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Counterterrorist operation. To the 150 anniversary of the Polish events 1863 year

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Counterterrorist operation. To the 150 anniversary of the Polish events 1863 yearThis episode of Russian stories for a long time remained hidden or interpreted one-sidedly. Many historians sincerely followed the democratic, Herzen, interpretation of events, others feared to “offend” Polish comrades ... So it turned out that the instructive story in which both heroes, adventurers and demagogues showed themselves remains outside the popular notions of history. But this is one of the few examples of the energetic overcoming of a multilateral crisis. Here you are politics, internal and external, banditry, terrorism, separatism, corruption, the confusion of ideologues ... And all this against the backdrop of an economic downturn and in the midst of not sugar "great reforms".


Poland caught fire very timely. Underground work intensified in 1862, and by the beginning of 1863, Polish revolutionaries had become a dangerous force. The Poles took into account the mistakes of the previous uprisings, this time the conspiratorial organization differed in iron discipline: from triples to the Central National Committee under the leadership of Yaroslav Dombrovsky. Each member of the organization knew only two fellows in the troika and the commander of the dozens. The Lithuanian committee was headed by Konstantin Kalinovsky - an adventurer at least where.

All of them went on the offensive when the next recruitment was announced. The authorities intended to "reforge" the Polish patriots in the army, and they defiantly evaded service. At this point, the temporary Polish government, headed by Stefan Bobrovsky, and the terrorist detachments that made daring attacks on the Russian garrisons, will declare themselves. 10 January passed immediately fifteen bloody raids. Such hurried from the Poles did not expect. The rebel troops roamed the western outskirts of the empire, and local factories supplied them weapons. British and French diplomacy vigilantly followed the reaction of St. Petersburg to the Polish events and was ready to resist by all means Russia's attempts to restore imperial order in the eastern provinces ... For Emperor Alexander II, the worst situation was impossible to think of.

It is possible to call the state a system of suppression for the thousandth time, only this won't make it any sweeter in the mouth. Neither in 1863, nor today is there a way to exist more consistent with human nature than the state. All the cries for freedom and self-determination end in an unpredictable war and a severe dictatorship. The state had no right not to defend itself, to betray the banner of Suvorov and Paskevich, the banner of Prague and Dresden ... I had no right to allow the extermination of the Russian soldier. Poland and Lithuania Russia seized by the right of military victories. At one time, Rzeczpospolita itself sentenced itself, addicted to the hop of democracy and anarchy, to the noisy "Maidan." If Russia had demonstrated such a weak character — the Warsaw gentry would have been quick to host in St. Petersburg and Moscow — and here, too, without offense, please. The trial of history is fair. After 1812, the empire could well have expanded further into the West, but Emperor Alexander I knew the measure.

Many in Russia considered the annexation of Poland to be a mistake: it would be more correct to create a tiny but separate state around Warsaw, controlled by St. Petersburg. And “internal” Poland has become a permanent headache for the country, an eternal source of unrest, a burden. But it was necessary to bear the burden of the empire: you will give way in Poland - they will pin down in St. Petersburg.

In 1860, intelligentsia has already been formed in Russia - as an instance, as an order. And the statesmen first by and large rested on the laurels of the victory of 1814 of the year and the Holy Alliance, and after the fall of Sevastopol they fell into a panic. In addition, patriotism has once again been bureaucratic. Many young people in those years seemed to be a patriot and a monarchist only from selfish motives or by inertia. Of course, they were wrong and did not want to comprehend the soul of the older generation, but remember how expensive the same mistake in 1980 cost us ... Patriots and conservatives, who were inspired by the historical memory of Borodino and the capture of Paris, remained a lot. But many of them felt themselves obsolete, losers. Yes, and the reforms stunned supporters of autocracy ...

About a decade passed after the Crimean War. In Paris and in London, they feared Russia and, with fear, created the image of a huge barbaric power, which hung over a refined civilization. The hordes of Atilla, who came from the East, are a suitable historical analogy, she went into action.
But to clamp Russia in Poland, as in the Crimea, the Western powers could not. Just from the point of view of military calculations, this turned out to be impossible, and the Austrians and Germans did not want a sovereign Polish state to appear on the political map of Europe. Therefore, the liberal public was indignant, but could not do anything. By the way, the Polish insurgency helped Russia seriously get closer to Prussia. This union will soon allow Bismarck to bring France to its knees.

However, when Poland caught fire, many in Russia seriously thought it was about the collapse of the empire. After the fall of Sevastopol, the apocalyptic sentiments among the patriots did not fade. They recalled the fall of Constantinople, the death of the Orthodox empire. Just about the West, united with the internal enemies of the throne, will finish, crush the sick bear. When sedition went beyond the borders of Poland and Lithuania, many — some with horror, and some with hope — assumed that it would cover the entire west of the Russian Empire, and disintegration was inevitable.

