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Russia and tomorrow's war

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Russia and tomorrow's war

The situation in Syria and possible scenarios of its development continue to attract the main attention of the military and politicians around the world. There is a feeling in the air that the civil war in this country can act as a detonator for the start of much more serious geopolitical processes throughout the world.


Russia, albeit belatedly, has finally decided on its own national interests in this region: the seizure of power in Syria by Islamic radical groups will inevitably lead to an increase in tension in the Russian North Caucasus, especially since there is irrefutable evidence of the participation of members of the terrorist gangs from this difficult region of Russia in the civil war in Syria on the side of foreign fighters.

Eloquent cadres of visiting Damascus suburb by members of the Russian Izborsk club in March 2013 leave no doubt that the threats left by volunteers from the republics of the North Caucasus on the walls of houses in Darayya to the Russian leadership are the main motive of their participation in Syrian events. Even at the “cannon fodder” level of the Syrian opposition, there is an awareness that Russia is likely to become the next target for Islamic radicals from the entire Middle East.

A superficial study of the geographical and political-administrative maps of Russia is enough to come to the conclusion that the main threat to the integrity of Russia comes from the North Caucasus.

This is well understood by our enemies. Modern war is a very expensive occupation, without serious ideological, financial and logistical support, all the terrorist organizations of the North Caucasus would not have existed for several months. But, as they say, "once the stars are lit in the sky, it means someone needs it." And the "stars" and their "sponsors" have long been known.

Unfortunately, the overall social, economic and inter-ethnic situation in this region leaves much to be desired: the ongoing special operations to eliminate the bandit group in Dagestan; the unstable situation in Kabardino-Balkaria; the imminent conflict between the Chechen Republic and the Republic of Ingushetia, which with a high degree of probability can result in the departure of one of the leaders of these subjects of the Russian Federation with the subsequent redistribution of power and spheres of influence, and, as a result, the inevitable resumption of the Ossetian-Ingush conflict, which due to religious factors make a wonderful backdrop for the participation of Islamic militants from around the world.

Behind all such processes there are always serious financial structures or oligarchic circles. It is not necessary to wait for the start of large-scale armed provocations in order to understand where the next attempt will be made to destabilize the domestic political situation in Russia. It is enough to analyze the actions of large business, which is always, if not strange, in the course of upcoming events. Remember at least Shamil Basayev’s raid on 1999 to Dagestan. Many could have already forgotten, but the late Boris Berezovsky signed his own “sentence” by directly participating in the financing and coordination of this terrorist attack. His telephone conversations with leaders of gangster formations for a long time did not leave the front pages of Russian newspapers. This is a small touch to the question of the cost of modern war, because the Chechen, and in fact international, detachments of mercenaries invaded Dagestan from the territory of then quasi-independent Ichkeria. Even in such conditions, war requires serious financial support.

By the way, recently at the household level rumors about the planned transfer of some highly profitable industries outside of North Ossetia are actively circulating. This fact involuntarily raises concerns that it is likely that big business considers it too risky to keep its assets in this politically unstable region. Isn’t the process, about which in Moscow, as it has happened more than once, launched last?

Indeed, despite the “reforms” that the Russian armed forces underwent from 2007 to 2012, the armed forces still retain sufficient potential to repel external aggression, largely due to the residual potential of the nuclear deterrent forces.

But internal threats to modern Russia today look much more dangerous and real. This is facilitated by the growing tension in the issue of interethnic relations, the completed formation of mono-national ruling elites in the Russian subjects of the North Caucasus, as well as the readiness of our new “friends” from the EU and from across the ocean to make the most of these factors to prevent the strengthening of Russia’s position as on the Eurasian continent and in the international arena.

The "test stones" are already known - the "partisans" of the Far East, raising the topic of the expediency of leaving some of its subjects from the Russian Federation, who felt too independent and self-sufficient.

The logical continuation of this reasoning may be the information about the beginning of the centralized training of “our friends” militants for combat operations already in Russia.

Islam is an important factor in the intra Syrian crisis. The fighters with Assad, formally, are fighting to build on the land of modern Syria not a secular or fairer state. They want to give the Syrians the happiness of living according to the laws of Sharia. And all this motley public after any scenario of the completion of the events in Syria will not spontaneously cease to exist, but it is of little use for the war against Iran.

It is not difficult to guess in which direction, most likely, all this destructive potential will be directed. Therefore, Russia, apparently, in the near future will try to load with internal problems and some of the militants fighting in Syria today may well be redirected to the Caucasus region.

No one is able to accurately identify the number of members of the bandit underground of the North Caucasus who have passed through Syria over the past few years, but, judging by everything, there were a lot of them. But in this situation, it is not their number that is important, but the likelihood of them inviting “former comrades in arms»To take part in the liberation of their brothers in faith from the" Russian yoke ". The flow of volunteers for this “task” can be critically dangerous.

And the problems of the Syrians are very similar to what we can face. By the way, Russia has already attacked these “rakes” more than once.

The Syrian army has been preparing for war with Israel for decades. Fighting extremist gangs using guerrilla tactics for army units is not an ordinary task. The Syrian military spent more than one and a half years to work out effective countermeasures, because with the almost complete lack of experience in dealing with the enemy on their territory, they encountered an experienced and trained opponent, including from our country.

The fighters from the Russian North Caucasus, apparently, appeared in Syria already in 2010, and the Syrians had to face an experienced and cunning adversary, who had accumulated much experience in sabotage and partisan warfare from 1994.

Experience is often more important than numerical superiority or fire superiority. In June 1941, the German Blitzkrieg against the USSR was largely due to the much greater combat experience of the invading enemy. The same factor, but in the 1945 year, allowed the Soviet army in a matter of weeks to sweep away the formidable Kwantung Army.

The revitalization of Russia's position on the Syrian crisis can not but rejoice. Blocking the “military initiatives” of the pro-American coalition, the decision to revive the Mediterranean squadron, the permanent Russian military presence in this region, the ongoing military-technical cooperation between our countries undoubtedly impede the consolidated efforts of external forces to defeat the Syrian state and help curb the escalation of the situation in southern Russia .

But events may occur, as often happens in Russia, faster than we expect.

Is the Russian army ready for the Syrian variant in the Caucasus? After all, the escalation of tension can occur simultaneously in more than one subject and with external intervention there will be no simple options. Two Caucasian military campaigns remained only in the memory of the direct participants of the events. The experience of the Russian army is in no way reflected in the new combat regulations and firing courses. It would be logical, if only for parts and compounds that are in a conditional risk zone, to make an exception. Yes, unlike Syria, there are internal troops in the system of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia. But as previous experience shows, without close interaction with MO units and compounds, the effectiveness of their use is insufficient for self-localization of internal conflicts.

No less important are the legal foundations for attracting troops to combat operations on their territory, in terms of the responsibility and rights of commanders for the use of personnel entrusted to them, small arms and heavy weapons.

The secret of success was invented a long time ago: the weak are always beaten, and the higher the readiness of the Russian military organization to such scenarios, the less likely it is to attempt to implement them.
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  1. Castor oil
    Castor oil April 4 2013 06: 27 New
    36
    For some reason, I’m sure that the extreme “sudden unscheduled exercises” in the south of Russia (with a logistics focus, that is, the transfer of forces and equipment, landing from the sea with the support of aviation and the fleet), were carried out with an “aim” even farther south Syrian, it is showing a certain resolve. If this is at least partially true, then it’s right, because it’s already clear that one cannot sit aside. angry
    1. Mitek
      Mitek April 4 2013 08: 06 New
      19
      Of course not sit out. Indeed, as it is very accurately written in this article, the main goal is Russia. Amers do not want to meddle with us themselves. They understand that they will repeat the fate of Adolf, and at the same time "the whole world is in ruin." Therefore, they prepare Muslim savages ... It seems to be all sorts of Cathars, etc., and a living force from the poorest Muslim countries, but ears stick out sooooo obviously.
      1. Sirocco
        Sirocco April 4 2013 08: 38 New
        10
        Quote: Mitek
        After all, as it is very accurately written in this article, the main goal is Russia

        I would like to say about the United States that raking in heat with the wrong hands will burn my own later. In general, the article is written in 5+, There is nothing to comment, everything is said in it. And most importantly at the end. The secret of success was invented a long time ago: the weak are always beaten, and the higher the readiness of the Russian military organization to such scenarios, the less likely it is to attempt to implement them. It is high time for Russia to stop teasing dogs, with all sorts of shouts, and flirting with the West. It is necessary to radically solve such issues. am Otherwise, this flirtation, this pack will perceive as weakness. And how Hyenas attack in a flock. But with Hyenas and Leo it’s hard.
      2. vezunchik
        vezunchik April 4 2013 15: 00 New
        +9
        Syria is the orderlies destroying rabble, Therefore Russia should help her.
        An interesting phrase - the Israeli lobby works in the Russian government ....
        While Medvedev is prime minister, Russian interests will be violated ... NORMAL ????
      3. Goldkonstantin
        Goldkonstantin April 4 2013 16: 28 New
        0
        They created a headache for themselves when they began to tinker with all this colorful Muslim threat directed towards Russia.
    2. Kolya
      Kolya April 4 2013 09: 11 New
      +6
      Eradicating corruption - 90% success in the eradication of gangs. It would be enough to have one Chechen, if not for the Yeltsin liberal traitors.
    3. djon3volta
      djon3volta April 4 2013 09: 41 New
      +7
      Quote: Castor_ka
      For some reason, I’m sure that the extreme “sudden unscheduled exercises” in southern Russia

      here on this occasion the day before yesterday there was a program SPECIAL KORRESPONDENT.tam and about Syria and about Russia raised topics.

      1. stalkerwalker
        stalkerwalker April 4 2013 19: 26 New
        +4
        Quote: djon3volta
        Syria and about Russia affected topics

        Events in Syria, the current "relationship" between Russia and Tajik "friends" and Uzbeks fit perfectly into the mosaic of the Near and Middle East, including Central Asia.
        Fighting with "the wrong hands" on "distant approaches" at someone else's expense - it was better not to come up with ...
        The main problem - harnessing the "boggy" mare and the "trembling doe" in one harness - was solved by combining (imposing) JIHAD and PSEVDO with the anti-dictatorial movement on MONEY of the Saudis and Qatar in particular.
        Without going into too much theological debate, we can safely say that the experiment with the “simplified reading of the Quran” was completely successful. In the beginning there were the Taliban, now an entire army of fighters for the SHAPPY with allegedly Islamic background in the Middle East.
        hi
      2. Selevc
        Selevc April 4 2013 20: 41 New
        0
        An interesting program - I looked to the end ... A lot of beautiful phrases ... The phrase alone was embarrassing - Ukraine was warned 6 days before the start of the “sudden” exercises, it turns out that the Ukrainian officers knew but since they live and work next to the Russian officers it turns out that the Russian command of the Black Sea Fleet also knew in advance about the exercises ...
        Something again looks like a show-off !!!

