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Russia strengthens the immune system?

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The geopolitical, economic and humanitarian catastrophe associated with the collapse of the Soviet Union led to the power Olympias of new people who had to bow to the actual scriptwriters and sponsors of destructive tectonics. To bow out at least for the reason that without such third-party sponsorship, thoroughly mixed with the internal political "semolina", they could hardly ever get access to the captain's bridge. True, the overwhelming majority of the “new political elites” in the bowing process were hardly aware that their presence on the aforementioned captain’s bridge did not solve much, as the steering wheel was locked in one position - in the one that was most beneficial to “friends of new Russia ". The direction of the movement is “reefs”: internal discord (including on the basis of national and religious issues), permanent armed conflicts, economic insolvency, oligarchic struggle, neglect of cultural values, complete, let's say, the persecution of socially oriented policies, much more from that the same opera.


The fruits of this movement with the steering wheel locked by the “friends of Russia” and the course adopted by the representatives of certain political forces with great enthusiasm continue to “pour juice” today. And in this connection, the desire of all the same political forces to continue, no matter what, to focus exclusively on the Western model, if one may say, develop, cherish and cherish the dream that dollar savings will always be a guarantee of the Russian stability, ”while Western“ values ​​”will allow Russia to move to a“ right ”attitude to reality and to itself.

However, the further Russia moves away from the collapse of the USSR, the greater the number of people beginning to realize that the exclusivity of the pro-Western vector of further movement is not a panacea at all. Not a panacea - neither economic, nor, especially, a humanitarian one. The understanding of this has come to the Russian authorities, but the trouble is that not all of them. It is interesting that even today people who piously believe in the inviolability and correctness of the course of movement “proposed” by the West at the end of 80's - the beginning of 90's continue to remain in power; They firmly believe that no one can deviate from this course. You can not deviate, even if Russia almost ripped its belly "reefs" of the actual civil war in the Caucasus and the privatization of the nineties, almost disappeared from the financial map of the world in 98-m ...

Is there today an alternative to the way in which Russia was led from the end of 80-s - from the moment when our country was still part of another state, and from the moment when irreversible processes started? There is always an alternative, and today this alternative, perhaps more than ever, is perfectly visible. Alternatively, without losing sight of perturbations in the West, focus on the Asia-Pacific region (APR), use the experience of these most dynamically developing world territories today, and rely on the support of those states of the region that have recently expressed on most economic and political issues with Russia solidary position. The consolidation of all those forces in the post-Soviet space that do not aim their activities at the disengagement, do not base their policies on outright Russophobia, do not implement someone’s ideas of controlled or uncontrollable regional chaos should be a significant component of such a policy. Forces in the expanses of the former USSR, aimed at a truly fruitful cooperation, enough.

Russia strengthens the immune system?


In this case, one important aspect must be taken into account: the more actively Russia leaves the influence of the West (the US and the EU, naturally), the more actively those who are not interested in the possibility of an independent Russian (Russian - Russian) will try to bring it back. in the broadest sense of the word) choice. Attempts to prevent integration processes within the framework of the Customs Union (platform for the future of the Eurasian Union), attempts to put a barrier in the way of a mutually beneficial partnership between Russia and, for example, China are being made more and more actively. Building an economic union of Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus (with the possibility of other states joining it), Washington and Brussels, using, among other things, the Russian “mouthpiece” in the form of controlled NPOs (which, admittedly, have recently clicked well on the nose) , they are persistently trying to present as the “Putin” desire to recreate the Soviet Union. And the term “Soviet Union” among the masters with a “mouthpiece”, it is clear for what reasons, gives rise to extremely painful reactions: “violation of human rights” - skin itch, “restriction of freedom of speech” - tremor of both hands, “Gulag” - twitching of the left eye , "Kuz'kina mother" - up to loss of consciousness ...

For obvious reasons, these — which “with the mouthpiece of hyper-liberalism” —will not recall the developed industry, scientific achievements, social guarantees, accessibility and quality of education, big victories (both on the fronts and in the humanitarian industries) of the state’s existence on the world map which by the very fact of its existence made "someone who" nervously hiccup. For them, Russia is in alliance or a progressively developing conglomerate (voluntary and informed) with other states (be it Kazakhstan, Belarus, Armenia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan or China, Vietnam, India) - this is a priori irritant. Their task is to pour in more fecal matter through the window “cut into Europe” through the window itself - but nothing that they themselves are drowned in, but they do the assigned tasks.

They are furious that the voice is squeakier, less and less noticeable; They are furious that Russia’s opinion in the international arena has to be considered. One of these gentlemen warms up - they still have “their own people” in the Russian ranks. And if there are such people, then you still have to be a dollar jug ​​of “security”, to be serving oligarchic interests in the economic policy of Russia, to clarify interethnic and interfaith relations, or try to imagine what is going on like this. This virus is still sitting in the Russian body, but after a complete cure (and I want to believe that it will take place), amazingly strong immunity will come.
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  1. Same lech
    Same lech 15 February 2014 06: 39
    +90
    It’s quite obvious to me that those of our leaders, both public and state, who have invested their money in WESTERN BANKS or property in those parts, are on the hook of the special services of the WEST and when it is necessary to get something from him from the renegade, either the accounts are blocked or the property is seized or do what they say to you.
    1. Civil
      Civil 15 February 2014 07: 16
      -95%
      That is, Asian authoritarianism is closer to us? Is our Eastern dictator father everything? Under the anti-gay sauce we hang noodles about the fact that people do not need to manage the state and wealth of the country? Uzbekistan is an ideal of the state.
      1. mirag2
        mirag2 15 February 2014 07: 35
        +49
        People of power, people with the ability to influence the power, finances of the country, must be a priori patriotic, and not dependent!
        And no other way!
        1. sledgehammer102
          sledgehammer102 15 February 2014 08: 57
          +5
          Quote: The same LYOKHA
          OR ACCOUNTS BLOCK or property is seized or do what you are told.


          Fortunately, these are becoming less and less. More precisely, they are likely to increase in quantity, but their importance is poor.
          And the latest trend towards the nationalization of everyone and everything inspires cautious optimism.

          Quote: Civil
          We hang noodles about the fact that people do not need to manage the state and wealth of the country?

          How will the people rule over it? In any case, there will be a government that will be dissatisfied with a certain part of society. And if by “control” you mean by “control” the principle "sell / take away and divide" - even though he is sweet to his ears, he is absolutely incorrect in reality.
          1. baltika-18
            baltika-18 15 February 2014 10: 27
            +11
            Quote: sledgehammer102
            And the latest trend towards the nationalization of everyone and everything inspires cautious optimism

            Light up in more detail. Honestly, I haven’t heard something about it. Quite the contrary.
          2. sinandju
            sinandju 15 February 2014 11: 24
            +20
            sledgehammer102 (1) SU Today, 08:57 ↑ New
            Quote: The same Lech
            OR ACCOUNTS BLOCK or property is seized or do what you are told.

            Fortunately, these are becoming less and less. More precisely, they are likely to increase in quantity, but their importance is poor.
            And the latest trend towards the nationalization of everyone and everything inspires cautious optimism.

            You are like little children. Almost all ministers have accounts abroad and some of them have billions. Not to mention deputies and simply officials of a lower rank.

            Quote: Civil
            We hang noodles about the fact that people do not need to manage the state and wealth of the country?
            How will the people rule over it? In any case, there will be a government that will be dissatisfied with a certain part of society. And if by “managing” you understand the principle of “sell / take away and divide” by “control” - then although it is dear to the ears, it is absolutely wrong in reality.

            Manage the state to the people? Yes, it’s very simple - they demand their own benefit and are not afraid that they will write you down as extremists. When Russians are killed by people of other nationalities in Russian cities and they are not caught or caught and released; when ministers want to allow planting of GMOs, which many have already refused, proving that it is harmful in the majority. and besides, planting material is available only in America, but we don’t have it, and therefore we would again be dependent on the Americans; when officials’s apparatus is doubled compared to the USSR, although the country has almost halved, it’s the same in terms of population, and they primarily increase their salaries, to their people, for the most part, when Chubais, who has collapsed all that you can continue to lead a state-owned company, from which you can’t see the results, except for eating money, when even the president doesn’t say a word for Russians (you can’t expect him to say the word “Russian” in his speeches), when they don’t see the problems that arise at the top among the Russian population, even in Russian cities, there is a dominance of ethnic criminals, corrupt officials, etc. etc. You can continue ... And if the people keep silent all the time, we will go far with such officials.
            1. Deniska999
              Deniska999 15 February 2014 12: 42
              +13
              As much as we, true patriots did not want to do this, we won’t be able to change for the better in the near future, too much influence will be exerted from outside on Russia, globalization and integration into the world economy and finances is the greatest evil, the fruits of which we still have to reap.
              1. real
                real 16 February 2014 03: 50
                0
                That's for sure. So it is.
              2. afdjhbn67
                afdjhbn67 16 February 2014 05: 38
                +2
                the world has already entered into a redistribution the question is, we only have time to at least modernize the army a little longer, it will not be long in the foreseeable decade and it will not be a mythical asteroid at all, and then, as always, purification will take place with fire and sword
            2. stalkerwalker
              stalkerwalker 15 February 2014 13: 33
              +5
              Quote: sinandju
              Manage the state to the people? Yes, it’s very simple - they demand their own benefit and are not afraid that they will write you down as extremists.

