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Putin's biographer: President fears betrayal

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Putin's biographer: President fears betrayalJournalist Natalia Gevorkyan, the author of the first book about the current President of the Russian Federation "From the first person. Talking with Vladimir Putin", published in 2000, told about the strongest fear of the head of state. In an interview with The Washington Post, she said that V. Putin was most afraid of betrayal: according to the journalist, this is “the central theme in his worldview.”


She believes that it is natural for a KGB officer to suspect everyone of treason. V. Putin left the secret service more than 20 years ago, but did not change his views on human nature. Today, N. Gevorkian notes, "the atmosphere of suspicion permeates the Kremlin more than ever."

If you look at the book "From the First Person" from the present time, the journalist says, many things become obvious, in particular, how V. Putin feared betrayal. "The gloomy atmosphere of mistrust, which, according to rumors, has infiltrated his inner circle, is definitely generated at the top," - said in an article published by the American edition.

This atmosphere, according to its authors, is fueled by political protests, police investigations, a “capricious” anti-corruption campaign, clan wars and ambitions. “In addition, V. Putin’s rating is gradually eroding, as if the Kremlin’s resident is betraying his own electorate,” the Washington Post notes.

“He suffers from an inability to trust people — or the people,” says N. Gevorkyan. According to her, V. Putin "comes from culture", which is used to citizens living in full accordance with the expectations of the authorities. In 1991, the immediate superior of V. Putin, ex-KGB head Vladimir Kryuchkov, stated that the August coup, aimed at overthrowing Mikhail Gorbachev, was necessary because the Soviet people "were unreliable and unable to fulfill their obligations to the state" at that time.

This approach was approved by V. Putin, who expressed the opinion that the leaders of the Emergency Committee sincerely wished the good of the country, although their actions may have been erroneous.

According to the latest poll by Levada Center, V. Putin’s rating today is 57%. "This is quite enough for any Democrat politician, but in the Putin system this situation leaves undesirable scope for public doubt," said analyst Kirill Rogov.

“The topic of betrayal is not only the typical Russian motive and the painful passion of the KGB, but also the trauma of V. Putin’s hometown, St. Petersburg. V. Putin’s parents survived the 900 day blockade of Leningrad, and his elder brother died. His father was injured and He never recovered from his injuries. When V. Putin was born in 1952, his elderly parents didn’t care for him ", writes the author of the article in the Washington Post.

He notes that in the years of the blockade in Leningrad, 900 thousand people died, many of them from starvation. Some townspeople went to betrayal in order to survive. The historian Dmitry Likhachev, the blockade himself, describes those years as a time of cannibalism and the rejection of parents of children. The psychological trauma of the city, the article notes, left its mark on V. Putin.

“Only a few people are really close to me. They never betrayed me, and I never betrayed them, "V. Putin told his biographer.

N. Gevorkyan also expressed an opinion on why V. Putin was going to power. According to her, he was never an “ambitious careerist”, but he was in search of a patron. The first "clan" of V. Putin was the KGB, the second patron he found in the person of the former mayor of St. Petersburg, Anatoly Sobchak. When in 1996, he lost the election to his deputy, Vladimir Yakovlev, the Kremlin became the new patron of V. Putin. Now, N. Gevorkian believes, the presidency is the personal means of protecting Putin. That is why he is unlikely to leave his post, the journalist concluded.
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  1. svp67
    svp67 25 May 2013 18: 32
    +8
    Now, according to N. Gevorgyan, the presidency is a personal remedy for V. Putin. That is why he is unlikely to leave his post, the journalist concluded.
    And someone will show me which of the former leaders of the USSR or modern Russia suffered after he left his post. So, I think that this reason is far-fetched ...
    I think that if there are reasons, then they most likely lie in ambitious and economic planes ...
    1. a
      a 26 May 2013 06: 47
      -6
      you need to look a little wider on the topic of the possibility of suffering after leaving. most likely, we are talking not only about the personal security of GDP, but also about the security of its clan. after all, with GDP, many people from his environment made great wealth for themselves. but as you know, a new broom sweeps in a new way. another president will come and the clan of GDP may suffer in favor of the clan of the new president. GDP is not an independent figure in our politics. however, most politicians in the world have never been independent. they were supported by certain clans and did business in favor of these clans. it has always been and will be so.
      here, for example, the GDP will go away and they will say Timchenko, get out. Now another person will be the oil trader of Russian oil. and Timchenko will go from where he started. was a middle-aged businessman. will be the same. it's only with GDP that he became a billionaire. it is at best. and in the worst they will take everything from him and put him as Khodorkovsky. That's what GDP fears
      1. Reasonable, 2,3
        Reasonable, 2,3 26 May 2013 09: 12
        26
        in the worst they will take everything from him and put him as Khodorkovsky. That's what GDP fears
        Well, here I strongly doubt it. He has created an airbag for at least a decade. And he is most likely afraid that the subsequent rulers will not be as competent as he is. For the country he is afraid. And whoever he didn’t say did he is more good than bad.
        1. a
          a 26 May 2013 09: 17
          -30 qualifying.
          Putin is it competent ?? funny
          judge globally whether he has done more good or bad will still be a story. we can only express our opinions. if he left politics in 2008, then, as they say, honor and praise to Viktor Perestukin.
          and it turns out that he returned to continue to save the capital of his clan
          1. S_mirnov
            S_mirnov 26 May 2013 10: 03
            -26 qualifying.
            "The president is afraid of betrayal" - and rightly afraid, because the people do not support him, but is supported by a certain group of unknown personalities and as soon as he becomes unnecessary he will be merged, or sent to an "honorable" pension, depending on the political moment. Gorbachev and Yeltsin were retired, medals were poured, and even a monument was erected, and then they can be drained so that the popular discontent can be let off steam. Here you will twitch to love!
            1. djon3volta
              djon3volta 26 May 2013 12: 28
              19
              Quote: S_mirnov
              for the people do not support him

              have you personally interviewed more than 100 million Russians? in your city how many people in REAL did you personally interview? even if you live in a city of 50, have you even questioned 100 people? YES or NO? I'm sure you didn’t interview anyone in person, and you you yourself know that YOU have not interviewed anyone. The question is — how can you know Putin’s people are supporting or not? when you YOU PERSONALLY interview at least 20-30 million, then we’ll talk.
              1. S_mirnov
                S_mirnov 26 May 2013 13: 31
                -14 qualifying.
                "when YOU PERSONALLY interview at least 20-30 million" - when you personally see the earth from space - then you will believe that it is round!
                1. Nick
                  Nick 27 May 2013 00: 02
                  +3
                  Quote: S_mirnov
                  "when YOU PERSONALLY interview at least 20-30 million" - when you personally see the earth from space - then you will believe that it is round!

                  It seems like nonsense. You are overworked. Have a rest.
              2. ozs
                ozs 26 May 2013 13: 49
                +8
                You know, you have to be a complete idiot to support a stool with its disbandment and sale of the army. Which your favorite is still blocking. But in addition to Taburetkin, there is Fursenko who killed the best model of education of the Soviet type, there is also Kudrin who poured half of the budget into a potential enemy. Continue? And this is our power.

                And you want to say a normal person will support this vertical of power.
                And the reasoning is that he did good or bad. Sometimes it seems, he didn’t do anything better, since almost all undertakings end in a big zilch. In a country that is a leader in the production of petroleum products, fuel prices are growing by leaps and bounds. For this, should he be thankful? And maybe for the fact that the media deprives us of our own history, we have already slipped to the point that the smersh is equated to ss. Do you have to be thankful for this? Or maybe for utilities, the quality of which is falling, but how are prices rising? Further to list or is it enough for you?

                You know, that would not be afraid of betrayal, you do not need to surround yourself with hearty!
                1. fox17
                  fox17 26 May 2013 18: 59
                  -5
                  To be afraid there is why both for yourself and for your clan, otherwise they will merge and not choke
              3. Karabu
                Karabu 26 May 2013 15: 15
                -4
                Quote: djon3volta
                in your city, how many people in REAL have you personally interviewed? even if you live in a city of 50, have you even questioned 100 people? YES or NO?

                You may not believe it, but you had to personally participate in the survey. March 2012 St. Petersburg
                Quote: author
                According to the latest poll by the Levada Center, V. Putin's rating today is 57%

                So this is the same linden as all other state. statistics (demography, standard of living, unemployment, migration, etc., etc.)
                according to my personal observations of 10 people about 3 spoke-I am for Putin. mostly people of retirement age.
                I don’t want to prove anything. draw your own conclusions
                1. djon3volta
                  djon3volta 26 May 2013 15: 32
                  0
                  Quote: Karabu
                  according to my personal observations of 10 people about 3 spoke-I am for Putin.

                  1 for Zyuganov, 1 for Prokhorov, 1 for Zhirinovsky. Remaining in thought. Right? So you ask how much for Zyuganov who is closer to Putin in percent? Of 10 people, as you say, there will be one, and then they’ll lie, most likely there will be So:
                  out of 100 people 3-7 for Zyuganov, 30-40 for Putin
                  out of 1000 people 40-60 for Zyuganov, 500-700 for Putin
                  out of 10000 people 1000-1200 for Zyuganov, 5000-6000 for Putin
                  out of 100000 people 10000-15000 for Zyuganov, 40000-60000 for Putin
                  and so on. REALLY what the survey will look like.
                  1. Karabu
                    Karabu 26 May 2013 15: 50
                    +5
                    djon3volta, in some ways I agree with you. the remaining candidates are none at all. but this is the whole comic of these elections, either sit at home or vote for Putin. theater in general.
                    1. Karabu
                      Karabu 26 May 2013 22: 14
                      +2
                      interesting people here on the site hang out. I wrote about my observations during the survey, so that people had an idea not from the TV or dubious statistics, but from the first person. I threw cons.
                  2. Grey74
                    Grey74 26 May 2013 18: 40
                    -2
                    Boris, you're wrong)
                2. Grey74
                  Grey74 26 May 2013 18: 37
                  +1
                  And after the increase in salaries, the cops joined them. The truth is not all.
                3. Tverichanka
                  Tverichanka 26 May 2013 22: 20
                  0
                  Quote: Karabu
                  So this is the same linden as all other state. statistics (

                  I would not like to upset you, but Levada Center, VTsIOM and others do not belong to state structures, but are banal NGOs. Have you heard of such, I hope? Therefore, they would very much like to understate the rating rather than overestimate it.
                  1. Karabu
                    Karabu 26 May 2013 22: 54
                    +1
                    Quote: Tverichanka
                    I would not like to upset you, but Levada Center, VTsIOM and others do not belong to state structures, but are banal NGOs. Have you heard about such, I hope?

                    I’m almost upset and generally try to stay away from politics. just needed the money. I don’t really know what a banal NPO is. and your condescending tone speaks of a spoiled mood =)
                  2. Nick
                    Nick 27 May 2013 00: 11
                    +1
                    Quote: Tverichanka
                    I would not like to upset you, but Levada Center, VTsIOM and others do not belong to government agencies, but are banal NGOs.

                    Do not flatter yourself, dear Nina, they distort the truth, most likely, knowingly.
                4. Nick
                  Nick 27 May 2013 00: 06
                  -1
                  Quote: Karabu
                  I don’t want to prove anything. draw your own conclusions

                  Then why are you posting your posts here? You sort of figure it out with yourself ...
                  1. Karabu
                    Karabu 27 May 2013 00: 27
                    +2
                    Quote: Nick
                    Then why are you posting your posts here? You sort of figure it out with yourself ...

                    Naturally, I have my own opinion. but I don’t think it necessary to ring the whole site about it. the first day I registered, and more than once I am faced with groundless aggression. I advise you to somehow sort out your emotions, I understand of course that you are a four-star star here, but you don’t need to teach me either
                    1. Nick
                      Nick 27 May 2013 00: 32
                      -2
                      Quote: Karabu
                      Naturally, I have my own opinion. but I don’t think it necessary to ring the whole site about it.

                      So don’t ring.
              4. S_mirnov
                S_mirnov 26 May 2013 23: 09
                +3
                Interviewed today 11 people (not an indicator of course) Everyone is against GDP, they understand where his policy leads. All respondents are over 35 years old. If it is important.
                In the course of the survey, I learned that, by law, Tajik citizens can vote in the presidential elections in the Russian Federation (I have not personally tested it, but that explains a lot).
                1. Nick
                  Nick 27 May 2013 00: 22
                  -2
                  Quote: S_mirnov
                  Interviewed today 11 people (not an indicator of course) All against GDP,

                  So I see you, with a questionnaire in your hands and a burning look, sticking with questions to passers-by. And all in order to bring the "real" truth to the people ...
                  You are more careful with the polls, or else Putin's satraps will organize a psychiatric prison hospital for you. There may not be internet there. Your entire audience will then be limited only to roommates ...
            2. dmitrich
              dmitrich 26 May 2013 13: 00
              -3
              Do not you call yourself people?
              1. Tverichanka
                Tverichanka 26 May 2013 22: 25
                +4
                Quote: Dmitry
                Do not you call yourself people?

                Aren't you yourself? What kind of a question is this? Our people consist of you, me, a neighbor, a teacher of your children or grandchildren, and the children themselves and grandchildren are also people! And your question is from the category of trolling. You should not do this. Respect the interlocutors, even if you do not agree with their views.
            3. DEfindER
              DEfindER 26 May 2013 17: 03
              +9
              Quote: S_mirnov
              and rightly afraid because the people don’t support him,

              In general, a difficult question, but for example, I know that from my circle 30% may be against Putin, and the reasons are usually not quite adequate, for example, the changes are slowly taking place, and all the bad things that happened with the bear still remained, but for good they don’t they’re watching, and the female part of the circle usually doesn’t like him for rumors about Kabaeva, which allegedly cheats on his wife .. So there will always be quite a lot of people against Putin, but these are people who are not used to thinking deeply and evaluating the situation, who are used to believing any rumors. Most of our people are still adequate, and it all depends on whether our next generation will spoil modern education ..
              1. ozs
                ozs 26 May 2013 17: 23
                +4
                And who started the reform of education? And with whom was it carried out?
                1. Nick
                  Nick 27 May 2013 00: 24
                  0
                  Quote: ozs
                  And who started the reform of education? And with whom was it carried out?

                  Well, if you delve into the history of the issue, then the reform started under Gorbachev ...
            4. Nick
              Nick 26 May 2013 23: 59
              +1
              Quote: S_mirnov
              "The president is afraid of betrayal" - and he is rightly afraid, because the people do not support him, but is supported by a certain group of unknown personalities and as soon as he becomes unnecessary he will be merged, or sent to an "honorable" pension, depending on the political moment.

              Arguments where? On what basis do you conclude that the people of Putin do not support? Elections showed that the majority supports, but those who disagree will always be ...
              1. S_mirnov
                S_mirnov 27 May 2013 21: 11
                0
                "The elections showed that the majority support," laughing high officials - ideologically, small officials - by order, army - by order, judges - ideologically, oligarchs - ideologically, Russian Post Office, teachers and state employees - by order, Ministry of Internal Affairs - by order, + percentage of naive citizens. = 50 percent of voters = 25% of citizens, not counting the imported Tajiks, Uzbeks and Chechens separately - Allah ordered them!
          2. skeptic-
            skeptic- 26 May 2013 11: 00
            31
            Quote: uno
            Putin is it competent ?? funny
            judge globally whether he has done more good or bad will still be a story. we can only express our opinions. if he left politics in 2008, then, as they say, honor and praise to Viktor Perestukin.
            and it turns out that he returned to continue to save the capital of his clan


            Let's start with the fact that today, he is really much more competent than anyone who is here, according to the state of affairs in the country and the interstate position of Russia, in the world.

            Maybe it's enough to judge Putin, a priori, "if the boss means a thief." And in Soviet times, those who wanted to steal poked their heads into the economy.
            And in intelligence, it's easier to lay down your head than "dig up the loot." Maybe enough to judge people, only in terms of thieves' concepts. The KGB (intelligence), basically, were people with a patriotic impulse and love for their homeland. You write that if he left earlier, and if you admit that he is a conscientious, decent person and, seeing his mistakes, unfinished business, could not take and leave everything - suddenly, someone will come and magically settle all the problems of Russia.

            You can, having started a big and very important business, leave halfway, in the hope that others will finish it. Yes, he relies on someone, someone has something, but can you try to imagine that there are not only bastards around, even at the top?

            At the beginning of the collapse, we had the mayor, the former general director of Azovstroytrest. As my acquaintance, the chief architect of the city, said: "He forced him to take bribes and give it to him. Then he went to Moscow, with this money and gave it to Moscow bureaucrats. After that, whoever came to us from different regions of Russia, everyone was amazed that us, a real oasis of order. Factories work, everything works, electricity, gas without interruptions. We could not perceive this, because everything is in order, but how else can it be. Then there were tricks that the mayor steals, attributed all obvious and unrealistic sins - people started picking their noses, maybe somewhere else, but during the re-election, the mayor got the smallest advantage against the former head of the traffic police (a good man, we can solve any issues for a penny) As a person who has pride (if almost 50% of the townspeople don't trust me), the mayor removed with their own authority. That is, according to your " if he left politics in 2008, then, as they say, honor and praise to Viktor Perestukin.“After that, the former cop took power. It was then that the city learned what the rampant factories, gas outages, hot and cold water, electricity and complete chaos and chaos in the infrastructures of urban life support services. Brrrr, still not I can recall these years without disgust.

            And I tell you that I do not want new humpbacks or ebony. Putin could not participate in the elections, the West offered him warm and money places in the European power, but he, as it should be for a decent person (with his own shortcomings and advantages), wants to raise Russia, but now he has no more enemies than Stalin.

