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Moldova: to the European Union though through the chimney ...

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Mihai GhimpuExactly 95 years ago (in March 1918 of the year), the territory of modern Moldova (Bessarabia) was in the hands of the Romanian occupying forces. 27 March 1918, the parliament of the Bessarabian province (after the Moldovan Democratic Republic since December 1917), under pressure from the Romanian authorities, decided that Moldova should become part of Romania. The decision of the parliamentarians was taken in such a way that less than a quarter of all those deputies that the Council of the Country (Sfatul Tarii) took in were actually taking part in the voting. As soon as the decision to join the MDR to Romania was made, the Romanian king liquidated the Moldovan republic together with the Council, which decided to join. The Moldavians, who barely had time to feel the taste of the republican form of government, also ended up in a monarchical embrace, only now of the Romanian type.


Despite such political oddities, Moldovan liberals claim that 27 March is a great day for Moldova. One of the main pro-Romanian politicians of Moldova, Mihai Ghimpu, who once headed the parliament and even held the post of acting Moldovan president, generally announced that March 27 1918 is the triumph of the national identity of each Moldovan. True, a small reservation needs to be made here: Ghimpu and other supporters of the indispensable integration of Moldova with Romania believe that such a nation as Moldovans does not exist at all. In their opinion, the Moldovans are the same Romanians, and therefore Chisinau, together with other Moldovan territories, must be led back into the fraternal embrace of Bucharest.

In order to convey their joy at the historic entry of Moldova into Romania, which took place 95 years ago, the Moldovan liberals decided to arrange a whole series of festivities in the country. A conference is scheduled, the name of which is translated into Russian as follows: “The unification of Romania and Bessarabia is a model of modern European integration of the Republic of Moldova”. Well, what can I say: if Moldovan Romanian unionists consider that European integration is a situation in which one state is completely absorbed by another while simultaneously eliminating all of its political and economic institutions, it becomes clear what Mihai Ghimpu is going to lead Moldova to today. In principle, neither he nor his supporters conceal this. In their opinion, Moldova can only properly manifest itself when it joins in one form or another (even if in the form of a Romanian outback) into the European Union. What opinion does the European Union have on this score is another question ... And what opinion can there be about integration with Moldova, if in Moldova itself only 16,1% of respondents say they want to join the EU. Moreover, almost two thirds of the citizens of present-day Romania say that Romania itself entered the EU for nothing, and that, perhaps, after a few years, Bucharest will have to leave the EU for economic reasons.

However, such statistics do not frighten the Moldavian unionists, and therefore they are ready to go for any heartburn, if only the European “brothers” pay their patronizing attention to them. One of such messages of the Moldovan authorities towards Bucharest and Brussels was the widespread introduction by the Moldovan Ministry of Education in Moldovan schools of a unique textbook called “Sexual Life”. This manual is intended to enlighten Moldovan schoolchildren in matters of sex education. Well, they decided to enlighten and decided ... But only “Sexual life” as a textbook for Moldovan children is subjected to sharp criticism from the overwhelming majority of teachers and parents of students. Representatives of the clergy joined the criticism of the textbook. In particular, the Bishop of Falesti and Belsky - Markel spoke out for the immediate removal of the textbook from Moldovan schools. According to teachers and priests, the textbook places particular emphasis on the promotion of same-sex sexual relations, which demonstrates how the Moldovan authorities are trying to please the Europeans with their “educational” actions. Bishop Markel declares that the textbook has appeared on the territory of Moldova at the behest of the Romanian owners of the Moldovan authorities.

Quote:
“We are against the perversions that are told along with normal relations. This book, in our opinion, brings only harm, only destruction. We will pray that people will be ashamed and turn away from these destructive thoughts. ”


However, the Moldovan Ministry of Education, headed by Maya Sandu, who recently recently was an advisor to the World Bank’s Executive Director in the US capital, does not consider that the textbook donated to Moldova by Romania should be removed from school libraries for all claims of parents, teachers and church representatives. And in general, the Ministry of Education of Moldova “Sexual Life” does not consider it a textbook. According to the officials, “Sexual life” is only a separate volume of a large encyclopedia, and if there is the word “encyclopedia”, then all the reprehensibility supposedly should immediately disappear. They say, so what if the physiological needs of gays and lesbians are considered - let the children in the encyclopedic version get acquainted ... But after all, under such a shop in the form of "encyclopedias" you can literally push anything into the school: decided to settle accounts with life ...

And after all, such an “encyclopedic” explanation of the appearance of “Sexual Life” in Moldovan schools, expressed by representatives of the Moldovan authorities, is hardly worth wondering. If the Romanian occupation of 1918 in Chisinau is declared by the liberal masses as a blessing to the Moldovan people and their historical choice, then, as they say, dry the oars ...

By the way, it should be noted that since the end of last year, a law has been in force in Moldova, which prohibits citizens from discriminating words and actions addressed to anyone and representatives of sexual minorities, in particular. I wanted to call a gay couple a word that more bluntly denotes their essence, so prepare it right away from 12 thousand to 60 thousand lei (approximately from 1000 to 5000 dollars) ... In general, the desire of Moldovan liberals to the European Union, which is already does not know how to get rid of low-income members, there is.

