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Western challenge of Eurasian integration

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Western challenge of Eurasian integrationRecently, official Warsaw and Stockholm, seeking to act informally, have taken a number of steps to consolidate success in the East in order to acquire new trump cards for the forthcoming Eastern Partnership summit in Vilnius in November 2013, dedicated to the development of a common European policy in the East. According to the EU representative for foreign policy and security policy Catherine Ashton, this summit will be “a serious reason to talk about the deepening of relations” between the EU and the Eastern Partnership countries. This is supported by the fact that it is planned to be visited by the heads of all countries of the European Union.


The Eastern Partnership, initiated by Washington and Brussels, appeared at the behest of Warsaw and Stockholm soon after the collapse of the Georgian aggression in Ossetia. In fact, it became a kind of continuation of GUAM, which in August 2008 demonstrated its military and political inconsistency. The participation of Belarus and Armenia (not included in GUAM) is an attempt at a kind of “revenge” for Georgia’s military-political defeat. You can talk about the Eastern Partnership as one of the tools of energy colonialism, turning Russia into a raw materials appendage of the West, “crowding out” to the northeast of the Eurasian continent and creating a “sanitary” Black Sea-Baltic energy collector along its borders. Not without reason, “many in Russia believe that the Eastern Partnership is a kind of tracing paper from the concept of Adolf Hitler on“ expanding living space ”to the East.”

The main “operators” of the project in the north are Sweden, in the west are Poland, in the south are Nato Turkey. For Poland, with its "neo-harmonism" and the sympathies of Catholics, Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova are entrenched. Behind Turkey with its “neo-Uranism” - Azerbaijan, Georgia, Armenia (partly the Central Asian republics - unofficially, through personal business interests in Ankara of the ruling persons there, as is the case, for example, with Kirghizia). The Scandinavians, with the support of international structures such as the Soros Foundation, are deeply interested in Karelia, the Kola Isthmus, the islands of the Gulf of Finland, their mineral and forest resources, as well as countering Russia's plans in the Arctic.

Northern. The curator is Sweden, operating through Finland, conveniently located near the "northern capital" of St. Petersburg. Work is carried out using the following tools:

a) Finnish-speaking citizens of Finland who are closely connected with the political elite of Finland - officials openly expressing anti-Russian, revanchist views, such as Mikael Storsjo, patron of the Kavkaz Center terrorist website and the chairman of the board of the Pro-Caucasus association, convicted of the illegal transfer of dozens of terrorists, including Basayev’s relatives;

b) media structures, like the Kavkaz-Center website located in Sweden (it operated here before the transfer to Finland in 2004 and the site itself, officially recognized by the UN as a terrorist resource) and anti-Russian Finnish media activists (Kerkko Paananen, Ville Ropponen, Esa Makinen, Jukka Malonen, and others) supporting the “white-faced opposition” of Russia;

c) public structures such as the Pro-Caucasus Association, the Finnish-Russian Civic Forum (Finrosforum, Suomalais-venalainen kansalaisfoorumi) registered in Sweden, the Helsinki Group’s human-rights-oriented Helsinki group, Amnesty International, etc.

From the northern direction, which directly borders with Russia through Finland (from where “export of the revolution” and money for it from American and European bankers followed the similar tracing) from the American and European bankers, goes to 1917, funding is available and there is an attempt to unite all anti-Russian forces in Europe and Russia itself - from Chechen terrorists who organized the “Turkish transit” to the motley “belolentochnoy” opposition (supporters of Nemtsov, Navalny, Limonov, Kasparov, etc.).

West. Poland, which has no direct border with Russia (with the exception of the Kaliningrad enclave), operates along the perimeter of a broad geopolitical "arc." From Kaliningrad in the north (already called Warsaw diplomats "Krulevetz" - on the official website of the Consulate General of Poland) through Belarus and Ukraine, considered potentially "their" territories in the east, to the Crimea in the south.