            PS By the way, let someone throw a stone at me who is not afraid of betrayal.
            1. SPACE
              SPACE 26 May 2013 11: 45
              23
              Respect to you Skeptic for antiseptic words. Once upon a time there lived simply Tsar Nikolai 2, took and left the country to the mercy of fate. Once upon a time under socialism, was it bad? long live capitalism, now bite the fists. And again, restless now Putin is tired, warmed up, gobbled up, the voice erupted. Let the country, people, develop normally, calmly, live without swamp and other revolutions and repressions. Slowly, but everything will be thieves will be imprisoned and other bastards.
              1. Genady1976
                Genady1976 26 May 2013 12: 01
                0
                How many years have they been planting not like not replanting
                1. SPACE
                  SPACE 26 May 2013 12: 06
                  +5
                  Quote: Genady1976
                  How many years have they been planting not like not replanting

                  Planting is not difficult, it is more difficult to change people's attitudes.
                  1. Genady1976
                    Genady1976 26 May 2013 12: 14
                    +1
                    here will put all rogue embezzlers, then the relationship of people will change
                    Although why does he need GDP so it’s not bad, but people on a platter
                2. Tverichanka
                  Tverichanka 26 May 2013 22: 36
                  +3
                  Quote: Genady1976
                  How many years have they been planting not like not replanting

                  I already cited figures in a similar branch. Well, it’s not difficult for me to repeat myself. Of the 700 thousand in prison, 124 thousand are officials at various levels, ranging from governors and mayors to police officers. So they plant and continue to plant. Serdyukov and Vasilyeva are not an indicator. Yes, I am also for them to choke up the balandy. And that means we will wait and see, I hope .... Just imagine for a moment the power to oppose the investigation. This is not the sellers from the nearest stall. Behind them are serious forces. Then who is who.
                3. Nick
                  Nick 27 May 2013 00: 28
                  +1
                  Quote: Genady1976
                  How many years have they been planting not like not replanting

                  New generations come, old ones come out ... Dialectics, so to speak ...
            2. S_mirnov
              S_mirnov 26 May 2013 12: 09
              -8
              "Maybe it's enough to judge Putin, a priori," if the boss means a thief. "And in Soviet times, those who wanted to steal went into the economy." Nobody ever judges! They judge it differently - since he built a corrupt vertical of power, then he himself is the main corruptionist! About the fight against corruption - only blah blah.
              1. Genady1976
                Genady1976 26 May 2013 12: 43
                -1
                Yes, let's talk about the vidmedev
                1. Genady1976
                  Genady1976 26 May 2013 13: 19
                  -1
                  Well do not want about vidmedeva then about whom?
                  1. Orchestrarant
                    Orchestrarant 26 May 2013 13: 28
                    +1
                    I want to talk about Bush (O) bam! laughing
              2. skeptic
                skeptic 26 May 2013 18: 46
                +8
                Quote: S_mirnov
                No one ever judges! They are judged according to another - since he built a corrupt vertical of power - that means the chief corruption himself! About the fight against corruption - only blah blah.


                If you are aware, with humpbacked ebny, the CIA officers built this corrupt government for the early collapse of Russia. When Putin came to power, the country was derailed by everyone, who was not too lazy, including "independence, whoever he could fit into" and did not disdain, everyone who wanted and could. Remember, we have sunk to the point that they began to compose not only coats of arms, but also flags for each settlement. Even some, on this wave, tried to get off the Cyrillic alphabet. I will not list all the troubles, if you want to find the relevant information, you will.

                The main thing is not easy to handle everything, even in an ordinary family. Everyone has their own opinion. Can you imagine that in your house, the enemy has set up dictaphones, video cameras, mines, radio-controlled mines and many other "good", at every step. Can you, without a bazaar, run through such a room? And start a general cleaning? Do not misunderstand me, please, Putin has the position of a miner, in a bombarded minefield. Not just clearing the entire field, but first you need to make passes to vital points. Given the size of the country, the resistance of a well-established system of counteraction, deliberate sabotage, and just plain banal theft, it is very difficult to expect a quick resolution, if we exclude a catastrophic shock option in the form of a civil war. The West will try to prevent the second revival of Russia in the form of a successful state. Now, any "revolution" in Russia is tantamount to suicide. Therefore, it is better to "quietly", gradually turning off or withdrawing all enemy elements from the structures of the state, to put the world in front of an already accomplished fact, as if by chance and in an evolutionary way. This is the only way, using world processes to their advantage, smoothly carry out the restoration of Russia's economic greatness.

                And the rest is really blah blah. Yours faithfully!
                1. ozs
                  ozs 26 May 2013 19: 07
                  0
                  And how then to explain the reform of education, Serdyukov reform, WTO, rewriting of history, stab. fund in the usa, care from cuba and vietnam.

                  It turns out, he decided that there are few stretch marks and decided to add new ones? So?
                  1. skeptic
                    skeptic 26 May 2013 19: 50
                    +3
                    Quote: ozs
                    And how then to explain the reform of education, Serdyukov reform, WTO, rewriting of history, stab. fund in the usa, care from cuba and vietnam.

                    It turns out, he decided that there are few stretch marks and decided to add new ones? So?


                    Believe it or not, but (like I am not my own enemy), I have instructed myself so many "mines" in my life, and he is also a man who tends to make mistakes. There is a very good saying - "It was smooth on paper, but they forgot about the ravines"
                    Not a single project or solution passes without a long discussion. Any manager, before he gets "good", crawls out of his skin to prove that his project is the most ideal solution. The main trouble is that even the most brilliant idea can be screwed up, for one reason or another, including banal betrayal, sabotage, perversion of the essence of the project, at the initial stage, and then, like a lump from the mountain ...

                    PS There is also a proverb: "Simplicity is worse than stealing", because the human factor at the state level causes enormous damage to the entire country, and there are no universities for training presidents. One hope is that the walker will master the road and with the experience gained, there will be fewer mistakes.
                    1. ozs
                      ozs 26 May 2013 20: 11
                      +2
                      It is not clear that only one who does nothing is not mistaken.
                      BUT it is impossible to be so wrong. There are well-known things.
                      Tell me why the directors of a furniture store should be appointed to my post and, in addition to everything else, should trust the army reform. I will never believe that this was done by chance and that there was no more worthy and competent person.

                      Or reform of education, why rewrite the obviously weaker model of education and destroy the strongest Soviet? What for? it is impossible to believe that this was done by chance.

                      Well, or the WTO, it’s clear even to a fool, and even more so to the leadership, that when their industry has not yet grown stronger, then there is no need to launch strangers into the domestic market. .

                      And you say that this is all done by chance? Or he accidentally let the United States into Central Asia, and then our country was also accidentally flooded with drugs.

                      Well, there cannot be so many accidents!
                      1. Tverichanka
                        Tverichanka 26 May 2013 22: 57
                        +1
                        Quote: ozs
                        Well, there cannot be so many accidents.

                        Of course, it can’t. This is not an accident, but the policy pursued by the West. What do you think that they are pouring 1 billion green American rubles per quarter into the same NGOs to help people with disabilities and monitor the elections? About the WTO and education post above.
                    2. Tverichanka
                      Tverichanka 26 May 2013 22: 50
                      -1
                      Quote: skeptic
                      and with experience gained, there will be less mistakes ..

                      These are not entirely mistakes. The decision to reform education with the transition to the Bologna system was signed by Yeltsin in the early 90s. Since then, the Soros Foundation has published textbooks for our schools. So, in fact, this is the beginning of the reform. Now there is an attempt alignment, but no sharp movements can be made, because it is clear that sanctions in one form or another will follow. Further, negotiations on the WTO went on for 18 years and began long before Putin. He resisted the accession as best he could, and the entry itself was signed by Medvedev when he was president. And Putin was confronted with the fact. His brainchild is just a vehicle, not the WTO. With other questions, the picture is very similar. The format of the forum does not allow you to paint everything in detail. Anyone who is interested will find information.
                      1. ozs
                        ozs 27 May 2013 13: 06
                        0
                        Do you even understand what you wrote?
                        The decision to reform education with the transition to the Bologna system was signed by Yeltsin in the early 90s. Since then, the Soros Foundation has published textbooks for our schools. So, in fact, this is the beginning of the reform. Now there is an attempt to align, but no sharp body movements can not be performed, because it is clear that sanctions in one form or another will follow.
                        It turns out, you need to fulfill all the decisions that the alcoholic signed? If we take into account that Russia did not give any international obligations to anyone about this. And alignment occurs with the help of the Fursenkovs. Oh well...
                        Further, negotiations on the WTO went on for 18 years and began long before Putin. He resisted the accession as best he could. And the accession itself was signed by Medvedev when he was president.
                        This is how he resisted. I wonder how this resistance manifested itself, do not tell me. And here is another favorite trump card of the adherents of the current government, or ebn or bears are to blame. Iron logic, just not breakable, only true for idiots. It is interesting what kind of fact he was confronted with if he himself actively promoted the idea of ​​joining the WTO.
                        With other questions the picture is very similar.

                        I can even guess what you say about leaving Cuba and Vietnam. He was forced to do this, the decision to leave was still taken by ebn, about the damask blame the Khrushchev, the Barents Sea of ​​Medvedev. As for the taburetkin, the taberetkin himself is to blame, but the cc very strongly resisted him, approvingly nodding at the reports on the reform. Continue?
                        It’s already really good to powder people’s brains, otherwise it turns out in a joke, the leader is good, but the people are not the same.
                2. S_mirnov
                  S_mirnov 26 May 2013 22: 45
                  +3
                  And whom did the CIA protege EBN bring by the handle and introduce to the country when he left tired?
              3. nov_tech.vrn
                nov_tech.vrn 26 May 2013 22: 12
                +1
                Look how he was ripped open, and the "writer" was not from the front ranks, but he pleased, it was like prominent historians, he kicked Stalin, he patted Roosevelt condescendingly on the shoulder, Tetcherishka was passionate and that was all ... the great himself leaned against him ...
                .
            3. ozs
              ozs 26 May 2013 13: 52
              +3
              foolishly not afraid of betrayal when you are surrounded by Serdyukovs, with golikovyh
              1. Airman
                Airman 26 May 2013 17: 42
                -4
                Quote: ozs
                foolishly not afraid of betrayal when you are surrounded by Serdyukovs, with golikovyh


                He chooses the environment, so what is the pop, such is the parish.
            4. Timeout
              Timeout 26 May 2013 14: 54
              -3
              Guys, let's not argue about who is the best ruler for Russia. As you know, it is best seen from the side. Yes, I am Russian, but I have been living abroad for more time. And it so happened that I personally had to be in my beloved homeland during the great redistributions, and more specifically in 1998, 1999, 2000, 2008, 2012 and the current 2013. In my subjective opinion, Russia has only gotten worse. Prices are rising unreasonably, and the salaries of officials are rising too. People's servants are accountable for their income and the desire to cry, they earn tens, hundreds of millions in the service of the people with exorbitant efforts. The deputies are fattening, the income they represent does not go into any framework ... The great president, lives in Sochi and flies to work by plane at the expense of taxpayers. Each government-level official has several residences, which are also serviced at the national expense, and please note that the money does not come from the oil and gas industry, but from us, who deduct income, transport tax. And also through transfers to the Pension Fund. Nobody pays attention to this money, the Accounts Chamber pretends to identify real embezzlers, but it turns out that this is a penny compared to theft in the Ministry of Defense and Rusnano. And there are countless such facts! And the people sit and are silent. The most interesting thing is that EBN allowed a constitution to be adopted according to which the people can still accept something, only the people for some reason do not know about it. All sorts of bulk, levada-centers and other oranges are blooming. And the people are silent and praise that the president and the media will shove him. Sadly, I live in a banana republic where the president goes out to the balcony of his palace to drink coffee every morning, and at the same time is not afraid to catch even a handful of shit, not to mention a sniper's bullet ... When I come home and that's it, I see only hectares around ..but also negative. Not really in such a great country as Russia, the "Great Ruler" will never appear ... I am ashamed, I live outside the borders of the Motherland, pay taxes and when I come I see how deeply the country is falling every year!
              1. Genady1976
                Genady1976 26 May 2013 15: 08
                -7
                good Golden words +
              2. ozs
                ozs 26 May 2013 15: 18
                -4
                Yes, but not everyone wants to see it. Prefer not to notice.
              3. nickname 1 and 2
                nickname 1 and 2 26 May 2013 15: 56
                +5
                Quote: Timeout
                living outside the borders of the motherland, paying taxes and coming to see how deep jo.u the country falls every year


                Yes you to hell living .... You take off your glasses ...
                Some come and say that abroad in .ope.
                In short ... watch away and stay there
                1. Timeout
                  Timeout 26 May 2013 16: 15
                  +1
                  In vain you are so ... The fact that a person lives outside of Russia does not mean anything! Dear, do you know that all the concluded contracts with Venezuela are not financially secured? What is the highest inflation in LA for Venezuela? And are prices higher than in Russia except for fuel? Open your eyes, I live in 2 countries and visit Russia for at least 4 months a year ... So you can not assume that I am not in Russia! And all this shit I see not from the TV screen, but with my own eyes! Or are you from modern democrats? Which are ready to move tolerance and liberalism in Russia for the sake of grandmas? Alas, dear! Even without living in the country of pink elephants, I continue to pay money ... And with that, perhaps much higher than your monthly income to maintain your beloved GDP. And unlike you, everything that is happening in Russia, I see, not from the kitchen window in which everyone is discussing everything, but in reality, which is sorry, not in my favor and not in your favor. Such rulers are pulling the country into the abyss, if it is publicly broadcast live that the guilty are innocent and in general, people should not bother about this. Sad but true!
                  1. Timeout
                    Timeout 26 May 2013 16: 25
                    -2
                    Now I’ve caught a minus ... And obviously from Nick 1 and 2. When, frankly, you tell the truth no one likes it! I am sometimes amazed at the dirty tricks of some comrades who are ready to lay bones for someone who does not deserve it, and should not even count on favor after they take him for the loin. All of our government officials, starting with the Tagged one, are smeared in some kind of crap ...
                  2. nickname 1 and 2
                    nickname 1 and 2 26 May 2013 17: 13
                    +5
                    Quote: Timeout
                    Do you know that all contracts concluded with Venezuela are not financially secured?

                    Sorry, but you are not in yourself! I know for sure that the very relationship, if you look at them through the eyes of an ordinary person, then THEY ARE LOOKING AND IT'S NORMAL! For relationships, but for a person it’s awful!
                    Quote: Timeout
                    And I’m not seeing all this shit

                    Hard? Change work, drink valerian.
                    I shook and I know what happens there! There is hardly any other way.
                    Quote: Timeout
                    much higher than your monthly income to maintain your beloved GDP.

                    I am 68 and have long been written off from this life.
                    And I do not expect anything in return for what I gave.
                    And for me, GDP is not my beloved but legally elected!
                    And I just do not need not bulk, not basement, not other Zavolzhsky zvizdun!
                    I - SIMPLY - I understand how difficult it is to establish what is destroyed.
                    And I do not believe that THERE IS UPPER - ONE bastards and scoundrels have gathered. And if there are so many of them THERE, WHERE TO TAKE THEM DOWN - HONEST AND ORDER? Well, suppose that - we find it, but you have to CONSIDER and be in the "COURSE". Or - AGAIN - a cook for the presidency?

                    And as regards YOUR EXPERIENCE, I have for a long time kept a personal correspondence on another site with a person who has been a translator all his life and has been to a lot of countries and where he hasn’t been.
                    His opinion: the opposite of yours. And we know other opinions!
                    And ".rach" in life has always been everywhere and always, only before there was no Internet, no SMRAD (in the course about the media)
                    1. Timeout
                      Timeout 26 May 2013 18: 03
                      -3
                      Quote: nick 1 and 2
                      I am 68 and have long been written off from this life.

                      If you are 68, then you must remember what we, who exchanged the fortieth, do not remember. Dear, I have been wandering around different countries for 20 years to feed myself and my relatives. I’ll make a reservation right away, I’m a former officer who, in 1993, while still a lieutenant, refused to obey the order, to shoot people under any pretext, for which he was fired for inconsistency, and three of my colleagues who carried out this order are now settling in the cemetery after very suspicious deaths. And reading your comments, you might think that the world has turned upside down, and white has turned black. For your information, I see the world as it is and I myself have learned 4 languages ​​during this time. I had to talk to the military of different countries, and as you understand, people who eat from the hands of the state will not lie. Yes, the GDP was "legally" elected, and what it does sitting in the chair of the President of Russia does not put the country in a very good light, it is very interesting to watch the news in which the correspondent of some mini-country says - literally - "Putin has completely stopped thinking about the opinions of his voters and replaces the opinion of the public with their own, we can assume that the laws that are written by them (the Duma, the government) should be executed only by ordinary citizens, and not by the authorities. Who is he? An illegal illegal who passed through his keys and got burned? Isn't this a cook "What is your respected pension? Can you travel to the Maldives twice a year as he promised in 2000? Or is it just that he has not grown together with his pocket?"
                      Hard? Change work, drink valerian.
                      I shook and I know what happens there! There is hardly any other way.


                      If you are 68 then you need valerian, not me. And by the way, thanks to deductions from our generation, you are still getting a pension! Did you shake? Excuse me by whom? Twenty years ago, the USSR reigned in Russian missions abroad, and even the seals were still with the emblem of the USSR. I remember that as if it were yesterday. At the expense of work, I myself work. And judging by your remarks, you don’t see as much money as I do with my own hands. By the way, thanks to the Soviet education, both civilian and military. I do not want to offend you, but people like you have brewed this leapfrog in Russia. You wanted freedom, and Western prosperity, so your children and grandchildren got a portion of excellent shit, what you tried to call democracy. And sit now on the sidelines of life
                      I am 68 and have long been written off from this life
                      for what they fought, they got it! And even now you do not want to look at life realistically, a collapse is already noticeable. You can communicate with different translators, but no one will tell you about the real situation in the world, this is not their duty! Think about what will happen to your grandchildren!
                      1. Timeout
                        Timeout 26 May 2013 18: 32
                        0
                        Gentlemen minusers, at least you change IPs when you go under other nicknames! Desk garden, damn it ... They also want normal presidents.
                      2. Tverichanka
                        Tverichanka 26 May 2013 23: 10
                        -2
                        Quote: Timeout
                        They want normal presidents.

