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Lukashenko’s distance lessons for Yanukovych, or what if there was a “father” in Kiev today?

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The Ukrainian topic has recently captured the mainstream media, not only Ukrainian, but also the media in many other countries. One of the topics for discussion is as follows: the situation with the “Maidan” could have gone as far as what it reached in Ukraine, if the situation was in Russia or, for example, in Belarus. In this material it will be quite possible to speculate on the Belarusian course of events if, God forbid, the “Maidan” began to form not in Kiev, but in Minsk, as to speculate about the reasons for the “softness” of the Ukrainian authorities.


Lukashenko’s distance lessons for Yanukovych, or what if there was a “father” in Kiev today?


To begin with, it is worthwhile to present a quote made about the Ukrainian events by the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko. In the quotation, there is enough “pepper”, which quite obviously makes it clear what position the Belarusian leader has managed to determine for himself.
Alexander Lukashenko quotes the edition "Belarusian Partisan" (how can you trust the accuracy of quotes on this resource? - another question):
What is happening in Ukraine is a nightmare, it is a disaster. This is not my business, they will figure it out without me, ask me - I will say yes or no, whether I will help or not. If they take power in this presidential election, those who are trashed are for a long time.


Here the words that the President of Belarus is reflecting on possible assistance to Ukraine stand out in particular. In fact, it is very interesting, but what can really happen (although the probability of such a confluence of circumstances is close to zero), if, for example, Viktor Yanukovych asks for neighborly help? Interesting is the nature of its provision from Belarus. If such assistance is presented today in a forceful manner, then you can imagine the tonality of the screech, excuse me, "maydanutyh" gentlemen, well, or, using the analogy that was once used by Vladimir Putin (which is well combined with the Ukrainian reality today) - BANDERLOGS. Naturally, for the fascist opposition of Ukraine, any forceful intervention by Belarus or Russia is a grandiose reason to appeal to the West in order to "help" is already more substantive. It is to be expected that in this case Ukraine may slide into the abyss of the most real (let's say, hot) war with all that it implies.

But we will not escalate, since it is difficult to suspect Alexander Lukashenko of such an obvious political short-sightedness, in which the Belarusian security forces could openly go on the suppression of the “maydanutyh”. The key word here, by the way, is “open” ... The open script today is like death for Ukraine, but why open. If in the “half-closed” mode there are Western emissaries, then a similar “half-closed” counterweight is needed. In this case, the hypothetical help from the same Lukashenko, most likely, fits into a balanced information campaign and a number of preventive steps of a different nature.

First, about the Belarusian information campaign, which today has already received critical arrows from the West, which means it really works for the benefit of the unity of Ukraine. Polish edition Gazeta Wyborcza He is indignant about the fact that in the Belarusian mass media people who are abundantly represented, for example, on Grushevskogo Street, are called exclusively by radicals, criminals and militants, and not “fighters for freedom and democracy”. “Concerned” by Gazeta Wyborcza and the fact that in Belarus “they do not disclose the subject of” protests. They say that there is little “correct” from the point of view of a “democratic” publication, information. Well, and in order to explain to its readers why information about “Maidan” in the media of Belarus is presented in this way, the same Polish GW summarizes: “Lukashenko is afraid of Maidan, as a vampire of holy water". Well, quite in the spirit of the “democratic” media, isn’t it ... Surprisingly, the “facts” of how Lukashenka “drinks blood straight from the Democrats' bitten throat” are not yet presented ...

Now something about the preventive actions of the Belarusian president. As you know, during a mass rally in Ukraine, a Belarusian citizen died, who was a member of one of the most radical extremist organizations. The Ukrainian funeral of this man resembled footage of the fascist sabbath: a string of people with masks on their faces, in forged boots, clutching at each other’s shoulders, accompany the “brother” on the final journey ... After that, the Belarusian secret services began to work more actively towards those who are organized groups are sent to Ukraine with very vague intentions. The Belarusian opposition immediately accused Lukashenko of violating the human right to freedom of movement - as they say, the thief and the cap are on fire ...

Only all of these and other similar accusations, Lukashenka does not intend to comment, and certainly does not intend to bend before such demands, as they say. But the neighbor - Victor Fyodorovich - very much bends ... It seems that Victor Fyodorovich is ready to fulfill any vagaries of those who are now seeking to cut Ukraine into pieces.
Afraid of sanctions? Well, what kind of sanctions could be worse for Ukraine, what the country was turned into today ... There is another version of events: the actual inaction of the head of the Ukrainian state, the reluctance to solve the issue in an effective way of force - the way it would be solved in the UK, USA, Germany how the same Lukashenko would solve it - is connected with banal utilitarian reasons. What kind

Ukrainian economic experts and political scientists say that the state of emergency in Ukraine is not introduced only because if introduced by law, all assets of private banks must be transferred to the NBU (National Bank of Ukraine) for the duration of the emergency — that is, actual nationalization will take place . If so, then it becomes quite understandable, let's call it, the soft motivation of the Ukrainian political elites, which today are "directed in their work" by two opposing oligarchic groups.

On this occasion, it is worthwhile to submit another quotation by Alexander Lukashenko:
A beautiful country with a beautiful people, and this mess with the so-called market, where the clans divided the country - this is what this leads to.


If, in the event of a state of emergency, nationalization of all bank assets without exception is the reality of Ukrainian laws, then it is quite obvious that the oligarchic clans of Ukraine do not have a state of emergency in any way ... Who wants to take and part with their “honestly earned Tugriks "... This indirectly explains the indecisiveness of Viktor Yanukovych, who, apparently, is not able to independently make a single decision.

If it were in Minsk, then all the “maydanutymi” would definitely give a couple of hours to “go home”, then “those who remained in the name of democracy” would be taken into a tight ring, isolated from him instigators and especially violent, giving free rein to the police special forces and its effective special means. Well, the "analogues" of Yatsenyuk, Tyagnibok and Klitschko for the attempted coup d'état would have tried the prison balanda already at the initial stage of "protest." The courts would be fast, the sentences are hardly acquittals ... The leaders of the western regions of the country, as well as the heads of law enforcement agencies who hand over administration buildings suspiciously calmly, would quickly pass through the “aptitude test” test. “Professionally unfit” would then find work, for example, on clearing space from debris and other “barricades” ...

Would they have walked around the central square of Minsk Nuland or Ashton, trying to feed law enforcement officers with rolls and patting “Protestants” on the shoulder? - well, it is unlikely ...

For this, he "loves" Alexander Lukashenko and the West, and the quiet-quiet Belarusian opposition ... For about the same, the "democrats" confess "in love" to Vladimir Putin ...
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  1. disa
    disa 30 January 2014 08: 54
    +78
    Yanukovych is becoming more and more like a cat whom they started chasing around the house for not catching mice, and meanwhile the rats occupied the barn and are preparing to storm ...
    1. Letterksi
      Letterksi 30 January 2014 09: 00
      +21
      They are all rats. Both sides. Need a third party

      1. Roman A
        Roman A 30 January 2014 10: 18
        +5
        Good Uncle, but it's better to listen to Sergei Razumovsky The split of Ukraine as a springboard for pressure on Russia. If anyone is interested
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        2. Vitaly11
          Vitaly11 30 January 2014 15: 56
          +1
          say good, well ... well, how do you like this wink http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XQw5Kvi8od0#t=15
          1. Roman A
            Roman A 30 January 2014 17: 58
            -1
            Quote: Vitaliy11
            say good, well ... well, how do you like this: snitch: http: //shchsch.yutube.ets/shchatch?

            You either didn’t watch or understand Vitaly. Sergey shows how easy it is to be a fascist in Western women. His guys at that time stood with a red flag under a Slavic woman. There was a great resonance on Google. By the way, your link is called 14.10.13/XNUMX/XNUMX depictst Nazi saluting
            1. Vitaly11
              Vitaly11 30 January 2014 18: 47
              +3
              Comrade Roman A. Did you yourself listen to what was on the video? I quote "today is the birthday of our allies, the Ukrainian insurgent army." you want to say that his guys with red flags have allies, the Ukrainian rebel army ??? so listen carefully;)
              1. Letterksi
                Letterksi 30 January 2014 22: 13
                0
                Well Razumovsky in this video was camouflaged not for nothing is a former army intelligence officer :)))
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            1. Vitaly11
              Vitaly11 30 January 2014 18: 14
              +1
              the person is nice, but how is it with your eyesight, or do you know how to read the current, and identifying this person is no longer for you ...
              https://forum.free-sevastopol.com/index.php?topic=2441.0 смотрите мож по фотке найдёте сходства, если в состоянии, хотя щас наверное скажите это фотошоп и всё такое...
              1. Roman A
                Roman A 30 January 2014 19: 11
                -1
                Vitaliy is not getting excited, I wrote a post that he didn’t go through something this person provoked the Natsik link below at rolik if interested listen from the bottom to the top (I hope you change your mind) http://www.youtube.com/user/RazumowskiySergei
                1. Vitaly11
                  Vitaly11 30 January 2014 19: 16
                  0
                  that would you give up because of what, or rather someone, to get excited. And at first I had a pretty good opinion about him, when he called for a war in Syria ... until the facts of the opposite sense began to emerge - soоth heardс and readс wink
          3. rolik
            rolik 30 January 2014 18: 08
            +5
            Quote: Vitaliy11
            say good, well ... well, how do you like this

            Yes, this is interesting of course, and now here's a video that shows the background of all this action. And for the future, do not pull the facts. It does not do honor.
            1. Vitaly11
              Vitaly11 30 January 2014 18: 32
              -3
              Quote: rolik
              And for the future, do not pull the facts. It does not do honor.

              yeah PR and yours and ours, then for the creation in Transcarpathia of the Republic of Rusinov broadcast, because he Rusin - this certainly does the honor
            2. Vitaly11
              Vitaly11 30 January 2014 18: 32
              -3
              Quote: rolik
              And for the future, do not pull the facts. It does not do honor.

