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About Georgian wine, Stalin and the national question

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The murderer of another Russian guy, this time in the Moscow area of ​​Biryulyovo, turned out to be a bastard from Azerbaijan, who is being searched for murder in his homeland. Thus, Russia for several years has turned into a garbage can, where the dregs of society from all over the world flow. In such a nutrient medium, the thousandth herd of Red Sea – Tolstozh… x chiefs, from the so-called municipal police to the migration service at all levels, successfully fatten. They drive in cars with flashing lights and continue to mumble about the fact that crime has no nationality.


In large part, this "budget public" consists of small and cowardly people. They easily set up a few law enforcement officers against another angry mob. And its most active participants after the suppression of their "riot" called drunken scumbags.
In the meantime, overcrowded trains and airplanes from Central Asia and Transcaucasia continue to arrive daily in major cities of the country. A special sort of immigrants - from the Russian North Caucasus. The local youth has lived for more than a decade in fact in the war zone and, as a rule, does not have the skills of peaceful working professions. At the same time, Chechnya, Dagestan and Ingushetia are stunned by unemployment, which pushes young people into the incomprehensible and sometimes hostile world of the northern Russian territories, where no one expects them. And where they often assert themselves with a knife and a pistol.

All this is rapidly leading to a dangerous delimitation of citizens of the country along ethnic lines. The greatest tension passes through the Krasnodar Territory, Stavropol and the Rostov Region. Ethnic incidents happen there almost daily.

However, so much has been said and written about it that once again the trumpet truths get boring until another stabbing shakes the indigenous population somewhere in Kondopoga, Sagra, Pugachev, St. Petersburg, Volgograd, Moscow ... But there is problems and deeper content.

Flirting of the Moscow federal authorities with illegal and legal Asians, as well as their patrons in the Middle East, becomes a cover for the gigantic fuss of various “interested” people around the largest fragment of the USSR - the Russian Federation. Well-known Russian intellectuals and specialists repeat this. Same Eugene Satanovskiy, President of the Institute of the Middle East, a leading expert in the field of policy of the countries of the Middle East.

It has become an axiom that the current federal government is firmly seated on the oil pipe and does not do anything that could change this shameful state. On the contrary, everything that still remains alive from the Soviet rich heritage is stupidly and criminally destroyed by a handful of officials attached to power. Before our eyes, the educational system is changing for the worse, the machine-tool industry, the electronics industry, civil aviation and much more are brought into decline. Against this background, the presidential team continues to look for markets around the world for its favorite gas and oil. On your mind - where else to hold the pipe?

Can such primitivism be left unattended in the modern developed world? Of course not. And now the former Bedouins, educated in the best universities, are thinking about how to break the neck of this colossus and snatch their own. Such pathos is not without foundation. They say that Belaruskali abandoned by the “Russian” oligarchs has already fallen under the influence of the well-known Middle Eastern dwarf state of Qatar. Belarusian fertilizers are offered for sale through it anywhere, even to Brazil. Not for nothing, it is clear that the father imposingly suggests the Kremlin to master our Kaliningrad region.

Qatar in general is a vivid example of how several people in burnuses, with brains and money, can be led by the nose of a “northern bear” with all its thieving and stupid bosses, with their atomic clubs. At first, the guys in the burnuses built gas liquefaction plants, donated gas tankers and started selling gas regardless of the presence of pipelines. Today, they are building gas terminals in Poland, and very soon they will offer our Slavic brothers from Ukraine and Belarus, as well as to buyers from the Baltic countries, cheap gas.

Another gift from Qatar is financing the construction of a gas pipeline from Turkmenistan through Afghanistan to the seaports of Pakistan. The Taliban, great friends of the Qatari sheikhs, will be blessed unconditionally. Turkmen gas, which comes to us today in large quantities, will run out at once.