                        The answer is incorrect. We don’t want you here. And the president of NASA is completely wow, many countries envy. In general, we live in our country and will do without such advisers. Have you made your choice? Well, fine. Now close. Or advise in a new homeland.
                      3. Timeout
                        Timeout 27 May 2013 02: 16
                        +2
                        What is my new homeland? Have you read my posts? If not, read it! What many countries envy, Ivory Coast? It’s just that the time will come, Putin will leave and everyone will pour mud on him, as is happening constantly in today's Russia. Hurray-patriotism is good when everything is fine in the country, and pensioners get decent money, the power-holders care about the welfare of the people, and not about their own pockets. I express my personal opinion, which is very different from yours and do not hide behind slogans very similar to the slogans of Nashi and Edra, and you just don't like it! Not in one country except Russia, the person standing at the head of the state does not allow to steal money from the state, but in Russia it turns out exactly the opposite. The more you steal, then you become unattainable for the law. In short, time will judge.
                  3. nickname 1 and 2
                    nickname 1 and 2 26 May 2013 21: 29
                    0
                    Quote: Timeout
                    You see, people who eat from the hands of the state will not lie.

                    Is not a fact.
                    You switched to personal.
                    Each person = own, unique experience!
                    Quote: Timeout
                    how much do I earn with my own hands.

                    Hands ????
                    Quote: Timeout
                    Did you shake?

                    Representative of the enterprise. by 58 order.
                    Quote: Timeout
                    offend you, but people like you have brewed this leapfrog in Russia

                    Well no. On the contrary, I walked near the White House in search of those who were ready to kick the face of everyone there Makarevich. Have not found.
                    Quote: Timeout
                    And by the way, thanks to deductions from our generation, you are still getting a pension!

                    I receive a pension of only 3 years (not eight)
                    Here you have a big gap ..... =? got it
                    Think! and don’t say that anymore.
                    Quote: Timeout
                    news in which a correspondent of some mini-country says-literally
                    Oh oh! well what are you! How is it possible?
                    You should have learned to sort before.
                    Quote: Timeout
                    What is your pension dear? You can travel to the Maldives twice a year

                    Where is it going? I don’t even want to go to Crimea! After all, it’s good to go where you are invited, where you are welcome. I won’t go to Turku since it’s not to Turkey, but to FITNESS under the open sky!

                    But in general: WELL THERE ARE YOU OPENED!
                    We started for health ...
                    And where do you want to agitate me?
                    Not me, not the one you need to campaign! I don’t mind from the very beginning. Only now I have a small question: what SOAP do you propose to CHANGE OUR AWL ????

                    Where is it - voice it! Show the face of this genius! Maybe I'm the first on the embrasure.

                    In the meantime, there is NO IT, then LAUNCH will be the LAWFULLY ELECTED PRESIDENT.

                    For your excuse: In your years, I was also hot and confident in my (infallible) RIGHT! And for these 23 years bit by bit I squeeze myself SELF-CONFIDENCE.
                    Those "GOVORUNS" who beautifully powdered our skulls = bored out. and there were those who could not speak beautifully because they KNEW HOW TO EARN money.
                    Here is an example for you (from life): in the mines to wash 1kg of gold. it costs so much that my mother is dear, but how much for a salary? (not difficult to calculate? knowing the price of an ounce) AND YOU "WITH YOUR OWN HANDS" WILL RAISE THIS AMOUNT BY HOW MUCH? How many times will you sweat?

                    And by the way - remove your indignation at me! with what a fright I would begin to minus you in conversation.
                  4. Tverichanka
                    Tverichanka 26 May 2013 23: 15
                    -1
                    Quote: nick 1 and 2
                    And by the way - delete your indignation in my address

                    Stop feeding the troll. You are SO and will NEVER prove ............... With great respect to you, Tverichanka.
                  5. nickname 1 and 2
                    nickname 1 and 2 27 May 2013 00: 04
                    +1
                    Quote: Tverichanka
                    Stop feeding the troll. You are SO and will NEVER prove ..


                    Thank you!
                    No, I remember my yawing through the forums in search of an answer to the question: am I right or wrong? I really needed to!
                    So let all those who seek = find!
                    Let the truth reach people!
                    And these = Let them choke on their lies!
                  6. Timeout
                    Timeout 27 May 2013 03: 12
                    +2
                    Quote: Tverichanka
                    Stop feeding the troll. You are SO and will NEVER prove ............... With great respect to you, Tverichanka.

                    And where did you see the troll? By the way, your behavior is not much different from the behavior of the troll. Without understanding the essence of the dispute, minus the hell of a beat. I do not try to insert my comment in the communication of others in this thread and I do not try to stupidly bring my opponent to trolling, but you can do it very much! Everyone has his own opinion and he is free to express it. But here it turns out the opposite, they try to score with minuses without even reading the oncoming comments.
                2. Timeout
                  Timeout 27 May 2013 03: 01
                  +1
                  But in general: WELL THERE ARE YOU OPENED!
                  And what did I reveal? What expressed his opinion?
                  Hands ????
                  Dear, I'm a blasting technician, if in Russian. And he poured more than one kilometer with his own hands.
                  Here's an example (from life): at the mines, wash 1kg of gold. it costs such labors that my mother
                  Have you washed gold abroad? Or earned black hardworking on Magadan? Your biography, from free prospectors to representatives, is very interesting ... Well, if you are interested in my income, on average $ 20000 a month will suit you? This is somewhere a pound of gold per month. Of course, not a kilo of gold, but still ... If my memory serves me right, then the average prospector in an artel in the present lathers with an ordinary tray no more than 100 grams in sand and about 30 grams in nuggets per month, which is very rare.

                  And where do you want to agitate me?
                  Agitate you, God be with you, dear! Have you heard from me at least one word of agitation? Do not distort! And every nation deserves what it deserves!
                3. nickname 1 and 2
                  nickname 1 and 2 27 May 2013 10: 44
                  +1
                  Quote: Timeout
                  I remember that as if it were yesterday. At the expense of work, I myself work. And judging by your remarks, you don’t see as much money as I do with my own hands. By the way, thanks to the Soviet education, both civilian and military. I do not want to offend you, but people like you have brewed this leapfrog in Russia. You wanted freedom, and Western prosperity, so your children and grandchildren got a portion of excellent shit, what you tried to call democracy. And sit now on the sidelines of life
                  I am 68 and have long been written off from this life
                  for what they fought, they got it! And even now you do not want to look at life realistically, a collapse is already noticeable. You can communicate with different translators, but no one will tell you about the real situation in the world, this is not their duty! Think about what will happen to your grandchildren!

                  I don’t want to pinch you further. Just review your posts and see for yourself.
                  I, as I understand it: if I defend my point of view, then I make the CONCLUSION = what are these arguments, SELECTED? = let it be before the deadline!
                  Are you challenging my arguments? Your CONCLUSION =? (do not wait? well, him?) If you JUST stated your opinion, do not make me = like "change your mind, if not."
                  I have my own accumulated information volume and, on its basis, I have concluded that you have mine = and of all he is OWN!

                  If you are having such a salary, unhappy with what? Need more? Not enough for all my relatives? Or do you want to go back to the USSR by 145 rubles?
                  This is out of the question! IMPOSSIBLE - MHD!
                  Then what do you need? Poking around in a wound?
                  Pleasure of PAIN?
                  Here, on the forum, many people realized that there was more shit in the world than we have. We have a lot of it! But we do not need THEM! That's just = in the staff of prisoners more than in the worst years under Stalin!
                  And do not draw such conclusions about the translator.
                  No need to wave your hands at others.
                  I could tell you: the one that you saw there with your rig? EXPERIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE WE ARE DIFFERENT, WE EXCHANGE THEM AND CONCLUSION WHAT?
                  I have this: elected? let it work! others are worse! (but in Ukraine, for example)
                  Ukrainians are envious of ours!
  2. a
    a 26 May 2013 19: 25
    +1
    Well, how to pacify the dissatisfied, it is clear that there are no doubts in his competencies. but how to boost the economy, make the oligarchs work for the country, curb corruption, here it seems to have zero competencies.
    1. Ivan.
      Ivan. 26 May 2013 20: 28
      +4
      Quote: uno
      oligarchs forced to work for the country

      There is only one answer - to the forced labor of these "employers" with confiscation.
      1. a
        a 26 May 2013 21: 39
        -1
        and Putin’s oligarchs will also be dispossessed?
        1. Ivan.
          Ivan. 26 May 2013 22: 04
          +1
          Quote: uno
          and Putin’s oligarchs will also be dispossessed?

          An oligarch translated into Russian is a thief!
  • Nick
    Nick 26 May 2013 23: 56
    +1
    Quote: uno
    Putin is it competent ?? funny
    judge globally whether he has done more good or bad will still be a story.

    Mania of greatness, however. Judge Putin’s competence in your post and immediately affirm that history will judge. Do you perceive yourself as History? fool
  • Genady1976
    Genady1976 26 May 2013 10: 12
    -3
    20 years stolen, but GDP is good for Russia
    he’s only GDP for 13 years, the president and
    1. Orchestrarant
      Orchestrarant 26 May 2013 10: 18
      -1
      Why not! Here the price of oil will fall and USE! laughing
      1. Geisenberg
        Geisenberg 26 May 2013 11: 42
        +1
        Quote: Orchestra
        Why not! Here the price of oil will fall and USE! laughing


        Che all? Will you stand up as the author in turn to the 314ndo feeding trough? Gevorgyan put up this obvious order and sits pleased, waiting for his thirty Judas ...
        1. Orchestrarant
          Orchestrarant 26 May 2013 11: 48
          0
          Nah, I won’t get up! I have my own rocking chair! laughing
        2. Grishka100watt
          Grishka100watt 26 May 2013 12: 07
          +1
          Che all? Will you stand up as the author in turn to the 314ndo feeding trough? Gevorgyan put up an obvious order and sits pleased, waiting for his thirty Judas

          Sorry, I think I put a minus, the mouse twitched. Plus, of course, plus, and in the rating too.
        3. Nick
          Nick 27 May 2013 00: 35
          0
          Quote: Geisenberg
          Gevorgyan put up this obvious order and sits pleased, waiting for his thirty Judas.

          Look at the root! good
      2. SPACE
        SPACE 26 May 2013 12: 01
        +1
        Quote: Orchestra
        Why not! Here the price of oil will fall and USE!

        You find it funny? Let it fall on your head, here it will be fun. laughing The nickname "clown" would suit you.
        1. Orchestrarant
          Orchestrarant 26 May 2013 12: 08
          -6
          Again, no-eee! Go weightlessness! My nickname is true, and you? Have you been in zero gravity for a long time? laughing Answer no matter what! Cosmonaut, damn it! laughing
          1. SPACE
            SPACE 26 May 2013 12: 18
            +3
            Quote: Orchestra
            Answer no matter what! Cosmonaut, damn it!

            In addition to the physical universe, there is also an informational universe, the Internet if that ...
            1. Orchestrarant
              Orchestrarant 26 May 2013 12: 59
              0
              Well, I got it. Mudryla! I apologize for my expressions! There is also an intelligent universe, etc. etc. !
        2. ozs
          ozs 26 May 2013 13: 55
          0
          And that person is right. At such prices, oil has a deficit budget, and if the price falls, state employees will have nothing to pay. Or do you think officials will reduce their appetites and steal less.
          1. Genady1976
            Genady1976 26 May 2013 14: 08
            +6
            as in a joke
            dad vodka has become more expensive
            now you will drink less
            no son you will eat less
            1. ozs
              ozs 26 May 2013 14: 11
              +3
              and our reality is so absurd that it has long turned into a worthless joke. As a director of furniture stores, he could be appointed Minister of Defense. And there are hundreds of such jokes.
          2. SPACE
            SPACE 26 May 2013 22: 28
            0
            Quote: ozs
            and if the price drops

            The fact of the matter is that "IF" ... And from what it should fall, there are assumptions? Maybe Americans and Europeans, and you together with them, will start walking tomorrow? ... Do you have any other fantastic fantasies in this regard? Not only do we make money on oil, but they also sell it.
          3. Nick
            Nick 27 May 2013 01: 01
            -1
            Quote: ozs
            And that person is right. At such prices, oil has a deficit budget, and if the price falls, state employees will have nothing to pay.

            A deficit of 4% is not critical, it is softly covered by a slight increase in the money supply by about 5-6% ... In general, some economists believe that moderate inflation is useful for economic growth, in contrast to deflation.
      3. Nick
        Nick 27 May 2013 00: 43
        +1
        Quote: Orchestra
        Why not! Here the price of oil will fall and USE!

        They buy oil for dollars, and the Fed prints them like candy wrappers. The growth of the money supply is still ahead of the commodity ... Conclusion: the price has not yet fallen. At least for now, natural oil and gas will be the main energy carriers on the planet.
    2. dmitrich
      dmitrich 26 May 2013 13: 03
      0
      indeed, as you were illiterate, you remained.
    3. ia-ai00
      ia-ai00 26 May 2013 18: 54
      +5
      Although Russia itself has not yet collapsed! What the hell! And everything went to this!
  • Uhe
    Uhe 26 May 2013 14: 54
    -2
    You are raving. This man did good only for himself and for his environment. The main goal of his reign is the complete dismantling of the Soviet legacy, including all social gains for the people, with its subsequent destruction, as well as the destruction of Russia and the state of the forming people, that is, Russians. Is this good? The extinction of the Russian people, their robbery in favor of the natives, the exodus of Russians from the lands on which they lived for hundreds of years - is this good? Is the sale of our land to our potential enemies good? Is flooding the country with newcomers alien to our culture and replacing their own citizens with them - is that good? Immersion in obscurantism instead of spiritual growth and gaining knowledge, the development of science - is this good? Is the creation of a police state, one step away from the fascist one, and leaning on the bayonets of two Caucasian peoples living at the expense of the rest of the country, is this good?

    In the end, read the oath of the USSR already, if you didn’t give it yourself, then you will find out who first betrayed - his people or he people. The life of this person is a constant betrayal of others. It is clear that he is afraid of a return in his turn. What goes around comes around.

    It is time to wake up from a dream and see what this magician of the Emerald City is like. Having removed his glasses, to see what his city is actually built from. Vice Chairman with extremely limited room for maneuver.
    1. ozs
      ozs 26 May 2013 14: 59
      -4
      Hard to disagree.
  • baltika-18
    baltika-18 26 May 2013 15: 13
    +1
    Quote: Reasonable, 2,3
    And most likely he is afraid that subsequent rulers will not be as competent as he

    But he is afraid of one thing. The fact that after him the law on the immunity of the president will be canceled. If he had not been afraid of responsibility, this law would not have promoted.
    It’s scary to see ...... Russia is an unpredictable country.
  • Rink
    Rink 27 May 2013 01: 58
    +2
    I am also afraid of a lot of things.
    I'm afraid of betrayal, insincere friends, I'm afraid of fools.
    I'm afraid there will be another heart attack.
    I’m afraid that my son will grow up dumbass.

    Yes, you can still list.
    But is this a reason to shout about it at every corner?
    These are normal fears of any person.
    Especially when in your case, the opposition is so serious (and as unprincipled) opponents as Putin. With such resistance in a large team very likely the appearance of traitors bought by the enemy, mishandled by Cossacks and simply fools offended by something, who can decide to show how much they can spoil.

    Only an extremely naive person can not provide for such an opportunity. Not to be afraid that the work of your whole life can drain some "zaprodanets" for a sniff of tobacco means not to be sick of your soul for your work.

    Anglo-Saxons openly declared their goals:
    Mcfall - "Putin must be removed at any cost",
    Brzezinski - "Russia must be weakened and divided into several states",
    Thatcher - "No more than 15 million people should live on the territory of Russia, this is quite enough for the extraction of minerals, servicing transport routes,"
    Clinton wife - "We will oppose the integration processes on the territory of the CIS and the revival of the USSR",
    Mitt Romney - "Russia is the number one enemy of the United States"
    .... and thousands more of such public statements!

    President of Russia in such conditions simply obliged to provide the necessary measures of increased security.
    Putin is not an idiot, he is doing the right thing.

    On the contrary, the lulling words of the liberals are criminal when they sing on all channels that we have nothing to fear, that Geyropa only wants us well, and whoever is afraid and sees spies everywhere is crazy!



    And the writings of this journalist are "smelly."
    Also for me, the newly-minted "Karamzin" was found! He, by order of the new dynasty of rootless usurpers, the Romanovs, "painted" Ivan the Terrible (the legal heir to the throne) as a psychopath with a persecution mania in order to whitewash the Romanovs and justify their seizure of power in Russia.

    And this "biographer" on whose task is preparing the ground in public opinion?
  • urganov
    urganov 25 May 2013 21: 59
    +1
    "He suffers from an inability to trust people - or the people, "says N. Gevorkyan. According to her, V. Putin" comes from a culture "that is used to citizens living in full accordance with the expectations of the authorities. In 1991, his immediate superior V. Putin, ex-head of the KGB Vladimir Kryuchkov, said that the August putsch aimed at overthrowing Mikhail Gorbachev was necessary, since the Soviet people at that time "were unreliable and unable to fulfill their obligations to the state".

    So the main mistake surfaced, the people are not the same, unreliable. Damn, that's why there is no faith in power in Russia. The ideology of Russian bureaucracy itself is rotten, dangerous for Russia, the Fatherland, and the Motherland.
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 26 May 2013 06: 31
      41
      Quote: urganov
      So the main mistake surfaced, the people are not the same, unreliable

      You quickly came to a conclusion, but read nothing at all, just one article of a mediocre "journalist" fool This author suffers from a down symptom when giving an interview to the American media. All the same KGB and other crap. This is an article for the average American citizen, but as you can see, some compatriots are led to such nonsense.
      1. sergo0000
        sergo0000 26 May 2013 07: 19
        +7
        Alexander welcome!
        The man is ironic. And rightly so, in my opinion! And you immediately minus! hi Weak and toothless power for that period of time is the main reason for the collapse of the USSR, in my opinion. Inability to adapt to new realities and myopia in relation to threats, both external and internal. -So yourself! About nothing.
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 26 May 2013 07: 29
          +7
          Quote: sergo0000
          Weak and toothless power for that period of time is the main reason for the collapse of the USSR

          Hello, Sergey! Actually, it’s about Putin, what does the USSR have to do with it?
          1. sergo0000
            sergo0000 26 May 2013 07: 54
            +9
            Quote: urganov
            ex-head of the KGB, Vladimir Kryuchkov, said that the August putsch aimed at overthrowing Mikhail Gorbachev was necessary because the Soviet people at that time "were unreliable and unable to fulfill their obligations to the state."