Remember the 1993 situation of the year? Russia takes the army out of Europe, refuses the geopolitical conquests of 1945, and immediately receives the aggression of General Dudayev. The analogy will become clearer if we recall that in 1861 Russia entered into a cycle of bold reforms, and the economy after the Crimean War and the reduction of income from grain exports was in a desperate situation. At this point I had to win victories with my teeth.

Poland has been seething for several years now, but since January 1863, a real war has begun on the western borders of the Russian Empire. Rebel detachments attacked Russian garrisons, terrorized vast territories in Poland, Lithuania and Belarus. The uprising received a tinge of inter-religious slaughter: the Orthodox were the victims of the insurgents, and the priesthood was the inspiration. In relation to the Orthodox rebels chose a policy of intimidation - recalcitrant executed.

Few in Russia have kept their composure and fighting spirit - qualities that allowed our country to turn into a superpower in the 18th century. One of the last giants of the military power was Mikhail Nikolayevich Muravyov-Vilensky, who in previous years had already served in the west of the empire. Then he proved himself a decisive Orthodox missionary, an energetic defender of the Russians.

Muravyov went 67 year - age at that time memoir. And so Emperor Alexander II was forced to call on this wayward old man, to whom he fed antipathy. After all, Muravyov methodically criticized the reforms, and in the eyes of the liberal public was considered not just a “Old Believer”, but at least a watchdog. He invented the nickname "hangman" to himself long before the Polish operation. Someone cringed at the address of his relative, the Decembrist, and Mikhail Nikolayevich slashed: "I am not one of those Ants who are hanged, but of those who are hanged." However, this aphorism is attributed to N.N. Muravyov-Amur. Impressed by the gallows of 1863, this historical anecdote was remembered. Muravyov-hangers, Muravyov-hangman - this was the name of the salon suppressor in Poland.

At a personal audience, Alexander II appointed Muraviev a Vilna, Grodno and Minsk governor-general, commander of the Vilna military district. He had to face the main forces of the rebels. Muravyov’s response was reminiscent of the speeches of Plutarch’s heroes: “I’m ready to sacrifice myself for the benefit and good of Russia.” And it was not ostentatious determination, the old man did not need to pretend.

Modern Belarusian nationalists Hate Muravyov, and in fact he was a defender of the Orthodox peasantry. Muravyov didn’t complain about the nobleman gentry, but he set about studying the Belarusian language, the history of this Slavic region. That is why he won because he relied on the majority.

As soon as the "progressive people" did not curse him, any abuse at Muravyov was considered permissible. However, cold-blooded study of the biography of the general shows how far he was from the image of a cartoon bulldog. At fourteen, the "executioner" founded ... The Moscow Mathematical Society, and at sixteen - hurried to defend the Fatherland from the invasion of two dozen languages. Went 1812 year. On Borodin’s day, on the Rayevsky battery, he stood to death. He was wounded in the leg, since then all his life was lame. Received the first award - Vladimir 4-y degree. After a few months of treatment, he returns to the army. Lieutenant Muravyov participated in the Battle of Dresden, but the wound bothered him. He feared that he would not be able to become a serviceable officer, he asked to resign and still remained in the ranks.

He was useful to the system of Nicholas I, it was then that the administrative style of Muravyov emerged - a purposeful and strong-willed manager, an inflexible guardian of the state.

Of course, the detractors of Russia's imperial instincts have their own truth, but by turning this truth into a politically correct absolute, we put ourselves in a false position. We were imposed stencil image of "hangers". And no one was interested that on the conscience of the Polish insurgents, even those who were hanged and tortured were three to four times more than those of Muravyov. They executed without trial — they simply seized Orthodox peasants who did not want to help the uprising, and hung them up. In addition, they began this massacre, and Muravyov was forced to severely punish those responsible. Yes, he did not flinch at the same time. He sent to execution 128 people - the instigators of the massacre. 10-12 threw thousands of criminals into prison companies and into hard labor. And there were about one hundred thousand rebels! The rest were allowed to go home.

How many innocent victims would have been thrown on the altar of the Polish uprising, if the Russian generals, the most consistent of which was Mikhail Nikolayevich, had not stopped the civil war? But historical reputations are created by the technology of fraud: everything is forgiven by “progressive”, and conservativeness is demanded of conservatives. Overweight Muravyov was a clever, enterprising, energetic politician. He knew how to win - and for that he was hated with special fervor. If he had been unprincipled, sleepy grandee, they would not have remembered him. And he, to the horror of the gay disrupters, acted prudently, and even selflessly. Sacrificed himself!

A convinced patriot of great Russia, he did not consider the imperial idea to be doomed, and the position of Russia was obviously losing. He managed to preserve the cheerfulness of the 18th century in the era of nihilism, when society was divided not into fighters and inhabitants, but into “new people” and retrogrades. That is, instead of the battle for a great power, the Russian people tuned in to civil strife, forgetting about rallying. This is a sign of decline, there is no place for serious victories. And Muravyov showed that you can go against the ideological fashion, against this element, which is gaining momentum, and to win.

