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How Crimea gave Ukraine. On the "white spots" in the history of the transfer of the peninsula from the RSFSR to the Ukrainian SSR

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How Crimea gave Ukraine. On the "white spots" in the history of the transfer of the peninsula from the RSFSR to the Ukrainian SSR

According to the memoirs of contemporaries, the decision to transfer the Crimea from Nikita Khrushchev, the First Secretary of the Central Committee of the CPSU, had been ripening since the 1944-1947 years. He headed the Council of Ministers of Ukraine. Not even a year has passed since I. Stalin’s death, as 25 in January of 1954, the question “On transferring the Crimean region from the RSFSR to the Ukrainian SSR” has already been put on the agenda of the CPSU Central Committee Presidium meeting, though only 11 point (not the main after all!). The discussion took 15 minutes. Decided: "To approve the draft decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR on the transfer of the Crimean region from the RSFSR to the Ukrainian SSR."


The Decree on the transfer of the Crimean region from the RSFSR to the Ukrainian SSR itself was adopted by the Presidium of the Supreme Council of the USSR on February 19, 1954. It is clear in those years of this kind historical the act within the framework of the “indestructible” Soviet Union was a formality. When, for example, the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR met before, only 27 out of its 13 members were present. And although there was no quorum and the meeting could not be held, everyone voted “unanimously”: give Crimea to Ukraine.

People did not even ask what he thinks about this. Although, according to the Union law, the question should first have been submitted for open discussion by the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR, clarified in referendums the opinion of residents of both republics - the RSFSR, including without fail - of the Crimea region, and the Ukrainian SSR, then holding an all-union referendum. After that, and conclusions to do. However, none of the party "bonzes" did not even doubt the expediency of the decision.

But years have passed, and 16 July 1990. The Verkhovna Rada of the Ukrainian SSR adopted the Declaration of State Sovereignty of Ukraine, a year later Ukraine became “non-base” and left the USSR, naturally, together with the Crimea.

On this occasion, Sergey Khrushchev, the son of Nikita Khrushchev, in an interview with the newspaper Today. ua "(18.06.2009) said:" ... if the Russians are worried about this topic, then we know how in the Belovezhskaya Forest three leaders agreed on the collapse of the Union. Kravchuk then asked Yeltsin: “What about the Crimea?”, He replied: “Yes, take it.” So it was not Khrushchev who gave you the peninsula, but Boris Nikolayevich, put a monument to him ”.

By the way, according to one of the versions, Ukraine received a “gift” in the form of the Crimea precisely on the occasion of the 300 anniversary of Ukraine’s accession to Russia. Maybe, but neither this “gift” version, nor many others have yet received documentary evidence. But it is well known that the inclusion of the Crimea into the Russian Empire was preceded by the Kyuchuk-Kaynardzhi peace treaty of 1774, which ended the Russian-Turkish war of 1768 – 1774. In accordance with this agreement, the Crimean Khanate gained independence from Turkey. 8 April 1783 was issued by the Empress Catherine II's Manifesto on the annexation of the Crimea, Taman and Kuban to Russia, and already in June 1783 was founded the city of Sevastopol. Less than a year after the publication of the Manifesto by the Imperial Decree of 2 in February of 1784, the Tauride region was established, transformed into 1802 into a province.

Today, it is useful to recall that after the Crimea was incorporated into Russia, all the inhabitants of the peninsula were given certain freedoms, in particular, freedom of religion, freedom of movement, they were freed from military service.

The imperial decree in February 1784 of the Tatar feudal nobility granted the rights of the Russian nobility. Representatives of the Muslim clergy were exempted from paying taxes. With a series of legislative acts, Tatar and Nogai settlers were equated to various categories of peasants of the Russian Empire. In 1827, the Tatar population received the right to own real estate. Local farmers were free to sell and mortgage their land, and those who worked the landowners' plots, carried out this activity for hire and had the right to transfer to other landowners or to official lands. From the moment of the annexation of Crimea to Russia, the situation of the population of the peninsula was much better than the situation of residents of other provinces of the empire. At the beginning of the XIX century, four Tatar regiments of volunteers were created, who carried out the protection of order. By natural population growth, Taurida Province occupied the third place in Russia in the 50 – 90-ies of the XIX century. In 1897, the share of the Russian population of the peninsula was 33,1% and was almost equal to the number of Tatars, Ukrainians (Little Russians) were 11,8%.

Crimea, we note, was the last territorial acquisition of Ukraine. An amazing thing, having lost all wars at the beginning of the 20th century in a short period of existence as an independent state (periodically), Ukraine as a union republic “occupied” by “moskals” from the time of Bogdan Khmelnitsky, as orange politicians shout on all “Maidans” »Such territories, about which neither“ Father Hop ”, nor his independent followers dared to dream. Soviet power, which has been cursed for more than two decades in modern Ukraine, has created this very Ukraine in its present state borders.

Thus, the Bolshevik Defense Council of February 17 1919 decided: “... to ask Comrade. Stalin through the Bureau of the Central Committee to carry out the destruction of Krivdonbass ". And in 1918, the Donetsk-Krivoy Rog Republic was "built in" by the Bolsheviks in Ukraine. Kharkiv and Yekaterinoslav provinces constituted the newly formed republic. Now it is the current Donetsk, Lugansk, Dnepropetrovsk and Zaporozhye regions, as well as part of Kharkiv, Sumy, Kherson, Nikolaev and Russian Rostov. Galicia and Volyn taken from Poland in 1939, and also joined to Ukraine. Part of Bessarabia and Bukovina (taken from Romania in 1940) also went to her. Subcarpathian Rus (from Czechoslovakia) was renamed the Transcarpathian region and given to the Ukrainian SSR.

By and large, Ukraine is a certain phenomenon, when the national state was formed not as a result of the natural historical process, but in a directive way, and, from the outside (from Russia, solely on the basis of which and due to which both the Russian Empire and Soviet Union).

Today, if we reject the “evil” of the Soviet legacy, as required by the “nationally preoccupied” citizens of Ukraine, then the “unfazed” one will have to be reduced to five pre-revolutionary provinces: Kiev, Podolsk, Volyn, Poltava and Chernigov.

It was this territory that was practically claimed by the Central Rada (CR), which, shortly after the October Revolution, proclaimed the Ukrainian People's Republic, which existed until February 1918.

The interim government of 3 July recognized the General Secretariat of the Central Committee as a "regional" authority over the listed lands, in fact, the former possessions of Bohdan Khmelnytsky. Grushevsky and Petlyura did not even claim to Novorossia, which was conquered by Russia from the Crimean Khanate. Of particular interest is the position on the ownership of the Crimea by the Petliura Central Council. In the Universal, signed by S. Petliura 8 in November 1917, it is unequivocally stated: “In the consciousness of our own power and the power of the Ukrainian border, in our native land we will guard law and revolution not only in ourselves, but in all of Russia, and therefore we declare territories: The Ukrainian People’s Republic owns lands that were mostly inhabited by Ukrainians: Kyiv, Podolia, Volyn, Chernihiv, Kharkiv, Poltava, Yekaterinoslav, Kherson, Tavria without Crimea. ” Subsequent events showed that the “fathers of the Ukrainian nation” in this matter were realists: the New Russians (Little Russians) supported the White Guards in the Civil War, the Makhno, the Bolsheviks, but not the Petliurists! Among the troops of Baron Wrangel in the Crimea were, by the way, more than half of the Little Russians.