In the Ukrainian-Moldavian direction, the ambitions of Warsaw, which has embarked on the creation of the fourth Commonwealth and having its own vision of the future lands of the right-bank Ukraine, largely coincide with the Romanian and Hungarian ones. Catholic Poland actually coordinates its policy with the same-faith Hungary, since their point of view on a number of positions coincides and complements each other, allowing them to develop a joint strategy. In the Belarusian direction, something similar (with a number of reservations) takes place with Latvians and Lithuania, including support through the Scandinavia of the pro-Western opposition in Minsk, which is understood by the “belolentochnikov” and officials sympathetic to them in Russia.

In the first half of 2013, the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR), which is the “European Union of Thought Industry”, conducting foreign policy and security analysis, noted Poland in five areas of foreign policy. Poland is recognized as the leader in the implementation of joint projects within NATO and the Joint Security Policy and awarded praise for a visa policy for Russia, Ukraine and Moldova, and its foreign policy for the “most democratization activity” of Belarus. Radoslaw Sikorski, Polish Foreign Minister, after discussing the implementation of the Eastern Partnership programs at a meeting of EU foreign ministers in Brussels, reported (18.02.2013) that his country's eastern policy was accompanied by numerous successes, saying: “Pay attention to the fact that with our Eastern partners we are talking about association agreements, not about war. Today, “Vostok” is a place where Europe conducts a successful policy. It only remains to consolidate these successes in the form of bilateral treaties. ”

South. In the south, Warsaw operates in unison with Ankara, since the sympathies of the Tatar population of Crimea to NATO Turkey contribute to the mutual understanding of local Turks with NATO Poland. In 2013, a number of events took place in Warsaw, for example, a press conference on the protection of the rights of the Crimean Tatars, in which, along with the chairman of the Union of Polish Tatars Selim Hazbievich, the head of the foreign relations department of the Crimean Tatar Mejlis, Ali Khamzin, and others, influential Polish politicians like Lech Walesa and former Interior Minister Yadvigi Khmelovskaya. Earlier, a visa point and the Consulate General of the Republic of Poland were opened in Simferopol, demonstrating today a noticeable activity in the social and cultural life of the autonomy and Sevastopol, especially in terms of cooperation with the Crimean Tatar Majlis and discrediting the Russian movement. At the same time, Poland became the second state after Russia, whose consulate in Crimea received the status of general.

From Turkey, through Finland and its citizens with Swedish roots, the transit of extremists has been established, inflaming the flames of separatist jihad in Russia's “southern underbelly” (including terrorists of the so-called Chechen suicide battalion Shamil Basayev’s Riyadus-Salikhin). Scandinavians coordinate with the Turks in the media sphere. For example, Islam Maciyev, the web administrator of the Kavkaz Center terrorists website, arrived in Turkey from Finland. On the Turkish side, the Basayev organization’s ITT Foundation (IHH) is operating, raising funds in Turkey, Dubai, the United States, Britain and France to finance the international terrorist network Imarat Kavkaz, whose mouthpiece is Kavkaz Center (official representative in Turkey Musa Itaev, in Finland, Islam Makhauri, the brother of Rustam Makhauri, the “Minister of Defense of the Emirate of the Caucasus”, the personal bodyguard of Doku Umarov and the representative of the terrorist Ali Taziyev (“Magas”)

The level of the event held in Washington at the end of June 2013 in the building of one of the oldest and most authoritative US think tanks of the Heritage Foundation dedicated to the future of the Eurasian Union and “protecting vital interests in this area of ​​the United States and its allies” with the participation of diplomats, scientists, analysts shows - Western strategists no longer hide the fact that they fear and closely monitor what is happening in the post-Soviet space. And they do it not with folded arms, but actively forming their own tools to counter the rebirth and integration of the Eurasian space.
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  1. smel
    smel 30 July 2013 06: 11 New
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    Interesting, but controversial, from my point of view, conclusions. All this fuss directed against my country and my brothers in faith is due to the temporary weakness of Russia. Nothing, perk, revive, pump up muscles, improve education - and everyone will again be drawn to ask for protection
    1. sasha.28blaga
      sasha.28blaga 30 July 2013 06: 29 New
      +8
      The former cannot be returned. Relations should be built in a new way, with an eye to the past. If Russia were really weak, then they would have torn to pieces long ago, and only barking, and as you know the dog barks, and the caravan goes on or if the dog does not bark, then the Cossack is not going there.
    2. vladimirZ
      vladimirZ 30 July 2013 08: 56 New
      +6
      “Nothing, we’ll revive, revive, pump up muscles, improve education - and everyone will again be drawn to ask for protection”
      smel  Today, 06:11