            So the main mistake surfaced, the people are not the same, unreliable. Damn, that's why there is no faith in power in Russia. The ideology of Russian bureaucracy itself is rotten, dangerous for Russia, the Fatherland, and the Motherland.


            Well, as I understand it, you whipped a man for the word "narodishko" minus !?
            And I’m not worried about Putin. This man has eggs to worry too much about his own skin. I would like only good to myself, would dance to someone else’s tune. I would be afraid, I would have handed over Assad, with all the consequences! But I think I’m not afraid in vain - they can betray and betray.
            1. baltika-18
              baltika-18 26 May 2013 12: 20
              -1
              Quote: sergo0000
              And I'm not worried about Putin. This man has eggs

              It reminded me of a scene from an old porn movie when a man comes up to a woman and says "I have a dick." laughing
            2. ozs
              ozs 26 May 2013 14: 00
              -4
              Well, it will still be ahead. The slurred position of Russia from the very beginning of the conflict has led to what is happening in Syria now. And about the change that he did not give much in, he let the United States go to Central Asia, surrendered Libya, left Cuba, Vietnam, continue?
            3. Tverichanka
              Tverichanka 26 May 2013 23: 25
              +2
              Quote: sergo0000
              can betray and

              And mind you, betray ONLY close. Well, how can a stranger betray if he does not know anything about you. But close .... Because it is so unexpected always and unpredictable. Yesterday we were still sitting for a glass of tea, they were talking about life, and tomorrow they were looking, and you were merged with giblets ...
          2. knn54
            knn54 26 May 2013 18: 42
            +6
            Alexander Romanov: Actually, it’s about Putin, what does the USSR have to do with it?
            I repeat, but the Russian Federation reminds the USSR of the late 20 / early 30s: in the country and the army a mess, corruption, a decline in morals ... Stalin was able to rally reliable like-minded people around him and put things in order.
            Putin needs a strong team of like-minded people - one in the field is not a warrior.
            PS Often betray the "second" who really want to become the FIRST.
            PPS And something on the "VO" often cloudy articles ...
      2. urganov
        urganov 26 May 2013 11: 02
        +5
        I am sorry, I didn’t put quotes. "the people are not the same, unreliable" (s). This is probably why the phrase is incomprehensible when reading it, but I allowed it to myself after reading the phrase of the head of the KGB Kryuchkov about the attitude of the authorities to the people.
      3. vezunchik
        vezunchik 26 May 2013 11: 10
        +3
        No, she just cut the dough!
        As Mikoyan said (when he betrayed Khrushchev) - there are no friends in politics! Therefore, he lived a long life ...
    2. Genady1976
      Genady1976 26 May 2013 12: 08
      -4
      Faithful Putin-chi pecked like rooks
  • FC SKIF
    FC SKIF 26 May 2013 06: 38
    11
    In power a healthy bit of paranoia will never hurt. Otherwise, we had figures in pink glasses or looked at bill friends through a glass and respected everyone and trusted everyone. What ended, do not recall.
    1. Ruslan67
      Ruslan67 26 May 2013 06: 50
      11
      Quote: FC Skif
      In power a healthy bit of paranoia will never hurt.

      If you have paranoia, this does not mean that you are not being watched. bully
      1. alex13-61
        alex13-61 26 May 2013 08: 59
        12
        In such shit as big politics, not being afraid of betrayal is crazy ...
        The article is trash.
      2. Orchestrarant
        Orchestrarant 26 May 2013 10: 47
        +4
        To paraphrase - if you are being watched, this does not mean that you have paranoia! In my opinion, that phrase sounds better! fellow
  • fenix57
    fenix57 26 May 2013 06: 38
    +4
    Hello! Betrayal .., because the head of ANY level is afraid of him ...
    It is not in vain that they say: - Do not be afraid of strangers, fear YOURS, after all betrayal - violation of loyalty to someone or failure to fulfill a duty to someone.
    1. nickname 1 and 2
      nickname 1 and 2 26 May 2013 09: 05
      +8
      Quote: fenix57
      Betrayal .., because the head of ANY level is afraid of him.


      Just not Putin. We somehow didn’t notice that the presidential security has changed with his arrival! Those. all technology! Security is not visible! At the very beginning of his presidency = walks around Moscow, night alone (without magazines, but also without security)
      Quote: waisson
      he lives not in the circle of people but in the circle of thieves and he has something to be afraid of both from some and from others

      He has WHOM to fear !? But he is not afraid! And he is afraid of who is not visible. And HE behaves in such a way that does not cause fierce hatred! He does not have those "innocently torn apart" by this power! Putin is not acting maliciously. He does not consider other people's stupidity to be an unforgivable guilt for which must be punished. Putin worries about his business (the business of the entire Putin family and surname), but he does not believe that this business requires thousands of lives.

      We can say that Putin’s head only because he did not give us or the West a reason to write him in executioners.
      He’s just because he understood that with Internet with such an unbridled PRESS, he would be devoured in two counts if he allowed himself to decide who was right and who was wrong!

      I urge you to think about this side of Putin.

      And the article without the author also refers to the scribble of some sort of regular unclaimed beetle. MINUS
      1. a
        a 26 May 2013 09: 15
        -11 qualifying.
        he is not an executioner. but his kind language, too, does not turn to name. ordinary ruler of the country. like any ruler pursues his own interests
        1. SPACE
          SPACE 26 May 2013 09: 44
          +6
          Quote: uno
          like any ruler pursues his own interests

          Well, what are their interests? it is the townsfolk who have their own selfish interests, and the real rulers, understanding the significance of their situation, are no longer pursuing their own interests, but tasks, like a father thinking about the future of his children, even against their unreasonable will ... but they will grow up and understand later.
          1. a
            a 26 May 2013 09: 48
            -3
            and what do you think Putin is the father of the nation? it's funny. it’s just clearly understood that he pursues his interests. but you should not understand it so literally .. means the interests of your clan.
            in tsarist Russia, Soviet Russia and what was then all the rulers pursued the interests of their clans. What reason is there to think that another person has come to power? absolutely no reason to think so.
            1. SPACE
              SPACE 26 May 2013 10: 10
              +2
              Question
              Quote: uno
              and what do you think Putin is the father of the nation?

              Response
              Quote: uno
              but do not understand it so literally

              Argument
              Quote: uno
              in tsarist Russia, Soviet Russia and what happened then all the rulers pursued the interests of their clans

              Conclusion
              Quote: uno
              What reason is there to think that another person has come to power?

              What reason is there to think that another person will come to power?
              Quote: uno
              absolutely no reason to think so.
      2. Fox
        Fox 26 May 2013 11: 02
        +5
        Quote: nick 1 and 2
        Security is not visible

        not there, dear look ... hi believe me, it’s full of protection there, even more than that of the wrestling-drunk. I know what I'm writing about.
      3. Airman
        Airman 26 May 2013 11: 09
        +2
        Quote: nick 1 and 2
        Quote: fenix57
        Betrayal .., because the head of ANY level is afraid of him.
        ! At the very beginning of his presidency = walks in Moscow, night alone (without magazines, but also without security)
        ]
        He has WHOM to fear !? But he is not afraid! And he is afraid of who is not visible. And HE behaves in such a way that does not cause fierce hatred! He does not have those "innocently torn apart" by this power! Putin is not acting maliciously.



        Remember the inauguration of Putin - there is not a single person on the streets, except for the guards. And how the French president was driving - there are crowds of people everywhere. And this is "he is not afraid of anyone."
      4. Normal
        Normal 26 May 2013 14: 16
        +1
        Quote: nick 1 and 2
        We somehow didn’t notice that the presidential security has changed with his arrival! Those. all technology! Security is not visible!

        All of us, unlike you, noticed. If you want to see, come to Kutuzovsky Prospect in the morning. Sit on a bench opposite the Ukraine Hotel and peacefully read the newspaper; you are a pensioner - you should have plenty of time. Half an hour before the passage of the presidential court at Kutuzovsky there will not be a single car - they will block everything and stop everyone. Take a closer look, to your right and left at a distance of about 100-150 meters there will be inconspicuous-looking young people in ordinary "civilian" clothes but always with a small bag on a belt over their shoulder (weapon) On the other side of the avenue - the same thing. They look, unlike passers-by, not in the direction of the avenue, but vice versa; at passers-by, at the windows of buildings and at you, peacefully sitting on a bench ...
        Quote: nick 1 and 2
        walks in Moscow, night alone

        What kind of fiction is this?
        Quote: nick 1 and 2
        But he is not afraid!

        Is he not afraid of something? Do not tell the people ... You have already been told about travel to inauguration.
        1. nickname 1 and 2
          nickname 1 and 2 26 May 2013 22: 43
          0
          [quot Kutuzovsky will not be a single car - all block and all

          Well THIS = all the work of the security service.
          And he = PROTECTED OBJECT! (It’s not a shame to not know) Yes, tomorrow the COUNCIL OF SECURITY OF THE COUNTRY will decide to carry the president in a safe (in the tank) and will climb up!
          How else? Himself once claimed the ORDER!

          Quote: nick 1 and 2
          walks in Moscow, night alone

          What kind of fiction is this?

          Well, what about?

          I don’t understand this! So how would you behave?
          You are charged with guarding the 1st person. And you would ask the guarded: how? How is it today? and if so can we?

          Yes, you didn’t do anything serious then.
          1. Normal
            Normal 27 May 2013 19: 14
            -1
            Quote: nick 1 and 2
            Well THIS = all the work of the security service

            Congratulations! You discovered (me) America, but I didn’t even know that it was the work of the Security Council. I thought that everything happens by itself
            You wrote that:
            Quote: nick 1 and 2
            Security is not visible!


            I showed you exactly how and where you can see it. Maybe you meant that next to VVP you can't see mordovorotov, since they were visible next to Gorby and EBN? So after all, the GDP in the "people" as EBN and Gorby does not go. Communicates with people only indoors and after checking, so there are no mordovorotov nearby
            .
            Quote: nick 1 and 2
            Well, what about?

            I don’t understand this! So how would you behave?


            What "well how?" ??? With what fright did you see Putin walking alone, at night and without protection?

            Quote: nick 1 and 2
            Yes, you didn’t do anything serious then.

            According to your amateurish judgments, it is clear that it was you who never "did anything seriously". In any case, you did not seriously "graze" or protect anyone.
  • waisson
    waisson 26 May 2013 06: 43
    +3
    he lives not in the circle of people but in the circle of thieves and he has something to be afraid of both from some and from others
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 26 May 2013 07: 05
      14
      Quote: waisson
      he lives not among people but among thieves and he has something to fear

      Have you often seen a frightened Putin? But officials who looked up before Putin are shown quite often, well, there are all kinds of businessman there. So the big question is who is afraid of whom.
  • Ruslan_F38
    Ruslan_F38 26 May 2013 07: 22
    16
    I do not think that Putin is afraid of something, but there are plenty of people capable of betraying him in his circle.
    1. Genady1976
      Genady1976 26 May 2013 12: 21
      -8
      and what should he be afraid of?
  • max73
    max73 26 May 2013 07: 24
    +6
    I was never surprised that the primary source is RBK ... there are such "fragrant" opuses regularly appear.) spreading cranberries for the foreign electorate
    1. a
      a 26 May 2013 07: 31
      -7
      But what does the source actually have to do with it? or in another way, what's the difference where it was printed?
      1. Bigriver
        Bigriver 26 May 2013 09: 23
        +5
        Quote: uno
        But what does the source actually have to do with it? or in another way, what's the difference where it was printed?

        Each federal media has its own ideology and worldview.
        RBC broadcasts the ideology of Misha Prokhorov.
        The author is secondary. Any author can be a performer if he falls into the "format".
        1. a
          a 26 May 2013 09: 30
          -5
          Of course there is an ideology. this is normal. but RBC news portal. they just broadcast the news. sometimes, individual comments.
          here for media channels that follow supposedly governmental ideologues, the author is really secondary. you don’t need a lot of mind to blow into one dudu. and where opinions of different directions are presented, it is the author who is the primary one.
          1. Bigriver
            Bigriver 26 May 2013 10: 01
            +9
            Quote: uno
            Of course there is an ideology. this is normal. but RBC news portal. they just broadcast the news.

            Have you known them for a long time?
            Broadcasting news involves selecting them. Their sequence, priority, comments, conclusions, angles of view - all this is an impartial and programmatic view.
            Not one Federal media cannot afford to play objectivity, providing time and space for all points of view.
            RBC is the right, liberals. Do you think that Prokhanov and Dugin can appear there? :)) If only not as a victim for whipping.
            1. a
              a 26 May 2013 10: 12
              -1
              long been familiar. probably about 15 years old.
              Of course there is some sort of selection. but I think he is less blinkered at RBC than at ORT, RTR or NTV.
              why can't they afford it? Is it because objectivity is not needed by our state?
              I do not argue RBC is a liberal portal. I’m talking about a portal, not a TV channel, because I don’t watch the TV channel myself. but clearly not right :) in my understanding between the right and liberals there is a considerable distance. although perhaps this is only a matter of definitions.
              at RBC, I often meet the comments of Dugin, Prokhanov, and other people who are difficult to attribute to liberals.
              1. Bigriver
                Bigriver 26 May 2013 10: 25
                +1
                Quote: uno
                long been familiar. probably about 15 years old.
                Of course there is some sort of selection. but I think he is less blinkered at RBC than at ORT, RTR or NTV.

                In a word, do you think that there are media virgin .., well, almost clean and objective, but there are those who are mired and blinkered?
                Okay, I get it.
                1. a
                  a 26 May 2013 10: 46
                  -5
                  he didn’t say anything about the mired and stricken. about pristine too. there are media that are mainly involved in the news. there are media that interpret events in one way or another (news). RBC simply posts news - good, bad, pleasant and not very, communist and capitalist, about Putin or not about Putin.
                  and if we take the same federal channels then what news do we see there? here Putin knocked at the meeting with his fist ... here he said something ... here they created something, here they built a new plant ... judging by the news on federal television channels, everything is fine with us .. there is a bit of crime and corruption, but we are fighting this. but what about the country so sucks then it lives, if everything is fine with us ???
              2. Explore
                Explore 26 May 2013 11: 54
                +5
                Pomnitsa "News from Maksimovskaya" on REN TV played bagpipes that they show REAL NEWS and an OBJECTIVE VISION. How ...
                Any inform agency carries in itself some kind of idea, some kind of outlook on things, presenting information in the right direction for them.
                Compare, for example, the news from Voennoye Obozreniye with the news from Echo of Moscow (the same event will be covered differently).
                It all depends on the sponsor, the target audience, as well as the ideology of the channel.
                1. a
                  a 26 May 2013 13: 28
                  -4
                  ideology in one form or another is everywhere present. but where did you get the idea that the ideology of those present here is the most faithful, the best? and what is the ideology of, for example, liberals worse? liberals love their country no worse than anyone else. they just have different views on the internal structure of the country. and you think that when, if, God forbid, of course there is a war, then you should sit in the same trench with the liberal. remember tsarist Russia - in one trench there were tsarist officers of a noble family, village peasants who for centuries have been serfs of these noble officers. and nothing. fought together. yes how fought !!! both of them performed feats in the name of the Motherland. just like that now, you’ll sit in the trenches with the liberals and do feats in the name of the Motherland
                  1. Ivan.
                    Ivan. 26 May 2013 13: 38
                    +5
                    Quote: uno
                    and you think that when, if God forbid, of course there will be a war,
                  2. Ivan.
                    Ivan. 26 May 2013 17: 16
                    +3
                    Quote: uno
                    but where did you get the idea that the ideology of those present here is the most faithful, the best?

                    Any ideology is divorced from reality and we can talk not about the best but about the worse.
                    The answer is the killing of the question, which means an ocean of followers and the suppression of dissidents. Ideology is like a guide for the blind - isn’t it easier to open your eyes? If the truth were not hidden from people, it would be difficult to fool them.
                    Quote: uno
                    liberals love their country

                    Liberally they somehow love her. Admit which of you liberally loves your family?
                    Quote: uno
                    then you sit in the same trench with a liberal.

                    Nobody will die even liberals for far-fetched liberal ideas. If they are in the trenches then for a more serious reason.
                    Quote: uno
                    in one trench there were tsarist officers of a noble family, village peasants who for centuries have been serfs of these noble officers. and nothing. fought together

                    They fought, only for different Russia (not without exceptions) united before a common enemy.
                    Quote: uno
                    you will sit in the trenches with the liberals and do feats in the name of the motherland

                    The whole country is occupied by liberal "office plankton" and getting rid of it is truly a feat.
                    Three things can move a person: benefit, idea or understanding, I prefer the latter.
                  3. Tverichanka
                    Tverichanka 26 May 2013 23: 45
                    +2
                    Quote: uno
                    as- you will sit in a trench with the liberals and

                    I would not risk it. Better with your own.
  • ia-ai00
    ia-ai00 26 May 2013 07: 32
    +7
    And how can you recklessly trust if the "friends" of the AMER and the BRITANS in all spheres have launched their ticks, their agents. And naturally, being directly in power, they smuggle through everything that the "owners" demand of them. For interest, you can follow the link.
    http://genbel1.ucoz.ru/publ/chim_stavlennikom_byl_b_elcin_i_ego_rezhim/1-1-0-15
    WHERE B. YELTSIN AND ITS REGIME WAS A CURTAIN.