In order to further express his desire to integrate with at least someone in the West, Chisinau sent 144 his troops to the German Hohenfels to take part in the Mission Readiness Exercise. At home, Moldovan soldiers were greeted as national heroes, and the head of the General Staff of Moldova, General Stoyan, personally decided to present honorary diplomas to those most distinguished in the exercises. At the same time, Stoyan stated:

“Moldovan servicemen will not drop the honor of the republic in any theater of military operations.”


After graduation and making such ardent speeches, all that remained was to shed a tear ... It is noteworthy that the German military partners decided not to speak out publicly about the displayed valor of the Moldovan soldiers and officers ...

It would seem that after the oath of allegiance to Romania, applause for supporting the LGBT community and joint military exercises with European partners, the official Chisinau should receive from the EU a blessing for indispensable integration and financial assistance. But Brussels and the “progressive world community,” sadly as it is for the Moldovan authorities, remain cold and even somewhat harsh with regard to Chisinau, which is busting fast-paced towards the European version of democracy. In particular, there was information that the IMF decided not to provide Moldova with the final tranche in the amount of 76 million dollars. Representatives of the IMF said that Chisinau had not fulfilled its economic and political obligations, and therefore millions will remain in the fund’s accounts. Now, if the Moldovan authorities revised the law on the state budget for 2013 year, adopted a series of documents regulating the financial activities of banks (perhaps not according to the type of Cyprus? - author's note), then, you see, the IMF would be able to unpin Moldova with 76 million "green" and so ... And the IMF literally demanded that all legislative changes take place in Moldova only after coordination with the experts of the fund. Nothing like? .. There are some parallels with the relations of the IMF and Russia of the 90-x sample - isn’t it? In general, even the official support of gays with lesbians did not help Chisinau ...

After unsuccessful economic contacts with the West, an increasing number of Moldovan citizens declare the expediency of changing, say, the integration vector. Already, almost 23% of respondents during one of the sociological studies recently conducted in Moldova state that it would be better for the country to integrate not with the EU, but with the Customs Union of Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan. Recall that about 16% of respondents spoke out for integration with the EU. The rest either expressed the words about the complete economic and political neutrality of Moldova (if it can be in modern conditions at all), or found it difficult to answer the question of which way it would be more expedient to turn Moldova.

It is noteworthy that now in Moldova there is a sharp political crisis, in which each of the political forces is trying to pull the blanket over himself. And the more overtightening, the more fragile and dependent becomes the political system of Moldova. In this regard, the eloquent is a note from one of the Moldovan publications (“Independent Moldova”), which is worth quoting in full.

The Politburo, like the Soviet Union, has long been gone. But his offspring are alive. The Politburo’s residence is now located in Brussels, and its directives are not a bit different from the party directives of the Soviet era ... The Soviet Union has gone down in history for more than twenty years. But our authorities, holding hands with their patrons from Brussels, continue to live and create using the same Soviet methods, turned, however, upside down. In other words, the notorious European Union begins to become a mirror image of the sunken USSR. What is missing is (for the greater importance!) On their star-blue banner of the time symbols - the Sickle and the Hammer. With one caveat. Under the Soviet Union, with all its shortcomings and flaws, there was no such a blatant mess and lawlessness as during the European Union.


Is the 20-year-old Moldavian hibernation and wishful thinking ready to give way to common estimates of the current situation? ..
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  1. queen
    queen 28 March 2013 08: 14
    +5
    At the end of the RED film
    - Moldova sucks.
    end)
    1. moldavan
      moldavan 28 March 2013 14: 08
      +3
      Respect the people who never betrayed Russia,
      1. dropout
        dropout 28 March 2013 14: 15
        10
        At one time, I had to travel quite a few around Moldova. Impressions were the best, more hospitable people I do not know.
      2. urich
        urich 28 March 2013 15: 27
        +2
        About the people. If we are talking about Moldavians, I respect these people with all respect. I was in Moldova, only good memories remained. If we are talking about the fact that Moldovans and Romanians are one and the same thing, then let me remind you of the participation of the Romanians in the war against the USSR on the side of the Nazis, at least.
        1. Algor73
          Algor73 28 March 2013 17: 51
          +2
          You would remember that they supported the Khazars ... It was not the people who supported Germany, but their government. And the people, you yourself know where they will drive, they will go there. People must not be biased. Politicians can, but not to the people ...
      3. urich
        urich 28 March 2013 15: 27
        +1
        About the people. If we are talking about Moldavians, I respect these people with all respect. I was in Moldova, only good memories remained. If we are talking about the fact that Moldovans and Romanians are one and the same thing, then let me remind you of the participation of the Romanians in the war against the USSR on the side of the Nazis, at least.
      4. Garrin
        Garrin 28 March 2013 16: 34
        0
        Quote: moldavan
        Respect the people who never betrayed Russia,

        Put a candle to Alexander Ivanovich Swan.
      5. Garrin
        Garrin 28 March 2013 16: 34
        0
        Quote: moldavan
        Respect the people who never betrayed Russia,

