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Putin’s Peace Mission: Views from the East and the West

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America, intoxicated with its own exclusiveness, which Barack Obama recently recalled, considers itself the bearer of a liberal ideology and sees itself in the front ranks of freedom fighters for individuals all over the world. However, not America, but Russia gains ever greater prestige on the planet. The reason for the strengthening of Moscow in the international arena is the unceasing attempts of the Russian leadership to resolve the Syrian crisis by peaceful means.




Professor-philosopher, author of more than 40 books and head of the Turkish industrial group "Bash Shirkatlar Grub" Haydar Bash website yenimesaj.com.tr (translation source - Mixednews.ru) clearly spoke on the subject of who and why today can be a leader on the world stage.

According to the scientist, the peoples of the world do not want to participate in wars for resources and play the role of extras in the play called “The Arab Spring”. And this unwillingness of mankind to fight better than others realized Putin. It was he who in a peaceful way prevented a war against Syria, the author notes.

Leaders of states pursuing a colonial policy are now losing their mission, and politicians acting peacefully are becoming true leaders. The leader, the writer notes, does not create the honors provided at official events. The world leader with its policy guarantees the safety of life, property, honor and does not harm either in word or deed.

As a Turk, Haydar Bash would probably like to see the world leader of the Turk. But alas ...

“Of course, our hearts would like a Turk to be such a person. We wish the Turkish nation and its leader to be a leader in the hearts and in reality of all of humanity as a whole. But, the one who contributes to the death of millions in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria for any reason, the world will not accept as the center, it will only be used.

Unfortunately, those who contributed to the death, hunger and left stateless people of Syria, Egypt, Afghanistan, Libya, Tunisia, Yemen, Iraq, can not become a world leader. "


As for Putin, the desire of the New York Times to show a new world leader is connected, among other things, with Putin’s peace initiatives on Syria. In essence, Putin’s mission to protect property, life and the honor of the Muslim world from oppression of the United States and Israel is demonstrated, the author says. To this, the professor adds a mediation proposal voiced by Iran at the SCO summit.

The world was waiting for the new center, which would support the world and keep the aggressors, and waited. The scientist calls Russia such a center. The author calls Vladimir Putin the world leader.

Turkish essayist and entrepreneur echoed the Iranian press.

In a review of newspapers Iran from 10-13 September "InoSMI" opinions about the new mission of Russia in the name of peace are being given.

Resalat writes that with the proposal of Russia to transfer the arsenals of chemical weapons Syria under international control, the intensity of the military conflict in Syria has declined. The newspaper led Iranian officials to respond to the Russian proposal: “Ms. Marzie Afham, secretary of the Iranian Foreign Ministry, said Iran welcomes Moscow’s initiative based on international monitoring of Syria’s arsenal of weapons, and views Russia’s desire to help the military end the military conflict as soon as possible. Syria.

In another issue of Resalat, on the front page, she posted a message about Vladimir Putin’s statement under the title: “V. Putin: "America will refuse the war after the proposals of Russia" ". Noting the efforts of the Russian leadership to prevent, in spite of Washington’s “militarism”, the outbreak of hostilities against Syria, the newspaper quotes the words of the Russian president: “It’s very difficult to force a country that is living under the constant threat of war to unilateral measures.”

Farda noted the positive attitude of the Iranian President to the Russian proposals, which he expressed during the Council of Heads of the SCO member states held in Bishkek. “The Russian Syrian chemical weapons initiative and the encouraging response of Damascus may keep the whole region from a new big war,” the newspaper quotes Rouhani.

In the next issue, commenting on the results of Hassan Rouhani’s participation in the SCO summit, Farda noted that his bilateral talks with the Russian president were the most important of all that were held during the summit with the participation of the Iranian president. Referring to the statement of the presidential press secretary D. Peskov, the publication reported on the invitation from Vladimir Putin to come to Tehran from Hasan Rouhani. V. Putin accepted the offer, however, "details regarding this visit have not yet been communicated."

