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Lukashenko: “We won’t fight corruption - we will lose the country and slide to the level of neighboring states”

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Belarus does not have such resources as Russia and Ukraine, so the fight against corruption should be active. This 12 April said Alexander Lukashenko, appointing the heads of state bodies of the security system, the press service of the President of Belarus.


Lukashenko: “We won’t fight corruption - we will lose the country and slide to the level of neighboring states”


“More and more often, including from the State Security Committee, I receive information on the activities of the corrupt nature of individual leaders of government bodies. Consider that this is your most important task with the prosecutor at the current stage. If we don’t solve it, if we don’t solve the problems with corruption in our state, the days of not only us, but also our state will be numbered, "said Lukashenko.

“We do not have the material reserve that exists in Russia, there is not that amount of natural resources, we don’t even have what Ukraine has to overcome the holes that negligent leaders create in our society. Therefore, we must fight for the purity of our ranks , and not only in the State Security Committee. Your task is to clean the society and the top of this society. All the laws are in your hands. This will be your most important task, "he instructed the security forces."

Lukashenko noted that he expects activation in the fight against corruption from the KGB, the Interior Ministry, the prosecutor's office and the Investigative Committee. He noted: “I want the investigators to know and understand: we often follow the path of a set of negative facts, bringing charges or claims to this or that person. Do not need volumes, blame for this - go and answer. While you dial and wait for these volumes, he will also commit a series of crimes. Even if it is in your field of vision. As in the West, as in America, there is a crime, you otfiksirovany, saw the plan, let him answer for it. Your task is to bring order to society with your colleagues ", - he said.

“In this direction, we will become very active,” Lukashenka added, noting also that a separate talk on corruption is waiting for the “siloviki” ahead.

Lukashenko addressed the topic of the so-called “hunting case or“ hunters case ", stating that there were half a dozen managers at the end of the investigation. Note the abuse of power in the hunt, which also helped the Belarusian nomenclature to solve certain issues in an informal setting, caused wide public resonance.

"Due to the fact that I have instructed to deal with issues of anti-corruption actions, I am increasingly being told about the abnormal activities of some of our leaders. Decisions will be instant and unambiguous. And there will not be the fact that this is a simple violation, - well, the man hunted he killed a calf or a boar, let's forgive him. Well, here in the power industry hundreds of millions of dollars are lost because of the untimely commissioning of power or irrational use of investment funds, this is really a crime. ie, in both cases - the crime, and in each - their own paper, "- said the head of the republic.

“As law enforcement agencies have reported to me now, on a hunting case (that's probably what journalists will call it) in the remand prison for half a dozen people. All with portfolios of managers. I say this not because you don’t have to hunt. Hunt, but know the time , a place and with whom you will do it, ”Lukashenka noted.

He drew attention to the need for officials to fulfill the requirements of the law, noting: “It will not be according to the law, well, then you yourself chose this path. The same is true in the energy sector, and in the woodworking industry, and so on. Otherwise, we will lose the country “We’ll slide to the level where some of the neighboring countries of the former Soviet Union have slipped."

"I have recently said and will repeat it once again publicly: if only I will be informed that some official, not only your level manager, got confused with a commercial structure in the construction of a bathhouse, or something else of some economic space in his house, it is easily checked, it means that the commercial structure is being destroyed, and the official goes to prison. This is not intimidation of people, I’m just warning you all, "he added.

When appointing the heads of the State Border Committee, the head of the republic noted that he expects a significant improvement in work and personnel changes in the CCP are caused by the unsatisfactory work of this structure. "There should be no negative on the border. You are given huge rights by law and legislative acts, the state has invested in your hands weapon - please, as men and officers, protect the borders of our state ", - said Lukashenko.

He also said: "I will honestly say that if, after today's appointments to the committee, there is no significant, dramatic change in the situation in carrying out daily service and protecting the state border, our state, there will be even greater changes."

Recently, 2 of April, Lukashenko also drew attention to the problems in the work of the State Border Committee of Belarus, taking with the report of the chairman of this structure, Alexander Boyechko. Then Lukashenka said that the State Border Committee had many problems, but the situation was changing for the better. He recalled that the repetition of errors in the protection of the state border is unacceptable, because the border of Belarus is also the border of Belarus, Kazakhstan and Russia, because is the border of the Customs Union and the SES.

As REGNUM news agency reported, 19 of April Alexander Lukashenko at the meeting on the development of the field of hunting and fishing ordered to work out a single legal act regulating the issues of hunting and fishing in Belarus by the end of the first half of the year. According to Lukashenko, 20 years ago, he was forced to "sort out" the activities of the Belarusian Society of Hunters and Fishermen: "And what I saw there led me to a silent horror: there, starting from the head of the administration, the Prime Minister, the Secretary of State other interested generals and admirals (there are no personnel admirals and naval forces in Belarus, - REGNUM commentary) have wallowed everything. And I saw through the prism of these appointments how much our officials are interested in "their people" in this department. "

Earlier, 10 February Lukashenko said that Belarus should prevent criminalization in the field of fishing and hunting. Lukashenko stressed that "we cannot squander the wealth of our state, our people, moreover, treat it in a gangster way." He recalled that the new chairman of the Belarusian Society of Hunters and Fishermen, Yuri Shumsky, was tasked with “finding out about personnel issues”.
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  1. sibircat
    sibircat April 13 2013 15: 12
    28
    if we do not eliminate the problems associated with corruption in our state, the days of not only us, but also our state will be numbered

    Well said. But in fact, in contrast to Russia, the Old Man has been fighting for several years.
    1. ramzes1776
      ramzes1776 April 13 2013 15: 31
      37
      Theirs, the KGB is not in vain eating their bread. And in our FSB, many bosses, instead of fully engaging in their official duties for the good of the country, cover the business or do it themselves through intermediaries.
      1. Nicholas C.
        Nicholas C. April 13 2013 15: 39
        24
        Father, right as never before. Belarus is not so rich country as Ukraine or Russia to feed so many domestic and foreign oligarchs.

        And we do not have a real fight against corruption. Perhaps, as in Belarus, the police will be put on the Zhiguli again?
        1. Patriot of Russia
          Patriot of Russia April 13 2013 16: 31
          22
          why Lukashenko is not our president ?! would return the power!
          1. Egoza
            Egoza April 13 2013 18: 37
            15
            Quote: Patriot of Russia
            would return the power!

            In any case, he would have shaken from the stolen everything they stole. Immediately, the budget was replenished!
            1. poligraf
              poligraf April 13 2013 21: 16
              +6
              It looks like the stolen part of the money of functionaries makes up the budget of a small country. The practice of leadership in post-Soviet countries implies significant deductions from the country's budget in their personal pockets. And then the steamers and factories ...
            2. Garrin
              Garrin April 13 2013 23: 53
              +7
              Quote: Egoza
              In any case, he would have shaken from the stolen everything they stole. Immediately, the budget was replenished!

              I would not mind if there were prisons.
          2. itkul
            itkul April 13 2013 20: 58
            -8
            Quote: Patriot of Russia
            why Lukashenko is not our president ?! would return the power!


            Well, it’s not a question, move to live in Belarus and work for a penny, and he will be your president
            1. Bepdukt
              Bepdukt April 13 2013 23: 00
              +4
              And I would have moved, only who needs it there.
            2. Eugene
              Eugene April 14 2013 09: 14
              +5
              When were you in Belarus, you fool? All sorts of tales from NTV do not need to be quoted here.
              1. olegyurjewitch
                olegyurjewitch April 14 2013 10: 51
                +1
                Quote: eugene
                ? Any tales from NTV do not need to be quoted here.

