will not argue that the educational level of the black African population is not comparable to that of the Jewish. And probably because of this, the Arabs harbor such hatred of Israel, while they vegetate, tiny Israel in complete isolation from its neighbors has built a completely successful economy. Created conditions for the elderly and disabled. In vain they abandoned Uganda, with their Zionist paranoia. Has this Zion surrendered to them? For me, if only I could live comfortably and the neighbors did not pester me, but the Zionists have their own "fad". And if not Uganda, what other options did they have? Birobidzhan? Or to claim the Drake after the war as compensation? But IHMO in Israel they stuck in vain. The Middle East is a rotten place.

                      5. Kaa
                        Kaa 19 March 2013 21: 27
                        +3
                        Quote: Hunter Thomson
                        tiny Israel in complete isolation from its neighbors built a very successful economy.

                        But for this, this is what was needed:
                        "" A report released by the Washington Bureau of Middle East Affairs states that The total amount of American aid to Israel in the years 1948-2000 amounted to approximately 91,82 billion. dollars. In the opinion of the “Philistine Chronicle. Com ”, toWhen they mention American aid to Israel, they usually call it $ 3 billion annually; this assistance consists of economic assistance of $ 1,2 billion and military assistance of $ 1,8 billion. Despite the significant amount of this amount - about 1/6 of the total US assistance to foreign countries - its real size is much larger.The difficulty is that determining the true size of this assistance is not easy, since the large sums of money that the United States transfers to Israel are lost in the darkness of the budgets of various state organizations, especially the Department of Defense. Other assistance is provided in a difficult to detect form, for example, in the form of “prepayment”, which the Jewish state is allowed to make in order to realize the profit that the American taxpayer is losing, and this is one of the benefits of unpaid funds. http://www.usinfo.ru/israel.htm President of the World Jewish Congress and co-president of the Jewish Agency for Israel Nahum Goldman convened a conference on material claims against Germany, as a result of the Conference amount of compensation reached $ 50.33 billion dollars paid to more than 500,000 Holocaust victims The German Ministry of Finance suggests that by 2030, when the presumably last survivor of the Holocaust dies, the payout will increase by another $ 20.16 billion. http://jn.com.ua/community/claims_0110.html
                        Not bad cash cows for Israel.
                      6. Hunter thomson
                        Hunter thomson 19 March 2013 21: 44
                        +1
                        Exactly the same help for the Camp David accords went to Egypt. (help symmetrical) And? How are things with the economy in Egypt? This time, and secondly 91 yards, not so much. Qatar itself has astronomical GDP and a huge cash flow 9free cash flow) And? What did Qatar say about technology, science, innovation? Holocaust payments have nothing to consider. They do not cover even a tenth of what was taken from the victims of the Holocaust. An almost completely rich and prosperous community was destroyed. European Jews, it was the color of the nation, the most educated, the most intelligent. (Ethiopians or Sephardi Yemeni with education will be worse) Therefore, it is simply unethical to consider compensation for the Holocaust. IMHO if 6 European Jews were repatriated to Israel, Israel would be different. I really like Israel, I like their attitude to nature, to people with disabilities, to the elderly, (I have nothing to compare, I did not see such care for people with disabilities even in Sweden and Switzerland, I have been to a lot where, and I say, even in richer European countries that spend more money on the elderly and the disabled, build more luxurious nursing homes and special rehabilitation centers, but care, attention and care are at their best in Israel, albeit without chic. But still, the eastern mentality is very much present If the story were different, Israel would have been different (if of course it had been at all, but probably would have been, not at 000 so a little later)
                      7. Hunter thomson
                        Hunter thomson 19 March 2013 21: 51
                        -1
                        of course there’s surely there is enough shit of yours that you need to live there to find out, but the Israelis should ask about it, they are on the site.
                      8. Kaa
                        Kaa 20 March 2013 00: 57
                        +1
                        Quote: Hunter Thomson
                        Exactly the same help for the Camp David accords went to Egypt. (help is symmetrical)

                        Oh, don't be cunning, "for peace with Israel, Egypt annually receives $ 1,3 billion in subsidies for the purchase of American weapons and another $ 2 billion in economic aid, since 1979 http://bohn.ru/news / durnopakhnushhie_dengi / 2012-03-18-2926 At the same time, the Arab countries lost their aid and the population is 10 times more than in Israel.
                        Quote: Hunter Thomson
                        They do not cover a tenth of what was taken from the victims of the Holocaust.