It was an oriental look. Western - below.

In the edition "Newsday"Registered on Long Island, 16 September was published an article by Katie Young. A publicist pretty hard ironic about how Vladimir Putin, who recently pricked B. Obama in American exclusivity in the New York Times, “conveniently” forgot about the exclusivity of the Russians.

By the way, Katie Young knows the roots of Russian exclusivity. The latter, judging by the text, rests on the idea of ​​the "superiority" of paternalistic power and collective ties over individual rights. It is dangerous to encourage such an ideology, the journalist says without hesitation.

V. Putin’s comment on the concept of American exclusivity, which Barack Obama operates on, contains, in the author’s opinion, unintended irony, including due to Obama’s complicated relationship with this very exclusivity.

Young recalls that in the past, Obama has criticized conservatives for refusing American exclusivity. However, in the 2009 year, for the first time as a president, going abroad, Obama, in fact, downplayed America’s uniqueness, stating the following:

"I believe in the exclusivity of Americans just as, I suspect, the British believe in British exclusivity, and the Greeks believe in Greek exclusivity."


True, Obama immediately made a reservation. He said that Americans have core values ​​that, "despite all the flaws, are exceptional." He also stated about the unique role of American world leadership.

As for the recent speech on Syria, the journalist notes that Obama compared the exclusive status of America with the duty to protect innocent people abroad. Young finds a similar position unusual for the government. Indeed, it turns out that the concept of American exclusivity traditionally focuses on the principle of the priority of individuals over the state. Individuals have certain inalienable rights, and the government gets its power with their consent. This theory is controversial, or not, but it, nonetheless, writes a journalist, is rooted in the field of human rights.

And the Russian president blames Obama for the danger of encouraging people in their own exclusiveness. We should not forget that God made us equal, Young cites Putin’s words.

And then this passage follows:

“There are a lot of naglost. Putin's lecture belongs with the latter. If you’re in the world? Moreover, Putin’s entire political career exploiting this messianic nationalism.


Young was not too lazy to transliterate the Russian noun "insolence". The journalist speaks about Russian anecdotes, which mention the concepts of "impudence" (naglost) and super-inhibition (super naglost). Putin’s “lecture” belongs to the latter category. Apart from Russia, there is no other such country in the modern world, according to Young, whose culture would also be saturated with the idea of ​​unique greatness. In addition, the exploitation of “messianic nationalism” is the key to Putin’s entire political career, the author believes.

The uniqueness of Russia, which differs from the corrupt and individualistic West, is constantly promoted by the pro-government media and the Russian Orthodox Church, Putin’s loyal ally, notes C. Young.

In January, 2012, shortly before returning to the presidency, Putin wrote an article for "Independent newspaper", in which he declared: "The great mission of the Russians is to unite, fasten civilization." He allegedly, is a journalist, spoke of the role of ethnic Russians in a multinational country, but in combination with a well-known nostalgia for the Soviet empire, Putin’s words point to a grandiose vision of Russia's primacy in the world.

As for American exclusivity, its disadvantage can be seen in the fact that, according to Young, it is based on the idea of ​​freedom. But Russia's exclusivity is based on the superiority of paternalistic power and public interests over the rights of the individual - and this is really dangerous to encourage, the author believes.

Network commentators on the article Young spoke in favor of both American exclusivity and against it.

For example, stopbiggov believes that American exclusivity was based on freedom and for the sake of freedom, but Obama pays little attention to this concept, all the while trying to belittle the position of the United States.

Reader reaganwasright sure: Americans are different from people in any other country. The USA is the only country that welcomed migrants in due time, as a result of which it acquired the best and brightest representatives from all over the world. No other country has offered such conditions. This commentator calls Putin a “thief” and writes that all former branches of Russia have passed to members of the Politburo (in the original, “Politoboro”) and their friends. Putin and his team stole billions from the Russian people, believes reaganwasrightso "let's not praise Putin too much."