        And the whole program heard phrases such as "Help Syria" - but how and what really can be helped, even about no one said !!! Depressing - again, only slogans !!!
        1. Bashkaus
          Bashkaus April 4 2013 23: 46 New
          +1
          but how and what really can be helped, even approximately no one said
          This Sunday, in all Orthodox churches, after the morning liturgy, the abbots turned to the parishioners for help to the Syrian people. Do not forget that only in Syria the dialect that Christ spoke was preserved.
          Now there is a collection of money and necessary things.
          Money can be transferred to the account
          Things are needed mainly with bandages and medicines.
          If there is a burning desire to help not just in words, go to any Orthodox church and ask if the announcement should hang with the account number, a list of necessary things, or you can simply bring the right one to the Orthodox church.
        2. Bashkaus
          Bashkaus April 4 2013 23: 46 New
          +1
          but how and what really can be helped, even approximately no one said
          This Sunday, in all Orthodox churches, after the morning liturgy, the abbots turned to the parishioners for help to the Syrian people. Do not forget that only in Syria the dialect that Christ spoke was preserved.
          Now there is a collection of money and necessary things.
          Money can be transferred to the account
          Things are needed mainly with bandages and medicines.
          If there is a burning desire to help not just in words, go to any Orthodox church and ask if the announcement should hang with the account number, a list of necessary things, or you can simply bring the right one to the Orthodox church.
        3. Bashkaus
          Bashkaus April 4 2013 23: 47 New
          +1
          but how and what really can be helped, even approximately no one said
          This Sunday, in all Orthodox churches, after the morning liturgy, the abbots turned to the parishioners for help to the Syrian people. Do not forget that only in Syria the dialect that Christ spoke was preserved.
          Now there is a collection of money and necessary things.
          Money can be transferred to the account
          Things are needed mainly with bandages and medicines.
          If there is a burning desire to help not just in words, go to any Orthodox church and ask if the announcement should hang with the account number, a list of necessary things, or you can simply bring the right one to the Orthodox church.
    4. vezunchik
      vezunchik April 4 2013 14: 16 New
      +1
      Arabs and Jews united in the war with Syria!
  2. FC SKIF
    FC SKIF April 4 2013 06: 29 New
    12
    We are not ready for a war like the Syrian. If there, according to available information, the overwhelming majority of the elite remained loyal to the country, then our “offshore” will run first, which will undoubtedly become a catalyst for panic. If we add here the almost inevitable sanctions of the EU and the USA, then our economy simply can not stand it. There is only one conclusion: maximum support for Assad, including modern weapons, volunteers and “volunteers”. The British in World War II helped us, so as not to perish ourselves, and we are stupider.
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov April 4 2013 07: 12 New
      33
      Quote: FC Skiff
      then our “offshore” will run first, which will undoubtedly become a catalyst for panic.

      And let them flee, it will become cleaner in the country. Just what kind of panic are you talking about, look at the site, who is panicking here?
      Quote: FC Skiff
      . If we add here the almost inevitable sanctions of the EU and the USA, then our economy simply can’t stand it

      Sanctions against Russia, yes I beg you. Their economy is not in the position to impose sanctions, but if we block the gas, pile on their imports, this will be a more substantial blow.
      1. Vanek
        Vanek April 4 2013 07: 32 New
        +9
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        Their economy is not in that position


        As do they themselves.
      2. Rustiger
        Rustiger April 4 2013 10: 18 New
        -1
        and if we block the gas, pile on their import, this will be a more substantial blow.

        Exactly. And in Russia! With its commodity economy. This is what the bourgeoisie needs. The situevina of the 80s of the last century was repeated when the Yamal-Europe gas pipeline operated and wanted to launch a second branch. But after pressure from the West and several terrorist attacks (the CIA documents were declassified after 30 years ago), the project had to be abandoned. Then the war in Afghanistan and aid to the developing communist parties around the world degreased the Soviet economy. And then there is a hunchback with his paddock construction and the “fight against the green serpent”, the proceeds of which have robustly filled the USSR budget. In the end, we remember. . .
        Now, in order to develop and ARM / PROTECT, gas supplies are needed. The West is at war with Russia in Syria by undermining the Russian economy (comment below) with all the ensuing consequences. . .
      3. FC SKIF
        FC SKIF April 4 2013 10: 26 New
        +1
        They imposed sanctions on Iran and did not remember that this would lead to a rise in the price of oil that was already not cheap, and the instinct of self-preservation in the West has not been observed for a long time - post-industrialization (in my understanding, anti-industrialization), demography, credit and monetary policy, etc. Do not worry - they will order from across the ocean - they will.
      4. Reindeer herder
        Reindeer herder April 4 2013 14: 39 New
        0
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        And let them flee, it will become cleaner in the country.
        Will not. The liberoid and the thief are predictable, which means they are vulnerable to counteraction. The example of white-bellies eloquently speaks of the reliability of this version. The left ultra-radicals are more terrible, because they operate with pseudo-patriotic rhetoric, and no less contribute to the destruction of the country.
        1. Reindeer herder
          Reindeer herder April 4 2013 18: 10 New
          0
          If only they would argue for what they zamenusut, with what they disagree, or hit the nail on the head?
    2. buga1979
      buga1979 April 4 2013 07: 13 New
      +5
      what are you talking about what sanctions are there gas and oil, where will they take sanctions against Russia, it’s not possible to apply sanctions in principle
      1. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov April 4 2013 07: 39 New
        15
        Quote: buga1979

        what are you talking about what sanctions are the EU gas and oil, where will I take them

        Fire will be wood, and firewood in Siberia laughing
        1. vadson
          vadson April 4 2013 10: 02 New
          +4
          no, they are heated by corpses, don’t you know?
        2. Black Colonel
          Black Colonel April 4 2013 11: 21 New
          +1
          ... and white snow that someone needs to clean. Give Europe to Siberia!
        3. datur
          datur April 4 2013 12: 45 New
          -1
          Fire will be wood, and firewood in Siberia belay laughing - and again they are sad !!! yes laughing
    3. mark1
      mark1 April 4 2013 07: 37 New
      +3
      An offshore education should be conducted. I’m sure that the kind, good but weighty word “elder comrade” will always help those who have gone astray go the right way.
      1. Vanek
        Vanek April 4 2013 07: 40 New
        +5
        Quote: mark1
        An offshore education should be conducted.


        Can ice axes be used? Well, at least for an argument.
        1. mark1
          mark1 April 4 2013 08: 06 New
          0
          Elements of physical influence in the upbringing of the personality by pedagogical science are allowed (but not approved)
        2. Black Colonel
          Black Colonel April 4 2013 11: 22 New
          +1
          Ice axes today suck. Polonius - that's cool!
        3. datur
          datur April 4 2013 12: 47 New
          0
          Can ice axes be used? Well, at least for an argument .-- they don’t have enough scarf, but do not forget to remind him that BAB himself bequeathed them to him !!! wink laughing
      2. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov April 4 2013 07: 43 New
        +3
        Quote: mark1
        I’m sure that the kind, good but weighty word “elder comrade” will always help those who have gone astray go the right way.

        Where to go, step to Magadan winked
      3. Igarr
        Igarr April 4 2013 09: 56 New
        +1
        Hey.
        “With a good word and a gun you can achieve much more and faster than just a good word,” - Al Capone.
        Well .... the gun can be replaced with an ice ax. With polonium. Or thallium.
      4. ars_pro
        ars_pro April 4 2013 16: 28 New
        0
        a kind word and a gun is better than just a kind word
    4. mark1
      mark1 April 4 2013 07: 50 New
      +2
      In the event of a war like Syria, you need to fight not only with the "fighters for faith" but also with their sponsors in the Middle East. The mere threat of excluding these countries from the global economic process (it’s understandable how) will force them to stop supporting terrorists, and the West, if there is a threat of a shortage of hydrocarbons, is unlikely to get any serious sanctions.
      1. Black Colonel
        Black Colonel April 4 2013 11: 26 New
        +1
        You can work with overseas "promoters", probably for EVERY stigma in the gun. Scandal in the press - and resignation ensured (as former IMF director Dominique Strauss-Kahn)
      2. SASCHAmIXEEW
        SASCHAmIXEEW April 4 2013 11: 54 New
        +3
        It would be the very thing to threaten the Saudis and Kuwait with a kirdyk so that they would slow down, otherwise they would beat our ambassador and get away with it !!! What kind of power do we have?
    5. Black Colonel
      Black Colonel April 4 2013 11: 18 New
      +2
      Intelligence from satellites and tracking systems in Tartus and from ships in the Mediterranean are also needed to help Syria
    6. vezunchik
      vezunchik April 4 2013 12: 03 New
      +1
      This has already happened more than once. When was Russia ready for war? And Vice Prime Minister Golodets cannot understand where the 40 million people have gone! And from them can we expect adequate action ???
    7. bask
      bask April 4 2013 12: 55 New
      +6
      Quote: FC Skiff
      We are not ready for a war like the Syrian

      It is a fact that we’re not ready for today.
      The legal framework for the application of the sun. RF.Net. Any relative of the murdered militant can sue, and the officer or soldier can be convicted as a premeditated murder. ((,, case ,, Yu. Budanova, Ulman and hundreds of others))))
      There are no changes from the charters and methodological manuals for training soldiers and officers for asymmetric warfare.
      A unified information and intelligence analytical network has not been created, including space reconnaissance, data from UAVs, data, ground reconnaissance vehicles
      There is no armored vehicle appropriate for the tasks. The Syrian war clearly showed that the enemy will be modern RPGs and ATGMs.
      Information on the supply of 500 complexes, Jvalin, to Qatar. All of these complexes will soon be in Syria.
      Therefore, promising armored vehicles and especially MBT ,, Armata ,, must be protected from these threats ...
      "" "" "United States Agency Defense and Security Cooperation Congress notified March 26 of a possible foreign military sale to Qatar for 500 Javelin guided missiles and related equipment, parts, training and logistical support estimated cost of $ 122 million. Monday, April 1, 2013, 11:57 "" "

      500 UNITS, THIS IS A POTENTIAL THREAT FOR ARMENIAN ARMY DIVISIONS ...
      Protection against anti-tank systems ,, Javelin ,, on the T-72 will not and will not
      THERE ARE PRIMARY TASKS WHICH SHOULD BE SOLVED IMMEDIATELY.
      1. mamba
        mamba April 4 2013 14: 34 New
        +5
        Two Caucasian military campaigns remained only in the memory of the direct participants in the events. The experience of the Russian army is not reflected in the new military manuals and firing courses. It would be logical, at least for parts and formations located in the conditional risk zone, to make an exception.
        How long will our General Staff ignore the bloody experience of their own army? They preferred to "forget" the Afghan experience, now the Chechen is "forgotten." The life of a soldier is a penny, and the prestige of the Russian army is an empty phrase? angry
      2. aviamed90
        aviamed90 April 4 2013 16: 38 New
        +1
        Yes, we have a lot of things not!
        But who is stopping us from creating and doing it all wisely? And so, then, in hindsight, all these issues are resolved. As usual in Russia. Nothing strange.
      3. aksakal
        aksakal April 4 2013 18: 16 New
        +1
        Quote: bask
        Information on the supply of 500 complexes, Jvalin, to Qatar. All of these complexes will soon be in Syria.