He was not the only warrior in the field. Ideologically, Muravyov was supported by Mikhail Nikiforovich Katkov. Without the efforts of this publicist, it is unlikely that Muravyov would be promoted to the first roles. Katkov proved that conservatism is not only polite, but also lively, hot, sincere. And although the strategic confrontation with nihilists and Westerners will be lost, in 1863-m power resisted. Katkov’s opponents had to prove that he was either insincere or ignorant. The historian Sergei Tatishchev wrote: “The general animation brought about by the events in Poland marks an upheaval in the views of Russian society on the most important questions of politics ... understanding of the historical principles of Russian state and public life. The champion of the unity of all Russian people with the Supreme Power in the common cause of upholding Russia's sovereign rights, its honor and dignity was ... M.N. Katkov. The fiery speech of this talented and convinced writer shook and soon completely supplanted the influence of liberal organs and foreigners, to whom a certain part of Russian society was subordinated to the hitherto. ”

History has not confirmed the optimism of Tatishchev. Liberals will soon strengthen their positions, they will become even more inventive and more self-confident. But even for the tactical victory, Katkov deserves admiration - after all, he happened to be alone against a public wave. The 1863 guard showed that Russia has an independent sovereign path. However, the reactionary ideologues failed to master the minds, even under Alexander III. It was difficult to cross autocratic patriotism with bourgeois reality. Esenin will simply and clearly describe this conflict: “And the aristocrat sold the power to the industrialists and bankers.”

The ideological weakness of the then Russia was felt in the controversial dialogue with the European powers. So before, Russia had a unifying idea for a whole century - to win. Enlightenment and Victory - this is the password and review of the Russian XVIII century. And then came the doubts. Refined gentlemen appeared, of whom we don’t feed you with white bread - just let me scold Russia, its lead abominations, its awkwardness and cruelty. “How sweet it is to hate fatherland,” writes the radical cosmopolitan Pecherin. And Herzen in The Bell, even Victor Hugo, was attracted to anti-imperial propaganda during the Polish uprising.

The society (more precisely, its most noisy and progressive part!) Will obstruct Mikhail Nikolayevich Muravyov, a formidable old man who acted promptly and unbendingly in Poland. The grandson of Suvorov, the Petersburg governor, refused to give the "cannibal" to Muravyov a welcome address.

And then, in the English Club, Nikolai Alekseevich Nekrasov read out to Muravyov an ode in the spirit of the victorious 18th century, but with new polemical turns inevitable for 1860's:

The rebellion has passed, sedition will fall,

In Lithuania and Zhmudi the world will ascend;

Then your very enemy will say:

Great is your feat ... and sigh.

Sigh that, having become mad,

Forgetting the oath, your shame,

I started with a valiant people

Raise a long-decided dispute.

No, their efforts will not help

Their underground seditious forces.

Look! Stretch your wings over you

Soaring Archangel Michael!


At this point the noise rose unprecedented. Recent admirers cursed, trampled Nekrasov, made him into "non-handshaking" (a word from another time, but the meaning is the same).

Not so long ago, after a cycle of spectacular television programs, a book about Alexander II was published by Edward Radzinsky. The author of “104 pages about love” got the hang of writing about the history of the Fatherland in the language of “Murzilki” - and this (I speak without arrogance and irony) is an enviable skill. For Radzinsky Muravyov - an awesome bulldog with tiger eyes. Caricature! Retrograde, standing in the way of progress, which, as we know, runs along one-way traffic: from Europe to us. About the Polish atrocities, about the policy of terror, pursued by the Poles, the playwright is silent. Yes, he is not the first!
Then, in 1863, after the victory of Muravyov, Herzen was indignant: "The nobility, the writers, the scientists and even the students are totally infected: patriotic syphilis was absorbed into their sap and tissue." And indeed, there were and there are people in Russia who are convinced that it is better to be a bulldog on guard of the Motherland than a jackal in the service of liberals. Tyutchev gave Muravyov this epitaph:

On his grave cover

We, instead of all the wreaths, put the words simple:

He didn’t have many enemies

When not yours, Russia.


150 years ago, it was decided whether Russia would protect sovereignty from the separatists, from its neighbors, from the arrogant European community. The weak, as is known, are beaten - even the “Polish gentlemen”. If it were not for Muravyov, perhaps both the army and the emperor would not have had the will to win. Let us remember the person who served Russia - not for show, but faithfully. And without regard to the "enlightened Europe."
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  1. Denis
    Denis 13 September 2013 07: 39 New
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    He sent to execution 128 people - the instigators of the massacre. 10-12 thousand criminals threw into prison companies and hard labor. And there were about a hundred thousand rebels! The rest were sent home.
    And it was as if he had cut out the screams of Poland, maybe it was necessary to do so?
    Churchill called them "jackals of Europe", very aptly
    And he was never noticed in a good attitude towards Russia
    1. smile
      smile 13 September 2013 14: 19 New
      +6
      Denis
      Yes, for the entire 19th century in Russia about a little more than two thousand death sentences were passed, of which about a third were carried out ... we are such animals.
      Moreover. that this number included all the Poles for all their rebellions of the 19th century, often dying in the blood of Russian and Polish peasants (who also did not support them - knowing full well that the arbitrariness of the nobility is poverty, a noose and an ax) by mackerel. Moreover, it was the peasants - they were not able to inflict significant damage on our troops during these riots. even when they had a large regular army with artillery.
      And you're right - if we were crushing the Poles, like the Austrians and Prussians, they would not blather ... I must admit. that our “prison of peoples” was the standard of democracy, humanism and the equal rights of peoples in comparison with other lights of democracy.
  2. Yun Klob
    Yun Klob 13 September 2013 08: 23 New
    +9
    Poles, like the mentally retarded, have a short memory, and narcissism is hypertrophied.
    1. Kostya pedestrian
      Kostya pedestrian 13 September 2013 16: 49 New
      -2
      Sikorsky - the founder of the helicopter
      Kapernik is a great astronomer scientist,
      Jagiello is the winner of the Teutons near Grunwald,
      August Gigimont - reformer,
      Kosciuszko - friend of the Russian tsar and US general