SarK0Y, speaking of exclusivity, remarks that the unions of egoists are always doomed to failure. In this he finds the reason why Russia survived on such a difficult path. Russia has never been an empire, this reader believes, it is a union of various nations.

Visitor shrubs notes that American exclusivity is based on the capture of countries or the planting of governments. The US is interested in oil, other resources and wealth, labor, as well as territory for military bases. It all comes down to making a profit, the reader notes. After World War II, no other country has destroyed so many millions of people and has not ravaged so many countries as one state did. The commentary author lists: Korea, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Iraq, Libya, Afghanistan, Yemen, Somalia, the countries of Central and South America, Iran and others. Around this state has made enemies. Reminds shrubs about the atomic bombs in Japan, and about Agent Orange, and cluster bombs, napalm, white phosphorus, depleted uranium, etc. "You know," he bitterly ironizes, "we are an exceptional nation." In postscript shrubs notices that America without Russia would have lost the Second World War.

Mrs. Young, add on my own, should ask two questions. First: so whose “exclusivity” is more dangerous? And second: where will the individualists lead their road to freedom?

Observed and translated by Oleg Chuvakin
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  1. Kibalchish
    Kibalchish 27 September 2013 07: 41 New
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    The Americans were simply told throughout their history that they were a nation of winners, and the rest of the nations were either hopelessly lagging behind or going the wrong way.
    1. Horst78
      Horst78 27 September 2013 08: 08 New
      +8
      In general, this exceptional time to exclusive medical institutions together with Misho Saakashvili wassat
      1. RussianRu
        RussianRu 27 September 2013 10: 09 New
        +3
        All national exclusivity suffers most of all than these are not indigenous people but migrants and individuals (liberalists). Migrants, for the reason, to show "what American I am on the board" and this is the worst thing, because they will not stop at nothing. Individuals, just to justify their greedy interests and stuffing their own pockets.
        1. The comment was deleted.
        2. Apologet.Ru
          Apologet.Ru 27 September 2013 12: 38 New
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          hi
          Of all the world-class leaders to date, Vladimir Putin looks the most adequate and consistent, which causes envy among the peoples of other countries and their leaders, and this is a fact.
          Somewhere with him you can disagree and condemn.
          But this man’s attempt to revive the Russian World and the former power of the Russian / Soviet Empire evokes only respect, and I hope not only from me ...

          1. Gari
            Gari 28 September 2013 15: 43 New
            +1
            Quote: Apologet.Ru
            Of all the world-class leaders to date, Vladimir Putin looks the most adequate and consistent, which causes envy among the peoples of other countries and their leaders, and this is a fact.


            American journalists conducted a social survey among US citizens on the Syrian issue.
            The question was: “Which of the world leaders do you consider to be the most effective during the crisis with the Syrian chemical weapons?”

            49% of American residents have named after Russian President Vladimir Putin.

            But with Obama, "only 25% of respondents would go to" intelligence ".

            The next on the YouGov list is the head of Syria, Bashar al-Assad, who was named by 9% of respondents.

            As we see the Americans themselves think so
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    2. SHILO
      SHILO 27 September 2013 08: 18 New
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      And the second: where will the individualists lead their path to freedom?