For the first time, the plan for the creation of the Crimean autonomy as part of the RSFSR was announced at a joint meeting of the Crimean Regional Revolutionary Committee and the Regional Committee of the RCP (B) in January 1921. Decree on the formation of the Crimean Autonomous Republic V. Lenin and M. Kalinin signed 18 in October 1921. And the formation of the Crimean ASSR preceded by the emergence of the Tauride Republic. By January 1918, the Bolsheviks managed to seize power in the Crimea, and in February, the Extraordinary Congress of Soviets of the Tauride Province convened, which on March 21 of 1918 proclaimed the creation of the Soviet Republic of Tavrida. It did not last long: 30 on April 1918, German troops invaded the Crimea.

It seems that it was this precedent that later became a kind of basis for the plans of the end of 40-x - the beginning of 50-x on the return of the “Taurian” name to Crimea.

A feature of the autonomous republics formed in the first half of 1918 was that they emerged within the framework of the former administrative-territorial units. There was no exception and the Tauride Republic, which included all the counties of the Tauride province, located both on the peninsula and on the mainland.

If, in a broader context, the prehistory of the transfer of the Crimea (Crimea region of the RSFSR) to Ukraine in February 1954 has not yet received due, objective coverage in Russian historiography.

It is little known, for example, that the leadership of the Crimean Regional Committee of the CPSU, for the most part, strongly opposed the rejection of the region from Russia, and favored the return of the historical name Tavricheskaya to it.

So, according to officially unconfirmed data, back in October 1952 the first secretary of the Crimean regional party committee, P.I. Titov, being a delegate to the 19th Congress of the CPSU, personally addressed Stalin with a written proposal to rename the Crimean region into Tauride. In his opinion, this would be fully consistent with the history of the creation of the region. Titov also appealed to the forgotten Soviet Republic of Tauris. He believed that the Crimean region of the RSFSR "it is time to restore its Russian, Russian name."

Titov’s proposal was not previously discussed in the Crimean Regional Committee of the CPSU, since the second secretary of the regional committee, D.S. Polyansky (in 1952-1953 - Chairman of the Crimean Regional Executive Committee, in 1953-1955 - First Secretary of the Crimean Regional Committee). But he supported the transfer of the Crimea to the Ukrainian SSR. In this connection, the assessment by Georg (Gevork) Myasnikov, the second secretary of the Penza Regional Committee of the CPSU (in 1960-ies), D.S. Polyansky: “I remembered how he went up the hill. Khrushchev, Titov and he met in the Crimea. There was an idea of ​​transferring Crimea to Ukraine. Titov rejected the idea straight off, and Polyansky said that it was “brilliant.” The next day, a plenum of the Crimean Regional Committee was assembled, Titov was driven out, and Polyansky became the First Secretary of the Regional Committee ”(diary entry from 04.02.1973).

... Stalin hesitated with an answer to Titov. But according to the memoirs of some of Titov's colleagues, in the spring of 1953, and later he referred to Stalin’s brief reply, sent personally to him at the end of January, 1953, supposedly, his sentence “is interesting and, perhaps, correct. This issue can be discussed and resolved. ” On this opinion of Stalin, Titov spoke to Khrushchev and Polyansky in the middle of November 1953, when the decision to transfer Crimea to Ukraine was in fact already made.

These facts were told to one of the authors of the article two years ago in the Simferopol Central Museum of Taurida and in the Museum of Local History of the Rostov Region. But the relevant materials seem to have been removed from the archives or classified after March 1953. However, there are quite a few sources about the renaming of the Crimean Tatar names to Russians, which began in the middle of 1940's, initiated by Stalin. Thus, the complex project of renaming in the Crimea is dated 25 in September of 1948, when the Crimean regional committee adopted the decree “On the renaming of settlements, streets, certain types of work and other Tatar designations”.

True, then it was not planned to rename the Crimea itself. But still in 1944 – 1946. renamed 11 from 26 of the Crimean regional centers (for example, Ak-Mechetsky district became the Black Sea, Larindorfsky - Pervomaisky) and 327 villages. For the period from 1948 to 1953, it was planned to rename some cities.

The documents stated, in particular, that Dzhankoy was supposed to become Uzlovy, Severny or Verkhnekrymsky, Saki - Ozerny, Bakhchisaray would be called Pushkin. Kerch was supposed to give the name "Korchev". In general, for 1947-1953. new - Russian - names, mostly instead of Tatar, received 1062 villages and almost 1300 natural objects. Obviously, a political-geographical ground was being prepared for changing the name of the Crimea itself.

However, with the renaming of cities, the matter slowed down. According to some reports, it is possible that, at least indirectly, Beria, Khrushchev, Kaganovich, Polyansky slowed down this process. And after Stalin's death, the plan to rename the Crimean cities was abandoned ... But, let's say, very transparent hints at the mentioned projects appeared five years later in the guidebook “Crimea”. For example: “... the ancient Panticapaeum (Kerch) is mentioned in ancient Russian historical monuments under the Slavic name Korca, Korcheva. In the X century. on the Crimean and Caucasian banks of the Kerch Strait, the Tmutarakan principality, which was part of Kievan Rus, was established. Korchev was closely associated with the capital of the principality - Tmutarakan ... the Eastern Kerchs called the Russian River the Kerch Strait at that time ”.

It is further emphasized that Russia settled again in the Crimea long before its incorporation into the Russian Empire: “... in 1771, the Russian troops took Kerch and Enikale fortress next to Kerch. Under the peace treaty with Turkey (1774), this city with the fortress was the first on the territory of Crimea to become part of Russia. ” By the way, the role of Kerch and the Kerch Peninsula as a whole in the Russian development of Crimea became in November 1953, one might say, the basis of Titov’s proposal addressed to Khrushchev and Polyansky and repeated by Titov in January 1954. Crimean region in the status of the Kerch region in the RSFSR.

Even then, Titov reasonably believed that the RSFSR was inappropriate to “leave” the Crimea, and thanks to the new region, the strategically important Kerch (Azov-Black Sea) strait would remain part of the RSFSR.

The “Kerch” idea of ​​Titov was rejected by the Khrushchevites, and the Kerch Strait was assigned to Ukraine during the transfer of the Crimea.

Only through 27 years after the transfer of Crimea to Ukraine, P.I. Titov was mentioned in the list of the leaders of the Crimean Regional Committee in the reference book MM. Maksimenko and G.N. Gubenko "Crimean region". According to the memoirs of Nikolay Vizzhilin, son of N.А.Vizzhilin (1903-1976), which is in 1950 by 1957. was deputy chairman of the board of the All-Russian Society for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries, and in 1958-1960. - Deputy Chairman of the Board of the Union of Friendship Societies with Foreign Countries (SOD), Vizzhilin Sr. “praised Pavel Ivanovich Titov, his neighbor in Kutuzovsky Prospekt, a strong, resolute and courageous man who in Stalin's time was elected first secretary of the regional committee of the Crimea party ... P .AND. Titov categorically objected to Khrushchev regarding the transfer of Crimea to Ukraine - this is worth mentioning, because now almost no one knows about such objections. Titov had constant clashes with the First Secretary of the Central Committee on this issue, as a result of which the overbearing and zealous owner of the Crimea region was deposed to the rank of Deputy Minister of Agriculture of the RSFSR. This dizzying demotion completely brought Pavel Ivanovich out of the upper echelons of power ... "(see" The Family Were. N.N. Vizzhilin,).

A supporter of the idea of ​​renaming Crimea to Tavria was, according to some data, and P.V. Bakhmurov, secretary of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR in the middle of 1940-x - the beginning of 1950-x.

These are just some of the touches associated with the project of including Crimea to Ukraine, which, we repeat, was preceded by a project to strengthen the Russian presence in the Crimea and re-rename it to Tavria. But this project after 5 March 1953 was closed. Apparently, this is the main reason why both Titov and his project were quite consciously “forgotten”. In general, in many respects, which is connected with the transfer of Crimea to Ukraine, “white spots” prevail to this day.

