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America is not wrong ?!

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I would not again turn to this topic if it were not for one "but." In a number of media respected by me, experts once again told the bike about the erroneousness of American foreign policy with respect to Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya ... I think that Washington did not make any mistakes, what experts call mistakes, is malicious intent, a pre-planned special operation .


Somehow, recently, Americans have begun to make mistakes. They will support the wrong dictator, they will bomb the wrong country. Then they disentangle the porridge that they themselves have brewed in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya ... For the time being, I will keep silent about Syria. There have not yet appeared knight-crusaders in cork helmets, the Americans have not yet made a mistake, but they are trying very hard to stake out for themselves another territory for mistakes. Let's talk about Afghanistan. So, the pretext for the occupation of Afghanistan by the Americans was the so-called September 11 terrorist attack on September 2001. Can we continue to believe today that there was an Afghan trail in the attack on the twin towers? Not. Can we believe that even then the Americans did not know that Afghanistan in no way relates to a terrorist act? Not. Then why should we say that the Americans were mistaken in something or did not calculate something by invading Afghanistan? Why, then, did America start a war in this impoverished Asian country? There are only two options, both complement each other, if our previous conclusions are correct: first, the Americans needed occupation and war in Afghanistan to control the region and further destabilize the situation throughout Central Asia. Secondly, it is beneficial for them to have a huge "banana republic" engaged in the production of drugs, because all this infection is doomed to eventually penetrate into Russia.

It was possible to calculate the outcome of the so-called Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan 12 years ago, as well as the fact that eventually the Americans will get out of there, and Islamic radicals will come to power, expelling all American puppets from the country. In the future, supporters of Western democracy will only have to shrug their shoulders and lament that the Afghan people have not matured to freedom and democracy, and interprets all European values ​​in their own way. But in order to reach such conclusions it is not necessary to have seven spans in your forehead, you should not get into Afghanistan, since the Afghans are at a completely different level of development. I do not write that they are worse than us, I write that they are different, and it was clear before the American invasion. Afghans do not need Western-style democracy, they do not need pornographic channels and girls walking around Kabul in mini-skirts. Afghans for such a democracy have a reflex desire to grab a stone and beat them to a “carrier of democratic values” to death. It is not democratic, but it corresponds to traditional Afghan values. Poorly? It’s not for us to judge this, and especially not for the Americans.

By the way, in Europe, similar values ​​prevailed in the Middle Ages. The ancestors of tolerant Europeans quite sincerely believed that burning beautiful women at the stake was very useful for humanity. The inquisitors were convinced that by depriving a person of life, they would not be mistaken in any case, because they save his sinless soul. Well, the witches and sorceresses were not sorry. Do they have no souls? Let them burn on the fire of the Inquisition. Do not you think that in relation to the countries of the third world, the latter-day inquisitors behave in this way? The soul of the inhabitants of Africa and Asia either? Or is there? How many human lives are ruined as a result of the aggression of the West against Afghanistan, Iraq? How many people died as a result, if not initiated, then unequivocally supported by the Western democracies of the "revolution" in Libya, Egypt, Syria? Why doesn't the free press sound the alarm of hundreds of thousands of "democratization victims"? Oh yes, a tragic mistake ...

Darwin's theory that in the process of evolution a monkey turned into a man, in the twentieth century, played a cruel joke on humanity. Arrogantly disgraceful materialists decided that they were able to accelerate the evolutionary process and lift a person from one level of development to another, supposedly higher. Remember, how futile were the attempts of the Soviet Union to impose socialism on the peoples, who were essentially on the feudal level of development? While the Soviet government controlled these territories, supported the local "feudal lords", there was an active imitation of building socialism, but as soon as the Soviet missionaries left the world arena, the people immediately began to return to their primitive state. They feel better in feudalism. They need two wives, and better - three, they need their gods, not Karl Marx and Vladimir Lenin. Do not blame them in this. Once again, they are different, and there is nothing offensive about it. Let their women walk in the veil, may their men graze rams, until the fire of civilization pushes them into something else in the most natural way.

