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From Sochi to the Arctic, or What Russia scared the American admiral?

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Earlier this week, Sergei Shoigu held a conference call - the first after long New Year and Christmas holidays. During the meeting, among other topics discussed the theme of the plans of the Ministry of Defense for the near future. The Minister noted that the priorities for the military at this stage are: training contract servicemen, creating high-quality infrastructure in the Arctic, creating the National Center for Defense Management of the state, and ensuring the safe conduct of the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi. It is worth touching on some areas designated by the Minister separately.


One of these areas is the Arctic. Since last year, the Ministry of Defense has been working on the creation of military facilities in the Arctic zone. Restoration of several Arctic airfields, including the strategically important for Russia (in particular, to ensure the safety of the Northern Sea Route) airfield "Temp", located on Kotelny Island of the Novosibirsk Archipelago, was carried out. In the coming year, the military department of the Russian Federation plans to intensify work on the restoration and modernization of a number of military facilities in the Arctic. In the medium term, carry out reconstruction and modernization work in Tiksi (Yakutia), Naryan-Mar (Nenets Autonomous District), Anadyr (Chukotka), Nagurskaya (Russia's northernmost frontier post and the northernmost airfield on Franz Josef Land) and other Arctic territories. The main areas of work are the creation of an air transport infrastructure - WFP, capable of receiving all types of aircraft, creating a full-fledged military infrastructure with the involvement of contract servicemen who have undergone special training.

It is noteworthy that after the manifestation of Russian activity in the Arctic region, Western "partners" raised alarm. In particular, Admiral Jonathan Grinert, the Commander-in-Chief of the United States Navy, scored an alarming rail. Greenert delivered a special report in which he called on the top of the Pentagon to attend to Russia's actions in the Arctic. According to the commander-in-chief of the United States Navy, Washington urgently needs to take down the transfer of destroyers and additional submarines to the Arctic region, otherwise the United States will significantly lag behind Russia in the Arctic, and "the balance will not be in favor of democratic forces."

From Sochi to the Arctic, or What Russia scared the American admiral?


The situation for the western public was also stirred up by British journalists. In particular, the world-renowned edition “The Times” opaquely hints that the United States will soon have to seriously fork out for a military presence in the Arctic. According to observers, if the melting of the ice in this region continues, new routes for the delivery of various goods will appear and, as a result, the threat of confrontation (up to the military) between the interested states will increase. The Times, for its part, also pushes the Pentagon to invest in the Arctic infrastructure right now, “before it's too late.”

In this regard, it will be very interesting to what extent the Pentagon is ready to listen to admiral's and journalistic advice. If we consider that one of the tasks of the American military department is to “attract” budget funds to yourself, and even taking into account the fact that especially impressionable citizens who fear the “Russian Arctic threat” are not only in the Pentagon, but also in the US Congress, then we can expect activity in the Arctic and from the American side. Arms race? Well, if Washington is full of "bite", then it is the most ... And in this case, it is important not to smack the fever for the Russian defense department, while continuing to carry out the planned plans methodically.

It should be noted that the American "partners" express extreme concern about the activation of the Russian military in the Mediterranean Sea too. On January 15, the Russian Ministry of Defense provided information on the entry of the naval carrier group of the Russian Navy into the Mediterranean Sea through the Strait of Gibraltar. The carrier group consists of two tactical segments. The first segment is represented by the Admiral Kuznetsov air-carrying cruiser and the large Admiral Levchenko anti-submarine ship, the second segment is the Olenegorsk Miner BDK along with several long-range vessels. During the campaign, the actions of both the sailors themselves and the deck pilots are practiced aviation. The campaign has been going on for more than three weeks, during which more than 3,5 thousand nautical miles (almost 6,5 thousand kilometers) have been covered.

If this campaign worries the American side so much, then these are problems of the American side only ...
Returning to the last conference call, held by Sergei Shoigu, it should be noted that the minister made a special emphasis on the creation of the above-mentioned National Center for State Defense Management (NCUOG). In fact, the Center will become a super-departmental structure that will deal not only with the management of directly military formations, but also with work with, say, the accompanying departments. The plans for the near future are to integrate management systems and monitoring activities of such departments as Rosatom, Roshydromet, Rosvodresursy together with the General Staff. Initially, a separate ministry, the Emergencies Ministry, was planned to be brought under the NTUGS wing, for which Sergei Shoigu was often criticized, accusing him of trying to extend his powers to other government spheres. Today, the situation with the Ministry of Emergency Situations as a structure of the NCUOG is not fully clarified.
Structurally, the National Center for Defense Management of the state will consist of three units: the highest command, which will be represented at the level of contacts of federal authorities with the military department, combat command (command of individual military operations) and the center of daily activities (coordination of the activities of various law enforcement agencies in peacetime).

The mentioned third link makes it possible for the NTSUOG to work effectively to solve the long-standing problem: to coordinate the actions of the security forces to increase the overall security in the country, that is, to identify areas of interaction between the units of the Ministry of Defense, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the FSB, etc. Such interaction should develop now - how For example, the words of Sergei Shoigu about providing security at the Sochi-2014 Olympiad. Coordination of actions of all power structures without exception will contribute to effectively countering the terrorist threat both in terms of the preparation and holding of the Games, and after their completion. The main thing is that the work of the NCUOG is really a job, and not a developed system of additions, mutual hanging of orders and medals or, on the contrary, a sharp undercover struggle under the slogan "who is more important here?"

So, the priorities are set, the main plans of the Minister sounded. It remains to move to a new phase of implementation. If this is not lame, then the positive results will be visible is not far off.
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  1. Internal combustion engine
    Internal combustion engine 16 January 2014 09: 05
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    Putin is concerned about the Arctic because the appetites of Russian-speaking oligarchs grow with their meals. Huge reserves of Arctic riches do not allow them to sleep well, and therefore they turned the tail of our "sovereign". But if you think about it, why should America and the West be sad about this? After all, all the same, all the gas and even the proceeds from its sales end up with them. Our commodity oligarchs do not spend a dollar at home "at home". Everything is carried there - to the West. There is a light in the window, there is a guarantee that they will not take everything away.
    1. LaGlobal
      LaGlobal 16 January 2014 09: 32
      +32
      Dmitry, please calm your ardor! You are forever dissatisfied with ours!

      Quote: ICE
      After all, all the same, all the gas and even the proceeds from its sales turn out to be with them


      - Know, you have paranoia, my foe! Are you offended by the president because you are not sitting in his chair? Or is it from that series, if it rains, is Putin to blame ?!
      1. Simon
        Simon 16 January 2014 21: 47
        +15
        ICE, but I don’t understand that for some reason the Americans suddenly fussed around the North, because all the same, all the income from raw materials will go to them (as you say). Let the Russian oligarchs invest money in the North, and they would withdraw the jackpot, but they often began to spawn on this subject. An interesting question, isn't it. request yes
      2. favn
        favn 18 January 2014 17: 27
        +4
        The cat left the kittens!
        This is Putin's fault !!!
      3. kplayer
        kplayer 19 January 2014 18: 24
        +3
        Are the gasoline prices satisfied with the Gazprom slogan "National Treasure"? Apparently the dreams of Russians also come true.
        Americans fussed !? Not one AUG and ADH are already directed to the Arctic?
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    3. sledgehammer102
      sledgehammer102 16 January 2014 09: 42
      +32
      Quote: ICE
      But if you think about it, why should America and the West be saddened by this. After all, all the same, all the gas and even the proceeds from its sales are with them.