              This is a slogan with Maidan?
              1. stalkerwalker
                stalkerwalker 15 February 2014 14: 00
                +1
                Quote: stalkerwalker
                This is a slogan with Maidan?

                On the go minus received laughing
                I suspect that from adherents of dashing cavalry attacks, a wave of a cry on the Internet with a cry
                Quote: sinandju
                Yes very simple

                laughing
          3. Tersky
            Tersky 15 February 2014 13: 01
            +8
            Quote: sledgehammer102
            And the latest trend towards the nationalization of everyone and everything inspires cautious optimism.

            You probably meant the "nationalization" of Russia by ethnic groups from the UK and the SA? If so, then you are undoubtedly right ...
          4. zart_arn
            zart_arn 15 February 2014 13: 25
            +7
            How will the people manage it?


            from the Constitution of the Russian Federation, Article 3

            "1. The bearer of sovereignty and the only source of power in the Russian Federation is its multinational people.

            2. The people exercise their power directly, as well as through government bodies and local governments.

            3. The highest direct expression of the power of the people is a referendum and free elections.

            4. No one can appropriate power in the Russian Federation. The seizure of power or the appropriation of power is prosecuted under federal law. "
            So, representative of the "ministry of good deeds", if you please, stand guard over the law in all directions and fulfill the will of the people.
            1. vlad.svargin
              vlad.svargin 15 February 2014 16: 16
              +7
              zart_arn
              How will the people manage it?

              from the Constitution of the Russian Federation, Article 3

              "1. The bearer of sovereignty and the only source of power in the Russian Federation is its multinational people.

              "Servants of the people" are obliged:
              -Appointed only on a competitive basis.
              -Annual report to the people.
              - In case of negative work, recall, and in case of harm to society, compulsory criminal prosecution.
              -Salary only by result and with the consent of the people.
              -All reform projects only after public discussion of specialists.
              -Election of people's deputies only by the mandate system, no party lists ("pigs in a poke").
              But only with such tough and transparent supervision there will be no:
              ... today people continue to remain in power who sacredly believe in the inviolability and correctness of the course of movement “proposed” by the West in the late 80s and early 90s; they strongly believe that one should never deviate from this course. You can’t deviate, even if Russia almost ripped open its belly with the “reefs” of the actual civil war in the Caucasus and the privatization of the nineties, almost disappeared from the financial map of the world in the 98th ...
            2. Power
              Power 15 February 2014 17: 00
              +2
              Why does the US Constitution say "We, the people of the United States ..." - And we have a "multinational people?" Why this liberal-Jewish casuistry. A house of cards that will fall apart at the first blow of the wind. Remember the term "Soviet people"? And where did he disappear in 91? Did he really exist?
              1. matross
                matross 15 February 2014 20: 06
                +13
                Quote: Strength
                Remember the term "Soviet people"? And where did he disappear in 91? Did he really exist?

                We well remember that such a people existed. It would still exist today if it had not been betrayed and sold by humpbacked, fucking, redhead, gaydar and other m.r.a.z.yu !!! This people will appear again and very quickly if the traitors are named, condemned, and their ideas are cursed.
            3. real
              real 16 February 2014 03: 53
              0
              Even Pericles 2500 years ago said that under democracy it is not people who rule, but such as Pericles .... True, he did not say directly .....
            4. afdjhbn67
              afdjhbn67 16 February 2014 05: 40
              -1
              constitution declarative piece of paper
          5. real
            real 16 February 2014 03: 39
            0
            Now keep the new fashion money in Singapore banks (secretly controlled by the PRC), especially among the Russian elites at least .... The bear at one time did not in vain drive to Singapore, did a good thing .... Take away, sell, share absolutely with I agree with you ...
          6. real
            real 16 February 2014 03: 47
            -1
            Even according to the forecasts of current financial ghouls next year, deposits of Singapore banks will jump over Swiss banks! It costs a lot!
        2. Rus2012
          Rus2012 15 February 2014 11: 55
          +2
          Quote: mirag2
          People of power, people with the ability to influence the power, finances of the country, must be a priori patriotic, and not dependent!

          the presence of finance and their size already means dependence on them ...
      2. Sid.74
        Sid.74 15 February 2014 07: 39
        +21
        You can’t even imagine how much closer Asia is! People twice a day from one part of the world to another, to and from work!
        In the photo stela cube in Magnitogorsk!



        Quote: Civil
        Under the anti-gay sauce, hang noodles about the fact that the people do not need to manage the state and the wealth of the country? Uzbekistan is the ideal of the state.

        Why did they set Uzbekistan up? They are the ones .... lynching, or what? wassat This is you all for what, did you have a homo-liberal bitten !!? wassat
        1. Civil
          Civil 15 February 2014 08: 01
          +10
          Why did they bother Uzbekistan? They are the same .... lynching, or what? wassat Why are you talking about this, but did a homo-liberal bite you !!?

          From liberal bites, immunity, I remember spotted cattle and drunks in power.
          Now, being a staunch supporter of Putin, he is against the introduction of Asian methods of managing and distributing the wealth of the state.
          Uzbekistan is a classic example of Asianness, when literally a handful of people have all the state's revenues, Uzbekistan could be prosperous like Bahrain, but income is distributed according to the principle "this is my cow and I milk it personally", fooling the population when "all the rest are law to friends." Therefore, I accuse all the Uzbeks who come in large numbers of cowardice, that they have shattered their own country, and now, with your lack of will, you want to overwhelm the remnants of our state.
          1. Sid.74
            Sid.74 15 February 2014 08: 19
            +2
            Quote: Civil
            Therefore, I accuse all Uzbeks of cowardice of cowardice that they have stung their own country, and now with their lack of will you still want to overwhelm the remnants of our state.

            Thanks for the clarification! And then you got a little messy!
            Here, even on the resource, there is no consensus, and you want us to immediately imprison all our bureaucrats and oligarchs, and put the riches under the control of the people!
            And as for the Uzbeks who come to us, not only from cowardice, they need to feed on something and feed their families! This is a difficult question! There is a need to raise public discussion throughout the entire post-Soviet space! Where are we going and ideology (I’m not about communism and not about democracy) which support for the union at least in an economic union or separately survive! what
          2. saber1357
            saber1357 17 February 2014 02: 49
            +1
            C. Latuff caricature "No Bahrain dictatorship equals No US 5th fleet in the Gulf." That's just about these and their friends, the Saudis do not, huh? In general, he compared the multi-million-dollar Uzbekistan with some kind of wild tribe that did not exist yesterday, but today its creation was financed (see picture)
      3. Ivan Tarasov
        Ivan Tarasov 15 February 2014 08: 12
        +15
        That is, Asian authoritarianism is closer to us? Is our Eastern dictator father everything?

        Why not.
        If governance is in the interests of the country and the people, is that bad?
        In the USSR, until 1953, who ruled?
        And did he manage poorly?
        If he had bad governance, today would not have admired the period of his administration.
        1. Civil
          Civil 15 February 2014 08: 29
          -28%
          Quote: Ivan Tarasov
          That is, Asian authoritarianism is closer to us? Is our Eastern dictator father everything?

          Why not.
          If governance is in the interests of the country and the people, is that bad?
          In the USSR, until 1953, who ruled?
          And did he manage poorly?
          If he had bad governance, today would not have admired the period of his administration.

          So what do you forget in this country? Go enjoy the dictator’s care in Uzbekistan, and even better in the DPRK, what is stopping ?!
          1. Tron
            Tron 15 February 2014 20: 01
            0
            Quote: Civil
            So what do you forget in this country? Go enjoy the dictator’s care in Uzbekistan, and even better in the DPRK, what is stopping ?!


            For some reason, you remind me of a commissioner in a leather jacket waving a Mauser, for which there is only one truth - his own. And whoever is against it is against the wall.
        2. Black
          Black 15 February 2014 10: 57
          +6
          Quote: Ivan Tarasov
          In the USSR, until 1953, who ruled?
          And did he manage poorly?

          Well, father, yes. But that eastern .. and the dictator is a stretch.
      4. arane
        arane 15 February 2014 08: 26
        +8
        I’ll pay you tender emotion. In our country, it turns out, the people govern the state and the wealth of the country!
      5. Sakmagon
        Sakmagon 15 February 2014 08: 56
        +5
        That is, Asian authoritarianism is closer to us? Is our Eastern dictator father everything?