With the idea of ​​building democracy around the world, things are even worse. The West was not going to pull out the supposedly higher level of development of the inhabitants of Africa or Asia, especially the scientific and economic development and the material standard of living. Behind the facade of democracy lies neocolonialism. It’s time to learn to distinguish between politically correct verbiage from true intentions, which boil down to one simple thing: the West is eager to extract the maximum financial and economic profit in all possible ways from the third world countries. That is, the primary desire is to conquer and use the territory, and everything else is a verbal husk.

By the way, to the countries of the "third world" in need of colonization, we also belong. All история confrontation between Europeans and Russians means that they do not consider us to be equal to themselves and will not be counted. Our only consolation is that the West is afraid of us. For them, we are not just an object of colonization, but a serious adversary, with whom we must reckon as long as we are alive.

So, as Western missionaries with M16 rifles leave agitated Afghanistan, Islamic radicals will take their places. Over the long years of armed confrontation with the Soviet Communists and the Western democrats, these bearded men have forgotten how to work in the field, but have very well learned how to shoot civilizers bearing alien values. I admit that, having come to power, the renewed Taliban will lead a decisive struggle against drug producers, but this is the only plus from its arrival. Drug production, according to the media, is a profitable business for Afghans. What will the peasants do after the Taliban cover this business? With great probability they will merge into a no less profitable business, besides in their opinion a noble one - by fighting infidels. Far to America, to Europe is not close, but Russia is almost at hand. It is enough to remove the barriers from the secular regimes of the former republics of Central Asia ... A completely realistic scenario for which there are all the prerequisites. Well, the fact is that America, through its Arabian "partners", will support the war against Russia and supply weapon "dushman", no longer have to doubt.

Now once again I want to repeat the question: are the Americans who got involved in the Afghan adventure so stupid? Allow yourself to say "well, they are stupid" can imagine humorist Mikhail Zadornov. But he is a humorist. The Americans have learned very well how to calculate their moves for many years to come. There is no conspiracy, there is an elementary cold calculation. Just talking about conspiracy and world conspiracy is very convenient to chatter the problem and make it serious - ridiculous, because it is difficult to believe in the ability to control the world with a handful of "wise men". The “wise men” do not control the world, as the driver drives the car, they create conditions when the course of events that is unfavorable for them cannot exist in principle. Americans are able to build pieces on the world chessboard in such a way that any development of the situation will work for the benefit of the United States. In the end, all this provides America with global domination throughout the world. They know how to pit their geopolitical rivals with each other, possessing financial, economic, informational tools. To withstand the onslaught of Americans and confront them, it is important not only to know the technology of managing the world, but also not to be afraid to copy and apply them.

Do not be afraid that in defending our interests, we will lose ourselves and become cynical Americans. It will not work, conscience will not allow, our people will not allow, which differs from our Western rivals by the presence of conscience. For Russians, misconduct is unacceptable. It is condemned in society and, ultimately, doomed to failure.
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  1. smel
    smel April 18 2013 06: 35 New
    10
    American villains for any purpose will go to any crime. Their hope is that no one will ever answer for anything, but should collapse. Yes .. and to the author !!! They do not apply to those on whom Darwin's law applies. Only laws of force and criminal laws should act on this community of people (since this collection is completely offspring of criminals)
    1. Nevsky
      Nevsky April 18 2013 07: 30 New
      -5
      Here for this, minus the article:

      Do not be afraid that in defending our interests, we will lose ourselves and become cynical Americans. It will not work, conscience will not allow, our people will not allow, which differs from our Western rivals by the presence of conscience. For Russians, misconduct is unacceptable. It is condemned in society and, ultimately, doomed to failure.
      1. Mikhail3
        Mikhail3 April 18 2013 18: 18 New
        +2
        Not for that. And for the fact that this paragraph completely contradicts this “To withstand the onslaught of the Americans and resist them, it is important not only to know the technologies of world governance, but also not to be afraid to copy and apply them,” which is a mistake that destroys the effect of a beautiful article.
        Know - yes. Copy - no! You need to act in your own way, applying the best of our mentality. We are valued and even loved (whatever the world media would be in a frenzy) precisely because we are Russian. The world needs us, it is impossible without us. But only and exclusively Russian are needed, with Russian thought, conscience, Russian approaches and actions. Every time we try to copy the Americans, a terrible defeat and a terrible rollback awaits us ...
      2. Yura
        Yura April 18 2013 20: 14 New
        0
        Quote: Nevsky
        Here for this, minus the article:

        I put the article plus. I understood you so that you, too, think as it is written in the quote you quoted, but understanding your experience known from your articles, I think you want to warn that the stone wears away water. You are also a plus.
    2. vadimus
      vadimus April 18 2013 09: 45 New
      +2
      The sunset of the west is not far off ....
      1. S_mirnov
        S_mirnov April 18 2013 13: 55 New
        -1
        “You should not be afraid that in defending our interests we will lose ourselves and become cynical Americans. It will not work, conscience will not allow, our people will not allow it, it is the presence of conscience that differs from our Western rivals. For Russians, unrighteous behavior is unacceptable. It is condemned in society and, ultimately, doomed to failure. "
        Controversial statement, or rather incorrect. Conscience may not allow people, only now the people in the Russian Federation have no influence on the political situation and on the Russian government. And those who have influence are not burdened with conscience!
    3. Sakhalininsk
      Sakhalininsk April 18 2013 15: 41 New
      +2
      Quote: smel
      American villains for any purpose will go to any crime.


      + This is an impudent Sakassonian philosophy of a nation of thieves and murderers. The world can only breathe calmly when the brazenly Saxon infection will be removed from the face of the Earth, like the worst and worst cancer tumor.
      1. Raven1972
        Raven1972 April 19 2013 00: 46 New
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        + You ... good And I’ll add an old saying - to sell a piece of a kolenor, an English merchant can set fire to the whole world ....
  2. svp67
    svp67 April 18 2013 06: 48 New
    +3
    Well, again, the theory of "conspiracy", or maybe it is so? Long-term competitor elimination programs may well exist. It’s very dangerous to act on the principle "to sow the wind so that the storm dares the competitor". And not only for the country of the competitor, but also for the USA itself ... Yes, we live in a very turbulent time.
    1. Kaa
      Kaa April 18 2013 09: 03 New
      +9
      Quote: svp67
      That's just to act on the principle of "sow the wind, so that the storm dares the competitor" is very dangerous.

      And how do we have relations with, say, Mexico, the main transit country for drugs in the USA? There seems to be a permanent war of drug cartels ... As with their weapons, is there no need to unite on the basis of militant Catholicism-anti-Americanism, given the predominant number of Protestants of various kinds in USA? Yes, and Texas, sort of forcibly torn away from Mexico ...
      1. skeptic
        skeptic April 18 2013 11: 05 New
        +3
        Quote: Kaa
        Quote: svp67
        That's just to act on the principle of "sow the wind, so that the storm dares the competitor" is very dangerous.

        And how do we have relations with, say, Mexico, the main transit country for drugs in the USA? There seems to be a permanent war of drug cartels ... As with their weapons, is there no need to unite on the basis of militant Catholicism-anti-Americanism, given the predominant number of Protestants of various kinds in USA? Yes, and Texas, sort of forcibly torn away from Mexico ...


        But to begin with, it is better to stake out the right of retaliatory combat actions against states that support terrorism on the territory of Russia. Caught the Saudis on Russian territory - get air strikes at military and aggression-organizing facilities. Foreign terrorists do not stop appearing, perhaps a country supporting terrorism in the Stone Age, with all its economic infrastructure. So it is with drugs. They warned: “Do not stop the drugs you’ve grown and processed from your territory - don’t stop growing the drug potion areas, after which it’s impossible to grow anything else on this earth. Do you want to grow cucumbers, parsley, and any vegetation that It doesn’t harm Russia, even the declarative orientation of Russian policy on the intolerance of any negative impact on the population or infrastructure of the Russian Federation and its allied states will have a positive effect. will force the world to accept new conditions, as well as with respect to states admitting aggression against the Russian Federation penetrating from their territory, gentlemen should be aware of their responsibility for the border space.
        1. svp67
          svp67 April 18 2013 11: 15 New
          +4
          Quote: skeptic
          Caught the Saudis on Russian territory - get air strikes at military and aggression-organizing facilities.