      ... are you stuck in 1999-2004 years ???

      Quote: ICE
      Our raw material oligarchs do not spend a dollar at home.

      They fork out for every major project, and how, although I agree that the very existence of such a group as "oligarchy" is an unhealthy situation.

      As for the article, explain this thesis to me.
      According to observers, if ice melting continues in this region, new delivery routes for various goods will appear and, as a result, the threat of confrontation (up to the military) between the interested states will increase.


      I have little idea of ​​the military confrontation over the Northern Sea Route, when it lies entirely along our coast, all the way to Norway.

      Everything is clear with resources, oil, gas all that. But then transport in this confrontation? One FIG of the Russian Federation will dominate all, since this is not their zone in principle.
      1. Besoffner
        Besoffner 16 January 2014 12: 11
        +6
        [quote = sledgehammer102] [quote = ICE] But if you think about it, why should America and the West be saddened by this. After all, all the same, all the gas and even the proceeds from its sales are with them. [/ quote]
        ... are you stuck in 1999-2004 years ???
        [/ Quote]
        That’s for sure, since that time our budget has been half formed at the expense of various taxes and excise taxes on the extraction, processing, export and sale of gas, oil, other resources and oil products. They receive gas and oil, but the lion's share of the proceeds from this goes to the budget of the Russian Federation.

        [quote = ICE] Our commodity oligarchs do not spend a dollar at home "at home". [/ quote]
        They fork out for every major project, and how, although I agree that the very existence of such a group as "oligarchy" is an unhealthy situation.
        [/ Quote]
        Yeah, one restored Chukotka, the second - bought Faberge eggs. And who does not agree with the leadership's initiatives ... in general, they have recently amnestied.
        1. demel2
          demel2 16 January 2014 12: 55
          +7
          And yes, this character who restored Chukotka to me personally is not very sympathetic. But I must say. That the locals were very pleased with him.
        2. 11111mail.ru
          11111mail.ru 16 January 2014 16: 42
          +1
          Quote: Besoffner
          Yeah, one restored Chukotka, the second - bought Faberge eggs. And who does not agree with the leadership initiatives.

          In general, let them scratch their eggs in their underpants.!
      2. Besoffner
        Besoffner 16 January 2014 12: 11
        +12
        [Quote]
        As for the article, explain this thesis to me.
        [quote] According to observers, if the melting of ice in this region continues, new routes for the delivery of various goods will appear and, as a result, the threat of confrontation (up to the military) between the interested states will increase. [/ quote]

        I have little idea of ​​the military confrontation over the Northern Sea Route, when it lies entirely along our coast, all the way to Norway.

        Everything is clear with resources, oil, gas all that. But then transport in this confrontation? One figs of the Russian Federation will dominate all, since this is not their zone in principle. [/ Quote]
        [/ Quote]
        So so, there is a so-called. territorial waters that cannot be entered (each, 30 miles), there is an economic zone (200 miles from the coast). You cannot enter the territory of the water, but in the economic one - at least swim around, only fish cannot be caught. Therefore, if you go outside the territorial waters, then there are no violations of the law. Moreover, "we" after the collapse of the USSR voluntarily renounced sovereignty over the Soviet Arctic north.
        But still, these zones mean nothing. Read the story. The historical experience of the English and American colonialists gives us the following ...
        at one time it was necessary for American landowners to expand their plantations, and nizzy - the lands of the Indians. And so they issue a law according to which the owner of the land has the advantage of the one who cultivates it. And the Indians at that time lived by hunting, cattle breeding, gathering, that is, they did not cultivate the land. And on the basis of this law, the Indians were ousted from the lands of interest. Further, the appetites of American landowners grew again, but by that time the Indians had already learned to cultivate the land and became "landowners" themselves. And then the American democratic government democratically adopted a democratic law stating that farmers with higher technology of land cultivation have priority over farmers with lower technology. The Indians, essno, lagged behind the American "partners" in this matter. Therefore, according to this law, the land was democratically taken away from them, for processing not by the totalitarian Indians, but by the democratic Americans.
        Why is this parable. And to the fact that international law on the exclusivity of zones can and change. Moreover, already high-profile American "comrades" have repeatedly stated that minerals should be under international jurisdiction, and not under national jurisdiction. Therefore, if we do not have strong positions in the world, we will not be able to legally defend our right to the Arctic, and if we do not have a strong Arctic grouping, we will not be able to actually defend it.
        Like with Abkhazia and South Ossetia. While the 58th army is strong, these countries are guaranteed independence. As soon as we leave there, their legal status will be unimportant. Even if they are recognized three times by all, they will lose their independence.
        Returning to the Arctic ... With a strong Russian fleet, it is much easier to “prove” its sovereignty over the shelf, water area, islands, and over the Northern Route itself. Actually, the article is about a future attempt to take away this sovereignty from us and that our strong fleet in the Arctic will thwart this attempt.
        1. just exp
          just exp 16 January 2014 19: 00
          +2
          We have a shelf on our shelf as our territory is designated, which means that our territorial waters are far from 30 miles from the coast of the mainland.
          1. dustycat
            dustycat 18 January 2014 22: 18
            0
            This is still necessary by the presence of the appropriate armed forces to prove.
            And so that even thoughts to refute did not arise.
        2. Oh no no no
          Oh no no no 17 January 2014 06: 57
          +1
          the so-called territorial waters that cannot be entered (each, 30 miles)


          Territorial waters - 12 nautical miles (22,2 km).
          1. commbatant
            commbatant 2 February 2014 13: 32
            0
            Quote: Ay-yay-yay
            the so-called territorial waters that cannot be entered (each, 30 miles)


            Territorial waters - 12 nautical miles (22,2 km).


            I wanted to say that there is still an economic maritime zone - 300 miles
      3. dustycat
        dustycat 18 January 2014 22: 12
        0
        If everything is clear to you here
        Quote: sledgehammer102
        Everything is clear with resources, oil, gas all that.


        That here that is not clear?
        Quote: sledgehammer102
        But then transport in this confrontation?
      4. kplayer
        kplayer 19 January 2014 18: 38
        0
        Did you look at the map, is our entire Arctic (most, but not all), and where does our Northern Sea Route, if it runs along our shores?
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    4. Angry reader
      Angry reader 16 January 2014 09: 45
      +13
      Sorry for the indiscreet question, here you are in the rain, did not want to shoot yourself, never? fellow
      1. LaGlobal
        LaGlobal 16 January 2014 09: 51
        +5
        Quote: Angry Reader
        Sorry for the indiscreet question, here you are in the rain, did not want to shoot yourself, never?


        Personally, I don’t! I like any weather!