      ... I almost forgot your image of Ivan Vasilyevich - also a Pole (Commonwealth speech) from mother Glinsky.

      I wonder how you would be able to behave in the case of Copernicus, with all the development of the Internet and the development of mathematical and physical devices, arguing that the earth is round - you probably would have been "burned" to Shrovetide (and from where such an idea to burn women? "Slovens. it feels like our brains are from Man-YuD (B) -Diesel, even with the grave wolf to the moon howling)
      1. Denis
        Denis 13 September 2013 19: 43 New
        +2
        Quote: Kostya pedestrian
        Sikorsky - the founder of the helicopter
        It Where he founded, in a page dedicated to rhyme?
        The TsAGI 1-EA helicopter was built according to a single-rotor scheme, proposed back in 1909 - 1912. B. N. Yuriev. All work on the creation of the helicopter was first carried out by a special group, and then by the special structures section of the TsAGI experimental aerodynamic department.

        TsAGI 1-EA - single-seat, single-rotor, twin-engine helicopter.

        The design of the helicopter, as mentioned above, was begun at the end of 1928, and its construction (at the TsAGI pilot plant) - in 1929 and continued throughout the first half of 1930.

        After a thorough thorough adjustment of all units, the helicopter was first subjected to ground testing with multiple engine starting in August 1930.
        As if late
        1. Kostya pedestrian
          Kostya pedestrian 14 September 2013 08: 49 New
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          Here you can recall the outstanding Italian Michelangelo. So we are talking about models of a rotary machine, a helicopter, which entered the gray production and operation.
      2. uyrii67
        uyrii67 14 September 2013 06: 44 New
        0
        Forgot to mention Dzerzhinsky.
      3. Dovmont
        Dovmont 14 September 2013 08: 01 New
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        Well, let's take it in order! 1) Igor Sikorsky considered himself a Russian, lived and worked for the good of Russia, and the Civil War forced him to leave his homeland. 2) Copernicus is one of the greatest scientists of mankind - who disputes this? Your philippics about what would happen to us if Copernicus weren’t funny at all! There wouldn’t be Copernicus, another scientist would have proved this idea, because this idea was already in the air and both Giordano Bruno and Galileo Galilei suffered for it. 3) Prince Jagiello was generally Lithuanian, and in the battle of Grunwald his squad consisted entirely of Russians (probably forgotten in the polemic ardor). Even the official language was Russian in Lithuania at that time and it was called Lithuanian Rus. 4) About Kosciuszko, too, what to say? He also has enough Russian blood on his hands. Anyway, the list is somehow scanty! Why didn’t you mention Pilsudsky, Bur-Komarovsky, Anders, Walesa, Lech Kaczynski, Brzezinski among the great Poles?
    2. Kostya pedestrian
      Kostya pedestrian 13 September 2013 16: 49 New
      -4
      Sikorsky - the founder of the helicopter
      Kapernik is a great astronomer scientist,
      Jagiello is the winner of the Teutons near Grunwald,
      August Gigimont - reformer,
      Kosciuszko - friend of the Russian tsar and US general

      I wonder how you could behave in the case of Copernicus, with all the development of the Internet and mathematical physics, arguing that the earth is round - you would probably be "burned" to Shrovetide (and from where such an idea to burn women?)
      1. Djozz
        Djozz 13 September 2013 17: 51 New
        +4
        Sikorsky wrote in the questionnaire: Russian.
      2. biglow
        biglow 13 September 2013 18: 15 New
        +2
        Quote: Kostya pedestrian
        Sikorsky - the founder of the helicopter
        Kapernik is a great astronomer scientist,
        Jagiello is the winner of the Teutons near Grunwald,
        August Gigimont - reformer,
        Kosciuszko - friend of the Russian tsar and US general

        I wonder how you could behave in the case of Copernicus, with all the development of the Internet and mathematical physics, arguing that the earth is round - you would probably be "burned" to Shrovetide (and from where such an idea to burn women?)