The final blow to the “world backstage,” including Muslim, in Putin’s Russia could be a collapse in crude oil prices. At the beginning of the 80 of the last century, Saudi Arabia, in collusion with the United States, knocked them down to 9 dollars per barrel. With the cost price in 14 dollars on Soviet oil and the huge military spending on the Afghan war, the USSR was doomed - and after 10 years it ceased to exist. What will happen to the Russian budget, more than half formed from future revenues for the export of oil and gas, if all these factors fire at the same time?

With the budget and with the country will be very bad. Buy defense equipment, civilian and military aircraft, milk, meat and potatoes for food there will be nothing. Production of all listed in own country today is systematically approaching zero. Premier M, his ministers Manturov, Lebanon, Poghos, Shuvalov, brilliantly cope with this, and the president, though he thinks about something important, but more often - international (according to the Constitution). In order not to interfere with them, the government imports more and more hundreds of thousands of migrants from the south. As a result, the protest of the boys from hundreds of provincial and metropolitan "biryulevy" will continue to be directed against them, and not a handful of "new Russians" pumped with money.

So it turns out that the external problems of the country for someone are perfectly combined with internal, international. At the same time, our Qatari and Saudi "friends" hardly "saw" hundreds of billions of dollars from oil and gas, like our pseudo-rulers. They train theologians and send them to Russian mosques. In parallel, equipping the type of one-handed thugs Khattab, and those with weapons in the hands they win new living spaces for their owners.

The global trend of mass relocation of people from poor Asian sands to the north is only gaining momentum. By the way, we are not alone in this. In Europe, the same problems. But to confront this is necessary. The question of returning to the propiska system is already being discussed. It is time to establish the municipal police, making its employees all-powerful and highly paid combat units. To recruit her among army officers and servicemen leaving the ranks of the Armed Forces.

It is time to return and the Ministry of National Affairs. Even the bloody tyrant I. Stalin understood this and headed the specialized Commissariat personally. It was located in a beautiful place - in Trubnikov Lane of Moscow. At the same place Minnats revived B. Yeltsin. But at the beginning of 2000's, Putin closed down. They say that an eye to the building was put by his friend, an intelligent-looking man with a beard and wearing glasses - Minister of Economic Development G. Gref.

Since the time of Joseph Stalin, a collection of excellent Georgian wine was kept in the basement of the ministerial house. What would Joseph Vissarionovich offer in this situation: “Let the Georgian greet comrade Gref leave to himself. But the ministry, comrade Putin, it’s time to return! ”
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  1. smel
    smel 21 October 2013 06: 38
    +9
    Well, what did the author want to say ??? There are many thoughts, but everything is messed up in a heap and smeared throughout the text. Apparently, the inaction of the authorities in matters of migration policy, the solution of the national question and the restoration of production is still a complex topic. And about Stalin - a separate song. The current leaders in patriotism and responsibility do not compete with him
    1. Civil
      Civil 21 October 2013 06: 53
      +1
      Smeshnooo, they took the blow away from the ruling class of businessmen, as a result, the people appointed the officials themselves guilty :-) :-) :-) :-) and laughter and sin :-)
      1. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov 21 October 2013 07: 01
        16
        Quote: Civil
        Ridiculous, they took the blow away from the ruling class of businessmen,

        Businessmen need cheap labor, that’s why hell is brought in by train. It’s just profitable, just talking about big money, and what it has led to now and may lead to in the future it’s not interesting. Houses in London or even where it is, well, just in case fireman .
        Business and government officials are one and the same thing, that the situation would change, not the will of Steel-Putin is needed, but the will of the people themselves.
        PS It is advisable to start hanging from the State Duma.
        1. domokl
          domokl 21 October 2013 07: 13
          +5
          Something I’m completely stupid in the morning ... What is the article about? If it’s about business, then what does the ministry have to do with it? If it’s about politics, then why is it impossible to buy anything soon? If about the economy, then ...
          For me, everything is clear for a long time and everyone needs everyone to live by the law. That's all. To get a crust or a thick wallet, or a dad is a minister, etc. were not an indulgence from punishment ...
          1. Dima67
            Dima67 21 October 2013 09: 20
            +7
            Good morning! Article dregs, mixed in a bunch of horses, people. And byaka Stalin was noted. The announcement of a film about Vasily Stalin had just been shown on the program "Morning on 1m" and the announcer said that Stalin was the most sinister figure of the 20th century. Oh how! No longer the possessed Adolf, but Stalin. Such are the things.
            1. Vasia kruger
              Vasia kruger 21 October 2013 11: 17
              +3
              Even a donkey can kick a dead tiger ... and kick if it asserts itself in its own eyes. What else did you expect from them?
          2. MIX58
            MIX58 21 October 2013 17: 57
            +2
            For me, everything is clear for a long time and everyone needs everyone to live by the law. That's all. To get a crust or a thick wallet, or a dad is a minister, etc. were not an indulgence from punishment ...