        And you, Dmitry? Judging by your post - I would like, moreover, more than once. bully
        1. Angry reader
          Angry reader 16 January 2014 10: 29
          +5
          It was not addressed to you, but to the internal combustion engine.)) Follow the arrow)
          1. LaGlobal
            LaGlobal 16 January 2014 11: 03
            +4
            Quote: Angry Reader
            It was not addressed to you, but ICE


            drinks I am stupid!
            1. Angry reader
              Angry reader 16 January 2014 11: 26
              +5
              drinks drinks soldier let's compare)
              1. KuzmichDP
                KuzmichDP 19 January 2014 20: 18
                0
                I support you completely and completely, with all four limbs, dear !!! wink drinks
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      3. mejik
        mejik 16 January 2014 10: 33
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        Quote: Angry Reader
        Sorry for the indiscreet question, here you are in the rain, did not want to shoot yourself, never? fellow

        Reading some komenty, you see, this one would shoot himself in the rain, and this one would be in the coming spring or fall. Well-known facts of medicine, which ...
        1. Angry reader
          Angry reader 16 January 2014 10: 38
          +1
          That was the irony laughing
      4. yehat
        yehat 16 January 2014 11: 57
        0
        just drown
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      6. Ascetic
        Ascetic 16 January 2014 16: 28
        +2
        Quote: Angry Reader
        here you are in the rain, did not want to shoot yourself, never?


        He probably works in "Rain" or is an active listener
        1. Angry reader
          Angry reader 16 January 2014 18: 47
          0
          ..If you were, a little recourse more attentively to the addressee of my message, it is unlikely that they would have sent me to Dozhd, at least with empty hands hi
    5. RussianRu
      RussianRu 16 January 2014 09: 51
      +2
      Our commodity oligarchs do not spend a dollar at home "at home". Everything is carried there - to the West.

      But don’t you carry your money there yourself? Example: Cyprus, Greece, Turkey, Egypt. Probably go to Europe on excursions.

      Enough balamute already enough.
    6. ShturmKGB
      ShturmKGB 16 January 2014 11: 11
      +11
      Cockroaches fluttered ... the bear came out of hibernation, so get in line with ... well, the volcine life ended!
      1. tomcat117
        tomcat117 21 January 2014 18: 56
        0
        "Admiral Jonathan Greenert, Commander-in-Chief of the US Navy, scored into the" alarm rail ". Greenert"
        The good news is that the Russian flywheel is spinning slowly but surely and, most importantly, ahead of the thoughts and deeds of our "friends" McCain and others like him. Their skewed faces are becoming a daily routine.
    7. SHILO
      SHILO 16 January 2014 14: 45
      +8
      It is noteworthy that after the manifestation of Russian activity in the Arctic region, the alarm was raised by Western “partners”. In particular, Admiral Jonathan Greenert, Commander-in-Chief of the United States Navy, scored in the "alarming rail".


      They would have to worry about something else! belay

      In the US, more than 30 officers who served in Air Force bases tried to deceive command on the exams. They learned the test questions and prepared the answers in advance. Another ten people, according to the investigation, used or stored drugs. All violators from the service were removed. It is known that some of them were responsible for the launches of intercontinental ballistic missiles.

      Recently, there have been so many scandals in the US Air Force that it is possible to call this the largest, probably, only by the number of military men involved in it. An official investigation found that 11 officers who served in six air bases, used and distributed drugs. Three from this list (names and titles are hidden) were on duty on missile bases in Montana and North Dakota. There in the underground mines are American intercontinental ballistic missiles Minuteman 3 with nuclear warheads. Strategic forces are part of the US Air Force.

      However, the bad news was not the only one. The drug investigation led to another scandal. It turned out that during the monthly tests, the missile officers did not hesitate to cheat, sending each other SMS with answers. Not only the moral character and adequacy, but also the competence of those who hold their finger on the American "red button" are now in doubt.

      Malmstrom base is a breach in the US nuclear shield. It was there that the officers who took over on duty in the bunkers left the armored doors open. This base was also subordinated to the former commander of strategic forces, General Michael Carey, who became famous after a trip to joint exercises in Russia. In the hotel on Tverskaya, the American rocketman behaved like a hussar. He drank all night, interfered with the musicians and flirted with the cigar saleswomen. Another senior officer, Vice Admiral Tim Jardine, Deputy Commander of Nuclear Forces, ruined his career with a passion for the game. He was dismissed after it was suspected that he walks in the casino with fake chips.

      The consequences that await the current guilty military personnel, has not yet been announced. 34 officer suspended from service. However, if the US Air Force is punished, it is not strictly. General Keri, who was strolling in Moscow, for example, was not fired, but simply transferred to another position. Now he is responsible not for intercontinental rockets, but for space ones.
      1. DEMENTIY
        DEMENTIY 16 January 2014 15: 04
        +5
        Quote: SHILO
        They would have to worry about something else!


        Greetings Kostyan!
      2. Ascetic
        Ascetic 16 January 2014 17: 51
        +11
        Quote: SHILO
        In the United States, more than 30 officers who served at the Air Force bases tried to trick the command on exams. They learned test questions and prepared answers in advance.


        Damn laughed to tears ... The exam in the Strategic Missile Forces is something ... We called it the admission to independent work ... You take a runner-sheet and go around all the heads of the relevant services in about 16 disciplines for the first number. Each soul will not take on tests, and on your questions, condemning yes you are older than them .. don’t know go get ready, etc. For class (this is an additional percentage of salary) it is already simpler, although he himself passed the 1st grade thoroughly, it’s easier for the master, as they say on the basis of merit. Drug is generally the finish line. Do they really have no mandatory physical examination before entering the database like ours? Or are the doctors in share? Yes, and no one will tolerate a troubled comrade in a shift who can mess up or take a nap for him in addition to his tasks. I remember there were problem officers. One feigned fainting, the other colleagues refused to serve, the third in a shift could get drunk in the trash. You couldn’t get rid of such quietly, especially in such a close team, you can’t hide problematic behavior. Moreover, if it affects the others, no one will tolerate it. For this decomposes the team from the inside, the equipment and tasks are so complex and responsible that every combat unit counts and here the passenger is so stoned in the shift. Although everything is different for them, the computer basically works for them. We still have the human factor as the determining factor. They at the lower links only control the operation of the machine, everything happens in autonomous mode me.U us though there is automatic modes but prepare calculations of independent action mainly worked through the problem number one. a sudden strike from constant readiness, or an immediate withdrawal to the checkpoint, this is the main purpose of constantly on-duty combat crews.
      3. luka095
        luka095 18 January 2014 00: 01
        0
        Increased, so to speak ... lol
    8. Rimlianin
      Rimlianin 16 January 2014 17: 16
      +1
      I completely agree +++++++++++++++
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    10. Stalker
      Stalker 16 January 2014 22: 27
      +1
      otherwise the United States will significantly lag behind Russia in the Arctic, and "the balance will not be in favor of democratic forces."