    And Putin, surrounded by such "employees", naturally should be vigilant, because it seems like there is a Russian nearby, but it turns out that he is an agent of the Central Russian Federation and harms the country ...
  • aszzz888
    aszzz888 26 May 2013 07: 33
    +2
    What else could be worse than betrayal?
    Only the people who committed it.
    And this fear is not alien to anyone, including V.V. Putin
  • cumastra1
    cumastra1 26 May 2013 07: 35
    11
    Gevorgyan must be shown to a psychiatrist. I, too, found John's suspicion
    Grozny, the omnipotence of Joseph Dzhugashvili and the vindictiveness of Peter 1. And all in one bottle. Everyone is afraid of betrayal. Moreover, this is a common phenomenon. And the struggle for power is also a dirty business. But the leader of the country must be judged by his deeds, and not by his fears.
    1. a
      a 26 May 2013 07: 44
      -2
      in my opinion she does not judge him by fear. she just mentions what he is. and history will judge, not biographers
    2. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 26 May 2013 07: 45
      +8
      Quote: cumastra1
      Gevorgyan must be shown to a psychiatrist. I, too, found John's suspicion
      Grozny

      It would be better if she wrote about Obama’s fears, otherwise they took off the bolts from the rifles at the military parade laughing Next time the wooden ones will be given out wassat
    3. dmb
      dmb 26 May 2013 11: 15
      -2
      You don't need to show it to anyone. This lady is reasoning quite sensibly. I'm not talking about her "writings" at all, and not about the text of the article. It was necessary to "hurry up" in time, so that even on some sniffed portal you would be called "Putin's biographer." By and large, no one in our country has read her masterpieces, but Western fuckers fall for it. Now she’ll make money there. So you can't deny her dexterity. As for whether he is afraid or not, what kind of society continues to build, so he behaves. Naive gentlemen, as an argument for Vova's love for Russia, cite the fact that he still, having dragged a certain amount into his personal bins, has not dumped out of the country. In this regard, he is certainly smarter than them. The example of Birch is before his eyes. Coached, dumped, and how did it end? Nobody needs Vova there, so he will hold on to power and money here. As much as he can. And none of his love for Russia has anything to do with it.
  • k220150
    k220150 26 May 2013 07: 45
    +3
    I'd like to know. If Putin doesn’t surrender his own, then who are we — ours or strangers?
    1. My address
      My address 26 May 2013 08: 05
      +2
      Bravo!
      Great comment!
      Why is it near or close to Golikov, Nurgaliyev, Fursenko, and DAM? What did they do for the country? Why few Kolokolnikov, Shoigu?
      1. SPACE
        SPACE 26 May 2013 09: 00
        +5
        Quote: My address
        Why is it near or close to Golikov, Nurgaliyev, Fursenko, and DAM? What did they do for the country? Why few Kolokolnikov, Shoigu?

        Putin came for a new term as an independent ruler. But in spite of this, he still does not have full power; there are many who can put a spoke in their wheels. By his actions, he pushes "them" out of power by the millimeter, cutting off their opportunities along a thread. And he has another 11 years to create a unified government and an independent financial and industrial elite, which will be the true ruler.
        1. a
          a 26 May 2013 09: 20
          -2
          God forbid another 11 years to "enjoy" his reign.
          1. Grishka100watt
            Grishka100watt 26 May 2013 12: 18
            +2
            I personally will buy a ticket abroad to save you from the yoke of the evil Putin.
            And yes, don’t come back here, okay?
            1. a
              a 26 May 2013 13: 44
              +5
              thank. but I myself am able to buy a ticket wherever I want.
              don't come back? No, do not indicate what to do. I love my homeland no less than yours. I wish her well. and Putin’s rule is far from good. what did he do in 13 years? there is a budget deficit in the country. oligarchs continue to profit. corruption does not want to dry up. even caught corrupt officials are not imprisoned. Who made the Minister of Defense an incompetent person? certainly not Medvedev. why does Putin live well only in Moscow? why in the country there are constant scandals with ministers of education. why pensioners eke out a miserable existence. Why apartments do not reach war and labor veterans? why is the pride of the USSR aviation bent more and more every year? why during the USSR, almost 100% of passengers were transported by domestic planes, and now 93% are transported by foreign planes. Why are the aircraft factories closed, and for incomprehensible projects such as RRJ money is allocated 4 times more than for similar projects abroad? all this is a system built by Putin. America will decide tomorrow that it’s enough to nurse with us and with the help of the monarchies of the Arabian Peninsula, it will drop the cost of oil somewhere up to 40 bucks per barrel. as Reagan did in his time. and then what will happen to our country. in the days of Reagan and Bush Sr., this ended with the collapse of the USSR. making oil at 40 bucks is not very difficult. so then what will happen? will be even worse than the 90s. because in the 90s almost all the people were poor. and now part of the people has been enriched. and if the poor get in to rob the rich, a civil war will begin. scary and unpredictable given how we fight with each other. I do not want it
              1. ozs
                ozs 26 May 2013 14: 09
                -1
                more than one edrobot will not be able to answer this, they can only rejoice at a dozen new aircraft, and the fact that during this time they cut it at times is no longer their concern. There is an example with the same Mig-31.
              2. Grishka100watt
                Grishka100watt 26 May 2013 14: 09
                +4
                It is good that you are able to buy yourself a ticket abroad. You see, not everything is as bad as you paint. Now who wants to start a family and settle down - the opportunity for this has, this is in contrast to the recent past.

                But there are individuals who in ANY situation do not like everything. This is a pathological case, we won’t talk about it, okay?

                And now about the serious. If you absolutely need to blame someone for the collapse, then you can blame Gorbachev (I did not want to capitalize, but I will be considerate). Putin is only struggling with the consequences of what Gorbachev did. About Yeltsin, we will not. At the same time, Gorbachev then had significantly, I emphasize, significantly more power than Putin now has.

                About the fact that if America wants to bring down oil prices, then Russia will be, to put it mildly, tight - the truth. But Putin cannot be blamed. He only controlled what was left of the once great country. It’s good that this is still there.
                Military construction is underway, and if you do not interfere, there is a chance that everything will turn out well for us.

                Our laws are written in America. So you think why our medium and small business is not developing? Yes, because it is difficult to build a business by taking a loan with such interest as banks in the Russian Federation offer. Where does all this come from? From the Central Bank of the Russian Federation, which is part of the Fed.

                Russia is developing only within the frameworks that place colonial countries in their metropolises. Our metropolis since 1991 is America.

                And the fact that now the army is being restored is already a piece of the conquered sovereignty, and Putin is credited with this. About 10-15 years ago we were not allowed to give a hint about this.
                1. ozs
                  ozs 26 May 2013 14: 15
                  -2
                  And the fact that now the army is being restored is already a piece of the conquered sovereignty, and Putin is credited with this.
                  What are you talking about now? probably about how Serdyukov for five years restored the army? Or something else?
                  1. Grishka100watt
                    Grishka100watt 26 May 2013 14: 33
                    0
                    Serdyukov, actually, Putin himself took off, and don’t worry, you’ll put him in prison, put him in prison.

                    I mean that in addition to Putin, Russia is also led by other people.

                    What are you talking about now?

                    I don’t know, read something.

                    And some who consider themselves smart, know how to do it and are greyhounds there, without loading, are put in a mortar pose.
                    So do not consider yourself smarter than others, dear.
                    1. Genady1976
                      Genady1976 26 May 2013 14: 51
                      0
                      Quote: Grishka100watt
                      Serdyukov, actually, Putin himself took off,

                      actually he set it himself
                    2. ozs
                      ozs 26 May 2013 14: 52
                      +3
                      Remind who put Serdyukov on the post of Moscow Defense Ministry?
                      Or maybe show footage of the meetings of the MoE by the then prime minister. And how Taberetkin reports to his boss about the progress of the reform, and he nods approvingly. Or are you people for idots you think that for five years he managed the Ministry of Defense, sold everything that could be sold, concluded unfavorable contracts with foreigners, but the boss didn’t. So it turns out? And do not tell fables here that they will punish him? We have all seen how an accomplice to Vasilyev is punished, many would envy such a punishment and in what conditions she lives.

                      Here recently the topic was slipping about the restoration of the BZHRK, so work hard and find the photos that show the state of the duty base of these BZHRK. And these bases have come to such a state over the past seven years. And then you will be broadcasting about the restoration of the combat readiness of the army, maybe you think that a couple of mistrals will strengthen our defenses. These Mistrals are like a dead poultice, but the fact that two sharks cut it will obviously throw us back. Or maybe remember the reform of military education and medicine. How much do you think these two reforms strengthened defenses and revived the army.

                      So before you put someone in a mortar pose, look around. And it is good to throw slogans, only reality does not always coincide with slogans.
                      1. Grishka100watt
                        Grishka100watt 26 May 2013 15: 09
                        +1
                        and he nods approvingly. Or are you people for idots you think that for five years he managed the Ministry of Defense, sold everything that could be sold, and concluded it was disadvantageous

                        People do not think for an idiot.
                        They will plant, apparently in batches. Therefore, all for a long time.
                        work hard and find photos that show the state of the duty base of these BZHRK. And then you will be broadcasting about the restoration of the combat readiness of the army, maybe you think that a couple of mistrals will strengthen our defenses. These Mistrals are like a dead poultice, but the fact that two sharks cut it will obviously throw us back. Or maybe remember the reform of military education and medicine. How much do you think these two reforms strengthened defenses and revived the army.

                        It’s good that you told me what to do. Now, with a clear conscience, I can tell you where to go.

                        The reform of Serdyukov was destructive and was conceived in the west. And the president at that time was Medvedev. As for the 941 project, I don’t know, I can’t exactly answer about their technical condition (just like you), but I think that it is bad.
                        put someone in the pose of mino

                        No, no, no, don’t attach, and don’t call to the parade either.
                      2. ozs
                        ozs 26 May 2013 15: 44
                        -2
                        It’s good that you told me what to do. Now, with a clear conscience, I can tell you where to go.
                        Well, the truth is true, it hurts your eyes.

                        The reform of Serdyukov was destructive and was conceived in the west. And the president at that time was Medvedev.
                        What i hear. But as it turns out, the West has muddied the reform of the army.
                        The question is then why do we need an army at all, maybe we will ask the west and he will bring his warriors to us.

                        The West, of course, simply gave the task, but the task was given not to the stool, but to his bosses. And do not write off everything here on Medvedev. He is not an independent figure, and recent events prove this.

                        So do not justify the west, the collapse of the army. Which fell apart under the current leadership.

                        In general, how does all this relate to your quote with which we started the dialogue.

                        Quote: Grishka100watt
                        And the fact that now the army is being restored is already a piece of the conquered sovereignty, and Putin is credited with this.


                        Quote: Grishka100watt
                        The reform of Serdyukov was destructive and was conceived in the west.


                        What kind of sovereignty can we talk about? You contradict yourself.
                      3. Grishka100watt
                        Grishka100watt 26 May 2013 15: 48
                        +1
                        You troll request
                        I wrote everything, read it.
                        It becomes not interesting for me to answer you the same questions, it is not constructive, and I repeat, it is not interesting.
                      4. ozs
                        ozs 26 May 2013 15: 50
                        0
                        Not that you are probably trying to get away from the obvious things.

                        I repeat.
                        Quote: Grishka100watt
                        And the fact that now the army is being restored is already a piece of the conquered sovereignty, and Putin is credited with this.


                        Quote: Grishka100watt
                        The reform of Serdyukov was destructive and was conceived in the west.


                        What kind of sovereignty can we talk about? You contradict yourself.

                        I understand there is nothing to say but a troll.
                      5. Grishka100watt
                        Grishka100watt 26 May 2013 16: 17
                        +3
                        But.... what

                        So, you already asked me the second time.
                        And the fact that now the army is being restored is already a piece of the conquered sovereignty, and Putin is credited with this.
                        The reform of Serdyukov was destructive and was conceived in the west.

                        I guess the one who read it understood. But since you are not, then please:
                        Reform of Serdyukov was carried out under Medvedev.
                        Shoigu Reform Under Putin fellow
                        And I do not need to cite once again the fact that Putin put Serdyukov in the ministers of defense. For there, above (AS I ALREADY WRITTEN), there are other forces besides Putin. And if he signed it, this does not mean that he DELIVERED it.
                        The question is not who is appointed, but WHAT he does and WHY he does so.
                        Serdyukov may have been sweet and soft when put in, but the occupation system simply ground it and said what to do! But, it is possible that Serdyukov himself was a hidden anti-state and an enemy, but, most likely, the first option.

                        I answered you a question? Because if you ask me it again .... request
                      6. ozs
                        ozs 26 May 2013 16: 27
                        -1
                        If the MO is appointed from outside, then it is impossible to speak of sovereignty.
                        But Shoigu reform is something new, I have not even heard of such a TV. In short, everything is clear. A white and fluffy ruler sat and nodded his head while they were selling the army. So it turns out.

                        Here, as they say, there are no words. Comments are redundant. All the same, the people for the idiots both kept, and continue to keep, including you.
                      7. Grishka100watt
                        Grishka100watt 26 May 2013 16: 34
                        +2
                        If MOs are appointed from outside,

                        Well, maybe they appoint, maybe they don't appoint, but the point is that the Minister of Defense worked to the west. Because the administrative system works west.
                        it speaks of sovereignty is impossible.

                        OF COURSE NOT!!!
                      8. ozs
                        ozs 26 May 2013 16: 38
                        -2
                        Quote: Grishka100watt
                        And the fact that now the army is being restored is already a piece of the conquered sovereignty, and Putin is credited with this.
                        Quote: Grishka100watt
                        The reform of Serdyukov was destructive and was conceived in the west.

                        Quote: ozs
                        If the MO is appointed from outside, then it is impossible to speak of sovereignty.

                        Quote: Grishka100watt
                        OF COURSE NOT!!!


                        You know this not seriously. Do you even decide whether Russia is a sovereign country or not. And then you can start about the restoration of the army.
                      9. Grishka100watt
                        Grishka100watt 26 May 2013 16: 49
                        +2
                        Tree sticks!!!!
                        You generally read, otherwise I write, but for whom ??
                        Russia is a colony (after 1991). The colony is governed by the administrative system created by the metropolis (America). Performers work in the administrative system. There is a legislative body in the colony that makes laws by which the colony exists.
                        The sovereignty of a country is a complex concept; it may or may not be, or it may be partially. So far we have partially.
                        We can do something for ourselves, but we also must not forget our overseas partners (Fed).
  • a
    a 26 May 2013 15: 17
    -4
    wrote a long answer .. but the system did not accept :) all that is written is lost :)
    I’ll try to restore the essence - Putin was a good ruler at a certain stage. he stopped the collapse of the country. but he is not given the opportunity to boost the economy. he does not understand it. and now it’s better for him to leave, transferring the country to another person who could boost the country's economy. there will be no strong economy, there will be no strong army. it is truth. and even the development of the USSR confirms this truth. when the USSR had a strong economy, the army was strong. as soon as the economy died, not only the army, but the whole country died. and Putin does not succeed in combating corruption. In general, the potential of the kgbeshnik turned out to be quite limited
    1. Grishka100watt
      Grishka100watt 26 May 2013 15: 41
      +2
      Quite the contrary - both industry and everything else followed the army.
      More precisely, this: everything in the country was created for the army. I hope it will be the same now.
      And the fact that the potential of the police officer is limited - yes, like any other potential, it is limited, but no worse than the potential of a manager or lawyer, or even a builder.
      And the restoration of the country will begin only after liberation from American economic occupation.
      That's where it all goes. Corruption is also an element of the occupation system.
      1. a
        a 26 May 2013 15: 52
        -2
        no .. so it shouldn't be. otherwise the army becomes a caste. and the country only works for the army. no .. we passed it. This is bad. the country should work for ordinary people, not for the army.
        It seems that you did not learn anything from the history of the USSR.
        say goodbye to sim. further discussion by you is impossible
        1. Grishka100watt
          Grishka100watt 26 May 2013 16: 24
          +1
          Absolutely agree hi
  • Tverichanka
    Tverichanka 26 May 2013 23: 58
    0
    Quote: Grishka100watt
    About 10-15 years ago, I didn’t give a hint about this

    There is a feeling that many people have forgotten what happened 10-15 years ago. Either did not live at that time or were first graders. A plus for you.
  • Timeout
    Timeout 26 May 2013 15: 38
    -1
    Quote: uno
    thank. but I myself am able to buy a ticket wherever I want.

    I’ll support you, I’m not a worthy son of my fatherland, I fell for a long foreign currency and stayed to live where it’s warmer and cheaper. Only now my passport is Russian and I have not refused citizenship. I provide relatives and friends due to the fact that I make money myself, with my own hands and my head, and at the same time I have in Russia what can be taxed (housing, cars and a business that works) and for all this I pay taxes! It is worth to come to Russia and immediately everything falls! In banana Paraguay, I pay $ 50 a month from a business, regardless of profitability. Arriving home I found out that deductions to the PF increased by 3 times, despite the fact that with an individual entrepreneur who weighs a tax on me, he has a minimum of 30 thousand per month, an income worker, and even deductions from the payroll fund in the PF. And it turns out I'm doing charity paying a salary to an employee! Country damn, scared idiots!
  • Tverichanka
    Tverichanka 26 May 2013 23: 52
    +1
    Quote: My address
    Why are few Kolokolnikovs, Shoigu?

    Just because not enough. And if you mention the name of the Minister of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, write correctly. His last name is Kolokoltsev.
  • SPACE
    SPACE 26 May 2013 08: 41
    +5
    Quote: k220150
    If Putin doesn’t surrender his own, then who are we — our own or others?

    The question is not correctly put. The question should be posed as follows: "Who is Putin for you, your own or someone else's?" Will you hand it over, or not?
    1. nickname 1 and 2
      nickname 1 and 2 26 May 2013 09: 28
      -4
      Quote: SPACE
      Quote: k220150
      If Putin doesn’t surrender his own, then who are we — our own or others?

      The question is not correctly put. The question should be posed as follows: "Who is Putin for you, your own or someone else's?" Will you hand it over, or not?


      And you are not raising the question too far! And who to take! Are there repressive bodies? Is there a "beast" that hides the imprudent onlooker?
      1. SPACE
        SPACE 26 May 2013 09: 52
        +1
        Quote: nick 1 and 2
        And to whom to take! Are there repressive organs?

        Do you want, go to the swamp, do not want, do not go to the polls.
        1. nickname 1 and 2
          nickname 1 and 2 26 May 2013 10: 19
          0
          Quote: SPACE
          Quote: nick 1 and 2
          And to whom to take! Are there repressive organs?

          Do you want, go to the swamp, do not want, do not go to the polls.


          I’ll go to the swamp when I see HEADY politicians there.
          I'll go when I see another clearly the best way for the country.