            That's it! "So that with London as well as with Don." .. it was just a saying .. !! The punishment must be UNAVAIDABLE --- The thief must be in PRISON !!!
        2. KazaK Bo
          KazaK Bo 21 October 2013 10: 06
          +4
          Quote: Alexander Romanov
          Businessmen need cheap work with

          I agree about cheap labor. But, in my unenlightened view, there is a need to consider one more point on this issue and understand that wild, rampant unemployment in our national republics and new independent states can lead, at the beginning, to the murmuring, then to riots (Kyrgyzstan) of young people, who simply don’t know what to do with themselves and are ready for anything because of despair.
          So new "khans, emirs and padishahs" are pushing this entire marginal stratum of their population into Russia - and there is less danger ... and a solid income from money sent from Russia (up to 40% of the national income in TAJIKISTAN).
        3. Gato
          Gato 21 October 2013 21: 51
          0
          Quote: Alexander Romanov
          PS It is advisable to start hanging from the State Duma.

          Why so indecisive? DG is the beginning of all beginnings?
    2. vladimirZ
      vladimirZ 21 October 2013 07: 26
      +9
      Everything in the article is correct, except for one thing. Name I.V. Stalin's "bloody tyrant" is at least wrong, this is a liberal cliché, justifying their inability to run the state.
      Stalin I.V., unlike modern leaders, was able to pull the country out of an even deeper pit of local nationalism, widespread banditry, resistance to bureaucracy, mass illiteracy of the population, mass starvation and the complete collapse of industry.
      Stalin I.V. - a genius as the head of state, any other at that time, would have led Russia to death.
      It was possible to cope with that situation only through a tough struggle, only through the destruction of the irreconcilable enemies of the people. There was no other option. And as subsequent historical events showed, the struggle of Stalin I.V. was justified, allowed to build a superpower that saved Russia.
      The adherence to the supreme power of the state of liberal politics, as exemplified by the current one, can only lead to the self-destruction of Russia, which we have been seeing for more than 20 years. And this is not the end of the destruction process.
      1. ivshubarin
        ivshubarin 21 October 2013 08: 26
        +7
        Stalin IV himself was a revolutionary and knew how to destroy the country, so all attempts at revolution were nipped in the bud
        1. stranik72
          stranik72 21 October 2013 20: 09
          +1
          "and knew how to destroy the country" I wonder what you came up with. Yes, of course it is "he" and not the grand duke who betrayed the last Russian tsar, it was he "terrible" Stalin who organized the 1st World War and dragged Russia into it, he brought the country to the situation of the February revolution.
          1. ivshubarin
            ivshubarin 22 October 2013 17: 16
            0
            Stalin knew who directed and sponsored the revolutionaries and how to undermine the foundations of the state, because he himself was engaged in this.
      2. Vasia kruger
        Vasia kruger 21 October 2013 11: 18
        +2
        I subscribe to every word.
      3. Lyokhin63
        Lyokhin63 10 November 2013 18: 28
        0
        I think the phrase "bloody tyrant" is written with irony. The author is a big plus.
    3. 225chay
      225chay 21 October 2013 10: 50
      +3
      Quote: smel
      Well, what did the author want to say ??? There are many thoughts, but everything is messed up in a heap and smeared throughout the text. Apparently, the inaction of the authorities in matters of migration policy, the solution of the national question and the restoration of production is still a difficult topic.