        Put a candle to Alexander Ivanovich Swan.
      6. Garrin
        Garrin 28 March 2013 16: 36
        0
        Quote: moldavan
        Respect the people who never betrayed Russia,

        Put a candle to Alexander Ivanovich Swan. For the fact that he stopped and did not give to sin to bring.
      7. Garrin
        Garrin 28 March 2013 16: 36
        0
        Quote: moldavan
        Respect the people who never betrayed Russia,

        Put a candle to Alexander Ivanovich Swan. For the fact that he stopped and did not give to sin to bring.
      8. Garrin
        Garrin 28 March 2013 16: 37
        +4
        Quote: moldavan
        Respect the people who never betrayed Russia,

        Put a candle to Alexander Ivanovich Swan. For the fact that he stopped and did not give to sin to bring.
        1. Ruslan67
          Ruslan67 29 March 2013 03: 31
          +1
          Quote: Garrin
          Put a candle to Alexander Ivanovich Swan. For the fact that he stopped and did not give to sin to bring.

          Alexander Ivanovich himself would put a candle in a famous place - For what he stopped and did not let finish his own freaks am
      9. Garrin
        Garrin 28 March 2013 16: 37
        0
        quote = moldavan] Respect the people who never betrayed Russia, [/ quote]
        Put a candle to Alexander Ivanovich Swan. For the fact that he stopped and did not give to sin to bring.
      10. Ghenxnumx
        Ghenxnumx 28 March 2013 20: 01
        0
        Quote: moldavan
        Respect the people who never betrayed Russia,

        That is, when the crowd in Stefan cel Mare Square chanted: "Russians get out of Moldova and Transnistria", "Long live independence" We demand the withdrawal of the 14th army "- this is a manifestation of friendly feelings, right? negative The Moldavian people betrayed Russia even when they switched to the Latin alphabet, because earlier (until the XNUMXth century) they always wrote in Cyrillic.
        Well, you need to think so - go to the alphabet, historically created later than the Moldavian Cyrillic. They were Moldavians, but they themselves began to guess who, being placed under the Romanians, the nation appeared much later than the people of Bessarabia. am
        To whom it is interesting - I ask here http://news.mail.ru/politics/1779576/
      11. Ghenxnumx
        Ghenxnumx 28 March 2013 20: 01
        0
        That is, when the crowd in Stefan cel Mare Square chanted: "Russians get out of Moldova and Transnistria", "Long live independence" We demand the withdrawal of the 14th army "- this is a manifestation of friendly feelings, do you think so? The Moldovan people betrayed Russia even when they left in the Latin alphabet, because before (until the XNUMXth century) they always wrote in Cyrillic.
        Well, you need to think so - go to the alphabet, historically created later than the Moldavian Cyrillic. They were Moldavians, but they themselves began to guess who, being placed under the Romanians.
      12. Firstvanguard
        Firstvanguard 29 March 2013 17: 03
        +1
        There are no questions to the people about this. But the mass of rulers ...
  2. Denis
    Denis 28 March 2013 08: 33
    12
    the widespread introduction by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Moldova in Moldavian schools of a unique textbook entitled “Sexual Life”
    Is this the main thing ?! Would you think what role they are preparing there
    Moldovan military personnel will not drop the honor of the republic in any theater of operations
    Yeah, the strongest army. The Georgians are not alone in their loyal idiocy
    The European Union is waiting for Moldovans, otherwise they have no problems
    It seems to be not April 1, but they’re already laughing
  3. Ghenxnumx
    Ghenxnumx 28 March 2013 08: 40
    12
    Quote: Author Volodin Alexey
    What is missing is (for the greater importance!) On their star-blue banner of the time symbols - the Sickle and the Hammer. With one caveat.

    I would add one more clause - both the sickle and hammer are used by the EU as instruments of torture and not labor - an anesthesia hammer, a sickle for castration
  4. Nesvet Nezar
    Nesvet Nezar 28 March 2013 08: 41
    10
    If a referendum is held in Moldova on joining the Russian Federation as a subject of the federation, then Moldova will become the Chisinau region of Russia or the Moldavian Republic. Only the authorities of Moldova, as well as Ukraine, for example, believe that it is more promising to get hooked on a freebie to the EU and do not bother to develop the real sector. Let’s feed the country and heal. Buyers Brussels or Moscow. But Moscow knows this cat in a poke, and Brussels wants to ask for surcharges, but not from anyone))))
    1. Rink
      Rink 28 March 2013 15: 46
      0
      These are the cards of Great Romania increasingly appear in the internet:



      They dream about it, strive for it and have such plans here.
      1. Ruslan67
        Ruslan67 29 March 2013 03: 36
        +1
        Quote: Skating rink
        These are the cards of Great Romania increasingly appear in the internet:

        What a great Romania to the bolt? This is not a country at all, but a union of poor beggars and undereducated musicians driven out for a booze wassat
        1. not good
          not good 31 March 2013 17: 18
          0
          But it's better not to anger Old Man, otherwise "Great" Romania can become just a region of the Republic of Belarus. laughing
        2. Rink
          Rink 31 March 2013 18: 01
          0
          Quote: Ruslan67
          What a great Romania to the bolt? This is not a country at all, but a union of poor beggars and undereducated musicians driven out of wassat