          And I always go to the polls because I don’t want a repeat of 90g.
          1. SPACE
            SPACE 26 May 2013 10: 54
            +7
            Quote: nick 1 and 2
            I'll go when I see another clearly the best way for the country.

            If, yes, if only ... Justification for not having something to do and then if you don’t see anything good now, what gives you the confidence to see something later? In general, this mass hysteria about Putin resembles a mental illness, moreover contagious, transmitted over the Internet.
            1. nickname 1 and 2
              nickname 1 and 2 26 May 2013 16: 23
              +1
              Quote: SPACE
              Justification

              Quote: SPACE
              Justification

              Before whom?
              Quote: SPACE
              you do not see good

              I don’t see any good. I don’t want to see, but I didn’t believe in "fairy tales" of the West and will not believe.
              Quote: SPACE
              what gives you the confidence to see something later?

              Here THAT = it is not (for me - will not be) and you continue to hope "for the lottery"?
              Quote: SPACE
              mental illness

              I have no motivation. I just wonder why others tear their strings.
              Have you chosen? have chosen! The time will come - we will choose another!
              None of us = DO NOT DO ANYTHING!
              But I myself can’t do it myself. So WAIT - not what! drinks


              Do not anger GOD! Be content and rejoice at what is!
              Well said?
    2. Tverichanka
      Tverichanka 27 May 2013 00: 10
      +1
      Quote: SPACE
      Will you hand it over or not?

      That is the essence of the question. You are definitely right. Fattening you plus.
      1. SPACE
        SPACE 28 May 2013 07: 36
        +1
        Quote: Tverichanka
        That is the essence of the question. You are definitely right. Fattening you plus.

        love
  • Airman
    Airman 26 May 2013 10: 57
    -1
    Quote: k220150
    I'd like to know. If Putin doesn’t surrender his own, then who are we — ours or strangers?


    Yes, Putin does not give up, Serdyukov escapes with a slight fright. But Serdyukov ruined the Armed Forces, and he did this not himself, but at the suggestion of the Prime Minister and the Supreme. Why are the internal troops equal in number or superior to the Ground Forces? Because he is afraid of his people.
    1. SPACE
      SPACE 26 May 2013 11: 10
      -1
      Here, another visitor is unwell. I propose to name the new virus PU-N1. The symptoms are described in detail in the scientific and medical article "Nobody cares. About the main threat to Russian civilization." laughing
    2. Grishka100watt
      Grishka100watt 26 May 2013 12: 22
      +3
      Why are internal forces equal in number or superior to ground forces? Because he is afraid of his people.

      Internal troops
      Strength
      182 624

      Ground troops
      Strength
      395 000

      Yes you, my friend, a liar.
      1. sergo0000
        sergo0000 26 May 2013 13: 04
        +9
        Quote: Grishka100watt
        Why are internal forces equal in number or superior to ground forces? Because he is afraid of his people.

        Internal troops
        Strength
        182 624

        Ground troops
        Strength
        395 000



        Yes you, my friend, a liar.



        Yes, he's not a liar. It's just infected with resources such as "Echo"! It's difficult, but it can be treated! wink
        1. Orchestrarant
          Orchestrarant 26 May 2013 13: 07
          +1
          Better not to heal, but to castrate! wink
      2. Airman
        Airman 26 May 2013 16: 13
        -3
        Quote: Grishka100watt
        Why are internal forces equal in number or superior to ground forces? Because he is afraid of his people.

        Internal troops
        Strength
        182 624

        Ground troops
        Strength
        395 000

        Yes you, my friend, a liar.

        Where does such accurate data on the number of explosives come from? Up to a man? The commander of the Internal Troops is the Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs. That means that the Internal Troops and the police are involved in establishing "order" inside the country. So, in total, they surpass SV. It was necessary to write BB and the police, and apologize for a liar.
        1. Grishka100watt
          Grishka100watt 26 May 2013 16: 41
          0
          Why are internal forces equal in number or superior to ground forces? Because he is afraid of his people.

          Why apologize?
      3. Grishka100watt
        Grishka100watt 26 May 2013 16: 29
        0
        Here, the team of minusers fights just at such posts)
        What did I write? Just numbers)
    3. Hleb
      Hleb 26 May 2013 13: 34
      +3
      Why are internal forces equal in number or superior to ground forces?

      I had to write about all security structures. About the Ministry of Internal Affairs as a whole and about explosives as a component. Then it would have turned out much more than a million
  • horoh
    horoh 26 May 2013 07: 58
    +8
    Interestingly, the current environment of GDP is not thieves or traitors, but true patriots of our homeland ????
    1. ozs
      ozs 26 May 2013 14: 19
      +1
      Chubais, Medvedev, Kudrin are true patriots of Russia.
  • treskoed
    treskoed 26 May 2013 07: 58
    +2
    Putin is not afraid, he simply owns the information and acts appropriately.
  • Gardamir
    Gardamir 26 May 2013 08: 01
    +3
    Putin believes in loyal people, but among devotees, there are usually many traitors. You can trust colleagues, but to be a partner, you need to know what Putin himself wants.
  • AleksUkr
    AleksUkr 26 May 2013 08: 06
    0
    Putin Supporters - Who Are They? (15.05.2013/XNUMX/XNUMX)

    According to available data, 46,8% of those polled are ready to vote for Vladimir Putin next Sunday (similar data - 46% - from the Public Opinion Foundation, the poll of which was timed to coincide with the 7th of May - the anniversary of the President's inauguration). And 49% would like to re-elect Vladimir Putin as president at the end of their term ("Yes", "Rather yes"). 37% answered in the negative. By the way, the current president won 63,6% of the votes in the elections, which is 4 million votes less than in 2004.

    According to experts, a core of staunch supporters has formed around Putin. A characteristic feature of this group is high activity in the elections (turnout up to 100%) and insignificant rotation. I think these are very different people. By place of residence, by age, by income. For me, their conviction in the need for consistent and smooth transformations in the country unites them.

    Forgo proposes to present a more accurate and detailed portrait of the “new conservatives”. Demography, financial situation, professional sphere. However, it would be much more curious to look at the portrait of the average domestic oppositionist. What do you think, whose appearance will be more attractive and charming?
    1. djon3volta
      djon3volta 26 May 2013 12: 45
      +2
      Quote: AleksUkr
      However, it would be much more interesting to look at the portrait of the average domestic oppositionist. What do you think, whose appearance will be more attractive and charming?

      Well, these people were clearly not voting for Zyuganov or Prokhorov, unless they voted of course.
      do you think this smiling couple walks in the swamp? laughing ask yourself - do they need it?
      1. Ivan.
        Ivan. 26 May 2013 13: 21
        +2
        I doubt that this couple, with children together, are generally relatives. Plus I just put it.
  • maximus_1974
    maximus_1974 26 May 2013 08: 27
    +5
    The article is rotten, mediocre, in the fashion year. Now it is very fashionable to compare GDP with Stalin, GDP is attributed to paranoia, which is attributed to Stalin.
  • Ragnarek
    Ragnarek 26 May 2013 08: 34
    14
    but why did you decide that she’s Putin’s biographer? Well, I wrote a book, so what? This magazine whore worked on Echo and is now working on the Rain Channel. So the direction of her judgment and article is clear
    1. a
      a 26 May 2013 09: 25
      -10 qualifying.
      so what worked on echo? on the echo, by the way, they give the floor not only to liberals. there are people like Shevchenko, Prokhanov constantly speaking. these people can hardly be called liberals.
      By the way, Gevorkyan’s father and mother were ideological. Dad is a KGB general. Mom seems to be a scout.
      but in general, of course, journalists are different. but what does the "journalist" have to do with it. then who are you?
      1. nickname 1 and 2
        nickname 1 and 2 26 May 2013 09: 57
        +2
        Quote: uno
        By the way, Gevorkyan’s father and mother were ideological. Dad is a KGB general. Mom seems to be a scout.


        The merits of the parents do not pass to the children.
        Nevzorov made a lot of noise (despite the fact that he has a DAD) but calmed down! got busy. And there is a "phase shift", but ...
        Just WORK THERAPY it is for the benefit of the head.
      2. alex13-61
        alex13-61 26 May 2013 13: 36
        +2
        Quote: uno
        Mom seems to be a scout.

        Rezun, too, seems to be a scout ... became ... a dreamer (in a bad sense)
        1. kush62
          kush62 26 May 2013 14: 01
          +5
          Quote: Rezun, too, seems to be a scout ... became ... a dreamer (in a bad sense)

          Yes, he is a traitor !!! in any sense ...
  • Yura
    Yura 26 May 2013 09: 24
    +4
    Journalist Natalia Gevorgyan, considers herself a biographer of V.V. Putin writes that he is afraid of betrayal. Whether she thought there was a reason for it or not, she was trusted, she heard a lot, she could watch a person in a relaxed atmosphere. So, the use of this trust is a betrayal, probably our liberal-minded part of people has no other way to earn a living.
    1. a
      a 26 May 2013 09: 32
      0
      Putin is a public man. coverage of public life is normal.
      1. Yura
        Yura 27 May 2013 08: 30
        +1
        Quote: uno
        Putin is a public man. coverage of public life is normal.

        But what about the ethics of a journalist, how are the rules written and not written? The journalist asks for an interview, automatically and by default, pledging to comply with them in accordance with his profession, after which he gets permission to publish something and not to get acquainted with the material. And here is a violation of their obligations and there are violations of the law, a violation by a journalist of ethics dropping their reputation and their reputation, and most importantly, the trust placed in them is not justified, and any use of it is a betrayal.
  • Ragnarek
    Ragnarek 26 May 2013 09: 37
    +1
    Quote: uno
    so what worked on echo? on the echo, by the way, they give the floor not only to liberals. there are people like Shevchenko, Prokhanov constantly speaking. these people can hardly be called liberals.
    By the way, Gevorkyan’s father and mother were ideological. Dad is a KGB general. Mom seems to be a scout.
    but in general, of course, journalists are different. but what does the "journalist" have to do with it. then who are you?

    read carefully the article you will understand why she gave such a definition.
    1. a
      a 26 May 2013 09: 50
      -1
      Well, you called Gevorkyan a journalist. Isn’t that you’re an individual, haven’t you shown yourself to be an Internet fighter?
      article how to become. everyone has the right to express their opinion. the more so the person who came across an object about which he expresses his opinion
  • nickname 1 and 2
    nickname 1 and 2 26 May 2013 09: 49
    +1
    Quote: uno
    Timchenko where did he start from? was a middle-aged businessman. will be the same. it's only with GDP that he became a billionaire. it is at best. and in the worst they will take everything from him and put him as Khodorkovsky. That's what GDP fears


    Well, no one is safe from this! Did not notice?
    This is our innermost dream and IT becomes not real.
    Everything becomes transparent! Damned - expose!
    The most valuable thing for yourself is not to steal, but to work honestly.
    And therefore, it is in vain to hope that Putin’s sidekick and the prosecutor’s office will take into account!
    1. Airman
      Airman 26 May 2013 11: 21
      +2
      [

      Well, no one is safe from this! Did not notice?
      This is our innermost dream and IT becomes not real.
      Everything becomes transparent! Damned - expose!
      The most valuable thing for yourself is not to steal, but to work honestly.
      And therefore, it is in vain to hope that Putin’s sidekick and the prosecutor’s office will take into account! [/ Quote]


      You think so in vain. Until the FAS command arrives from above, the prosecutor’s office does not move a finger - an example is Serdyukov and others like him. There is a caste of untouchables with golden parachutes.
      1. nickname 1 and 2
        nickname 1 and 2 26 May 2013 23: 45
        0
        Quote: Povshnik
        example-Serdyukov and others like him


        That's not an argument! I wouldn't be surprised that Stool was working undercover! And here's why: Shoigu is six months old and things in the army are just brilliant! Yes, JUST masked from the damned Yankees. Cunning. And so that ahead of time "do not buzz"!

        Worth thinking?
  • VDV 80-82
    VDV 80-82 26 May 2013 09: 51
    +3
    these are the consequences of the Yeltsin collapse ... there must be a lot of agents of the State Department’s influence in the Kremlin ... because the GDP is quietly squeezing and disarming this fifth column! Well, of course, each clan has its own financial ambitions ... they also need to be taken into account!
    1. Genady1976
      Genady1976 26 May 2013 13: 03
      -1
      now it's already 13 years old and it’s not how
      1. Genady1976
        Genady1976 26 May 2013 13: 38
        +3
        officials are becoming more and more
      2. alex13-61
        alex13-61 26 May 2013 13: 40
        0
        Quote: Genady1976
        now it's already 13 years old and it’s not how

        And you can’t completely get rid of parasites ... At least a little, but they will remain.
  • gleb49
    gleb49 26 May 2013 10: 03
    10
    Many of Putin’s entourage have a stone in their bosom. Von Surkov paid for the opposition through Skolkovo, and how many oligarchs pay, and how many banks withdraw finances from Russia. Everywhere sabotage and betrayal.
  • Opera
    Opera 26 May 2013 10: 07
    +8
    Quote: Ragnarek
    why did you decide that she’s Putin’s biographer?

    Probably from the same that Venidiktov was offered to be Putin's confidant - phobia, mania. In general, the article is in the plane of psychiatry, or rather its pathological part. Based on what was written about the blockade, the fear of betrayal, the birth injuries of the city ... it is quite logical to assume that Gevorkyan herself is a victim of birth injury and all kinds of phobias. The topic of betrayal, as a typical Russian motive, speaks of the impossibility of applying therapeutic, and possibly surgical, treatment methods to the author. Fatality is utterly comprehensible!
    1. Ivan.
      Ivan. 26 May 2013 12: 39
      +8
      Quote: Oper
      In general, the article is in the plane of psychiatry, or rather its pathological part. Based on what was written about the blockade, the fear of betrayal, the birth injuries of the city ... it is quite logical to assume that Gevorkyan herself is a victim of birth injury and all kinds of phobias

      I noticed the essence! The remaining comments are reaction to the words used in the article. But the point is in the substitution of concepts and negative emotional coloring around Putin.
      "He suffers from an inability to trust people - or people," says N. Gevorkyan

      And since our thoughts and hopes revolve around him, this is directed specifically against us!
  • runway
    runway 26 May 2013 10: 23
    -3
    "He suffers from an inability to trust people - or people," says N. Gevorkyan.
    Of course, he understands that he has spoiled this very people. Here suffers is it because of this? Not visible on it smile Rather, really AFRAID. Afraid of the answer for the collapse of the country and the deaths of people from their rule. It can be seen that he is cowardly from the way he deals with ordinary people. Cowardly, as a rule, cruel (she drowned ..., give a two-piece ...). So now the general picture of his character looks like this: a cowardly, cruel, greedy and narcissistic villain.
    1. Grishka100watt
      Grishka100watt 26 May 2013 12: 33
      +2
      I would like to look at least with one peep at you.
      It is infrequent in our time to see such brave, kind, disinterested, self-critical and decent people.
      1. runway
        runway 26 May 2013 16: 18
        -3
        If you see, you risk without an eye and stay. You don’t have to write so many kind words about me. I do not like sneaks and bitters. Therefore, do not comment on my findings. You may not agree with them. Argument if you can.
        1. Grishka100watt
          Grishka100watt 26 May 2013 16: 59
          +3
          And you, I look, do not hesitate to write direct insults to strangers, right?

          There is an argument, but I will show it in person, God willing.
          1. runway
            runway 26 May 2013 20: 34
            -1
            Will give. Then he will catch up, and will give it again.
          2. sergo0000
            sergo0000 26 May 2013 20: 47
            +2
            Grishka100watt
            Such pimples Grigory, only behind the "clave" are brave and sexual giants. Therefore, you should not pay attention to such. In real life, everything is much more prosaic! winked
            1. Grishka100watt
              Grishka100watt 26 May 2013 20: 53
              0
              it’s not worth paying attention to such people. In real life, everything is much more prosaic!

              yes hi
            2. runway
              runway 27 May 2013 15: 59
              -3
              Think anything - I put it on you and you hi
    2. Tverichanka
      Tverichanka 27 May 2013 00: 31
      -3
      Quote: piston
      Ra looks like this: cowardly, cruel, greedy and

      Have you looked in the mirror for a long time?
  • annenkov242
    annenkov242 26 May 2013 11: 03
    +1
    At this difficult historical stage, we don’t have any trump cards, black-haired, Germans and others like that, obvious traitors in power — Putin’s merit. This gives hope, without which it is difficult to live.
    1. Genady1976
      Genady1976 26 May 2013 12: 47
      +3
      and how much is left saffron alone which costs
    2. ozs
      ozs 26 May 2013 14: 24
      +4
      but we had Serdyukov, he stands ten
  • Airman
    Airman 26 May 2013 11: 52
    +4
    Putin's biggest mistake is that he trusts only “his own”, places “his” people everywhere. But matchmaking and nepotism have never led to any good. You need to trust SPECIALISTS more than successful MANAGERS in collapse and sales. Anecdote of 2 words: Chubais - nanotechnology.
  • Apologet insane
    Apologet insane 26 May 2013 12: 05
    0
    By the way, the British newspaper writes that Putin refused to supply S-300 to Syria at the request of Israel.


    http://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/news/world_news/Europe/article1264976.ece
    1. Genady1976
      Genady1976 26 May 2013 12: 52
      -1
      I knew the Israeli spy gdp
    2. djon3volta
      djon3volta 26 May 2013 12: 54
      0
      Quote: Apologet Insane
      The British newspaper writes that Putin refused to supply Syria's S-300 at the request of Israel.

      a specific question - do you believe what is written there? My answer is - I do not believe.
      1. Genady1976
        Genady1976 26 May 2013 12: 57
        +3
        I don't believe bits either
      2. ozs
        ozs 26 May 2013 14: 27
        0
        And so you believe in only what you want to believe?
        You know, I would rather be surprised if Russia delivered the S-300, but what they can refuse is quite obvious. There Iran has already thrown one at the complexes, which also prevents Syria from being thrown.
  • Chicot 1
    Chicot 1 26 May 2013 12: 26
    +3
    Everyone is afraid of betrayal. So Putin is not at all alone here ... But I just don't understand one thing - what is the connection between the tragic events of the blockade of Leningrad and the formation of Putin's worldview? .. By God, this already reminds of a thriller-like Hollywood scenario a la "Dr. Hannibal Lector", not serious biographical analytics ...
    And on this material "minus". No offense ...
  • Genady1976
    Genady1976 26 May 2013 12: 32
    0
    if YOU deliver for GDP + no hedgehogs then +
    1. Orchestrarant
      Orchestrarant 26 May 2013 13: 03
      +2
      I am against, put two pluses! +++ laughing
  • djon3volta
    djon3volta 26 May 2013 13: 05
    -2
    On the side of Putin, the FSB, the army and the police. He has strength and power. Russia is one of the four most powerful states in the world. Russia is a powerful nuclear superpower, only one Russia can theoretically destroy 17 times the entire population of the globe! objectively, Putin is stronger. He was recognized as the most influential person on the planet. He is considered the most influential because he brings his will to life, ignoring anyone!
    1. Genady1976
      Genady1976 26 May 2013 13: 16
      0
      and first of all with the people tongue
      The minimum wage is officially approved. From January 1, 2013 it will amount to 5 rubles. Vladimir Putin signed the corresponding Federal Law of December 205, 03.12.2012 No. 232-FZ. wassat
      you would pay yourself so much
      1. Grishka100watt
        Grishka100watt 26 May 2013 13: 37
        -2
        But what, after the collapse of the USSR, was there more?
        Do not like it - go work fine, good, there are opportunities.