      Where will it lead? Just look at the symbol of this same "freedom"!
      1. ben gun
        ben gun 27 September 2013 08: 54 New
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        Curiously, I never thought.
        1. hommer
          hommer 27 September 2013 09: 24 New
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          And our youth, whom we often scold, sees it something like this ...
          1. smile
            smile 28 September 2013 00: 59 New
            +2
            men
            Correctly. And our youth is normal, with all its shortcomings, which we, who raised it, are to blame. In any case, modern children have much more patriotism than in the nineties.
        2. t-95-70
          t-95-70 27 September 2013 20: 09 New
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          what would you think
      2. Jack122
        Jack122 27 September 2013 09: 08 New
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        Hahahaha) Again you guys with your symbolism. With a torch in his hand and a spiked headdress there was no Aphrodite and Athens, there was the Colossus of Rhodes, but the author of the demotivator wanted mysticism and kept silent from whom they wrote the image of the statue of liberty, the new Colossus
      3. Per se.
        Per se. 27 September 2013 09: 24 New
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        Quote: SHILO
        Where will it lead?
        1. German
          German 28 September 2013 03: 20 New
          +1
          ... but I was thinking where and why the torch of the statue of liberty ... a horrifying thought! Yes, and the look is happy and the soul is pleasant from the picture !!!
        2. edge
          edge 28 September 2013 15: 32 New
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          not guys, I am opposed .... so not long and roll in their direction. We refrain from bestiality
      4. Rusich51
        Rusich51 28 September 2013 08: 31 New
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        Unfortunately, those who contributed to the death, hunger and left stateless people of Syria, Egypt, Afghanistan, Libya, Tunisia, Yemen, Iraq, can not become a world leader. "

        There was a leader in Turkey - Ataturk. In the next world, I think curses the current Erdogan.



        As for American exclusivity, its disadvantage can be seen in the fact that, according to Young, it is based on the idea of ​​freedom. But Russia's exclusivity is based on the superiority of paternalistic power and public interests over the rights of the individual - and this is really dangerous to encourage, the author believes.

        Russia has always been characterized by social prevalence. Therefore, they beat the adversaries.
    3. eplewke
      eplewke 27 September 2013 09: 21 New
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      I wonder how the "exceptional" Americans felt when the Soviet Union first launched a satellite into space, the first sent a man to the stars, the first to create a nuclear reactor for peaceful purposes ??? There is no such exceptional race! We are all equal! The correct thesis was used by Putin! In general, I am glad that we have such a president! A real man!
    4. washi
      washi 27 September 2013 15: 35 New
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      Quote: Kibalchish
      The Americans were simply told throughout their history that they were a nation of winners, and the rest of the nations were either hopelessly lagging behind or going the wrong way.

      Do you know that Saxons, according to Wikipedia, are descendants of the Slavs, if you look at the map?
      http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%CA%E0%F0%EB_%C2%E5%EB%E8%EA%E8%E9
      Maybe they just want revenge for the fact that they were expelled from the Slavic world?
  2. andrei332809
    andrei332809 27 September 2013 07: 54 New
    +3
    and Hollywood has not yet released a "masterpiece", which shows how the whole civilization went from a cowboy? you see, amers touched the word "exceptional." saliva was sprayed with everything that they could reach. But why is Israel silent? After all, are they the most exceptional?
    1. Pit
      Pit 27 September 2013 10: 49 New
      +1
      Quote: andrei332809
      that's just why israel is silent