        - Basque, if the militants throw an ordinary grenade twice into the barrel of the T-72, then they can simply crush everything there with the Javelins! Today I saw this nonsense and still digest it - so in shock! But one has to believe the eyes: twice the gunman ran completely insolently to the barrel of the tank and threw a grenade there, the second time there was a detonation of the BZ. It’s not clear to me - what’s the tank with the sightings? If you can easily approach a tank, then such a tank needs to be changed! And I am under strong doubt that the T-72 is the best tank. Yes, even a good tank does not pull, if everyone has a ... side just so imposingly fits and with a flick of the arm throws a grenade right into the barrel!
        I hope that members of the forum have an explanation for this incident! I hope that there were some objective reasons for the crew of that tank to allow this. Incomplete crew or something else. Or does the T-72 really have such a large blind spot?
        1. sergo0000
          sergo0000 April 4 2013 19: 01 New
          0
          aksakal
          The question is fair. In general, any tank without the support of motorized rifles is just a target. But in my opinion it’s the T-72 that doesn’t control the anti-aircraft machine gun-NSVT from the tank’s tower. And so in order to shoot that gunman with a grenade, the commander had to get out almost half the hull than he immediately became a target! On older machines (which were lucky to serve) the t-64b; t-64b1. Yes, even on the t-64a, this focus would most likely not have passed! Because the anti-aircraft machine gun is controlled from the tank’s tower on 360 ° rotating commander’s turret with this machine gun mounted on it with 2000 large-caliber rounds of ammunition. Why I can’t refuse to do so in the future.
          1. bask
            bask April 4 2013 19: 44 New
            0
            Quote: sergo0000
            the poll is fair. In general, any tank without the support of motorized rifles is just a target

            sergo. Question to Aksakal but I will answer too. Range of RPG grenade launcher, up to 1 cl. PTRK -5 cl.
            The infantry will operate in isolation from the tanks at a distance of 1-5 cells. In the development. A sniper, infantry at this distance can simply be cut off from the main forces.
            Guns T-72, can not beat above the 3rd floor. OBT T-72 +14 degrees. created for another war. In the conditions of urban battle need a specialized tank assault gun. With a caliber of 152 mm. from elevation angles of at least + 60 degrees.
            1. bask
              bask April 4 2013 20: 59 New
              +1
              During the Second World War, during the storming of cities and fortified areas. The ISU -152 was successfully used. ,,, St. John’s Wort ,,,. WITH ANTI-VARIABLE RESERVATION.
              1. elmi
                elmi April 5 2013 00: 03 New
                +5
                A good video, I think that history teaches us to create a heavy tank for urban battles, with powerful armor, the latest generation of tanks and additional armor in the form of a lattice fence, like this:
                machine guns replaced by 12,7mm and higher and tested in Syria to identify weaknesses and help Syria
        2. bask
          bask April 4 2013 19: 03 New
          0
          Quote: aksakal
          Ask, if the militants throw an ordinary grenade twice into the barrel of a T-72,

          I don’t know, it all depends on the crew’s training. In Chechnya, no one threw grenades at our barrel, our tanks.
          Syrian T-72-M padded from RPG-29
          "" "" Some experts argue that if the tank was equipped with a modern high-speed software system, for example, "Hoarfrost", then the fire could have been prevented. Unfortunately, it is not. No PPO can extinguish the cumulative stream and especially the ignited charges. Do not fill the latter with water, do not extinguish with foam, powder or inert gas. Isolation from atmospheric oxygen will not help here because the oxidizing agent is already part of the charge. If the charge caught fire - that's it - burning can not be stopped in any way. But with regard to the spread of fire in the MTO, we are just observing that the spread of fire in the MTO did not occur, and the full-time software may have worked. The subsequent frames show faint smoke that rises slowly through the radiators - a consequence of the thermal effect of the cumulative warhead and the burning of charges in the BO, but nothing more. "" ""
          [media = http: //gurkhan.blogspot.com.au/2013/01/blog-post_27.html]
        3. sincman
          April 4 2013 19: 06 New
          +1
          These "rebels" are still showmen ... They will remove any clip for sponsors so that they pay money regularly for the destruction of the Syrian army ... It’s not visible in the video that the tank moves at all ... even after the first grenade burst ... Most likely this a stolen or recaptured tank without a crew ... Otherwise, I cannot give myself a single adequate explanation ...
          1. bask
            bask April 4 2013 19: 58 New
            +1
            Quote: sincman
            a tank without a crew ... otherwise I can’t give myself a single adequate explanation


            FROM THE CREW RESCUE ONE HANDER. BUT ON THE BURN AREA AND THE BURNING DEGREE, WILL BE A MIRACLE IF IT STAYS ALIVE.
            1. sincman
              April 4 2013 23: 50 New
              +1
              These are not comparable examples. This tank was hit by an RPG-29 Vampire on the first hit, not a grenade ... on the second attempt. In your opinion, would you, in the first case, stand in place of the crew and take no action? even after breaking the first grenade?
          2. aksakal
            aksakal April 4 2013 22: 23 New
            0
            Quote: sincman
            . Most likely this is a stolen or recaptured tank without a crew ... Otherwise, I can not give myself a single adequate explanation ...

            - No, I kind of threw the first grenade, but barely bounced as the tank fired here. Here it is not clear how the shell right at the muzzle, stumbled on a grenade, did not detonate? Then this ... luck ran up a second time and threw a second grenade into the barrel. Immediately in the tank there was an explosion. And the joy was completely genuine - well, not these same "rebels" actors that would play it ...
            It is clear that the tank in isolation from the infantry is very vulnerable. But that would be so what
            1. sincman
              April 4 2013 23: 56 New
              +1
              Quote: aksakal
              no, I kinda threw the first grenade, but barely bounced as the tank fired here. Here it is not clear how the shell right at the muzzle, stumbled on a grenade, did not detonate?

              The first supposedly shot, most likely a blast wave from the first grenade burst from the barrel. In this case, the damper that locks the barrel was possibly damaged. And already the second grenade gets through the damaged gate into the tower and undermines the ammunition. All this is personally my guess ... I would like to hear an interpretation from real tankers.
              Quote: aksakal
              And the joy was completely genuine - well, not these same "rebels" actors that would play it ...

              And how can they ... they have experience since filming with the Libyan company, when the capture of Tripoli was filmed in Qatar ...
      4. Eric
        Eric April 4 2013 19: 01 New
        +1
        Good examples were given by Comrade, I shake my hand, and plus you!
    8. Volkhov
      Volkhov April 4 2013 14: 13 New
      0
      Assad hoped for help in the 11th year, he was thrown, now Iran helps him, and this is a different system. Against the troops of the Russian Federation, he is forced to hold reserves on the coast.
      The complete disorientation of the population of the Russian Federation is a sign that they are not written off and re-educated.
    9. skeptic
      skeptic April 4 2013 16: 57 New
      0
      Quote: FC Skiff
      We are not ready for a war like the Syrian. If there, according to available information, the overwhelming majority of the elite remained loyal to the country, then our offshore companies will run first, which will undoubtedly become a catalyst for panic.


      The worst is another, if at least some of them remain and betray, as during the Chechen war.

      The war in Syria is not just fighting against the Assad government. All recent wars are built on the same principle. There is such a practice - a bunch of rats are caught and throws into one barrel, the surviving rat becomes itself the most effective rat-catcher. In all these conflicts, the West breeds the most terrible, smart and experienced killers. The meaning of their life is the adrenaline of killing. Yes, these special rats from around the world will ultimately be thrown against Russia, as commanders, instructors, special forces. Since they will not be citizens of Western countries, it’s also impossible to use nuclear weapons. Having stormed the Russian economy by terrorist attacks and our armed forces, while simultaneously getting rid of their special rats on the battlefields, they hope to enter our open spaces on a white horse as "peacekeepers", having driven the remaining Russians on a reservation. The West, headed by the United States, is preparing for us approximately the same fate.

      We cannot send troops into Syria right now, because only stronger will prepare the informational basis for further aggression against our country. But the introduction of special forces for the "detention and further delivery to the Russian court" of terrorists with Russian passports, I hope you can beat the diplomatic services at the UN. But God forbid - our special forces are not fighting on the side of Syria, but are fighting their internal terrorists who have escaped responsibility on the territory of Russia. Well, sometimes they can also hook terrorists from other countries, but who knew that they would be there.
      1. Volkhov
        Volkhov April 4 2013 17: 58 New
        +1
        Quote: skeptic
        Yes, these special rats from around the world will ultimately be thrown against Russia, as commanders, instructors,


        Whatever the outcome of the Syrian war, they will simply return to the Russian Federation — both Chechens and mercenaries from the army — roughly a division with frostbitten heads and money for “work,” so Assad’s bombs and their own commanders who finish off the wounded clean the world.
  3. Tatarus
    Tatarus April 4 2013 06: 50 New
    +5
    Blocking the “military initiatives” of the pro-American coalition, the decision to revive the Mediterranean squadron, a permanent Russian military presence in this region, ongoing military-technical cooperation between our countries, - What kind of cooperation is it? Which secret? The West is not officially afraid to deliver weapons, but are we afraid?

    Quote: FC Skiff
    If we add here the almost inevitable sanctions of the EU and the USA, then our economy simply can not stand it.