              yeah PR and yours and ours, then for the creation in Transcarpathia of the Republic of Rusinov broadcast, because he Rusin - this certainly does the honor
              1. rolik
                rolik 30 January 2014 18: 45
                +6
                Quote: Vitaliy11
                yeah PR and yours and ours,

                Began pulling the donkey by the ears. Even answering this nonsense is pointless.
                You’d better say where you came from. Maybe this would be enough to end the debate ??
                1. Sergey Sitnikov
                  Sergey Sitnikov 1 February 2014 06: 43
                  0
                  ))))) the point is that answering this nonsense is pointless)), it has semantic bugs and in general its thoughts are intricate
            3. rolik
              rolik 30 January 2014 18: 33
              +1
              Quote: rolik
              Yes it’s interesting of course,

              I do not see a comment from the new truth-teller and the whistleblower. I can distinguish faces very well and I have excellent photographic memory.
              That is why Roshchin was in fascist form, not Razumovsky.
              1. Vitaly11
                Vitaly11 30 January 2014 18: 51
                -3
                what to answer? that someone is afraid to call his last name distorting it to another? so these are all questions to Roshchin ala Razumovsky
                I am from Donbass - on this I stop the debate with you
                1. dddym
                  dddym 31 January 2014 10: 35
                  +4
                  Surprisingly Ukraine is 180 parties plus one more in the form of what S.R. But isn’t it easier to take Russian Ukraine as an electorate? By the way, in terms of the number of people who are actively striving for Russia, they are much superior to the rest. He talks about 100 people and about the mayor reading something there. Sevastopol, Crimea, Donbass, Zaporozhye actively kicked anti-crosses from their territory. And there are not 100 people there, but tens of thousands of active young people who are ready to fight for a common family - Holy Russia.
                  And I confirm this with links to communities on social networks:
                  http://vk.com/luganck_russia
                  http://vk.com/sevsopr
                  http://vk.com/donbass_crimea_russia
                  http://vk.com/donbass_crimea_russia
                  they really went out and drove out Bendera. So citizen Razumovsky can further disbelieve himself. But he has 100 people and then 2 tens of millions.
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    3. Vitaly Anisimov
      Vitaly Anisimov 30 January 2014 09: 01
      +62
      Lukashenko "drinks blood directly from the democrats' bitten throat" ...
      Old Man can ..))) They are afraid of him like hell. laughing
      1. Vladimir.z.
        Vladimir.z. 30 January 2014 09: 05
        +8
        In Minsk, Dad, in Kiev, godfather, and we .....
        1. Canep
          Canep 30 January 2014 09: 08
          +14
          Quote: Vladimir.z.
          and we have.....
          We have Khan, and you have Citizen Chief.
          1. Alex_Popovson
            Alex_Popovson 30 January 2014 09: 17
            -5
            We have Khan

            Maybe it would be more correct to say "Emperor"?
          2. ekzorsist
            ekzorsist 30 January 2014 18: 11
            +3
            Why do Kazakhs offend the hatchback ???
            This is among the Kazakhs, the khan of all Kazakhstan, and you probably have an emir?!?
            1. Urus
              Urus 30 January 2014 22: 03
              +3
              _not..emir we have in Bukhara !! in Russia, like a king, it’s just the Tsar.
        2. Ingvar 72
          Ingvar 72 30 January 2014 09: 45
          +10
          Quote: Vladimir.z.
          godfather in Kiev, and we .....

          We have a beholder. laughing
          1. Vladimir.z.
            Vladimir.z. 30 January 2014 14: 06
            +6
            Quote: Ingvar 72
            Quote: Vladimir.z.
            godfather in Kiev, and we .....

            We have a beholder. laughing


            .... for gas and oil pipes.
        3. Jurkovs
          Jurkovs 30 January 2014 15: 11
          +4
          Quote: Vladimir.z.
          In Minsk, Dad, in Kiev, godfather, and we .....

          and we have a "galley slave".
      2. andranick
        andranick 30 January 2014 09: 30
        +13
        Quote: MIKHAN
        Lukashenko "drinks blood directly from the democrats' bitten throat" ...
        Old Man can ..))) They are afraid of him like incense

        And do not dissuade anyone else! :) Moreover, to give a hint that he prefers the Anglo-Saxon krovushka :).
      3. Kolya
        Kolya 30 January 2014 09: 52
        +30
        Not everything is so simple, if Old Man today but with the past of Yanukovych, it would have turned out what today is in Ukraine. The Old Man’s strength is not in today, but in what he already did yesterday for Belarus. Yanukovych did nothing for Ukraine, he only robbed and stole.
      4. 0251
        0251 30 January 2014 10: 14
        +10
        Quote from Alexander Lukashenko:
        A beautiful country with a beautiful people, and this mess with the so-called market, where the clans divided the country - this is what this leads to.
        If it were in Minsk, then all the “maydanutymi” would definitely give a couple of hours to “go home”, then “those who remained in the name of democracy” would be taken into a tight ring, isolated from him instigators and especially violent, giving free rein to the police special forces and its effective special means. Well, the "analogues" of Yatsenyuk, Tyagnibok and Klitschko for the attempted coup d'état would have tried the prison balanda already at the initial stage of "protest." The courts would be fast, the sentences are hardly acquittals ... The leaders of the western regions of the country, as well as the heads of law enforcement agencies who hand over administration buildings suspiciously calmly, would quickly pass through the “aptitude test” test. “Professionally unfit” would then find work, for example, on clearing space from debris and other “barricades” ...
        Would they have walked around the central square of Minsk Nuland or Ashton, trying to feed law enforcement officers with rolls and patting “Protestants” on the shoulder? - well, it is unlikely ...
        For this, both the “West” and the “quiet” Belarusian opposition “love” Alexander Lukashenko ... For about the same thing, the “democrats” confess “to love” to Vladimir Putin too .... I consider these extracts to be the most true in relation to Ukraine. It is unfortunate that Yanukovych cannot restore order in his country. Over 2,5-ya riots throughout Ukraine-a huge damage to the economy.
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      6. vladimirZ
        vladimirZ 30 January 2014 10: 38
        +25
        Here it is A. Lukashenko’s correct policy:
        “If it were in Minsk, then all the“ maydanuts ”would definitely be given a couple of hours to“ go home ”, then“ those who remained in the name of democracy ”would be taken into a tight ring, they would isolate the instigators and especially violent ones from it, giving free rein to the police special forces and his effective special equipment. "

        Well done, Old Man, leader and leader of the Belarusian people!
        Oh, we would go to Russia, such a leader!
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        2. nickname 1 and 2
          nickname 1 and 2 30 January 2014 11: 04
          +13
          Quote: vladimirZ
          Well done, Old Man, leader and leader of the Belarusian people! Oh, we would have such a leader in Russia!


          and Belarusians are ours!

          It has long been noticed that, AT ALL TIMES - NEIGHBORHOOD IS BETTER THAN WIFE!
        3. Roman Skomorokhov
          Roman Skomorokhov 30 January 2014 11: 20
          +16
          It’s strange, but my Belarusian relatives dream of Putin.
          From the side it is seen in different ways. And the Old Man has his own jumps, and ours is not without flaws. And not the fact that castling would be a good thing.

          Although of course, there is more order on the Belarusian collective farm.

          Last summer, relatives came from Minsk, they were slightly dumbfounded by what they saw. The phrase "And it is not so with us" sounded many times. Moreover, this often concerned the negative aspects of our life. It's a pity.
          1. SRC P-15
            SRC P-15 30 January 2014 14: 06
            +13
            Quote: Banshee
            From the side it is seen in different ways. And the Old Man has his jumps,

            That's right, there is a popular wisdom: "In the wrong hands, x .. is always thicker!" So there is no need to dream, but to calmly accept what is. Lukashenka also has his own worms in his head, it is not known how he would behave if he were the president of Russia. And our Putin is still on the right path, since there is so much screeching and snot around.
          2. dddym
            dddym 31 January 2014 10: 40
            +3
            Ha! My friends went to Belarus, they were delighted! We just talked about Belarus. as the best that can now be. So they are right! Vivat Belarus! Vivat Butsko :)
          3. Anatolich
            Anatolich 31 January 2014 17: 26
            +2
            Unite, and Putin as president, and Old Man as prime minister, this will be an explosive mixture
            1. fomich1977
              fomich1977 1 February 2014 18: 19
              0
              Yes it would be nice!)
        4. Ivan Petrovich
          Ivan Petrovich 30 January 2014 13: 41
          +8
          dad, he is dad ... Lukashenko for the presidency!
      7. Roman Skomorokhov
        Roman Skomorokhov 30 January 2014 11: 16
        +1
        So enjoy your meal. This is the case when vampirism is helpful.
      8. AVV
        AVV 30 January 2014 21: 44
        +2
        Quote: MIKHAN
        Lukashenko "drinks blood directly from the democrats' bitten throat" ...
        Old Man can ..))) They are afraid of him like hell. laughing

        At least the Old Man would not dissolve the snot in front of the West, in front of the Maidan, and by the end of the same day he would have identified all Bendery renegades on the felling of the forest or something else, if hell would go to Euromaidan for cheap and selling money, they would just stutter this word they could pronounce it !!! There are a lot of rags in power, but there is no one to wipe on Maydanutykh Square !!!
    4. Canep
      Canep 30 January 2014 09: 06
      +14
      Yanukovych snickering cat, Maidan had to be dispersed in December. The spineless man showed weakness, now he can only make concessions to the maydanut bandits, this contingent understands only the language of power. Putin once said that he would not conduct negotiations with terrorists, and brought troops into Chechnya and put things in order by force.
      1. Letterksi
        Letterksi 30 January 2014 09: 29
        +15
        Yes, I’ve made it clear that now reparations to the defeated side are paying and metastases are spread throughout Russia :)))
        1. shuhartred
          shuhartred 30 January 2014 12: 17
          +2
          Quote: LetterKsi
          Yes, I’ve made it clear that now reparations to the defeated side are paying and metastases are spread throughout Russia :)))

          Would it be better to leave it as it is?
          1. Letterksi
            Letterksi 30 January 2014 15: 24
            +5
            Would it be better to leave it as it is?