      Every time I laugh at their wording "Democratic Forces".
      1. tundra
        tundra 18 January 2014 21: 42
        0
        But this shkolota will not die of modesty. Medicine is powerless here.
    11. PSih2097
      PSih2097 17 January 2014 00: 48
      0
      Quote: ICE
      There is a light in the window, there is a guarantee that everything will not be taken away.

      very many thought so ... But nevertheless they were selected, and everyone could reach it.
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  2. Wedmak
    Wedmak 16 January 2014 09: 08
    +12
    Americans were imported in their mink. It seems that they are beginning to realize that their global power will soon come to an end, and then they will not succeed in serving their time on their own continent, as they did after the outbreak of conflict. So they will find out what it means when enemies come to your house, and not somewhere in Africa or Syria.
  3. Stiletto
    Stiletto 16 January 2014 09: 08
    +18
    According to the Commander-in-Chief of the United States Navy, Washington urgently needs to deal with the transfer of destroyers and additional submarines to the Arctic region, otherwise the United States will significantly lag behind Russia in the Arctic, and "The balance will not be in favor of the democratic forces."

    Here it is, the quintessence of the United States' policy - "brothers, they are trying to push our chosen people out of the trough!"
    1. Fin
      Fin 16 January 2014 11: 14
      +15
      According to the Commander-in-Chief of the United States Navy, Washington urgently needs to move the destroyers and additional submarines into the Arctic region,

      And we urgently prepare a dozen self-propelled unmanned icebergs.
      1. dmitrij.blyuz
        dmitrij.blyuz 16 January 2014 15: 46
        +7
        Fell under the table! The idea is worthy of respect. You, it seems, will not leave us without work! We will have to start creating the element base for the Iceberg project, With a reactor, of course. good
        1. Angry reader
          Angry reader 16 January 2014 18: 49
          +2
          ... and for every unmanned iceberg, along the Smolensk birch)
        2. dustycat
          dustycat 18 January 2014 22: 29
          0
          Actually enough to dig into the archives.
          The idea of ​​delivering icebergs to Africa in the USSR was worked out.
          Both with a sailing and with a more energy-intensive propulsion.
    2. Danafxnumx
      Danafxnumx 16 January 2014 15: 11
      +2
      Quote: Stiletto
      According to the commander-in-chief of the United States Navy, Washington urgently needs to take down the transfer of destroyers and additional submarines to the Arctic region, otherwise the United States will significantly lag behind Russia in the Arctic, and "the balance will not be in favor of democratic forces."

      and what? the man says correctly, increases the defenses of OUR Motherland - destroyers in the Arctic are certainly good ... only this ... America has no icebreakers ... or are they planning to put them there for fun until spring?
      1. Kunar
        Kunar 16 January 2014 21: 57
        +1
        Her ... They freeze them in ice like bunkers))))
      2. dustycat
        dustycat 18 January 2014 22: 34
        0
        Icebreakers that is.
        There are no atomic ones.
        But the aircraft carrier "Ford" was recently launched into the water not with steam, but with electromagnetic catapults and an ice belt.
        Steam catapults in the cold often fail.
  4. makarov
    makarov 16 January 2014 09: 19
    +8
    In all likelihood, the Chukchi, Koryaks, Yakuts, and Eskimos will have to master a new fishery in order to gain control over the passage of "brotherly" vessels in the vicinity. To do this, solicit from Shoigu, so that they would drag a couple of captured Somalis to them laughing
    1. Wedmak
      Wedmak 16 January 2014 09: 27
      +10
      In all likelihood, the Chukchi, Koryaks, Yakuts, and Eskimos will have to master a new fishery to gain control over the passage of "brotherly" vessels in the vicinity.

      Shooting the noosers?
      1. makarov
        makarov 16 January 2014 09: 57
        +1
        Namely noosers !!! laughing
    2. Andrey57
      Andrey57 16 January 2014 12: 49
      +6
      No, they don’t need to learn anything, it’s enough to get ready. Offices to send the correct price to the game, and the hunters themselves will figure out where and how to hunt more conveniently !!! good
      1. Wedmak
        Wedmak 16 January 2014 13: 19
        +3
        the hunters themselves will figure out where and how to hunt more conveniently !!!

        Is Alaska ours? )))
        1. mountain
          mountain 16 January 2014 15: 24
          +5
          Everything has long been ours, just some countries still do not know about it.
      2. Ilja 22
        Ilja 22 17 January 2014 05: 14
        0
        aha))) ++++
    3. 11111mail.ru
      11111mail.ru 16 January 2014 16: 57
      +1
      Quote: makarov
      a couple of captured Somalis

      Do you know how Somalis differ from Senegalis? I give a tip "I do not dream of Tanya and Gali, not native fields, not forests. In Senegal, brothers, in Senegal I have seen such miracles, oh, they are not weak, brothers, oh, the shine of the wave, the flicker of the oar ... brothers, in Senegal I have seen such miracles ... "A. Gorodnitsky.
  5. Grbear
    Grbear 16 January 2014 09: 34
    +2
    The plans for the near future are to unite management and monitoring systems of such departments as Rosatom, Roshydromet, Rosvodresursy together with the General Staff. Initially, it was planned to bring a separate ministry under the wing of the NTSC: the Ministry of Emergencies, for which they often criticized Sergei Shoigu,


    Something like a cabinet transitional governments.
    In case we play enough liberal liberal games, and it will be necessary to manage.
    1. Danafxnumx
      Danafxnumx 16 January 2014 15: 14
      +1
      Quote: GrBear
      It reminds one of the Cabinet of Ministers of the transitional government.
      In case we play enough of liberal-democratic games, and it will be necessary to govern.

      yet it is ...
      I won’t be surprised if, in addition to the Ministry of Emergency Situations, they subsequently bring to this office the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the FSB, to coordinate actions ...
      1. dmitrij.blyuz
        dmitrij.blyuz 16 January 2014 20: 20
        0
        Olenka! And what has the Ministry of Emergencies to do with it? Shoigu. He died with us, near Krasnoyarsk. And, once, back in 1999, we drank vodka with them. Just in a trailer near the runway.
  6. Leopold
    Leopold 16 January 2014 09: 35
    +8
    The fact that US admirals are worried about the increase in cargo flows and the development of gas production along the undemocratic northern coast of Russia shows how much their pocket under Obama has become thin
  7. major071
    major071 16 January 2014 09: 46
    +18
    If ice melting continues in this region, new routes for the delivery of various cargoes will appear and, as a result, the threat of confrontation (up to the military) between the interested states will increase