        Congratulations! At the Olympics is not very, so at least you are happy ...
      6. Slavapom
        Slavapom 15 February 2014 10: 24
        +17
        only you seem to have taught a badly banal school history course. So let me remind you, with the so-called dictators of freedom, there were many times more. And there were more opportunities for self-realization, moreover, under dictatorships, outright fools at the top of the power pyramid, with all the desire, could not get, unlike the so-called democracy. Yes, and modern Western, the so-called democratic, society is far from democracy even more than the USSR in its time, and the farther, the more the Western world is slipping into the dictatorship, the dictatorship of transnational corporations, which in my opinion is ten times worse than the dictatorship of the individual.
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      7. niki233
        niki233 15 February 2014 11: 19
        -6
        do not distort the dear!
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      8. Rus2012
        Rus2012 15 February 2014 11: 50
        +12
        Quote: Civil
        That is, Asian authoritarianism is closer to us? Is our Eastern dictator father everything?

        No extremes needed ...
        I always wrote: democracy means the power of the people. What kind of people is such a democracy. In the USA - own, in Uzbekistan - own ...

        If you are considering democracy - universal equality and fraternity, then this can only exist in a public bathhouse, beyond its threshold all people are unequal ...

        Democracy is a universal deception. You will not find a single state on earth where the principles of justice, truth, equality and fraternity are strictly observed ...

        In the US, two shadow clans have been manipulating "amusing presidents" for over 200 years. In other countries, there is also no equal sign between the supreme rulers and "public heads", no matter how "popularly elected" they appear ...

        Only "oriental despotism" can be "two in one". So where is more justice?

        If you do not believe, prove the opposite
        1. muhomor
          muhomor 20 February 2014 20: 18
          0
          I want to add that Hitler was elected by all the rules of Western democracy.
      9. shark
        shark 15 February 2014 12: 19
        +12
        You need to kill liberal in yourself. Then it can be cured. With any dictatorship, an ordinary person lives a million times better than with democracy. Dictatorship is a path to progress in production, engineering, shipbuilding and much more. Yes, of course there is some stagnation in the sphere gallant sciences. But personally, I don’t see anything terrible if all theatrical critics of Russia suddenly die in one day. I don’t see everything ..
        1. Civil
          Civil 15 February 2014 13: 20
          -9
          Quote: shark
          You need to kill liberal in yourself. Then it can be cured. With any dictatorship, an ordinary person lives a million times better than with democracy. Dictatorship is a path to progress in production, engineering, shipbuilding and much more. Yes, of course there is some stagnation in the sphere gallant sciences. But personally, I don’t see anything terrible if all theatrical critics of Russia suddenly die in one day. I don’t see everything ..

          Well, be consistent, why not eat live in the DPRK?
          1. 11111mail.ru
            11111mail.ru 15 February 2014 14: 32
            +6
            Quote: Civil
            be consistent, why not eat live in the DPRK?

            First of all, "eat" it is connected with nutrition, and not with the movement of a person from one point to another.
            Quote: Civil
            it's okay if all theatrical critics of Russia suddenly die in one day

            I also don't see anything terrible ... (I remove the word "theatrical" and further quotations in the text.
            1. Civil
              Civil 15 February 2014 19: 46
              0
              Quote: 11111mail.ru
              Quote: Civil
              be consistent, why not eat live in the DPRK?

              First of all, "eat" it is connected with nutrition, and not with the movement of a person from one point to another.
              Quote: Civil
              it's okay if all theatrical critics of Russia suddenly die in one day

              I also don't see anything terrible ... (I remove the word "theatrical" and further quotations in the text.

              Can you answer a direct question? Stalin was an internationalist, so the Koreans should not embarrass you, why are you still here?
              1. 11111mail.ru
                11111mail.ru 16 February 2014 08: 22
                0
                Quote: Civil
                Can you answer a direct question? Stalin was an internationalist, so the Koreans should not embarrass you, why are you still here?

                I answer: Stalin = was; Koreans = should not; Now your phrase: why are you still here? I give an answer adequate to the question in the words of V.S. Chernomyrdin: “Here you are not here".
          2. yur
            yur 15 February 2014 19: 29
            +1
            Quote: Civil
            Ok, be consistent why dont eat live in DPRK
            And why should we leave our homeland somewhere? Here we are putting things in order, perhaps even building an enlightened dictatorship, a dictatorship that will take care of the country and people. You probably notice this, and therefore are unhappy.
            1. Civil
              Civil 15 February 2014 19: 47
              -3
              Quote: yur
              Quote: Civil
              Ok, be consistent why dont eat live in DPRK
              And why should we leave our homeland somewhere? Here we are putting things in order, perhaps even building an enlightened dictatorship, a dictatorship that will take care of the country and people. You probably notice this, and therefore are unhappy.

              Does Abramovich with Prokhorov and others like him help you? How is it going?
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      11. rozowik
        rozowik 15 February 2014 15: 08
        -3
        When did the people even manage something? Well, you do not tell, the right word ...
        1. sinandju
          sinandju 15 February 2014 21: 29
          +2
          When did the people even manage something? Well, you do not tell, the right word ...

          It was, learn the story.
      12. Nick
        Nick 15 February 2014 15: 12
        +5
        Quote: Civil
        That is, Asian authoritarianism is closer to us? Is our Eastern dictator father everything? Under the anti-gay sauce we hang noodles about the fact that people do not need to manage the state and wealth of the country?

        Do not distort! Nobody calls for Russia to move along the path of eastern despots. It's about reorienting from the western model of the economy
      13. Jipo
        Jipo 15 February 2014 17: 56
        +9
        How does Uzbek authoritarianism differ from US democracy? Does anyone have a say there? Can he protest against the same gays, the war in Iraq, Afghanistan, the state's prohibitive duty, stupid political correctness, undivided support for the medieval monarchies of the Persian Gulf and developed Israel? You will go against the "Washington Politburo" and tomorrow you will lose your job, and with it your homes, cars, your children will not receive an education, your phone and all data under constant supervision - you are nobody. What the hell is democracy! Who does not believe look at Maning, Assange and Snowden, there are those who want to repeat their path?
      14. T-73
        T-73 15 February 2014 20: 05
        +7
        Quote: Civil
        Is our Eastern dictator father everything? Under the anti-gay sauce we hang noodles about the fact that people do not need to manage the state and wealth of the country?

        Or maybe the same "sauce" about the father of nations will be enough for everything? Have you read a lot of little books published with British money about our terrible communist past in the 90s? They believed that the USSR was so mired in blood, that my mother did not grieve. Personally, I have little regret that Stalin put half of the "old Leninists" who came to power on foreign money to the wall. If we had the USSR, if they were in power. And they will fulfill everything that they promised the Germans and the British. And now the states are doing what? Not the same? Although it will be worse now. Iraq, Afghan, Libya, Guantanomo. You can continue. And no one shouts about the bloody terror of the NSA, the CIA, the lawless congressmen tortured by the climax ... or the woman. You can't make out them there now - which of the xy. No one considers the American army to be an occupation. Is not it so?
      15. Bezarius
        Bezarius 16 February 2014 00: 15
        0
        Suddenly, Russia was great only with dictators.
      16. shuhartred
        shuhartred 16 February 2014 02: 28
        +2
        Quote: Civil
        That is, Asian authoritarianism is closer to us? Is our Eastern dictator father everything? Under the anti-gay sauce we hang noodles about the fact that people do not need to manage the state and wealth of the country? Uzbekistan is an ideal of the state.

        Show me the country in which the people governs the state and manages the wealth of the country.
      17. maxbrov74
        maxbrov74 16 February 2014 02: 34
        0
        Aki disassembled you about sauces. My friend, and you are by chance not gay?
      18. saber1357
        saber1357 17 February 2014 02: 42
        0
        What a wicked citizen! Citizen, you are not in a tram, you are not rude, please, huh?
    2. zavesa01
      zavesa01 15 February 2014 07: 27
      +3
      You are absolutely right.
    3. cumastra1
      cumastra1 15 February 2014 07: 41
      +18
      As the bastard Brzezinski said, it is still unknown whose elite (meaning our kings) is yours or ours. Money, business and real estate are in the West, children in the West, some have dual citizenship.
      1. arane
        arane 15 February 2014 08: 30
        +12
        And why all the elite. De-mo in a beautiful wrapper will not become a candy anyway
      2. zzz
        zzz 15 February 2014 08: 40
        +8
        Quote: cumastra1
        Money, business and real estate are in the West, children in the West, some have dual citizenship.


        Russia is ruled by an offshore elite .... governors from the world government - Chubais ... and further on the list. All reforms over the past 20 years are proof of this.
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      1. vanaheym
        vanaheym 15 February 2014 08: 19
        -3
        But what bad thing did Brzezinski personally do to you? He is a citizen of his country and draws all conclusions to its usefulness. Now, if he were our former, then we could call a bastard.
        1. SHILO
          SHILO 15 February 2014 12: 35
          +15
          Quote: vanaheym
          And what's wrong with you personally did Brzezinski?