      And because they do not want to fight with his own hands, let the cowboys and niggers are killed, and Israel in the most interesting moment from them and deny metnet the other side yelling that he was the vile amerikashki tortured and forced to cooperate. And then it will also trumpet the whole world about the American genocide of the Jewish people.
      We know, swam.
    2. German
      German 28 September 2013 03: 22 New
      +1
      do not touch-yourself-know-what-stink-not-will!
  3. JIaIIoTb
    JIaIIoTb 27 September 2013 07: 55 New
    +2
    In the USA, conscience has a price. Of course, we also have certain circles where everything is the same. But fortunately this does not apply to the bulk of the people.
    Sincerely.
  4. Ihrek
    Ihrek 27 September 2013 08: 14 New
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    Americans are really so dumb that they believe letter by letter to everything their government says. I recently managed to discuss with one American about their world politics. He was sure that America brings peace and democracy to the whole world, but this was before he spoke to me, and afterwards he became very thoughtful. In addition to many facts that are not in their favor, I also told how the history of America began (from the seizure of the territory of North America through occupation, the genocide of the Indians, their women, children, they were poisoned, they let in all sorts of diseases). By the way, and now the Indians are being destroyed by soldering them, they were driven into the reservation. Their life expectancy is two lower than the average American.
    1. Hariva
      Hariva 27 September 2013 10: 38 New
      +5
      In vain you are so with him. The collapse of the world is a dangerous thing. God forbid, he will buy a rifle and begin to wet his own fellow citizens for genocide against indigenous peoples.
    2. holderrr
      holderrr 28 September 2013 08: 21 New
      +1
      If after a conversation with you he thinks, then probably he is not a root Amer, but a migrant. And then Amer and thought !!!
  5. morpogr
    morpogr 27 September 2013 08: 26 New
    +1
    We need more historical articles in the American media about their exclusivity. How they kill civilians with drones, about atomic bombing, the use of chemical weapons in Vietnam. And exclude them from the UN and generally from communication.
  6. FC SKIF
    FC SKIF 27 September 2013 08: 28 New
    +3
    What GDP, the enemy’s power to use against himself with judo learned?
    1. edge
      edge 28 September 2013 15: 35 New
      0
      Quote: FC Skiff
      What GDP, the enemy’s power to use against himself with judo learned?

      If they ask me who the biggest shaman is, I will answer Putin., Because after his campaign, the world did not slide into the abyss.
  7. white_f
    white_f 27 September 2013 08: 37 New
    +2
    Well, enough to chew on this topic. Without a doubt, this is a great achievement of our power on the world stage.
    ps AI-92 we already have 29 rubles.
    1. t-95-70
      t-95-70 27 September 2013 20: 13 New
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      damn it, a huge argument, if it didn’t cost anything then the GDP would be the best. You can’t take a country, which 14 years ago was just in the ass, to take out of this very place without money. This does not happen.
  8. Minsk
    Minsk 27 September 2013 08: 51 New
    +5
    A nation whose goal is the destruction of other peoples and entire countries in order to maintain a standard of living does not have a right to exist.
    1. edge
      edge 28 September 2013 15: 38 New
      0
      Quote: Minsk
      A nation whose goal is the destruction of other peoples and entire countries in order to maintain a standard of living does not have a right to exist.

      You should not have said so; in America there is no nation, there is a British rabble that has consolidated the industrial and financial sphere and organized moral freaks .....
  9. andruha70
    andruha70 27 September 2013 09: 05 New
    +4
    “The great mission of the Russians is to unite, consolidate civilization”
    and what is wrong? That's right. Namely mission! unite and fasten the exceptional into a single, powerful ... wink Civilization. hi
    1. 10kAzAk01
      10kAzAk01 27 September 2013 10: 33 New
      +3
      I sincerely believe in it !!! and ready to rip asses for it!
      1. German
        German 28 September 2013 03: 24 New
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        preferably American and gayrope!
        1. holderrr
          holderrr 28 September 2013 08: 23 New
          +1
          Do not do good to the enemies!
          1. edge
            edge 28 September 2013 15: 41 New
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            Quote: holderrr
            Do not do good to the enemies!

            better we’ll warm them, pour a bucket into a kerosene and strike a match hi
  10. pahom54
    pahom54 27 September 2013 10: 50 New
    +3
    Quote: Jamal
    Americans are really so dumb that they believe letter by letter to everything their government says. I recently managed to discuss with one American about their world politics. He was sure that America brings peace and democracy to the whole world, but this was before he spoke to me, and afterwards he became very thoughtful. In addition to many facts that are not in their favor, I also told how the history of America began (from the seizure of the territory of North America through occupation, the genocide of the Indians, their women, children, they were poisoned, they let in all sorts of diseases). By the way, and now the Indians are being destroyed by soldering them, they were driven into the reservation. Their life expectancy is two lower than the average American.