    And if it doesn’t last? They have no methods against Kostya Saprykin. To have at least some weight in the Arctic, you need a powerful icebreaker fleet. We have some, but they have, they don’t. And to build - it will take time and a lot of money, and during this period it is possible and necessary to firmly gain a foothold in the Arctic, so much so that not a single scum could pluck us from there.
    1. Besoffner
      Besoffner 16 January 2014 14: 39
      +5
      [quote = major071] [quote] need a powerful icebreaker fleet. We have some, but there is [/ quote]
      not "any", but the most powerful (even now after the collapse of the USSR), and even if it is inferior to the total icebreaker fleet of other countries, it is quite a bit.
      I found out unexpectedly that the Russian fleet (the Soviet power of all fleets and fleets of the Russian Federation) is second only to the American one in power. As for the underwater component, then here we are ahead.
      I like the trends in the army in recent years. It’s a pity that with the modern draft system and the initial military training, our organized mob reserve (stock) will decrease significantly. It seems like they write about 20 million people now, but taking into account the fact that about 300 thousand are called in a year, this number should be reduced to 10 million. And again, by this indicator, we are almost ahead of the rest.
      1. Danafxnumx
        Danafxnumx 16 January 2014 15: 16
        +1
        Quote: Besoffner
        It’s a pity that with the modern draft system and the initial military training, our organized mob reserve (stock) will decrease significantly. It seems like they are now writing about 20 million people, but given that they call about 300 thousand a year, this number should be reduced to 10 million. And again, by this indicator, we are almost ahead of the rest.

        now there is simply no need for reserve ...
        in Chechnya they will manage without them, and in the event of a global turmoil, they still do not know how to control ballistic missiles ...
        1. dustycat
          dustycat 18 January 2014 22: 44
          0
          In the case of global turmoil, you still need to use tanks and infantry fighting vehicles and armored personnel carriers and missile boats and a bunch of different weapons to control.
          The same drones.
          Do we have many young technician stations left?
          I am generally silent about the circles of technical creativity at DOSAAF - our local DOSAAFs rent 80% of their office space. It is good if driving schools are preserved in category C, and not just A and B.
  8. GUARDIAN ANGEL
    GUARDIAN ANGEL 16 January 2014 09: 47
    +8
    Parity of forces in the Arctic in favor of Russia and these are not empty words! Air defense is a complete imbalance in favor of Russia in view of its land borders. Take a look at the most favorite weapons of the nearest competitors aircraft carriers. In order to achieve parity, it is necessary to have at least 2 ice-breaker-type aircraft carriers + ice-breaker-type support vessels. Tell me who has these aircraft carriers? Therefore, it makes no sense for Russia to build simple aircraft carrier groups, but Russia does have aircraft carriers available that can cut ice and sail in warm countries.
    1. Wedmak
      Wedmak 16 January 2014 10: 16
      0
      The parity between the USA and Russia is understood in the USA as: The USA has a submachine gun and grenades, Russia has a saber and a cap with ear flaps.
      1. Besoffner
        Besoffner 16 January 2014 14: 45
        +2
        Quote: Wedmak
        The parity between the USA and Russia is understood in the USA as: The USA has a submachine gun and grenades, Russia has a saber and a cap with ear flaps.

        In fact, no, the main striking force is fighting bears with partisans armed with four W: Hat, Shashka and Kalash
        1. Angry reader
          Angry reader 16 January 2014 18: 52
          0
          ... and air defense -birches grown in the Smolensk region))
        2. Kunar
          Kunar 16 January 2014 22: 02
          0
          Ushanka has already been presented ....
    2. Besoffner
      Besoffner 16 January 2014 14: 43
      +4
      Nafig aircraft carriers are not needed for these purposes. It is very expensive. The construction period of the aircraft carrier is from 14 years. And besides, exploitation in arctic conditions ... They are not adapted. the deck will ice (for example).
      Yankees need aircraft carriers to attack third countries that have no ability to counter. We have multipurpose submarines that multiply by zero AUG. There is TARK, there is naval aviation, which can also fight them. Aircraft carriers will not fight for the Arctic.
      1. dustycat
        dustycat 18 January 2014 22: 51
        0
        So that the decks are not frozen, and recently lowered the Ford series aircraft carrier. With an electromagnetic catapult, with an ice belt, with a heated deck and two reactors.
        1. Besoffner
          Besoffner 20 January 2014 11: 56
          0
          Well, yes, only they have not made this catapult yet. Heated deck, two reactors. This is certainly good. But the more complex the device, the higher the probability of failure of a thread of the system. And to drive such an aircraft carrier into the ice of the Arctic, and even against the Russians - like driving an expensive LandCruiser to a village off-road. Or to transport furniture to Escalade. Like, both devices will cope with the task, but for the village it is better to buy a UAZ (I don't mind it). And for the transportation of furniture, order a GAZelle, since it is cheaper than restoring an Escalade salon.
          I hope the idea is clear.
  9. ZU-23
    ZU-23 16 January 2014 09: 47
    +6
    The Yankees fussed in the cypress, we must still scare them with fighting bears laughing Now they’ll cut the printing press for infrastructure in the Arctic again, and believe in the army there is such corruption that Serdyukov quietly smokes on the sidelines.
  10. QWEST
    QWEST 16 January 2014 09: 56
    0
    at least in something ours succeeded
  11. JonnyT
    JonnyT 16 January 2014 10: 15
    +4
    A lot of wealth! They do not give rest to the entire world oligarchy ...... But, among other things, if the ice clears the way, this direction will be unbroken, like the United States and all ...... The American general is correct. Across the north to the United States at hand ....... sit out no longer work
    1. Besoffner
      Besoffner 16 January 2014 14: 47
      +3
      yes, they are not afraid of this, but a full-fledged exit of Russia to the sea. So they need destroyers there to neutralize our Arctic fleet, plus money for the Northern Sea Route. While we were not interested in the Arctic, nobody needed it. As soon as the practical measures for the resumption of presence began, and even such thorough ones as the organization of the airfield, the "partners" immediately intensified
      1. Danafxnumx
        Danafxnumx 16 January 2014 15: 22
        +1
        Quote: Besoffner
        So they need destroyers there to neutralize our Arctic fleet

        how do you imagine it?
        will destroyers fight icebreakers?
        1. Besoffner
          Besoffner 16 January 2014 16: 04
          +4
          Quote: DanaF1

          how do you imagine it?
          will destroyers fight icebreakers?

          Firstly, I don’t imagine it, but they, and secondly, they don’t care who drowned the missiles, even an aircraft carrier, even a destroyer, even an icebreaker.
          Secondly, I meant warships, not icebreakers. warships provide the sovereignty of the country over the seas / islands. and destroyers will try to neutralize warships.
          And thirdly, they will declare, for example, the Arctic as a subject of world law, that is, "under the jurisdiction of the world community" and will require our courts to buy from a certain international. organizations the right of passage. Those who do not have - will be detained, arrested, tried, confiscated.
          And so that this was not for us and we need a strong fleet.
          1. dustycat
            dustycat 18 January 2014 23: 01
            0
            Quote: Besoffner
            and secondly, missiles do not care who to drown, even an aircraft carrier, even a destroyer, even an icebreaker.

            And here is the question.
            It is one thing to launch a duralumin-Kevlar destroyer board or a slightly stronger aircraft carrier with a missile, and it’s a completely different crucifix to at least break through an icebreaker like Lenin. For which the loads exceeding the impact of the exoset, tomahawk or harpoon type Raman are normal technological conditions. And in addition to the steering post on the bridge and the reserve at the stern, there is another technological one deep in the bowels of the electric engine compartment.
            And already places for the installation of some weapons systems on their deck are provided. As a conclusion from one experience of the Great Patriotic War.
            1. Besoffner
              Besoffner 20 January 2014 12: 01
              0
              Quote: dustycat

              And here is the question.