      That's right ...
      And the Old Man probably doesn’t need to drive a wave in the light of the Kremlin’s relations with Belarus. He really can raise the agricultural sector in the Kaliningrad region ... Although Asgard probably knows better position)
    4. GDP
      GDP 21 October 2013 12: 04
      +1
      It seems to me that the author was trying to bring the idea that while our country is a raw materials appendage of the West and until we develop neither industry nor high technology, there will be a demand for low-paid and low-skilled labor. Ultimately, this will lead to even greater growth of immigrants from Central Asia and the Caucasus (and those whom we last want to see here), the dependence of the Russian economy on oil demand, and a decline in the standard of living of the population and the economy as a whole.
    5. honest jew
      honest jew 21 October 2013 14: 33
      +8
      Even the bloody tyrant I. Stalin understood this and headed ...


      Delirium and only !!!. If it were not for Stalin, Russia would not have existed long ago, all of today's industrial potential on which Russia could barely breathe was created under Stalin !!! The space program was laid by Stalin, the nuclear shield was created under Stalin, the Northern Fleet was founded by Stalin, Stalin put everyone at their desks, each according to his ability !!! There was no such corruption under Stalin, as now !!! Now the oligarch thieves are in power, under Stalin they would be sawing wood !!! The fact that they shot real enemies of the people, bribe takers, corrupt officials, pests is a normal phenomenon. In my family a portrait of Stalin hangs on the wall, this is a newspaper clipping from the 30s, this family portrait a relic, my grandfather handed it over to his son, and my father handed it to me. Because we fought for Stalin and for the Motherland against the fascists, we restored after the war the ruined economy under the leadership of Stalin. Thanks to Stalin we formed our state of Israel !!! Therefore, it is for us a personality of universal scale !!! And do not come up with myths about this great man !!!
      1. ivshubarin
        ivshubarin 21 October 2013 14: 38
        +2
        Not only for you !!!
      2. Dima67
        Dima67 21 October 2013 16: 36
        +1
        Well said!
        1. jjj
          jjj 22 October 2013 03: 25
          0
          Comrade Stalin will soon cease to be a "bloody tyrant"
  2. tronin.maxim
    tronin.maxim 21 October 2013 06: 39
    +2
    Migrants, our eternal misfortune. Although no, the trouble is in our officials. As one poet said: if this happens, then someone needs it! And who they we know very well, I will not comment further, just one mate!
    1. shpuntik
      shpuntik 21 October 2013 07: 17
      +1
      tronin.maxim SU Today, 06:39 AM New
      Migrants, our eternal misfortune. Although no, the trouble is in our officials.

      Why is it eternal? Only a hundred years will be, in 2017, more precisely in 2022. 12 republics were attached to Russia, here is the result: everyone has their own country, Russians have the Russian Federation instead of Russia, and they themselves are Russians. Yes, and also Belarus and Ukraine separately. Here is the result.
    2. Sirocco
      Sirocco 21 October 2013 08: 07
      +1
      As one poet said: if this happens, then someone needs it!
      Authorities have long merged with the police and crime. So, the eternal Russian problem, What to do ???
    3. ivshubarin
      ivshubarin 21 October 2013 09: 14
      +4
      No, the trouble is not eternal, it appeared after the collapse of the USSR. Before that, we lived in one country
    4. 225chay
      225chay 21 October 2013 10: 58
      +4
      Quote: tronin.maxim
      Migrants, our eternal misfortune. .. if this happens someone needs it! And who they we know very well,

      the Kremlin is full of enemy agents. just look at their faces ...
  3. Mikhail m
    Mikhail m 21 October 2013 06: 57
    +3
    Nitro did not cancel the demographic pressure. If there is a territory with an excess of population, and a territory with resources nearby and sparsely populated, the development of vacant lands is inevitable, despite the resistance of the natives. This story is as old as the world. And the Russians are right now in the position of those same Aboriginal people. And birth statistics are far from joyful. Population growth is provided by Russians, but not Slavs.
  4. ivshubarin
    ivshubarin 21 October 2013 07: 05
    -2
    "Arguments of the Week" have again been paid money, add fuel to the fire
  5. 528Obrp
    528Obrp 21 October 2013 07: 31
    0
    - Kill another Russian guy, for this ra
    - It has become an axiom that the current federal government sits firmly on the oil pipe and does nothing,
    - Belarusian fertilizers are offered for sale through it anywhere, even to Brazil. Not in vain, apparently, the Old Man impressively offers the Kremlin to master our Kaliningrad Territory.