          I will say what. He put his dirty hands to the destruction of my homeland - the USSR. And ... And continues to apply.
        2. 11111mail.ru
          11111mail.ru 15 February 2014 14: 36
          +7
          Quote: vanaheym
          And what's wrong with you personally did Brzezinski?

          A.I.Solzhenitsyn personally didn’t do anything bad to me personally, however
          Quote: vanaheym
          if he were our former - then it would be possible to call a bastard.

          So thank you, with your permission I call A.I.Solzhenitsin a bastard!
    5. invisibility
      invisibility 15 February 2014 07: 55
      -1
      Quote: The same LYOKHA
      It’s quite obvious to me that those of our leaders, both public and state, have invested their money in WESTERN BANKS

      We have all of Russia investing in Western banks ..
      1. Sid.74
        Sid.74 15 February 2014 08: 52
        +3
        Quote: vanaheym
        And what's wrong with you personally did Brzezinski?

        He definitely didn’t do anything good to us! For not only is Russophobe, so is also a clever Russophobe! And how many under US power he acted as adviser and the Afghan war with his wonderful analysts organized! He is a foe to us!
    6. calocha
      calocha 15 February 2014 09: 42
      +5
      As a former intelligence officer, it is better for Putin to know how to recruit over the hill, he could have put up "barriers" for a long time, And then the outflow went like a stream, and everyone is waiting for investments, and the price tag for everything is inexorably rushing up.
    7. Rus2012
      Rus2012 15 February 2014 11: 39
      +3
      Quote: The same LYOKHA
      those of our figures, both public and state, who have invested their money in WESTERN BANKS or property in those parts, are on the hook of the special services of the WEST and when it is necessary to get conditions from the renegade, either the accounts are blocked or the property is seized or do what they tell you.


      1.Moreover, these resources are no longer theirs, as would the owners ... The examples of Cyprus and others show that they can be taken away at any moment without explanation ...
      2. To the local elites of the countries where they keep finances - their entrance is closed until the end of the century. An example of Birch and others like it - clearly shows ...
      3. Even if they transferred resources to assets or real estate, their maintenance costs are incomparable than those of the local bourgeois. Therefore, doing business there always comes with a negative balance. It’s even impossible to keep real estate there - without getting financial support here in Russia ...
      Those. - a complete northern furry animal ...
      1. Altona
        Altona 15 February 2014 15: 08
        +8
        Quote: Rus2012
        1.Moreover, these resources are no longer theirs, as would the owners ... The examples of Cyprus and others show that they can be taken away at any moment without explanation ...

        ------------------------
        Proceeding from the message that the institution of private property is no longer a "sacred cow" anywhere in the world, it would be time for our government to take maximum measures to squeeze out excess profits from our businessmen with the letter P ... Especially in terms of mineral resources and monopolies ... At the very least, it is necessary to conduct a deep audit, compare the results of activities by year and remove "unnecessary" assets ...
    8. Stalnov I.P.
      Stalnov I.P. 15 February 2014 13: 11
      +5
      Let's speak directly, until our authorities put things in order in their country, and the fish goes out from the head and everyone understands this, while in our economic policy the ideas of the Gaidar-Chubais-Kudrinsky clan will be pushed on, we are not talking about any breakthrough in the economy, there will be no ideology say, the cult of "green" just can not break. A tougher, if not cruel, attitude towards all officials, we must forget about the slogan, we are not 37 years old, but we are not 37 years old, but then put things in order in other ways if you can. First of all, ordinary citizens of the country suffer from your inaction, and this inaction already borders on a crime against the people and the state. If they cannot and fish will come others who can, they are already tired of everyone.
    9. Altona
      Altona 15 February 2014 13: 21
      +4
      Quote: The same LYOKHA
      It’s completely obvious to me that those of our leaders, both public and state, who have invested their money in WESTERN BANKS or property in those parts, are on the hook of the special services of the WEST

      -----------------------
      The governor of the Perm Territory, Chirkunov, not in vain, from his beloved Languedoc, noted a Russophobic belch ... Just like Chichvarkin from London, that his Euroset was squeezed out by Putin's falcons ...
    10. Mikhail3
      Mikhail3 15 February 2014 18: 54
      +3
      It is almost not important. It doesn’t matter which banks have money, in Western or ours. The important thing is how they were taken. Recovery, even partial, to Russia means - they will come to thieves, murderers and scammers. They will inevitably come, even if their money is in the banks of Hong Kong, at least in the Sberbank ...
      That’s the whole root of the conflict - everyone understands that the vector of the country's development must be changed, moreover, sharply. And best of all, this is understood by those who violently impede change, well aware that they will come for them ...
    11. Klim
      Klim 15 February 2014 19: 59
      +3
      return the monument to Dzerzhinsky, please vote. It is necessary to return Felix Idmundovich to the place, otherwise the fascists unbelted.
    12. Artem13
      Artem13 15 February 2014 23: 46
      +1
      And for me it is obvious that, without nationalization, all the same people will rule Russia, and with the same result as today.
    13. medvedleopard
      medvedleopard 17 February 2014 21: 37
      0
      wassat
      Not always, how do you imagine this?
      the CIA will soon be checked, recruited, and only then it will hint that you are a thief (fictional *). soldier
  2. Name
    Name 15 February 2014 06: 40
    +4
    Oh, but if you recall all the regions, and their 83, then COUNCIL UNION Now it is within the borders of RUSSIA ... You need to be stronger inside! hi
  3. major071
    major071 15 February 2014 06: 54
    +22
    The author is a plus, but I would add that the revival of Russia must begin with internal problems. The authorities need to turn to face the people, to meet them, and then the people themselves through the same elections will remove any liberal-Western dirt. And fortifying ourselves from the inside, no one will be afraid of us, and no TV-player will dare to blather. And then it will be possible to deal with the collapse of the United States and Europe. And they will fall apart, I'm sure! hi
    1. invisibility
      invisibility 15 February 2014 07: 59
      +11
      Quote: major071
      Plus to the author, but I would add that the revival of Russia needs to start with internal problems

      You understand this, I understand this ... and the authorities deeply sneeze on the people. Why go to power? That's right, correct (!!!) your financial situation! And they must go to protect state interests, to serve the people. Here's where to start.
      1. major071
        major071 15 February 2014 08: 03
        +12
        In general, politics is a dirty thing. You see, it seems like a normal person, then he crawls into politics and that's it, there is no good person. The desire to fill your pocket outweighs the campaign promises. Something like that! hi
        1. novobranets
          novobranets 15 February 2014 09: 00
          +2
          Quote: major071
          In general, politics is a dirty thing.

          As someone on the forum said, it’s dirty because dirty people climb into politics.
          Quote: major071
          You see, it seems like a normal person, then he crawls into politics and that's it, there is no good person.

          For example?
          1. invisibility
            invisibility 15 February 2014 09: 12
            +1
            I agree with you! If a person is d ... oh, then he is d .... oh. Both in politics and in life.
          2. pahom54
            pahom54 15 February 2014 12: 18
            +2
            for novobranets
            For example, generals Gromov, Lebed, Colonel (General) Rutskoi (who, with his sons and friends, plundered the region in which he governed) ... And a lot of others. It turns out that a normal person, falling into a gang of politicians, must either become the same, or they will eat him ...
            1. Gray 43
              Gray 43 15 February 2014 14: 27
              0
              After reading this comment, I remembered another governor, Evdokimov, he was a good actor.
            2. old rocket man
              old rocket man 15 February 2014 14: 41
              +3
              Quote: pahom54
              for novobranets
              For example, generals Gromov, Lebed, Colonel (General) Rutskoi (who, with his sons and friends, plundered the region in which he governed) ... And a lot of others. It turns out that a normal person, falling into a gang of politicians, must either become the same, or they will eat him ...


              And who told you that they were normal, 90% of generals are still mud-ready politicians, they do not need to be reborn. Most often, the cost of stripes is the loss of decency. angry
              1. novobranets
                novobranets 15 February 2014 17: 37
                +1
                Quote: pahom54
                It turns out that a normal person, falling into a gang of politicians, must either become the same, or they will eat him ...

                A decent person is either honest to the end, or he just pretended to be decent.
                Quote: Old Rocketman
                And who told you that they were normal. Most often, the cost of stripes is the loss of decency.

                Alas, there is nothing to argue.
      2. zzz
        zzz 15 February 2014 08: 30
        0
        Quote: invisible
        Why go to power? That's right, correct (!!!) your financial situation! And they must go to protect state interests, to serve the people. Here's where to start.


        I’m wondering if there are ways, methods, conditions, well, and what else is there that can make you not steal while in power?
        1. invisibility
          invisibility 15 February 2014 09: 10
          0
          Quote: zzz
          I’m wondering if there are ways, methods, conditions, well, and what else is there that can make you not steal while in power?