            It would be better to put things in order, rather than cover up defeat with words of victory. You probably live in a different region. Definitely not in Stavropol, Moscow or Pugachev

            And you draw victory tanks on avatars. You are an official patriot, judging by the question you asked
            1. Xunta
              Xunta 5 February 2014 09: 51
              0
              And what exactly needed to be done in Chechnya? Carpet bombing sat down? Eviction of the population? Genocide? Branch of Chechnya? What exactly?
              If you separate .... so that there are no problems, then maybe give the Kuriles to Yapam ... so that there are no problems ... and refuse from Kaliningrad ... so that there are no problems ...
              Or bombing all the same? And you specifically kill the child of the Chechen 2's 3's kill?
              So since now it’s probably better .... Chechnya is a training ground for the Nashish security forces, Kadyrov is yelling glory to Putin from the tribune, Glory to RUSSIA !!! I just don’t see another option ...
      2. Orik
        Orik 30 January 2014 09: 37
        +9
        He can’t afford the hard option, there is no unity in his team, there is no support from the people, and Lukashenko has all this.
        1. Egoza
          Egoza 30 January 2014 10: 03
          +4
          Quote: Orik
          He can’t afford the hard option, there is no unity in his team, there is no support from the people,

          Of course! Here is what Yanukovych said yesterday:
          "President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych told the People's Deputies of the Party of Regions that the authorities have enough strength to control the situation. He said this at a closed meeting of the PR faction in the Verkhovna Rada." We have enough strength to control the situation in the country and here in parliament, " - said the President, addressing the deputies of the Party of Regions. Yanukovych emphasized that “no radical should be given the opportunity to feel impunity ... Who wants war? Who wants the conflict to continue? "
          Source: http://polemika.com.ua/news-137250.html
          I don’t understand, but who are these radicals? Those who demand an emergency in the country, or those who have occupied our city? Oh yes! See below ...
          Personal sanctions will be imposed on those people's deputies of Ukraine who vote in favor of a state of emergency. About this on Twitter wrote the vice-president of the European People's Party, deputy of the European Parliament Jacek Sariusz-Wolski. “The possibility is being discussed that in the event of a state of emergency vote in the Ukrainian parliament, MPs who support it may face personal sanctions,” wrote Sariush-Volsky. Note that the European MP is now in the delegation of the European Parliament in Ukraine.
          Source: http://polemika.com.ua/news-137246.html
          And Yanukovych has no questions what to do! am
          1. 0251
            0251 30 January 2014 10: 21
            0
            Sorry for Yanukovych. And most of the country's population suffers. He needs to look less at Europe and America, and act strictly according to the Constitution of Ukraine, where everything is clearly stated what and how to BUILD the country.
            1. Orik
              Orik 30 January 2014 11: 47
              +9
              Quote: 0251
              Sorry for Yanukovych.

              Why feel sorry for him? He is flesh from flesh a child of oligarchic power, a protege of clans. Do you really think he was going to care for the people? All his campaign words are just slogans for coming to power.
            2. Viktor Shmagin
              Viktor Shmagin 31 January 2014 00: 45
              +1
              It’s a pity Mazepovich, you’d better have a cat or a dog some regret
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            1. Vladimir 70
              Vladimir 70 30 January 2014 10: 57
              +9
              Sorry for Yanukovych. And most of the country's population suffers. He needs to look less at Europe and America, and act strictly according to the Constitution of Ukraine, where everything is clearly stated what and how to BUILD the country.
              The fact that the population suffers agrees. But why is it pity Lousy? Lousy since 2010, instead of fulfilling his duties of a guarantor and engaged in the country, he was engaged in the business of his son.
        2. Letterksi
          Letterksi 30 January 2014 10: 43
          0
          There is for the reason that trying to have
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      3. Kolya
        Kolya 30 January 2014 10: 43
        +9
        Do not forget that the historical territory of Ukraine is the cradle of Russia. The methods that are acceptable to Chechnya are absolutely unacceptable to Ukraine. So you can provoke the bloody hostility of the Slavs to each other. Our external enemies just want this.
        1. Letterksi
          Letterksi 30 January 2014 10: 46
          +3
          There is enmity there. Especially when the feud is heated for 24 years with a light hand such as Yanukovych. And there is no end to this heating.
          1. Yuri Y.
            Yuri Y. 30 January 2014 11: 42
            +3
            In my opinion, in the video S. Razumovsky definitely said, and the opposition and Yanukovych are controlled from one office (the truth with the signing bucked). BANDERlogs were brought up under any president all these years (starting from school), including Yanukovych. This explains, among other things, its softness. Maybe this is a plan for a bloodless transfer of power. When they agree on a 2-clerk, the result will be one (since there was no other).
            Quote: Kohl
            Methods that .... are absolutely unacceptable for Ukraine.

            Just the scale is different. It will surely be down to the whole world.
            1. Letterksi
              Letterksi 30 January 2014 15: 42
              +2
              It is guaranteed to be so. Moreover, they can be used for this purpose even "in the dark". Greedy people. he will just sit in the presidency, not to rock the boat, go with the flow, steal and hope to jump off competently when he smells of fried. At the same time, he perfectly understands that the country is ruled by others, and he is a simple constitutional protege - a managerial screen

              And these others can hum in his ear that he needs to buck about the EU, in fact substituting both himself and the people of Ukraine. After all, if hatred has been raised for 24 years, someday it is necessary to use this education against the country itself and neighboring countries. Perhaps Yanukovych is the very switch that is not yet suspected (or maybe begins to guess), with which the country will be derailed. Those. the time has come. Here Azarov competently jumped. But Yanukovych, by virtue of his hearing loss, does not have time. Simple switchman shorter

              Perhaps he will guess and transfer power, and it is possible to derail everything. As in the office, where they are controlled from, they decide, so it will be.

              Therefore, we need a third party, which does not participate in all these games, which will act from its position. Razumovsky also speaks about it
        2. equity
          equity 31 January 2014 05: 38
          0
          Kolya

          Quote: Methods that are acceptable to Chechnya are absolutely unacceptable to Ukraine.

          If "methods acceptable for Chechnya", as you put it, are applied to Ukraine, then the Ukrainians will treat you even worse than some people in Chechnya, and many Ukrainians already treat you badly, although they are "brothers Slavs"!
    5. vezunchik
      vezunchik 30 January 2014 21: 42
      +6
      Remember Czechoslovakia! If they turned to the USSR for help, then there wouldn’t be such a war. Fascist Germany was not ready ... And thanks to the support of the West, Germany rose to its feet and fell into disrepair ...
      So now, if Belarus and Russia do not crush in the bud of the Nazis in Ukraine, nothing good should be expected
      The USA and the West do not stand on ceremony with anyone, bombing objectionable countries and destroying objectionable leaders, and nothing else .. And impunity breeds impudence
      1. soldat1945
        soldat1945 30 January 2014 22: 33
        0
        All the same, returning to Razumosky I still didn’t understand whether he was a lieutenant colonel or colonel from Russia or from Ukraine, who is he? every time in a different form!
        1. Letterksi
          Letterksi 31 January 2014 10: 46
          +1
          What about you? need a PR company? speechwriters, life path on wikipedia? Certificates from human rights organizations? Ali surety from Ukrainian oligarchs? Sorry for that number of questions. I’m just tired of the situation when a person necessarily requires a piece of paper, who he is, and judged by a piece of paper, and not by what he does

          He is a former military man who is tired of what is happening in the country. It's enough

          It is necessary to gain courageous courage to say what he says in a country embraced by a revolution. Here Kvachkov began to speak, now he is sitting. Khabarov has not even begun to speak, but is already sitting. Therefore, while Razumovsky says, you need to listen, and not find out who and what.

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    7. Gakkoga
      Gakkoga 5 February 2014 14: 43
      +1
      It is necessary to be tougher with provocateurs and traitors, it is correctly written, to give time to think and disperse this chicken coop, otherwise it’s already pulling a country into turmoil.
  2. Denis
    Denis 30 January 2014 08: 54
    +11
    If it was in Minsk
    What is such a maidan? No, have not heard
    And all things, you will not spoil the Old Man
    1. polkovnik manuch
      polkovnik manuch 30 January 2014 20: 01
      +2
      Dear Denis! I completely agree with you, "you won't be spoiled by the daddy," and the shitcrats are sitting with their tail between their legs.
      1. alone
        alone 30 January 2014 20: 33
        +2
        Lukashenko is not Yanukovych, and Ukraine is not Belarus. If Lukashenko had a son after 6 months, he would have become an oligarch, probably in Minsk it was the same.
      2. vadson
        vadson 30 January 2014 22: 44
        0
        Quote: polkovnik manuch
        Dear Denis! I completely agree with you, "you won't be spoiled by the daddy," and the shitcrats are sitting with their tail between their legs.

        the key word is "sit"
      3. dddym
        dddym 31 January 2014 10: 47
        +2
        Who told you that Old Man is not a democracy? What a democracy! The Old Man slams the chiefs of all stripes - even sparks fly! Sits right and left - but if these bureaucrats, God forbid, stop thinking about people! And if they think normal leaders - what help is needed, and material wealth! Vivat Belarus! Vivat Butsko :))))
  3. svskor80
    svskor80 30 January 2014 08: 56
    +21
    Apparently, everything has long been in Yanukovych’s money in the West, so he constantly looks back and cannot make the only right decision. Even with the appointment of early presidential elections and the dissolution of the government, the gangster’s Maidan must be dispersed and judged by activists. And there now, an amnesty for everyone killed, broke, set fire to police, seized government buildings.
    1. Amateur
      Amateur 31 January 2014 00: 06
      +1
      In my opinion, it is precisely noticed. As soon as the West hinted at sanctions against officials and oligarchs, power immediately broke. And they made unprecedented concessions to the putschists. It can be seen that the money in Western banks turned out to be more expensive than national interests.
  4. Krilion
    Krilion 30 January 2014 09: 00
    +19
    Well ... yanuk proved to be a completely insane leader ... he can now forget about the elections ... no one needs such a rag ...
    1. Snoop
      Snoop 30 January 2014 11: 12
      +6
      I agree, even with a forceful solution to the issue, he would most likely receive the sympathy of the population of the eastern regions of Ukraine. And here, neither be nor me. Nobody will vote for him, completely discredited himself.
    2. SRC P-15
      SRC P-15 30 January 2014 14: 29
      +4
      Quote: Krilion
      hmm ... Yanuk proved to be a completely insane leader ... he can now forget about the elections ... no one needs such a rag ..