... Of fundamental importance is, first of all, the question of what character the Crimean autonomy had - national or territorial. At first Lenin Sovnarkom created autonomies of both types, but over time only national ones remained. The Crimean Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic became a unique autonomous entity, and in the future preserved its territorial character. According to the all-Union census 1939, the Russians in the Crimean population were 49,6%, the Crimean Tatars 19,4, the Ukrainians 13,7, the Jews 5,8, the Germans 4,6%. But since the total population declined sharply during the war, and its ethnic composition underwent fundamental changes, 30 June 1945, the Crimean Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic was transformed into the Crimean region.

During the years of occupation, the Nazis destroyed 25 thousand Jews. Almost everyone who failed or did not want to evacuate died. After the war, Russians and Ukrainians began to dominate the population. In August 1941, the Chekists transported from the Crimea to 50 thousands of Germans who settled here mainly in the time of Catherine II. The wording of the prosecution was the same for all: "aiding the Nazi invaders." Note that for such a formulation there were grounds.

Several years ago in Simferopol at the Russian-Ukrainian "round table" Russian expert, political scientist, senior researcher at the Institute of CIS Countries Valentina Goydenko said: "In the archives I received an interesting case number 712 / 1 on the transfer of the Crimea region from the RSFSR to the Ukrainian SSR . Started 4 February 1954 of the year, ended 19 February 1954 of the year. That is, 15 days were enough to transfer the Crimea, and create such a serious problem for the future not only for Crimeans, but to lay a mine in the prospects for Russian-Ukrainian relations. ” V. Goydenko quoted the following quotation from the book "The Nuremberg Process":

“Hitler first belonged to the idea of ​​taking the Crimea from Russia and handing it over to Ukraine. The Fuhrer believed that this is a brilliantly calculated move to make the two largest Slavic countries blood enemies. Ukraine essentially does not need Crimea, but from greed it will not give it to Muscovites. And Russia will need the Crimea desperately, and it will never forgive the appropriation of it by Ukraine. ”

And concluded her speech with the following words: “The latest international legal act regarding the Crimea in terms of its legitimacy and legal purity was Catherine the Great’s Manifesto of April 8 of 1783 of the year. It was a contract. That is, from the point of view of international law, every territory is transferred by a treaty. Only this can be considered a legitimate transfer. ”

Unlike most autonomies, where there was a predominance of the indigenous population, the Crimean Autonomous Republic was not Tatar. Moreover, the 2 / 3 population of the Crimea was Russian, and only one-third consisted of the peoples who settled here before the Russians and made up the indigenous population of the peninsula.

At the same time, flirting with Kemalist Turkey, the Soviet leadership traditionally nominated people of Tatar origin to the leading positions in this republic. The deceptive impression was created that the Crimean autonomy was, like all others, national. As is known, in accordance with the decisions of the State Defense Committee of May 11 and June 2 1944, the Tatars from the Crimea were evicted.

The Crimean region was transformed back into the Crimean Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic as part of Ukraine in 1991. And in connection with the return of the Crimean Tatars to their historical homeland (in large quantities - from 1987), the ethnic map of Crimea began to change again. Between population censuses in 1989 and 2001. the proportion of Russians decreased from 65,6% to 58,3%, Ukrainians - from 26,7% to 24,3%. At the same time, the share of Crimean Tatars increased from 1,9% to 12%. And the self-proclaimed “Majlis” (“parliament”) of the Tatar people is practically an alternative authority to the governing body in a large area of ​​autonomy.

The idea that the Ottoman Caliphate, liquidated by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, was the heir to the state founded by the Prophet Muhammad was spread among the Crimean Tatars. Consequently, the duty of every Muslim is the struggle for the creation of the World Caliphate, which will continue the interrupted tradition.

The most surprising thing in this whole story is the support of the Tatar separatists of the Crimea by the neo-Bandera Freedom party and other Ukrainian structures of a nationalistic orientation.

They, together with the Islamists, are calling for the “Crimean peninsula to be cleared of the“ non-Tatar element ”, meaning, of course, Muscovites. But what about the Ukrainians who have long been living in Crimea? The Islamists, therefore, found in the person of "purebred patriots of Ukraine" a force that supports them in the ethnic rejection of the non-Tatar, and therefore the Ukrainian population of Crimea. No matter how wild it sounds, almost Ukrainian nationalists support those who advocate the collapse of Ukraine as a state. Bogdan Bezpalko, deputy director of the Center for Ukrainian Studies and Belarusian Studies at Moscow State University, says: “... you must understand that the existence of Islamists is caused by external causes. The main value of Crimea is that it is a base of naval forces in the Black Sea. Mostly Russian fleet. The Western powers do not care what will happen to the inhabitants of Crimea, how the situation will develop there. They will support any actions that will contribute to crowding out Russia. ”

So, the fate of the Crimea was solved in the bowels of the party-bureaucratic machine. It is these days 60 years ago, Crimea was transferred from the RSFSR to the Ukrainian SSR. As it was then emphasized in official documents, “given the territorial concern of the Crimean region to the Ukrainian SSR,” and also as “evidence of the unlimited trust of the great Russian people to the Ukrainian people.”
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  1. 225chay
    225chay 28 January 2014 09: 22
    +3
    The West once again pitted Slavs ...
    1. Max_Bauder
      Max_Bauder 28 January 2014 12: 15
      +13
      K. o.zl.y - Khrushchev and Boriska "liar", gave as a gift what they had no right to, for how many years, but not a century, Russian soldiers defended these lands from the Turks with blood and the cost of their lives, then the British with by the French, from the Germans, and these KOZL are donated. It is easy to donate land if you have not fought for it. Now if the neo-fascists and Westernizers of Ukraine donate Crimea to the USA as a base, then I will not be surprised at all. All the same, they are ungrateful.
      1. AVV
        AVV 28 January 2014 12: 26
        +5
        Quote: Max_Bauder
        K. o.zl.y - Khrushchev and Boriska "liar", gave as a gift what they had no right to, for how many years, but not a century, Russian soldiers defended these lands from the Turks with blood and the cost of their lives, then the British with by the French, from the Germans, and these KOZL are donated. It is easy to donate land if you have not fought for it. Now if the neo-fascists and Westernizers of Ukraine donate Crimea to the USA as a base, then I will not be surprised at all. All the same, they are ungrateful.

        There you need to know more precisely the text of the agreement itself, if the friendship agreement between Ukraine and Russia is violated by Ukraine, then the agreement on the transfer of Crimea is automatically canceled !!! Who has the full text of the agreement ???
      2. mamba
        mamba 28 January 2014 12: 47
        +1
        Quote: Max_Bauder
        Now, if the neo-fascists and Westerners of Ukraine present Crimea to the USA as a base, then I will not be surprised at all.

        No, they will not give anything: not that mentality. But to lease a land in the Crimea under Amerov military bases, but for good money, it’s surely!
        Quote: Max_Bauder
        They are ungrateful.