          Well, you think so, and so do I.
          But the Romanians in Brussels were told that they are Great. Take away Moldova, Bukovina, Bessarabia ... It is possible to Odessa - we will cover.
          They were given some old NATO armored personnel carriers - they believed.
          1. Denis
            Denis April 1 2013 05: 09
            +1
            Quote: Skating rink
            They were given some old NATO armored personnel carriers - they believed
            Have they been warned for the same not new, but nonetheless dog-unloved, RPG-7?
    2. Rink
      Rink 28 March 2013 15: 46
      0
      These are the cards of Great Romania increasingly appear in the internet:



      They dream about it, strive for it and have such plans here.
    3. Rink
      Rink 28 March 2013 15: 47
      0
      These are the cards of Great Romania increasingly appear in the internet:



      They dream about it, strive for it and have such plans here.
  5. fenix57
    fenix57 28 March 2013 09: 24
    +2
    Oh yes please, if they so wish, in the EU. Only everything will be like in Ukraine. Yes, Russia doesn’t seem to need Moldova yet. So far, Ukraine has not decided.
    1. mihai_md2003
      mihai_md2003 28 March 2013 14: 52
      11
      Phoenix is ​​the thing that people do not want in the EU. Nobody needs us there. We remember who bombed us, and who then raised us from ruin. Here we have the whole medical school was Leningrad. When there were still food stamps behind the Urals, everything was in our stores. It’s just that we’ll call it a new guide (I write it because it’s not decent to use foul language on the site) now it creates chaos because of the troubles. You say Moldova ahead of Ukraine is not interesting. I understand, but I also want to tell you the road spoon for dinner. This is not a matter of one hour or a year. If, in principle, Russia is interested in this territory, it is necessary to start work yesterday. There is hope that Russia will not leave Transnistria and this will not allow our current politicians to draw us into Romania.
      1. Victor
        Victor 28 March 2013 15: 50
        +6
        Quote: mihai_md2003
        This is not a matter of one hour or a year. If, in principle, Russia is interested in this territory, it is necessary to start work yesterday. There is hope that Russia will not leave Transnistria and this will not allow our current politicians to draw us into Romania.

        Mihai! Good day. For Russia, there is no choice whether to leave or not to leave Moldova (Sorry, I write Moldova, as I used to in the Union). Of course, Russia will not go anywhere. The problem is different. While there is no clear understanding of what relations Russia will have with Ukraine, while there is no certainty that the Ukrainian leadership will not stab a knife in Russia’s back, Russia cannot intensify its work in Moldova. Between our states, Ukraine lies in a buffer and any active actions of Russia can be disavowed by the political position of Ukraine. All the routes (air, land, sea and river) lead from Russia to Moldova through the territory of Ukraine, whose leadership and political forces, to put it mildly, are not constant in their decisions and affiliations. Therefore, hold on, fasten, layers of political reality have shifted, changes are underway.
        1. mihai_md2003
          mihai_md2003 28 March 2013 22: 34
          +1
          Hello Victor. In this case, I didn’t mean in any way any military influence. I'm talking about strengthening political influence. Why today can Romania say that it has interests in Moldova, but Russia does not? out of political correctness? In the end, everything that was built here over the past half century was all with the participation of Russia, and a lot of things were done here under tsarist Russia. To do this, simply raise the old street names and everything becomes clear. And the fact that the ice has broken is good, I hope we will wait until it finally melts.
          1. Victor
            Victor 29 March 2013 14: 12
            +1
            Quote: mihai_md2003
            To do this, simply raise the old street names and everything becomes clear. And the fact that the ice has broken is good, I hope we will wait until it finally melts.

            Hello, Mihai! I meant the interests of Russia in Moldova. A military invasion is an extreme scenario, which is possible only in the case of direct aggression against Russian peacekeepers and Russian citizens, as in South Ossetia. As for the name of the streets, I completely agree with you. In the late seventies, I lived and studied at a school in Chisinau on Minskaya Street, an area of ​​old Botany near the Rose Valley and the Cosmos Cinema. I don’t know what the Chisinau districts are called now and its streets I don’t know, but I remember the old ones well (Bayukany, Skulyanka, Old Post). In Chisinau, my grandfather, a participant in the Second World War, is buried. I love this city to this day and really want to walk along its streets and parks again, sit in a grotto on the lakes of the Valley of the Roses. I hope everything will be so. I still drink only Purkarskoe Black wine. EC, nostalgia.
            1. mihai_md2003
              mihai_md2003 29 March 2013 17: 25
              +1
              Thanks for the nice words. I did not even speak about the Soviet period, but even earlier, to show that Russian influence is not only a message of 70 years. I found a map of 1835. Let those who scream that only the Romanians were here watch. The street names speak for themselves.
              1. Victor
                Victor 29 March 2013 18: 46
                0
                Quote: mihai_md2003
                I found a map of 1835. Let those who scream that only the Romanians were here watch. The street names speak for themselves.