    I think it will survive. How many EEC members are sitting on our gas? USA and EUROPE are not the whole world. We will always have both China and India
    1. Per se.
      Per se. April 4 2013 07: 16 New
      +4
      Quote: Tatarus
      I think it will survive. How many EEC members are sitting on our gas? USA and EUROPE are not the whole world. We will always have both China and India

      You forget how much money flows from Russia "over the hill", about the reverent attitude of our "elite" to their accounts in foreign banks. For an independent policy, we have too many Badies sold to the damned bourgeoisie. There is no Soviet Union, the States and their puppets are rife in their hypocrisy and hypocrisy.
      1. Rustiger
        Rustiger April 4 2013 08: 53 New
        +4
        Why Syria?
        Based on the foregoing, we note Syria’s bias, which is becoming a key link in the new Arab gas pipeline, which is 1200 km long. We remind you that it involves the export of Egyptian gas to the countries of the Arab East and Europe. The construction project is from the city of Arish, in the north of Sinai, which will go to the city of Aqaba, in the south of Jordan. The second branch lies between the city of Aqaba and the Jordanian city of Rihab, which is 24 km from the Syrian-Jordanian border. The third branch of the project is 324 km long, from Jordan all the way to Dir Ali in Syria and will be extended to the village of Ryan. Recall that in 2006 an agreement was reached between Egypt, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey, and Romania to extend the gas pipeline to the Turkish-Syrian border, connecting it with Nabucca and connecting it with continental Europe. On the other hand, it is worth mentioning that similar agreements were already reached in 2004 between Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria in order to link the gas pipeline with Iraq, with the aim of exporting Iraqi gas to Europe. Therefore, Egypt during the time of Mubarak pursued an American policy in order to limit the possibilities of Gazprom. We understand that then it was precisely pro-Russian Syria that became the reason for not implementing these projects. We can say that the intentions to overthrow the Syrian regime were “on paper” already before the “Arab spring” on the agenda of pro-American Cairo (as it was planned with Iraq, Lebanon, Somalia, Iran, Sudan). The Ambassador of Syria to Ukraine, Dr. Mohammed Said Akil, also spoke about this in an interview with our publication, noting that the war in Syria is a planned special operation in order to expand US interests in the region. We are not surprised at the statement by Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglow, who said that Turkey would do everything necessary for the Syrian revolution to succeed. It was an analysis of the situation in the Syrian crisis from an energy point of view, although there are other prerequisites that provoke the "imperialist" international community to reformat the Arab regimes in their own way. The operator of these manipulations is Turkey, which, on the one hand, as a liberal country aimed at the European vector of development, and on the other hand, flirts with Arab countries with the help of an Islamic mask. Does the cost of the energy component in the peacekeeping Quartet, initiated by Egypt in Tehran, also become clear? All Ahead!
        Now remember how much “joy” there was about the gas deposits found off the coast of Israel, and there is no need to use all of it completely for your own needs. Therefore, export is needed, of course, to Europe, and of course through land pipelines (cheaper transportation). Here is another "interested". Hence the Israeli bombing of Syrian facilities and the assistance to fighters with small arms.
      2. SASCHAmIXEEW
        SASCHAmIXEEW April 4 2013 12: 01 New
        +3
        It is high time that the liquidationist junta was put up against the wall, the Central Bank and the Fund under the authority of the government, to expel the 5th column from all power structures. The government should work for RUSSIA !!!
    2. Rustiger
      Rustiger April 4 2013 08: 45 New
      +6
      For more than a year, economists have been singling out precisely the “energy component” of the Syrian war. One hundred is a blow to Russia, no one doubts, by "blocking oxygen" for Russia by economic means. For example, the creation of gas competition.
      It becomes apparent that gas is displacing oil from the energy balance due to a decrease in its world reserves. It is natural gas that is produced in the North African “post-revolutionary” region that will be delivered through the new gas pipeline - an alternative Arab silk route - to the EU markets in order to reduce the influence of Gazprom in continental Europe. That is why Ankara is so “passionate” about the Arab revolutions, on the other hand, we understand Moscow’s stubbornness in blocking all attempts of the NATO invasion of Syria. The question is about the leadership and prosperity of an economy.
      Russia, already under Putin’s strong leadership, won back its interests in the Georgian crisis (August 2008), which could be seen as a warning shot in the direction of the State Department. Despite the color revolutions that surrounded Russia, its energy influence on the former Soviet republics is much more important and stronger than the rhetoric about democratization practiced by the Western propaganda machine. In the Arab world, Syria is regarded as the last stronghold of Russia in the Middle East. What is happening in Syria is related to the interests of the new US democratic ally, the pro-Islamic Egypt, which is considering an attempt to draw a gas pipeline from Arish (Egypt) bypassing the occupied territories, through Jordan, Syria to Killis, on the Syrian-Turkish border (see map) .
    3. Rustiger
      Rustiger April 4 2013 08: 47 New
      +3
      Continued -

      We see that the Syrian crisis completely exposed the mercantile intentions of the Western allies in trying to reset the world order. Right now, when the world media are spreading news about sanctions against Iran under the pretext of its nuclear program, all this can be called just an information war to discredit Iran in the eyes of the Western world. The reason is buried deep - Iran is becoming an ally and strategic partner in the energy sector for both Russia and China, crowding out US interests in the region. Right now, negotiations are underway between Iran and Pakistan on the construction of a gas pipeline bypassing India. The policy of the latter looks somewhat vague, it gravitates toward the United States and is an ally of many pro-American regimes in the region. China is involved in a big game - the growing energy needs of the country's economy are forcing to take more stringent energy security measures. Iran also does not stand aside, although it takes the second place in the world’s gas reserves, as well as having more than 93 barrels of oil in its bowels. An oil pipeline was built between Iran and Turkmenistan in 1997, and Iran also entered into an investment agreement worth $ 120 billion with China, so we can conclude that Beijing cares about its energy security like no one else. Now Iran plans to sell gas to Europe, using Chinese assistance to compete fiercely with the current US Nabucco gas pipeline. Despite the announced economic sanctions to Tehran, China continues to interact with this country, increasing the volume of trade. Perhaps China is even benefiting from sanctions against Tehran, because that is what allows Beijing to get Iranian cheap gas.
  4. smel
    smel April 4 2013 06: 51 New
    +4
    the higher the readiness of the military organization
    In addition to the readiness of a military organization, an economic and political readiness of the state to solve the problems of territories and, in the end, elementary justice in society and the observance of laws against powerful thieves are also needed.
    1. SCS
      SCS April 4 2013 07: 28 New
      +6
      that's right! Once again, Putin just needs to dispel all doubts about him about inaction in matters of corruption, education ...... in order to show that he is with the people, what kind of people he is! he needs to unite everyone around him! there must be no doubt among us, among the common people, for our leader! and for this he knows what to do .... (for me, for example, the landing of all our corrupt figures will be an indicator, preferably for a very very long time .....)
    2. alexng
      alexng April 4 2013 09: 08 New
      +4
      There is a finer game, as it seems at first glance, and most likely the West is preparing some kind of fork in case of invariance of events. But what Russia can oppose to all this is another question. And who will replay whom is a very big question. The only thing that can reassure is that the West is entangled in its own intricacies, and the more it tries to unravel, the more these same entanglements fetter it. And they can even strangle him in general, and to death. It remains to be hoped that the Russian analytical center is keeping abreast of the Planet and all possible options for the development of the geopolitical situation have been worked out. So far, Russia is ahead of the rest in this matter. Plus, we are helped by the painful self-confidence of the West in everything that constantly makes our sworn “friends” make mistakes one after another.
      1. maksuta
        maksuta April 4 2013 11: 07 New
        0
        and in case of military operations in the south of Russia, where will we grow wheat?
        1. Wedmak
          Wedmak April 4 2013 12: 36 New
          0
          What kind of hostilities are we talking about?
  5. fenix57
    fenix57 April 4 2013 06: 55 New
    +8
    Quote: FC Skiff
    We are not ready for a war like the Syrian. If there, according to available information, the overwhelming majority of the elite remained loyal to the country, then our offshore companies will run first, which will undoubtedly become a catalyst for panic.

    Let me disagree with you.
    No one is betting on oligarchs and the like (it’s clear that these will all be blamed ..), but there’s panic among whom ... Among the PEOPLE there is no panic, and there won’t be. This is RUSSIA.
    Quote: FC Skiff
    . There is only one conclusion: maximum support for Assad, including modern weapons, volunteers and "volunteers"

    There are probably our “advisers” and “consultants” there. Obliged to be there. The interests of Russia ....
    1. DYMITRY
      DYMITRY April 4 2013 08: 02 New
      +1
      Quote: fenix57
      Nobody puts on oligarchs and the like (it’s clear that these

      They will be able to dump only if they know in advance the exact start date. That is, they will manage to get down before that. The rest, in the event of the outbreak of hostilities, will be cleaned as quickly and harshly as possible. Of course, there are those about whom there will be suspicions of involvement, and other morally unstable.
  6. Predator-74
    Predator-74 April 4 2013 06: 57 New
    +2
    For some reason, our government is slowly swaying to support Assad, I also think that he is in the Middle East, at this time, is almost a "guarantee of stability" in this region.
  7. Ivan Tarasov
    Ivan Tarasov April 4 2013 06: 59 New
    +8
    Now it’s clear why the borders of Syria are kept open.
    Well, then you need to supply the latest weapons, and shock UAVs, and robots, and the Arena for tanks. In general, it is better to use chemical weapons, to poison these creatures like bugs. And that there would be no reason for NATO aggression, to accept the CSTO, and give guarantees from the Russian Federation and China.
    Then we will restore Syria, it is important to grind this scum.
  8. fanat CSKA
    fanat CSKA April 4 2013 07: 00 New
    12
    You can land not only in Syria ... but also in June)))) ... about offshore companies ... I'm not sure that they will run! who is waiting for them there? and even so, we don’t need the fifth column. EU sanctions and yusei somehow side ... how do we depend on them? Sneakers supply will stop?))))
    1. Vanek
      Vanek April 4 2013 07: 33 New
      +1
      Quote: fanat CSKA
      will sneakers shipments stop?