      Who will “revive” and “improve”?
      Ministers led by Prime Minister Medvedev. Do not expect. These liberals, looking to the West and taking the role models - the United States, will not do this.
      On the contrary, they only work to weaken Russia - they destroy education, science, the army by pro-American "reform", they try to continue the criminal "seizure" of the remnants of state assets in industry.
      Russian President Putin V.V. He does nothing to stop this, to dismiss Medvedev and odious ministers (Serdyukov is an exception, but there’s "nowhere to go further"), and therefore he supports this policy.
      Hope only for the coming of new political pro-Russian forces to power, such as the Communist Party, but they are still weak after the "perestroika shake-up", they do not have popular leaders. And there is no one else to improve the situation in Russia, not the “marsh” ones - the pro-American figures hope.
      1. maxvik
        maxvik 30 July 2013 11: 29 New
        +4
        In this case, nothing will change. The Communist Party of the Russian Federation will not come to power - this is similar by definition.
        I don’t understand again - but in our country only two people can do something, Putin and Medvedev, the rest is furniture?
        It is possible to revive and improve only for everyone together and for everyone in their place to the extent of strength and abilities.
        1. kavkaz8888
          kavkaz8888 30 July 2013 13: 51 New
          +4
          Plus, with one caveat. The teddy bear is also furniture. Putin needs a type of liber. Someone must make "uncomfortable" decisions. Lightning rod (iPhone, dimon, etc.)
          Again, while the Tsar was on vacation for 4 years, his people sat on the throne.
        2. vladimirZ
          vladimirZ 30 July 2013 17: 31 New
          +4
          "... It is possible to revive and improve only for everyone together and for everyone in their place to the best of their strength and abilities."
          maxvik  Today, 11:29 ↑


          Unfortunately, history and political science "teaches" that without an organizing political force (party, social movement), nothing will happen.
          The people will not be able to organize themselves to change the political system in the interests of the majority of the people. Riot, individual performances in the squares, that’s the whole result of your proposed “activity”.
          But organized crime, elite clan groups, using administrative and financial levers, will "make" power in their narrow group interests.
          Only a party of a socialist orientation, supported by the majority of the people, can solve the problem of a change of power in the interests of the majority of the people.
    3. Apologet.Ru
      Apologet.Ru 30 July 2013 18: 10 New
      +2
      hi
      Pay attention to the fact that with our Eastern partners we are talking about association agreements, and not about wars ... It remains only to consolidate these successes in the form of bilateral agreements

      That's right!
      The "Eastern Partnership" is the embodiment of the ideas of Adolf Hitler and the achievement of the main goal of fascist Germany under the leadership of their current ideological successor - the USA - in the Russian Question - the redivision of the world through the total and final destruction of the Russian World and the enslavement of Russia, but only peacefully ...
    4. avdkrd
      avdkrd 30 July 2013 23: 31 New
      +1
      Patronage is not given for beautiful eyes. In the past, the patronage of the USSR was based on ideology, the USSR did not economically enslave, on the contrary, in the Kremlin’s orbit they received more than they gave. In the future, Russia will ask to push the buttocks, and to push it wider for those who are now playing on the other side (I’m not sodomy, I just liked the metaphor). There are prerequisites for the revival, we just need to clear ourselves of liberalism and return to society's understanding that neither the geyropa, nor the United States (the United States will pass on) are just interested in reviving Russia, but will directly interfere with this process. It's time to call a spade a spade. NATO is an organization hostile to Russia, and NATO members, by definition, cannot be friendly countries. The military concept of Russia should be based on the fact that war can only be with ALL NATO, and not with the United States or, say, TURKEY. It is time to stop playing disarmament, including the denunciation of all the flawed agreements concluded by the hunchback and Yeltsin and, on the contrary, to ensure the guaranteed destruction of ALL NATO members in the event of a preventive strike on their part.
    5. stalkerwalker
      stalkerwalker 31 July 2013 00: 11 New
      +3
      Quote: smel
      Nothing, perk, revive, pump up muscles, improve education - and everyone will again be drawn to ask for protection