          Slippery track. So many of our "brothers" in foreign territories have already been caught that our territory can already be "dusted" ... In this matter, it is difficult to use an "evidence" base. Although one of the missiles could have lost its way at launch, well, there “apologies”, “monetary compensation”, and “sincere” perplexities, and it’s better to arrange a “random” earthquake, then you won’t need to apologize, but you can send “rescue specialists” to “clean up” ... But anyway , something needs to be done, this "infection" itself will not be "cured"
          1. skeptic
            skeptic April 18 2013 11: 33 New
            +2
            Quote: svp67
            In this matter, the evidence base is difficult.


            But it is necessary.

            Quote: svp67
            But for anyone, something needs to be done, this "infection" itself will not be "cured"
            1. Mikhail3
              Mikhail3 April 18 2013 18: 30 New
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              Not necessary. Oh no need! Because to catch an ordinary tourist and program him for a series of actions is a routine for the current special services. Yes, it is difficult (but already possible) to break the root limits in the psyche. Well, they’re launched by several people acting together. Like binary munitions - individually, the substances are harmless and safe. Mixed ...
              Let's introduce this practice - the next day we will get a "terrible terrorist group from Nizhny Tagil", with inanimate eyes hatched undermining a skyscraper in New York. With all the gibberish in his teeth, huh ... No need to let out the wind, no one can control the storm.
              1. skeptic
                skeptic April 18 2013 22: 48 New
                +1
                Quote: Mikhail3
                No need to let the wind go; nobody can control the storm.


                Of course, it is not necessary to finance, arm their compatriots, let alone send them to Russia, for aggression, albeit on a religious basis. But worry about your fears, the rulers of the Arab East? Only real destruction, regardless of the distance to their state, can inhibit the enemy of the tribe. In the East, only those who are brave and strong are recognized. The rest, cheap muttering: "If something did not work out."
          2. skeptic
            skeptic April 18 2013 11: 42 New
            0
            Quote: svp67
            In this issue with the "evidence" base is difficult


            VadimSt UA Today, 11:07 AM

            But, they are stubbornly silent about one mistake - weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. Where is it? After all, American intelligence, the most American in the world. And now, the Americans just went for a walk near the borders of the DPRK, and they were offended and made a fuss.