        Nowadays, it’s naive to expect gratitude from anyone, even from the brothers of the Slavs.
      3. Combitor
        Combitor 29 January 2014 08: 42
        +2
        Quote: Max_Bauder
        K. o.zl.y - Khrushchev and Boriska "liar", gave as a gift what they had no right to

        So, maybe we will raise historical documents, turn to international legal organizations and "cut" Ukraine to the "historical" borders of 1654. Let's take from her what the Russian tsars and general secretaries gave. Let's turn it into an internal Russian enclave. Let the "Maidan people" revel in their "independence" and freedom.
        1. kp-95062
          kp-95062 29 January 2014 22: 06
          -3
          We also cut off Great Russia to the borders of 1654, and even better to the borders of 1622.
          Even without Smolensk. What do you say about this proposal? What is this nonsense, huh? Then your offer is also nonsense
      4. 8R63A
        8R63A 31 January 2014 21: 20
        0
        West, i.e. NATO needs Sevastopol, the withdrawal of the Black Sea Fleet from it and, as a result, supremacy in the Black Sea.
      5. 8R63A
        8R63A 31 January 2014 21: 20
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        West, i.e. NATO needs Sevastopol, the withdrawal of the Black Sea Fleet from it and, as a result, supremacy in the Black Sea.
    2. seller trucks
      seller trucks 28 January 2014 14: 13
      +8
      All would be fine, but the Ukrainians were not the OWNERS, in the sense that they were not able to dispose of, to put it mildly, but if the frequency of all ... Before the collapse of the USSR, Crimea was an industrial and agricultural region, well, SCIENCE, a resort that is now, but practically nothing, industry - no, agriculture - who remembers from the Soviet, apples, peaches, apricots and grapes, orchards - launched, sold for private construction, vineyards have been cut down, unique varieties have been put under the knife, "Massandra" has collapsed into a bunch of small producers, wine technologies are not implemented and is sold during the holiday season as wine material. Science, here in my opinion it is already clear, abandoned long-distance communication stations and observatories. The resort is a separate song .... To begin with, I’ll say right away that the Crimean himself is from the South Coast and I know the problem from the inside. Well, Yalta and Alushta have no problems with a lack of tourists, but who is traveling is another matter? As my mother says: "Moscow / Russians do not go", why, in my opinion, it is already clear that there is a lack of service and exorbitant prices, mostly poor Ukrainians and Belarusians go, with Ukrainians a separate story, they bring everything from their home with them, including food and alcohol, even mineral water, they do not go to taverns, preferring domestic drunkenness, they prefer "wild" beaches because they are free there, my classmate maintains a bar, he said that they come with their alcohol and bacon, and cut a knife may ask. A little about the Crimeans, I want to note that the resort "relaxed" them, many do not want to work, preferring to live on the money earned in the summer or work as taxi drivers, it is considered prestigious in Crimea, many dream and buy minibuses "minibuses", this is a PIK for a taxi driver. And finally, about the culture, all the beaches and the nearest area are polluted with food and household waste, they consider it beneath their dignity to clean everything, therefore, they live in a cesspool.
      1. kp-95062
        kp-95062 29 January 2014 22: 09
        -1
        But the vast majority of the population in Crimea are ethnic Russians. So, according to your logic, it’s precisely they who are not HOSTS, and it was they who created such terrible conditions for rest in Crimea.
        1. 8R63A
          8R63A 1 February 2014 18: 32
          0
          Do not forget about the Tatars. Thanks for the vineyards to Gorbachev and his camarilla. The Politburo considered that grape wines are harmful to the Russian people - let them drink moonshine.
        2. 8R63A
          8R63A 1 February 2014 18: 32
          0
          Do not forget about the Tatars. Thanks for the vineyards to Gorbachev and his camarilla. The Politburo considered that grape wines are harmful to the Russian people - let them drink moonshine.
    3. CALL.
      CALL. 29 January 2014 09: 25
      0
      On this occasion, Sergey Khrushchev, the son of Nikita Khrushchev, in an interview with the newspaper Today. ua "(18.06.2009/XNUMX/XNUMX) said:" ... if the Russians are worried about this topic, then we know how in Belovezhskaya Pushcha the three leaders agreed on the collapse of the Union. Kravchuk then asked Yeltsin: “What will we do with the Crimea?”, He answered: “Take it away.”

      And what do we believe this US citizen, who was offered a box of cookies, a barrel of jam and a green card, and he betrayed without hesitation. Another son of Khrushchev, Leonid, was shot for his affairs. This is the legacy of a fiery fighter.
  2. predator.3
    predator.3 28 January 2014 09: 50
    +14
    as they say, no comment.
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    2. nickname 1 and 2
      nickname 1 and 2 28 January 2014 12: 40
      +3
      Quote: predator.3
      as they say, no comment.


      Crimea? Select all gifts!
      How no comment?

      I gave birth to you .... and you betrayed me!
  3. svoi
    svoi 28 January 2014 11: 10
    +6
    By and large, Ukraine is a phenomenon
    In my opinion, in relation to this territory, the most appropriate word is a misunderstanding. A publication is sensible.
  4. Stinger
    Stinger 28 January 2014 12: 21
    +3
    Moral: Do not do good, you will not receive evil.
  5. rolik2
    rolik2 28 January 2014 12: 28
    .
    An article from the cycle "Wailing about the past" may be enough to moan? and appoint those responsible?
    Draw crappy pictures?
    Isn’t it time to live reality? Crimea is an autonomous republic within Ukraine, and it will remain that way, well, nothing will change from the fact that you proclaim different slogans here.
    Why do you review the last 100-200 years of history?
    let's look at the period of time when the Crimea was Tatar?
    Finland used to be part of tsarist Russia, why don't you make a complaint to them about this?
    The article is completely inappropriate to the site.
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    2. nickname 1 and 2
      nickname 1 and 2 28 January 2014 12: 49
      +4
      Quote: rolik2
      An article from the cycle "Wailing about the past" may be enough to moan? and appoint those responsible?


      Why does it bother you?

      What are you doing?

      Maybe the truth is written here?
      V. Goidenko quoted the following quotation from the book “The Nuremberg Trials”:

      “Hitler first owned the idea of ​​taking Crimea from Russia and passing it to Ukraine. The Führer believed that this was an ingeniously calculated move to make the two largest Slavic countries blood enemies. Ukraine essentially does not need Crimea, but out of greed, it will not give up its pits. And Russia will need Crimea desperately, and it will never forgive Ukraine’s appropriation of it. ”


      Have you been given a country? So live and be human! And remember the good!
      1. rolik2
        rolik2 28 January 2014 15: 26
        0
        Quote: nick 1 and 2
        The Führer believed that this was an ingeniously calculated move to make the two largest Slavic countries blood enemies.

        And what do you see here as a bloody feud? And why did Hitler, after the capture of the USSR, play off Ukrainians and Russians? according to his plans, they should not have been there at all, well, or as slaves.
    3. wk-083
      wk-083 28 January 2014 18: 58
      0
      Quote: rolik2
      An article from the cycle "Wailing about the past" may be enough to moan? and appoint those responsible?

      Greediness will ruin you zapadstvigli, you spill your Ukraine! Soon we will read here your lamentations about the past!
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      2. rolik2
        rolik2 28 January 2014 19: 24
        -1
        Quote: wk-083
        Greediness will ruin you zapadstvigli, you spill your Ukraine! Soon we will read here your lamentations about the past!

        What side do I feel about zapadentsiv? See my profile, it says where I come from.
        1. kp-95062
          kp-95062 29 January 2014 22: 14
          -1
          But they do not understand the colors of the flag.
    4. kp-95062
      kp-95062 29 January 2014 22: 12
      -1
      Take an even closer time - 70 years ago. Kurile Islands. You don’t want to give it away. And South Sakhalin even more so. So why should you give Crimea?
      1. Hitrovan07
        Hitrovan07 30 January 2014 15: 48
        0
        For debts - as always, a precedent will soon be (Greece).
  6. yehat
    yehat 28 January 2014 13: 04
    +11
    unlike Ukraine, the Finns withdrew from Russia on conditions that basically complied with and no matter how strong the anti-Russian sentiments were there, they were not located to spoil a neighbor in order to satisfy petty passions. The Finns did not send snipers to Chechnya and did not transfer air defense systems to Georgia.
  7. washi
    washi 28 January 2014 13: 04
    -1
    Forgot about Jewish demonstrations, asking to give Crimea for the formation of the Israeli Republic
  8. onegin61
    onegin61 28 January 2014 13: 04
    +5
    Quote: Max_Bauder
    K. o.zl.y - Khrushchev and Boriska "liar", gave as a gift what they had no right to, for how many years, but not a century, Russian soldiers defended these lands from the Turks with blood and the cost of their lives, then the British with by the French, from the Germans, and these KOZL are donated. It is easy to donate land if you have not fought for it. Now if the neo-fascists and Westernizers of Ukraine donate Crimea to the USA as a base, then I will not be surprised at all. All the same, they are ungrateful.