          A responsibility. Moreover, this is not only total control, but also personal responsibility, which is brought up from an early age.
          Thanks. And not only material.
          Professionalism, in absolutely everything.
          And of course control. In general, you can list until the next morning.
          Below is arane colleague, wrote a comment. So, I strongly disagree with him! Firstly, I do not see serious facts of rebirth, namely serious ones. Secondly, I do not believe that thieves and grabbers suddenly change their minds and clutching their heads, they will begin to do good deeds with terrible force.
          1. zzz
            zzz 15 February 2014 09: 38
            +1
            Quote: invisible
            So, I strongly disagree with him!


            Well, if not in common phrases? What you wrote is correct and understandable. And more specifically? How to get rid of theft in the ruling top, now starting right this year? If you came to the store, stole a bottle of beer, they would immediately catch up with you and take them away, and put the bottle on the shelf in its place. The thief is in jail. Such a law for the people! How to make everyone equal before the law? ............ It seems that we will never wait for this., Because thieves will bring up personal responsibility for their children !!!, and what it is will this responsibility? But a simple, honest and well-mannered person cannot be reached there, only it turns out through the revolution.
            1. invisibility
              invisibility 15 February 2014 10: 29
              +6
              Quote: zzz
              Well, if not in common phrases?

              So this is the whole article coming out. Well, not quite general phrases either.
              Singapore is fighting corruption using the Soviet, or rather the NKVD-shnyh developments.
              What does today's thieves offer to fight with themselves? Wag your finger, say ah, pay a fine, etc. Is it a fight against corruption? No, this is a call to steal more by including the amount of the fine in the stolen.
              And it should be like in China, like in Singapore. I was caught shooting at the stadium at the embezzlement, the ammunition bill for relatives. Confiscation of all property. 3 of the next generation, must feel that their ancestor was a thief. Yes, it’s cruel, but if you do not excise a cancerous tumor, it will give metostases and then the grave.
              Quote: zzz
              But a simple, honest and well-mannered person cannot be reached there, only it turns out through the revolution.

              I think yes.
        2. officer29
          officer29 15 February 2014 12: 34
          0
          Quote: zzz
          make not steal

          When Anastas Mikoyan, being the minister of food (I don’t remember the correct title of the position), gave a draft document to one of his sons to read about the salary rates for food service workers, his son was surprised at the low rate of a top-class cook. To which his father replied that a high salary does not prevent the theft of food from restaurants, and he will more than pay off the missing funds with food. Human psychology is like that! (Not literally, but the meaning is the same) And we want the official who is in power and is engaged in the distribution of cash flows (streams), depending on the "height of the chair" not to send a little bit in his direction ... request
        3. old rocket man
          old rocket man 15 February 2014 14: 45
          +1
          Quote: zzz
          I’m wondering if there are ways, methods, conditions, well, and what else is there that can make you not steal while in power?


          Only one condition, not yet achievable.
          IT IS IMPOSSIBILITY TO HAVE WHAT THE OTHERS DO NOT HAVE negative
      3. arane
        arane 15 February 2014 08: 41
        +6
        How? That's all right. How to do it? In the West, screaming about the reviving imperial ambitions in Russia. Maybe a way out in the revival of the empire? Maybe the country should be governed by a non-hired worker with a short term labor contract? Maybe this should be prepared from birth, educated in love for the homeland and people?
        1. zzz
          zzz 15 February 2014 09: 15
          0
          Quote: arane
          Maybe the country should be governed by a non-hired worker with a short term labor contract? Maybe this should be prepared from birth, educated in love for the homeland and people?


          And what needs to be done for this? Change the constitution? Or what?
          1. novobranets
            novobranets 15 February 2014 11: 17
            0
            To begin, devote more time to children. The future president is now a son or daughter studying in school to teach him to distinguish tinsel from values, good from evil.
          2. officer29
            officer29 15 February 2014 12: 45
            0
            Well ... It seems that something is being done in the country (!?), Civil Service Academies have opened, the competition for which is going through the roof in contests at VGIK and theatrical universities, the Civil Service Cadet Corps, where future officials are being educated, the only question is: "How!" request
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        3. siberalt
          siberalt 15 February 2014 11: 29
          +5
          If the West is screaming about the revival of Russia, then it is so. Our "top" should be weeded regularly. This will be popular support. negative
        4. novobranets
          novobranets 15 February 2014 17: 45
          +2
          Quote: arane
          Maybe a way out in the revival of the empire? Maybe the country should be governed by a non-hired worker with a short term labor contract? Maybe this should be prepared from birth, educated in love for the homeland and people?

          Exactly. I grabbed the minuses for my "imperial" views. fellow But I don't see any other way. I have not believed for a long time that the present "ruling" will wake up, or rather, never believed.
        5. slon53
          slon53 17 February 2014 11: 56
          0
          I recommend reading the work "Project Russia". There is just an attempt to answer the question - HOW?
        6. slon53
          slon53 17 February 2014 11: 56
          0
          I recommend reading the work "Project Russia". There is just an attempt to answer the question - HOW?
      4. novobranets
        novobranets 15 February 2014 08: 57
        +1
        Quote: invisible
        And they must go to protect state interests, to serve the people.

        Key phrase.
    2. arane
      arane 15 February 2014 08: 34
      +1
      I agree. Only this is the most difficult in the process of rebirth. But it is necessary to decide, and without revolution ....
  4. andrei332809
    andrei332809 15 February 2014 06: 57
    +6
    thanked the author for a plus.
    but in general, not everything is going smoothly with us, many of those who decide exactly how to develop the country have deeply taken root in Western soil. weeds should be destroyed, otherwise cultivated plants will be strangled
  5. SPACE
    SPACE 15 February 2014 07: 18
    0
    Quote: Author
    One of these gentlemen warms - they still have “their own people” in the Russian elite.

    Then the reverse is also true: "One of our own among strangers, a stranger among our own." Or maybe they just amuse themselves with illusions, who are they? Hostages, shield or desi drainage channels.
    From the USSR, how many people were in the west, then? And now? The SVR implementation operations were successful, now things are going ...
  6. plotnikov561956
    plotnikov561956 15 February 2014 07: 20
    +1
    I am grateful to the author for the article ...! The people come to understand the true values ​​of the Motherland ... and behind the verbiage begins to see the true faces of "friends".
  7. demel2
    demel2 15 February 2014 07: 24
    +3
    It would be nice to clean out these figures, everyone understands this, but, in my opinion, there is no willpower. IMHO, our so-called elite got into this European and American city so clearly that you can’t pull them out without blood, or you need to resurrect Comrade Stalin I think that Putin understands this, but he can’t do anything.
    1. 11111mail.ru
      11111mail.ru 15 February 2014 14: 40
      +1
      Quote: demel2
      Putin understands this, but he can’t do anything

      Are you hinting at a stroke (bilateral)?
    2. novobranets
      novobranets 15 February 2014 17: 52
      +2
      Quote: demel2
      without blood you can’t get them out of there

      "... for there is no more terrible beast than an official defending his feeding trough." wassat
  8. Normman
    Normman 15 February 2014 07: 44
    +4
    There is a wonderful Russian fairy tale - Teremok. So, just as a bear cannot get into the teremok, so Russia will not go to Europe :) The size is not the same! It seems that they stuck their heads in Europe, and Asia was all out! It is time to introduce a new geographical concept for Russia. Let there be Europe-Slavia-Asia for example!
    1. Sid.74
      Sid.74 15 February 2014 08: 02
      +2
      Quote: Normman
      So, just like a bear doesn’t get to a teremok, so it’s Russia to Europe :)

      Well, you and bent! And we need it, there to climb! We are already a sickly part of Europe! We are Asia and Europe, we are Russia!

      Interview remembered!
      The well-known Serbian director and musician Emir Kusturica, so beloved by the Slavs and not only, is skeptical about the Euro-selection of Ukraine.

      “I believe that this is a contrived choice. Do you speak Russian. You are a part of Russian culture. Most of the inhabitants of your country are Orthodox. In a sense, Russia originates from Kiev. And now you are deciding whether to go to Europe or not? In War and Peace, one hero asks when will Napoleon finally come and make Russians Europeans? This will never happen. You are already in Europe, ”he said in an interview with the Ukrainian edition of“ Vesti. The reporter".
    2. novobranets
      novobranets 15 February 2014 09: 03
      +1
      Quote: Normman
      Let there be Europe-Slavia-Asia for example!

      That's it. No need to squeeze into someone else's teremok, you need to build your own.
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    4. siberalt
      siberalt 15 February 2014 11: 32
      +2
      So Ukraine will not fit into their teremok, not like Russia.
  9. zzz
    zzz 15 February 2014 08: 13
    0
    They are furious that the voice is more squeaky, more inconspicuous; furious that the opinion of Russia in the international arena has to be reckoned with.