            In the USA, "precedent" law is practiced, but in the world?
      2. Mikhail3
        Mikhail3 April 18 2013 18: 24 New
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        If the drug cartels there are in need of some kind of weapon, it’s so like gilded AKM inlaid with trousers. With minimal desire, they can get everything they can come up with no tension. There is another problem. They kill each other so quickly that they simply do not have time to learn how to use anything more complicated than the AKM itself. The "power" there ... it's not even funny.
        Alas, we have to admit that the Americans brewed an exemplary meat grinder in Mexico and skillfully support it. You can’t put a finger into it - it will chop off and that's all ...
  3. Belogor
    Belogor April 18 2013 06: 55 New
    +5
    Not everything is so optimistic, as the author claims in the last paragraph of the article. I would like to believe in it, but unfortunately, in this Russia began to lose its position. Conscience somehow did not become a very popular virtue among both youth and politicians. Hence corruption, unprincipledness, etc. etc. There is a every-minute propaganda of Western values, in which conscience is clearly not visible.
  4. fenix57
    fenix57 April 18 2013 06: 58 New
    +2
    America (represented by the DECLINING states of America) is a history error. AND SOMETHING COLUMBU (or Amerigo Vespucci-controversy so far) DO NOT TURN South and discover Antarctica. what
    1. Kaa
      Kaa April 18 2013 08: 56 New
      +7
      In Soviet childhood, we often shouted to the guitar the words that are now more relevant than ever:
      "Columbus discovered America
      I made a big mistake
      Dumb, he’d better open
      On our street, beer is “popular wisdom, however, I’m ready to remove beer houses, we now have more than enough of them ... wassat
  5. Corsair
    Corsair April 18 2013 07: 32 New
    +5
    Quote from the article:
    Afghans have a reflexive desire for such a democracy to grab a stone and hammer it with a “bearer of democratic values” to death. This is not democratic, but in line with traditional Afghan values.
  6. DimychDV
    DimychDV April 18 2013 07: 52 New
    +4
    Amer to conquer living space exterminated more than 20 million of their Indians. Solving their food program in the 19th century, they exterminated all the buffalo. Although they are gangster guys, they are strong in their own way: they tried to answer their grievances in such a way that they didn’t seem a little. Recall Japan of 1945. So for the weaklings to keep them unnecessary. I call them "a teenage nation with a nuclear club and a bunch of sharpenings in my pockets." In addition, we must remember that all the sectarians fled there from the Old World - whether obscurantists or not - but in the conditions of the proclaimed freedom of speech, they developed as they wanted. And now their military doctrine, according to some sources, does not neglect the theory of a preemptive strike at all. And with the response - and they will not rust either. And at the level of religious self-awareness, their ideas of Armageddon are quite acceptable, I met an article by an expert on religions about their religious lobbyism - they have their own strong clip of religious fanatics who periodically call everyone to the "Main Battle with the forces of evil." And this does not contradict their constitution; nobody forbids them. Were it not for a fair Jewish lobby, a "society of Holocaust denial" might have developed.
    Well, and the fact that since the late 90s the Yankees have been consistently melting, fomenting a long Islamic-radical "node" along our entire Asian underbelly - any observant person is able to realize without any analysts.
    In Soviet times, they tried to answer approximately the same thing - all of Central America was seething with small wars. Well, albeit in eReFia we decided that this is inhumane. But are we able to accelerate the flow of Latinos across borders? Let them flood them, in the end ...
    1. skeptic
      skeptic April 18 2013 11: 19 New
      +1
      Quote: DimychDV
      Solving their food program in the 19th century, they exterminated all the buffalo.


      Destroying the bison, the amers decided the "food program" of the Indians because the bison were their main food.

      Quote: DimychDV
      But are we able to accelerate the flow of Latinos across borders? Let them flood them, in the end ...


      Latinos are the main supplier of recruits for the US Armed Forces. If you want to be legalized and become a US citizen, go to the army.
  7. Corporal
    Corporal April 18 2013 09: 26 New
    -2
    Yeah, the Americans know how to work together and achieve their goals. All schemes with far-reaching planning, no throwing and pursuit of momentary benefits. Strategy, their mother.
    I do not consider them the center of evil, not at all. They just care about their country, try to protect themselves as much as possible by making life difficult for potential competitors. Well, and business.
    They will do everything to prevent our country from becoming a competitor for them.

    And vague doubts torment me that all our successes, the tandem, relations with China, the development of the situation in Syria, the DPRK jumps, are all a well-thought out and carefully managed scenario that is clearly not aimed at the benefit of my Motherland.
    1. skeptic
      skeptic April 18 2013 11: 30 New
      +1
      Quote: Efreytor
      I don't consider them the center of evil,


      Are Vietnam, Korea, Cuba, Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, and many other countries of the world "in solidarity" with you?

      And in general, white and fluffy boys from the USA bring peace to the whole WORLD?