              In the features of booking icebreakers is not strong, and also have vague ideas about the warhead of anti-ship missiles. But, firstly, the sides of the icebreaker are designed to protect from ice, and not from cumulative or termite ammunition, on the other hand, the same destroyers have various types of weapons: machine guns, guns that can destroy targets on deck. In the end, there are helicopters with weapons. You can even land on an icebreaker and hold it.
              1. dustycat
                dustycat 26 January 2014 19: 07
                0
                But is there anything that there is a helicopter on the icebreaker itself?
                The sides of modern icebreakers are comparable in thickness to the sides of battleships. Strength is appropriate. Moreover, they are designed for a fair dynamic load. Compared with them, the sides of modern warships are foil.
                On the decks of icebreakers (Soviet at least) there are specially provided structural places. Guess what.
                In addition, on the decks of icebreakers, you can place any cargo in containers.
                Including ClubK.
                So things may not reach the landing at all.
        2. dmitrij.blyuz
          dmitrij.blyuz 16 January 2014 17: 31
          +3
          Each icebreaker is designed and according to the registration of the Ministry of Defense. They can carry artillery armaments, etc. They have teeth. If necessary, establish no problem.
        3. Simon
          Simon 16 January 2014 22: 02
          +2
          We’ll take their destroyers alive after good winters with their icebreakers, when they freeze into ice. laughing
        4. Kunar
          Kunar 16 January 2014 22: 07
          0
          Freeze in ice. Like bunkers .....
          1. dustycat
            dustycat 18 January 2014 23: 03
            0
            Fuselages made of duralumin, fiberglass and Kevlar are not very suitable for this.
  12. Max_Damage
    Max_Damage 16 January 2014 10: 19
    +5
    It's time to bring democracy to seals and walruses.
    1. bomg.77
      bomg.77 16 January 2014 20: 23
      +2
      Quote: Max_Damage
      It's time to bring democracy to seals and walruses.
      And penguins and elephants))))) They are already waiting, they won’t wait laughing
  13. Stiletto
    Stiletto 16 January 2014 11: 19
    +16
    Quote: Max_Damage
    It's time to bring democracy to seals and walruses.


    Right now! Our polar bears cover them, American "bald hens" have nothing to do there!
  14. Nitarius
    Nitarius 16 January 2014 11: 37
    +5
    Quote: ICE
    Putin became preoccupied with the Arctic because the appetites of Russian-speaking oligarchs grow during their meals. our raw oligarchs. All carry there, to the West. There is a light in the window, there is a guarantee that everything will not be taken away.

    I THINK ----- AN EXAMPLE OF BORISIKA BEREZOVSKY EVERYONE - sober! EVERYONE CAN PLAY BOX!
    There will be no turning back!
    Boris won Lies now and doesn’t bother anyone --- IN THE SAME LIGHT!
  15. AVV
    AVV 16 January 2014 12: 11
    +2
    Quote: Stiletto
    According to the Commander-in-Chief of the United States Navy, Washington urgently needs to deal with the transfer of destroyers and additional submarines to the Arctic region, otherwise the United States will significantly lag behind Russia in the Arctic, and "The balance will not be in favor of the democratic forces."

    Here it is, the quintessence of the United States' policy - "brothers, they are trying to push our chosen people out of the trough!"

    It is interesting that these democrats are going to democratize in the Arctic! Not really Russia? !! Their skull box is too small !!!
    1. Danafxnumx
      Danafxnumx 16 January 2014 15: 23
      +2
      Quote: AVV
      Interestingly, these democratizers are going to democratize in the Arctic

      polar bears ...
      among other things, the officers of our bear cavalry wink
  16. psyholirik
    psyholirik 16 January 2014 12: 34
    +4
    Well done Minister of Defense! keep it up
  17. kind
    kind 16 January 2014 13: 48
    0
    "The balance will not be in favor of the democratic forces."

    Boarding hook without lubrication to these forces in a known passage.
    1. KuzmichDP
      KuzmichDP 19 January 2014 20: 44
      0
      Yes, another Stolypin tie, for democritical hanging.
  18. edeligor
    edeligor 16 January 2014 14: 10
    0
    According to the Commander-in-Chief of the United States Navy, Washington urgently needs to deal with the transfer of destroyers and additional submarines to the Arctic region, otherwise the United States will significantly lag behind Russia in the Arctic, and "the balance will not be in favor of democratic forces"
    And then our icebreakers will pick out the vaunted American destroyers from the ice. "Our shooter has ripened everywhere", foreigners will not calm down, everywhere they need to warm their sting. The Arctic, which is not the Mediterranean Sea, will freeze to such a mother and eat their frozen carcasses, white weddies ... wassat
    1. dustycat
      dustycat 18 January 2014 23: 06
      0
      There will be nothing to pick out there.
      It’s more likely to take pictures of those who have not yet frozen into ice from the ice.
  19. deman73
    deman73 16 January 2014 14: 12
    -1
    Sheriff's Negro Issues Don't Care
  20. region46
    region46 16 January 2014 14: 43
    0
    if the amers have no normal icebreaker fleet (and there is none), then they should not meddle in the Arctic with their destroyers. We will not pull them out.
    1. vadson
      vadson 16 January 2014 18: 01
      -1
      Even I can’t believe that we will not, so they would not help us. and how they boil some sort of our tops here too at attention. where did our current emergency situations department not fly, who didn’t help, but to what sense? dv drowned at least someone helped?
    2. Simon
      Simon 16 January 2014 22: 09
      0
      That's right, let black icebergs drift, frozen in ice. laughing
    3. dustycat
      dustycat 18 January 2014 23: 07
      0
      Yes, not what ... Help ... What ..
      If they remember the morse code and figure out how to signal it with a cell phone.
  21. dmitrij.blyuz
    dmitrij.blyuz 16 January 2014 14: 48
    +5
    The Americans no longer understand what they should grasp first of all. But they understand very well that a specific limit is coming to them, as "peddlers of democracy." There is Russia, there is China. They rush about like a mouse in a corner, but they can no longer do anything. The world is getting out of their influence. This is how they are embittered. As in our old proverb, "don't dig a hole for another, you yourself will fall into it"
  22. Kostya pedestrian
    Kostya pedestrian 16 January 2014 14: 51
    -6
    The Arctic is, of course, a strategically important area; especially if you remember the movie "Sannikov Land". By the way, if you correspond to this film, Japs have been ruling there for a long time, planting a toad on all Russians, like the TV company TYPE (see Futurama about Bender's robot) - as opposed to "UAZ". But these are plots for Toyota Tundra.
    But what strategic direction of the Indian Ocean is covered by what Russian fleet?


    PieS:
    1. For Enigma counter-encoders:

    Vasily Stalin "died" of alcohol (in the Vatican sense of the "holy spirit") in Kazan, Tatarstan (just when the RSFSR was about to give Crimea, Don, and will go to tartarar) on March 19 ???

    See also: Category: Holidays March 19, when the following holidays fall:

    Russia, Day of the Submariner.