                No, we must quote "CHARTER 97", a storehouse of truthfulness! laughing
          3. StolzSS
            StolzSS April 14 2013 17: 29
            0
            Well, I don’t know, let's put it forward after 6 years of Pupkin))))
            1. itkul
              itkul April 14 2013 20: 07
              -3
              Quote: StolzSS
              Well, I don’t know, let's put it forward after 6 years of Pupkin))))


              Whom shall we put forward, this?
        2. v53993
          v53993 April 13 2013 18: 34
          10
          I propose to put the policemen on the rack, and the new police on the Zhiguli.
        3. Kolya
          Kolya April 13 2013 19: 41
          +9
          In Ukraine, for two decades ahead, they knocked everything out with electric fishing rods, the remaining hares huddled in the cracks, wild boar and roe deer are only in the reserves, and it has already been written who and when will come to "hunt". This is because the Ukrainian authorities believe that nature protection authorities are in order to arrange picnics and helicopter safaris.
          1. vilenich
            vilenich April 13 2013 20: 59
            +6
            Quote: Kohl
            In Ukraine, for two decades ahead, they knocked everything out with electric fishing rods, the remaining hares huddled in the cracks, wild boar and roe deer are only in the reserves, and it has already been written who and when will come to "hunt". This is because the Ukrainian authorities believe that nature protection authorities are in order to arrange picnics and helicopter safaris.

            Don’t be so upset, you can still hunt people. The hunting season has already opened.
      2. Kaa
        Kaa April 13 2013 18: 10
        11
        Quote: ramzes1776
        Theirs, the KGB is not in vain eating its bread. And we have the FSB

        The devil is in the details. In the USSR, as in Belarus, the KGB is the State Security Committee. In Russia, the FSB is the Federal Security Service, from whom, for whom. In Ukraine, in general, the SBU is the Security Service of Ukraine, what kind of fire , veterinary or whatever. Hence the efficiency of work, IMHO.
        1. alexng
          alexng April 13 2013 20: 15
          +4
          Kaa, I have the impression that the power has changed on the site? What happens to requests for news pages? There is a substitution, and selectively for visitors. Where is the site administrator?
          1. Kaa
            Kaa April 14 2013 00: 22
            +1
            Quote: alexneg
            What happens to requests for news pages? There is a substitution, and selectively for visitors

            The power, as far as I know, did not seem to change, apparently, an operational reaction to certain topics. And for me, dear alexnegthat vodka, that machine gun, if only knocked down ... laughing Certain topics, apparently now, have gained more weighty relevance ... wait and see request
            1. alexng
              alexng April 14 2013 01: 33
              +5
              Hi Wise Kaa! hi Yes, I joked about power. But apparently our forum is very much in the way of many, since they pay special attention to it. yes
            2. tor11121
              tor11121 April 14 2013 06: 21
              +3
              good reaction. that don’t click. some games with tanks. give out.
              1. skeptic
                skeptic April 14 2013 11: 32
                0
                Quote: tor11121
                good reaction. that don’t click. some games with tanks. give out.


                I have on one computer, when I go through Google, chrome happens the same thing on a laptop, there are no problems through firefox.
        2. Sergey_K
          Sergey_K April 13 2013 21: 06
          0
          To be honest, I wrote some shnyaga ...
        3. Yarbay
          Yarbay April 14 2013 01: 05
          0
          Quote: Kaa
          The devil is in the details. In the USSR, as in Belarus, the KGB is the State Security Committee. In Russia, the FSB is the Federal Security Service, from whom, for whom. In Ukraine, in general, the SBU is the Security Service of Ukraine, what kind of fire , veterinary or whatever. Hence the efficiency of work, IMHO.

          I don’t agree! In many republics of the Ministry of National Security, and that your nation is guarded according to yours?
          1. Kaa
            Kaa April 14 2013 02: 16
            0
            Quote: Yarbay
            Do you protect your nation?
            More often - YES! "You will recognize them by their fruits ..."
      3. opkozak
        opkozak April 13 2013 18: 39
        22
        Traveled on May 9 to the Brest Fortress. The Polish-Belarusian border is not far away. We were pleasantly surprised by the order and cleanliness of the crossing, the absence of shuttles, with this the Syabrs are in order. Jeep - Suzuki "Grand Vitara" was left right next to the highway, having previously asked the traffic cop where it could be delivered. A friend joked: "Your second question for a guy will be - you did not see who unscrewed the spare wheel of my car wink "After returning, everything was in place.
        What surprised me most was the temple that Lukashenko built on the site of the garrison church of the Brest Fortress, in memory of all those who died in the Great Patriotic War. A magnificent building, no worse than the church of St. Vladimir in Chersonesos. All other monuments are in order, the exposition resumes, even halls on the history of the fortress until 1941 were added. I recommend bringing my children to the Brest Fortress.
        In addition to the Brest Fortress, you can relax in Brest. Wonderful sandy beaches are equipped on the Bug.

        Lukashenko is a great ruler!
      4. Kolya
        Kolya April 13 2013 19: 26
        +6
        But the West is already preparing for it that Old Man oppresses democracy (read: corrupt officials).
      5. Krapovy32
        Krapovy32 April 14 2013 15: 17
        +2
        ramzes1776


        And all because they got Lukashenko, an excellent leader of the nation. And we are king Boris. The drunk on the throne became a tragedy of Russia. Threw to the mercy of fate the Russian-speaking population in the republics. And then he abandoned the army (which was already falling apart) in the name of his own ambitions and interests. And when a couple of months remained before a complete victory, he sent another traitor to the Russian soldiers - Cygnus. Victory was stolen from the guys, the prisoners were thrown and smiling at the cameras they were broadcasting from the screens about the end of the war. I am grateful to Putin for the fact that people like me had the opportunity to finish what my brother did not finish in the first company.
    2. donchepano
      donchepano April 13 2013 15: 44
      13
      Quote: sibircat

      Well said. But in fact, in contrast to Russia, the Old Man has been fighting for several years.


      Hard Old Man! A real man.
      We should be in the presidency
      1. Ineducable
        Ineducable April 13 2013 15: 52
        36 th
        Quote: donchepano
        We should be in the presidency

        We need someone like Gorbachev as president. Who will start the reforms and successfully carry them out.
        1. svp67
          svp67 April 13 2013 16: 15
          12
          Quote: Uneducable
          We need someone like Gorbachev as president. Who will start the reforms and successfully carry them out.


          Do you hear yourself? What kind of reforms did the MS successfully carry out? Anti-alcohol company, acceleration, restructuring? ALL Failed
          1. Ineducable
            Ineducable April 13 2013 16: 18
            20 th
            Perestroika was a success. Russia got rid of ballast. In Russia, almost full-fledged democracy is now. In Belarus, all the results of perestroika by the father’s efforts are called “%% ali” and there’s no smell of democracy there - a dull soviet mordor.
            1. svp67
              svp67 April 13 2013 16: 51
              +7
              Quote: Uneducable
              Perestroika succeeded



              Perestroika was conceived as a program of modernization of the USSR. And where is the USSR now? Saying the right words is 1 \ 10 deeds, you still need to know how to take the right steps and be able to do it. but Gorbachev did not know and did not know how ...
              1. Homo
                Homo April 13 2013 17: 48
                18 th
                Did Gorbachev have time for reform? As soon as he announced reforms without deflection towards the US, he was immediately pushed back.
                1. vilenich
                  vilenich April 13 2013 21: 50
                  +4
                  Quote: Homo
                  Did Gorbachev have time for reform? As soon as he announced reforms without deflection towards the US, he was immediately pushed back.