      Like that ?
  8. Uncle lee
    Uncle lee April 18 2013 09: 52 New
    +8
    You need to keep your eyes open, and gunpowder dry!
  9. Egoza
    Egoza April 18 2013 09: 56 New
    +6
    I think that if Stalin's projects had not been curtailed, everything could have been different. It was necessary to expand the construction of socialism in his country, and develop the standard of living of Soviet people to unprecedented heights. Then the Europeans themselves would be drawn to socialism, and no USA could resist this. A fact would be a fact. But you can’t argue against the facts. And since we have now retreated, this does not mean that we have completely lost. Still ahead (if you don’t clap your ears).
  10. darksoul
    darksoul April 18 2013 10: 03 New
    0
    Bearing democracy ... if only China brought them communism ... and we would have watched as our potential friends decide who has more truths ...... oh, those dreams))))
  11. VadimSt
    VadimSt April 18 2013 11: 07 New
    0
    But, they stubbornly remain silent about one mistake - weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. Where is it? After all, American intelligence, the most American in the world. And now, the Americans just went for a walk near the borders of the DPRK, and they were offended and made a fuss.
  12. krez-74
    krez-74 April 18 2013 11: 07 New
    +3
    Calculating the moves to the front, at some point in time loses the feeling of reality, and at that moment his problems begin. The world has seen many states that considered themselves the navel of the earth, but they have long been gone ...
  13. nod739
    nod739 April 18 2013 11: 59 New
    +1
    Quote: Egoza
    I think that if Stalin's projects had not been curtailed, everything could have been different. It was necessary to expand the construction of socialism in his country, and develop the standard of living of Soviet people to unprecedented heights. Then the Europeans themselves would be drawn to socialism, and no USA could resist this.