      I agree.
      One can see direct analogies of the 20 of the last century, when, by the exhausted civil war of Russia, they forcibly imposed treaties with dates, Poles and other representatives of the "Baltic" Baltic republics "newly proud, newly arrived in the world ..."
      An analogy is visible in the same people standing behind the puppets of the neo-sanitary cordon - customers and goals are the same.
      The situation with the "local democracy" is similar - the case of Pilsudski and Smetona lives and flourishes.
      History has the property of "walking in a circle": first in the form of tragedy, then in the form of farce.
  2. serge-68-68
    serge-68-68 30 July 2013 06: 22 New
    +5
    This is not a challenge. This is a threat. And the threat is very real. If you do not pay attention to swept over Sweden, "interested in Karelia", and Turkey, behind which there is more the United States than Europe, then yes, there is such a thing. Moreover, it’s a completely effective business. The Eastern Partnership has slowed down a bit now due to the crisis, but, I believe, the Europeans and the Yankees are still straining, seeing the strengthening of Russia's activities in these areas. Now the most important indicator is the battle for Ukraine. Where it swings - it will have an advantage in further actions.
    1. ATATA
      ATATA 30 July 2013 12: 01 New
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      Quote: serge-68-68
      Now the most important indicator is the battle for Ukraine. Where it swings - it will have an advantage in further actions.

      Getting into a battle for a phantom is useless. This mirage just needs to be eliminated.
      1. kavkaz8888
        kavkaz8888 30 July 2013 13: 55 New
        +2

        Does the word "liquidation" exactly fit? Brothers after all.
  3. Valery Neonov
    Valery Neonov 30 July 2013 07: 04 New
    +6
    Do you share anything you have missed? One wasn’t taken into account: Russia, Russia didn’t "break it on the knee".
    To our management to build foreign policy in accordance with the threat that has arisen.Means and forces for this are available! Not paying attention to the “squeals” of both the “white bellies” and the West.
  4. valokordin
    valokordin 30 July 2013 07: 24 New
    +6
    Quote: Valery Neon
    Do you share anything you have missed? One wasn’t taken into account: Russia, Russia didn’t "break it on the knee".
    Our leadership has to build a foreign policy in accordance with the threat that has arisen. Means and forces are available for this! Not paying attention to the “squeals” of both the “white bellies” and the West.

    So the Russian Empire, the Soviet Union is not modern Russia, which is not 37 years old, she has theft and corruption, where the true patriots are in prison and thieves are amnesty. The likelihood of bribing the top or other personal interests is very likely.
  5. Alexandr1973
    Alexandr1973 30 July 2013 09: 02 New
    -8
    Europe is better than any Asian villages like Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, so I can understand the Ukrainians.
    1. Humen
      Humen 30 July 2013 11: 16 New
      +7
      But I'm afraid only the Ukrainian people no one asks where he wants.
      1. Warrawar
        Warrawar 30 July 2013 16: 04 New
        +4
        Quote: Humen
        But I'm afraid only the Ukrainian people no one asks where he wants.

        They asked - 40 on 60 in favor of the EU.
        1. stalkerwalker
          stalkerwalker 31 July 2013 00: 19 New
          +3
          Quote: Warrawar
          Quote: Humen
          But I'm afraid only the Ukrainian people no one asks where he wants.
          They asked - 40 on 60 in favor of the EU.

          Do you want propaganda to work for an alliance with Russia?
          A VERY SIMPLE THOUGHT can be traced there: tear off a piece with blood. In the meantime, people and countries will "bleed out" with blood and life, lick their wounds, bring their ORDER.
    2. Corsair5912
      Corsair5912 30 July 2013 15: 14 New
      +5
      Quote: Alexandr1973
      Europe is better than any Asian villages like Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, so I can understand the Ukrainians.