                  And when did he say that? On the contrary, he bent so much that he broke down and was sent to the dustbin of history.
                  1. Thoroughbred
                    Thoroughbred April 13 2013 22: 03
                    13 th
                    The humpback saved the rotten scoop from war and hunger if you are not in the know. Look at Yugoslavia.
                    1. vilenich
                      vilenich April 14 2013 01: 18
                      +7
                      Quote: Purebred
                      The humpback saved the rotten scoop from war and hunger if you are not in the know. Look at Yugoslavia.

                      Actually, I am aware that the Soviet Union collapsed through his fault, he launched the mechanism of ethnic hatred among the peoples of the USSR, and as a result of his activities, the peoples of the post-Soviet countries suffered population losses comparable to those during the Second World War.
                    2. Yarbay
                      Yarbay April 14 2013 01: 22
                      10
                      Quote: Purebred
                      The humpback saved the rotten scoop from war and hunger if you are not in the know. Look at Yugoslavia.

                      Only one who has no head or heart can think like that!
                      He plunged his country and his people into an internecine war, into debauchery and into total corruption !!
                2. skeptic
                  skeptic April 14 2013 11: 43
                  +4
                  Quote: Homo
                  Did Gorbachev have time for reform? As soon as he announced reforms without deflection towards the US, he was immediately pushed back.


                  He had more time than a pickpocket thief to transfer the stolen down the chain. Although for the victim (i.e. for the people) the result is the same. Please at least in the pages of VO do not recall this abomination in vain.
              2. Warchief
                Warchief April 14 2013 11: 01
                10 th
                Quote: svp67
                And where is the USSR now?

                Where he is supposed to be - at the junkyard of history.
            2. tarks
              tarks April 13 2013 17: 55
              +7
              phthalazole also helps with constipation.
            3. sichevik
              sichevik April 13 2013 19: 57
              +8
              It is very bad when untrained. Even bears in the circus are taught to ride bicycles. And here, as I understand it, the case is completely clinical.
              He especially smiled about the successful Gorbachev reforms.
              Young man, how old are you?
            4. Was mammoth
              Was mammoth April 13 2013 20: 09
              +6
              Quote: Uneducable
              Perestroika succeeded

              I wanted to leave you a plus for a good irony. For President Gorbachev. It turns out YOU seriously. Take a look around. What was the country and what is it now.
              1. sichevik
                sichevik April 13 2013 20: 12
                +8
                Yes, what is there seriously. Read his posts below. The most common troll. Do not pay attention to his moronic delirium.
              2. Waterfall
                Waterfall April 14 2013 01: 00
                -3
                Quote: There was a mammoth
                What was the country and what is it now

                Was in shit and stayed. Like a Brezhnev scoop, a country of abundance and equality, yeah. Strongly want back?
                1. Pushkin
                  Pushkin April 14 2013 01: 09
                  +8
                  . Strongly want back?

                  Strong. You won't believe how much. Stronger than a new iPhone. I would give the rest of my life to return there for one day. There, where you were not, with your slimy "abundance". Where there was pride, honor, and glory of all our peoples and our common Motherland. And I feel sorry for you - you cannot understand such emotions. I'm not writing this for you, but just thinking aloud
        2. ksenofont7
          ksenofont7 April 13 2013 17: 51
          +9
          Quote: Uneducable
          Quote: donchepano
          We should be in the presidency

          We need someone like Gorbachev as president. Who will start the reforms and successfully carry them out.

          when were you born
        3. Alexei
          Alexei April 13 2013 17: 52
          +8
          Quote: Uneducable
          We need someone like Gorbachev as president.

          You obviously need to change your nickname to "deranged". Are you kidding me? What other reforms? Perestroika reforms are urgently needed by your convolutions, I apologize ... Nothing but your fingers obeyed to write this.
          1. ramzes1776
            ramzes1776 April 13 2013 18: 22
            13
            Quote: Alexej
            You obviously need to change your nickname to "deranged".

            Yes, this is the most natural troll. The Russian and Belarusian people feel "rottenness".
        4. Omich
          Omich April 13 2013 19: 40
          +9
          stop he completed one reform with honors. he failed negative
      2. v53993
        v53993 April 13 2013 18: 49
        +5
        Lucky for some countries. Venezuela with Hugo, it is a pity that he left early (or his libleroids left), his kingdom is heaven. Belarus with Lukashenko, God grant him health. Their example suggests that it is not the size of the state, but the strength of the will of the leader and the strength of the spirit of the people. Well, we are not lucky with the leaders after Stalin. It seems that the GDP listens to liberoids more than its people. A very common historical error of self-doubt leaders.
        To paraphrase Taras Bulba, I would like to say: “The people gave birth to you, the people and ... will eliminate you.
      3. Yarbay
        Yarbay April 14 2013 01: 06
        +6
        Quote: donchepano
        Hard Old Man! A real man.
        We should be in the presidency

        the most important thing is that he sees problems correctly and seems to be trying to solve them!
    3. sibircat
      sibircat April 13 2013 16: 12
      +4
      April 12, Minsk / Corr. BELTA /. A quarter of employees of state bodies and organizations will be laid off in Belarus. This is stipulated by decree No. 168 "On some measures to optimize the system of state bodies and other state organizations, as well as the number of their employees," which President Alexander Lukashenko signed on April 12, BelTA learned from the press service of the Belarusian leader.

      "This normative act provides for a reduction in the number of employees of state bodies and organizations by an average of 25%," the press service informed.

      http://www.belta.by/ru/all_news/president?id=630868

      From words to deeds, there is nothing to add!
    4. ziqzaq
      ziqzaq April 13 2013 17: 09
      +2
      Quote: sibircat
      Well said

      Lukashenko well done .....
    5. Sergey_K
      Sergey_K April 13 2013 20: 25
      +7
      I don’t know how it is with corruption in Belarus, but he is 100% right about corruption. Moreover, absolutely do not care what resources the state has - corruption eats up any amount. Any good undertaking corrupts and corrupts under the root.
      I like that corruption is becoming topic number 1. Perhaps we are recovering?
  2. Ineducable
    Ineducable April 13 2013 15: 19
    37 th
    It’s time to send our troops in, hang Luka on a stake and reform this swamp in a western fashion.
    1. svp67
      svp67 April 13 2013 15: 21
      +9
      Quote: Uneducable
      It’s time to send our troops in, hang Luka on a stake and reform this swamp in a western fashion.


      You would at least learn a little, at stake - they plant ...
      Yes, and I do not think that you have succeeded in Belarus
      1. Ineducable
        Ineducable April 13 2013 15: 24
        30 th
        Heads on a stake hang, if that.
        Quote: svp67
        what do you have in Belarus

        Quite. Given that there is a typical Soviet army - it will be enough to iron out its amusing formations from the air.
        1. svp67
          svp67 April 13 2013 15: 36
          14
          Quote: Uneducable
          Quite. Given that there is a typical Soviet army - it will be enough to iron out its amusing formations from the air.