      Yanukovych "on his own mind", today announced in the news that he fell ill with a cold and went on sick leave. They say you sort it out here for now, and I will lie down for treatment. But how, "they do not beat the lying ones!"
      1. I do not care
        I do not care 30 January 2014 18: 32
        +10
        But how is this option?
      2. housekeeper
        housekeeper 30 January 2014 23: 43
        +1
        today in the news announced that he fell ill, a cold and went on sick leave

        Our celestials have such a reflex, just a little - I am at death. We have learned from possums. laughing
    3. Genur
      Genur 30 January 2014 14: 37
      +3
      "Ukraine has always been a part of something bigger, and independence for it is life under a dropper. It seems alive - but you can't get up."
      This is from the "Heap of events in Ukraine" at http://ru-an.info/
  5. ZU-23
    ZU-23 30 January 2014 09: 06
    +20
    Old Man of his maydaunov ushatal can say in the bud laughing
    1. calocha
      calocha 30 January 2014 09: 32
      +2
      Delivered +), were born, stillborn.))
    2. Hs487
      Hs487 30 January 2014 09: 47
      +17
      Indeed, "it is better to be a dictator than gay" (c) But father
    3. Egoza
      Egoza 30 January 2014 10: 07
      +2
      Quote: ZU-23
      Old Man of his maydaunov ushatal can say in the bud

      AND DID IT RIGHT !!!! In front of these "fighters" they have already SO caved in, but this does not suit them!
      "According to Yuriy Lutsenko, people will leave the Ukrainian House, the Kiev City Administration and the barricades on Hrushevsky Street after the parliament adopts the amnesty law, holds an effective vote to return to the 2004 Constitution and form a technical government or give the opposition the right to fully form Cabinet of Ministers. According to Lutsenko, only the announcement of the date of early presidential elections will make it possible to free the House of Trade Unions and the roadway of Khreshchatyk Street. “This is how the Maidanites understand the negotiation process.
      Source: http://polemika.com.ua/news-137252.html
      Euromaidan is not going to comply with the amnesty law, authored by the people's deputy from the Party of Regions Yuri Miroshnichenko. This was stated by the commandant of the Euromaidan, people's deputy from the "Fatherland" Andrei Parubiy on the air of the 5 channel. “Only one option was possible - amnesty without any conditions, and we discussed this. These conditions (amnesty in exchange for the release of administrative buildings) are unacceptable, ”said Parubiy.
      Source: http://polemika.com.ua/news-137258.html
      1. Roman Skomorokhov
        Roman Skomorokhov 30 January 2014 11: 24
        +2
        Well, I just want to ask: "Can't you get up on the Maidan with crustaceans?"
        Search in all articles.
        Well, what kind of slug should be to bring this up?
        In our country, even Boriska would not allow this (probably).
    4. Roman A
      Roman A 30 January 2014 10: 27
      +15
      Here is such a dispersal in the Republic of Belarus of not killed unburned houses for not 2,5 months of a mess
      1. Roman Skomorokhov
        Roman Skomorokhov 30 January 2014 11: 42
        +14
        Excuse me, where is ACCELERATION here?
        Where is the teardrop?
        Water cannons?
        Rubber bullets?
        Crowds of crushed and crippled?

        I carefully examined the material, and saw a clear and correct operation to EXTRACT the crowd from the square. I watched a few "stock", but it is also clear that after they started moving in the prescribed direction, no one touched them.
        Everything is very clear and competent.
        And if someone hurt their sides ... well, it’s as if they weren’t playing under the Christmas tree, then whoever didn’t hide (or didn’t dump) - the special forces are not to blame.
        Respect for the material.
        1. Roman A
          Roman A 30 January 2014 11: 46
          +14
          Excuse me, where is ACCELERATION here?
          BERKUT (one school of the USSR) could have done the same thing, but he was humiliated, lowered below the baseboard and betrayed, but a business for half an hour
        2. Orik
          Orik 30 January 2014 12: 01
          +4
          So the action itself is only a pinnacle, no one gave a chance to pull up armed youths on the Maidan, freely finance militants, go to Western diplomats and so on.
          1. Roman A
            Roman A 30 January 2014 12: 11
            +1
            So what is the difference if they had given time for at least 3 hours, they had definitely set up a tent, and as soon as they kicked (caused material damage), riot police came out of the door to Bati’s residence
            1. Petergut
              Petergut 30 January 2014 18: 16
              +3
              Quote: Roman A
              So what is the difference if they had given time for at least 3 hours, they had definitely set up a tent, and as soon as they kicked (caused material damage), riot police came out of the door to Bati’s residence


              If I’m not mistaken in 2006, after the election of the President of the Republic of Belarus, the zmagars did put up tents on October Square in Minsk. It was just about a year after the orange riot in Ukraine.
              So what? And nothing.
              Opps ganged a couple of days, waved their flags and parted. Only a gang of youth of 200-300 remained in these tents. They drank vodka and smoked nonsense, littered unsanitary conditions. Well, residents began to complain about this crap. And after a day, two or three at night, this den was demolished by public services with the support of the police.
              So the people went to the circus to look at these clowns. He arrived just then in Minsk. Good evening, the city is on fire, people are walking, cars are driving, cafes are working, everything is as always, but here it is an awkward place. Well, yes, people in civilian clothes were noticeable, but this is understandable.

              Ps And friends of Minsk still told Hochma how they were eyewitnesses of how a woman from there almost dragged her daughter drunk home by the hair with a mat-rewind. ))))
              1. Roman A
                Roman A 30 January 2014 20: 14
                -3
                [quote = Petergut] [quote = Roman A] So what is the difference if they had given time at least 3 hours they would have definitely set up a tent and since they just kicked (caused material damage) a riot police came out of the door to Bati’s residence [/ quote ]

                If I’m not mistaken in 2006, after the election of the President of the Republic of Belarus, the zmagars did put up tents on October Square in Minsk. It was just about a year after the orange riot in Ukraine.
                So what? And nothing.
                Peter, as Belarus, Belarus, all this trouble didn’t bother me before the elections. But the elections showed the Western and Belarusian systems. Peter, you wondered why you get a SIM card. ) how do you beat and humiliated candidates
                1. When you understand this system at a critical moment you must say yes
                and it’s shining for you that you can become a public defender
                they prayed in the temple for people
                2. When you understand this system at a critical moment to persuade to discuss with doubting people or otherwise the 1991 year of option 2 so far
                1. Risk
                  Risk 31 January 2014 15: 29
                  +1
                  In Kazakhstan, about 5 years as a certificate, SIM cards are sold, probably even more. And you don’t particularly speak the language, they will notice it without talking. And there’s enough talk, but for me the situation that is now in Kazakhstan is better than to collect mannights in a hurry and run to look for a haven somewhere in Russia. And here the situation in corruption is not much different from the Ukrainian one, and a multi-vector policy will not lead to good, but still, as long as I like to live in the country in which I was born, although I consider Russia to be my motherland))
                  1. Roman A
                    Roman A 31 January 2014 17: 21
                    0
                    And I'm talking about sims (without a passport) clapping (at the call of the Internet) all this encourages people to radicalism, we need stability for about 20 years (with our liberation and not with the Iron Curtain or 37) I remember the USSR once again formed in 1945 and people started talk about a better life only in 60 years
        3. m262
          m262 30 January 2014 19: 26
          +7
          I don’t remember exactly the year, 2002 or 2003 in Minsk the opposition was preparing for a march and a rally on Freedom Square, it was in winter. While the "comrades" from the opposition marched for an hour and a half through the city to the square, all MAZs of communal services were taken to the square with SNOW from all over the city, when the opposition came to the square, it was a huge snowdrift ... The rally faded by itself, and you say gas and rubber bullets ... wink With imagination you need to approach the issue wink
          By the way, an hour after everyone dispersed, MAZs returned and removed all the snow hi
    5. Neophyte
      Neophyte 30 January 2014 12: 56
      +10
      In year N, he saw in Gomel how special forces interrupted the training of militants from the White Legion.
      Beauty! It took 15 minutes to calm down about a hundred militants. The case was in the park across the river. They all were crushed into the mud, then pairwise through the ranks of the fighters with kicks in the police cars.
      1. Roman A
        Roman A 30 January 2014 13: 58
        +4
        Maybe not a lot off topic Rally in Sevastopol
        Look at the FLAGS (not a single party), see how many people there are no Maidan; there are no brigades to protect the city;
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  6. Same lech
    Same lech 30 January 2014 09: 14
    +18
    YES, Ukrainians made a mistake by choosing YANUKOVICH as president, well, he does not correspond to this position.
    Endless attempts to extinguish gasoline with gasoline is his way of thinking as a statesman.
    In general, Ukrainians still have a lot to fill themselves with cones with THIS CLOWN.