      In Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, there were high civilizations at a time when in Western Europe the population lived in huts, smeared their faces with green paint, and chased wild boars with stone axes.
      Culture and civilization passed to Europe from the East, but not all Europeans and their litter and lackeys reached yet.
      http://ruslife.org.ua/post163622113
      1. Alexandr1973
        Alexandr1973 30 July 2013 15: 24 New
        -4
        What difference does it make? The main thing is there now. And now the crusts of Cambridge are held in high esteem, and not a diploma of the Bishkek Polytechnic. And white Europeans are corny more pleasant to the eye than wild Asians.
        1. Corsair5912
          Corsair5912 30 July 2013 16: 28 New
          +4
          Our halfwits, at least in Cambridge, at least in Oxwords, learn only one thing - to suck a sucker to a buyer with Euros rot. In addition to trading and petty fraud, they have not taught anything there for a long time, so the crust there is worthless.
          In Bishkek, and in any other former Soviet Polytechnic, at least something useful can be found out.
          The "civilized" gay Europeans from their "paradise Europe" are not the first millennium, "with bulging eyes and putting on full pants, out of fear," they climb to the "wild Asians", as if it was smeared with honey there.
          To see not everything and not for everyone in geyropov is pleasant to the eye. Asians, gayparades and same-sex marriages do not happen, that's all their savagery.
          1. Warrawar
            Warrawar 30 July 2013 18: 03 New
            +1
            Quote: Corsair5912
            Our halfwits, at least in Cambridge, at least in Oxwords, learn only one thing - to suck a sucker to a buyer with Euros rot. In addition to trading and petty fraud, they have not taught anything there for a long time, so the crust there is worthless.
            In Bishkek, and in any other former Soviet Polytechnic, at least something useful can be found out.

            Aggressive nonsense of a cheer patriot. Zenki then wipe, look who is pushing science now.
            Recently published the 200 most profitable enterprises in the world - Russia is represented there mainly in the commodity sector (with very few exceptions), but "barbarian Europe" is very often one high-tech, and not some iPhones, but real directions - airplanes, engines, cars , space, communication, electronics.
            Or the top 100 defense enterprises - Russia certainly has good positions in general, only our Sukhoi is in 43rd place in the ranking, and the first ones are Lockhead Martin, Boeing, Prat & Willy, Rhine-Metal.
            But this, with regard to Russia .. and talking about some kind of Bishkek is generally not even funny; they only teach there that heroin can be transported in transit across the Kazakh border, but no more.
            http://periscope2.ru/2013/07/22/7547/
            Red marked are Russian companies.
            1. Corsair5912
              Corsair5912 30 July 2013 21: 28 New
              0
              Quote: Warrawar
              Zenki then wipe, look who is pushing science now.
              Recently published the 200 most profitable enterprises in the world - Russia is represented there mainly in the commodity sector (with very few exceptions), but "barbarian Europe" is very often one high-tech, and not some iPhones, but real directions - airplanes, engines, cars , space, communication, electronics

              I don’t need to wipe anything, I work in the real electric power sector of the Russian economy, I don’t trade stools and pads. I am constantly in contact with my Western colleagues and I know what Europe produces not from the media, but from real people.
              70% of the industrial production of Europe is brought to the countries of Asia and Africa, very little remains of the natives of Europe, and even then it is gradually replaced by Japan, China, the USA, Russia.
              1. Warrawar
                Warrawar 30 July 2013 22: 22 New
                -1
                Quote: Corsair5912
                70% of the industrial production of Europe is brought to the countries of Asia and Africa, very little remains of the natives of Europe, and even then it is gradually replaced by Japan, China, the USA, Russia.