        Sikorsky considered himself a Russian and was a supporter of the monarchy, so no need to drag fool
        1. Kostya pedestrian
          Kostya pedestrian 13 September 2013 22: 56 New
          -1
          Well, so what is the argument, in my comments I wrote that the uprising was organized not by the Poles, but by Russian citizens (5th column).

          I just don’t like how modern "Russian" respondents sell their friends. No wonder you have homeless meteorites flying, and Cupid soaked you.

          I don’t mean to “fight”, but to show once again that your idiology is lame, but should march with sports columns and help your neighbors with your Orthodox example!

          I personally have a Russian native spirit, as well as Polish, but in the article it turns out that everyone is to blame, only Russia has nothing to do with it, only weak people say so.
      3. Denis
        Denis 13 September 2013 19: 47 New
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        Quote: Kostya pedestrian
        TsAGI 1-EA - single-seat, single-rotor, twin-engine helicopter.
  3. svskor80
    svskor80 13 September 2013 08: 40 New
    +5
    It was not necessary to cut, it was necessary to carry out strict assimilation like the Prussians. No constitutions, languages, etc., only Russian schools. Who does not agree, then yes to the expense. You look, and now there would be less stench from the Poles.
    1. Humen
      Humen 13 September 2013 09: 22 New
      0
      Of course, the Poles are still bastards, but still I think they do not deserve this. The gentry has always been against Russia, but this is not a reason to organize cultural genocide.
      1. Kostya pedestrian
        Kostya pedestrian 13 September 2013 11: 07 New
        -2
        According to the new ideology, Russia has all former allies as enemies, here are the "peaceful" Germans with their "investments at the Russian government expense" best friends. If you do not agree with the Bolsheviks and our heroic defense and victory over the Nazi invaders, then look who the kings led to “death”, the Orthodox Church excluded. as a peacemaker - "non-interference in the fate of even such significant people of the homeland."

        Germany is a suicide bomber, even against their NATO counterparts like no-no to Syria, but what happens is that their special services inflate everything, they themselves find what they still scattered on the Baltic Sea in flight - namely, barrels with deadly gas.

        FOR REFLECTION OF PAYING THEIR DEBT TO THE SOCIETY OF THE CONDEMNED, AND NOW THE RESPECTED PEOPLE AND OBSERVERS OF THE LAWS:

        What is “straighten” you know, and the equivalent of “this” in English slang? By the way, what was the title of hitler?

        It is very important to understand that Freud on. Anna is completely behind Brezhnev, and Honneker is supported only by Rota
        1. Dovmont
          Dovmont 14 September 2013 08: 06 New
          0
          The hunchbacked not only Honecker betrayed, he betrayed his homeland!
      2. evgeny1td
        evgeny1td 13 September 2013 13: 37 New
        +1
        with the enemies of Russia, this is the only thing to do
      3. smile
        smile 13 September 2013 14: 23 New
        +1
        Humen
        It was precisely this that the Poles did for almost half a millennium with respect to the Russian peasantry in the captured Russian lands. And not only cultural. History has shown that the main victims of the Polish rebellions were Russian and Polish peasants who did not support them.
        1. Kostya pedestrian
          Kostya pedestrian 13 September 2013 16: 42 New
          0
          Do not forget that it was the peasants from Rus that “that hour” who fled to the Commonwealth (Russian Lithuania) for liberty, and not vice versa. But the Lithuanian boyars fled to the Tsar of Moscow, which was "profitable" at that hour. Therefore, we can conclude that it was one people who professed different supra-cap ideologies, alien to both.
          1. smile
            smile 13 September 2013 18: 30 New
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            Kostya pedestrian
            And you do not forget that even more escaped from the arbitrariness of the nobility stripping the skin alive for belonging to the Orthodox, by the way, under pain of an inevitable and painful death, inevitable, in case of capture by the tenant's gentry or guides. Actually, such fugitives replenished the Cossacks.
            And in general, if you know of course, ON is the only part of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, which is by no means translated “Russian Lithuania”. :)))
            And in the ON and in Poland, there were many captured Russian lands. All the peasantry on which was Russian Orthodox. but the nobility was completely and completely polonized by the 16th century.
            1. Kostya pedestrian
              Kostya pedestrian 13 September 2013 23: 11 New
              0
              my ancestors from Vladimir lived in the lands of Belarus as in Lithuania, Russia and the Commonwealth, or even earlier, and we had nothing of the kind. How many Nicoles I live I did not feel hostility towards both Russians and Poles.

              So this skillfully “unfinished” abwehr is working to replace your values ​​and priorities. I already heard that most of the crusaders on Grunwald were Poles. as a hrestos promptly blames sins from a sick person for a healthy one, tea, the light of faith overshadowed the darkness of knowledge and judgment.