                        Maybe share a reference, where did such untold treasures come from and where to share it?
                        Quote: Hunter Thomson
                        If the story were different, Israel would be different (if of course there were

                        Pray daily and nightly for the repose of the soul of I. Stalin
                        Quote: Hunter Thomson
                        I really like Israel

                        Well, how can you not love the Promised Land, it's like "what Russian doesn't like driving fast"
                        Quote: Hunter Thomson
                        European Jews, it was the color of the nation, the most educated, the most intelligent.

                        I'll know. that there are Jews of the first and lower grades. Thank you, very informative. hi
                      9. Hunter thomson
                        Hunter thomson 20 March 2013 07: 24
                        0
                        Quote: Kaa
                        Maybe share a reference, where did such untold treasures come from and where to share it?

                        Yes, just think in your mind. out of 6, take 000 poor, Polish and Ukrainian Jews. And there are about 000 rich European communities. That is, 2 yards is a little more than $ 000 for each victim in today's nominal terms. Well? Enterprises, houses, jewelry, industrial facilities, stocks, securities, savings were selected. Continue, or catch on the fly? 000 compensation for nothing. Where did these myriad riches go? Rust in the fields near Prokhorovka.

                        Quote: Kaa
                        I'll know. that there are Jews of the first and lower grades. Thank you, very informative.


                        Some Russians design space stations and calculate the trajectories of satellites using complex formulas, others gush vodka and are unable to solve the quadratic equation. Some Americans are driving progress in Silicon Valley, others are participating in the loudest burp championship. All people are different. We all have different intelligence, educational level, culture. Did you know that "not all yoghurts are created equal"? I'm not talking about grade or racial usefulness, I'm talking about things like culture and education. Do not engage in pharisaism. It looks silly.

                        Quote: Kaa
                        Well, how can you not love the Promised Land, it's like "what Russian doesn't like driving fast"


                        When I was in many places, I had the opportunity to “touch with my hands,” you stop believing in cheap myth-making in the spirit of RTR. There are cleaner countries, there are more progressive ones in terms of social structure. Israel is far from Germany, where in city parks all birdhouses are numbered, and employees, according to the map, annually inspect and repair each birdhouse. But in such things as caring for the disabled and the elderly, creating comfort and care for them, so that the elderly do not feel lonely and abandoned to the whole world before Israel as before the Moon. There is nothing to say about Russia. It's just a social hell here for the disabled and the elderly. We would like to learn from this experience, but apparently it is more important for people like you to ruin another ten billion of people's money in Syria than to spend it on ramps for wheelchair users or social centers for the elderly like in Israel, where they are collected, organized holidays, taken out on excursions.
        2. Aaron Zawi
          Aaron Zawi 19 March 2013 21: 53
          -1
          Quote: Ascetic
          Quote: Hunter Thomson
          Then I apologize, I didn’t visit the site for a long time, I just came across a few of your comments, probably took your irony at face value. Wrong


          It’s just that some Jewish comrades who are trying to engage in MENTIVITY have to answer with such harsh methods. Because you can’t prove anything to them with facts and references.
          Your position is clear to me, it resembles the position of my childhood friend (by the way living in Israel and a lover of relaxation in Karelia). but he, unlike local propagandists, does not teach anyone life in the virtual.

          This is generally a disease of many immigrants from the USSR. I sometimes bastard when they start discussing people like Rabin or Sharon. That is, the right to an opinion and disagreement with the policies pursued by these leaders is an inalienable right of any Israeli citizen, but blaming people who have devoted their whole life to serving the country of treason due to mistakes is a purely Soviet approach.
  3. igor.borov775
    igor.borov775 20 March 2013 10: 17
    0
    It’s a very interesting remark, and given that Iran owns gas depots, the next goal of democratization will be clear, while in Russia everything is being done according to the rules that we haven’t seen changes for the better yet, and try to refute it, while everything works exactly what we prescribed and do not care that this is to the detriment of the country, The persistence that those in power demonstrate clearly shows that these agreements exist And a weak attempt to resist quickly showed us all how it is managed even to put pressure on us and it doesn’t really need one word CYPRUS
  • Papakiko
    Papakiko 19 March 2013 16: 26
    +2
    Quote: Hunter Thomson
    Leviathan has nothing to share, he is completely in the exclusive economic zone of Israel. (look at the map more closely) Israel has already concluded all agreements on the division of the water area with Cyprus, and no reconnaissance has been carried out in the Syrian and Lebanese EE.