      Trouble sad
      1. strannik595
        strannik595 April 4 2013 13: 22 New
        0
        we will torture captive amers and bearded men by sneakers ............. many sneakers and a little Pepsi
  9. xorgi
    xorgi April 4 2013 07: 09 New
    -6
    The author pushes water in a mortar.
    "the seizure of power in Syria by Islamic radical groups will inevitably lead to increased tension in the Russian North Caucasus" - which side? growing tension in the Middle East region - yes, the tragedy of the people - yes, Russia's position in the world - yes, I agree, but growing tension? we do not border Syria and it is not nominal Tajikistan that separates us, but Iran and Turkey, which before they let the militants in Russia think about why they need it.
    "A superficial study of the geographical and political-administrative maps of Russia is enough to come to the conclusion that the main threat to Russia's integrity comes from the North Caucasus." - stupidity. China, Japan from bordering countries pose a more real threat. From the regions there are Tatarstan, Bashkiria and the Ural nationalists, if they manage to stir up the people, then it will crash. In the North Caucasus, a struggle for power is simply being waged, sometimes with the involvement of ideology about secession from the Russian Federation. A biting mongrel should not be mistaken for a sniffing lion.
    "By the way, recently at the household level, rumors have been circulating actively about the planned transfer of some highly profitable industries outside of North Ossetia." - where does the information come from? OBS agency?
    "And all this motley audience after any scenario for the completion of events in Syria will not spontaneously cease to exist, but it is of little use for the war against Iran. It is not difficult to guess which direction all this destructive potential will most likely be directed to." - the author confuses the sequence of events. It’s from Russia that the militants fled to Syria, before it was the other way around. And they don’t need experience for those who escaped.
    My opinion is that the author is speculating on a popular topic.
    1. Dangerous
      Dangerous April 4 2013 08: 03 New
      -6
      I fully support. Linking Russia and Syria in this vein is the same as for example linking the United States and Venezuela. He is also in relative proximity, and pursues an undisguised anti-American policy. And there, in the USA, the news of any exercises or the commissioning of new submarines is probably not associated with the Third World War.
    2. DYMITRY
      DYMITRY April 4 2013 08: 05 New
      0
      Quote: xorgi
      From the regions there are Tatarstan, Bashkiria and the Ural nationalists, if they manage to stir up the people, then it will crash.

      Dear, please tell me where you saw the Ural nationalists? He lived all his life in the Urals, I haven’t even heard of such people !!!
      Quote: xorgi
      My opinion is that the author is speculating on a popular topic.

      But I completely agree with this.
      1. Rodriques
        Rodriques April 4 2013 09: 28 New
        0
        He probably means Khabarov, that means he believes in his guilt, since he gave an example)))
    3. Competition
      Competition April 4 2013 08: 25 New
      +1
      1) after Syria, Iran is also scattered 2) the transition of mercenaries through these countries to our Caucasus we already went through and then there were no wars 3) Turkey is never our friend ... In general, do not doubt the correctness and correctness of this article
    4. Rodriques
      Rodriques April 4 2013 09: 26 New
      +1
      So how did the militants escape from Russia to Syria? wink impossible to say .....
    5. djon3volta
      djon3volta April 4 2013 09: 56 New
      0
      Quote: xorgi
      Tatarstan, Bashkiria and the Ural nationalists, if they manage to stir up the people

      one wondered over, so sat down for 15 years before the start of a racket. no one will allow something to stir up in the center of Russia, riding in cars with black flags is the maximum that they are allowed to, and even that they calmed down somehow unexpectedly, didn’t they frighten them the case that they bury them quietly together with relatives, wives and children, if they will show balamute? It is quite possible.
  10. hunting
    hunting April 4 2013 07: 40 New
    +1
    Good day! Syria, Libya, the North Caucasus are the consequences of unresolved issues in foreign policy. And the reasons must be sought ... well, at least for a start in Qatar and Saudi Arabia. That would be there to create problems internal and external.
  11. amp
    amp April 4 2013 07: 58 New
    +3
    Well, someone doubts that troops should be sent to Syria? If Syria is captured, we will fight in the Caucasus. These are the main hostilities will be in the Caucasus, and the echoes will be heard in Moscow and St. Petersburg. In general, it’s better to crush this hydra. Only for this, the country's leadership should be more decisive, and not these who even Taburetkin cannot plant. Unfortunately Syria is likely to be lost. Not today - tomorrow, NATO will begin the invasion. Assad will have no chance.
    1. piterkras
      piterkras April 4 2013 08: 26 New
      -1
      Are you ready right now to fly to Syria and die for Assad, and not just tryndet on the Internet?
      1. Rodriques
        Rodriques April 4 2013 09: 35 New
        +1
        Are you worried? Here is this popular interent template "are you ready yourself?"
        The army will go there, the call for reservists is still far away, and if we deflect Syria, then soon the hamsters will begin to be returned to the army.
        1. piterkras
          piterkras April 4 2013 09: 54 New
          -1
          But Nitsche, that we have the Army most of the draft? They decided o5 to sit out if something happens behind other people's corpses, an Internet warrior?
          1. Rodriques
            Rodriques April 4 2013 10: 07 New
            +5
            Yes, I’m acting like that, personnel so to speak, I have been serving in the Caucasus so to speak since early times.
      2. djon3volta
        djon3volta April 4 2013 10: 04 New
        -2
        Quote: piterkras
        Are you ready right now to fly to Syria and die for Assad, and not just tryndet on the Internet?

        I told you in another topic-where does the civilian population ??? are you ready to fight against Naval Forces, Airborne Forces, Airborne Forces, the Ministry of Internal Affairs for Navalny or Kvachkov? And who will you fight against? Your own people inside the country? fool
        1. PrikVO 84-86
          PrikVO 84-86 April 4 2013 11: 36 New
          +1
          Navalny compared with Kvachkov. Khazarin, are you sure?
      3. Yeraz
        Yeraz April 4 2013 11: 07 New
        +5
        Quote: piterkras
        Are you ready right now to fly to Syria and die for Assad, and not just tryndet on the Internet?

        So many cheers patriots perceive the army as some kind of separate being separated from society, although there are real people there, whose sons they will die.
        Now in Syria, it was too late to do something. It was necessary before. They won’t give in and it will even aggravate the situation. The Sunnis are on the side of the militants, it is not possible to wage a guerrilla war so calmly without the support of the local population. And imagine Shiites whom the Sunnis hate comes to openly support the Russians, Shiites, whom the Sunnis consider heretics to be one with the Christians. The situation will become even worse and there will be even more volunteers. Do not forget the Sunnis make up the majority in Islam, if I am not mistaken, 80% versus 20%. Russia will declare war on almost the entire Islamic world, how many are ready to put so many soldiers there? And this is a guerrilla war, and not a clash of 2 armies so that Russia crushes with its power, special operations in the North Caucasus do not stop, and here they want to go to Syria. In a warm place it’s convenient to write behind the campaign, get into the hell where the bullet can fly from any direction, I’ll look at these people who want to invade.
        1. Rodriques
          Rodriques April 4 2013 11: 30 New
          +2
          When, after Syria, we begin to discuss reports from the Iranian theater, will you write the same thing?
    2. SSR
      SSR April 4 2013 12: 37 New
      +1
      Quote: amp
      Well, someone doubts that troops should be sent to Syria?

      I won’t tell you about the troops ... but IMHA .. it would be a good help if Russia trained the Syrian pilots and shipped (such as a land lease) 10 of the "Night Hunters" ... scumbags seem to be much more active at night .....
      Yes, and "Bumblebee" would be shipped there ... to smoke from the holes ....
  12. fzr1000
    fzr1000 April 4 2013 08: 07 New
    +3
    In my opinion, the author brings everything together, although no one has canceled the terrorist dangers, but, for example, Primorsky partisans were a response to the police lawlessness.
    1. PrikVO 84-86
      PrikVO 84-86 April 4 2013 11: 49 New
      0
      Yes. With coastal partisans, the author lied. And once lied to - there is no faith.
  13. Fox
    Fox April 4 2013 08: 11 New
    0
    somehow I gathered everything in a heap ... what does the coastal partisans have to do with it? what department? the Caucasus, yes. but the other examples are suction from the finger. Bashkiria is more interesting in this regard. Moreover, the interest is instilled from the authorities. In short, it’s minus.
    1. PrikVO 84-86
      PrikVO 84-86 April 4 2013 11: 50 New
      0
      Yes. The author deliberately lied with the seaside partisans. And once lied to - there is no faith.
    2. PrikVO 84-86
      PrikVO 84-86 April 4 2013 11: 51 New
      0
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      1. virm
        virm April 4 2013 11: 53 New
        0
        Something on my site or the Internet is buggy. I apologize
  14. Competition
    Competition April 4 2013 08: 14 New
    +1
    All this is very, very shitty !!!! I also think that in the "Syrian issue" we can’t sit out ... And that I still have to fight in the Caucasus or another region of the country ... I never doubted it very much ... but it’s necessary ...... In general, the solution to half of worldly problems I see only in the destruction of “our Western friends” —that they want to put the whole planet on their ears ... Until “they” see how shells are bursting in their cities, they and they will eat hamburgers and weave intrigues against everyone!
    1. Dangerous
      Dangerous April 4 2013 08: 32 New
      0
      So you do not sit back! Pack your bags and go! laughing
      1. Competition
        Competition April 4 2013 08: 40 New
        +1
        in vain you laugh .... while you were sitting and thinking in the 90s, two wars started and people were laid there unintentionally .... You need to go to the Caucasus to prevent consciousness and see if it’s good or not
        1. Dangerous
          Dangerous April 4 2013 08: 58 New
          +1
          You can’t wait to fight this, and even throw shells at Berlin, London, Paris, Prague, New York with Washington and Hollywood. And how are things in the Caucasus, I know from an Internet, and something doesn’t really pull there
          1. piterkras
            piterkras April 4 2013 09: 02 New
            +2
            Yes, he would go to Chechnya at one time, and even to South Ossetia with Abkhazia. But only something exactly at that time his diarrhea carried. Not until the war was somehow. And so he would go laughing .
  15. deman73
    deman73 April 4 2013 08: 15 New
    0
    In the event of a conflict in the Caucasus, the war should be fought on all fronts, both in the information and political and military sectors, while the war in the Caucasus is already underway, but as always, we will not really take anything
    1. Dangerous
      Dangerous April 4 2013 08: 59 New
      0
      What kind of war is going on there?
      1. djon3volta
        djon3volta April 4 2013 10: 08 New
        -4
        Quote: Dangerous
        What kind of war is going on there?

        nuclear, it’s just that the Putin media is silent, and everyone keeps it a secret))) it’s like with Krymsky, when hovnoblogers shout about supposedly thousands of corpses that were taken away by trucks and buried in bulldozers.
  16. Corporal
    Corporal April 4 2013 08: 58 New
    -1
    1. If Syria falls, in the eyes of the whole world we will be to blame.
    2. I really would not want to, but it seems to me that our top will merge Syria, in the most cynical way.
    1. piterkras
      piterkras April 4 2013 09: 03 New
      0
      Are you ready to fly to Syria and die there for Assad and Russia if Putin issues an order to collect part of the troops for landing in Damascus, eh?
      1. djon3volta
        djon3volta April 4 2013 09: 18 New
        0
        Quote: piterkras
        if Putin issues an order to collect part of the troops for landing in Damascus, eh?