          "Typically soviet" say. The whole world was afraid of that army. And knowing the history of the Belarusian people and its people, oh I would not advise them to meddle in evil ...
          1. Ineducable
            Ineducable April 13 2013 15: 40
            24 th
            Quote: svp67
            Yes, the whole world was afraid of that army

            Well yes. They would have thrown conscripts in disposable luminous boxes.
            Quote: svp67
            poke evil

            No evil. Just the overthrow of the totalitarian-soviet system and the establishment of normal Western European democracy.
            1. svp67
              svp67 April 13 2013 16: 05
              10
              Quote: Uneducable
              Well yes. They would have thrown conscripts in disposable luminous boxes.


              Yes, TE conscripts, often had higher educations and knew how to act in such a way that many "professionals" in their "semi-uranium boxes" would not be very happy ...
              1. Ineducable
                Ineducable April 13 2013 16: 05
                14 th
                Yesterday, a collective farmer who started a tank from a tug with another tank did not have any education, no need to misinform.
                1. svp67
                  svp67 April 13 2013 16: 21
                  +8
                  Quote: Uneducable
                  Yesterday, a collective farmer who started a tank from a tug with another tank did not have any education, do not misinform


                  I don’t know where you get your data from, but in 1988, in my first platoon, out of 14 conscripts, 6 were with a higher and incomplete higher. I remember this well, because thanks to Gorbachev’s "reforms", they were fired all at once ...
                  And the very fact that the tank is being put from the tug, why does it scare you so much? With technology, especially with complex, everything happens and the ability to find a solution to a problem in time, especially when it is urgently required, can only be a technically well-trained person
                  1. Ineducable
                    Ineducable April 13 2013 16: 25
                    13 th
                    Quote: svp67
                    With technology, especially with complex, everything happens and the ability to find a solution to a problem in time

                    I would watch you launch the 80 gas turbine from a tugboat.
                    1. svp67
                      svp67 April 13 2013 16: 29
                      +6
                      Quote: Uneducable
                      I would watch you launch the 80 gas turbine from a tugboat.



                      Well, if you know how ... well then I pass.
                      For this I usually used "external start wires" ...
                    2. v53993
                      v53993 April 13 2013 19: 01
                      +6
                      Have you ever run anything and ever?
                      In general, you have the usual way to activate from the opposite. One school.
            2. svp67
              svp67 April 13 2013 16: 07
              +5
              Quote: Uneducable
              No evil. Just the overthrow of the totalitarian-soviet system and the establishment of normal Western European democracy.


              Ordinary Belarusians, seeing what is happening in our country and especially in Ukraine, "will tear" with their teeth "all" dermocrats "
              1. Ineducable
                Ineducable April 13 2013 16: 09
                15 th
                Will not. For they write varieties of sausage, they themselves plant a bow on a stake.
                1. svp67
                  svp67 April 13 2013 16: 24
                  11
                  Quote: Uneducable
                  Will not. For they write varieties of sausage, they themselves plant a bow on a stake.


                  There will be. They are better off guaranteed to have ten varieties of their own sausages from natural meat than to "write" varieties from soy and other "dermoproducts" sausages with the smell of meat
                  1. Vodrak
                    Vodrak April 13 2013 18: 55
                    14
                    Leave the sausage alone.
                    Belarusian sausages only in Kazakhstan in our country 50 varieties are sold, and by the way, excellent quality.
                    This is not that shit that you are probably used to eating hot dogs.
                2. v53993
                  v53993 April 13 2013 19: 34
                  +3
                  In order to put you on a stake, they also pay extra.
            3. hommer
              hommer April 13 2013 17: 14
              +9
              Quote: Uneducable
              No evil. Just the overthrow of the totalitarian-soviet system and the establishment of normal Western European democracy.

            4. saturn.mmm
              saturn.mmm April 13 2013 19: 22
              +5
              Quote: Uneducable
              Just the overthrow of the totalitarian-soviet system and the establishment of normal Western European democracy.

              Although you restore order at your place, call Gorbachev, he will advise how to reform democracy. And still down the tape, we ourselves make 50 varieties of sausages and no worse than in the west.
              1. Egoza
                Egoza April 13 2013 19: 56
                +5
                Quote: saturn.mmm
                And still down the tape, we ourselves make 50 sausage varieties and no worse than in the west.

                And not just sausage. In Ukraine, everyone is chasing Belarusian products. As they say, they do not have time to fill these stalls. And in large stores (who concluded the contract there), people are constantly looking for them.
              2. Viktor56
                Viktor56 April 13 2013 20: 41
                +8
                Dear shit, why do you live in such a totalitarian country like Belarus, Where are you feeling bad? Go to the West and live for your pleasure! And we will live in our country, with A. Lukashenko. as we see fit !!!
              3. Raven1972
                Raven1972 April 14 2013 00: 05
                +4
                Not only no worse, but 100500 orders of magnitude better !!!!!!!!! I myself am happy to buy exclusively Belarusian sausage, it’s like in the USSR - from MEAT !!!!!!! good good good
        2. Misantrop
          Misantrop April 13 2013 15: 40
          14
          Quote: Uneducable
          typical soviet army - it will be enough to iron out its amusing formations from the air.
          The head, judging by the text and nickname, cast iron, will fit in as an iron. laughing And, given the quantity and quality of air defense of Belarusians, not every fifth pilot democrat will be predicted before the flight, but much more lol
          1. Ineducable
            Ineducable April 13 2013 15: 45
            20 th
            Quote: Misantrop
            quantity and quality of air defense

            One and a half rotten 29th instant and two and a half outdated S-300PS, which do not know how they will behave in hostilities? Oh yes, good quality lol.
            1. Misantrop
              Misantrop April 13 2013 17: 18
              12
              Quote: Uneducable
              rotten 29th instant

              Considering that the best aircraft repair plant from the entire CIS countries is located in Belarus (they recently posted them on the forum with photographs), then you shouldn't count on these MIGs to "rot", you can screw up ... lol
            2. saturn.mmm
              saturn.mmm April 13 2013 20: 03
              +4
              Quote: Uneducable
              One and a half rotten 29th instant

              Here is a link to Baranavichy Aircraft Repair Acquaintance
              http://4avia.ru/content/авиа-ремонтный-завод-барановичи-беларусь
              There is still Minsk Aircraft Repair Specializing in the repair and modernization of passenger link http://www.avia407.by/
              And Orsha aircraft repair specialization repair and modernization of helicopters link
              http://www.oarz.by/
              so you are wrong about the rotten ones.
          2. ramzes1776
            ramzes1776 April 13 2013 15: 45
            12
            Quote: Misantrop
            And, considering the quantity and quality of air defense of Belarusians

            So in Belarus, our air defense personnel are still standing. And he is "unteachable" and in Africa "unteachable". What can you talk about with a poor "collective farmer".
            1. Ineducable
              Ineducable April 13 2013 15: 46
              15 th
              Before the start of the military operation, our squadrons will be withdrawn.
            2. ksenofont7
              ksenofont7 April 13 2013 17: 56
              13
              untrained enemy. Exactly.
              1. v53993
                v53993 April 13 2013 19: 35
                +3
                The brick is already suspended. Waiting for Judah.
        3. donchepano
          donchepano April 13 2013 15: 47
          +7
          Quote: Uneducable


          Quote: svp67
          what do you have in Belarus

          Quite. Given that there is a typical Soviet army - it will be enough to iron out its amusing formations from the air.