                You know, Mihai! This card will cross your throat to your nationalist Romanians. It actually confirms your words about the historical community of Moldova and Russia. He looked at the old names with great interest.
        2. mihai_md2003
          mihai_md2003 28 March 2013 22: 34
          0
          Hello Victor. In this case, I didn’t mean in any way any military influence. I'm talking about strengthening political influence. Why today can Romania say that it has interests in Moldova, but Russia does not? out of political correctness? In the end, everything that was built here over the past half century was all with the participation of Russia, and a lot of what was done here under tsarist Russia. To do this, simply raise the old street names and everything becomes clear. And then the ice has broken, well, I hope we will wait until it finally melts.
      2. Victor
        Victor 28 March 2013 15: 50
        0
        Quote: mihai_md2003
        This is not a matter of one hour or a year. If, in principle, Russia is interested in this territory, it is necessary to start work yesterday. There is hope that Russia will not leave Transnistria and this will not allow our current politicians to draw us into Romania.

        Mihai! Good day. For Russia, there is no choice whether to leave or not to leave Moldova (Sorry, I write Moldova, as I used to in the Union). Of course, Russia will not go anywhere. The problem is different. While there is no clear understanding of what relations Russia will have with Ukraine, while there is no certainty that the Ukrainian leadership will not stab a knife in Russia’s back, Russia cannot intensify its work in Moldova. Between our states, Ukraine lies in a buffer and any active actions of Russia can be disavowed by the political position of Ukraine. All the routes (air, land, sea and river) lead from Russia to Moldova through the territory of Ukraine, whose leadership and political forces, to put it mildly, are not constant in their decisions and affiliations. Therefore, hold on, fasten, layers of political reality have shifted, changes are underway.
      3. Victor
        Victor 28 March 2013 15: 50
        0
        Quote: mihai_md2003
        This is not a matter of one hour or a year. If, in principle, Russia is interested in this territory, it is necessary to start work yesterday. There is hope that Russia will not leave Transnistria and this will not allow our current politicians to draw us into Romania.

        Mihai! Good day. For Russia, there is no choice whether to leave or not to leave Moldova (Sorry, I write Moldova, as I used to in the Union). Of course, Russia will not go anywhere. The problem is different. While there is no clear understanding of what relations Russia will have with Ukraine, while there is no certainty that the Ukrainian leadership will not stab a knife in Russia’s back, Russia cannot intensify its work in Moldova. Between our states, Ukraine lies in a buffer and any active actions of Russia can be disavowed by the political position of Ukraine. All the routes (air, land, sea and river) lead from Russia to Moldova through the territory of Ukraine, whose leadership and political forces, to put it mildly, are not constant in their decisions and affiliations. Therefore, hold on, fasten, layers of political reality have shifted, changes are underway.
  6. 120352
    120352 28 March 2013 09: 27
    +5
    Well, some Moldovans wanted to join the non-existent Roman Empire in the form of Romania (I won’t write this word with a capital letter), let them come in and cease to exist. Romania, if it rises somehow, it will become a mess, for more it will not be enough. We used to maintain it, but the European Union will not spend money on the idea.
  7. svp67
    svp67 28 March 2013 09: 35
    +9
    And they have no other choice, either to Russia or the Euro, but they themselves are not viable, especially since Transnistria, the main industrial region, does not want to live with them.
  8. redwar6
    redwar6 28 March 2013 09: 48
    +2
    Heh, and they will succeed like Cyprus)
  9. Vrungel78
    Vrungel78 28 March 2013 10: 11
    0
    Moldova: to the European Union though through the chimney ...

    The author wanted to say "through the ass"
    1. crambol
      crambol 28 March 2013 15: 58
      0
      Moldova: to the European Union even through a chimney ...


      Better through the toilet.
    2. crambol
      crambol 28 March 2013 15: 58
      0
      Moldova: to the European Union even through a chimney ...


      Better through the toilet.
  10. zcity
    zcity 28 March 2013 10: 16
    +5
    And who needs Moldova?
    In Moldova, poverty is not working; one million people work abroad; these are 4 million inhabitants.
    Unfortunately, the people of Moldova and its power are two different things.
    And with its antlers, Moldova is climbing deeper into the Stone Age.
    Although it is a pity the people are very hardworking.
    Another example of the venality of power in all its manifestations.
    1. Egoza
      Egoza 28 March 2013 10: 46
      +2
      Quote: zcity
      Another example of the venality of power in all its manifestations.

      Kotovsky is not on them! He would quickly explain to them, hu of hu, and where should Moldova be!
    2. itkul
      itkul 28 March 2013 12: 42
      +1
      Quote: zcity
      In Moldova, poverty is not working; one million people work abroad; these are 4 million inhabitants.