    It is necessary to begin the process of alienating Crimea back to Russia, it will be difficult and long, but at least they will always owe us
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    2. nickname 1 and 2
      nickname 1 and 2 28 January 2014 13: 38
      +1
      Quote: Onegin61
      It is necessary to begin the process of alienating Crimea back to Russia, it will be difficult and long, but at least they will always owe us



      It’s necessary, Fedya, Oh! It is necessary!
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      2. nickname 1 and 2
        nickname 1 and 2 28 January 2014 14: 27
        0
        Quote: nick 1 and 2
        It is necessary to begin the process of alienating Crimea back to Russia, it will be difficult and long, but at least they will always owe us


        And why only Crimea back? New Russia back! Did Lenin ask the people? And Donbass all the more.

        Stalin? Well, what can I get from him?
        But the kings gave something extra. It is necessary to do an audit and then back!

        And the people will only be happy!
    3. kp-95062
      kp-95062 29 January 2014 22: 15
      -1
      But Russia believes that everyone always and everything owes it - the States - Alaska, Ukraine - Crimea, Canada - the North Pole, etc. I’m not talking about the Caucasus.
      1. Hitrovan07
        Hitrovan07 30 January 2014 15: 49
        0
        This is called the truth (historical) eye prick. laughing
  9. shelva
    shelva 28 January 2014 13: 13
    +4
    Under the Soviet Union, Crimea could be "gifted" even to Georgia - it still remained part of the USSR. But Boriska the drunk really gave Crimea into "the wrong hands". And it is still not clear - drunk, or intentionally? In any case, Crimea is now in limbo. The opposition will give it to the Americans for the base - in gratitude for their help in coming to power, and Yanukovych is ready to give it to the Chinese in a long-term lease for loot. This proves once again that Crimea has never been Ukraine and she does not feel sorry for it.
    1. ImpKonstantin
      ImpKonstantin 28 January 2014 21: 43
      0
      I completely agree with you, because it is impossible to imagine that any of the Central Committee party members would be against the transfer of Crimea, operating in the possible collapse of the USSR and the ensuing conflict (the fate of the author of such an argument would then be more than vague). The Union then was not to destroy and not quite objectively condemn this decision from the position of today.
  10. Nevyatoy
    Nevyatoy 28 January 2014 13: 49
    +7
    Arguing about Crimea, Ukrainians should not forget that the very word Ukrainian is not a self-name of the people, but artificially stuck in the early 20th century. Before that, residents of border areas were called Ukrainians. It is quite obvious that if we mean the country of Ukraine, we should say "I'm going to Ukraine," but the language cannot be fooled, it is a mirror of truth and developed regardless of the whims of politicians. That is why "I am going to Ukraine" (to the outskirts) is still more consonant and well-established.
    Russians, Rusyns, Hutsuls, fights and many others. here is a component of ethnic groups inhabiting the territory of modern Ukraine. And each has its own culture and history. Look at the language map on Wikipedia in eastern Ukraine there are many times more Russian speakers who speak Ukrainian.
    And if God does not bring a civil war in Ukraine, then Russia is simply obliged to take Crimea back. Russia has a right to this, a right that is deserved by the blood of Russian soldiers.
    1. rolik2
      rolik2 28 January 2014 16: 49
      0
      Quote: NeSvyatoy
      that the word Ukrainian itself is not a self-name of the people, but artificially stuck at the beginning of the 20th century

      I agree with this, Ukrainians began to call the population who lived in the newly created Ukrainian SSR.

      Quote: NeSvyatoy
      Prior to that, residents of border areas were called Ukrainians. It is quite obvious that if we mean the country of Ukraine, we should say "going to Ukraine" (to the outskirts)


      That is, according to your logic, if you were traveling to the Far East, you also said "going to Ukraine" (to the outskirts) ?? Don't talk nonsense.

      Quote: NeSvyatoy
      Look at the language map on Wikipedia in eastern Ukraine there are many times more Russian speakers who speak Ukrainian.

      Again, talk dear, dear, the majority of the Russian-speaking population living in cities in rural areas speak a mixture of Ukrainian and Russian languages, even in the north and east of the country, what can not be called Russian in rural areas.

      Quote: NeSvyatoy
      When arguing about Crimea, Ukrainians should not forget that the word Ukrainian itself is not the name of the people

      I can’t understand what you really wanted to say? We know our story well, a little better than you, and from the moment of the collapse of Kievan Rus, the territories that are part of present-day Ukraine were part of various state entities and a large number of different nationalities lived on it and therefore naturally there could not be any single name.
      1. kaktus
        kaktus 28 January 2014 17: 51
        +1
        Quote: rolik2
        since the collapse of Kievan Rus, the territories that are part of present-day Ukraine have been part of various state entities

        That is, the state did not exist!
        1. rolik2
          rolik2 28 January 2014 18: 46
          -1
          Quote: kaktus
          That is, the state did not exist!

          What surprises you so much? I can’t understand what you’re driving at. Read the history of the old Russian state after its disintegration in the territory of present Ukraine, Belarus, Russia, a lot of principalities were formed that sometimes fought and were friends, later fell under the influence of some other state formations, or pursued an independent policy, as a result of which in the 20s The USSR was formed by the Ukrainian SSR, approximately in the same territorial borders as it is now.
    2. rolik2
      rolik2 28 January 2014 16: 50
      -1
      Quote: NeSvyatoy
      that the word Ukrainian itself is not a self-name of the people, but artificially stuck at the beginning of the 20th century

      I agree with this, Ukrainians began to call the population who lived in the newly created Ukrainian SSR.

      Quote: NeSvyatoy
      Prior to that, residents of border areas were called Ukrainians. It is quite obvious that if we mean the country of Ukraine, we should say "going to Ukraine" (to the outskirts)


      That is, according to your logic, if you were traveling to the Far East, you also said "going to Ukraine" (to the outskirts) ?? Don't talk nonsense.

      Quote: NeSvyatoy
      Look at the language map on Wikipedia in eastern Ukraine there are many times more Russian speakers who speak Ukrainian.

      Again, talk dear, dear, the majority of the Russian-speaking population living in cities in rural areas speak a mixture of Ukrainian and Russian languages, even in the north and east of the country, what can not be called Russian in rural areas.