    - With the budget and with the country it will be very bad.
    “Let Comrade Gref keep the Georgian booze.
    Does the author have an explosion in the head? What is the article about? one confusion. Article -
    1. alone
      alone 21 October 2013 19: 07
      -2
      it seemed to me that they gave him an urgent article to write, and he had the wrong mood. he opened any site and began to write what he read there. here and the article. read the article and remembered the speeches of the hunchback-labeled. many words and no specifics. started with killers, finished in Georgian booze)))) author, you wouldn’t hurt to have a bite.
  6. FC SKIF
    FC SKIF 21 October 2013 07: 38
    +1
    Somehow everything is in a bunch. Here and Birulevo, and gas from Turkmenistan, and Stalin's wine. For such articles, an event is not necessary, so water can be poured without a reason.
  7. pensioner
    pensioner 21 October 2013 07: 45
    +1
    Andrey uglanov sucks negative His notes in Arguments came across before ... Since then, his head has only gotten worse. Ready to chip in for treatment ... And here's another thing I want to say. I remember the arguments of the times of the USSR ... Yes, and in the 90s there was a good publication. But how they have degraded over the past 5-6 years !! The newspaper seems to be thick, but there is practically nothing to read. 10-15 minutes. And that’s all ...
  8. major071
    major071 21 October 2013 07: 49
    +4
    I didn't understand anything. What I read the article - what not. Maybe the author has "Monday is a hard day?" recourse
  9. nemec55
    nemec55 21 October 2013 07: 53
    10
    Well, guys with gas, everything is simple. Qatar will supply the whole world with gas, and we will supply Gazprom with money for fucking tariffs.
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 21 October 2013 08: 33
      +3
      Quote: nemec55
      Qatar will supply the whole world with gas

      Does Qatar think so?
  10. 528Obrp
    528Obrp 21 October 2013 08: 35
    +3
    Quote: nemec55
    the guys with gas everything is simple Qatar will supply the whole world with gas

    Not quite easy. They wanted to try - they got another prince. They will not be allowed to shave the mittens on the partners’s shirts. And oil will not fall. Again the states will not allow it - they have the same revolution, in the sense of shale, and it is expensive. Qatar has one way - Syria and beyond. Vector is clear
  11. borisjdin1957
    borisjdin1957 21 October 2013 08: 58
    +2
    from the Don.
    The author mixed horses, people! I understand, he is not indifferent, like all of us! I’ll tell you about one thing - the abolition of the moratorium on the death penalty, confiscation of property, visa regime, change of government and much more. Damn, I’ll even dream!
    1. ivshubarin
      ivshubarin 21 October 2013 09: 02
      +2
      Dreaming is not harmful; it is harmful not to dream. I will support your dreams
  12. alekseyal
    alekseyal 21 October 2013 09: 17
    +7
    Stalin is a Russian nationalist, Russian nationalists say.
    Stalin is a communist, say the communists.
    Stalin - scum and villain, scum and rascals say.

    http://nstarikov.ru/books/19273
    In the modern history of Russia there is no more famous person than Joseph Stalin. Disputes do not stop around him, and the assessments of his activity are diametrically opposed. There is no politician to whom so many words and phrases not spoken have been attributed. There is no statesman accused of so many crimes not committed by him. How to understand this ambiguous personality? The best way is to turn to the documents and memoirs of those who knew him personally.