                How they removed it and brought it back as soon as they find a way to reduce the cost of production or until Asians request too much for their services, the more design bureaus are all the same in the West.
                And in Russia there is the same problem, for example, Yota Phone has not yet begun to be sold, and production was initially in Taiwan.
            2. kavkaz8888
              kavkaz8888 3 August 2013 02: 57 New
              0
              To execute all this “high-tech” without having YOUR resources, it was necessary to rob someone. Guess who was robbed? Correct Rus. Yes, they went to *** with their "high-tech", after that.
              And from this moment you need to talk with them about everything.
          2. Alexandr1973
            Alexandr1973 31 July 2013 13: 24 New
            0
            Yeah, for some reason, some at the word "Europe" recall Bach, Goethe, the Roman Empire, conquests and colonialism, success and a high standard of living, while others at the word "Europe" recall gay pride parades. According to Freud, or what? And if you can find out in Bishkeks and “any other polytechnic,” then why are there no such “educational institutions” in any list of prestigious world universities? Or was the State Department rigging it all up, but in fact there are no institutions on this list that teach something?
      2. Warrawar
        Warrawar 30 July 2013 16: 05 New
        -1
        Quote: Corsair5912
        In Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, there were high civilizations at a time when in Western Europe the population lived in huts, smeared their faces with green paint, and chased wild boars with stone axes.

        And now everything is exactly the opposite))))
        1. Warrawar
          Warrawar 30 July 2013 17: 47 New
          0
          Ahaha minus deliver)) who minus explain)
    3. Warrawar
      Warrawar 30 July 2013 15: 59 New
      +1
      Quote: Alexandr1973
      Europe is better than any Asian villages like Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, so I can understand the Ukrainians.

      You say the thing. In Europe, of course, the problems are rampant, but Central Asia is an abyss and adequate people bypass it a mile away. And while we are going to get along with the Central Asians, instead of setting up life in their own country, no one with us will not want to have any business.
    4. Apologet.Ru
      Apologet.Ru 30 July 2013 18: 23 New
      +2
      hi
      Quote Alexandr1973
      Europe is better than any Asian villages

      Not so simple, colleague.
      Now the entrance to Europe is only through railway station and not otherwise.
      And I do not think that the choice of Ukraine to become the easternmost nursery of the Mosomyatina in the post-Soviet space will be her best choice.
      No?
  6. Natalia
    Natalia 30 July 2013 10: 22 New
    +8
    The main “operators” of the project in the north are Sweden, in the west are Poland, in the south are Nato Turkey. For Poland, with its "neo-harmonism" and the sympathies of Catholics, Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova are entrenched. Behind Turkey with its “neo-Uranism” - Azerbaijan, Georgia, Armenia (partly the Central Asian republics - unofficially, through personal business interests in Ankara of the ruling persons there, as is the case, for example, with Kirghizia). The Scandinavians, with the support of international structures such as the Soros Foundation, are deeply interested in Karelia, the Kola Isthmus, the islands of the Gulf of Finland, their mineral and forest resources, as well as countering Russia's plans in the Arctic.

    You see how much these jackals from KhozDeb vassals need on a leash to at least somehow affect Russia. And they need the Arctic and the resources in the Middle East, and all of them are few, they are like locusts all over the world.
    But in the end they will devour themselves, I'm sure they will devour.
    We (I mean Russia) are in a better position, we have everything. And for them to have everything, they need to conquer, kill, weave intrigues, and all that ... They unite all against us because in reality they envy us, envy us that we have vast territories and all conditions, and all resources).
    Therefore, we cannot be defeated by force, but otherwise, the main thing is not to allow any Prokhorov to power ... not to allow those who can sell all of ours not to ours, far from ours.
  7. bistrov.
    bistrov. 30 July 2013 11: 16 New
    +7
    Yes, I think the situation is quite right. Russia really faces these threats and challenges. Now is not the time to chew snot. Ah, how Stalin is missing now!
  8. Max otto
    Max otto 30 July 2013 11: 20 New
    +1
    Come on, worry about it, this eastern partnership is a complete crap. You will remember that when the European Union made the present, it is going to gather in its Brussels and it’s sounding and sounding without ceasing. Further conversations and incomprehensible internal declarations, things will go. There are no more people able to act and make decisions in Europe. The Syrian fighters show their managerial qualities: either give weapons, or not give them, pah, in a word, they can only chew snot, fuckers (sorry for being rude).
  9. eplewke
    eplewke 30 July 2013 12: 24 New
    +5
    Nobody has dropped Russia from their accounts. Knowing our history, I know our mentality, they are still afraid of us. here are the Euro-gains strengthened ...
    1. Corsair5912
      Corsair5912 31 July 2013 08: 46 New
      +1
      Quote: eplewke
      Nobody has dropped Russia from their accounts. Knowing our history, I know our mentality, they are still afraid of us. here are the Euro-gains strengthened ...