    Well, initially the Spaniards and the Portuguese were engaged in the genocide of the Indians. But truly, that all the trash-criminals England sent there, this is a fact. So the nation of bandits turns out to be, they continue the bandit policy for what century ...
  11. aszzz888
    aszzz888 27 September 2013 11: 52 New
    +1
    [quote] Professor-philosopher, author of more than 40 books and head of the Turkish industrial group “Bash Shirkatlar Grubu” Haydar Bash on yenimesaj.com.tr (source of the translation - Mixednews.ru) spoke clearly on the topic of who and why today Be a leader on the world stage.
    [/ quote] [quote] According to the scientist, the peoples of the planet do not want to participate in the wars for resources and play the role of extras in a play called "Arab Spring". And this reluctance of mankind to fight better than others, Putin realized. It was he who peacefully prevented the war against Syria, the author notes.
    [Quote]

    The words of an intelligent and far-sighted person. Why do not such frantic presentations like Obamaushka listen to such people?
  12. Mikhail3
    Mikhail3 27 September 2013 12: 06 New
    +3
    And well done American. Clearly identified contradiction. Their way - everyone has the right to "success." That is, it can loot as much as it can. Loot and hold. And our choice is that everyone has the right to life. If someone builds his "success" on someone else's blood, the Russians will shoot him. Beautiful Russian national custom. Choose ...
  13. nnz226
    nnz226 27 September 2013 15: 17 New
    0
    From 1933 to 1945, one nation already declared its exclusiveness - and also "introduced" it (exclusiveness) around the world with bombs and tanks. Badly finished.
    1. edge
      edge 28 September 2013 15: 44 New
      0
      Quote: nnz226
      From 1933 to 1945, one nation already declared its exclusivity - and also "introduced" it (exclusivity) around the world with bombs and tanks. Bad cumshot

      on the contrary, very well, there all of them are for fertilizer ...........
  14. individual
    individual 27 September 2013 18: 32 New
    0
    I read somewhere:
    "God created everyone equal, made their colt different."
    1. Arabist
      Arabist 27 September 2013 18: 35 New
      +5
      Sorry, but it sounds like this: "God created people, and Colt called them equal." There is a modern continuation- "And Kalashnikov went further and equalized entire states."
  15. Dovmont
    Dovmont 27 September 2013 18: 51 New
    +1
    Quote: Vasya
    Maybe they just want revenge for the fact that they were expelled from the Slavic world?

    No, they just mutated, changed their mentality, forgot their language, betrayed the memory of their roots.
  16. Lissa
    Lissa 27 September 2013 19: 54 New
    0
    Quote: Minsk
    A nation whose goal is the destruction of other peoples and entire countries in order to maintain a standard of living does not have a right to exist.


    It was recalled: “That there were no bad people, it was necessary that all the good gathered and killed all the bad.” laughing
  17. Lissa
    Lissa 27 September 2013 20: 06 New
    -2
    No matter what happened to Syria, what happened to Iran after the revolution.

    The problem with dictators (for example, Assad, Reza) is that they do not realize how depressing people are and this oppression is intensifying and intensifying, and the discontent of the people is growing and growing. In the end, all that the people want is to overthrow the dictator. And then what or who? That is the question.
    1. andruha70
      andruha70 27 September 2013 20: 58 New
      +3
      No matter what happened to Syria, what happened to Iran after the revolution.
      like be-2 years ago, and in Syria no one thought about the revolution ... they enjoyed life, raised children, went to work ... and in Libya, did not think ... and in Yugoslavia. and about dictators, nobody heard there I've heard ... and how be-from the position of Greece, Cyprus, Spain and all sorts of other Bulgaria and the Baltic states, we can also say that Angela (judging by your flag) is a dictator ... lol and how-if in your country, the discontent of normal people in relation to all sorts of pi ... and climbed ... will increase and increase, will you overthrow your "dictator"? that is the question
    2. edge
      edge 28 September 2013 15: 48 New
      +1
      Quote: Lissa
      The problem with dictators (for example, Assad, Reza) is that they do not realize how depressing people are and this oppression is intensifying and intensifying, and the discontent of the people is growing and growing. In the end, all that the people want is to overthrow the dictator.