    They fight in hysteria: the collar still remained at the lackeys, but now the leash seems to have been lost.
  10. Igor39
    Igor39 15 February 2014 08: 20
    +14
    Immunity should be strengthened by the development of the Far East and Siberia, with a subsequent increase in the population to 300 millions.
    1. Sid.74
      Sid.74 15 February 2014 08: 33
      +4
      Quote: Igor39
      Immunity should be strengthened by the development of the Far East and Siberia, with a subsequent increase in the population to 300 millions.

      Here you would have at least five advantages! It’s a pity I can only have one hi Maybe this is not a crazy move to place the government in the Far East! But, logically, you need somewhere closer to the center!
      1. Igor39
        Igor39 15 February 2014 08: 46
        +3
        In Novosibirsk, just right, there, and the residents are not like in Moscow (no offense to Muscovites)
        When placing the capital in Novosibirsk, there is a better opportunity to control the funds, and so until they reach their destination, that is, they may not reach smile
        1. Mstislav
          Mstislav 15 February 2014 09: 09
          +5
          Back in 2010, there were 34% of Russians in Moscow. Moscow - WHOSE capital? This question is ripe.
        2. SRC P-15
          SRC P-15 15 February 2014 09: 28
          +4
          Quote: Igor39
          In Novosibirsk, just right, there, and the residents are not like in Moscow (no offense to Muscovites)

          When Novosibirsk becomes the capital, after a certain amount of time, its inhabitants will not be any better than in Moscow. Capital ambitions will do the trick. It seems to me that the capital should be transferred to the Urals, and all branches of power should be distributed to different cities, as they say, to all sisters by earrings. And it’s impossible for all the money to spin in one city, as it is now in Moscow. All the head offices of banks should be distributed in the same way in different cities. In addition, it is necessary to increase taxes on companies registered in the capital, then the capital will go to the regions. This is my opinion, albeit primitive.
          1. Black
            Black 15 February 2014 11: 02
            +2
            Quote: СРЦ П-15
            When Novosibirsk becomes the capital, after a certain amount of time, its inhabitants will not be any better than in Moscow ....... It seems to me that the capital should be moved to the Urals,


            The Urals have done something bad to you ?!
            1. SRC P-15
              SRC P-15 15 February 2014 11: 31
              +1
              Quote: Chen
              The Urals have done something bad to you ?!

              I said to the Urals, and not to the Urals, it is possible for. And if you follow all the points that I noted, the Urals will benefit from this. In my previous comment I wanted to say that it is necessary to develop ALL of Russia, and not the metropolitan area, although, mind you, I live in the Moscow region. I am for a strong and developed Russia!
            2. AK-47
              AK-47 15 February 2014 11: 38
              +1
              Quote: Chen
              The Urals have done something bad to you ?!
              Let them continue to do only the good. good
          2. huginn
            huginn 15 February 2014 12: 04
            0
            Decentralization will not do Russia anything good, only the notorious "parade of sovereignties." Again, everyone wants to be the main frog in their swamp.
          3. officer29
            officer29 15 February 2014 13: 56
            +1
            Not necessarily Novosibirsk! Near Novosibirsk, downstream the Ob there is the town of Kolyvan, the failed capital of Siberia. The Kolyvan merchants did not see the benefits of building the Trans-Siberian Railway and did not allow the construction of a railway through the town. And then the leading engineer Garin-Mikhailovsky found a convenient place in Novonikolaevsk. Thus began the development of the Capital of Siberia. As for the offices of ministries, it can be scattered throughout Russia. Gazprom - to Nadym, Neftyannikov - to Nefteyugansk. The Ministry of Heavy Engineering - Chelyabinsk, the Ministry of Agriculture - to Stavropol and so on ... In Moscow, leave the President and law enforcement agencies, for order. repeat
        3. habalog
          habalog 15 February 2014 12: 51
          +2
          Against, although I am a resident of Novosibirsk:
          1. The right to be called the Capital City still needs to be earned.
          2. A decision like this should be filled only with pragmatism and common sense.
          3. It is a great honor to represent Russia before all the peoples of the world, but service is not easy.

          Do not forget that it was Moscow that gathered all the cities of Russia under a single banner. Most of the trading routes now go through it. Moscow is the third Rome, the fourth will not happen.
          Here you need to decide on the mind, and not on emotions and with a kondachka. And in the mind - so transfer the capital nowhere DO NOT! And to stop such a mood you need in the bud!
          Remind the inhabitants of Moscow that they are the face of our people, Moscow is the face of our state. What for? Then, that any beginning sown in Moscow will spread throughout Russia. Then, first of all, when speaking about our people, they look at Muscovites. Yes - honor, yes - responsibility. Think about whether you can take on such a yoke? But Moscow and Muscovites have been doing this for centuries. What an honor and praise to them.

          And proposals such as transferring something somewhere remind me of the reforms of the "blessed" and respected Dimitri, with his renaming of the police to the police and the change of time zones. Lord of time and space, damn it.

          The "transfer" proposal is born out of dissatisfaction with the quality of work of government agencies, as I understand it. So what's the problem? They took a pen and a piece of paper, drew up a Gosplan, better than the current one, gathered supporters - go to the polls wink
          1. SRC P-15
            SRC P-15 15 February 2014 14: 29
            +3
            Quote: habalog
            Do not forget that it was Moscow that gathered all the cities of Russia under a single banner.

            I agree with you, Moscow is the mother of Russian cities.
            But you must admit, this is not normal when almost all capital is spinning in one city, to the detriment of other cities and towns? It is necessary to change something, not just in Moscow, the light came together in a wedge. In the current situation, we will not wait for the prosperity of our country. Why for one and the same job, payment in the regions differs significantly, from salary in Moscow? Is life more expensive in Moscow? Why is it more expensive? Because they pay more for work. In the regions we do not see this. Again the question, why? And because all the head offices are in Moscow and they pay tax there. The products are produced in the regions and often local budgets do not have anything from this. That’s the paradox, I think it’s not right.
            1. habalog
              habalog 15 February 2014 22: 42
              0
              Tax - as an option. An additional tax for the Moscow region, and for regions in need of development - a tax relaxation. Can it help?
              I am not an economist and not competent in such matters wink and the work is clearly for professional economists.

              Don't forget about red eye disease. The attitude "someone is to blame, but not me" in claims against Moscow takes a decent portion. I was in our capital. I will not say that the salary is higher there. And for some goods, it is more expensive here in Novosibirsk.
          2. officer29
            officer29 15 February 2014 15: 50
            +1
            Let me disagree with you! Moscow is really "non-rubber"! You can expand up to certain limits. Nobody is going to take away the right from Moscow to be called the capital of our Motherland! It's just that Moscow is oversaturated with administrative institutions, the transfer of some of the institutions to St. Petersburg does not solve the problem! VVP himself spoke about this, even in his words the thought of moving the capital to the East of the country slipped through. Why did Stalin and his entourage work at night, even in peacetime? Because there are 9 time zones in the country, when people go to bed in Kaliningrad. In Chukotka, we have already gone to work. But they need to be puzzled in the morning, so that "the jambs are not flogged"! So the transfer of administrative institutions to the East is quite motivated. Then there will be a redistribution of financial flows to the eastern part of the country, which will allow it to develop faster. And then China has been staring at the Far East for a long time!
        4. officer29
          officer29 15 February 2014 13: 13
          0
          The proposal to place the capital of Russia in Novosibirsk was back in the 90s. Vodka "Stolichnaya" of local bottling was sold with labels on which were depicted the sights of Novosibirsk - Oktyabrsky (Communal) Bridge, the Opera House and others ... good drinks
    2. real
      real 16 February 2014 04: 59
      0
      And a population of 300 mullions for Siberia and the Far East to take the otkel ???????? Tajiks and Uzbeks, I'm afraid not enough !!!!!!!!!!!!! Have aliens to recruit ?????????????????
  11. morpogr
    morpogr 15 February 2014 08: 29
    +1
    The main thing is that the new generation does not make the mistakes of the old when the state was stolen from us with beautiful words and wrappers. I hope that the people received a good antidote from Western values. And the remaining diseased cells in the form of liberals of the Westerners are slowly dying or eating each other recently even with acceleration.
  12. vlmotec
    vlmotec 15 February 2014 08: 52
    0
    It is interesting that even today people continue to remain in power who sacredly believe in the stability and correctness of the course of the movement “proposed” by the West in the late 80s and early 90s;

    Well, tell me the names, why are you shy !?
  13. tundra
    tundra 15 February 2014 08: 53
    0
    up to the loss of consciousness (.....) I liked it already in the morning, the mood rose
  14. Magadan
    Magadan 15 February 2014 09: 07
    +7
    I warmly support Alexey Volodin regarding rapprochement with the East. Here only the question remains - should we learn from the East? Or should we recall our own experiences? The problem is that the East itself is too dependent on the West: there are sales markets, investments come from there, they are also too tied to the western financial system of trade, business relations, etc.
    I think that we will still have a more difficult path. We simply have to become leaders ourselves and come up with unique recipes, including in economics. For example, together with the same China, create a powerful aviation structure, which, in turn, will immediately focus on our common giant air transportation market. Can you imagine more than one and a half billion people in a vast territory spread across Eurasia ?! At the same time, China does not yet have normal aircraft manufacturing technologies, and China still needs us. This is not normal when Airbus and Boeing have already ordered five thousand aircraft per brother, and our aircraft manufacturers - only a couple of hundred for the coming years.
    In a word, it is necessary to revive the planned economy in strategic sectors, which will include other countries, even outside the CU.
    "Our" economists are most likely just stupidly paid by the West for the purpose of the collapse of Russia, tk. their bleating about "an effective private trader" and "a market that will regulate everything" is no longer something that does not impress anyone, but does not even make people laugh.
    1. Sid.74
      Sid.74 15 February 2014 09: 17
      +2
      Quote: Magadan
      "Our" economists are most likely just stupidly paid by the West for the purpose of the collapse of Russia, tk. their bleating about "an effective private trader" and "a market that will regulate everything" is no longer something that does not impress anyone, but does not even make people laugh.