    Lukashenko is the exact opposite - perhaps today the only candidate is holding Belarus from sliding into the Ukrainian scenario.
    But one must be prepared that the USA and EUROPE will try by all means (including special operations) to remove LUKASHENKO from power — this cannot be allowed.
    1. ZU-23
      ZU-23 30 January 2014 09: 55
      +3
      Yes, the fact is that Yanukovych will be stillborn as prime minister, I don’t think that he is more intelligent than the former prime minister Azarov. But Ukraine still needs to be reassured with Yanukovych and in the future it will be needed for any one of the party of regions, if any.
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    3. valerei
      valerei 30 January 2014 11: 12
      +13
      LYOKHA, remember, how many mistakes WE "made" when electing OUR presidents, probably at least FOUR! Let me quote from one very famous film: "And now my advice, my boy:" You will not deal with murderers, bandits and thieves, but with politicians and therefore do not believe a single word of them. " In both Ukraine and Russia, the ruling class is tightly tied to each other by the thickest rope in the world: MONEY! Therefore, Yanukovych did not take harsh measures to end the riots, so Putin and Medvedev still give (well, now almost) complete freedom to rob us all (remember about the electricity limit, in particular), about the annual lie to all of us about 6% inflation , well, etc. etc. There is no point in listing, since we are all familiar with this list. And what about these boys on the Maidan, I just feel sorry for them. They substitute their empty truncheons under the batons, not realizing that for them, personally, nothing will change. They are just exchange pawns in someone else's game. Well, maybe one of them just enjoyed the booze and that's it.
    4. svp67
      svp67 30 January 2014 13: 01
      +5
      Quote: The same LYOKHA
      YES Ukrainians made a mistake by choosing YANUKOVICH
      I don’t agree ... The trouble of Ukraine is that whatever they then or now will be elected as president - the result will be the same ... They are ruled by completely different people ... Those whom the GDP has been removed from power from us, but they couldn’t ...
    5. housekeeper
      housekeeper 30 January 2014 23: 52
      +1
      They did not vote FOR Yanukovych, they voted AGAINST Tymoshenko. Of the two varieties of g ... we were offered to choose the one that tastes better. And the campaign promises were encouraging. But as Chernomyrdin said - they wanted the best, it turned out as always.
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  8. Dormidont
    Dormidont 30 January 2014 09: 16
    +24
    All the while this orgy of fascist fellows lasted, I thought: well, well, that’s it, it’s time to show power and integrity to the authorities! To disperse this gang by holes, and to set the leaders in accordance with the current legislation for an attempted coup! No, damn it, Amnesty! Neither loyal citizens nor enemies, no one in the world will respect such power. A shame.
    1. Egoza
      Egoza 30 January 2014 10: 13
      +1
      Quote: Dormidont
      No, damn it, Amnesty! Neither loyal citizens nor enemies, no one in the world will respect such power. A shame.

      Oh! And our oppa also shouted "Shame!", But from our point of view! laughing
      The law was passed yesterday late at night.
      "The Verkhovna Rada adopted without discussion the bill No. 4021-3" On the elimination of negative consequences and the prevention of prosecution and punishment of persons regarding the events that took place during peaceful assemblies. "232 out of 226 deputies necessary for making a decision voted for the corresponding decision. It should be noted that the opposition chanted: “Shame!” Because it does not support this bill. Four bills on amnesty for participants in protests and clashes with the police were submitted to the Rada. “The bill provides, on the one hand, the release of all administrative buildings, premises of executive authorities and local self-government bodies, on the other hand - we are talking about an amnesty for people who today are either being investigated for some cases, or they have already been sanctioned, "said one of the authors of the bill, People's Deputy from the Party of Regions Yuri Miroshnichenko."
      Source: http://polemika.com.ua/news-137256.html
      XXXX
      Notice! There is not a word about the fact that those guys from law enforcement officers, who have already started cases too, fell under this amnesty !!!! I hope that lawyers will still take advantage of the loophole in the law, since it is very "round" formulated!
      1. Roman Skomorokhov
        Roman Skomorokhov 30 January 2014 11: 48
        +3
        A shame! A shame!! A shame!!!
        My gopa also screams, and also in her own way!

        It’s what a weak-willed coward you have to be in order to drain those who fought for you ... actually fought. All that remains now is to disband "Berkut" and hang on the administration of former President Yanukovych an ad like "Come in who wants, take what you want."

        Mdya ... really, Yanek is the former. even if he sits on a chair, but already ... has merged.
  9. IRKUT
    IRKUT 30 January 2014 09: 18
    +6
    Quote: Vladimir.z.
    In Minsk, Dad, in Kiev, godfather, and we .....

    And we have the Tsar of All Russia.
    1. Roman A
      Roman A 30 January 2014 10: 35
      +3
      Quote: IRKUT
      Quote: Vladimir.z.
      In Minsk, Dad, in Kiev, godfather, and we .....

      And we have the Tsar of All Russia.

      For me, a king would have been faster, but it’s ridiculous to choose between the clowns of the proteges of other kings. I don’t know more than one monarchy where the king was not respected (or the king or queen)
      1. IRKUT
        IRKUT 30 January 2014 11: 21
        +11
        So I'm in a good sense. We need a Tsar, we need a dictator. In short, an independent ruler, not a puppet, like in Ukraine. Which is ours and yours .. Just to save my ass. And I don’t see anything wrong with Putin it does not bend to anyone. And it bends its line In the interests of Russia, in spite of all the filth from America and Geyevropa.
  10. Egoza
    Egoza 30 January 2014 09: 19
    +1
    Mikhail Zhizhevsky was a member of the UNA-UNSO organization (Ukrainian National Assembly - Ukrainian National Self-Defense), where he was known by the nickname Loki. A message about his death appeared on the page of this organization on the Internet on January 22. But as his mother said -
    “He had problems in 2005. The head of the knight's club took money from someone to make medieval armor. He did not return the money and hid in Ukraine, taking Misha with him as a human shield. Misha was not to blame for anything, he then he was 17 years old. Until 2012, we knew nothing about him. In 2012, my grandson found him on the Internet. We met with him in Kiev in 2012. He told little about his life, said that he wanted to help Ukrainians, but he planned to return home and live here. He promised to return in the spring of 2014 ", - said Nina Zhiznevskaya.

    She also said that from 2005 to 2012 she tried to look for her son with the help of the Belarusian police, but they believed that Mikhail was hiding from military service. "He was not hiding from the army, he was an Orthodox Christian. He wanted to serve in the army, and then go to the Zhirovichi monastery," the woman says.
    I understand my mother, but still ... a person hid from criminal punishment, why would it be so easy to escape? And why join the UNA-UNSO? And is the version of the Belarusian police really wrong?
    But this is a particularity, and in general in the villages very many would like to see Lukashenko as our president, because he is HOST. But it’s unlikely that the Belarusians will give it to us!
    1. Same lech
      Same lech 30 January 2014 09: 33
      +4
      Mikhail Zhizhevsky-he became a ram (there is such a concept of sacrifice for slaughter, except for his mother, in fact, he is not gentle to anyone)
      1. Egoza
        Egoza 30 January 2014 10: 18
        +1
        Quote: The same LYOKHA
        except his mother, no one is sorry for him in fact)

        But what material for corrupt media and oppa! Just like that Armenian guy. It does not matter WHERE they were in essence, the main thing is that they can be presented as "sacred victims", emphasize "multinationality", then there was a "Ukrainian brother from Lvov". And no one is surprised by the fact that these people were so often filmed during their lifetime!
        1. A. Yaga
          A. Yaga 30 January 2014 15: 40
          +3
          Quote: Egoza
          And no one is surprised by the fact that it was these people who were so often shot on video during life!

          I always pushed this thought away from me. Type can not be that the rams-victims prepared for a public sacrifice. It turns out it is not for me alone that such a cynical thought occurs to me. what
    2. Marconi41
      Marconi41 31 January 2014 00: 06
      +1
      Of course they won’t give it away! Lukashenko is a business executive. We would not be his president, but the prime minister. Well, or another tandem. It would be much more interesting than with DAM! wink
      1. Risk
        Risk 31 January 2014 15: 36
        0
        I hope LADIES are forgotten forever ?! Such a misunderstanding can no longer be allowed!
  11. predator.3
    predator.3 30 January 2014 09: 21
    +5
    If it was in Minsk, then everyone would be given “Maydanut” a couple of hours to “go home,” then they would take the “remaining in the name of democracy” into a tight ring, isolate instigators and especially violent people from it, giving free rein to police special forces and his effective special means. Well, and the “analogs” of Yatsenyuk, Tyagnibok and Klitschko for trying an coup d'etat would try the prison jabbery already at the initial stage of the “protest”. Courts would be swift, sentences unlikely to be acquitted ...


    So everything would have been, but after the last presidential elections in Belarus, they wanted to arrange something like that, as they "wanted", they just got sick of it right away, and the difference between Lukashenko and Yanukovych, like between heaven and earth, is what the father equips Belarus. everything for the republic, and Yanyk started stuffing his pockets like a marauder.
  12. IRKUT
    IRKUT 30 January 2014 09: 22
    +6
    Klitschko has all his brains beaten off. And there is no boxer from him, and the politician is a rag. And he also has a head in which he EATES.
  13. Sanyht
    Sanyht 30 January 2014 09: 23
    +15
    in Egypt from a peaceful demonstration of 80 corpses ... and not a single damn Schwarzenegger with Obama with remarks on the Egyptian shit democracy? EURO -Ukraine: -CIA fascist project
    1. calocha
      calocha 30 January 2014 09: 39
      +3
      With Egypt it’s easier, but Ukraine is a tidbit! So many bucks have swelled, you need .. to justify.
      Wickedness will continue to stagger the situation ..
      1. Roman Skomorokhov
        Roman Skomorokhov 30 January 2014 11: 51
        0
        Well, you compared ...
        What's interesting in egypt? A few piles of old brick? But who needs them!
        1. shuhartred
          shuhartred 30 January 2014 12: 26
          0
          Quote: Banshee
          Well, you compared ...
          What's interesting in egypt? A few piles of old brick? But who needs them!

          But what about the Suez Canal, or is nobody already needed?
  14. askort154
    askort154 30 January 2014 09: 24
    +10
    The Anglo-Saxons understand that their positions on the world arena are being deflated. In economic terms, they are pressed by China, which is not yet very involved in politics. In political terms, Russia is reappearing, which is not going to follow their lead, but builds its own vision in international relations. with an emphasis on existing international obligations. To put Russia in its "place", the Anglo-Saxons will go
    to the end, organizing a "ring of fire" around it, kindling the fires of "democracy" in the former republics of the USSR. The Cold War did not disappear, but changed and warmed up. While the Anglo-Saxons rule,
    there will be no peace on earth.
    1. Vladimir.z.
      Vladimir.z. 30 January 2014 10: 21
      +5
      The defense in politics is like death ... the Anglo-Saxons in foggy Albion and the United States need to make bonfires so that they rush in their territory and do not climb ours hi
      1. Roman Skomorokhov
        Roman Skomorokhov 30 January 2014 11: 53
        +1
        Quote: askort154
        In economic terms, China is pushing them, which so far does not go into politics much


        It is yet. Still to come. And, thank God, China has plenty to do. But now they’re scribbling aircraft carriers, stamping planes - I’ll be a bastard, there will be another mess in the east.