    The book, based on the memoirs of contemporaries and associates of Stalin, documents and historical facts, will help you find answers to the most pressing questions:

    Was Stalin a despot in relations with his associates and subordinates?
    Did Stalin really prevent his army from fighting with his inept leadership?
    What caused the repression in the prewar period?
    Why are Stalin’s speeches regarding geopolitics very relevant today?
    Why did contemporaries consider Stalin a very witty person?
    Why in our time, falsifiers of history took up the memoirs of Stalin’s comrades
    Why did Stalin love the writer Mikhail Bulgakov and did not love the poet Demyan Poor?
    Why did Nikita Khrushchev hate Stalin so much?

    Why in the first months of the war did the “allies” send words of sympathy to the USSR, and not tanks and planes?

    This book will help you understand the complex historical era and the equally complex personality of I.V. Stalin. His biography, in the context of real historical events, gives an understanding of the motives of his actions. But the facts from the memories of real people - this is the story itself. Why did the figure of Stalin, long and firmly forgotten, precisely today find such a voluminous shape? What are some of our contemporaries seeking nostalgia for in it and what are others so fiercely opposing?
    Whatever the contradictions, one thing is clear: Stalin, at the cost of incredible efforts, managed to preserve and strengthen the gigantic country, making it one of the superpowers of the twentieth century.
    The Kremlin wall has many graves. One of them is the tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
    Another is the tomb of the Unknown Commander-in-Chief.
    1. ivshubarin
      ivshubarin 21 October 2013 09: 47
      +1
      I have already read.
    2. Dimon-chik-79
      Dimon-chik-79 21 October 2013 14: 56
      -2
      Stalin Russian nationalist? Is it not with Comrade Beria?
      But in general it is interesting to read.
      Without controversy, Stalin is not an unambiguous personality outstanding on all sides, who in a short time and contrary to many tragic events created a great powerful power! Some rethought ideas might prove useful now. But let's not forget who and what price paid for this greatness! Collectivization, the Gulag, the repressions of the 30s, where the guilty and not fell under the distribution, are vivid examples of the fact that you should not so unconditionally admire that historical period of our country. It is one thing now to discuss this after so many years in a more or less comfortable environment, and another when you yourself, your family or friends fall under the cruel hammers of those events. I think the enthusiasm would then be reduced immediately. But nonetheless
      And it’s even sad that in a short period of time, probably 30 years after Stalin’s death, the power fell apart incompetently!
      1. ivshubarin
        ivshubarin 21 October 2013 15: 24
        +2
        Under Beria, repression fell by 30%. Khrushch cheated the man. Ironically, whoever signed that for the "enemy of the people" is supposed to be shot were later shot, Stalin was against shot.
      2. Lyokhin63
        Lyokhin63 10 November 2013 19: 21
        0
        Quote: Dimon-chik-79
        No debatable

        Quote: Dimon-chik-79
        ambiguous

        Quote: Dimon-chik-79
        the guilty

        Quote: Dimon-chik-79
        cruel hammers

        You ought to go back to school and get some money on the subject of "Russian".
        I want to write to you about my grandmother. Born in 1920, miraculously survived (famine in the Volga region). She grew up in the village. In 1941 she volunteered for the front. She was a signalman. In 1943, she received a severe concussion and more than a hundred fragments to the left from heel to shoulder. The large ones were pulled out, and the small ones she wore until the end of her life. Received cancellation and disability. After the war, she worked in a kiosk in her village. She gave birth to three children, who, by the way, ALL received higher education at the Aviation Institute. She received her first and last order from the grateful Motherland in 85. So what am I getting at. For her grandmother, with all her history, STALIN was a taboo, untouchable, higher than God (in which she believed from childhood). I myself am a "child of perestroika". Stalin's atrocities were already openly sanctified by the press. And I, of course, too. Only if he started talking about it in front of his grandmother - he received a stick on a kumpol. I’m thinking, SHE can judge STALIN with HER HISTORY or us, in a comfortable environment ... And who among us is a victim of propaganda ...
  13. Peaceful military
    Peaceful military 21 October 2013 09: 55
    +3
    Yes situevina.
    Well, what did you want, the friendship of peoples has been canceled, the ideology of cannibals introduced. angry
  14. vlad.svargin
    vlad.svargin 21 October 2013 12: 48
    +4