      Magadan I welcome you hiHere, the desire of politicians simply kills me, to privatize everything! It’s already ridiculous just to listen to Medvedev! ..... Does he! Enrages the Herod!
      1. officer29
        officer29 15 February 2014 14: 43
        +2
        [quote = Sid.74] is dreaming about Russian Railways, now it has started to stutter about Gazprom!
        Gazprom is only nominally listed as a state company, and Russian Railways has long been privatized, calling this action corporatization! Within a short time, Russian Railways got rid of "non-core" assets - schools, kindergartens, hospitals. People working on the railway lost the benefits of the Ministry of Railways, i.e. free travel on railway transport, free fuel, etc. The car fleet was leased to logistics companies, suburban transportation was given to private hands, and now there is a widespread reduction of suburban electric trains! am
        1. Sid.74
          Sid.74 15 February 2014 15: 53
          +1
          Quote: officer29
          Gazprom is only nominally listed as a state-owned company, and Russian Railways has been privatized a long time ago, calling this action “corporatization”!


          Share capital of Russian Railways!

          The founder of JSC "Russian Railways" is the Russian Federation.
          The sole shareholder of Russian Railways is the Russian Federation. The Government of the Russian Federation exercises the powers of a shareholder on behalf of the Russian Federation.

          The authorized capital of Russian Railways was formed by the founder by contributing to it the property and property complexes of federal railway transport organizations.
          As of December 23, 2013, the authorized capital of Russian Railways was 1919,454568 billion rubles and was divided into 1 ordinary registered shares in non-documentary form with a par value of each 919 rubles.

          Gazprom! Share controlled by the Russian Federation,% 50,002, ADR owners,% 26,955, Other registered persons,% 23,043

          Why lie then! am
    2. SRC P-15
      SRC P-15 15 February 2014 11: 38
      +1
      Quote: Magadan
      Can you imagine more than one and a half billion people on a vast territory spread across Eurasia?

      Do you propose to resettle the Chinese throughout Russia? Then, I am afraid, there will be no name left from Russia. In the best case, there will be some Kitassia.
  15. siberalt
    siberalt 15 February 2014 11: 37
    +1
    The article is encouraging. It is necessary to increase the pace of liberoid stripping.
  16. 020205
    020205 15 February 2014 12: 01
    +1
    Quote: Magadan
    I warmly support Alexey Volodin regarding rapprochement with the East. Here only the question remains - should we learn from the East? Or should we recall our own experiences?

    I don’t know why, but it seems to me that the East took over our experience, that's just how in that joke I finalized it with a file
    1. Sid.74
      Sid.74 15 February 2014 12: 30
      +1
      Well, if you do not generalize the whole East, then the same China, very seriously considered the rake that we flew into 1991 with a run-up! And openly stated that the Humpback traitor of the USSR! Oh, they considered that example of the fall of the USSR from all sides, and they they did it, by whom and how everything was going on and robbed, why and for what purpose! what
  17. cherkas.oe
    cherkas.oe 15 February 2014 12: 08
    +1
    Volodin, of course, plus and many thanks, for similar thoughts that the agents of influence from the West in the Kremlin will end, but the chances for this successful outcome, over time, are less and the options for neutralizing them are becoming more radical and bloody, and this is another shock We-Russia, have to survive.
  18. pahom54
    pahom54 15 February 2014 12: 28
    +5
    I read the comments, and no one mentioned that the West didn’t like it most — namely, the revival of Russia and Putin’s attempts to build the former USSR (as it were, most likely to build a new empire, I think).
    For this purpose, I completely agree, but the fact that China TODAY is our ally as opposed to the West is yes, but do not forget that tomorrow it will most likely become an enemy (do not forget about our uninhabited territories with a huge reserve of minerals and overpopulated China).
    But Putin, it seems, was already tired of the liberals, all this time he was pushing them with a quiet glander (well, you can’t do it abruptly, otherwise the civil war would have started, and what is it for the people?), But it seems that soon the eggs will be jammed. And this proves a smooth effect on NGOs, and much more ... Most likely, we are approaching the moment when the West will be clearly sent to XXX, without any diplomatic evasions. And from myself I’ll say - it's high time! Russia has its own path, its own goals and objectives, and it is not necessary to teach it either to the west or the east.
    1. Novik
      Novik 15 February 2014 13: 09
      +5
      Quote: pahom54
      TODAY, China is our ally as opposed to the West - yes, but do not forget that tomorrow it will most likely become an enemy (do not forget about our uninhabited territories with a huge reserve of minerals and overpopulated China).

      I agree with your opinion, except for the attitude to China.
      This is our centuries-old neighbor, and throughout history there has been only one border armed conflict (how many conflicts and wars have been with Europe?), and then only after a deployed campaign against Stalin (insult to Mao Dziudong, a friend of Stalin?)





      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w_IDlO2hVzs
      Whatever critics scream, Stalin's era is the culmination moment in our history.
      Of course, history does not know the word "if".
      But if it had not been for the Second World War, and then the forced nuclear arms race, our starships would have long been "roaming the vastness of the universe."

      -
      "Russian with Chinese BROTHERS FOREVER"

      smile
      For some reason I don’t perceive China as an enemy, and I consider attempts to "drive a wedge" between us as intrigues of the "West" request
      1. Novik
        Novik 15 February 2014 13: 31
        +2
        The Russia-China-Germany Union, this is possibly a new era in the development of mankind, without the hegemony of the United States and the dollar.
        Naturally, "something" does not want to allow this.
        1. real
          real 16 February 2014 04: 37
          +1
          Accurately noticed, comrade !!!! But, I think, Japan will be in this alliance, both Koreas, India !!! And then a bunch of countries will join, everything is almost on the planet ....
      2. pahom54
        pahom54 15 February 2014 14: 14
        -1
        for Novik
        Firstly, Mao was never a friend of either Stalin or the USSR, read carefully Vladimirov's memoirs "Special Region of China".
        Secondly, this excitement about "friendship forever" implied Mao's political attitude to the USSR - "We need the USSR like a cash cow. While milk is being milked, we are friends" ... (again from Vladimirov's book). All friendship was based on the supply of the Chinese PLA with equipment, weapons, advisers - the goal of which was the victory over the Kuomintang and the rise of Mao to power. That is, an alliance with the USSR was then beneficial to Mao, and subsequently - WE (USSR) practically after the war built China's economy. Even today's Chinese missiles are OUR missiles.
        Thirdly, I did not directly call China the enemy of Russia. I say that NOW the friendship between Russia and China is beneficial to both countries, but in the future ... In general, GEOPOLITICS and GEOSTRATEGY will come into play here, which will push China into our territory, and only a person can not see this, not wishing to see it. Something like that.
        1. real
          real 16 February 2014 04: 33
          +1
          Mao considered himself not only a friend, but also the younger brother of Stalin! He understood the epoch-making scale of Stalin! Therefore, I could not forgive the pug-khrushchka for barking at a great man !!!! Mao acted on emotions here, interceded for a friend, a teacher !!!
      3. officer29
        officer29 15 February 2014 17: 45
        0
        Quote: Novik
        For some reason, I don’t perceive China as an enemy,