          Yes, you are an ignoramus turns fascist
    2. botur
      botur April 13 2013 17: 17
      10
      Quote: Uneducable
      It’s time to send our troops, hang Luka on the count and
      reform this swamp on the western model.

      Yeah, risk your health, here you’ll get this stake at a dead end according to the Western model. (Warrior damn)
    3. zart_arn
      zart_arn April 13 2013 18: 36
      +4
      At stake - somehow it will not be in the western.
      1. almost demobil
        almost demobil April 13 2013 18: 53
        +8
        Guys, well, stop feeding the unfinished troll! You are being led like small children, ashamed!
  3. svp67
    svp67 April 13 2013 15: 19
    +9
    Well, what do you say - Well done. And he does not relax and does not give others.
    1. sergey32
      sergey32 April 13 2013 15: 31
      17
      Therefore, they did not create a normal Union State, because in fair elections, Old Man would become our president.
  4. avt
    avt April 13 2013 15: 20
    0
    Quote: sibircat
    Well said. But in fact, in contrast to Russia, the Old Man has been fighting for several years.

    Well, he has corruption in comparison with ours, it’s like that, they dig a trifle in his pockets. : laughing Rather, as in Russia, there is less and less long-term money, so they will fumble in all pockets, and not only from the Old Man but also from us. Well, the exception will be square.
  5. avt
    avt April 13 2013 15: 21
    +3
    Quote: sibircat
    Well said. But in fact, in contrast to Russia, the Old Man has been fighting for several years.

    Well, he has corruption in comparison with ours, it’s like that, they’re digging a trifle laughing . Rather, as in Russia, there is less and less long-term money, so they will fumble in all pockets, and not only from the Old Man but also from us. Well, the exception will be laughing .
  6. a jacket
    a jacket April 13 2013 15: 21
    12
    Lord There is at least one truly normal country.
    1. Ineducable
      Ineducable April 13 2013 15: 28
      23 th
      Are you talking about Belarus? Alas, oh, it doesn’t smell like a normal country. There is a scoop in its purest form.
      1. svp67
        svp67 April 13 2013 15: 39
        +8
        Quote: Uneducable
        Are you talking about Belarus? Alas, oh, it doesn’t smell like a normal country. There is a scoop in its purest form.


        This is from your point of view, the inhabitants of Belarus, in the vast majority do not think so.
      2. Misantrop
        Misantrop April 13 2013 15: 46
        +9
        Quote: Uneducable
        There is a scoop in its purest form.

        And all their "soviet" is that it is NOT LOST for a normal citizen to work there. And at the same time they are paid adequately to work. Those. there is no such need for crowds of guest workers as in "correct democracies"
        1. Ineducable
          Ineducable April 13 2013 16: 00
          23 th
          Quote: Misantrop
          WORK NOT WEST

          Slave mentality. Learn, work, die. There is nothing to be done, in genetic memory it has settled for a long time, like a day aftertroubles and red rags.
          1. HAIFISCH
            HAIFISCH April 13 2013 16: 59
            +6
            Don’t touch the day of victory
          2. Heccrbq
            Heccrbq April 13 2013 17: 30
            +4
            Who are you ?
          3. Misantrop
            Misantrop April 13 2013 18: 14
            +6
            Quote: Uneducable
            Slave mentality. Learn, work, die.

            For the blunt closer: "Stole - drank - in jail. Romance ..." (c) laughing Though they are ready to fumble in the trash, just not to work ...
          4. Vodrak
            Vodrak April 13 2013 19: 04
            +7
            Quote: Uneducable
            Slave mentality. Learn, work, die.


            Well, "Learn" is not about you, everyone understands that. Apparently "Work" is also not very suitable for you ...
            But "Die" - well, half of the site visitors have already wished you, this is special fo yu, as you say, this is definitely yours.
            Good luck in this field, and rather achieve the result.
            We will all be so calm !!!
      3. sergeschern
        sergeschern April 13 2013 16: 27
        +8
        As they said in the army - "It's hard to live with a plywood head and a wooden eye", dear "not capable of learning"!
        1. Misantrop
          Misantrop April 13 2013 18: 16
          +7
          Quote: sergeschern
          As they said in the army - "It's hard to live with a plywood head and a wooden eye"

          Our chief executive officer liked to yell at the likes of us: "You're wooden up your ass, buy yourself a plane instead of a comb!" laughing
      4. A. Yaga
        A. Yaga April 13 2013 20: 49
        +4
        Quote: Uneducable
        Are you talking about Belarus? Alas, oh, it doesn’t smell like a normal country. There is a scoop in its purest form.

        Lucky people! And no shit democracy!
  7. AleksUkr
    AleksUkr April 13 2013 15: 30
    +6
    On December 9, 2003, the United Nations Convention against Corruption was opened in Mexico for signature. Russia, among the first to sign the Convention (on the same day), ratified it in 2006 (the third among countries).
    But Russia has not ratified Article 20 of the Convention ("Illicit enrichment"). "Subject to respecting its constitution and the fundamental principles of its legal system, each participating State shall consider adopting such legislative and other measures as may be necessary in order to criminalize, when committed intentionally, illegal enrichment, that is, significant an increase in the assets of a public official in excess of his legal income, which he cannot reasonably justify "- that's the whole article 20.
    Her absence from the Russian legal field all these years has been convenient for both officials and the opposition. The former said that the article encroached on the "presumption of innocence" guaranteed by the country's Constitution. The latter argued that the authorities, thereby, cover up their "dark dealings", and the fight against corruption was called "imitation."
    By introducing control not only over revenues, but over expenses, Russia is taking a serious step in the fight against corruption. At the same time, a high level of public control over the spending of officials is also implied. That is, everything secret becomes not just obvious, but also the object of close attention from society.

    The first one went: Igor Shuvalov returns the money to his homeland
    12.04.2013
    Igor Shuvalov - photo: Pravda Komsomolskaya / Russian Look First Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov and his family began to return their assets from a blind trust in the British Virgin Islands back to Russia. This was reported today by the newspaper Vedomosti.
    1. ramzes1776
      ramzes1776 April 13 2013 15: 40
      +4
      Quote: AleksUkr
      First Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov, along with his family, began to return his assets from a blind trust in the British Virgin Islands back to Russia.

      Comrades in power and in business need to understand that if there is no strong Russia, they will soon be met by the Hague International Tribunal, under the pretext of the genocide of their people, with the confiscation of all accumulated funds. Therefore, all funds must be invested in their country, not store in various offshore zones. The situation with Cyprus is really an example of this. It's time to turn into sovereigns.
    2. sibircat
      sibircat April 13 2013 15: 41
      +7
      I wrote on the NNM forum two weeks ago, I quote:
      "G. Gref opens deposits" Governmental "and" Deputatsky "in the Savings Bank, to return money to the treasury, 30 percent per annum in rubles, 20 percent in foreign currency."
      In every joke, there is a fraction of the joke.
      PS Ordinary citizens, please do not worry wassat
  8. AleksUkr
    AleksUkr April 13 2013 15: 36
    +2
    Russia equals Honduras in ranking of corruption

    The international non-governmental organization Transparency International has introduced another corruption perception index. Russia improved its position in the ranking, rising to 133rd place out of 176 possible, reports Reuters.