    Fraerkoe phonically collapsed.
    Let me just remind you that a year ago, the "mattress" declared that 90% of all shale gas and shale oil lies exclusively with them, while others have it smeared under their noses. By the new year, it turned out that the picture is already more joyful for all others:

    So is Israel with its prey.
    To get started, take the 1948 map as the basis.
    Then conduct a full exploration of the bottom from Cyprus to the continent (Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, GAS, Egypt.
    And then tell us about the "Exclusive" "God-chosen" zones.
    1. Sandov
      Sandov 19 March 2013 19: 43
      +2
      Papakiko. According to the latest data, shale gas production is fraught with environmental disaster. Amer can put a pig on their own.
  • Kaa
    Kaa 19 March 2013 21: 10
    +1
    Quote: Hunter Thomson

    Leviathan has nothing to share, he is completely in the exclusive economic zone of Israel
    I would not express myself so categorically, I rather agree with ...
    Quote: Ascetic
    THIS IS JUST THE BEGINNING

    "For the possession of these natural gifts in the region, a real (and unprincipled) struggle unfolded between Turkey, Lebanon, Israel, the Republic of Cyprus and the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (hereinafter - TRNC), not recognized by the international community, which continues to this day. July 10, 2011 Israel defined the border of its economic zone in the Mediterranean Sea - This zone is bordered in the north by Cyprus and Lebanon. However, only Turkish Northern Cyprus has signed a border agreement. In September last year, the American company "Noble Energy" (which discovered the Leviathan deposits) by agreement with The Republic of Cyprus has begun exploratory drilling. By the way, Noble Energy does not hide its intentions to become the owner of the exploration license for the remaining 12 abundant “points.” Turkey, in turn, announced that it would drill with the permission of the TRNC recognized only by it. Cyprus called it an invasion of its exclusive economic zone .Then Turkey began to express a natural dissatisfaction with the Israeli-Cypriot energy contacts. It began to operate with international norms, according to which the development of gas and oil fields in the eastern Mediterranean (the so-called "Block 12") is impossible either from Israel or from the Republic of Cyprus without the consent of the TRNC, which is recognized by the UN only by Turkey. The Republic of Cyprus in December 2010 signed an agreement with Israel on maritime boundaries in order to begin exploration for hydrocarbons. Cyprus has the same legal documents with Egypt and Lebanon. However, this agreement angered Lebanon, which felt that it was excluded from the contenders for these natural resources. In August 2010, despite the agreement signed with Cyprus and not being embarrassed by the opinion of the world community, Lebanon moved the southern point of delimitation of exclusive economic zones between its state and Cyprus a few kilometers further south. And he climbed into the territory of Israel ... Well, the demarcation conflict between Lebanon and Israel entered the active phase in 2011, after Israel presented its project for the division of zones. Beirut accused Tel Aviv of, in fact, stealing part of the maritime economic zone - and began to warn that it would not allow the Israelis to extract gas and oil in this zone. The Hezbollah organization announced its readiness to return to Lebanon all the "occupied territories" both at sea and on land. After the discovery of a gas field on the Israeli shelf, the Turkish General Staff asked scientists and experts in the field of maritime law for information on the possible size of these reserves. This was reported in due time by the "Sabah" newspaper. The military was interested in one thing, the newspaper notes, - "are the reserves of energy resources in the Eastern Mediterranean so large that it would be worth starting a war because of them." They received a positive response http://vsr.mil.by/2012/08/29/borba-za-leviafan/
    1. Hunter thomson
      Hunter thomson 19 March 2013 21: 21
      0
      We’ll see, but in my opinion, the Turks, realizing that nothing shines for them, and they won’t be able to squeeze out a piece of the pie, went to the world with Israel, (quiet glanders), if you weren’t to be a developer, then become the main transit country and make your own cash flow on this. I’ll try to find the link, but I read that they started negotiations to connect the Israeli storage facilities with the Nabuco gas pipeline. In my opinion, the Turks are playing the game in all directions. By the way, I’m sure, but this is purely my version, unsubstantiated in any way, that all this cheese is boring because of Syria at all not to drag the pipeline through it (on the heap there is a gas pipeline, it will be blown up seven times a week.), and to overcome its exclusive economic sea zone and begin reconnaissance in the Lebanese and Syrian EEZs It could not be that the entire Israeli EEZ was dotted with gas fields, and literally near the EEZs of Lebanon and Syria were empty. That is why Turkey (do you have any guesses about other rational reasons for this Turkish adventure?) Will iron Syria.
  • Hunter thomson
    Hunter thomson 19 March 2013 13: 26
    -3
    Ascetic, I beg you, what prophet? If you believe in this whole story, then fall on your knees before the Jews, for they are God's beloved chosen people, if you live in the 21st century and graduated at least high school, where you gave the basics of evolutionism and told Darwin's theories "On the origin of species", then why refer to the prophet Moses? Stop doing nonsense. Moses brought the Jews there for very different reasons. I led to one of the richest regions for that period, which was "within walking distance, and which could be destroyed due to the lack of powerful force and civil strife of local kings. The era of expensive hydrocarbons will soon end. (This is my job now) but this topic is for a long article, if it is interesting to someone, I can write it somehow.But own, inexpensive Gas, will provide an impetus to the development of Israel's industry (it is), unlike Russia (in which there is industry, but not on the scale of which it should be) Russia is much more vulnerable, as it sits tightly on oil-needle and is not going to get off anywhere Israel has a million other threats and Gas is the last threat to its security.
    1. Ascetic
      Ascetic 19 March 2013 13: 36
      +3
      Quote: Hunter Thomson
      Ascetic, I beg you, which prophet?