        and where does Efreiter, or any civilian? Or do you want to say that if Putin gives such an order, then the soldiers will say, “Well, here we are, we won’t fight for Assad, and Putin doesn’t give us a decree ..” you really think that the soldiers ( not civilians, to whom do you attribute Efreiter) will they say so or will their behavior be such? For not fulfilling the order in wartime do you know what happens?
        1. sergo0000
          sergo0000 April 4 2013 11: 51 New
          +4
          djon3volta
          Troops can also be deployed within the UN mandate. Where, among others, there could be our guys. And it’s not necessary to take part in military operations ourselves — they could do reconnaissance and guarding the borders with Turkey and Israel. Providing logistic and information support. But again, it doesn’t depend on Russia alone. We need massive informational support from all the media, with the sole purpose of conveying the truth to people about the lawlessness going on with Syria. And this, as you know, is almost impossible, knowing who pays for the information ordered by the West. Here you want to put the article from Pravdainform.ru resource Thierry Meyssan: The most interesting thing is that Russia has allies inside the American system, but Google blocks it as malicious! request Here you have another form of blocking the truthful information! Great article! good Learn a lot about Qatar and the Saudis and Israel and France! By the way, I went to it from the android, it worked! wink
          1. SSR
            SSR April 4 2013 15: 18 New
            +2
            Quote: sergo0000
            truthinform.ru "" Thierry Meyssan

            Great article. +
            http://trueinform.ru/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=10205
            In June, in Geneva, Sergey Lavrov signed a peacekeeping plan. He was unilaterally postponed by the American side, but ultimately Barack Obama brought him into effect after his re-election for a second term. This plan provides for the deployment of the UN Peacekeeping Force, which will include mainly formations from the CSTO. In addition, he admits that Bashar al-Assad retains power if the Syrian people support him by a majority vote.


            But.
        2. stranik72
          stranik72 April 4 2013 19: 59 New
          +2
          "for not fulfilling the order in wartime do you know what happens?"
          Well, first you need to declare this wartime, and there will be problems with it, and the Russian army is not ready to die for Syria. There will be popular unrest about this, I am ready to participate in them myself.
    2. Dangerous
      Dangerous April 4 2013 09: 04 New
      0
      It’s bad to be guilty of course ... It’s good that there is a Forgiveness Sunday, we hope that the whole world will forgive us on this day!
      1. aviamed90
        aviamed90 April 4 2013 16: 44 New
        0
        The problem is that such an order from Putin will not follow ... It's not so simple. And about the one who will go to Syria - there would be a decent number of volunteers! It is a fact.
        Remember our airborne battalion during the war in Yugoslavia (Pristina). How did our government behave?
  17. Corsair5912
    Corsair5912 April 4 2013 09: 03 New
    +5
    Modern warfare is a very expensive undertaking, without serious ideological, financial and logistical support, all the terrorist organizations of the North Caucasus would not have existed for several months. But, as they say, "since stars are lit in the sky, then someone needs this." And the "stars" and their "sponsors" have long been known

    Russia is not Libya, not Afghanistan and not Syria; it can also get sponsors, so they bang them on the head so that they will no longer want to harm them.
    The main thing for Russia to have in the Kremlin is not to smear reptiles in front of Tel Aviv and Washington, but a strong hand that is not afraid of decisive action.
    Berezovsky financed Chechnya’s militants with Chernomordin, it was necessary to treat them as enemies of the people and traitors, and not to talk and portray political correctness and tolerance.
    Sahak could be multiplied by zero and some other leaders.
    Let the scribblers then unsubscribe, otherwise in the country zhurnalyug and zhurnalyushki, like dogs uncut, and who you will not dig Judas or Mazepa.
    1. Dangerous
      Dangerous April 4 2013 09: 09 New
      +1
      Well, who do you propose? Just don’t say that it can be Shoigu or Rogozin. They themselves boil the second ten years in this porridge
  18. Strezhevchanin
    Strezhevchanin April 4 2013 09: 03 New
    +4
    As we were no longer nightmare, and for the sake of kala, the Islamists, all kinds of BABs there with their fucking orange moods. The Russian proverb says: you can’t share the skin of an unkilled bear, wait for the bastards in your own time and then we will see to whom we will push the mace completely.
  19. pensioner
    pensioner April 4 2013 09: 10 New
    0
    Quote: mark1
    Elements of physical influence in the upbringing of the personality by pedagogical science are allowed (but not approved)

    Well, once you can probably
  20. Competition
    Competition April 4 2013 09: 14 New
    +2
    Yes, many are ready ... we don’t have to think that what happens over 2000 km does not concern us. The world is very complicated ..... and imagine that our people often work abroad to ensure the country's security
  21. pa_nik
    pa_nik April 4 2013 09: 22 New
    0
    Unfortunately, everything goes towards what will be “as always” (C). Russia will have to deal with the consequences, not the reasons ... In addition, S. Lavrov has oiled the representative of Qatar to the UN, actions aimed not only at neutralizing, but at least at restricting the actions of the Saudis, on the part of our country or its representatives observed .. recourse On the other hand, given the specificity of such actions, they do not shout about them and try not to cover the news laughing
  22. pav-pon1972
    pav-pon1972 April 4 2013 09: 27 New
    0
    ... And the "stars" and their "sponsors" have long been known.

    Once it is known, you need to beat on the "hands", "lips", play with the environment of the "stars" on the contradictions.
  23. Natalia
    Natalia April 4 2013 09: 27 New
    0
    Russia, although belatedly, has finally decided on its own national interests in this region:

    It’s not true that Russia is slowing down with it terribly ..... we didn’t even bother to organize direct deliveries of weapons to Syria.
    And until we do this, our opponents will be one step ahead.
    Since these are OUR national interests, please supply equipment, and you will have to do this for a frequent free of charge for the idea, so to speak .... otherwise, they will squeeze Syria out of us.
    1. sincman
      April 4 2013 09: 48 New
      +4
      Quote: Natalia
      It’s not true that Russia is slowing down with it terribly ..... we didn’t even bother to organize direct deliveries of weapons to Syria.

      I think you should not be so categorical. The fact that you do not know about this does not mean that there were no deliveries. Or do you think the BDK detachment went to Syria back and forth only to burn diesel fuel? ;) Moreover, they began to walk intensively after the British did not allow the Russian transport carrier with spare parts for helicopters to Syria, depriving it of insurance. The combat squad of ships does not need insurance ... and it is more difficult to stop them. At the same time, the BDKs are roomy enough for the transport of military goods. Think about these facts ...
      Sincerely.
      1. Natalia
        Natalia April 4 2013 10: 05 New
        +1
        Quote: sincman
        The fact that you do not know about this does not mean that there were no deliveries.

        Well, maybe I didn’t put it that way, reformulate, I meant to openly supply weapons for the needs of the defense of Syria.
        As the LAS and Britain do with France. Only they do it for the militants ...
    2. Natalia
      Natalia April 4 2013 09: 57 New
      +4
      Is the Russian army ready for the Syrian version in the Caucasus?

      And on the account of this, I can say that there were worse situations ..... when everything was ruined, plundered, the soldiers who were not shot by legions were sent there (to the Caucasus) ...... and one FIG pulled out, took out the situation, put everything on rails what’s called, having previously destroyed a good part of the enemies.
      Now, of course, there remains a threat of tension in the Caucasus, but today it is far from yesterday .... today, if anything, they will shoot any militant, block, tear, and destroy ......
      and if necessary, we will kill them in the toilet (as Comrade Putin said)
      It’s pathetic, but the fact is that you’re not in the 90s.
      1. sergo0000
        sergo0000 April 4 2013 11: 04 New
        +3
        In my opinion, the article is certainly true. But here on the Internet there was an article by the French journalist Thierry Meyssan! An interesting look, so to speak, of a Western journalist hi I just can’t help but share the reference! Syria, a look from Russia.
        (609)
        Topics: Thierry Meyssan

        Voltaire Network

        Voltaire Network, 2013-03-31 11:08:10

        Voltaire Network | Moscow (Russia) | March 31, 2013 | Thierry Meyssan


        The pro-Western Moscow intelligentsia views the war in Syria as a conflict in which the Kremlin dragged the country, supporting the evil side away from its borders for the sake of the useless naval base in Tartu.

        On the contrary, Vladimir Putin views this war as one of the episodes of the conflict, in which, by virtue of the "Brzezinski doctrine", the Western Islamist coalition opposed the USSR, and now against Russia. The Kremlin has no doubt that jihadists, having gained experience in the Middle East, will not fail to take advantage of it in Chechnya, Ingushetia and Dagestan. From this point of view, the fall of Syria will inevitably be followed by a fire in the Russian Caucasus. Consequently, the support of the Syrian Arab Republic is not an exotic fad, it follows from the requirement of national security ... trueinform.ru
        1. SSR
          SSR April 4 2013 15: 36 New
          +2
          As for Sarkozy, I found that even from his youthful years he was led by Ambassador Frank Wisner Jr. This character is one of the most important figures in the CIA, which was founded by his father Frank William Sr. It follows that the career of Nicolas Sarkozy was completely predetermined by the CIA. Therefore, it is not surprising that, as the president of the French Republic, he defended the interests of Washington, and not the interests of the French.

          The Serbs know very well who this Frank Wisner is the youngest: he, having the status of special representative of the President of the United States of America, unilaterally recognized the independence of Kosovo.

          All this I detailed in my speech at the Eurasian Media Forum in Kazakhstan, and I was asked to write an article on this topic for the journal However (Russia). It turned out that she was published in this magazine during the war with Georgia, at the very moment when Sarkozy arrived in Moscow. Prime Minister Vladimir Putin put this magazine on the table before starting a conversation with him. Of course, this did not improve my relationship with Sarkozy.

          Article .. straight mood lifted. )) in general, thanks)))
          http://trueinform.ru/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=10205
  24. Vtel
    Vtel April 4 2013 09: 46 New
    +2
    While the Jews-Liberals rule in Russia, one does not have to wait for bold Russian decisions. Only perhaps small taxis to keep the people in check.
    1. sincman
      April 4 2013 09: 54 New
      +4
      Quote: Vtel
      While the Jews-Liberals rule in Russia, one does not have to wait for bold Russian decisions.