    in general, they did just that, just along the way the whole country worked to protect itself from aggressors by forging swords and armor, and therefore did not reach the heights
  14. stalkerwalker
    stalkerwalker April 18 2013 12: 38 New
    +5
    1. The article "plus", because I agree to 99% with the spirit of the article. It's not worth picking on trifles.
    2. All the "gestures" of the United States, especially in the 90 and the "zero" fit perfectly into the theory of the "unipolar" world. And today, only a GROUP of countries can form an “affront” for staff members in all their “efforts”. So before the complete decline of the empire of the “American dream” is still far away.
    3. To the main question of the article I will answer that in this world EVERYTHING (both states and people, including those who are at the head of states) make mistakes.
    What is the difference between smart and wise - smart knows how to fix a perfect mistake, a wise knows how to avoid this mistake.
    The United States has an excellent geographical position, bordering only TWO countries, one of which only formally has a different name. What gives "our overseas partners" the opportunity to regularly and with impunity to joke with a stick in OUR Eurasian anthill.
  15. hrych
    hrych April 18 2013 13: 53 New
    10
    The author cited the reasons for the invasion of Afghanistan, but did not mention the main thing, that when the former American Taliban allies took power in most of Afghanistan, four-way negotiations began on the construction of an oil pipeline from Iran to China with the participation of the Taliban, Iran, China and the world government represented by transnational oil corporations. The first three did not cut through the situation and decided that "why do we need a blacksmith." More than 80% of China’s oil is received from the Vostok by sea and this pipeline would be the object of the century, given that Japan and Korea would not drive tankers into the Persian Gulf, but would be packed with oil in the near future at terminals in the V. Chinese Sea. As soon as the trance was excluded from the plan, and the three parties almost agreed, there is a bloody circus with twin towers and an invasion of NATO forces with the subsequent occupation of Afghanistan. This pipeline would make Iran untouchable, due to the strong land army of the PRC, which in turn would lose its Achilles heel, the possibility of a naval blockade (which was extensively discussed on the site). Afghan would become the richest transit country. A powerful fleet of the West, controlling the oceans, straits and canals, would become an unnecessary expensive accessory. As a result of the competent and thoughtful actions of NATO, Iran is isolated and awaiting liquidation, China is convulsively trying to build a fleet, but will not have time and will be strangled, and for Afghans - poverty and heroin production, as the only means of subsistence.
    1. YuDDP
      YuDDP April 19 2013 00: 00 New
      +3
      strong! seems to be true. Honored +
    2. matross
      matross April 19 2013 10: 32 New
      +2
      Very interesting opinion. Plausible version. + To you
  16. Vtel
    Vtel April 18 2013 14: 22 New
    +3
    In general, it’s not entirely correct to call them Americans - it’s better to say YANKSbecause America is big - North, Central and South and there are a lot of people there. Residents of the United States, they are the same SSR (United States robbers) nickname Yankees according to one version, the Cherokee Indians allegedly gave the word - eankke means coward. Something no one shouts to the whole world about the Holocaust of the Indians with bows, which they destroyed, having more advanced weapons. The whole history of this country, if one can call it that, is written in the blood of the native inhabitants of America. Hence the conclusion suggests itself that they have neither a history of good, nor a conscience.
    1. Akatsubasa
      Akatsubasa April 18 2013 14: 50 New
      +1
      The United States prefers to remain silent and proud about its history) But unfortunately there is nothing to be proud of) Few can boast of so many exterminated their own citizens and citizens of other states, even the Red Terror and the Gulag seem like a nice kind communist clapper compared to the Japanese nuclear attack, not to mention about the 30s in the USA ... There is something to think about before bringing democracy to the masses)
  17. Avenger711
    Avenger711 April 18 2013 14: 49 New
    +2
    If we talk about the population of Afghanistan, the point is not that it wants to live in the Middle Ages, and does not want pornography (just everyone wants it, and Muslims only hide their women, and they only fuck strangers like that) otherwise the whole world and did not reach antiquity. No peasant will refuse to plow on a tractor, not oxen, or a horse, dropping 7 sweats per day. Rather, it is a certain critical mass of innovations, when progress becomes unstoppable. If the USSR had built roads, schools and hospitals in Afghanistan for about 30 years, then there would have been a quite adequate country, a progressively oriented layer would have formed, unlearned according to the Soviet model, and maybe even in the USSR itself, and so, Russians would have gone, and it’s not good, start over, and non-stupid locals already understood what the USSR’s departure would turn out to be.
  18. Canep
    Canep April 18 2013 15: 13 New
    0
    Afghanistan would like to wish, to conduct foreign warriors, and that they themselves could manage their country. Let it be Islamic, democratic, monarchist, communist, narcotic or any other state. Only to stop the war, and the children went to school and did not starve.
    1. Dim Dim
      Dim Dim April 18 2013 21: 39 New
      0
      Well, with some of you listed, they won’t go to school for sure, but they will clean the machines and stock up on grenades.
  19. luka095
    luka095 April 18 2013 16: 39 New
    0
    The article put a plus. Briefly and clearly expressed the position of the author. One can agree with many ...
  20. Canep
    Canep April 18 2013 18: 46 New
    0
    If we want to beat them with their own weapons, we need: 1. Do not ban Orthodox extremist organizations, but take them under control. 2. Use these organizations to train motivated fighters. 3. send these militants to our "likely friends" (USA, Britain, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, etc.) 4. equip them exclusively with American-made weapons. 5. Do it all behind the scenes. 6. For the same purposes use the "Russian mafia." 7. It is hoped that these fighters will not return to their homeland to do the same here.
  21. valokordin
    valokordin April 18 2013 19: 24 New
    +1
    The country must know the threat to its existence and must fight against it. This is Nazism, NATO, terrorism and, most importantly, oligarchic capitalism in their country and its representatives in power. The country, and most importantly, we must mobilize in any way, otherwise the country will die. And the authorities and its political elements are to blame for this in the legislative assembly, the administrative apparatus, and the military leadership.
  22. Vovka levka
    Vovka levka April 18 2013 23: 06 New
    0
    We all live in the world of our illusions, only everyone has his own illusions.
  23. matross
    matross April 18 2013 23: 06 New
    +1
    An article from the Brad Sive Cable series. Bullshit. Mix everything in a heap, but in the end, the Americans. Yes, who is arguing? A set of unrelated evidence with a claim to thoughtfulness. Interestingly, the author was in Soviet times in Central Asia? And represents, for example, how many students from third world countries have studied in the Soviet Union and now make up the pro-Russian "lobby" in these countries? And how to correlate calls for copying the cynical neocolonial policies of the West with assurances of the primordial conscience of the Russian people?
    1. matross
      matross April 18 2013 23: 09 New
      0
      Well, damn it, I forgot that the word k.oz.z.ly. banned. Well, yes, in the sense, it’s clear wink
    2. Woodoo
      Woodoo April 20 2013 04: 15 New
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      Have you ever been to the Pro-Russian Lobby?
      Those students in the USSR learned, today's Russia has nothing to do with that country, except for borders, Kalash and architectural monuments like VDNH.
      And do not rush, delirium, to name the material, for the understanding of which there is not enough drag.