    The Russian Federation has caught up with countries such as Iran, Honduras and the Comoros. Last year, our country ranked 143rd out of 182 states on the list.
    Denmark, Finland and New Zealand are recognized as the least corrupt states. Sweden and Singapore closed the top five. The locomotive of the eurozone Germany took 13th place in the list.
    The best result among the post-Soviet countries was shown by the Baltic countries - Estonia (30th place) and Lithuania (48th place). Georgia took 51st place, Moldova - 94th place, Armenia - 105th place, and Belarus 123rd line.
    Kazakhstan ranks 133rd with Russia. Ukraine took the 144th line in the list, becoming the most corrupt European country.
    The experts named Somalia, DPRK, Afghanistan, Sudan, Myanmar, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Iraq as the most corrupt countries.

    Corruption Perception Index is an annual rating of states that reflects the assessment of the level of corruption perception by analysts and entrepreneurs on a 10-point scale. The index has been compiled by the organization since 1995.
    Tags: Transparency International, corruption perception index, corruption, Denmark, Finland, New Zealand, rating | subscribe to related news
    05th of December 2012

    Read more: http://top.rbc.ru/economics/05/12/2012/835007.shtml
    1. Farik
      Farik April 13 2013 16: 01
      +4
      Quote: AleksUkr
      The Russian Federation has caught up with countries such as Iran, Honduras and the Comoros. Last year, our country ranked 143rd out of 182 states on the list.

      I wonder who makes these ratings? Who probably has a "stigma" in the gun. And then, judging by such ratings, Russia is constantly in the last places in all spheres.
      1. AleksUkr
        AleksUkr April 13 2013 17: 31
        +3
        But you don’t know that ratings are ordered by those who need it. And we are not far behind the West. Recall the ratings of all kinds of our organizations, dabbling with ratings - give those results that are NEEDED AT THIS MOMENT, NOTING EVERYTHING NEGATIVE. BUT SHOULD RECOGNIZE THAT IF WE HAVE NOT BEEN 133, AND 33, THERE HAS BEEN DIFFICULT FOR ONE WAY - TO BE EMPTED. So one has to believe.

        THE TRUTH IS SOMEWHERE NEAR...
    2. Sergey_K
      Sergey_K April 13 2013 20: 29
      +4
      "Ukraine took 144th place in the list, becoming the most corrupt European country."
      - absolutely agree. After Yanyk came to power, it’s just an extravaganza of banditry ...
  9. andrei332809
    andrei332809 April 13 2013 15: 36
    10
    if the bulbs have corruption, then what about us? hell branch?
    1. Ineducable
      Ineducable April 13 2013 15: 36
      15 th
      We have quite normal market relations. They dad chases commerce. Shadow economy in stock.
      1. svp67
        svp67 April 13 2013 15: 53
        +4
        Quote: Uneducable
        We have quite normal market relations. They dad chases commerce. Shadow economy in stock.


        Well, about "normal" it is more your desire than reality. Yes, and disadvantages exist in any system, but somewhere they try to fight with them, and somewhere they only "declare", but this is already a fact ...
        1. Ineducable
          Ineducable April 13 2013 15: 54
          11 th
          Quote: svp67
          declare

          In this case, and declare. In the best soviet traditions about the year 2000.
          1. v53993
            v53993 April 13 2013 18: 57
            +4
            Question: “How many times do you need to appear on the VO website to get your“ 30 pieces of silver? ”We will fold to save you forever from the possibility of spoiling Russia.
            1. Egoza
              Egoza April 13 2013 20: 03
              +5
              Quote: v53993
              We will be thrown off to rid you forever of the opportunity to spoil Russia.

              Spend money on such a guamo? Better so:
              "Do not make me angry! And so there is nowhere to hide the corpses! I'm kidding, just kidding, in fact, there are a lot of places" (c) (And that's enough for that) fellow
            2. Sergey_K
              Sergey_K April 13 2013 20: 45
              +4
              For thirty silver coins, not only he works here. There are comrades who are tearing a throat at every corner and exactly as they say from above. So to speak, from the opposite barricades.
          2. Alx1miK
            Alx1miK April 13 2013 19: 25
            +4
            Uneducable, didn’t you troll people? Do not pay attention to him, your arguments are deep in ** th. He came to raise people's nerves, so do not take it seriously.
          3. sichevik
            sichevik April 13 2013 20: 08
            +4
            Comrades, just ignore the troll under the nickname Unlearned. He just wants to nerve people.
            This organism is from the breed that openly argue with someone and can not resist against anyone. Diarrhea interferes. Observed in the first second. But on the Internet, where no one knows him and no one touches him, he is a hero.
            He is from the breed of cowardly amoeba. In a word, the end is pissed off.
            Now he sits in front of the computer and drags himself - what a cool person he is !!! How many adult uncles paid attention to him. How many adults he shook his nerves.
            1. Bort radist
              Bort radist April 13 2013 20: 47
              +1
              Quote: sichevik
              Shkolota zas r a n n a.
          4. Bort radist
            Bort radist April 13 2013 20: 29
            +3
            "Unteachable" is however about you
    2. Sergey_K
      Sergey_K April 13 2013 20: 44
      +5
      Yes. But! Answer yourself a simple question, what will happen when Lukashenko dies? Belarus will be torn to shreds inside and out. The only option is, whatever one may say, elections and the development of society. But this does not happen in two days, it takes years.
      He is just a man, a good manager. He chose a path of very intensive development through a powerful concentration of power in his hands, and despite European sticks in wheels, the country is developing very powerfully. But what to do then? Clone yourself? There are no mechanisms for the transfer of power, there is no ladder from the plowman to the president. This is a very serious problem.
      She does not need to look far for an analogue. Ukraine. While the power was in Kuchma Leonid Danilovich everything was fine. There were some of the fastest growing economies. And then it began that to this day the Ukrainians slurp, but not dissipate.
      1. itkul
        itkul April 13 2013 21: 08
        0
        Quote: Sergey_K
        Answer yourself a simple question, what will happen when Lukashenko dies?


        How will it happen, in vain does he carry a boy with him or something, this will probably be his successor
  10. krez-74
    krez-74 April 13 2013 15: 38
    11
    Old Man handsome! The West doesn’t cook it, they need obedient and corrupt people, otherwise you won’t take Belarus.
  11. Alekseir162
    Alekseir162 April 13 2013 15: 45
    10
    Quote: sibircat
    But in fact, in contrast to Russia, the Old Man has been fighting for several years.

    That's exactly the Fighting, and not how our conversations talk. Tired of looking at this impunity, because billions are stealing, most importantly, everyone knows this, but from an official like "water off a duck's back", they will only threaten him with a finger. Well, as a last resort, under house arrest along with a personal chef and a servant. It's a shame, listen, yes.
  12. fenix57
    fenix57 April 13 2013 16: 04
    +4
    Quote: Uneducable
    Quite. Given that there is a typical Soviet army - it will be enough to iron out its amusing formations from the air.

    Judging by your comments, you are a snotty student in grades 9-11 of high school.
  13. fenix57
    fenix57 April 13 2013 16: 07
    +2
    Looking at the photo, I believed that Lukashenko would definitely defeat corruption. good hi
  14. alex20081308
    alex20081308 April 13 2013 16: 10
    +3
    I’m going to Belarus on May. I want to see how it is and that upon arrival I will publish my impressions. But Old Man impresses me
  15. Pushkin
    Pushkin April 13 2013 16: 11
    +8
    Quote: Uneducable
    It’s time to send our troops in, hang Luka on a stake and reform this swamp in a western fashion.