      hide a scarecrow if you don’t know the interfaith particularities of Syria. Read a textbook on political science and then discuss
  18. t-95-70
    t-95-70 27 September 2013 20: 15 New
    0
    Well, at least in this article there are fewer stanotics and vomiters, for whom, everything that the Russian government does not do is bad.
  19. Lissa
    Lissa 27 September 2013 21: 47 New
    -1
    Quote: andruha70
    No matter what happened to Syria, what happened to Iran after the revolution.
    like be-2 years ago, and in Syria no one thought about the revolution ... they enjoyed life, raised children, went to work ... and in Libya, did not think ... and in Yugoslavia. and about dictators, nobody heard there I've heard ... and how be-from the position of Greece, Cyprus, Spain and all sorts of other Bulgaria and the Baltic states, we can also say that Angela (judging by your flag) is a dictator ... lol and how-if in your country, the discontent of normal people in relation to all sorts of pi ... and climbed ... will increase and increase, will you overthrow your "dictator"? that is the question



    I believe that you do not believe in the existence of a dictatorship, or you and I define it differently.
    1. Russ69
      Russ69 28 September 2013 01: 12 New
      +1
      Quote: Lissa
      I believe that you do not believe in the existence of a dictatorship, or you and I define it differently.

      What is a dictatorship? In Syria, Assad came to power, only in 2010, and at 11 it was already blazing. What did he do this for a year.
      And then the question is why is the same dictatorship in Qatar. Bahrain, Saudi Arabia is supported by the United States, a strange country that loves so much ranting on this subject ... Dictatorship and others, this is only a fictitious reason.
      1. edge
        edge 28 September 2013 15: 52 New
        0
        Quote: Russ69
        Dictatorship and others, this is only a fictitious reason

        dictatorship is infinite power, based on lies and hatred.
    2. andruha70
      andruha70 28 September 2013 08: 27 New
      0
      I believe that you do not believe in the existence of a dictatorship, or you and I define it differently.
      Dictatorship (Latin dictatura) is a form of exercising state power, in which the entirety of state power belongs to only one political position, belonging either to one person (dictator) or to the ruling group of persons (party, union, class, etc.) and what is there to define differently? it is important, from which belfry to look at it and how? for me personally, in the United States, that Republicans, that Democrats, express the essence of one political position, which means there is a dictatorship lol The functioning of the dictatorial regime is accompanied by radical or repressive measures against political opponents and severe suppression or elimination of those rights and freedoms of citizens that in one way or another contradict the position of this regime. in France, millions of people came out with the demands of their rights and freedoms-contrary to the position of this regime on the institution of the family ... their rights-eliminated. So there is a dictatorship.
  20. densh
    densh 27 September 2013 21: 53 New
    0
    As a Turk, Haydar Bash would probably like to see the world leader of the Turk. But alas ...
    I want a new Ottoman Empire, but alas.
  21. Budilnik
    Budilnik 27 September 2013 22: 29 New
    0
    There is no crime that the world of capital would not commit for its own interests. And the chemical attack carried out by the United States at the hands of al-Qaeda bandits is a confirmation of this, just as the alliance itself would seem incredible. And Obama's speeches at the UN are at the top of lies and hypocrisy. What kind of good for humanity can we talk about by destroying thousands of people around the world? And Zionist PR throughout the world turns everything upside down, calls black everything white ...
  22. vvpll
    vvpll 27 September 2013 22: 34 New
    0
    Obama has compared America's exceptional status to the duty to protect innocent people abroad.