        By the way, in addition to Japan, China also has a lot of things in our Far East that they are buried in.
  15. muhomor
    muhomor 30 January 2014 09: 32
    +7
    The West clearly showed Yanukovych who they were holding him for. Before Vilnius, he was a legitimate and democratic president. But as soon as the geyropeytsy wanted to spit on and spit on sovereignty. In the open, with the personal participation of state. officials supported anti-government protests.
  16. Owl
    Owl 30 January 2014 09: 34
    +5
    Russia needs to adopt the experience of Belarus in preventing prolonged "protest actions" and it is necessary to adopt a legislative framework protecting law enforcement officers performing their official duties, a base that will not allow "protesters" to break temporary barriers, throw heavy objects, throw poisonous, incendiary and explosive substances for blocking line and be at authorized mass events with traumatic, hunting, short-barreled firearms.
    1. washi
      washi 30 January 2014 10: 51
      0
      quote
      Quote: Eagle Owl
      Russia needs to adopt the experience of Belarus in preventing prolonged "protest actions" and it is necessary to adopt a legislative framework protecting law enforcement officers performing their official duties, a base that will not allow "protesters" to break temporary barriers, throw heavy objects, throw poisonous, incendiary and explosive substances for blocking line and be at authorized mass events with traumatic, hunting, short-barreled firearms.

      Already. You need to know the laws.
      And there are laws on the outskirts, but they don’t comply
    2. svp67
      svp67 30 January 2014 13: 32
      +6
      Quote: Eagle Owl
      Russia should adopt the experience of Belarus in preventing prolonged "protest actions"
      Well, why what, but we have enough such experience ... Experience needs to be adopted in another way - it’s harder to ask officials, capitalists and enterprise managers
  17. Grenz
    Grenz 30 January 2014 09: 36
    +10
    Is it Yanukovych’s business?
    Events on (according to Gogol) Ukraine logically fit into "alarming series" countries included in the US controlled chaos program. Ukraine has long been prepared for these events. Under Yushchenko, it was not necessary to do this (their protege), all the more so, with all the "Goldomors", monuments to Bandera and Shukhevych, the eradication of everything related to Russia, the participation of the army in the NATO games, the SBU in contacts with the CIA - he actually prepared today's events.
    Yanukovych was simply given the opportunity to replenish his wallet and put on a hook. You won’t get off it - money in a safe place and under the supervision of the Regional Committee. And an alternate aerodrome under the guardianship of the marines. If you want to, you don’t want to, but Yanuk is overlaid with flags.
    And we have long known the "alarming series": Serbia, Iraq, Libya, Syria, the CIS countries. Now Ukraine. Further - again the CIS countries, Iran, the Caucasus and all of Russia.
    Only apparently the "rulers of the world" will soon choke. Not everyone is already so calmly endured Amerikos' cave stupidity in governing the world.
    PS By the way, Obama again wanted to the Olympics. Or did we also make him some kind of cook?
  18. Vladimir65
    Vladimir65 30 January 2014 09: 37
    +6
    An article-action program against the Maidan for any honest and decisive politician. All four hamsters and traitors of the Ukrainian people do not count. Lukashenko could.
  19. GRusl
    GRusl 30 January 2014 09: 45
    +7
    You give father in the presidency of all Russia! %)
    1. RBLip
      RBLip 30 January 2014 10: 10
      +17
      Quote: GRusl
      You give father in the presidency of all Russia! %)

      laughter - laughter, but I think there would be elections in a united state, and if there were a choice between Old Man and Mr. Putin, I would vote for Lukashenko. and I'm sure I’m far from alone ...
      1. Genur
        Genur 30 January 2014 14: 00
        +2
        For - 10 ...
        Against -1 ...
        Is he talking about something?
    2. Peter 1
      Peter 1 30 January 2014 11: 46
      +1
      I confirm
    3. SRC P-15
      SRC P-15 30 January 2014 15: 45
      +1
      Quote: GRusl
      You give father in the presidency of all Russia! %

      People, who do you bet on? Look, he wrote Old Man with a capital letter the whole word, and Russia with a small one! So only a Russophobe can write, and you support him? Your country is humiliated, and you clap your hands, come to your senses! To those who put a minus to this “writer”, my big bow, sorry I don’t know your nicknames, I would give everyone a plus.Batka may be a fine fellow, but so far Belarusians are coming to work with us, and not vice versa, what does that say?
      1. Yegorchik
        Yegorchik 30 January 2014 18: 52
        +1
        [quote = СРЦ П-15] [quote = GRusl] Old Man may be well done, but so far Belarusians are going to work with us, and not vice versa, does that say something? [/ quote]
        Maybe because Belarus does not have huge reserves of oil and gas? Or do you just troll the master, but think not with a Bosko?
        1. SRC P-15
          SRC P-15 30 January 2014 19: 59
          +1
          Quote: Egorchik
          Maybe because Belarus does not have huge reserves of oil and gas? Or do you just troll the master, but think not with a Bosko?

          First of all, comrade Yegorchik, you and I did not drink to the Brudershaft, so please be kind to you. And secondly, what do you want to say that your workers go to Russia to extract oil and gas, because their huge reserves are here? But what about those on construction sites and livestock? Or do you think our country is rich in oil and gas only? Do you sell oil to you at a low price, and you resell it at a higher price under the guise of solvents? Putin did the right thing by putting his tail on Luka, otherwise he would have gone on our oil. People are going to work where they pay more, and no one is to blame that you have low wages, all claims against Lukashenko. And I'm not sure that if he were our president, we would live richer. All Lukashenko’s achievements, thanks to the help of Russia. You’ll start buying oil and gas at a world price, fly into the pipe. So you don’t need to, you still need to see which of us troll. Hi Belarus, I served there for two years in Kobrin.
          1. Yegorchik
            Yegorchik 30 January 2014 23: 41
            0
            I’m not a citizen of Belarus, it’s just that my relatives live there once, the difference between the raw materials economy of Russia and the economy that lives off the real sector is, as they say, two big borders. Living at the expense of my work is much harder than eating the treasure found in the garden. Russia to live richer, come Lukashenko to power, but if Putin is replaced by Lukashenko, then the economy of Belarus will bend very quickly.
            1. SRC P-15
              SRC P-15 31 January 2014 10: 07
              +1
              Quote: Egorchik
              if Putin is put in place of Lukashenko, then the economy of Belarus will bend very quickly.

              If Putin were put in place of Lukashenko, then Belarus would already be part of Russia. And we would live as one strong family. (This is my desire). And I for your information, Belarus love, two years of service spent there, I always remember with warmth.
              1. Risk
                Risk 31 January 2014 15: 44
                +3
                Therefore, the tandem of Putin, Lukashenko would be a salvation for Russia, as a small, white and just Russia. One is responsible for the real sector, the other for foreign policy. It would be a revived empire, no less, and perhaps more. And such people are born, much less come to power very, very rarely, and it is unfortunate that time is running out ....
                1. SRC P-15
                  SRC P-15 31 January 2014 20: 27
                  +3
                  I completely agree! You +
          2. Legate
            Legate 31 January 2014 01: 59
            +3
            Buy Russia gas and oil at a world price, too, would have flown into the pipe. The price of gas and oil for Belarus has never been cheaper than that for consumers within Russia itself. Today, in the realities of the CU, the price of oil for Belarus is defined as the price of production + transportation cost (there are no surcharges or margins to the budget of the Russian Federation, but the volume of supplies is strictly regulated), and it is also necessary to go to Moscow once a quarter, to arrange that these energy resources be sold . Therefore, having all this time (since 1991) constantly increasing world prices for oil and gas (at an approximately constant cost of their production domestically, because they started to develop new large fields not so long ago - this is the construction of infrastructure: railways, bulk ports and sea terminals, gas pipelines) it was already possible to at least bring the roads into proper shape; instead, there is an avalanche-like increase in dollar millionaires, an increase in housing and communal services prices, and this is in a country with one of the largest volumes of oil and gas deposits.
            Indeed, Russia is rich not only in oil and gas, metals, coal, timber are exported - it’s bad that raw materials are exported almost exclusively, and not a finished product with high added value, and food, on the contrary, is imported ... is also nonsense. A bunch of examples of countries importing energy and having much higher GDP, the same China, which has risen in 20 years! In Belarus, there are no energy resources, well, except for wood and peat in the swamps, but this is not enough for residents and industry, for Belarus to live like Russia is certain death! No resources! Not at all! Now it’s even prohibited by law to drive bare wood (round timber) for export, only recycled material, otherwise nothing.
            Yes, now Russia supports Belarus, including low prices for raw materials, and loans (not cheap, nobody is in a hurry to write off our debts, we are not Cuba, and it’s stupid to think that Belarus is robbing Russia here). I just think that at one time the West was so much occupied with the collapse of Russia that the collapse of Belarus was pushed back / forgotten / lost, but now the time has passed ... But it’s stupid for us to argue about who has what and how much, and it’s better to solve common problems together, because you can only come out of that abyss of 1991 together.
            1. SRC P-15
              SRC P-15 31 January 2014 10: 13
              +1
              Quote: Legate
              . But it’s stupid for us to argue about who has how much and who has it, but it’s better to solve common problems together, because you can only come out of that abyss of 1991 together.

              100+! I am completely for it! And no matter how they blasphemed me here, I, unlike them, believe that we will be together as before.
          3. Current 72
            Current 72 31 January 2014 02: 59
            0
            SRC P-15! I think that calling YOU to YOU ​​makes no sense, YOU are too slippery. For me, YOU are more respectful than YOU. Why think for yourself!
            1. SRC P-15
              SRC P-15 31 January 2014 10: 02
              +2
              Quote: Current 72
              SRC P-15! I think that calling YOU to YOU ​​makes no sense, YOU are too slippery. For me, YOU are more respectful than YOU. Why think for yourself!