      That's right, and to work abroad they need European sports, hence the desire for the EU
    3. mihai_md2003
      mihai_md2003 28 March 2013 15: 04
      +9
      Unfortunately, the people of Moldova and its power are two different things.
      GOLD WORDS!!! I would like everyone here on the forum to understand this in general in Russia, and not to judge us by these faces that are now in the government and who came to power as a result of the coup brought about by a bunch of paid bandits !!!!
      And with its antlers, Moldova is climbing deeper into the Stone Age.
      And they give loans to them and they lick the ass to be given, but what I tell you you yourself only just got out of this shit. Remember the news of 15 years ago. When the idea was one grandmother get from the IMF. Glory to the God of Russia was wise enough or just lucky you yourself decide and you were able to overcome this mess. We have yet to do this. But so many overseas and in the geyrop are against and seriously counteract this. From here I wish you a speedy objection and strength, and then everything will fall into place, both Ukraine and Moldova. In any case, I want to hope so.
      1. Alexander Petrovich
        Alexander Petrovich 28 March 2013 17: 15
        +2
        Mihai, I fully support. Moldavian himself.
      2. AK44
        AK44 29 March 2013 10: 19
        +1
        Did your uncle probably choose? Or did the people of Moldova try?
        1. Firstvanguard
          Firstvanguard 29 March 2013 17: 11
          0
          I think uncle, from across the ocean. Are you in crap do you believe democracy? belay
          1. AK44
            AK44 29 March 2013 19: 24
            0
            Quote: Firstvanguard
            Do you believe in democracy democracy?

            Not really. But Moldavians should not be kept dumb for cattle. It’s just that they chose the shit democrat like the overseas uncle wanted. Those. like us in 1996. Remember when the half-dead EBN was re-elected for a second term. It seemed like they voted with their hearts, but it was necessary with brains. Well, it turned out ... oops. What can I say, Russia!
        2. mihai_md2003
          mihai_md2003 30 March 2013 03: 01
          +1
          The fact of the matter is that they changed their power as a result of the tiled revolution. They paid 10 bucks to bandits and drove 100 fanatics and changed the parliament. It was a coup of pure water. Since he was not in favor of Russia, the geyroppa politely said nothing. Here you have the choice of the people. You also tried to do something similar, but if we need to kick 200 people to bring trouble to Russia, then 200. And one more Moldavian problem, we simply do not have a leader whom the people would support (((. We act on the principle of choosing from two evils.
  11. omsbon
    omsbon 28 March 2013 10: 18
    -5
    Loafers and thieves will now also be gay - a cool bouquet.
    Only this bouquet of Moldova is hardly needed by Russia. I believe that the hell is NOT NECESSARY!
    1. mihai_md2003
      mihai_md2003 30 March 2013 03: 06
      0
      I, too, can’t get a clue what the hell is Europe promoting this homosexual policy in Moldova ?? What is new such genocide? Let them die out? Do we have other problems that they could help us solve? Moreover, our people have risen up against it, THERE IS NO NEFIG, ANYONE AT ANYTHING WITHOUT ANYTHING DISCUSSIONS AND REFERENDUES. Sorry for the caps no strength not to shout!
  12. andrejwz
    andrejwz 28 March 2013 10: 24
    0
    to the European Union even through a chimney ...
    And through the chimney?
    1. Egoza
      Egoza 28 March 2013 10: 48
      +5
      Quote: andrejwz
      And through the chimney?

      Even during the reign of the Orangemen, she once talked with scientists from Moldova. They so hoped that Ukraine, thanks to Yushch, would join the EU! And then they tiptoed after us ...! Broke off! So now it’s left through the chimney, or ....
    2. botur
      botur 28 March 2013 16: 30
      +1
      There is only one entrance to the geyropu, via w @ pu.
  13. svp67
    svp67 28 March 2013 10: 30
    +2
    In the current economic situation, Moldova is ready to creep into the European Union not only through a chimney, but also through a sewer pipe ....
  14. Vrungel78
    Vrungel78 28 March 2013 12: 38
    +3
    Quote: Egoza
    with scientists from Moldova.

    laughing laughing laughing good
  15. Bosk
    Bosk 28 March 2013 13: 05
    0
    Is this tendency to be given to the rich still alive? ... well, as they say, soap to help them, only now they somehow forget that PRINCIPLES for OTDITION in politics are akin to the laws of the congresses, since surrendering to you other movements have already shone. And when will we start learning from the mistakes of others?
  16. bord731
    bord731 28 March 2013 13: 45
    +6
    Quote: Bosk
    Is this tendency to be given to the rich still alive? ... well, as they say, soap to help them, only now they somehow forget that PRINCIPLES for OTDITION in politics are akin to the laws of the congresses, since surrendering to you other movements have already shone. And when will we start learning from the mistakes of others?