        AAAAA, I don’t feel like working, do you want to write on flood forums?
        Well, they probably won’t be able to help you with anything, except in the old grandfather’s way - a slap in the face, because no, now they can put him for such a thing.
        Ugh, again Putin is to blame, he doesn’t let liberals be taught ...
      2. djon3volta
        djon3volta 26 May 2013 13: 40
        -7
        Quote: Genady1976
        From January 1, 2013 it will amount to 5 rubles.

        the year before last I talked with one man, his wife works in a hospital, don’t know who, a nurse, I say how much she gets? 4000 thousand .. I say yes, not enough .. he answers, but she’s just working for the sake of experience, I’m I bring 80-90 thousand in the north. Here you answer me, is it really three of them (+ 1 child) 80 + 4 thousand for a month is not enough? And how much is enough! She spends her 4 thousand for a rent, and they spend 80 thousand for they live a month, then he leaves again for a month for the next 80-90 thousand.
        so don’t think that those who get 5 thousand live on these 5 thousand))) here you can get 5 thousand, and your wife is 20 thousand, or vice versa. I haven’t seen such people in REAL ONE or ONE living on 5 I heard thousands, but I didn’t see it in my eyes.
        1. Genady1976
          Genady1976 26 May 2013 13: 53
          +3
          full of such and not all husbands in the north some of their husbands do not have at all
          6000t per month
          Yes, even the tax of flesh with entih money MONEY
        2. ozs
          ozs 26 May 2013 14: 33
          +3
          Well, you probably live in some other Russia?
          For example, come at least to the same Bryansk, Smolensk will be unpleasantly surprised by the level of salary.
          And as I understand it, you think the normal salary is 5205 rubles.?
          Yes?
          1. Grishka100watt
            Grishka100watt 26 May 2013 14: 43
            -1
            I do not think. I see that those who wanted to live normally live normally. And, do not believe it, they even drive foreign cars.
            And, often, with an official salary of 5205 rubles, by the way.
            And who does not want to deny themselves at all - they go on a shift. Work is necessary, not whining!
            1. Genady1976
              Genady1976 26 May 2013 14: 59
              +5
              Well, everyone can’t go on duty, someone must work as a janitor
              Quote: Grishka100watt

              And, often, with an official salary of 5205 rubles, by the way.

              So they steal?
              1. djon3volta
                djon3volta 26 May 2013 15: 08
                -4
                Genady1976 и ozs write your salaries how much you earn or receive per month.
                please write for yourself. are you satisfied with your salaries? are you two happy with your salaries? SPECIFICALLY you two!
                1. Genady1976
                  Genady1976 26 May 2013 15: 16
                  +4
                  I do not have poverty 16 949,43-tax 2 203,00
                  and about piling say djon3volta (2)
                  1. djon3volta
                    djon3volta 26 May 2013 15: 35
                    -5
                    Quote: Genady1976
                    I do not misery

                    why are you complaining since you are not in poverty?
                2. ozs
                  ozs 26 May 2013 15: 23
                  +4
                  No, I am not happy with my salary of 20 thousand. At our price level, they give only the opportunity to stretch to the next salary, denying myself much.

                  It only saves that it is the only source of income.
                  1. ozs
                    ozs 26 May 2013 15: 46
                    +1
                    It only saves that it is not the only source of income.
                  2. djon3volta
                    djon3volta 26 May 2013 15: 51
                    -5
                    Quote: ozs
                    No, I'm not happy with my salary of 20 thousand.

                    honestly? I'm also not very happy with my earnings. but why don't I whine and whine about it? what do you think?
                    that’s what will change if I whine and howl that I earn little or earn something? Will something change from my whining? I think that nothing will change. Nothing at all. Why? Why nothing will change if I whine, I’m thinking about this issue what
                    maybe the Russians have such a character trait, endure all difficulties and hardships. because the Russian spirit is only so tempered!
                    In general, what can I add - endure the Cossack, you’ll be the chieftain yes
                    1. ozs
                      ozs 26 May 2013 16: 12
                      +2
                      And where did you see here that someone is aching about s / n.
                      You asked who receives how much.

                      People are not happy not s / n. But the level of corruption, the disgusting attitude of officials (they consider the people to be their subjects), the irresponsibility of the authorities (which is why they miss Stalin), the increase in housing and communal services prices, while the quality is falling, people do not understand how gasoline can rise in price in a country that is a leader in oil production , people don’t like that the history is being copied, that from future generations they bring up not patriots, but n *** rastov in pants and a credit iPhone in their hands. And so you can go on for a very long time. But you will never agree that the authorities are to blame. Anything you can think of is that it’s all bears, that it’s the west, etc. But you will not agree with reality in any way.

                      There I’m here a little higher with one comrade to such an agreement that he had nothing left to do but simply call me a troll, but there’s never to be a reality.

                      Quote: Grishka100watt
                      And the fact that now the army is being restored is already a piece of the conquered sovereignty, and Putin is credited with this.


                      Quote: Grishka100watt
                      The reform of Serdyukov was destructive and was conceived in the west.
                    2. Babon
                      Babon 26 May 2013 23: 01
                      -1
                      I think that nothing will change. Nothing at all. And why? Why nothing will change if whining, I’m thinking about this question what

                      Eugene, iron logic! Well, after such arguments, do you argue with you?
  • fisherman
    fisherman 26 May 2013 13: 18
    +3
    The government does not solve problems; it finances them.
  • lecturer
    lecturer 26 May 2013 13: 57
    0
    If you look at the book "From the First Person" from the present time, the journalist says, many things become obvious, in particular, how V. Putin feared betrayal. "A gloomy atmosphere of mistrust ... - reads an article published by the American edition.

    And here, "Americanization"!
    But if you look at the BIBLE BOOK, it will become clear to EVERYONE that the TRAITING (of Judas) ... what has led to ?! So, dear author, And to you an appeal (similar) from the same Book "do not judge (the president) and you will not be tried!"
    1. sergo0000
      sergo0000 26 May 2013 21: 15
      0
      lecturerAnd what did you expect!? Now only the lazy will not kick like a president. hi For some reason, the leader of the country is always to blame for all of our personal troubles. Only with all my dislike for a nosy and tolerant Europe, I give them their due judgment in judgments about their leaders. Only an ordinary tax-strangled citizen takes to the streets with banners in his hands criticism of the government and the president in particular! Either the policy of tolerance of his state goes completely beyond the bounds of decency. In all other respects, the person there blames himself and his laziness. The mentality and independence of the citizen.
  • ia-ai00
    ia-ai00 26 May 2013 14: 26
    +4
    COSMOS (1) KZ
    Quote: nick 1 and 2
    And to whom to take! Are there repressive organs?

    Do you want, go to the swamp, do not want, do not go to the polls.


    So what??? "Friends" are "leading" to the swamp because of the boom, not to go to the polls ... - and who will come to power? Tell me, please! And what will happen to the country later?
    1. ozs
      ozs 26 May 2013 14: 38
      -2
      If the swamps come to power, the collapse of Russia will follow, well, practically the same as it was with the USSR. Only in a more monstrous form. And if the previous course on the destruction of the Soviet heritage remains, then the same thing is only extended in time.
      The latest reforms are trying to make us a typical western man in the street, but there is no place for Russia in the Western world.
      1. djon3volta
        djon3volta 26 May 2013 15: 11
        -2
        Quote: ozs
        And if the previous course on the destruction of the Soviet heritage remains, then the same thing is only extended in time

        I’ll ask my favorite question - when will Putin break up Russia? Write a specific date for me, at least a year when I’m listening to you carefully.
        1. ozs
          ozs 26 May 2013 15: 33
          -1
          Well, you estimate how much capital buildings can stand without maintenance. How long will oil last? After how many years will the generation of people educated in Soviet times finally retire? In how many years will the United States complete its missile defense and push through a nuclear zero treaty? This is how much the current government will draw. When these factors are fulfilled, then the current government, which is completely controlled by the Western elite, will be needed.

          I think that in the next 10-15 years with Russia the issue will be finally resolved. Yes, I want to hope that there will be leaders and get the country out of shit. But unfortunately the turmoil has been going on for more than 20 years. But such a prolonged collapse of development in the history of Russia has not been since the time of the Tatars.
          1. Yarosvet
            Yarosvet 26 May 2013 15: 58
            +2
            Quote: ozs
            I think that in the next 10-15 years with Russia the issue will be finally resolved.

            Dmitry - remember the 20/20 program? After all, all the demagogy for the 20th year is imprisoned.
            1. ozs
              ozs 26 May 2013 19: 11
              0
              So he speaks beautifully, only he does the opposite.
              He says it is necessary to strengthen defenses and then immediately appoints Serdyukov to my post. Says it is necessary to raise the industry and then here you have a WTO gift. And so with everything that he undertakes and what he is talking about.
              1. Yarosvet
                Yarosvet 26 May 2013 19: 57
                +2
                Quote: ozs
                So he speaks beautifully, only he does the opposite.

                In fact of the matter. And at the same time, everything is being adjusted to the 20th year - why, this is the question? Whether a serious zvezdo has been appointed for this time.
                1. Genady1976
                  Genady1976 26 May 2013 20: 07
                  0
                  here are those times left that garbage 2 Winter Olympics and belay crying pi -----------------------------
                2. ozs
                  ozs 26 May 2013 20: 15
                  +2
                  Nasruddin says that he once argued with the emir of Bukhara that he would teach his donkey theology in such a way that the donkey would know him no worse than the emir himself. It takes a purse of gold and twenty years of time. If he does not fulfill the conditions of the dispute - a head from his shoulders. Nasruddin is not afraid of imminent execution: “After all, in twenty years,” he says, “one of the three of us will surely die - either the emir, or the donkey, or me. And then go figure it out who knew theology better! ”
                  1. Yarosvet
                    Yarosvet 26 May 2013 22: 07
                    0
                    ozs

                    Our situevina is somewhat different, the West has been in a great hurry since the 90s - Iraq, Libya, the "Arab Spring".

                    It will be especially "fun" if Polevanov is right with his version: http://www.dynacon.ru/content/articles/527/
          2. djon3volta
            djon3volta 26 May 2013 16: 09
            +1
            Quote: ozs
            How long will oil last?

            oil will end not only in Russia by then, I assure you!
            on explored gas reserves in Russia for 200 years ahead + unexplored deposits. so no panic.
            Quote: ozs
            After how many years will the generation of people educated in Soviet times finally retire?

            I’ll just give you ONE example, about the nuclear center in Sarov, students who ALREADY WORK in Sarov study there, and new students on nuclear technologies are released every year. There was a report on TV. This is only ONE example.
            Quote: ozs
            In how many years will the United States complete its missile defense and push through a nuclear zero treaty?

            What is the use of their missile defense? You know, like everyone else in the "tank", that this missile defense is just dust in the eyes.
            Quote: ozs
            I think that in the next 10-15 years with Russia the issue will be finally resolved.

            Well, this is YOU think, this is your PERSONAL opinion. I don’t think so, from the prevailing situation in the country and the world, I am more and more convinced that by 2020 another state will cease to exist in its previous form, it is on a different continent .. hi
            1. ozs
              ozs 26 May 2013 16: 20
              0
              Yes, but in addition to oil, our government has not learned anything to sell so well. Gas, yes, but it has a slightly different demand.
              You correctly said on proven reserves, but mostly explored during the Soviet era. Who will be scouting them now, a Fursenkov graduate with his bachelor's degree? Strongly doubt that he is scouting.

              I’ll just give you ONE example, about the nuclear center in Sarov, students who ALREADY WORK in Sarov study there, and new students on nuclear technologies are released every year. There was a report on TV. This is only ONE example.
              Yes, but whoever will make new weapons, the old one will become unusable, and what does not become unusable will go to the Bulgarian, an example is the same BZHRK.

              What is the use of their missile defense? You know, like everyone else in the "tank", that this missile defense is just dust in the eyes.
              Zilch is from a massive retaliatory strike, and from single volleys just go. What are we actually going to with these START and INF.
              1. djon3volta
                djon3volta 26 May 2013 19: 10
                -1
                Quote: ozs
                and explored mainly during the USSR

                do you think it was necessary to burn all the intelligence cards of the USSR in 1991 in order to start reconnaissance of deposits, and shoot witnesses? they say the Union collapsed and scout. Was the USSR located on another continent? Or was it someone else's intelligence? But they mined gold in ancient Russia? , and now what to say - THIS IS UNDER KING GUIDON THE GOLD OPENED!
                Quote: ozs
                Who will be scouting them now, a Fursenkov graduate with his bachelor's degree? Strongly doubt that he is scouting.

                Fursinskiy, as you put it, graduates at mathematical olympiads still occupy first places, Russian hackers are recognized as the best in the world, and they are not 40 years old, but 20 roughly. So you don’t need to row all under one comb. Our programmers all over the world valued, and not only those who studied in the USSR, but also the current one.
                Quote: ozs
                Yes, but whoever will make new weapons, the old will become worthless

                there is someone to do it! do, the elders pass on secrets to young graduate students and professors. it’s just that such news is not advertised every day, why is it necessary? Russia has nothing to stamp with tens of thousands of poisonous heads for, it’s enough to have several hundred new ones, + thousands in warehouses + Tactical Poison charges are ready-made, which are kept secret from everyone, and from the United States too, they don’t know how much we have them.
                Quote: ozs
                and from single volleys just go. What are we actually going to with these START and INF.

                I want to see how brave Americans will walk around my city wassat Only this will never happen! Only a suicide will attack the nuclear power first, only a suicide !!!
        2. baltika-18
          baltika-18 26 May 2013 17: 24
          -1
          Quote: djon3volta
          I’ll ask my favorite question - when will Putin break up Russia? Write a specific date for me, at least a year when I’m listening to you carefully.

          Eugene, I already answered you this question. You think I am not, I am, eternal and unchanging. I will answer again.
          Putin will not ruin the country. After a year, a maximum of two he will not.
          Good luck, little Papuan Umboi Manam.
          1. Orchestrarant
            Orchestrarant 26 May 2013 17: 30
            0
            Do you bet? Give up to 24 years!? am
      2. SPACE
        SPACE 26 May 2013 21: 25
        +1
        Quote: ozs
        If the swamps come to power, the collapse of Russia will follow.

        Quote: ozs
        And if the previous course for the destruction of the Soviet heritage remains, then the same thing is only extended in time.

        Horrible end or endless horror. You are so bad and so, all the same bad. Would you already decide what you still need? laughing
    2. SPACE
      SPACE 26 May 2013 21: 10
      +1
      Quote: ia-ai00
      So what??? "Friends" are "leading" to the swamp because of the boom, not to go to the polls ... - and who will come to power? Tell me, please! And what will happen to the country later?