    Well, try to enter. And do not forget to enter me in Belarus. Forum eagle
  16. Pushkin
    Pushkin April 13 2013 16: 19
    +6
    Quote: Uneducable
    No evil. Just the overthrow of the totalitarian-soviet system and the establishment of normal Western European democracy

    Didn’t you fucking see my friend for us to decide what kind of democracy we need here, and is it necessary at all ???
    I wanted to criticize Lukashenka here a little, but after reading your "cleverness" I will simply say that we are better off with such a "scoop" than your Western democracy. Enough for the 20th century of social experimentation. Have ate. I say again - come and try to bring democracy. There are few Germans, Frenchmen, Poles here, it went for fertilizers, and you will stay here. Noble bulb will be born smile
  17. Sergey47
    Sergey47 April 13 2013 16: 21
    +4
    EEEH, Old Man, why aren't you the president of Russia?
  18. Thunderbolt
    Thunderbolt April 13 2013 16: 44
    12
    No, nevertheless --- such people do not lie on the road. I sincerely envy the Belarusians!
  19. bulvas
    bulvas April 13 2013 16: 58
    +5
    We would have eaten any dad and would not choke.
    And he wouldn’t do anything.

    Until all resources run out, nothing will change
  20. bulvas
    bulvas April 13 2013 17: 01
    +2
    Quote: Sergey47
    Sergey47 (1) Today, 16:21
    EEEH, Old Man, why aren't you the president of Russia?


    here - here: "The king-father will come - he will judge"
  21. horoh
    horoh April 13 2013 17: 05
    +4
    Well done Old Man, in the right direction rushing good
  22. bulvas
    bulvas April 13 2013 17: 08
    +8
    Corruption is a national disaster in Russia; today, corruption is more dangerous for Russia than drug addiction, the USA, NATO, China and Islamic fundamentalists combined.

    Why not adopt appropriate laws and introduce penalties adequate to this threat?
    Turn the opposition to control the implementation of these laws.
  23. Cutter
    Cutter April 13 2013 17: 11
    +5
    Guys (youth), leave the wretched alone. Well, you see, the liberal ghoul is trolling you. Only trainees managed to escape from Russia !!!
  24. VadimSt
    VadimSt April 13 2013 17: 22
    +3
    Corruption has long been a national trait. Are we, for the most part, not accustomed to resolving our issues "quickly, efficiently, but definitely not legal." To buy rights from us, to push a child to a university, to find a good job, to take sick leave, to solve problems that have arisen as a result of violation of public order and the law, promotion, and so on, has always been solved either by bribes or using influential contacts.
    Gifts to the boss are good, but what does the line of businessmen look like for an official (police, tax, prosecutor) on his birthday?
    Bribery of voters, well, if we go to an agreement, then this is also our ticket to "a member of a prosperous life."
    The essentially uncontrolled tender system is the basis for the personal business of officials of all levels and stripes.

    Alas, it is!
    1. bulvas
      bulvas April 13 2013 17: 27
      +2
      this is how our native USSR brought us up when we didn't give a damn about everything: "everything around is collective farm, everything around is mine, and my shirt is closer to my body"
    2. Dmitry Desnyansky
      Dmitry Desnyansky April 13 2013 17: 57
      +6
      Only in our country, the heads of regional ATCs can build three villas at a time, and when they retire, they can buy Lexuses and boats for 100 thousand units.
    3. habalog
      habalog April 13 2013 23: 57
      +4
      The situation is so comical that it’s even a little tragic.
      By the will of fate, I held a certain position (in a commercial organization). So:
      30% to 40% of the people I worked with suggested that I work "bypassing" the office. In private, as it were.
      I am in denial - they look at me as a mentally ill person. Then, these same people, I dare to assume, sincerely resent corruption in the state apparatus. fool

      It seems that there is a complete rejection of something that does not concern these minute situations. "If only quickly. If only not to strain. If only to give a ride." The level of development of thinking is a sandbox! Where? Novosibirsk
      No, not in bulk. But even 30% .. sad
    4. Pushkin
      Pushkin April 14 2013 03: 20
      +4
      Here rushing to criticize me AHL, but reading your komenty ....
      I've been here since 92, and I don't know anybody who bought the rights. Everyone learns and passes exams - queues for driving schools for six months. During the same time, only one ghoul was able to buy a sick leave, and I worked for him at work, the cops talk to you like a person (I've been in Moscow. I had to communicate, there is something to compare with) I heard a bunch of "I really know" how to enter universities they buy licenses, as they mow down from the army, but I swear no one in person and I don't know by name. Maybe in Minsk it's even going on there, since Old Man took it so seriously ?? But this is not globally important on a national scale. You need to strain bureaucrats periodically so that the demon does not confuse them. IMHO this is the point
  25. Vitali-46
    Vitali-46 April 13 2013 18: 04
    +2
    Quote: Uneducable
    We need someone like Gorbachev as president. Who will start the reforms and successfully carry them out.

    You have chosen the wrong nickname for yourself! Yes, and the flag needs to be replaced !!
  26. krest.ros
    krest.ros April 13 2013 18: 16
    0
    Putin is not like Old Man.
    1. krest.ros
      krest.ros April 13 2013 19: 27
      +3
      and the Moldavian president is no good ... sovereign ruined such a republic, turned into a pigsty ...
  27. dld35057
    dld35057 April 13 2013 18: 56
    +7
    Quote: Uneducable
    Quote: Misantrop
    WORK NOT WEST

    Slave mentality. Learn, work, die. There is nothing to be done, in genetic memory it has settled for a long time, like a day aftertroubles and red rags.

    hold the tongue deer are you talking about my people talking about my parents and friends. and they are responsible for this - and it is possible in real life.
  28. waisson
    waisson April 13 2013 18: 59
    +6
    and why it’s impossible to ban the uneducable because it’s an obvious provocateur and not truth-loving. I often communicate with truckers from Belarus. you can’t plant and they, besides consuming our resources both in the state headquarters and in the mass cabinet, allocate more fi ... and break up the political system
    1. v53993
      v53993 April 13 2013 19: 41
      +2
      If the "stars" are lit, then someone needs it. Never mind. As I was taught at the Academy - the level (volume) of the noise does not carry the information load.
    2. v53993
      v53993 April 13 2013 19: 58
      +3
      He is not just crap, he is a troll. His job is so filthy.
  29. Alx1miK
    Alx1miK April 13 2013 19: 23
    +6
    Quote: Pushkin
    Not many Germans, French, Poles here, went to fertilizer, and you will stay here. The noble bulb will be ugly

    Lord, this is brilliant. I fully support. +++
    1. v53993
      v53993 April 13 2013 19: 44
      +3
      By the way, and horseradish will freak.
    2. Pushkin
      Pushkin April 13 2013 20: 02
      +2
      Lord, this is brilliant. I fully support. +++

      Thank you from the bottom of my heart hi
  30. Vtel
    Vtel April 13 2013 19: 29
    +6
    "I have recently said and will repeat it once again publicly: if only I will be informed that some official, not only your level manager, got confused with a commercial structure in the construction of a bathhouse, or something else of some economic space in his house, it is easily checked, it means that the commercial structure is being destroyed, and the official goes to prison. This is not intimidation of people, I’m just warning you all, "he added.