      You see, even my joke you perceive as nonsense., But in every joke there is a fraction of a joke. No one will tolerate in the heart of the Middle East the existence of a truly INDEPENDENT economically and politically state. The tiger will never allow the jackal to his prey.

      The exploitation of large oil and gas fields will have “global consequences” - positive and negative. Israel, trying to turn into an "energy exporter", can get the "most dramatic effect" not only for its economy. Perhaps the creation of the oil and gas Leviathan by modern Israel threatens him with the fate of a mythical character ...

      link
    2. TUMAN
      TUMAN 19 March 2013 15: 39
      0
      Quote: Hunter Thomson
      Ascetic, I beg you, what prophet? If you believe in this whole story, then fall on your knees before the Jews, for they are God's beloved chosen people, if you live in the 21st century and graduated at least high school, where you gave the basics of evolutionism and told Darwin's theories "On the origin of species", then why refer to the prophet Moses? Stop doing nonsense. Moses brought the Jews there for very different reasons.

      Foolish !!! But I was right, the Zionist fascists changed their tactics!
    3. wax
      wax 20 March 2013 01: 36
      0
      Moses brought the Jews there for very different reasons. He led him to one of the richest regions at that time, which was "within walking distance, and which could be buried due to the lack of a powerful force and civil strife of local kings.

      Bravo!
  • Hunter thomson
    Hunter thomson 19 March 2013 13: 33
    +1
    Uganda has it all. This is the richest country for minerals with a wonderful climate where annual temperatures range from +18 to +32 and never higher and lower, an abundance of water sources, an amazing wildlife. A beautiful country, I highly recommend a trip. This is a real paradise. One misfortune is blacks. The fact that the Jews gave a big blow when they abandoned Uganda and stooped into this spider den inhabited by degenerative cannibals is an undeniable fact.
    1. Ascetic
      Ascetic 19 March 2013 13: 52
      +4
      Quote: Hunter Thomson
      The fact that the Jews gave a big blow when they abandoned Uganda and stooped into this spider den inhabited by degenerative cannibals is an undeniable fact.