      Quote: NeSvyatoy
      When arguing about Crimea, Ukrainians should not forget that the word Ukrainian itself is not the name of the people

      I can’t understand what you really wanted to say? We know our story well, a little better than you, and from the moment of the collapse of Kievan Rus, the territories that are part of present-day Ukraine were part of various state entities and a large number of different nationalities lived on it and therefore naturally there could not be any single name.
    3. kp-95062
      kp-95062 29 January 2014 22: 20
      -1
      The Russians, too, until a certain point (the first quarter of the 18th century) were called Muscovites. Then the Russian people found their modern name. So why do other nations deny self-name?
  11. washi
    washi 28 January 2014 14: 01
    +6
    first went

    Crimea declared its readiness to secede from Ukraine
    25 January 2014, 13: 10

    CA-NEWS (CA) - Due to the negative events taking place in most of Ukraine in recent months, the Crimean parliament voted to secede from Ukraine. The autonomous status of Crimea in the state of Ukraine allows this to be realized, the newspaper Novosti.ru writes.
    According to the publication, this decision was adopted by an overwhelming majority of the parliament of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea (ARC) - the Supreme Council of the ARC: out of 81 voters (only 100 in the Crimean parliament), 78 deputies voted in favor, 1 voted against and two abstained.
    As the press center of the Supreme Council of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea commented, in the current situation in the state, the opposition is to blame, which, as stated in the statement, includes political associations headed by Klitschko (senior), Yatsenyuk, Tyagnibok.
    Calling these leaders “political provocateurs,” the ARC blames it on them for the provoked bloodshed, emphasizing that this is an unacceptably high and unacceptable price for the power ambitions of the political opposition.
    The statement emphasized that the unification of opposition movements under the flag of Ukrainian neo-Nazism is openly directed against friendship with Russia, renunciation of the centuries-old history common with Russia, the Russian language as a way of communication.
    According to the statement of the Crimean parliament, in the event of illegitimate elections in the country, Crimeans will not participate in them, the results will not be recognized and will raise the question of the withdrawal of Crimea from the Ukrainian state.
    1. Hitrovan07
      Hitrovan07 30 January 2014 15: 50
      0
      The "parade of sovereignties" began.
  12. Nevyatoy
    Nevyatoy 28 January 2014 14: 44
    +1
    Quote: Vasya
    Crimean parliament voted to secede from Ukraine. The autonomous status of Crimea in the state of Ukraine allows this to be realized, the newspaper Novosti.ru writes.

    Isn't that a duck? I googled and everywhere the same article is like a comma. There is no alternative information. Official sources about this are not words. Maybe it’s not worth reposting yet.
  13. onegin61
    onegin61 28 January 2014 15: 17
    +2
    In Crimea, it is necessary to initiate a referendum on self-determination of the Crimean region, and Russia must provide all Russian-speaking Russian passports, and there are up to 80% of those there, the Tatars there will also not mind and the process will go, and there, assistance from Russia will be on topic and will become Crimea as an example and according to the situation in the Kaliningrad region. Here it is.
  14. atalef
    atalef 28 January 2014 15: 24
    -2
    Quote: Onegin61
    In Crimea, it is necessary to initiate a referendum on self-determination of the Crimean region, and Russia should provide all Russian-speaking Russian passports

    this will lead to a complete and irrevocable severance of relations between Russia and Ukraine. Crimea is neither Abkhazia nor Ukraine is Georgia. You shall not serve that trick twice.
    Ukraine will be in NATO in a month.
    Quote: Onegin61
    and the process will go

    and tomorrow, Saudi Arabia will hit its passports in Dagestan and initiate a referendum (as an example) --- will the same process go?
    What you offer is the path to war and a complete break with Ukraine
    1. onegin61
      onegin61 28 January 2014 15: 29
      0
      Let him give something that is not his own, but there will be no war — the gut is thin, and the Crimeans will not allow it.
      1. CALL.
        CALL. 29 January 2014 09: 14
        0
        Quote: Onegin61
        Let him give something that is not his own, but there will be no war — the gut is thin, and the Crimeans will not allow it.

        I have already said, do not climb to Ukraine, they will figure it out themselves. The fact that Khrushchev is Judas illegally gave Crimea to Ukraine, I agree with that. And this is not the greatest evil. What he did, for his betrayal, curse him to the seventh generation. And you asked Crimeans whether they want to go to Russia? Ukrainians are already accustomed to consider Crimea their own, and any intervention will be perceived as intervention. They themselves will come to us. But in a strong, prosperous Russia. First we must raise Russia, and then everything else.
    2. onegin61
      onegin61 28 January 2014 15: 31
      0
      Regarding Saudi and Dagestan- do not confuse horseradish with a finger
    3. Hitrovan07
      Hitrovan07 30 January 2014 15: 52
      0
      About NATO you turned it down - only "a couple of planes" are allocated to NATO for the entire Baltic region - there will be no more strength for Ukraine.
      And about the Saudis - well, let them try.
  15. atalef
    atalef 28 January 2014 15: 34
    -2
    Quote: Onegin61
    Let him give what is not his

    Russia recognized the borders of the sovereign state of Ukraine and any invasion of its territory will be perceived in Ukraine and around the world as an act of aggression. With all the ensuing consequences
    Quote: Onegin61
    and there will be no war, the gut is thin

    Moreover, both
    Quote: Onegin61
    and Crimeans will not allow it.

    Well, you know better from Germany.
    1. Hitrovan07
      Hitrovan07 30 January 2014 15: 55
      +1
      You are not right.
      In recent years, the whole world (led by the United States) has been proving the right of the strong, and not legal law has dominated the modern world (alas).
      God forbid war (for some reason everyone forgets that they are killing in a war, but for some reason all patriots are eager for a war).
      From Russia, too, it is not very clear - but nevertheless closer than from your country.
  16. onegin61
    onegin61 28 January 2014 15: 39
    0
    Ukraine is about to fall apart in half and the Crimea itself will need to be separated just need not to interfere, but no one will refuse to help
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    2. atalef
      atalef 28 January 2014 15: 41
      +1
      Quote: Onegin61
      Ukraine is about to fall apart in half and the Crimea itself will need to be separated just need not to interfere, but no one will refuse to help

      I think the EU will fall apart faster, West Germany will separate from East Germany, and Bavaria will be a separate state.
      1. onegin61
        onegin61 28 January 2014 15: 52
        +1
        I don’t think about the EU and Germany, but the x-ly, as always, will outwit themselves, you cannot be "on your own mind", if it is not enough, this is already a diagnosis
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        2. atalef
          atalef 28 January 2014 15: 59
          -2
          Quote: Onegin61
          I don’t think about the EU and Germany

          Why, ask the people, here within 15 minutes 10t of the reasons for the collapse of the EU and Germany they will lead --- and they will be right

          Quote: Onegin61
          but the x-ly, as always, will outwit themselves, you cannot be "on your mind"

          Need to be YOU IN MIND
          Quote: Onegin61
          "if it is not enough, this is already a diagnosis

          Eh Onegin is an onegin.
          how many difficult mistakes are preparing for us the enlightenment spirit ......

          61 is it a year of birth or age?
          1. onegin61
            onegin61 28 January 2014 16: 08
            +2
            atflef-if you don’t like something, it doesn’t mean that it doesn’t. And don’t breathe in vain, there is a concept-flow of events in a story independent of circumstances, i.e. natural in their development. so they happen, it is impossible to combine incompatible.
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            2. atalef
              atalef 28 January 2014 16: 20
              -2
              Quote: Onegin61
              atflef - if you don’t like something, it doesn’t mean that it isn’t

              I already heard that in a classic expression about a gopher
              Quote: Onegin61
              .And don’t breathe in vain, there is a concept-course of events in history independent of circumstances,

              Of course, only how is this related to your comments?
              Quote: Onegin61
              natural in their development. here they are, you cannot combine incompatible

              those. ?
              1. onegin61
                onegin61 28 January 2014 19: 38
                +1
                And why are you so nervous, you switched to it, I didn’t drink vodka with you, or maybe you are from there, so you won’t breathe before death, everything will be decided without you.
                1. old rocket man
                  old rocket man 29 January 2014 22: 42
                  0
                  Quote: Onegin61
                  And why are you so nervous, you switched to it, I didn’t drink vodka with you, or maybe you are from there, so you won’t breathe before death, everything will be decided without you.