              Yes, by the way, I have indirect evidence that the sailors in the Kursk were shot live in drama for the new Reich’s bonze, and so far no one has denied this.
              1. smile
                smile 14 September 2013 00: 58 New
                0
                Kostya pedestrian SU
                My attitude towards the Poles is skillfully worked by a Polish granny who lives in Lithuania and her very numerous relatives in Poland, whom I have been dating since I was 6. So, what matters to me is how they relate to us .... and of course, knowledge of history -and, moreover, in the presentation of the Poles .... so that it is surprising that you do not know anything about the nobility’s manners ... :))) maybe this Abwehr worked on you? :)))

                I leave your "indirect evidence" without comment. OK? I don’t know whether to cry or laugh .... but I in no way deny anything, how can ...
                1. Kostya pedestrian
                  Kostya pedestrian 16 September 2013 04: 29 New
                  0
                  Thank you for not refuting it, otherwise it would remind me of a scene from The Lord of the Rings when a G600 glenvagen with a whip - such an Irish-German Moses from the Japanese city of Nora, brings down “black death” to the netherworld.

                  And for less than 40 years I was abducted by Chechens, and they managed to poison me with carbon dioxide, and they tried to flatter my son, not to mention that my personal leg was broken, but unsuccessfully, Fukushima could not stand it (joke (). So I can not To appraise or even speculate arguments and facts.


                  And if it’s serious, then society is a gray mass, and what kind of little governs this society is how society sees it. Therefore, the most important thing that people say in the media than what ordinary people think. After all, they draw from the media, and not from the depths of the brain - the law of least resistance.
  4. Humen
    Humen 13 September 2013 09: 21 New
    +7
    And now the situation is repeating. When liberals only know how to scold Russia and do nothing ... Only in place of Poland was Chechnya and Georgia.
    1. unclevad
      unclevad 13 September 2013 11: 17 New
      +2
      History repeats itself and not always in the form of farce. Heroic was a man: go against public opinion and bend his line. Moreover, he deliberately sacrificed himself to the torment of the then liberals. Eternal memory to him. History begins to return the debts of society.
  5. Kostya pedestrian
    Kostya pedestrian 13 September 2013 10: 58 New
    -3
    The article is a clear ax of the midnight torus on "Rus and the surrounding lands."

    I note that the Orthodox, as well as the Catholics, love to wash their hands very painfully, as if, knowing the fate of Judas Iskra-Orda, Jesus could not save him from the "eternal torment", but at the same time save himself and all of humanity, incl. Nicholas 2. And who after this “Judah”, and Homa?

    The uprising of 1863 clearly shows a religious character, as we would say now: "the radical religious factor was used by external forces to destabilize the situation in Russia." And the mechanism that they used was tested repeatedly on. Pechenegs and Khazars. It’s just obvious that the Bati Kan “grew up” the Greek Catholics, so that there would be a paid “cannon fodder” from cheap (sold) Rusyns (from the word Rusy) for the war with the Russians, including in the southern lands of the Russian Empire (Ukrainе). The same assassination attempt on Tsar Alexander 2 was planned by the Jesuits and Maltese through Russian Greek Catholics.

    So, it is more constructive to discuss issues: Where did the tsarist secret police look? Why did not the detectives prevent the uprising by highlighting the criminal elliment, as the legendary Uritsky said? Where was royal military intelligence?


    That's what is more important to discuss, because the same pattern can be traced today (google: Japanese temple of God (?) Or Todaizen war in Nora).

    Both then and now, “Abwehr” specialists use Orthodoxy as a “whipping boy who is unable to give tasks to adult sleds” for the Baltic Luther King, Bandera Greek Catholics and Caucasian Bachabites, in short read Akbar (German) a-Frodites and Irish (fr) Eulin.

    Shtirlitsu for thought:
    If we recall the legendary Admiral Rozhdestvensky, who courageously and skillfully fought, but suffered a crushing defeat in the Battle of Tsushima, and the “New Auroravets” (Leninists) such as the Beetles, who defeated the Fleet of Japanese flayers in 1946 with the USA, then we can conclude what Spirits on our side and deliver our requests to the Gods. Therefore, we have SEG Udna not GAZ Volga 3110-13 at the Frankfurt am Main auto show as a favorite of the passenger compartment, and spare parts from Volkswagen (auto Geyler - according to it) in SerGeyev Pasade.
    Therefore, it is more important for us to recall our allies - and their legendary US Air Force "gay" board, rather than draw parallels from that information posted on Volkswagen's official website in Russia - where, they proudly report, instead of what they invested from 2 to 5 billion to develop a new chassis for the Volga, and “wipe away the tears” say that, unlike Hitler, they invested 200 milles in Russian land, considering how much they enslaved Abramovich to buy and maintain their castle in Germany at the price of a pack of cigarettes ".


    So, it’s not surprising to draw parallels from the Volkswagen group, or rather their current owners, to the Chernobyl disaster (and if we trace the symbols of the German tank corps with the “swarz god” sign, and whether it was a mistake, or the planned Nazi operation to! Painfully! Massively destroy our people (including the mass of suicides in pain) - a question? Or rather, those Afghan veterans who fought against the “spirits” of terrorism, adjusted for anti-Rambo 3, and felt their whole “mesh Mikhalkov” of scientific research - like the whales of Japan for scientists .
    1. spd2001
      spd2001 13 September 2013 14: 28 New
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      Too many revolutions and comparisons. The brain can be broken. Your post is perceived hard. I did not understand a third of what you specifically wanted to tell them?
      1. Kostya pedestrian
        Kostya pedestrian 16 September 2013 04: 07 New
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        But, Japanese grams [(Po) trouble = 0] easy to read math!