      If you are asking me a question, then I myself would like to know from them what they count on and hope for? For me it looks like a suicide, even if it was unconscious, but by stupidity, which is even more stupid in itself. I am guessing.
  • rus9875
    rus9875 26 May 2013 15: 22
    +3
    The article was published in the Washington Post "And do you want to see an objective reflection of reality? The lady who wrote the book about Putin is called" Putin's biographer "- so that readers decide that she is almost from his inner circle. The article was written not for people living in Russia, but for Americans who have a very vague idea of ​​what is really going on in our country As usual, the Americans and our liberals, who are in their support, try to pass off their wishful thinking -Putin is portrayed as some kind of hybrid of Ivan the Terrible with Stalin, who sits in the Kremlin, shaking with fear in front of his people and intrigues against all progressive humanity (that is, all the same liberals and their patrons) For sane readers, this is simply ridiculous, for those who always have Putin to blame for everything, this is another reason to be fooled about this topic - this is perfectly visible from the comments
  • Arthurian
    Arthurian 26 May 2013 16: 04
    +5
    "The president is afraid of betrayal"

    not only he, I am also afraid that he will be betrayed.
  • regsSSSR
    regsSSSR 26 May 2013 16: 07
    +4
    read the article and come to the conclusion the farther into the forest the more angry the partisans! article minus did not like it! ... The psychological trauma of the city, the article notes, left its mark on V. Putin. but this quote is already complete nonsense that they want to say that because of the besieged Leningrad, Putin became so embittered, stopped believing everyone and now takes revenge for all of RUSSIA !!! rather, on the contrary, people who have experienced such a horror become stronger and stronger in spirit and unity! N. Gevorkyan also expressed her opinion as to why V. Putin came to power. According to her, he was never "an ambitious careerist", but with this quote I say well, it's rather a plus than a minus! he looks like a person who accidentally fell into power and at first even appointed what to do with it, but gradually gained experience in management !! V. Putin fears betrayal most of all: according to the journalist, this is "the central theme in his worldview." But with this we have a complete order in our history)) and Stalin and even Ivan the Terrible and even Peter 1 were most of all afraid of betrayal from the old days of like-minded people !! but here's a catch all three dictatorships played by the rules they created themselves, it was easier for them, they sowed fear around themselves and it was a very efiktivny control system !! But Putin has to play not by his own, but by general rules, potamu, as vaguely what kind of democracy, and albeit illusory but freedom of action, and this is much more complicated and much less effective when governing the country, there are a lot of undercover wars that are invisible to the eye and various intrigues in the inside intrigue vobschem nepozaviduesh Putin honestly cooks in all this! (Would you have tried such a thing under Stalin? and where would you be looking for Shas, well, you yourself know))) Putin is certainly a very contradictory figure and it is very difficult to treat him unambiguously and how he will treat him in general is still not clear, especially to his entourage !! Is it really such a secret path to the prosperity of Russia, or is it a double game still unclear and personally, this question torments me most of all? but this is already affecting the KGB school and there, as you know, the doubles were definitely not prepared !!!
  • place
    place 26 May 2013 16: 42
    0
    If the GDP lived honestly and at least would breed its own Allegarchy, then there would be nothing to fear. He took a course against his people, created spawn in Russia, now he’s afraid, but the people still have to answer, be afraid - do not be afraid ...
    1. rus9875
      rus9875 26 May 2013 16: 56
      +4
      for a start, it would not hurt to master, at least at the level of a fifth-grader, the elementary grammar of the language spoken by the people on whose behalf you are trying to "call to account"
      1. Grishka100watt
        Grishka100watt 26 May 2013 17: 02
        0
        What are you, what are you))))
        Minus to you)))

        Just kidding, keep a plus.
  • Galinanp
    Galinanp 26 May 2013 16: 43
    +2
    The opinion of this lady is beginning to end-nonsense. Custom delirium.
  • Karah
    Karah 26 May 2013 17: 06
    +2
    This makes no sense...
  • ia-ai00
    ia-ai00 26 May 2013 17: 23
    +2
    COSMOS (1) KZ
    Quote: Orchestra
    Answer no matter what! Cosmonaut, damn it!

    In addition to the physical universe, there is also an informational universe, the Internet if that ...


    "... informational universe, Internet"... amused ...
    1. SPACE
      SPACE 26 May 2013 21: 28
      0
      Quote: ia-ai00
      "... the information universe, the Internet" ... amused ...

      But I spoke in all seriousness, but what made you so amused? Share, we can laugh together. laughing
      1. ia-ai00
        ia-ai00 26 May 2013 21: 35
        +1
        It just turned out that the Internet is sort of the whole UNIVERSE! Well, I saw the text like that and it made me laugh. Do not be offended!
        1. SPACE
          SPACE 26 May 2013 21: 48
          +1
          Quote: ia-ai00
          Well, I saw the text like that and it made me laugh. Do not be offended!

          Yes, what are you offending about? laughing I just think that there is a material world, what we are doing. The second is informational, what we say, think. Vobschem philosophy, metaphysics. love
          1. ia-ai00
            ia-ai00 26 May 2013 22: 27
            +1
            thanks for flower!
  • djon3volta
    djon3volta 26 May 2013 17: 29
    +2
    just like that !!!

    The cat left the kittens.
    This is Putin's fault.
    The hare was thrown by the mistress.
    Guilty Guess!
    Here ends the board
    The poor bull.
    Our Tanya is crying loudly.
    Near Putin, not otherwise.
    The light went out, the fence fell,
    The car stalled motor
    Healthy tooth removed
    Ile climbed into the apartment thief
    Did not like the movie,
    You have come to r ... but.
    Any cataclysm
    One explanation:
    Every democrat knows
    This is Putin's fault!

    http://nstarikov.ru/blog/14938

    I allow myself to copy other people's comments)))

    Absolutely, Putin is not only accused of the Flood and the Mongol-Tatar invasion, but this is not far off ...
    1. djon3volta
      djon3volta 26 May 2013 17: 31
      +3
      They say hell in Russia is Putin's fault
      World finance recession, it's Putin to blame
      Banned gay parade, Putin is to blame
      They allowed a gay parade, Putin is also to blame
      We stand on the Moscow Ring Road day and night. Putin is to blame ...
      Dying old and young, It's Putin's fault.
      Muammar toppled to hell It's Putin's fault.
      Daughters of the kindergarten were shut down. This is Putin's fault.
      The printer is eating paper, bastard, This is Putin's fault.
      Entered the push - a terrible stenchThis is Putin's fault.
      Anji is buying everyone in a row. It's Putin's fault.
      Barca's recession is brewing, it's Putin's fault.
      The boss yells for six days in a row. It's Putin's fault.
      Drunk sivuha grunt glad Putin is to blame.
      Pioneers walk in a row It's Putin to blame.
      Volochkova gave birth to Putin’s business ...
      I played roulette ... I lost VVP, you let us down!
      On the stage, Phil is dancing. So, he plows on Volodya.
      If bad with Buduna, it's Putin's fault
      At work, the boss fool is Putin's cant
      Stepped in shit, comrade? Putin is to blame
      100 rubles per kilowatt Putin is to blame
      Do not save to the camera? Putin is to blame
      From old women you hear a mat! Putin is to blame
      There is a rollback and then a rollback Putin is again to blame
      Summer in Sochi, snow and city Putin is to blame
      Fucked by a woman and not happy It's Putin's fault
      Girlfriend's loose ass is Putin's fault
      Salted forgot saladVova Putin is to blame
      It's a terrible city in the yard, it's Putin's fault
      Yanukovych vile reptile Putin is to blame
      Crap squad, it's Putin's fault
      Kids on the kids kid. It's Putin's fault.
      Moishe is frying piglets. Putin is to blame.
      Glitches from mushrooms? Vova Putin is to blame
      Everyone farts from peas, Putin is to blame
      After vodka, a cloudy look is again Putin's fault
      Katechs fly from the sky, it's Putin's fault
      The news lies to us again, Putin is right there
      Butyrate instead of whiskey, it's Putin's fault
      Pig goose is not comrade, Putin is to blame
      You rode seven in the ass, Putin is to blame
      The bug gave birth to chicks. It's Putin's fault.
      My brother is getting old. It's Putin's fault!
      I have a dangerous look -This is Putin's fault!
      I have a charge in my point. It's Putin's fault!
      Something's hair hurts. It's Putin's fault!
      My watch is standing. It's Putin's fault!
      Time doesn’t bring back-This is Putin's fault!
      Poor author drank poison-This is Putin's fault!
      Now, friends, castrato, Putin is to blame for this!
      There was heaven in heaven - hell became Putin is to blame.
      Our deputy is stealing, Putin is to blame.
      The “hard” ruble began to decline. Putin is to blame.
      Jihad is threatening us. It's Putin's fault.
      Weapons flew into dust. It's Putin's fault.
      A friend went to the construction battalion. It's Putin's fault.
      The kids didn’t find the treasure. This is Putin's fault.
      Grandfather soaked grandfather, Putin is to blame.
      Scooter broke, Putin is to blame.
      Put out the starfall It's Putin's fault.
      Suddenly the waterfall dried up. It's Putin's fault.
      They cut down the apple trees. It's Putin's fault.
      Seems grandma grandfather debauchery, Putin is to blame.
      It bothers. - Dirty grapes. It's Putin's fault.
      October squad died This is Putin's fault.
      1. djon3volta
        djon3volta 26 May 2013 17: 33
        0
        Fucked the hit parade It's Putin's fault.
        If you drank a jack, it’s Putin's fault.
        He also drank a pea jacket. This is Putin's fault.
        Laziness from the couch to move the ass –This is Putin's fault.
        Behind the wall heard mat - This is Putin's fault.
        It became too much you horn-Putin is to blame for this.
        What a shitty certificate, Putin is also to blame.
        The whole porch by someone zassat - This is Putin's fault.
        If you are unshaven, shag -This is Putin's fault.
        Do not give a spouse in the ass? Putin is again to blame!
        Your neighbor and bastardPuten is also blameworthy ..
        Abrygal you sofa Again Vovan is to blame.
        I’m always in shit, this is Puten guilty!
        Hanging up for drunk, I'm drunk. Vova is again to blame.
        It happened, I'm married, Putin is to blame.
        My wife has a younger brother. It's Putin's fault.
        Cracks vodka like a bastard Putin is to blame.
        A couple of glasses and the debate "Putin is to blame for everything!"
        For a tomato meal, Putin is again to blame.
        And after a liter, the face in the salad, damn it, Putin is to blame.
        I will send relatives to hell Putin will be to blame.
        Neighbor Cat Castrato Putin is to blame.
        Guards are beaten by gopes - guilty Putin. Oops!
        I'm not happy with graphomania, Putin is to blame.
        The fact that life is not chocolate, Putin is to blame.
        Fall. Snow is coming soon. It's Putin's fault.
        Once again, the pressure drop, Putin is to blame.
        The fact that the goose is not a pig is a brother, Putin is also to blame.
        Rat poison poisoned with grief, It's Putin's fault.
        Even in the morgue - a fierce blat, Putin is to blame.
        Even children know this, Puten is responsible for everything!
        There is no gas in Belarus? Putin is to blame, infection
        He doesn’t go to synd people? Volodya is to blame for everything
        Are you mod happy and not happy? Putin is to blame
        A hundred fights, but there is no fashion? Immediately Putin to the answer.
        Won the cartoon in the lottery? Putin's blame soon!
        Were you a kilnil late at night? This is Putin’s intrigue!
        Snip smears for the hundredth time? Putin is to blame!
        Rhymes do not exist in the verse of the past? But it sounded like it went to the fact that there is no freedom of speech Guilty Putin Vova
        Is Creo Morty dumb? Putin is to blame again !!!
        1. ia-ai00
          ia-ai00 26 May 2013 18: 37
          0
          Exactly! Song from dermokrats, liberasts and others "human rights activists"!
          1. Joker
            Joker 26 May 2013 21: 44
            +2
            John, I don’t understand, you still don’t understand why the site criticizes Putin? They criticize him for not having enough active actions from him, that's all and blunders, like with Serdyukov, spoil his reputation. That is the reason. It’s just that the people are already bored with waiting, I want to see real steps and changes, they would put Serdyuk on board and many wouldn’t criticize him so much, Chubais is sitting in Rosnano, what is he sitting there? That is Putin’s mistake.
        2. Babon
          Babon 27 May 2013 02: 02
          -2
          djon3volta
          Eugene, are you a believer?
          1. ia-ai00
            ia-ai00 29 May 2013 19: 37
            0
            Although the question is not for me, but I do not understand, where does the believer or not?
          2. Babon
            Babon 30 May 2013 03: 26
            0
            And besides, do not create an idol for yourself, there is such a thing in religion. At any. Well, Putin has done a lot, but one should not ignore the impunity of the Chubais and Serdyukovs. New ones have grown - Dvorkovich, etc. Already the path to Putin has been trodden, enough to idealize him. And the authorities should also be criticized, otherwise they are already stuck. Criticism should be constant. I see what Putin did, but I see what he did not do. It is necessary to go to the army and feel that you have to answer for the words. In the army, they quickly "cure" from idle talk. I left the army in 2001 and returned from the army in 2001, but not on my own two feet, they brought me, I encouraged myself so much. After treatment, from injury.
  • Grishka100watt
    Grishka100watt 26 May 2013 17: 32
    +1
    This is how "the formation of public opinion" looks like, friends.
    Here they are, NGOs nearby, you can see with your own eyes yes
  • Orchestrarant
    Orchestrarant 26 May 2013 17: 38
    -1
    Give the Darkest until 2024! Mordor steers! fellow
  • I never do it
    I never do it 26 May 2013 17: 42
    +2
    Let's start with the fact that today, he (V.V. Putin) is really much more competent than anyone who is here, according to the state of affairs in the country and the interstate position of Russia, in the world ....

    Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin is a logical-sensory extravert. If you string his line of reasoning on a thread that he pursues in his political activity, then there is nothing other than self-PR in his speeches. “I am pleased with the result of my work,” he says. It does not pass and adds six months: - “We must recognize the activity of the state as ineffective.” He leaves himself aside. Listen to his speeches. I could spit on every word in his sentences, not excluding punctuation marks. Saliva, the truth is not enough.
    A simple example: he considers the purchase of shares in British Petroleum a great achievement for his administration. This is the one that crap in the Gulf of Mexico. It tempts me to ask - what do we have to do with it? With money from the state budget, it will be clear who will shoot the foam, but no one has built peace and prosperity in the country on the handouts from "democracy". And, I would be wary, knowing the dirty nature of the Anglo-Saxons, would oil become cheaper? Who will hit? You can go on indefinitely: the Arctic shelves, silver in the Atlantic, the Olympics - at a price of five, housing and communal services - it’s unknown what the tariffs are for, our judges are “dear” ... We are building, then nomenclature socialism, then free capitalism, but we get all the time - (Kremlin? ) feudalism, with the creeps into the slave system. And he still hopes that he will build ships in shipyards for rubles, a hammer and a chisel, better than for the euro ... Uncle - ku ku?
    In the chatter that he breds with an unchanging smirk, there is nothing like that, except for the justification of the activities of a handful of people in the expropriation-privatization-theft (whoever you like) of Russia's wealth. But this is to the question whose puppet he is. Not the people of Russia - that's for sure ...
    1. Genady1976
      Genady1976 26 May 2013 19: 48
      -1
      and I have the same opinion good +
    2. nickname 1 and 2
      nickname 1 and 2 27 May 2013 11: 58
      +1
      Quote: I never
      Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin is a logical-sensory extravert.

      Pretending?
      Quote: I never
      A simple example: he considers the purchase of shares a great achievement of his administration

      But knowledge is not enough!
      (Okay, I’ll explain = the company's rare capacity, we have such power - it’s not foreseen for a long time + specialists)
      Quote: I never
      We are building, either nomenclature socialism, or free capitalism, but we get all the time - (Kremlin?) Feudalism, with the creeps into the slave system.

      Figured out? Smart? Maybe - Genius?
      What are you hiding? Are you weak in horsies?
      We can wait for you!
      And Putin V.V. maybe you will be incredibly happy!
  • individual
    individual 26 May 2013 18: 06
    +3
    Natalya Gevorgyan, In 2000 she performed (together with Natalya Timakova and Andrei Kolesnikov) the author of the first book about Putin - “From the first person. Conversations with Vladimir Putin. "
    Collaborated with the radio station "Echo of Moscow". He is currently a non-staff correspondent for the Dozhd TV channel in Paris.
    The article is clearly custom-made.
    The head of the Dozhd TV channel, Natalya Sindeeva, her editor-in-chief M. Zygar, Natalya Timakova, her husband A. Budberg, a political columnist for the "muddy" newspaper Moskovsky Komsomolets, Madame herself works as D. Medvedev's press secretary.
    This whole company of liberals is lobbying Medvedev's interests in countering the general policy line of President Putin.
    If you want more details, refer to "Search Engine", how the attempt to close the anti-Russian program failed, how D. Medvedev visited "Rain" and the "Satanic Sabbath" of the TV channel "Rain", - he stopped closing and D. Medvedev personally defended the dirt of "Rain" ...
  • ia-ai00
    ia-ai00 26 May 2013 18: 34
    +6
    Arthurian SU
    "The president is afraid of betrayal"

    not only he, I am also afraid that he will be betrayed.


    And I'm afraid! In the history of MANKIND, betrayal is all the time, and in countries of the same geyropa, I think there rulers are no less afraid "stab in the back"! So, together with the president, we must all be afraid of betrayal if they betray the president and the people are not greeted! And I want the FSB to work no worse than the KGB for the good of the country's security, to identify tsushnikov and punish them for treason.
  • bomg.77
    bomg.77 26 May 2013 21: 18
    -2
    After Stalin’s death, Putin is the only adequate head of Russia and people understand this. If you look at the history of Russia in the 500 period, it turns out that there were only 4 heads of state who could manage it, These are: Grozny, Peter the Great, Catherine the Great, and Stalin. Everyone else the rulers tried to keep what they did, some better than others worse. Maybe Putin will succeed in becoming fifth.
  • spirit
    spirit 26 May 2013 21: 38
    0
    the main criterion in power is "their people" and, better, relatives! therefore, for example, if the VV for the position of the Ministry of Defense is offered 2 candidates, let's say:
    1) super professional 5 higher educations, 3hero of Russia, patriot, title millennium intelligence wassat ) BUT a man from Staron
    2) the director of a furniture factory, who does not understand a damn thing in this area of ​​the NOOOO (he is his own man, relatives, buddy)
    guess who will choose the GDP? correctly laughing
    and why?? also correct, read the article title)
    1. Airman
      Airman 28 May 2013 13: 06
      -1
      Quote: spirit
      the main criterion in power is "their people" and, better, relatives! therefore, for example, if the VV for the position of the Ministry of Defense is offered 2 candidates, let's say:
      1) super professional 5 higher educations, 3hero of Russia, patriot, title millennium intelligence wassat ) BUT a man from Staron
      2) the director of a furniture factory, who does not understand a damn thing in this area of ​​the NOOOO (he is his own man, relatives, buddy)
      guess who will choose the GDP? correctly laughing
      and why?? also correct, read the article title)


      Now imagine the situation: Putin needs to fly to the SU-27UB, two pilots - Kharchevsky and a young lieutenant-relative. That's right, life is more expensive. There should be no rule in politics and government.
  • Vtel
    Vtel 26 May 2013 21: 39
    0
    V. Putin is most afraid of betrayal

    It would even be strange not to be afraid, since the environment in the Kremlin did not change after Comrade. Stalin, only with him it thinned a little, for which the current liberal environment terribly does not like him. Apparently there is something for that - even the VVP itself remembered him as 37th. And at the "kindergarten", if the "teacher" starts singing to the "children" the wrong songs and in the wrong theme, then the "children" can throw "toys" at him, and you know it - it hurts. In short, the Cheka does not sleep.
  • RussischGenosse
    RussischGenosse 26 May 2013 22: 57
    0
    I think this is normal, for people with such opportunities the fear is that whoever he doesn’t, will ever betray him. Ordinary people have this fear, and what can we say about the rulers.