    You would have learned from your mistakes - in three sentences - 7 mistakes, you are still trying to teach someone. Okay, tell me about your experience, Latvia gave itself up - the soap helped, or you don't have the right to vote (maybe you're not a citizen). I see that many (in the comments) are ready to offend. Well, okay, I would not wish any country such a government as in Moldova. And I am 100% sure that if a referendum was held, more than 50% of Moldovans would support joining the CU. But the Moldovan government will not agree to this - at least in the near future (they are afraid of it like fire), while all sorts of grants, tranches can be cut ... And the top does not care deeply about the people ...
    1. Bosk
      Bosk 28 March 2013 14: 22
      0
      It is from the experience of Latvia that I draw such a conclusion, regarding the right to vote ... I am, according to my passport, a non-GRU, in the English version, ALIEN. And at the expense of mistakes ... here you got, even touched somewhere, I can't even decide where, then, whether it is that this is really my weak point ... or is it that you counted so carefully ... But on one thing I agree with you, the "top" really do not care about the people.
  17. Astartes
    Astartes 28 March 2013 14: 03
    13
    Be objective, Moldova It became part of Russia at the beginning of the 19th century, for 200 years, people from all over the Russian Empire moved there. FOR THIS Earth, Russian soldiers shed blood from the Prut Campaign of Peter the Great. There are a lot of people hoping and waiting for help from Russia, the very Soviet citizens who abandoned them in the early 1s. And we do not need the European Union and this Romania, but they are bugging huge money to advance their policies. Therefore, either help, or at least facilitate the acquisition of Russian citizenship, for the same Russians who in Russia are now disempowered with any Tajik.
    1. mihai_md2003
      mihai_md2003 30 March 2013 03: 15
      +1
      A fellow countryman should not run away from his land, but fight for order on it. You can get a passport from any of the citizenship of several countries, but you need to live at home and fight for a better life, too, at home. So that the Russians better understand what we feel imagine: your power has changed and you are being rubbed that there is no such state as Russia and there is no Russian language! , and for example, there is China or Mongolia, and you should at least join them because it’s like ancient China and Niypet.
  18. 17085
    17085 28 March 2013 14: 36
    +1
    I met with refugees from Transnistria back in 92. I have heard a lot of stories about the "hospitable and hardworking" Moldovans who raped and killed Russians. In principle, Moldova should not exist, these are the original territories of Russia. As well as 4/5 of the territory of Ukraine Return Little Russia!
  19. vlad767
    vlad767 28 March 2013 14: 50
    0
    Oh, well, they won’t take Moldova to the EU, they won’t. What are they soaring? request There are no problems there without them. Cyprus is on the verge of default, the Euro is rolling in * opu. what But they want in the EU. fool
  20. Kaetani
    Kaetani 28 March 2013 17: 15
    +2
    I really hope that time will put everything in its place.

    In my understanding, this is a united people that cannot border Moldova, Belarus and can only live with it in the same house.
  21. skullcap
    skullcap 28 March 2013 17: 45
    +2
    Ghimpu and other supporters of the indispensable integration of Moldova with Romania believe that such a nation as Moldovans do not exist at all
    -----------------------------------------------------------
    This is where the main lies of corrupt words and phrases like this gimpu lie. In fact, it was Romania and the Romanians in nature never existed. There were Vlachs and Moldovans with their principalities. And the artificial masonry was invented at the time by the Freemasons, replacing the Cyrillic alphabet in Latin in 1860, which is firmly and consistently silent.
    In those years, Romanization (Latinization) was blatantly violent, and for talking in Russian to the indigenous local Slavic population, still nesting in the Danube and Danube Delta, the death penalty was officially imposed.
    So you just need to return the situation to the natural starting point of the historical and the problem disappears.