      Yes, it probably would have been calmer there, there’s just one Sudan nearby, and here a whole Arabian monster is hanging
      1. Hunter thomson
        Hunter thomson 19 March 2013 14: 05
        -3
        The Arab monster is a rotten jackal, and if it were not for our dedicated century, Israel would have torn this monster like a hot water bottle into small pieces, and only the position of the Arab-loving (European-hating) world community still rescues these degenerates and probably does the right thing. If Israel provided a GDP of $ 30 per day in the absence of any resources and continuous war and terror, then it is difficult to imagine what Israel would become if they rolled the Arabs into asphalt and took away their mineral deposits. I understand that this topic haunts you, but I am depressed by the fact that in my country, which occupies 000/1 of the land, the richest in minerals, the GDP is less than 7 per capita and a quarter of this GDP falls on the fuel and energy complex. He worries that it is more expensive to relax at sea in his own country than abroad, and worries that people, instead of looking back, horrified, and say: "Enough of this, I need to fix all this," are engaged in acrimonious research on the topic of evil Zionists , or the devilish fiend-Anglo-Saxons after watching REN TV, and other crap.
        1. Ascetic
          Ascetic 19 March 2013 14: 13
          +3
          Quote: Hunter Thomson
          An Arab monster is a rotten jackal, and if it had not been in our dedicated age, then Israel would have torn this monster like an Ace to a small heating pad and only the position of the Arab-loving (Euro-hating) world community still saves these degenerates and probably does it right.

          Well, you see, you yourself confirm my thesis
          Quote: Ascetic
          No one will tolerate in the heart of the Middle East the existence of a truly INDEPENDENT economically and politically state. The tiger will never allow the jackal to his prey.
          1. Hunter thomson
            Hunter thomson 19 March 2013 14: 17
            +1
            Maybe you are right. Honestly (no kidding), I think that the worst, most insidious enemy of Israel, which caused him the greatest damage - is the United States.
            1. Ascetic
              Ascetic 19 March 2013 14: 36
              +5
              Quote: Hunter Thomson
              Maybe you are right. Honestly (no kidding), I think that the worst, most insidious enemy of Israel, which caused him the greatest damage - is the United States.


              What I want to prove to the Jews that their main enemy is not mythical anti-Semites.
              and just the bankers bloodsuckers put everyone on a credit needle. And Israel is using as a Trojan horse, turning it into a fantastic besieged City from the planet PIRR Harry Harrison.

              “Fear Danians Bringing Gifts”
              1. Hunter thomson
                Hunter thomson 19 March 2013 14: 43
                +1
                Love high-quality science fiction? we have similar tastes :) People born in the USSR. NDA, instead of science fiction trying to look beyond the horizon, now a fantasy trying to pull the horizon onto the brain. repeat
          2. Hunter thomson
            Hunter thomson 19 March 2013 14: 27
            +2
            Quote: Ascetic
            The US government is very interested in sharing future revenues from developing oil and gas fields and would like Noble Energy Company to receive the lion's share - 60% of the deal, and Greece and Turkey would limit themselves to 20% of revenue each.
            Leviathan, this mythical sea monster, creates serious tension in the Eastern Mediterranean. Minister for European Union Affairs in the Turkish government, Egemen Bagis, said that if the Cypriot government drills exploratory wells, Turkey is ready to conduct a military operation in the Mediterranean Sea. The Turkish authorities also stated that if Greece continued drilling in the Aegean, Ankara would take this as a declaration of war.



            Probably the war of Greece and Turkey can only be imagined after the collapse of the European Union and NATO bloc. But Turkey this year restored (quietly and quietly) military cooperation with Israel in full. Still, it was a show with a flotilla of freedom. Moreover, the play where Turkey played with Israel in the dark, but the result suited everyone. Only the expert was mistaken, there the turmoil of Turkey and Greece is not due to Leviathan (although the name is beautiful of course). Turkey will not fight with Israel, the potential is equal. (Israeli preponderance is the Air Force, missile technology, the advantage of Turkey is the Navy) The Turks are trying to play some strange gambit, but in my opinion they are confused.
            1. Ascetic
              Ascetic 19 March 2013 14: 54
              +4
              Quote: Hunter Thomson
              The Turks are trying to play some strange gambit, but in my opinion they themselves are confused.