      I do not agree. If the Euros knew history, they would not dare to become impudent and make crazy plans against Russia.
      Those who know history remember that it is better to be friends with Russia, it is healthier for health.
  10. silver_roman
    silver_roman 30 July 2013 14: 46 New
    +2
    Lord ... "three goosebumps" also have their own ambitions ??? no matter how they choke on them.
  11. Corsair5912
    Corsair5912 30 July 2013 14: 49 New
    +3
    "Eastern Partnership" is a kind of "tracing-paper" from the concept of Adolf Hitler about "expanding living space" to the East. "
    The main “operators” of the project in the north are Sweden, in the west - Poland, in the south - NATO Turkey


    Where is our Soviet KGB, he very well crushed hyenas and jackals in their territory.
    Even Polska was not overpowered, but she had already given a sweetheart. When will the logs, Swedes and Turks become normal people and stop stinking? Apparently they have already forgotten how the Russians beat them, or else they want, the Hitlers unfinished.
    1. Gato
      Gato 30 July 2013 18: 50 New
      0
      Quote: Corsair5912
      Hitler unfinished

      Hitler Youth
  12. knn54
    knn54 30 July 2013 21: 35 New
    +3
    The goal of ONE is to turn the post-Soviet countries into puppet states. Constantly, like woodpeckers, they knock that integration with Russia is the path to the reconstruction of the Soviet Empire (not the Union). They are crushing on all fronts - political, diplomatic and, most importantly - ideological. Almost EVERY social (so far) conflict in the region is West.
    Color revolutions replaced the so-called "Western integration." Here is Great Romania and the Burn of the Commonwealth (from Mozh to Mozh). For such a thing, you can merge the Baltic states and at least split Ukraine ... Pomeranians were pulled out of somewhere.
    Eurasian integration is the only way to ensure the security of the region. Otherwise - "controlled" chaos.
  13. ed65b
    ed65b 31 July 2013 08: 32 New
    +2
    The goal is to attract new farm laborers to the territory of the European Union, to exhaust resources from countries and exchange them for something in bargaining with Russia.
  14. michajlo
    michajlo 1 August 2013 16: 53 New
    0
    Good day to all!
    The article put a plus. The topic is very important, the dangers for Russia, the CU and the whole CIS are very big. It is better to be a reinsurer than to miss another blow under the breath and in the back!
    The fact that there is a lot of trepidation in the EU or Brussels is a fact, but they bark in Europe to the East, Russia at the instigation of the United States.
    In addition, empty trepidation and empty directions, which have not been completed yet, are enough for the third and fourth times in the vastness of the vehicle.
    In general, such an unpleasant sensation that the world is gradually slipping to the beginning of TMV (3rd MV)! I do not want to draw a line on the wall. am
    In addition, living conditions in the camps of the former. The Warsaw Treaty, the current Eastern European EU members - are constantly deteriorating, industry and agriculture are collapsed, young people and working people up to 30-50 go to work in the countries of Western Europe, the USA, Canada and Australia. Their place is sometimes filled by our fellow citizens from the CIS.
    The balance of wealth created during the years of socialism is completely plundered, external debt is growing (specifically in Slovakia, during the period of joining the EU, 2004-2012 it grew from 16 to 70 billion Euros ?!). Those. from Slovakia under the guise of profits to the West, the CAPITAL created in it is taken out ?!
    So the territory of Ukraine and the remnants of its wealth of countries of the EU and the USA are very attractive. Especially now, when it shows its strength and the profitability of the joint work of the countries of the CU (RF, BR, KR) and attempts to gradually attach the countries of Central Asia to the CU.
    Therefore, now that the people of Ukraine are at a crossroads, where to turn (Kiev itself. The elite have long chosen the EU instead of the CU), their EU’s onslaught on Ukraine will only intensify so that production does not slip out of the European trap.
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  16. APASUS
    APASUS 3 August 2013 18: 52 New
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    There is only one goal - to prevent the three fraternal Slavic peoples from reuniting!