    The United States will appoint the innocent, as I understand it.
  23. Lissa
    Lissa 28 September 2013 17: 48 New
    -1
    Quote: Russ69

    What is a dictatorship? Assad came to power in Syria, only in 2010, and at 11 it’s already blazed. What did he do this for a year.


    Excuse me, what year is Assad the president of Syria? lol And who was the president before him?
  24. Lissa
    Lissa 28 September 2013 17: 52 New
    0
    Quote: andruha70
    I believe that you do not believe in the existence of a dictatorship, or you and I define it differently.
    Dictatorship (Latin dictatura) is a form of exercising state power, in which the entirety of state power belongs to only one political position, belonging either to one person (dictator) or to the ruling group of persons (party, union, class, etc.) and what is there to define differently? it is important, from which belfry to look at it and how? for me personally, in the United States, that Republicans, that Democrats, express the essence of one political position, which means there is a dictatorship lol The functioning of the dictatorial regime is accompanied by radical or repressive measures against political opponents and severe suppression or elimination of those rights and freedoms of citizens that in one way or another contradict the position of this regime. in France, millions of people came out with the demands of their rights and freedoms-contrary to the position of this regime on the institution of the family ... their rights-eliminated. So there is a dictatorship.


    Please tell me, how do you define democracy?
    1. andruha70
      andruha70 28 September 2013 21: 09 New
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      Please tell me, how do you define democracy?
      I will honestly say: first, I wanted to demand an answer from you regarding the definition of such a concept as a dictatorship (I, as it were, expressed my vision of this action ... but I didn’t wait from you ... winked ) then, maliciously so wassat , lay out another “sheet” with TSB or WIKE, with my vision of such a thing as democracy tongue BUT ... realizing that you are a Woman, moreover, a young Woman love interested in such issues hi I, as a true gentleman (I think so ... repeat ) I will answer in another way: Dear Mademoiselle, in the natural nature of being, there are no such concepts as: dictatorship, democracy, authoritarianism, communism ... (well, there are no such concepts, not on the moon, not on Saturn, not on the proxima of the centaur .. . smile ) these are all definitions, people came up with ... and one of them is a pretty smart person (his last name is Einstein wink ) expressed his opinion that everything in the world is relative ... and that’s the point ... it all depends on what position and angle to look at these phenomena. (I hope, not too abstruse? winked )
  25. Lissa
    Lissa 28 September 2013 22: 40 New
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    Quote: andruha70
    Please tell me, how do you define democracy?
    I will honestly say: first, I wanted to demand an answer from you regarding the definition of such a concept as a dictatorship (I, as it were, expressed my vision of this action ... but I didn’t wait from you ... winked ) then, maliciously so wassat , lay out another “sheet” with TSB or WIKE, with my vision of such a thing as democracy tongue BUT ... realizing that you are a Woman, moreover, a young Woman love interested in such issues hi I, as a true gentleman (I think so ... repeat ) I will answer in another way: Dear Mademoiselle, in the natural nature of being, there are no such concepts as: dictatorship, democracy, authoritarianism, communism ... (well, there are no such concepts, not on the moon, not on Saturn, not on the proxima of the centaur .. . smile ) these are all definitions, people came up with ... and one of them is a pretty smart person (his last name is Einstein wink ) expressed his opinion that everything in the world is relative ... and that’s the point ... it all depends on what position and angle to look at these phenomena. (I hope, not too abstruse? winked )


    Thank you for your reply. You are right, everything is relative.
    1. andruha70
      andruha70 28 September 2013 23: 25 New
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      you're welcome! hi
  26. Lissa
    Lissa 28 September 2013 22: 48 New
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    Quote: hert
    hide a scarecrow if you don’t know the interfaith particularities of Syria. Read a textbook on political science and then discuss

    I agree, you need to switch to textbooks on political science, otherwise I still read only on political philosophy. But I don’t feel like “having a discussion” with you.

    Be happy smile