    It has become an axiom that the current federal government is firmly seated on the oil pipe and does not do anything that could change this shameful state. On the contrary, everything that still remains alive from the Soviet rich heritage is stupidly and criminally destroyed by a handful of officials attached to power. Before our eyes, the educational system is changing for the worse, the machine-tool industry, the electronics industry, civil aviation and much more are brought into decline. Against this background, the presidential team continues to look for markets around the world for its favorite gas and oil. On your mind - where else to hold the pipe?
    ... Flirting of the Moscow federal authorities with newcomers to illegal and legal Asians, as well as their patrons in the Middle East, become a screen for a giant fuss of various "interested" people around the largest fragment of the USSR - the Russian Federation.

    Everything suggests that since 1991 we have been "ruled" from across the ocean. And now they continue through their "agents of influence" who have "consolidated" their positions over the years and it is still difficult for patriotic forces to remove them. Many adious figures are still at the "trough", although they can see great harm: "torn apart" one strategic industry went to another to ruin it - the main thing is to "cut" uncontrollably budget funds. Try to clean it up, the entire Anglo-Saxon West will "take up arms" along with their "pugs"
  15. Cherdak
    Cherdak 21 October 2013 22: 11
    0
    Another liberal pisun from bloody Mordor, for whom the main event in his life was "getting to know Anya Politkovskaya." Yes, and the articles are stamped as if they were a selection: Who needs the fragments of the Soviet empire, Chinese falcons are the pride of MAKS-2013, The war of the future was lost yesterday, etc.
  16. Petrik66
    Petrik66 22 October 2013 00: 22
    -1
    I don’t think about how to link the place of registration of real estate in the center of Moscow to the bloody dictator Stalin (as without him), Georgian wine and nat. question. The author needs to prepare ...... and not bullshit Tolkatt.
    1. Revolver
      Revolver 22 October 2013 06: 25
      0
      Quote: Petrik66
      bloody dictator Stalin
      For the "bloody dictator" you minus. Even if Stalin himself cannot defend his honor and dignity for a very good reason (he died in 1953), do not hope that there is no one else to do it. Especially on this site.
  17. Revolver
    Revolver 22 October 2013 07: 07
    0
    The murderer of another Russian guy, this time in the Moscow region of Biryulevo, turned out to be a bastard from Azerbaijan, who is also wanted in the homeland for the murder.

    Here's a curious story in the state of New York in the early 1990s.
    Some eccentric letter M committed a brutal murder in New York. I don’t remember the details, but the main thing is that the New York state court gave him life without parole, since the tower in New York was canceled.
    Meanwhile, it turned out that he had previously managed to be noted wet in the state of Ohio. He was safely deported from New York Prison to Ohio, where he was sentenced to a tower.
    And here the governor of New York, Cuomo (dad of the current governor), a shit and liberal, obtained through federal court his return to New York, on the grounds that his execution would deprive New York of the opportunity to execute (!!!) a life sentence.
    And then came the 1993 elections. Republican candidate Pataki, among other things, pledged that his first action as governor would be a pardon, so that he [filtered] would finally be sent to Ohio's death row. The Republican won not only and not so much for this. And in 1994, taking office, he immediately signed a pardon. True, then some defenders of human rights and fighters against the death penalty sued the state of New York, demanding that the pardon be declared invalid, since it in fact does not mitigate but increases the punishment. But the court ruled that the right of the governor to pardon is declared in the Constitution and is not limited by any laws, which means that the pardon is valid. In general, I do not remember exactly when, but this [filtered] was dragged out of prison by force to freedom, and at the gate the cops from Ohio were already waiting for him with handcuffs, and they were taken to the death row crying for him for a long time. Where it was "fried" very soon, i.e. the sentence was carried out.
    I really don’t know if there is a tower in Azerbaijan, and if so, did he earn it there. But if you earned it, so can he have mercy in the Russian Federation?