              Do you want to, please! I want you to know, I have lived all my life in the countryside. And we don’t respect Vykat, on the contrary, when you want to offend a person, they call him on you. Respectfully people turn to you. But to a stranger , even in the village, you always say. And your pearls say that you are not a well-educated person, or poorly educated. Here everyone defends his point of view, and be kind to respect the opinion of the other person. I do not like my truth, provide yours, but insulting a person does not require much intelligence.
      2. m262
        m262 30 January 2014 20: 00
        +3
        Two of my acquaintances are going to the construction site, one master to the factory near St. Petersburg, doctors in Smolensk work Belarusians, how do you like gas workers? What is this talking about? Probably that in Russia there are not enough doctors and engineers, everyone went to menager ...
  20. Strezhevchanin
    Strezhevchanin 30 January 2014 09: 53
    +12
    But what if “father” worked in Kiev today? .... yes, it’s actually predictable, Tymoshenko’s camera would have to be expanded fellow laughing
    1. papik09
      papik09 6 February 2014 05: 04
      0
      Correctly said - "expand" so that all the spiders and spiders sit in one jar drinks
  21. RBLip
    RBLip 30 January 2014 09: 57
    +9
    Old Man - well done. Long life, health and strength to him more.
  22. morpogr
    morpogr 30 January 2014 10: 06
    +22
    Urgently on a mission to But father in Ukraine until the full reunification of the fraternal republics.
  23. Dart weyder
    Dart weyder 30 January 2014 10: 18
    +7
    well what can I say!? - the article is not in the eyebrow, - but in the eye !!!!!!!!!!!!!! +++++++++++++++++++
  24. Berimor 2
    Berimor 2 30 January 2014 10: 32
    +8
    Old Man is the only post-Soviet leader who cares about the welfare of the entire population of his state, and not a handful of the chosen ones. Therefore, he will be provided with support in the event of such performances in Belarus. And Yanukovych's stake on members of the "family" makes him maneuver and take care of the interests of the state in the last place.
  25. vvp2412
    vvp2412 30 January 2014 10: 40
    0
    There’s nothing to add!
  26. Sergey Medvedev
    Sergey Medvedev 30 January 2014 11: 09
    0
    I am also for choosing Lukashenko as the president of the united Russia. Then the Maidan will not be not only in Kiev, but also in Syria and in other places.
  27. misham
    misham 30 January 2014 11: 11
    +15
    DEAR AUTHOR
    Said A, speak and B, quote BATCH literally

    “A beautiful country with beautiful people, and this mess with the so-called market, where the clans divided the country, is what this leads to. As soon as the children of the president begin to do business - wait for trouble. As soon as wives and lovers have crowns on their heads, wait for trouble ”
    The driving force of the Maidan is not Geyrop, the State Department and the Nazis from the "Right Sector".
    CORRUPTION AND ENDURANCE. Everywhere we need bribe ties. All that was needed was a spark so that the people would rise
    The common fund in each district police department, in each district executive committee, court, in every market, each minibus pays .....
    We have an institute of "LOOKERS" in each region, which imposed a tribute on all cash flows. All the loot goes upstairs, and then it is legalized in the assets of the "Family".
    An unknown dentist - the president’s son has earned billions in a couple of years, and not only he but his friends.
    The reason for the Maidan - OUTLOAD
    1. Current 72
      Current 72 31 January 2014 03: 07
      0
      Michael! So you yourself are to blame. And now shout outrage! And the Maidan people are not screaming about lawlessness, but are simply eager for power.
    2. to tutu
      to tutu 31 January 2014 22: 12
      0
      I totally agree with you. 3 years Janek was just filling his pockets. environment too: the Azarov family - the printing business in Austria, my son has a house there. The Minister of the Ministry of Internal Affairs - the family owns assets for dozens of lemons, including the gold deposit in Transcarpathia, the minister, in my opinion, industrial policy Stavitsky was overgrown with gas stations. their own with a double overpayment. and grandmothers have long been in Europe, there are children. The dirty work for the Interior Ministry is done by bandits under the guise of cops. Jurisprudence is dead - the function of the lawyer is to carry the loot to the judge. And where is the promised at the elections "I will hear everyone", "reduced vzhe syogodni". So they have a lot to lose. And once it would have exploded anyway, even despite attempts to turn everything into a disco
  28. IRKUT
    IRKUT 30 January 2014 11: 26
    +3
    Yes, sorry for the brothers Slavs ((
  29. sinukvl
    sinukvl 30 January 2014 12: 05
    +13
    If, instead of Yanukovych, there was Lukashenko in Ukraine, then all this mess that was going on in Kiev would not have happened in the bud would crush this nationalist-liberal nits. The Hutsuls would now be sitting and not buzzing, and their leaders in the forefront would praise the Old Man and reproach Bender (at least they would tell the whole truth about Bender). And they would do it voluntarily with compassion in their eyes.
  30. kind
    kind 30 January 2014 12: 09
    +2
    Back in the early 90s, the Ukrainian opposition was shouting: "We'd better be hungry, but free." Since then, nothing has changed.
    1. ekzorsist
      ekzorsist 30 January 2014 18: 25
      +3
      Quote: Good
      Back in the early 90s, the Ukrainian opposition was shouting: "We'd better be hungry, but free." Since then, nothing has changed.

      ... And that from the 90s did not rest ??? repeat ... IT'S A PITY !!!
  31. AlexA
    AlexA 30 January 2014 12: 13
    +7
    Quote: misham
    The reason for the Maidan - OUTLOAD

    Mr. Misham, you are distorting. The reason you called is perhaps true. They could even be understood if they tried to beat the same Janek, or some other corrupt official. Only by breaking glasses in ministries, setting fires to tires and police officers, corruption will NOT REDUCE FOR A MILLIMETER.
    And this mess on your Maidan is just the rampant uterine malice of the poorest Ukrainian "citizens". Any people have such. And these can only be dispersed. And do not try to justify this by any, even objective, reasons.
    1. misham
      misham 30 January 2014 12: 53
      +1
      It’s hard to get to Janek. He settled in Mezhyhirya is 25km from Kiev. With a triple ring of protection. He is protected even by air defense. ZU-23 and radar. Maybe there are howitzers in his yard there, who knows.

      Glass, hit and tires set fire to this is the output of accumulated negativity. Yanek is to blame three times in this whole situation.
      He is afraid to give slack, this is in his yard concepts not in a boyish way. One could make concessions, show flexibility and wisdom as KUCHMA, there wouldn’t be anything of this.
      1. andranick
        andranick 30 January 2014 14: 04
        +4
        Quote: misham
        Glass, hit and tires set fire to this is the output of accumulated negativity.
        Say more "PEACE".
        It would be better if the maydaunas fought against the wall, the negative would be knocked out. Whoever didn’t get out - with a baton on the ridge and into the toilet - to deduce the negative. They also found the lamb of the innocent. Why the hell for the sake of the negativity of some bunch of fools should be oppressed in the freedoms of the rest of the inhabitants (of Kiev in particular)?
        What has the center of one of the most beautiful cities in the world turned into?
        And with all my disrespect for Yanukovych, it was not he who forced to break glass, set fire to, attack, seize, etc., for he would not have obeyed - how can one obey the person you are against.
        And the goal of the maydanutyh is not just to throw out the negative, and not so much Yanyk, but to generate a negative response through this outburst, and then - as in a chain reaction with the resulting split in society. What we actually observe, the society is already broken. The restraining factor at the moment is the steadfastness and courage of the BB and Berkut fighters, they take on all this "negativity" and do not allow the reaction to develop. For which they are watered with "rays of diarrhea".
      2. Slavon76
        Slavon76 31 January 2014 03: 44
        0
        Quote: misham
        He is afraid to give slack
        what
        Who! Yanuk? !!! In order to give slack, you need to have at least some sort of character. This is not observed in the patient.

        Quote: misham
        none of this would have happened.

        This would not have happened if the patient acted in accordance with the Constitution. In what other country in the world are police officers set on fire and killed while the government is watching indifferently?
  32. moremansf
    moremansf 30 January 2014 12: 35
    +7
    Well done, Old Man, managed to keep the country from a mess ... and the fact that they are not allowed to go to America, I think he is not very upset !!!
  33. Stahlegewitter
    Stahlegewitter 30 January 2014 12: 38
    +5
    Get ready, within a few years, the regions of Russia will be shaken. With much more power than before.
  34. tasey
    tasey 30 January 2014 12: 52
    +2
    It's hard to read, it's hard to look at all this chaos ... Metastases are spreading. Well, if "surgery" is not needed ...
  35. demotivator
    demotivator 30 January 2014 13: 05
    +3
    If it was in Minsk, then everyone would be given “Maydanut” a couple of hours to “go home,” then they would take the “remaining in the name of democracy” into a tight ring, isolate instigators and especially violent people from it, giving free rein to police special forces and his effective special means. Well, and the “analogs” of Yatsenyuk, Tyagnibok and Klitschko for trying an coup d'etat would try the prison jabbery already at the initial stage of the “protest”.