        Thanks to Unsurpassed Hollywood and her foresight, and the Red Army decryption school of guards (so ineptly ruined in the dashing 90s - such as CTJ knox will crush mine n (X) os.kom, as the scripture of the Apostle Saul)

        Most of all I liked your approach to the function of “sharing” and “taking away” when the concert Nissan - “Lion-scissors” Peugeot, decided to settle in Togliatti. By the way, these Frenchmen are unlike the Norman ones, they are some Celtic-Nordic and completely crazy.

        And if we recall, thanks to our Mosfilm, the Cheka, Bulgakov, and personally to the scriptwriter and actors “Master and Margarita”, that Nissan is the month when Christos was crucified, and his “bazaar” with criminals that they say one will be with Christos, and others Since "someone else", it can be assumed that it was already begun "magical sharing" of Russia. Like Japa, they take everything beyond the Volga, but Wagens with Czech Big Foot tanks are everything that goes to the Volga.

        But the most interesting thing is that the pilgrimage of thieves (!) Was played by the friends of Russia, the crowned persons themselves under the auspices of St. George and Michael the “victorious” with their British Administrative Computer Control System ITIL, arch-cunning and three-quarters-foresaw - whoever won, and their 30 pieces of silver for Russia are dripping from all sides, and even the throne of the Khan of the Horde is the whole Earth concurrently with the shadow king of Russia and the surrounding lands. This is the size!

        And if you even think that Togliatti contains two small “Ts” and one large T, then skyscrapers in New York are not a terrorist attack, but a magical Martian ritual to also crush the United States under the heel. Such a gathering of thieves on an earthly scale under the auspices of the Yakuza.

        It would be better, of course, if it were a gathering of SOBR-volcanoes, which the Japanese elders were going to feed. It’s safer for everyone. I heard that a werewolf cannot be killed, but how many can he turn into werewolves?

        And if you remember that history is repeating itself, then this time the Martians made every effort not to make mistakes, although ... I told you everything is repeated, only Skoda have only one arrow, and green, and not two white volts of SS.

        So it is better to be with Sarlsnm, who lives under the dah (bel. Attic), you can frighten the bandit without fear of thermal consequences, but at the same time take away the loot.

        Let Comrade Lenin is proud that his predictions as an invincible arch-strategist have come true, and the Aurora will still make its final shot to commemorate the complete and unconditional victory of the Russian Spirit in the Tsushima battle over the insidious Japanese in the Tsushima battle.
      2. Kostya pedestrian
        Kostya pedestrian 16 September 2013 04: 07 New
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        But, Japanese grams [(Po) trouble = 0] easy to read math!

        Thanks to Unsurpassed Hollywood and her foresight, and the Red Army decryption school of guards (so ineptly ruined in the dashing 90s - such as CTJ knox will crush mine n (X) os.kom, as the scripture of the Apostle Saul)

        Most of all I liked your approach to the function of “sharing” and “taking away” when the concert Nissan - “Lion-scissors” Peugeot, decided to settle in Togliatti. By the way, these Frenchmen are unlike the Norman ones, they are some Celtic-Nordic and completely crazy.

        And if we recall, thanks to our Mosfilm, the Cheka, Bulgakov, and personally to the scriptwriter and actors “Master and Margarita”, that Nissan is the month when Christos was crucified, and his “bazaar” with criminals that they say one will be with Christos, and others Since "someone else", it can be assumed that it was already begun "magical sharing" of Russia. Like Japa, they take everything beyond the Volga, but Wagens with Czech Big Foot tanks are everything that goes to the Volga.

        But the most interesting thing is that the pilgrimage of thieves (!) Was played by the friends of Russia, the crowned persons themselves under the auspices of St. George and Michael the “victorious” with their British Administrative Computer Control System ITIL, arch-cunning and three-quarters-foresaw - whoever won, and their 30 pieces of silver for Russia are dripping from all sides, and even the throne of the Khan of the Horde is the whole Earth concurrently with the shadow king of Russia and the surrounding lands. This is the size!

        And if you even think that Togliatti contains two small “Ts” and one large T, then skyscrapers in New York are not a terrorist attack, but a magical Martian ritual to also crush the United States under the heel. Such a gathering of thieves on an earthly scale under the auspices of the Yakuza.

        It would be better, of course, if it were a gathering of SOBR-volcanoes, which the Japanese elders were going to feed. It’s safer for everyone. I heard that a werewolf cannot be killed, but how many can he turn into werewolves?

        And if you remember that history is repeating itself, then this time the Martians made every effort not to make mistakes, although ... I told you everything is repeated, only Skoda have only one arrow, and green, and not two white volts of SS.

        So it is better to be with Sarlsnm, who lives under the dah (bel. Attic), you can frighten the bandit without fear of thermal consequences, but at the same time take away the loot.