              Everything inside is not going smoothly. Erdogan’s conflict with the army Kemalists, plus Kurdistan, does not give Turkey the right to feel like a strong player and to compete seriously with someone else, even with the same Syria, in the same way they would get some thorns instead of buns. because Erdogan is changing, I want to eat fish and ... sit down.
              And with Israel, during Medvedev's time, we agreed on the construction of a laser correction station GLONASS, taking into account the fact that the Jews can use its data after tying up their IC, plus they agreed to test a promising device on their UAVs. but did not grow together. Jews hinted that "overseas" politics intervened. although money was allocated and a certain responsible comrade of ours for this business bought a hovel in Spain. Now again, they seem to be agreeing, but I'm not quite in the subject, so I don't know the result
              1. Hunter thomson
                Hunter thomson 19 March 2013 15: 10
                0
                In short, as with China, when the Yseras wanted to supply Hetz there, the Yankees twisted their hands so badly that they had to refuse the deal. It's funny when someone tries to imagine that Israel is running the states. There are not so many examples when Israel tried to interfere in the internal politics of the Yus, and they all ended in the Ysera being kicked in the throat (including the last presidential election), but there are countless cases when the Americans broke the Yosers' hands to the bone. Because of the United States, Israel does not get billions and billions a year on military contracts. The same notorious aid of 2,4 billion a year does not cover even half. Israel has already several times raised the question of abandoning it (and, accordingly, abandoning the restrictions it imposes, the last time Netanyahu made such a proposal quite recently, but "mysterious forces" each time block these initiatives at the root)
                1. Ascetic
                  Ascetic 19 March 2013 22: 50
                  +1
                  Quote: Hunter Thomson
                  In short, as with China, when the Ysera wanted to supply Hets there, the Yankees wrung their hands in such a way that they had to refuse the deal. It's funny when someone tries to imagine that Israel rules the states.


                  Israel is a typical state under the auspices of a stronger country, but continues to lead as if it were the sixth member of the UN Security Council, being, at best, a regional player.
                  This applies to the actual state called Israel. In this regard, Switzerland is more impressive to me in all respects, look at its army. No kidding, the country is a heavily armed alpine fortress. Imagine Chechnya, if there an enemy friend became 1,5 million militants, with heavy weapons, aviation and full air defense. 2 Leopard 450 tanks alone. And no one on this occasion does not tear his shirt on his chest with shouts Eretz Yisrael, we bomb Iran to hell. Neutrality however .. For IM is so beneficial. But Israel is not allowed because the global neo-colonialists need a bugbear so that the Arabs are more accommodating in matters of commodity policy. but at the same time, Israel will never be allowed to cross the line separating it from a permanent scarecrow to a real independent player
                2. Hunter thomson
                  Hunter thomson 19 March 2013 23: 29
                  +1
                  It seems that Iran did not threaten to wipe Switzerland off the face of the earth. Switzerland is a cool country, especially their modesty appeals to me. The most expensive car is basically WV Golf :) On Bentley, only our Chechens with Russian bloody, hung with honestly new diamonds, drive around the Montreux embankment like New Year trees. But the combat capability of the Tsakhal exceeds the combat capability of the Swiss army ten times today. Yes, everything seems to be in reserve, every year for a month with shish kebabs and grilled sausages, Swiss men taking their guns out of the closet go to training camps, drive army Geliks along serpentines, shoot merrily at the range and fry sausages. I watched their gatherings. 450 tanks? How much does Israel have? 3500. Another 10000 armored personnel carriers. There is nothing to say about aviation at all. Israel in terms of aviation power is just the third after Russia and America, leaving even Germany behind. UAV fleet? Rocket technology, to compare? Israel is not even a regional player, because to be a player you need to influence the region, while Israel is fenced off from this region, and in my opinion, quietly pray that everyone would leave him alone. There is no question of any great power of Israel on a global scale. The fact that he is under the yoke of the United States and there is nothing to say. This is true. And Switzerland is really a unique country. Moreover, when you talk to the Swiss, they are convinced that Switzerland is the last stronghold of democracy in Europe, a besieged fortress that the European Union is trying to break. And what kind of skirmishes happen between Swiss and German ministers, here Jews and Arabs did not stand side by side due to the intensity of passions. I adore Swiss people, most of them seem to have grown up on the moon. But the nation is really unique. Why compare? if Israel had such neighbors as Switzerland ... But Switzerland will soon have such neighbors as Israel, if the Palestinization of Europe continues at such a pace laughing But I assure you, if in Switzerland they try to beat the kasams, then Israel Mother Teresa will be against their background. The Swiss will definitely not tolerate such tricks; they will declare war on extermination. Have you lived in Switzerland? Worked with them? Take my word for it, this is the question in which I am not unfounded.
      2. Sandov
        Sandov 19 March 2013 19: 46
        +2
        Hunter Thomson, may it be known to you that Arabs and Jews are one Semitic ethnos. Live in peace.
        1. Hunter thomson
          Hunter thomson 19 March 2013 20: 48
          +1
          So yes, the Semites are both. But it’s not a matter of nationality. There are no bad nations, there is a bad development path. In the 12-14 centuries, when Europe was buried in unsanitary conditions and its own stench, burned scientists at the stake and hunted witches, Arabs gave the world amazing discoveries in the fields of astronomy, algebra, and medicine. (Jews at that time were not marked by any achievements) And now, the once progressive, standing on the forefront of intellectual development, Arab civilization has slipped into complete degradation, obscurantism and is mired in aggressive ignorance. After all, in Syria it’s not the Martians who are doing this whole mess. Anyway, speaking of the past 65 years, 60 Arabs and about 000 Jews have died in Arab-Israeli conflicts, and 20 Arabs have died in Arab strife over the same period.
      3. Setrac
        Setrac 19 March 2013 22: 23
        +2
        Quote: Hunter Thomson
        I understand that this topic haunts you, but I am depressed by the fact that in my country, which occupies 1/7 of the land, the richest in minerals, GDP is less than 20 per capita and a quarter of this GDP falls on the fuel and energy complex. He worries that it is more expensive to relax at sea in his own country than abroad, and worries that people, instead of looking back, horrified, and say: "Enough of this, I need to fix all this," are engaged in acrimonious research on the topic of evil Zionists , or the devilish fiend-Anglo-Saxons after watching REN TV, and other crap.