    That's Tse Yes! We are so. Lucky Serdyuk, sho he is not in Belarus "Worked".
    1. v53993
      v53993 April 13 2013 19: 55
      +3
      Very similar. We all would like that.
  31. dc120mm
    dc120mm April 13 2013 20: 45
    +1
    Yes, a mustache of borboris with corruption, obviously not like Saakashvili :)
    1. Ascetic
      Ascetic April 13 2013 22: 06
      +4
      Quote: dc120mm
      Yes, a mustache of borboris with corruption, obviously not like Saakashvili :)


      Listen to the daraga! Is it really difficult to press the letter T (transliteration) in the window. Do it, be kind, genatsvale .. you need to respect the site and its visitors. I'm tired of correcting the word Rating I promise to raise it right away .. you’ll become a corporal ..
  32. svp67
    svp67 April 13 2013 20: 49
    +3
    Quote: Vtel
    That's Tse Yes! We are so. Lucky Serdyuk, sho he is not in Belarus "Worked".


    Yes, he would not have risen there higher than the director of a furniture store, Batko would have quickly "fucked him" bully
  33. Byordovvv1
    Byordovvv1 April 13 2013 20: 52
    +3
    A good guy A. Lukashenko, but why does Kolya cripple his life? Who will grow out of it, if now without any merits, regalia and ranks, takes military parades and participates in foreign state visits.
    1. Sergey_K
      Sergey_K April 13 2013 20: 57
      +2
      Future Kim Jong-un or how it grows there. If he is the future power - pizdets of Belarus.
    2. Egoza
      Egoza April 13 2013 21: 54
      +4
      Quote: Byordovvv1
      but why does Kolya cripple his life?

      1. Lukashenka demonstrates that he officially recognized the boy as his son. "At this point, do not meddle in your personal life."
      2. The boy does not accept the parade, but stands next to his father, just as the Belarusians bring their children to the parade. And not on all trips abroad, he takes it. Although I will tell you this - the child is very dignified. Not like the sons and daughters of all ... we will not point the finger. And this is also a "gesture" towards the west - like "spit on me about your rituals"
      3. The boy already understands that the life of the president is not a holiday, but a lot of hard work. And to lift up a nose that he is the son of the president is not worth it.
      XXXX
      4. I believe that Lukashenko is preparing a replacement for himself, but so far has not advertised it. And this will be the person who will continue his course.
  34. Was mammoth
    Was mammoth April 13 2013 21: 15
    +5
    I think Old Man is a young man, a patriot of his Motherland. We also have a lot of goods from Belarus, from industrial to agricultural. And what about their scientific potential? I was in Minsk for a month to improve my qualifications, albeit back in Soviet times. I liked the friendly and polite people, everything around is clean and tidy. A bit off topic. A curious incident occurred at the airport. This was the time of Gorbachev's "struggle" with drunkenness. A young couple from the hinterland flew to Moscow for the wedding of relatives. During the search, the cop discovered that bottles with moonshine lay in a row in the diplomat. They said what a wedding without real moonshine. The cop forced to pour the moonshine and put him on the plane. At that time, criminal cases were opened for moonshine and even imprisoned.
    One thing bothers me, why are few people on the site from Belarus? There are from Ukraine or Kazakhstan, but there are few Belarusians.
    1. hommer
      hommer April 13 2013 21: 31
      +5
      Greetings, dear.
      He spent six months in Minsk on improvement, as it was called nowadays. Although it was 1991.
      Since then, in love with Balarus, in his wonderful people.
      I am still friends with the Syabrs from Minsk. Often it’s impossible to meet, but we see each other about once every three years. It’s good that Skype has appeared.
      I confirm that even the police are so adequate that ours in Kazakhstan should learn.
      Wonderful people, opinions about Lukashenko are different, but the general opinion - against the background of others could easily be worse! That he is a statesman and thinks about the people - this can not be taken away!
      1. Was mammoth
        Was mammoth April 13 2013 21: 55
        +3
        Quote: hommer
        Wonderful people

        Have a nice one you too. That's what I'm talking about.
      2. Ascetic
        Ascetic April 13 2013 22: 10
        +5
        Quote: hommer
        He spent six months in Minsk on improvement, as it was called nowadays. Although it was 1991.


        August-September 1991 business trip to Minsk, lived in a hotel on Shchorsa street. Impressions are similar ... I also liked the pub "Shinok at Lyavon" drinks
        1. hommer
          hommer April 13 2013 22: 57
          +5
          It’s a pity we didn’t meet, it was January - June of the 91st. drinks
          I still look in the lecture notes of Belarusian professors.
          And what avenue of Francis Skaryna, how nice to walk there in the evenings!
  35. Kazbek
    Kazbek April 13 2013 21: 16
    +4
    To all such tyrants who care about the country. As the German said, live a normal life, but he was offended and cheated yet. It was right then he answered not to teach us democracy.
  36. medwed1976
    medwed1976 April 13 2013 21: 21
    +6
    Quote: bulvas
    Corruption is a national disaster in Russia

    The beautiful word "corruption" was invented in order not to offend the feelings of officials, calling them thieves, and some of our politicians should wear a price plate.
  37. honest jew
    honest jew April 13 2013 22: 06
    +5
    Alexander Lukashenko would have Russian resources, so the Belarusians would have long lived on Mars!
    1. Egoza
      Egoza April 14 2013 07: 35
      +1
      Quote: Honest Jew
      Alexander Lukashenko would have Russian resources, so the Belarusians would have long lived on Mars!

      Oh! Why would that Mars surrender to them? They would have lived under communism "in a separate country", because their upbringing and patriotism are at a high level.
  38. Ghost of darkness
    Ghost of darkness April 13 2013 22: 33
    +4
    I support an honest Jew! I hope Alexander exterminates corruption.
  39. bilgesez
    bilgesez April 13 2013 23: 46
    +4
    send untrained to Europe to the same pederasts
  40. Svatdevostator
    Svatdevostator April 14 2013 00: 14
    +1
    Quote: bilgesez
    send untrained to Europe to the same pederasts

    So he probably is from there laughing For his homo lads pulls the maz here!
  41. Svatdevostator
    Svatdevostator April 14 2013 00: 15
    0
    Old Man huge respect !!!
  42. воронов
    воронов April 14 2013 01: 23
    +4
    In Belarus, and so the order, and it will be even better. It's time for Lukashenko to stand for president of Russia, he has the right, the state is one, allied, at least our politicians have been declaring this for a year
  43. taseka
    taseka April 14 2013 07: 12
    +3
    "I have already said and will repeat it again publicly: if only it will be reported to me that some official, not only a leader of your level, has become entangled with a commercial structure in the construction of either a bath or some other utility room at home, it is easy to check, which means that the commercial structure is destroyed, and the official goes to the bunk. This is not intimidation of people, I just warn you all, "he added."- I would like to hear these simple words from Putin!
  44. My address
    My address April 14 2013 08: 01
    +3
    An interesting man and a strong leader, a patriot. Under him, Belarusians, whose only forests, swamps, sandy soil, began to live better than in Ukraine, where nature and minerals. Even according to the American data, the GDP per person is one and a half, two times more than Ukrainian. And we, in Russia, do not harness the wrong ones. Or are they us?
  45. Kazbek
    Kazbek April 14 2013 17: 03
    +1
    Ukraine needs to unite with Belarus and put an old man at the head of state.