    Italy, Malta, Liechtenstein, - St. Joseph's Day
    Father's day.


    God forbid, he was forced to commit suicide, thereby taking revenge for the death of the 3rd ReIHA bonza. I heard that in this way bestial Masons subjugate the spirit of the people.


    Yes, still, what is interesting, and to whom did the “Kursk” boys donate? Are they not considered dead in the Orthodox canons? Americans do not need Russian death. To whom?


    Incidentally, the registration of the Northern Star Masonic Tallinn society takes place on the day when the Afghan Jihad, according to Wikipedia, won in 1991. By the way, is this not the answer who blew up Stalingrad? Direct the dreams on the radio, transmit “Get up the huge country” ... Well, not quite huge ..., you can replace it with “divided country”

    2. By the way, if you correspond to Russian Orthodox symbols, when the invasion of the Baltic states (?). If Russia reveres Christ for its God and the Lord, then in the Baltic countries people go to Sirka (-Chris) Here either hypocrisy or weak faith!
    3. By the way, the Masonic sign Compass in English is translated as a divisor, and the bottom corner is rectangular (such as naked Afghans against midgets). Which, incidentally, was transferred to the South, as according to the Bible, well, like the Gogs and Magogs, only, we, with a friend, made Samsonov from the southerners, well, for those who can’t put a wand, now we are waiting for our relatives Ilov to help

    4. Yes, by the way, the position of Koshchei the immortal is in Kessel, Germany. I am more than sure that it was planned there as a terrorist attack on the Minsk metro, like all other terrorist attacks in the metro including Moscow and Baku. Do not forget Handorf in South Australia. For me, this place sounds like: “Hans will make the Russian Federation”, although, given that they worship the god Tivaz, they should increase the export of VA3s and Niv.


    5. By the way, when I was only 5-6 years old, maybe 7 years old, a crystal vase fell from a Hungarian section in the hall on Kizhevatov St. in Minsk. I didn’t break my head, but the mound remained, so if you don’t believe in the trezzo with the other world, then skip my comment.


    6. So we still drink Russian vodka maid in Latvia or Moscow Special?
    1. dmitrij.blyuz
      dmitrij.blyuz 16 January 2014 15: 30
      +8
      Kostya, why are you doing all this? It seems that the vase that fell on you has shifted your mind a little in the wrong direction. Although it’s your business.
    2. Stanislas
      Stanislas 16 January 2014 20: 34
      +3
      Kostya the pedestrian, have you read the book "How to have a global impact on the planet without attracting the attention of orderlies"?
    3. dustycat
      dustycat 18 January 2014 23: 11
      0
      Quote: Kostya pedestrian
      6. So we still drink Russian vodka maid in Latvia or Moscow Special?

      For a long time already only maid in Dagestan.
  23. Kostya pedestrian
    Kostya pedestrian 16 January 2014 14: 56
    -6
    Niht fir stein, which in our opinion means "Know fiar"

    But behind this mess and booth,
    Someone's tough, skillful hand,
    So surrenders, as if he wants from Ivan,
    Make a Russian, forever, a fool.
    1. makarov
      makarov 16 January 2014 20: 33
      +1
      So and almost to crush own eggs with hands ??? Really perverts from entogo get high ???
    2. Simon
      Simon 16 January 2014 22: 16
      0
      Though Ivan is perplexed, he defeats evil and enemies in all tales and at all times. lol
      1. Shur
        Shur 18 January 2014 02: 20
        0
        Duck aka "Fool". He lives in two worlds at once - the highest consciousness, because of that his actions are seemingly wicked. Distorted the meaning of the word in order to erase the memory of generations. Successfully.
  24. moremansf
    moremansf 16 January 2014 15: 28
    +5
    Russia has finally moved away from the era of "Yeltsin's reforms" that led it to the impoverishment of the people and the loss of influence in solving geopolitical problems ... The United States and the West are much more accustomed and more pleasant to the obsequious and compliant policy of Russia in everything and they clearly do not like such a reset .. began with Georgia, then Syria, Ukraine, EVRAZES, the Customs Union, the development of the Arctic, the fleet again went out into the vastness of the oceans ... Russia is slowly rising from its knees and many do not like it ... As the saying goes: - do not wake a sleeping bear! !
  25. dmitrij.blyuz
    dmitrij.blyuz 16 January 2014 15: 36
    +2
    Andrew! hi +. But the Bear is no longer sleeping. He starts to wake up. He just stretches himself. And, when he gets up (well, a coffee, there to drink from sleep) and looks out from the balcony, I myself am afraid of our reaction. angry
    1. dustycat
      dustycat 18 January 2014 23: 13
      0
      And the whites did not sleep ...
  26. Besoffner
    Besoffner 16 January 2014 15: 54
    +2
    Quote: DanaF1

    now there is simply no need for reserve ...
    in Chechnya they will manage without them, and in the event of a global turmoil, they still do not know how to control ballistic missiles ...

    And here Chechnya. Missiles with nuclear weapons are the weapon of the last blow. In the most extreme case. It will hardly be used when, since in the event of an exchange of nuclear arsenal strikes on Earth, there will only be a guest survivor, doomed to starvation (those who have not died from shock, radiation and radiation). And if we want not only to win a strategic victory, but also to live normally after it without a nuclear winter.
    The bottom line is that a professional army tends to end during a normal war, and then the main burden of the war is carried by the supply. And if, for example, you need to quickly increase the army, it does not matter for what purpose. Suppose we want to bring the ideas of sovereign democracy and freedom to Europe choking under the heel of homosexuality. Here, the army alone is not enough - it will not be able to allocate an adequate number of troops for such large-scale operations to liberate the peoples of Europe. And here the reserve is useful to us - organizational reserves. And from this reserve we quickly fill up (in a matter of weeks) the required number of cropped motorized rifle brigades, and create new ones. From the same supply, police units can also be formed. It is quite possible to train shooters, tankmen, and artillerymen during their military service. Only they should undergo training, and not engage in household work.
    Let the professionals work on sophisticated equipment and carry out tasks to defend their homeland in "peacetime".
  27. Orakyl
    Orakyl 16 January 2014 18: 58
    -1
    An important idea being implemented: "the creation of the National Center for State Defense Management (NTSUOG), which will become a supra-departmental structure that will deal not only with the management of military units directly, but also with issues of work with, let's say, accompanying departments." this will significantly increase the controllability of colonial structures. Here it is necessary to accelerate, time is running out.
  28. dmitrij.blyuz
    dmitrij.blyuz 16 January 2014 19: 34
    +1
    Quote: Orakyl
    An important idea being implemented: "the creation of the National Center for State Defense Management (NTSUOG), which will become a supra-departmental structure that will deal not only with the management of military units directly, but also with issues of work with, let's say, accompanying departments." this will significantly increase the controllability of colonial structures. Here it is necessary to accelerate, time is running out.