        This is because you measure the country's wealth in dollars, this is a measure of traders, there are other methods, for example, many believe that the country's main wealth is people, and here Russia is inferior to the United States not as much as in dollars, you can measure military power - here Russia is divided in half with the USA confidently holds leadership.
        1. Hunter thomson
          Hunter thomson 19 March 2013 22: 32
          -1
          The country's wealth is not expressed in gold and not in dollars, in the product that the country produces. There are people in Eritrea or Zimbabwe too, and they are also valuable. Do not engage in demagogy. If everything suits you, then I am not. Such a GDP both in volume and in composition is a disgrace for Russia, which is the successor of the USSR in scientific and industrial terms (and in all others) SHAME! With the scientific school and educational standard that the USSR created, Russia's GDP should be 4 times higher and very different in composition. Not Hydrocarbons, but a high-tech product. Do not pretend to be pretense or complacency. Like, but we have gold people. The situation needs to be changed, and not stupid slime about our uniqueness on a loaf to spread.
          1. Setrac
            Setrac 20 March 2013 00: 15
            +2
            Quote: Hunter Thomson
            The country's wealth is not expressed in gold and not in dollars, in the product that the country produces.

            Golden words, but you are again talking about "VVP", it is in dollars, it is you who lit the demagoguery here, go to the first graders to hang noodles on their ears.
            Quote: Hunter Thomson
            Not Hydrocarbons, but a high-tech product.

            Mining is a fairly high-tech sector of the economy, at least in comparison with the production of consumer goods.
            Quote: Hunter Thomson
            If everything suits you, then I am not.

            I am not happy with revolutionary rhetoric and revolutionary methods.

            A significant part of the US economy is the services sector, which does not produce any real material benefits, the inflated construction sector, and other bubbles.
            In addition, the United States, due to the economic and trade rules imposed on the whole world, rip off the whole world, Russia does not, in fact, we have a normal economy within our means, unlike the "golden billion".
            Quote: Hunter Thomson
            The situation needs to be changed, and not stupid slime about our uniqueness on a loaf to spread.

            To change the situation, it is necessary to subjugate third countries, to conquer sales markets, to pursue a colonial policy. Are you ready to join the colonial army, kill Asians, blacks, South Americans and other "developing and backward"?
            For example, Britain at the peak of its power held in the army and navy a third of the total male population
            1. Hunter thomson
              Hunter thomson 20 March 2013 07: 44
              0
              Quote: Setrac
              Mining is a fairly high-tech sector of the economy, at least in comparison with the production of consumer goods.


              Very high tech sector. Only countries with advanced science such as Saudi Arabia and Qatar can master this business.

              Quote: Setrac
              To change the situation, it is necessary to subjugate third countries, to conquer sales markets, to pursue a colonial policy. Are you ready to join the colonial army, kill Asians, blacks, South Americans and other "developing and backward"?