    Dad does just that, despite the cries of liberals paid for by the United States about "human rights" and other subtle matters. Broke the law - get a term. That's the whole secret.
  36. Balalaikin
    Balalaikin 30 January 2014 13: 20
    +7
    Daddy fellow! Putin is worse than Father - I don't think so. The whole power of the father lies in the fact that he did not let the country "fall apart" immediately after the collapse of the USSR, ministers, judges, police, prosecutors did not learn to take bribes, ministers and deputies did not buy their seats, so many family clans-oligarchs did not arise, the government did not withdraws his money abroad, etc. That is why Old Man controls everything, and all of a sudden he puts things in order ... In Russia under Yeltsin, this "tumor" arose, and therefore it is much more difficult for BB to put things in order ... no BB, everyone steals around, everyone buys and betrays everything, that is, a mess, that's why we have what we have
    revolution in Ukraine is done for money, and those who are "without brains" ...
    http://varjag-2007.livejournal.com/5599918.html
    http://rusinform.net/pravyj-sektor-informaciya-ob-organizacii-ot-soyuza-oficerov
    -specpodrazdelenij-ukrainy /
    http://politikus.ru/events/11669-za-shturm-sumskoy-obladministracii-platili-po-1
    500-grn.html

    output: "hit the shepherd and the sheep will flee»
    to deprive the Maidan of funding, to put opposition leaders in the lead, and all this rabble will scatter itself, it will be unnecessary to do anything, but Yanyk does not ...
  37. valokordin
    valokordin 30 January 2014 14: 03
    +4
    The reason why Alexander Grigoryevich acts this way is understandable. This man is not a thief, not a corruptioner, the people are for him and he is not afraid. Why Yepnukovych acts this way, it’s also clear, the stigma in the cannon, the little bucks are full of holes in his pocket, so he is terribly afraid for his capital. He thinks to please everyone. He will not take a tough pro-Russian position, he will remain without power and without money. Mandanut will not forgive him. If the motive of Alexander Grigoryevich is honest service to his people, then other figures are afraid for their acquired overwork.
    1. Egoza
      Egoza 30 January 2014 14: 37
      0
      Quote: valokordin
      This man is not a thief, not a corruptioner, for him the people are not afraid of him

      That's why they can tell Yanukovych ...
      "As the spokesman for the US State Department Jennifer Psaki said at a briefing, America welcomed the cancellation of Ukraine's" most anti-democratic laws "by the Rada. It put forward criteria that, according to the United States, the new Ukrainian government should meet."We demanded that the Ukrainian authorities and the opposition ensure that the new Ukrainian government was able to promote political unity, recovery with the support of the IMF of the economy and meet the aspirations of the people for the European future, "- said Psaki at a briefing in the department."
      Source: http://polemika.com.ua/news-137265.html
      But no one can say such a thing to Lukashenko! GOOD HE HE !!!!
    2. Wurger
      Wurger 30 January 2014 17: 24
      -19%
      All Belarus works for Lukashenko. According to rumors, his personal fortune for 20 billion dollars. Of course, compared with the growth / Ukrainian. thieves are far from him, but he has stolen so much for the collective farm.
      1. Volodin
        30 January 2014 17: 50
        +4
        "According to rumors," Putin is the owner of the solar system ...
      2. santush
        santush 30 January 2014 22: 32
        +7
        Yes, let him have at least 50 billion! The country Belarus is not a pro-Western litter, as Ukraine is now! But father does not bend before our enemies: the EU and the USA! He is in good health !!!
      3. GorynychZmey78
        GorynychZmey78 30 January 2014 23: 03
        +5
        Quote: Wurger
        All Belarus works for Lukashenko. According to rumors, his personal fortune for 20 billion dollars. Of course, compared with the growth / Ukrainian. thieves are far from him, but he has stolen so much for the collective farm.


        where do you get such information from? laughing

        and then I really don’t care how much money he has, yes even if he has all the money of the Americans, I personally will only be glad wink ! for a good person yes
      4. housekeeper
        housekeeper 31 January 2014 00: 07
        +2
        According to rumors, his personal fortune for 20 billion dollars

        If it were so in fact, then supporting documents would have been pulled out into the open world for a long time and trumpeted to the whole world.
      5. Current 72
        Current 72 31 January 2014 03: 21
        +1
        Sergey, that you counted too little, 20 billion bucks. He has 9 million Belarusians, and each Belarus has at least 10 million on the card, multiply and see what wealth the Old Man has, he is the richest man in the WORLD.
        1. Wurger
          Wurger 31 January 2014 10: 21
          -4
          Of the 9,5 million Belarusians, only 2.5 are working people. 1,5 million fled the country. And where does everyone get 10 million on the card? Our people do not keep money on cards in bulk.
          1. valokordin
            valokordin 31 January 2014 13: 38
            +2
            Quote: Wurger
            Of the 9,5 million Belarusians, only 2.5 are working people. 1,5 million fled the country. And where does everyone get 10 million on the card? Our people do not keep money on cards in bulk.

            You bastard, swamp pimple, yap gosdepovskaya. Here are those who served the Nazis
          2. Kunar
            Kunar 5 February 2014 04: 27
            0
            Link f studio .... Where did the data come from?
  38. USNik
    USNik 30 January 2014 14: 24
    0
    Quote: misham
    Glass, hit and tires set fire to this is the output of accumulated negativity. Yanek is to blame three times in this whole situation.

    The VFYA is not to blame three times, there are a huge number of punctures behind him, the main of which are the complete dependence on the oligarchs, the weakness shown in the elections when he shamefully "merged" under the pressure of the Orangemen and the State Department, and of course the absence of eggs, which he actually said Lukashenka ...
  39. vedmeddd
    vedmeddd 30 January 2014 14: 25
    +1
    Well, I do not! I don’t want a civil war as a sane person! Therefore, let Lukashenko and Putin stay with us for longer, no matter how I regard GDP! And in Belarus such a Maidan will not exist at all, because there are no oligarchs there!
  40. tank64rus
    tank64rus 30 January 2014 15: 00
    +1
    The Führer (Obama) orders we (maydanutye) carry out. There would be no support and direct leadership of the West would not be all of this. The people would have removed the thieving Yanek in the elections, and who would have come depended on the elections.
  41. 020205
    020205 30 January 2014 16: 06
    +3
    I think Lukashenko or Putin would hardly roll cotton, President Yanukovych has no loins, it’s high time all this shoblu-eb ... lu to disperse and score big and hairy to the opinion of Western partners
  42. Mestny
    Mestny 30 January 2014 16: 07
    0
    Quote: LetterKsi
    It would be better to put things in order, rather than cover up defeat with words of victory. You probably live in a different region. Definitely not in Stavropol, Moscow or Pugachev

    And where do you live? Really in the very epicenter of events?
  43. denkastro
    denkastro 30 January 2014 16: 21
    +3
    The brotherly people in the person of Ukraine should clean themselves of garbage themselves and only after that we will see whether they will take it to us or not. I think about such thoughts from our authorities. I completely agree. You won’t be nice. For example, in Marathon such Maidan won’t work. Why? The answer is known to everyone. Well, Yanukovych is good because now Putin will drive Ukraine into debt and then whoever in power would have bondage has bondage. Imho.
  44. mike_z
    mike_z 30 January 2014 16: 30
    +4
    We all have approximately the same attitude, although opinions differ sometimes. What would happen if the president of Ukraine was Lukashenko? Well, of course he wouldn’t allow such a mess, that’s clear. What if Russia? I wonder what is the rating of the Old Man in Russia? Imagine that he put forward his candidacy, becoming Putin's rivals, and the elections in a month. What are the odds? I’ll say for myself - I would vote for Lukashenko. Yes, it’s not a very modern leader, but I somehow prefer the good roads and well-groomed cities, clean and prolific villages.
  45. delfinN
    delfinN 30 January 2014 16: 59
    +4
    Quote: mike_z
    Yes, it’s not a very modern leader, but I somehow prefer the good roads and well-groomed cities, clean and prolific villages.

    He would be voted for by everyone who is tired of the Zionipst lawlessness on TV and in corruption issues.
  46. Boris55
    Boris55 30 January 2014 17: 16
    +3
    Unlike Yanek, Old Man has eggs and they will be cooler. He quickly reassured his positioners, did not set up the security forces, did not hide behind their backs, but took all responsibility on himself and defeated him - honor and praise for that.
  47. Wurger
    Wurger 30 January 2014 17: 20
    -5
    Quote: mike_z
    Yes, it’s not a very modern leader, but I somehow prefer the good roads and well-groomed cities, clean and prolific villages.


    Probably in the looking glass. In real Belarus, this is not so. I live here. http://news.tut.by/economics/384540.html
    1. Boris55
      Boris55 30 January 2014 18: 09
      +5
      Quote: Wurger
      ... I live here...

      By your link:
      Belkoopsoyuz is the largest trade network in Belarus, sales oriented basically domestic goods. More than 10 of thousands of stores located mainly in rural areas are visited by more than 1,2 million customers daily.

      Rejoice that you eat natural product, not ГаМнО.
    2. papik09
      papik09 6 February 2014 04: 52
      0
      Judging by the flag, yes you live in Belarus, but judging by the comment - you sent wassat
  48. Motors1991
    Motors1991 30 January 2014 17: 39
    +4
    For some reason, the author did not quote the phrase said by Alexander Grigoryevich in 2004 on the first Maidan, then Putin urgently flew to Kiev and then Lukashenko to support Yanukovych in the presidential election. So A.G. Lukashenko in the presence of Putin, Yanukovych asked Kuchma, the then president of Ukraine: “Could you find anyone here in Ukraine except this criminal? And you didn’t go to the podium. All these snots about the State Department were tired of reading. Maidan is organized and maintained by Ukrainian oligarchs. Or do you all think so, what is the American embassy carrying suitcases? Last Saturday in Kiev, an oligarchic conference was held with the participation of the richest people in Ukraine, at which a decision was made to prevent the force dispersal of the Maidan. All of Ukraine’s parties, including Freedom, Blow, Fatherland, and you all have the State Department. Putin finally realized that he was not looking there, at the border of Russia with Ukraine, Russian customs began to gut the cargo of these same oligarchs. You cannot bite the hand of the giver.
  49. vitantin
    vitantin 30 January 2014 17: 53
    +3
    Klitschko would again become the world boxing champion. only among prisoners.
    1. HAM
      HAM 30 January 2014 18: 01
      +3
      Quote: vitantin
      Klitschko would again become the world boxing champion. only among prisoners.


      it is unlikely, after those photos with kind in nature rather champion.
    2. polkovnik manuch
      polkovnik manuch 30 January 2014 20: 27
      -1
      Or a passive homosexual.
  50. voliador
    voliador 30 January 2014 18: 04
    +2
    Yes, Yanukovych has already guessed in full. And what he will do now is not at all clear. And I doubt that he will have the courage to crush all this maydanuyu reptile.