    In their opinion, Moldova can only properly manifest itself when it joins in one form or another (even if in the form of a Romanian outback) into the European Union.
    --------------------------------------------------
    Given that Romania itself is a European backwater, with the most dense and miserable, it turns out that today's Moldovan guides want to turn Moldova into a backwater of the backwater. In a kind of "outback squared."
    1. mihai_md2003
      mihai_md2003 30 March 2013 03: 22
      0
      If Ghimpu could read Russian, he probably would have read it, but since he doesn’t know Russian or Moldavian, and in the history of the Romanians this is probably not written, and this is not known to him. In general, in shock, imagine for a second tomorrow, Putin will dissolve on TV and declare that there is no country like Russia and that there is no Russian language and that they want to give their sovereignty to another state. I will not exaggerate somewhat, I quote a friend from the picture! Tin.
  22. Semurg
    Semurg 28 March 2013 20: 15
    -1
    It is interesting for Moldovans and Romanians that one faith is the same, one alphabet is different, and how do Moldovans and Romanians think they are one people or not? It's just interesting, otherwise I heard different things and I don’t understand. If there are Moldovans, clarify the question.
    1. mihai_md2003
      mihai_md2003 30 March 2013 03: 34
      +3
      Dear Semurg, the alphabet we have is now one Latin. When the Soviet Union was Cyrillic. As noted above, the principalities of Modov were earlier (but on different borders) Romania so if you come to the question formally, this Romania should be part of Moldova. I would say so, in this matter it is necessary to determine the starting point because it can also be argued that we are Italians because at one time there was a Roman empire. You are who you consider yourself to be! I am Moldovan and love my country, but culturally, spiritually, with my thoughts I feel like a Russian. It is not difficult to take up history and see who pulled us out of the ass every time, be it a war with the French Turks or the Germans. And it becomes clear who to be friends with. Our greatest activist, Stefan cel Mare, was friends with Peter the Great, even in those times, Russian influence was felt on this earth.
      1. Alexander Petrovich
        Alexander Petrovich 30 March 2013 17: 33
        0
        "Stefan cel Mare was friends with Peter the Great" - a gross mistake. Dmitry Kantemir was friends with Peter the Great, and Stefan lived in the 15th century (Petrv at 17-18m), what about Stefan, the first military-political alliance between the Principality of Moldova and Moscow was concluded with him.
        1. mihai_md2003
          mihai_md2003 31 March 2013 02: 49
          0
          Yes, I really admit it. But the meaning of this does not change Russians here not since 1940. And at least a couple of centuries earlier.
      2. Semurg
        Semurg 31 March 2013 10: 20
        0
        thank you, I understand the people, one name is different, you personally are probably of Russian Moldavian origin, and as I understand it, the mentality is slightly different in connection with long stays in different states, approximately like now we have locals and Kazakhs who come from China or Iran.
  23. Semurg
    Semurg 28 March 2013 20: 20
    -1
    It is interesting for Moldovans and Romanians that one faith is the same, one alphabet is different, and how do Moldovans and Romanians think they are one people or not? It's just interesting, otherwise I heard different things and I don’t understand. If there are Moldovans, clarify the question. How do you feel about yourself as one nation divided by different circumstances, or all the same close but different nations
  24. wow
    wow 28 March 2013 21: 00
    -5
    Well, the flag in their hands and a pen in w ...!
  25. wow
    wow 28 March 2013 21: 00
    -2
    Well, the flag in their hands and a pen in w ...!
  26. misterwulf
    misterwulf 29 March 2013 00: 11
    0
    Yes, where are they in the EU? There, the game with ami was carried out already in Odessa (very close by) and came already ... 150 Moldavians for the match! I used to think that there could be no more finished country than VGN (temporary geopolitical misunderstanding = Ukraine), but I was mistaken. Moldova is the most finished country in the Old World! (although God was merciful to visit Kyrgyzstan or Tajikistan and change his point of view on Moldova)
  27. misterwulf
    misterwulf 29 March 2013 00: 11
    0
    Yes, where are they in the EU? There, the game with ami was carried out already in Odessa (very close by) and came already ... 150 Moldavians for the match! I used to think that there could be no more finished country than VGN (temporary geopolitical misunderstanding = Ukraine), but I was mistaken. Moldova is the most finished country in the Old World! (although God was merciful to visit Kyrgyzstan or Tajikistan and change his point of view on Moldova)
  28. misterwulf
    misterwulf 29 March 2013 00: 11
    -1
    Yes, where are they in the EU? There, the game with ukrams was already held in Odessa (very close by) and came already ... 150 Moldavians for the match! I used to think that there could be no more finished country than VGN (temporary geopolitical misunderstanding = Ukraine), but I was mistaken. Moldova is the most finished country in the Old World! (although God was merciful to visit Kyrgyzstan or Tajikistan and change his point of view on Moldova)
    1. Denis
      Denis 29 March 2013 15: 56
      +1
      Quote: misterwulf
      God was merciful to visit Kyrgyzstan or Tajikistan
      Rakhmon will be dumber, for the 201st division, on the bayonets of which his power, wants more and more money to whine
  29. misterwulf
    misterwulf 29 March 2013 00: 12
    0
    Yes, where are they in the EU? There, the game with ami was carried out already in Odessa (very close by) and came already ... 150 Moldavians for the match! I used to think that there could be no more finished country than VGN (temporary geopolitical misunderstanding = Ukraine), but I was mistaken. Moldova is the most finished country in the Old World! (although God was merciful to visit Kyrgyzstan or Tajikistan and change his point of view on Moldova)
  30. misterwulf
    misterwulf 29 March 2013 00: 12
    0
    Yes, where are they in the EU? There, the game with ami was carried out already in Odessa (very close by) and came already ... 150 Moldavians for the match! I used to think that there could be no more finished country than VGN (temporary geopolitical misunderstanding = Ukraine), but I was mistaken. Moldova is the most finished country in the Old World! (although God was merciful to visit Kyrgyzstan or Tajikistan and change his point of view on Moldova)
  31. misterwulf
    misterwulf 29 March 2013 00: 13
    0
    Yes, where are they in the EU? There, the game with Ukraine was carried out already in Odessa (very close by) and came already ... 150 Moldovans for the match! I used to think that a more stupid and impoverished country than VGN (temporary geopolitical misunderstanding = Ukraine) could not be, but I was mistaken. Moldova is the most killed country in the Old World! (although God was merciful to visit Kyrgyzstan or Tajikistan and change his point of view on Moldova)
  32. AK44
    AK44 29 March 2013 09: 03
    0
    Moldovans need to think very hard about the EU. There the cunning guys are sitting, and a freebie will not work for beautiful Moldavian eyes. They will lend a ruble, but they will have to give all ten.
  33. Denis
    Denis 29 March 2013 12: 07
    0
    Better being an unsecured builder than a well-fed 3,14door
    IMHO
  34. olegff68
    olegff68 29 March 2013 20: 28
    0
    "Moldova: to the European Union through the chimney ..." - GOOD HEADER !!!
    But for some reason it itself creeps into the tongue - "Jo ... th forward."