                  And this is their method, now he will say that you have a small brain, and therefore it is below his dignity to refer to "you", but when you call him in response, he instantly to the moderator, you are warned, and THEM is joy laughing
  17. muhomor
    muhomor 28 January 2014 16: 00
    +1
    And what! Why can Moldova talk about joining Romania, and Crimea cannot dream of joining Russia? wassat But seriously, territorial disputes are the most boring, dangerous kind of pritenzy. About the collapse of such a country (albeit not completed) like Ukraine, there can be no thought. To divide (according to the interests of population groups) and eat is the favorite trick of the modern imperialists.
  18. nemec55
    nemec55 28 January 2014 16: 54
    +4
    I PAY TOGETHER WITH Catherine the Great and the prince of the dark tauric and with thousands of dead glorious wars because of those freaks who burn in hell for the return of crimea.
  19. Pancreas
    Pancreas 28 January 2014 17: 43
    0
    The Yanukovych clan in Crimea has too many lands and real estate in personal ownership. Nikita Palace alone is worth something. Completely destroyed and stolen by the clan of the Research Institute of Viticulture and Winemaking "Magarach" with historical buildings, vineyards on the coast. They won't give it up. They even rewrote history textbooks. The anthem of Sevastopol "Legendary Sevastopol" was translated into Ukrainian:
  20. Pancreas
    Pancreas 28 January 2014 17: 45
    +4
    How many ethnic immigrants took possession of real estate in Crimea? will not give up.
  21. Pancreas
    Pancreas 28 January 2014 17: 56
    +1
    Alexander Ivanov, an employee of the TV and radio center of the Ukrainian Navy, admitted to the Sevastopolskaya Gazeta that it was his idea to perform the song in Ukrainian:

    - The song was written in 2000, first sounded in 2001. I came up with a chip, what can stronger embed our Russian friends. I needed this chip for the apple of discord. And I thought that it was possible to translate the song “Legendary Sevastopol” into Ukrainian, and I offered it to Miroslav Mamchak.

    But the poet came up with his own text to the music of Muradeli - so the “legendary Sevastopol” turned into “stately”, the ancient Rus, Kozaks, Kiev and the “white stone capital of Ukrainian sailors” appeared in the text.


    When you hear this in Ukrainian, such anger rises !!!
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  23. APASUS
    APASUS 28 January 2014 19: 43
    0
    I wonder where this card comes from with an error?
    Primorsky is the name of the town where the Sea plant is located, the name Seaside does not roll
  24. Andryushamronyuk
    Andryushamronyuk 28 January 2014 20: 09
    0
    Wimps you are Russian, you don’t have the strength to take Crimea back, just balabolite for 23 years :)
    1. Nikoha.2010
      Nikoha.2010 28 January 2014 20: 35
      +2
      Quote: Andryushamronyuk
      ............................given by the moderator Apollo approx. :)

      Yes, actually no one is going to take Crimea. Crimea is primarily a SPA! And let Crimea remain Crimea, and not with Russian prices, the right pensions with limited access for ordinary people, and Massandra wine can lose quality ... do not blame me, that’s the charm of Crimea! This is not Russia for you ... yes
  25. Andryushamronyuk
    Andryushamronyuk 28 January 2014 20: 11
    0
    And for another 23 years you will be talking about the "Russian" Crimea, and by that time the fleet will sink from rust :)
    1. Alex 241
      Alex 241 28 January 2014 20: 20
      -1
      ..According to intelligence reports, carefully compiled by the Ukrainian Naval Operations Department based on collective views of Russian television news, the personnel of the independent Naval Forces have long suspected that the Russian Black Sea Fleet is preparing some kind of dirty trick.

      And after all guessed, svidomye! Already twice guessed.

      First, the Black Sea Fleet, which many have long looked at as a decaying corner of the Russian naval zoo, suddenly came to life. Learning about the lightning above Tskhinval, he threw off a perennial sleepy stupefy and chose anchors. Then he famously moved to the Novorossiysk fart and there, in this fart, even forced someone a little. To the world.

      ... When the sea breeze blew away clouds of powder smoke, the number of pacifists off other shores soared to unimaginable heights. Those who disagree with the interpretation of the Black Sea Fleet concept of "the first guy in the village" turned into a submerged position ...

      Secondly, much to the surprise of Kiev, after a lot of frolic, the Black Sea Fleet decided to return to Sevastopol. For a smoke break and recharge. To wives and mistresses. Without demand.

      And back.

      That was already too much. This did not fit into any gate, not to mention the Kiev gate. It’s time, it’s time to make the damn holes understand that the Navy has no jokes!

      ... And now, towards the Russian small missile ship Mirage, heading out of Novorossiysk, there is a Ukrainian knight - a missile boat "Kakhovka", onboard U-154.
      1. Alex 241
        Alex 241 28 January 2014 20: 21
        +4
        Goes well. Not drowning. Terrible picture - outside viewers already heart sank.

        Something will be, something will be ...

        Cap "Kakhovka" did not seem to know what would happen. For he received an order to demonstrate the naval power of Ukraine. But how exactly to do it - puzzle yourself ...

        Demonstratively spit under the stem of the Mirage? Cut off that course and threaten with a finger? The choice of actions was as rich as ever and the Kakhovka cap would certainly have done something like that. Bold and uncompromising. But, apparently, it was not destiny that day the Naval Forces of Ukraine became famous throughout the world with lightning-fast Victoria ...

        Right in the middle of the FVK - the fairway of warships near the "Kakhovka" the engine was cut off. Completely. The command "stop the car!" the Ukrainian cap, of course, gave it up, but exclusively by virtue of the statutory pedantry. On all other sides, the team was already a complete profanation, since the onboard U-154 was already frozen in place, as if glued.

        Frozen, clumsily raskoryachivshis in the middle of the FVK. The mechanic, who had risen from the bowels of the bowels, spread his arms helplessly. Cap silently frowned and filed a new command. Over "Kakhovka" the signal "I stand without a move. I can not be controlled."

        - Repin's painting "Swam!" - noticed one of the coastal onlookers.

        A Russian correspondent who was standing right there grabbed his mobile: "Hello! I am transmitting from Sevastopol. The Ukrainian fleet has demonstratively blocked the entrance to the bay! Perhaps this is a political provocation! .."

        "Wind-wind, you are powerful, you chase flocks of clouds ..." (c)

        Well, in fact, the wind was not at all powerful. But his rickety whiffs were enough for the un-multiplied U-154 to begin to drift confidently towards the breakwater. With quite predictable prospects. Cap "Kahovka" swept across the bridge:
        - Urgently! Radio ashore! Please, your mother, a tug!

        The shore heeded the pleas. After Brownian throwing around the authorities, the signal finally got to the address - another beauty and pride of the Naval Forces of Ukraine - the tug "Krasnoperekopsk", rolled off the wall. Old and dry as a mammoth shit. There are no people left in the world who would remember him young and polished. For a year, the Ukrainian Navy could not scrape together hryvnia to paint this dreadnought hung with old tires ...
        1. Alex 241
          Alex 241 28 January 2014 20: 22
          +2
          Help arrived on time.

          After that, it was found that the drednouta "Krasnoperekopsk" somewhere barked towing end.
          - The scribe. - The Kakhovka cap said competently, remembering exactly that there was no such property on his missile boat either ... was lent to another naval woman.

          The final glamor mizanzene added the appearance of the Russian "Mirage", just lay on the entrance sections.

          It must be said that the Russian MRK’s fuss on the fairway’s naval grouping was perceived with great suspicion ... So when Krasnoperekopsk was butting its tires “Kakhovka” with hopelessness and began to squeeze the missile boat to the coast, the alarm was played on the MRK.

          Just in case.

          Performing the team for a test twisting, the Mirage artautomats moved their trunks ...

          ... It was then on a boat with a tug that we farrowed. And they yelled: "What are you? Are you crazy ?! Don't shoot! We're not deliberately, mlyayayayayaya! .."

          The invisible dove of peace flashed between the ships of the once single fleet and dived into the depths.