      I am sure that very soon the time will come and we will remove these from the trough. So far, this is exactly what is going on. They do not fit into the plans of our future, but as you know, you need to cut off the excess so that it does not interfere ...
    2. SASCHAmIXEEW
      SASCHAmIXEEW April 4 2013 12: 36 New
      +3
      For a long time I have been calling the liquidationists to the wall !!! We are goy slaves for them !!!! And in thoughts and actions !! What good have they done for modern RUSSIA !! ?? Besides looting the country, nothing !! Everything in offshore, the factories that our grandfathers built, they grabbed and registered in the same place, grabbed the bowels, they have gas and oil monopolies !!! How long will this last? People, when will we wake up?
      1. Rustiger
        Rustiger April 4 2013 13: 21 New
        +4
        For a long time I have been calling the liquidationists to the wall !!! We are goy slaves for them !!!! And in thoughts and actions !!

        They do not hide this. Especially on forums where there is no malicious moderation. Examples of tons on the net -

        You can read if you increase.
        Noticed as soon as the "flags" appeared, someone as a member boldly from the forum. . .
        1. djon3volta
          djon3volta April 4 2013 14: 09 New
          +5
          Quote: Rustiger
          Noticed as soon as the "flags" appeared, someone as a member boldly from the forum. . .

          there’s such a thing. Especially for a long time it’s not been seen with the Amer flag of one comrade who supposedly works at the rig, and therefore he has an allegedly American flag. I read his comments, and it is not clear why his people are holding him, because he is openly cutting Putin and the government , and hold it with pluses!
        2. mamba
          mamba April 4 2013 15: 28 New
          +5
          It is in what forum this "intellectual" was noted? In a fit of evil Russophobia, he fell into complete inadequacy if he decided that his beloved Israel "sweeps the whole Arab world and the Russian animal farm, if necessary". For many years of experience with Jews, I saw few outright fools among them, but there were many schizophrenics suffering from megalomania. The same case is clearly clinical. I hope that there will be people in the Israeli government who do not like the prospect of a nuclear desert in Palestine, where Israel once existed and Jews lived.
  25. vadson
    vadson April 4 2013 10: 08 New
    +1
    Quote: mark1
    An offshore education should be conducted. I’m sure that the kind, good but weighty word “elder comrade” will always help those who have gone astray go the right way.

    like a classic: a kind word and a gun are more convincing than just a kind word
    1. Uncle lee
      Uncle lee April 4 2013 10: 39 New
      +6
      Like a classic: Your word, comrade Mauser!
  26. Begemot
    Begemot April 4 2013 10: 08 New
    0
    "And the" stars "and their" sponsors "have long been known." (End of quote)
    So why are these nits still alive, do we really still hope that through and through the lying Western civilization will take us into our arms if we play by their rules and wring our hat, bowing before the overseas gentleman. It's time to shy away at the sponsors and their minions. Especially, given that our liberal critics of "unwashed, savage Russia" are not at all inclined to stand on ceremony in such situations, and even the deaths of several tens of thousands of civilians is not a reason for them to apologize, not to mention remorse.
  27. leon-iv
    leon-iv April 4 2013 10: 28 New
    +3
    I wanted to write a long post but I think it’s better to use the words hardIngusha
    Over the past thirty to forty years, a caste of professional militants has formed in the Middle East. People who can do nothing but war. They flow from one country to another in search of earnings. A kind of illegal migrants. But in order for them to go to the next erupted region, two conditions are needed:

    1. Generous funding.
    2. A lot of weapons and ammunition (far from every region you can get your own belongings).

    That is, the customer sends a beacon "Generous payment is guaranteed, experience is welcomed, we provide with everything necessary." And then the militants begin to squeeze to the specified country. For a normal person, this seems strange - what the heck is getting into such a dangerous enterprise, especially since the money they pay is actually not that big? There are also two factors - they can’t do anything else. Mercenaries fall into training camps often without even having received secondary education. But even if they were able to do something else, it is very difficult to earn money in their native country, but they are not welcome in prosperous Islamic countries. Islamic states, where the social environment is more or less relatively normal, can be counted on the fingers of one hand. But why count them - if there is oil - we take a walk, no - we go into fighters. But these countries are becoming less and less. In Iraq, well-being ended, thanks to the United States, in Libya and Syria, too. Even Egypt, a rare exception to the rule, breaking into the middle league thanks not to oil, but to the tourism business, is also in a deep ... let’s put it, diplomacy. You can’t even remember about Afghanistan ...

    Now "all the headstock of terrorism" revolve in Syria. All the militants climb there. I will never believe that 6 mercenaries from the North Caucasus declared by unknown sources are fighting there. If six hundred is typed - and that’s good. And moreover, I doubt that at least 10% of them are from Russia. Basically, these are fighters who, during the Chechen campaigns, went abroad for treatment and didn’t (could not) return to Russia, as well as relatives sent abroad by "authoritative" bandits during the Chechen campaigns. Plus emigrants. They thought that they would like to live in Islamic states, but having taken a dash, they realized that there were no “options” and that we had to somehow survive, even if we had to risk our lives for this.

    How can all this gang climb into Russia? First, external sources of financing will be difficult. Secondly, crossing the border will not be as easy as it once was - a significant part will simply perish during this crazy enterprise. Then they will have to somehow assimilate. Obviously, they will not be able to legalize - all settlements are under control, therefore, it remains only to create bases in the mountains. For this, it will be necessary to increase the available aiding base tenfold, which in itself is more reminiscent of Manila bridges than the actual development of events. But even if this stage is also being implemented, they will have to create more or less large connections for some significant shares. These compounds carry vulnerabilities - they are easier to destroy in bulk than individually.

    In short, no sane sponsor will approve the plan of attack on Russia. It is simply unpromising - money wasted. Moreover, if the Syrian government wins, there will not be many living militants there to form at least some unpleasant force for Russia. We'll have to wait until new ones are prepared. And if the Syrian government loses, then there will be a massacre for a long time - an absolutely fascinating event for the militants, from which they won’t even be able to distract them. Some loners from among the once local bandits will try to penetrate the North Caucasus - and let them try. If a person wants to die in his native land, it is a sin to refuse him.
  28. sergo0000
    sergo0000 April 4 2013 10: 44 New
    +1
    Fights in Syria. April, 4. Morning
    In the province of Damascus in the city of Daraya, an army unit established full control over the tomb of Seyida Sukaina and its environs. The terrorists who used it as a headquarters for planning criminal operations were eliminated. On the territory of the tomb, several IEDs installed by militants were also neutralized and a large number of weapons and ammunition were confiscated. In the same city, in the area of ​​financial management, individual militant groups were destroyed. In the Jobar area, army units routed the shelters of terrorist groups, destroying several leaders, in particular one named Abu Mahmoud ... trueinform.ru

    Islamic militants are a headache for many governments
    Intelligence reports forced France to freeze plans for arms supplies to opponents of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. As the Canar Anshene weekly newspaper reported today, the French secret services warned the authorities that "some of the weapons may fall into the hands of the Mujahideen." Intelligence points to the existence of an international environment that supplies Islamic radicals to participate in armed conflicts. According to the General Directorate of External Security of France, "today more Islamists are fighting in Syria than in their time in Afghanistan on the side of the Taliban" ... trueinform.ru
  29. Goldmitro
    Goldmitro April 4 2013 10: 50 New
    0
    <<< .... internal threats to modern Russia today look much more dangerous and real. This is facilitated by growing tension on the issue of interethnic relations, the completed formation of mononational ruling elites in the Russian subjects of the North Caucasus, as well as the willingness of our new “friends” from the EU and from across the ocean to make maximum use of these factors to prevent Russia from strengthening its positions ... Even at the level of “Cannon fodder” of the Syrian opposition there is a realization that Russia is likely to become the next target for Islamic radicals. >>>
    It is clear that the formed mono-national elites play a crucial role in all the ongoing processes in the Caucasus, moreover, they are primarily responsible for the direction in which these processes will develop. So the federal center must now clearly make clear to these mono-ethnic ruling elites without any politicians that if they do not resolutely counteract the emerging increase in tension and interethnic relations, moreover, God forbid, indulge this process and prepare the territory of their republic as a bridgehead - a base for the future admission of hordes of jihadist Islamists who are now terrorizing the Syrian people, then this will BECOME THE END of their well-being and, in general, the END of their existence on the territory of Russia, no matter what support they use from behind the hillock!
  30. MRomanovich
    MRomanovich April 4 2013 11: 15 New
    0
    The reasons for our leadership's lack of strong-willed decisions on the Syrian issue are most likely from the 90s, a sort of EBN legacy. Apparently since then some of the bargaining chips or levers still remained, and if earlier they held our leadership for all their eggs, now even though their grip has weakened, one of the eggs seems to be still being squeezed. A considerable contribution is also made by traitors who no longer hide their venality. Plus, we have one more big trouble - democracy. Our leadership has played too much democracy, so much so that even if you get rid of other problems and obstacles, there will still be no solutions and manifestations of will dictated by the mind, but instead there will still be an obscene bleating from which is neither hot nor cold. If our leadership in the near future does not begin to do what is prompted by the real situation, and not to look around all the time with caution “what will others say?”, Then really, sooner or later, our turn will come.
  31. Roll
    Roll April 4 2013 11: 17 New
    0
    tongue Not everything is so bad, of course, our army is not yet ready for a war of the level of Syria, we have few drones, few troops of constant readiness. North Korea will play a plus for us, if a vigorous war begins soon and the amers strike back at the northerners, a powerful anti-Amerian company develops, the amers will have their problems above the roof and they will not be up to us.
    1. PrikVO 84-86
      PrikVO 84-86 April 4 2013 12: 02 New
      -1
      The author kindles. It would be necessary to attract him. Everyone knows that in the North. The most patriotic patriots of the Russian Federation live in the Caucasus. They themselves will tear all Wahhabis like an Acetic warmer.

      PS 8 Wahhabis = 1 Wahabay)
      1. vezunchik
        vezunchik April 4 2013 12: 29 New
        -2
        Russian oil fields located in the Yamalo-Nenets and Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Districts will be under the control of the Rockefeller Oil Company, which is controlled by Stephen Clark Rockefeller, a member of the sixth generation of the famous American family. Experts are sure that the transaction amount is market-based, but they are surprised at the lack of interest in the fields from Russian oil companies.
        1. djon3volta
          djon3volta April 4 2013 14: 31 New
          0
          Quote: vezunchik
          will be under the control of the Rockefeller Oil Company

          let’s say let’s say. And the question is - the oilman Vasya Ivanov thinks about it? Actually, he’s not a big deal, for him the main thing is to get paid on time, and who the owner of the rocking chair is the tenth business ..
          1. Reindeer herder
            Reindeer herder April 4 2013 14: 49 New
            +2
            The oilman doesn’t think anything, he works and freezes snot. No one will give up promising and highly profitable deposits, but they have been trying to push exhausted ones, such as the cart and small cart, for many years. smile
            1. sergo0000
              sergo0000 April 4 2013 15: 11 New
              +1
              Quote: Reindeer Herder
              The oilman doesn’t think anything, he works and freezes snot. No one will give up promising and highly profitable deposits, but they have been trying to push exhausted ones, such as the cart and small cart, for many years. smile

              It’s also true! We ourselves live here and see. drinks
              1. Reindeer herder
                Reindeer herder April 4 2013 15: 36 New
                +1
                Hello fellow countryman. drinks
            2. Strezhevchanin
              Strezhevchanin April 4 2013 15: 16 New
              +5
              Quote: Reindeer Herder
              The oilman does not think anything, he works and freezes the snot.