        Let Comrade Lenin is proud that his predictions as an invincible arch-strategist have come true, and the Aurora will nevertheless take its shot to commemorate the complete and unconditional victory of the Russian Spirit in the Tsushima battle with the treacherous Japanese.

        Post-script: as it seems to me this photo contains a clue about the nuclear submarine KURSK - smoking laughter? I’ll say to the Orthodox

        -In vain you change your petey on the Hamburg roosters !!!

  6. user
    user 13 September 2013 11: 10 New
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    Herzen resented: "The nobility, writers, scientists and even students are all infected: patriotic syphilis has sucked into their juices and tissues."

    And we still have numerous Universities are the "name of Herzen" is how you should not respect yourself and the history of your state. Although there are Solzhenitsyn and Sakharov funds that openly call for the destruction of Russia.
  7. George
    George 13 September 2013 14: 33 New
    +2
    Hello all.
    I am preparing for publication material about Baklanov Ya.P. who participated in the events described.
    He even had a conversation with Muravyov on the topic of loyalty to the Poles.
    Yakov Petrovich Baklanov - “The Thunderstorm of the Caucasus”, you can’t be blamed for the lack of character, but the fact that he spoke in defense of the Poles is a fact.
  8. Walking
    Walking 13 September 2013 14: 34 New
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    It’s a pity they didn’t finish the Poles, so that they remember nothing to bark at Russia for life
    1. tilovaykrisa
      tilovaykrisa 13 September 2013 14: 36 New
      +1
      As you are bloodthirsty, following your logic, we needed to finish off at least all the Baltic states and five more nationalities laughing
    2. Kostya pedestrian
      Kostya pedestrian 13 September 2013 16: 37 New
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      Who are you talking about? About the royal dynasty of the Rurikovich? Or about the dynasty of Galician progenitors Peter the Great? In modern language, their origins lie in the Poles in the part of the Principality of Lithuania - a descendant of the great Kievan Rus Vladimir!
    3. Kostya pedestrian
      Kostya pedestrian 13 September 2013 16: 37 New
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      Who are you talking about? About the royal dynasty of the Rurikovich? Or about the dynasty of Galician progenitors Peter the Great? In modern language, their origins lie in the Poles in the part of the Principality of Lithuania - a descendant of the great Kievan Rus Vladimir!
  9. Kostya pedestrian
    Kostya pedestrian 13 September 2013 16: 32 New
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    And someone thought that the same one, Muravyov, perceived the rebels as our federal troops of the Ichkers - he, with all his education, could not even imagine Belarusians or Eastern Poles as ethnic groups independent of the Russians, not to mention independent states .

    And somewhere, he was right, because even the Grand Duke of Lithuania, Russian and Zhemaiti Vytaut did not know the modern Letuviski, Belorussian or Ukrainian languages, but he freely wrote to his brother Lithuanian - King Jagaila of Poland on “Russian grammar”
  10. Bagatur
    Bagatur 13 September 2013 16: 39 New
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    in the Ottoman Empire, Poles were sewn, of which they created the so-called. "Alai Cossack", a troop of cavalrymen ... even they came crushed by the incorporated Bulgarians really ... it must be said, they rejected it!
  11. Vlaleks48
    Vlaleks48 13 September 2013 20: 08 New
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    Eternal memory to the MAN for whom service to the MOTHERLAND above all!
  12. jury08
    jury08 13 September 2013 22: 06 New
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    For Belarusians, he is a hanger, and Kalinovsky is a national hero!
  13. Peaceful military
    Peaceful military 14 September 2013 06: 30 New
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    HONOR AND GLORY TO HEROES!
    And about Poland, for example, Churchill, a terrible Russophobe, said: “The heroic character traits of the Polish people should not force us to turn a blind eye to his recklessness and ingratitude, which for several centuries caused him immeasurable suffering.
    In 1919, it was a country that, after many generations of division and slavery, the victory of the Allies turned into an independent republic and one of the main European powers. Now, in 1938, due to such an insignificant question as Tesin (meaning Tesinska Silesia - REGNUM), the Poles broke up with all their friends in France, England and the USA, who returned them to a unified national life and help which they should soon need so much.
    We saw how now, while a reflection of the power of Germany fell on them, they hastened to seize their share in the plunder and ruin of Czechoslovakia. At the time of the crisis, all doors were closed for the English and French ambassadors. They were not even admitted to the Polish Foreign Minister.
    It should be considered a secret and tragedy of European history that people capable of any heroism, some of whom are talented, valiant, charming, constantly display such shortcomings in almost all aspects of their state life.
    Glory in times of rebellion and grief; infamy and shame during periods of triumph.
    The bravest of the brave too often have been led by the most infamous of the vile!
    And yet two Poland always existed: one fought for the truth, and the other crawled into meanness ”
    _____________________________
    Winston Churchill, "World War II," Prince. 1, M., 1991, S. 147
    1. Walking
      Walking 14 September 2013 14: 05 New
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      Exactly said