    Especially about the colonial structures smiled.
  29. baku1999
    baku1999 16 January 2014 21: 02
    +1
    SHOIGU, GIVE THE ARCTIC AND LIGHT ON INDOS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  30. Cedar
    Cedar 16 January 2014 21: 16
    0
    the one who controls the straits that are key to world trade holds all world trade for eggs. all key straits are directly or indirectly controlled by the Anglo-Saxons or their masters, as you wish. The Northern Sea Route is an alternative to the steel grip of the Anglo-Saxons. will they tolerate this? ...
    1. dimon-media
      dimon-media 16 January 2014 21: 49
      +2
      Quote: Cedar
      the one who controls the straits that are key to world trade holds all world trade for eggs. all key straits are directly or indirectly controlled by the Anglo-Saxons or their masters, as you wish. The Northern Sea Route is an alternative to the steel grip of the Anglo-Saxons. will they tolerate this? ...

      And where will they go from the submarine? Will have to endure. Nobody will ask them. We show them a hand bent at the elbow with the other hand.
  31. scientist
    scientist 16 January 2014 23: 18
    0
    If the American admirals get scared, then the Russian armed forces are developing in the right direction. I hope that soon the American admirals will also leave the gases.
  32. pan_nor
    pan_nor 17 January 2014 00: 07
    +2
    But the main danger - polar bears, violate human rights!
    1. dustycat
      dustycat 18 January 2014 23: 18
      0
      And belugas regularly attack democratic submarines with 96 tomahawks.
  33. Power
    Power 17 January 2014 01: 38
    +1
    It is necessary to warn Shoigu not to scare a person like that another time, the time difference is a person is resting, and then there is a "conference call". Shoigu reprimand and take away the Order of Malta, no respect.
  34. Chervonets
    Chervonets 17 January 2014 15: 32
    +1
    Quote: Angry Reader
    ... and for every unmanned iceberg, for Smolensk birch)

    Ready name for the future S-600)))))))
  35. Shur
    Shur 18 January 2014 02: 00
    0
    The name of the center of defense is idiotic .. "NTsUOG". I would call it "ShoiguTsentr" and that sounds. Isn't it simpler for the State Defense Center, without "U" and "N".
  36. Kostya pedestrian
    Kostya pedestrian 18 January 2014 07: 48
    +1
    So it hit the target exactly, since the sixes started to fuss.

    the Franco-Galician “never invincible” army, but already under the new management of the Masons.

    By the way, for lovers of conspiracy, this is what the Generic coat of arms of Alexander Nevsky was stolen from the Ukrainian rukh, and even the Teutonic shield stuck to it. In general, I think that Novgorod needs to participate more actively in the affairs of its patrimony, otherwise the Gaelians will frighten Russians with a jet, and everyone will start wearing skirts like cattle.

    But this is nuts, and that’s why they conducted their 11th gathering of the NRU (or rather, the gathering of Goering kites) in May 5-6 on the 2001th.

    By chance, have they made decisions on how to divide production after 9/11? Personally, I am for the Pentagon, they say the budgets are unlimited, and we ourselves are able to mine gold.

    Then just don’t overdo it, otherwise the ice will break, so much from Russia to steal from the Don to the Crimea, and with jabs and local servicemen, our Australian goodness has been tempered. Well, it’s like the ice breaks.

    Horta, I, as the “admirer” of Perun, were always impressed by the “running” armies. It’s a pity that I don’t cheat in Gaelic, but here's what the GRU will answer, because May 5 is the Day of the Russian Encryptor. And the 6th Day of the Martyrs in Lebanon and Syria. So the Masons are to blame, which is not surprising, because the same methods of meanings and signs were hatched by Himler and Goebbels with Hitler.

    Moreover, interestingly, Masons are not so much faith as exiles, initially Irish and cattle, who lost to the English king or queen, and fled to France, desperate for revenge. Well, then they became overgrown with religious grease when they realized that on Mercury there was nothing else except iron and the scorching sun. So they are ordinary swindlers and criminals - racketeers who are not read by our sports teams of the 90s, because of their weakness they took lies and intimidation of the weak and women. By the way, no one thought that South Australia is very similar to Italy in the form of a boot. That's interesting, and the South Australian mafia is also immortal like our Oleg Koshevoi, or like Marat Kozey or Gastello.


    (X) Rustas, you see, were found - Matias in their own coffin. They will sculpt Gogol here. Hold on to your ugly art of cementing, and the destruction of royal people, otherwise they are already playing the Broken Arrow. By the way, “Kursk”, if you do not switch the keyboard, is tiled as “rehcr”.

    I wonder what this Rehersal was, not by the year of Horse, by chance?

    PieS: The Battle of Longtan, a monument to the Australian diger from the friendly Vietnamese people.
    1. FormerMariman
      FormerMariman 21 January 2014 20: 10
      0
      Kostya, in the morning before you get drunk, first read what you got! Today is only Tuesday and you are already off! And to be honest, with such an interlocutor, and on Monday you can start, it will not be boring. Be healthy!
  37. Nitrogamer
    Nitrogamer 18 January 2014 17: 07
    +1
    We inflate the fire of the world
    Churches and prisons are razed to the ground.
    After all, from the taiga to the British seas
    The Red Army is all stronger!
  38. RONIN-HS
    RONIN-HS 18 January 2014 20: 26
    0
    "... of the above HNational Center for State Defense Management (NTsUOG)..."
    While you say it, they’ll knock you down ten times, or drown you ... wink
    I think that everyone understands that before this structure was called simply and clearly - Headquarters. Most likely in the RAM it will take root .... well IMHO repeat
  39. Zomanus
    Zomanus 19 January 2014 03: 55
    0
    Normal news. America is used to the fact that it is worth it to be wary or dissatisfied with our actions, as we immediately begin to crouch in front of it. Well, now it will be a little different. I think that pressure on the assets (and relatives) of our oligarchs will shake abroad more than Russia. There is not enough railway beyond the Arctic Circle, like BAM.
  40. kplayer
    kplayer 19 January 2014 19: 02
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    Pen-dos would have read the comments under the table would have been lying bent over with laughter, as they "suffer" here for them.
    Do not humiliate yourself so guys! - I understand that herd feeling prevails, but more dignity.
  41. Tiamat2702
    Tiamat2702 20 January 2014 15: 03
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    [quote = major071] [quote] need a powerful icebreaker fleet. We have some, but there is .... [/ quote]
    I beg your pardon, but I want to note that there is no "any, no", but so far the most powerful and numerous nuclear in the world.
  42. ochakow703
    ochakow703 20 January 2014 16: 17
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    I could be mistaken, but at the wheelhouse of some icebreaker I saw the Vympel station and two AK-630 gun mounts.
  43. slon53
    slon53 17 February 2014 09: 59
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    Quote: "If this campaign worries the American side so much, then these are the problems of exclusively the American side ..."
    Finally, Russia began to express its opinion without looking back at the so-called. No. partners "from Europe and the USA. I would like this independence not to be limited to military issues. Russia can and should have its own opinion, different from others, and must defend it in all spheres.
  44. Kurkin
    Kurkin 21 February 2014 16: 47
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    Well, the name was chosen by NTsUOG, it smells of Chinese! Why didn’t they like the good old State Defense Committee (GKO) as a name?