          The Mirage de-energized the trunks, took a little to the side, rounded the Ukrainian couple, frozen in the fairway, and went to the pier. Insolently shimmering the "pipes" of the PKs, hastily tinted after the recent combat launches. Under the welcome shouts from the shore, pops of fireworks and waving Russian flags.

          From the stern of the IRAs, someone from the boatswain's team sarcastically showed Kakhovka a towing end.

          This frank glaumyez on "Kakhovka" and "Krasnoperekopsk" did not meet with a response. They happily embraced! ..
    2. Blackgrifon
      Blackgrifon 28 January 2014 20: 29
      +1
      Quote: Andryushamronyuk
      And for another 23 years you will be talking about the "Russian" Crimea, and by that time the fleet will sink from rust :)


      Do not wait :)
  26. PValery53
    PValery53 28 January 2014 21: 48
    -1
    YOBNa "return" to revoke his signature under the Belovezhskaya agreement ... And to return Crimea (Taurida) without question !! (In Belovezhskaya Pushcha it was according to the script of LI Gaidai: Kravchuk: "Boris Nikolaich, but what about the Crimea ?. . "-" Gospadya! Yes, take it! -It's a pity INTO la?!.-... I demand the continuation of the banquet! .. ")
  27. Cristall
    Cristall 28 January 2014 23: 11
    0
    I constantly see an article where the opinion "return Crimea" is usually given a start. Not a single article there - "Return Port Arthur for example" But about Crimea, regularly.
    Yes, Khrushchev said. He could not know the future — it is always uncertain and in our hands. In the framework of the USSR, this was symbolic and economically justified. Without water, the continental USSR-Crimea is hard. What Khrushchev was guilty of and he is often cursed on this site precisely for the fact that he turned off the IVS undertakings - but everything is definitely for Crimea.
    To this day, exclamations are heard - Russia must. I have to pick it up. Select pick, exactly what it guaranteed Ukraine-territorial integrity!
    And this despite the fact that I myself am opposed to the advent of Bendery’s power and think of such a thing, for example, even in Odessa.
    1. Nikoha.2010
      Nikoha.2010 28 January 2014 23: 47
      0
      Quote: Cristall
      I constantly see an article where the opinion "return Crimea" is usually given a start. Not a single article there - "Return Port Arthur for example" But about Crimea, regularly.
      To this day, exclamations are heard - Russia must. I have to pick it up. Select pick, exactly what it guaranteed Ukraine-territorial integrity!
      And this despite the fact that I myself am opposed to the advent of Bendery’s power and think of such a thing, for example, even in Odessa.

      Port Arthur was transferred to "brotherly China" in 1955, but that's a different story. I agree with you, in the sense that there are really many topics about Crimea and Sevastopol. I believe that no one is going to "take away" these territories from someone. There are many opinions and disagreements, someone writes that Sevastopol and Crimea must certainly be Russian, someone has a different opinion. For me, Crimea is a resort, and Sevastopol is a city of Sevastopol residents. The topic has become aggravated due to the situation in Ukraine, and most Russians worry about the ordinary Ukrainian people, not about politics and commerce. Hope no more blood will be spilled. who can't sleep now is the head of Gazprom ... hi
    2. Shur
      Shur 29 January 2014 20: 55
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      And in Ukraine it is also unlikely to keep him.
      1. Apollo
        Apollo 29 January 2014 21: 07
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        And in Ukraine

        Let me inquire, where did you study ?!
        1. Shur
          Shur 29 January 2014 21: 33
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          We restrict ourselves to the request ..
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  29. Tron
    Tron 29 January 2014 21: 55
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    And I am sorry for the people living in Crimea. Someone asked them in which republic they want to exist?
    Both Khrushchev and Yeltsin must have felt like kings, writing off a village with serfs to the boyar he liked when they torn Crimea from Russia.
    That's why I respect and support the Transnistrians who were, are and will be Russian, contrary to the will of politicians ..........deleted by moderator Apollo.
  30. Zomanus
    Zomanus 31 January 2014 00: 01
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    Yeah, so many troubles from a couple of fools ... Okay, let's see what borders Ukraine will exist in five years from now. Because if before that it was torn by its own and small, now it will be torn by strangers and large.
  31. ololokr
    ololokr 31 January 2014 23: 22
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    And how, after such moods, can you conduct business normally? you are already cleared of this shit in your brain, go to church, or stop smoking. After that, someone else dares to say that we are fraternal countries, but thank you, it’s better to be yourself than to have such neighbors. I hope that the young generation of the Russian Federation does not think like you, but lives today.
  32. 8R63A
    8R63A 1 February 2014 08: 58
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    no one canceled the Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Council of the RSFSR of October 29, 1948 “On the Allocation of the City of Sevastopol as an Independent Administrative Center”.

    The law of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR of April 26, 1954 on the annexation of the Crimean region to Ukraine, which was already discussed, could not legally extend and did not extend to Sevastopol. Indeed, the law says about the transfer of the Ukrainian SSR to the Crimean region, and not the Crimean peninsula. By the time the law was passed, Sevastopol had not been part of the Crimean region for six years.
  33. 8R63A
    8R63A 1 February 2014 09: 08
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    Consequently, the inclusion of Sevastopol in Ukraine took place on a voluntary basis, illegally, in essence, was its annexation, undermining Russia's sovereignty to part of its original territory. In fact, Sevastopol, both then and subsequently, was directly subordinate to the union authorities. And until December 8, 1991, the day the USSR was liquidated, financial and organizational functions within Sevastopol were carried out under the direct supervision of the Council of Ministers of the USSR without any participation of the Council of Ministers of the Ukrainian SSR. ”
  34. 8R63A
    8R63A 1 February 2014 09: 36
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    . DANGEROUS ILLUSIONS OF STEPAN BANDERS AGAINST HITLER

    In a completely hopeless, hopeless situation, Stepan Andreevich Bandera (1909-1959), being one of the leaders of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN) and the Ukrainian Military Organization (Y. Pilsudsky was similar at that time), in various ways, up to the most radical - terrorist, fought for the independence and independence of Ukraine with the Polish authorities, then after September 1939 with the authorities of the USSR. And when Hitler attacked the USSR on June 22, Bandera, believing the beautiful propaganda of Hitler and Goebbels, was convinced that these "liberators" would help realize his dream - to create a sovereign Ukrainian state.

    But as soon as several days after the outbreak of the war, he announced by a special act on June 30, 1941 the creation of the sovereign state of Ukraine, which was not part of Hitler’s plans, the Nazis arrested him and his supporters on July 5, 1941 and threw him into a concentration camp. At the end of the war he was liberated by the Americans, and with their approval, under a different surname, he lived in Western Germany, where he was killed by a KGB agent in 1959.
  35. 8R63A
    8R63A 2 February 2014 10: 28
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    The Ukrainian version of the origin of the modern nation must also be recognized as fantastic. The Ukrainian textbooks set forth the scheme of M. S. Hrushevsky, the key point of which is the denial of the Old Russian nationality and the assertion of the parallel existence of two nationalities: "Ukrainian-Russian" and "Great Russian". According to Grushevsky, it turns out that the Kiev state is the state of the "Russian-Ukrainian", and the Vladimir-Suzdal state is the "Great Russian" nationalities. The Kiev period of the history of the "Ukrainian-Russian nationality" gradually passes into the Galicia-Volynsky, then - into the Lithuanian-Polish, and the Vladimir-Suzdal period of the history of the "Great Russian nationality" - the Moscow one. Thus, M.S. Hrushevsky is trying to prove that instead of a single Russian history, there are two stories of two different nationalities: "History of Ukraine-Rus" and "History of Muscovy and Great Russia".
  36. polarural
    polarural 19 February 2019 07: 34
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    I can only answer to the balcony of Khrushchev’s son - Yeltsin is NOT the OWNER of the Russian land in order to give something back !!