              The oilman always thinks what will happen even in 10 years, after the 90s !!!
              And for the Rockefeller Oil Company, thanks to comrade Khodorkovsky, who shot hydraulic fractures around 70% of the oil wells and wanted to shove all the assets to the Britons. In time, Vovan cut down his legs on this cattle, so I, as an oilman for Putin !!!
              1. Reindeer herder
                Reindeer herder April 4 2013 15: 34 New
                +2
                Yes, if only Hodor is alone. TNCs killed, LUKOIL killed. Now monsters-units for hydraulic fracturing are not visible on the road, and about 10 years ago every day columns were wound. We realized when the well output fell, but late.
          2. sergo0000
            sergo0000 April 4 2013 15: 04 New
            +1
            Quote: djon3volta
            Russian oil fields located in the Yamalo-Nenets and Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Districts will be under the control of the Rockefeller Oil Company,

            A total valuation of ALROSA’s assets at $ 1 billion is “adequate,” and Geotransgaz, which costs about $ 800 million, provides most of it, says Vitaliy Kryukov from IFD Kapital. But it’s hard to imagine that a private British fund, “albeit with funding from the Rockefeller family,” will become a full-fledged player in the Russian gas market, adds Valery Nesterov from Troika Dialog Investment Company. Until now, if foreigners invested in Russian gas assets, they are primarily profile players, partners of Gazprom, who “understand the specifics of access of independent gas producers in Russia to the Unified gas supply and distribution system both inside Russia and for export ”, The analyst explains. He believes the British Empire Special Situations PLC is buying Geotransgaz and the Urengoy Gas Company for resale at a premium. Yamalpro.ru
            That's actually the whole horror story! hi What can we do, we do not live under socialism, where speculation was prohibited by law. Purely Jewish gesheftchik! winked
  32. MRomanovich
    MRomanovich April 4 2013 11: 23 New
    0
    Quote: Rolm
    amers will have their problems above the roof and they will not be up to us.
  33. PrikVO 84-86
    PrikVO 84-86 April 4 2013 12: 05 New
    -1
    The author kindles. It would be necessary to attract him.
  34. vezunchik
    vezunchik April 4 2013 12: 39 New
    0
    Central Bank Chairman Sergei Ignatiev is seriously concerned about the low economic growth rate. He said this to bankers at a congress of the Association of Russian Banks. “The beginning of 2013 brought us an unpleasant surprise,” he stated. In January-February, industrial production declined by 2012% compared to the same period in 1,5. “We have not had such a situation since 2009,” Ignatiev noted, and added that already last year there was a noticeable slowdown in growth rates (GDP grew by 2012% in 3,4).

    The reasons, according to Ignatiev, are several: an unfavorable investment climate, low volumes of private investments, poor state of infrastructure. “Pure demographic factors play a role: Russia has entered a period of absolute decline in the working-age population,” he said.

    In addition, the crisis state of the world economy leads to a noticeable reduction in external demand for certain types of products of metallurgy, chemical, pulp and paper industry. Ignatiev noted that in 2012 there was a sharp slowdown in the growth of exports and imports of goods: export of goods in dollar terms grew only by 1,4%, and imports - by 3,6%, although before that the increase was in double digits.

    At the same time, Russia recorded an extremely low unemployment rate (in January and February it was 5,3% (And Vice Prime Minister Golodets cannot understand where the 40 million people have gone! ), and annual inflation grew. "The state of the labor market remains rather tense, which does not mean the need to soften monetary policy," Ignatiev said.
    1. djon3volta
      djon3volta April 4 2013 14: 27 New
      +6
      if you read the rambler, there are 95-97% of negative news about Russia. if you brought it from here, am I right? well, here we take the heading "business" and read the headlines
      Bank of Russia to spend for Visa and MasterCard
      Russia's foreign debt for the quarter grew by $ 50 billion
      Central Bank still does not see a steady tendency to slow inflation
      25,8 billion dollars “leaked” from Russia in the first quarter
      38 million Russians “are not clear what they are doing
      Russians face interruptions in drugs

      etc., etc., do you think there are no other news in the country, positive and good?
      go to http://www.sdelanounas.ru/blogs/ there is no news about your Ignatiev and Golodets, and it’s very correct, because the site is focused on positive information, not negative. Here and the whole layout.
      1. sergo0000
        sergo0000 April 4 2013 15: 00 New
        +4
        Eugene! Everyone sees what he wants to see! +
  35. Mr. Truth
    Mr. Truth April 4 2013 13: 22 New
    +2
    In our country, at least 2,5 million opponents. You have to figure it out first. Separate your own from strangers.
  36. T-130
    T-130 April 4 2013 14: 12 New
    +1
    Give the color revolution ..... in the USA! Many problems will be solved this way by themselves!
  37. Vtel
    Vtel April 4 2013 16: 02 New
    +1
    "I hear the clatter of hooves. Comrade commander!
    Calm Vanya .. Shoot in small bursts. I will think."
  38. Goldkonstantin
    Goldkonstantin April 4 2013 16: 36 New
    +2
    They are trying to blow up Russia not only, although to a greater extent, through the Caucasus. Look, in Tatarstan all kinds of “faithful” started stirring up, who are calling to drown the whole of Russia in blood .... We are slowly tied our hands, our allies are being taken away ... Another thing is when we ourselves have tadpoles who think that it’s better for us to lose ballast, from then we will live! If now at least a little bit calm even in the Caucasus. And Syria, it seems to me, will cope with the terrorists, with our help. The United States got its own teeth sore, creating Al Qaeda and other entities that are naughty now in the Middle East.
    1. Mr. Truth
      Mr. Truth April 4 2013 17: 16 New
      +1
      Quote: GoldKonstantin
      Over in Tatarstan

      I am most worried about the Volga region. .
  39. Vitali-46
    Vitali-46 April 4 2013 18: 39 New
    +1
    Peace be to your home, ladies and gentlemen! I read the article, watched the video, and this is the thought. Everyone absolutely understands that Syria needs to be saved, and it’s not to anyone, namely RUSSIA !!!! I think the top leadership of the government, understand this too! But why is our country inactive ????? Why the United States, France, OPEN without hiding, support all dishonesty, supply them with weapons, etc. Why we can’t support the Syrian people in the same way. , with the same weapons ?? Why can they, but we can’t ?? Or are we not confident in our abilities? Or are we afraid of the consequences? Or do we not need Syria? I think now demonstrate RUSSIA strength and political will, many aggressive movements could would stop in the future. They broke off Georgia. In due time, despite the fact that they were supported by the same amers !! And what, the amers shouted, and that’s all !! You need to act, assertively, strongly, no doubt !! Otherwise, sooner or late, the enemy will come to us !! Regards !!!
  40. zinander
    zinander April 4 2013 19: 43 New
    0
    As far as I understood from the program special. correspondent all the same, our guys are fighting in Syria?
  41. medwed1976
    medwed1976 April 4 2013 20: 26 New
    +1
    A superficial study of the geographical and political-administrative maps of Russia is enough to come to the conclusion that the main threat to the integrity of Russia comes from the North Caucasus.

    The unequivocal answer to "well-wishers"
  42. optimist
    optimist April 4 2013 22: 42 New
    +3
    They talked about everything here, but not about the most urgent: about our "black ... face" "brothers" from the North Caucasus. In which case, “lighting” these “Russians” will be easier than torching a puddle of gasoline. While Syria is courageously dying, covering our ... opu, it would be possible to introduce preventive measures. First, cover the "faucet" of a free dough. And those who forget to roll a frog like an asphalt rink. Because when Assad is crushed, it will be too late ...
  43. Region65
    Region65 April 5 2013 03: 57 New
    0
    “Test stones” are already known - “partisans” of the Far East ... plus, but mention of the five (or how many of them I didn’t remember there) elementary gopniks in the article is not appropriate. Those youngsters that the author remembered have nothing to do with the partisans or any rebels, and even less so with any political forces in the Far East of the country. Ordinary stupid people who did not want to study and work, had seen enough of militants, videos on YouTube, who had read all kinds of separatist scum on the Internet, came up with an excuse for their bandit natures, elevated it to the rank of "ideology" of their organized criminal group and told themselves that they were fighting for freedom went with shouts of “Allahu Akbar” to wet cops (why should these squeals come from the mouths of Slavic guys and even living in the Far East, where fortunately people still do not suffer from religious fanaticism, because once you have to hammer your head with all kinds of mud, you need to work and survive
  44. Boa kaa
    Boa kaa April 5 2013 23: 42 New
    +2
    Carefully read the opinions of members of the forum. A lot of smart and efficient. I would like to share my thoughts.
    1. The Russian Federation and the People's Republic of China jointly at the UN blocked an attempt by the United States and NATO countries to solve the Syrian issue by force.
    2. The first visit of the leader of the People's Republic of China to the Russian Federation to clarify views, resolve issues of military-technical cooperation. (SU-35, ПЛ pr636), etc.
    3. To solve the Syrian issue in their favor, the States need to force the Russian Federation and China to deal with "hot" problems in their own countries (NGOs, corruption, etc.) or at their borders. This is how the topic of large-scale maneuvers of South Korea and the USA near the borders of S. Korea is born, based on the predictable reaction of the northerners.
    4. The threat of nuclear weapons (if the provocations do not cease) is the answer of Kim-3. Hemorrhagus for neighbors: Russia and China, Japan, and other countries of the region. Syria goes to the background ...
    How to solve the Syrian problem? Repeat the experience of the USSR 51-53gg. We - technology, China - volunteers. And bury as many jihadists in Syrian land as possible, so that this infection does not crawl to our North. Caucasus There and without import of its "good" enough.
    Why, apart from volunteers, we should not send guys to Syria. There are at least two reasons: a) demography, b) the reason for our NGOs to work out amerovskie pyataks, squealing and balamut people ...
    It will be possible to act more decisively after bringing the non-systemic opposition to the single denominator of the NATIONAL idea. Which (according to Lenin), having mastered the masses will become a material force. IMHO.