              Yes, Sweden, which has a GDP of almost $ 50 per capita, is a terrible and terrible colonizer who gnaws blacks. In my opinion, everything is exactly the opposite. At the same time, in the structure of GDP there are mainly machine-tool building, heavy machine building, industrial equipment, instrumentation. Or Switzerland is an even more terrible colonizer. And Finland, with its $ 000, is just a beast. Go, pour yourself a "Putinki" one hundred to one hundred and fifty grams, the world will become even more interesting.
              1. Setrac
                Setrac 21 March 2013 20: 51
                0
                Quote: Hunter Thomson
                Very high tech sector. Only countries with advanced science such as Saudi Arabia and Qatar can master this business.

                Saudi Arabia and Qatar are not mastering anything; such countries as the USA, Britain, France, and others from the golden billion conduct this business in backward countries.
                Quote: Hunter Thomson
                a, Sweden in which the GDP of almost $ 50 per capita is a terrible and terrible colonizer that rotts blacks.

                Countries such as the United States, Britain, France, and Sweden are also rampant - gaining their share in the markets controlled by the USA and Co.
                Quote: Hunter Thomson
                Go, pour yourself a "Putinki" one hundred to fifty grams, the world will become even more interesting.

                Go get another handout from the US State Department, the landlord remembers you.
  • TUMAN
    TUMAN 19 March 2013 15: 41
    0
    Quote: Hunter Thomson
    This is a real paradise. One misfortune is blacks. The fact that the Jews gave a big blow when they abandoned Uganda and stooped into this spider den inhabited by degenerative cannibals is an undeniable fact.

    In how incurred, God's chosen fascist.
  • Bener
    Bener 19 March 2013 10: 14
    -2
    Everything will end in 2013. Only the final, I think, will not please us. Syria has no chance in this situation, as it is not sad.
  • Ghenxnumx
    Ghenxnumx 19 March 2013 10: 32
    +3
    Syria has already officially asked for help. It’s a matter for our state with the allies, if only they wouldn’t ...
  • pippo
    pippo 19 March 2013 10: 39
    0
    Is there justice in this world?
  • toldanger
    toldanger 19 March 2013 11: 47
    +2
    Syria must handle it! We will believe in her.
  • chistii20
    chistii20 19 March 2013 11: 56
    0
    The people I read this article I'm shocked how to zombie people to get such a result
  • Castor oil
    Castor oil 19 March 2013 12: 01
    +1
    Yes, we must crush these "oppositionists", God forgive me, we must crush them, there is no alternative! negative
  • KRAT
    KRAT 19 March 2013 13: 22
    0
    Quote: Ghen75
    Syria has already officially asked for help. It’s a matter for our state with the allies, if only they wouldn’t ...

    The impression is that ... if, after the visit of the frog-eater somehow Ours subsided, maybe agreed on something? Yes, and Russia has not yet strengthened enough, to compete with the United States, the EU and the lag at the same time ... too strong forces are not equal, the allies have we are not so hot, the Chinese are quiet, the initiatives - 0 - can only assent, but the Chinese rocket launchers very well help the bandits, where are they from there a big question?. All hope for the stamina and courage of the Syrian people is the only reliable ally.
  • toldanger
    toldanger 19 March 2013 17: 15
    +1
    Whatever it was, but Syria still has a chance to stay on the world map.
    Russia's support in this case is clearly insufficient, but there are reasons for this. But Iran could have been more active in helping its ally. After all, after Syria, they will be engaged in Iran. There are just elections coming soon.
    I want to emphasize that Iran is also not our ally for long.
  • toldanger
    toldanger 19 March 2013 17: 18
    0
    In general, Russia feels for the better. Everything somehow became more pragmatic and deliberate. Bln green can be spent on housing for military personnel than on spraying our Arab friends. And may our Jewish * friends * live happier there.
  • Vovka levka
    Vovka levka 19 March 2013 20: 22
    -1
    We will never understand the Arab world, never. There are no friends, there are only fleeting interests, and it would be good if there were no enemies. This is a very complex and confusing world with many different vector factors. This is a completely different psychology, mentality, religion with many currents. Do not be seduced, do not!
    1. wax
      wax 20 March 2013 01: 42
      -1
      But the Americans do not agree with you, although they are not Arabs either, and they wanted to spit on understanding them, the main thing to use.