        But when I studied at a military school, we studied the organizational structure of the Chinese Army and the tactics of its actions, bashfully calling the PRC a contiguous state (I hope it didn’t disclose military secrets!), At the level of the armies of the USA and other NATO countries. In the classroom, they explained to us cheerfully and intelligibly that the Chinese can really throw us hats!
        1. Novik
          Novik 15 February 2014 18: 25
          0
          Quote: officer29
          But when I studied at a military school, we studied the organizational structure of the Chinese Army and the tactics of its actions, bashfully calling the PRC a contiguous state (I hope it didn’t disclose military secrets!),

          smile
          What are the secrets?
          My father, as part of the brigade (complex 9K76 "Temp-S"), at the end of 60, was transferred from Mukachevo to Sary-Ozek, to prepare a meeting ...
      4. polly
        polly 15 February 2014 23: 04
        +3
        The fact is that our good-neighborly relations with China are simply annoying for some. Over the past half century, the state founded by Mao Zedong has shown the most stable dynamic development, turning from a backward, war-worn country into a second superpower, and he foresaw a lot.
        Mao Ze Dong wrote in 1964: "After 1953, nationalists and careerists, bribe-takers came to power in the USSR. Covered from the Kremlin. When the time comes, they will throw off their masks, throw out their membership cards and openly rule their counties as feudal lords and serf-owners." ..And what was he wrong about?
        1. Novik
          Novik 16 February 2014 00: 18
          0
          Thank you. good
          -and I will also know how to write Mao Zedong correctly
          Thanks to him, I was born in a military town, where there was no light and water, then I myself went small, with a can, to Mount Pilotka, - there was a spring, my first ice cream, I tried 7 years later (in 1978) - chocolate ice cream , uh, when my father was transferred to Alma-Ata, the headquarters of "SAVO"
          1. Novik
            Novik 16 February 2014 01: 13
            0
            This I mean that there is no need to tell me about the "Chinese threat".
            Rather, an extraordinary meteorite flops on its head.
            "Then" they had the means, and now, probably even more so, to push through any defense and it is very painful to punish.
            Even if, suddenly, on our territory we swamthe whole world (we can even just bury nuclear mines on our territory), which we know will cease to exist.
        2. real
          real 16 February 2014 04: 27
          +1
          Mao was very right! He was a smart man! Good-neighborly relations with China irritate some citizens out of banal envy (instead of Mao there was Khrushchev, instead of Dan there was a hunchback, instead of Hu Jin Tao there was a drunkard, etc.).
      5. real
        real 16 February 2014 04: 42
        +1
        So the "patriots" right now will shout that there were no wars with Europe! Exclusively with China there were wars for 1000 years in a row !!! And to drive a wedge into a very hot comrades, even money is paid to someone for such propaganda ...
    2. real
      real 16 February 2014 04: 53
      0
      About the fact that the West will be sent, I agree !!!! As for China: alliances are always needed !!! - Even the great Rome, before starting another war, made alliances! Hannibal Barca, who had been curating for about 15 years in Italy (the Praetorium of Rome), would not have lasted a year without allies !!!
  19. skyil
    skyil 15 February 2014 12: 55
    +1
    Slow down, you’ll continue, and Putin strictly adheres to his rules. After the collapse, no one wanted to take on a just cause, they just robbed. Rapprochement with the East is possible as much as security for the country allows and if this is not taken into account, then we’ll go around again. So -patience and a little effort. Russia has always been distinguished by its developmental path, and there’s no one to change, it’s in our blood. With respect to all comments.
  20. alone
    alone 15 February 2014 13: 02
    -2
    The country must really be raised, and not dream of all sorts of pseudo-unions. Any union with donors does not strengthen the country !! AKTSIOMA
    1. polly
      polly 15 February 2014 23: 09
      0
      ACTION - what is it?
      1. polly
        polly 15 February 2014 23: 58
        0
        AXIOM (Greek. Αξίωμα) or what? winked
      2. real
        real 16 February 2014 04: 21
        0
        Malignant tumor ..................)))))))))))))))))))))))))
  21. habalog
    habalog 15 February 2014 13: 18
    +5
    First I wanted to put the article "+". But, on reflection, after rereading, I put "-". I will explain:

    I agree that liberal liberals and pro-Westerners are already sitting in the liver. One of the key conditions of the relationship - trust - the West is losing at a frantic speed.

    But why the new orientation somewhere? Why take someone's path? Yes, to develop relationships, wherever it will be beneficial, not forgetting morality. But we have our own way. We are one of the centers of human civilization as such. Here I agree with pahom54 and skyil.
    When implementing our own path, no one bothers us to agree with other countries on methods and rules of relations. Nothing prevents to draw useful experience of foreign states in solving any problems. But the coordinate system, like the reference point, we have our own.
  22. I think so
    I think so 15 February 2014 13: 54
    +2
    Well done! Good article. But ... to whom does the author charge? To the current leadership of Russia, which has been doing nothing REALLY for the good of the Russian people for almost 20 years. At the top, like idlers, muddleheads and outright thieves, they sit ... What is only the "epic" with Serdyukov ... The destruction of the army, the destruction of army educational institutions, the destruction of the command structure and mobilization principles and the structure of the army organization STEALING (!!! ) ... So what? DO NOT even PLANT (!!!). Empty appeals to conscience and clear indications that it (the leadership) endangers the DISAPPEARANCE OF THE SLAVIC CIVILIZATION mean nothing to them ... They have their own pocket closer ... Everything will continue in the same spirit until Russia is submerged into chaos like Ukraine and dismembered ... but this will not end either ... the last stage of the destruction of the freedom-loving (once) people will be the same as with the Indians - RESERVATIONS on their (!) Zaml ... and gradual disappearance ...
    1. T-73
      T-73 15 February 2014 20: 33
      +2
      Quote: I think so
      Good article. But ... to whom does the author take it? To the current leadership of Russia, which for almost 20 years has not really done anything for the good of the Russian people. At the top like loafers sat, idiot and outright thieves

      There have already been written about the "father of peoples". His methods of raising the country were very effective. Out of the devastation and civil war, our people proved everything and everyone after 20 years of its leadership. I am not a Stalinist. But time puts everything in place. In the 90s, we really came to a civil war. Moreover, it has already been paid for. Now we are holding the Olympics in that (essentially) region from which Russia was supposed to break out. Agree, this is not what the West paid for. Putin is more flexible, but most importantly, the times are not the same. Yes, our "elite" must be dealt with differently. Who would know how? How to rake these Augean stables? We need to withdraw money from the West. But not assets at all. Medvedev as a true liberal bolva..n keeps repeating about some mythical investments? As they said before: HE IS DUR ... TO OR A TRAITOR? Who is happy with such a big country becoming strong? She needs to be milked, but we don't even milk.
  23. Koronik
    Koronik 15 February 2014 14: 34
    +2
    Well done! Good article. But ... to whom does the author take it? To the current leadership of Russia, which for almost 20 years has not really done anything for the good of the Russian people.
    Eagle! How simple, but it does nothing, and that's it, and gentlemen are so "worried" that what is not being done in Ukraine, Moldova, etc. NOT WANTED !!!
  24. x.andvlad
    x.andvlad 15 February 2014 14: 41
    +3
    Quote: vanaheym
    But what bad thing did Brzezinski personally do to you? He is a citizen of his country and draws all conclusions to its usefulness.

    He is a citizen of a parasite country, which does not shun any dirt for the sake of its rule. And it cannot last forever - there will be reckoning!
    1. real
      real 16 February 2014 04: 19
      0
      Reckoning is near !!!!!
  25. Evgeniy-111
    Evgeniy-111 15 February 2014 14: 56
    0
    Another thing would be to deal with a part of our "artistic elite" (or "bohemians"), otherwise they are completely exhausted:
    http://mirtesen.ru/url?e=pad_click&pad_page=2&blog_post_id=43865687169
  26. assam4
    assam4 15 February 2014 15: 02
    +1
    Quote: siberalt
    The article is encouraging. It is necessary to increase the pace of liberoid stripping.

    Who will clean out? If the monument is erected to the Gaidar, while Medvedev makes eulogies.
  27. shtanko.49
    shtanko.49 15 February 2014 15: 12
    +3
    Quote: Civil
    That is, Asian authoritarianism is closer to us? Is our Eastern dictator father everything? Under the anti-gay sauce we hang noodles about the fact that people do not need to manage the state and wealth of the country? Uzbekistan is an ideal of the state.

    I doubt that the people in this country of gangster, corrupt capitalism will be allowed to govern. Long live Socialism and down with the liberals of the capsystem.
  28. sawmill
    sawmill 15 February 2014 15: 32
    +2
    Reading the articles in which the authors urge us not to go along the western path, always very carefully look for in these articles the recipes of an alternative, our, correct, rational way. And I find only the corrosive grumbling in the direction of the west. Compatriots, but to hell with him this damn west.
    Understand that the denial of the Western path of development in itself does not give us the right path.
    Here the author writes:

    Is there today an alternative to the way in which Russia was led from the end of 80-s - from the moment when our country was still part of another state, and from the moment when irreversible processes started? There is always an alternative, and today this alternative, perhaps more than ever, is perfectly visible. Alternatively, without losing sight of perturbations in the West, focus on the Asia-Pacific region (APR), use the experience of these most dynamically developing world territories today, and rely on the support of those states of the region that have recently expressed on most economic and political issues with Russia solidary position. The consolidation of all those forces in the post-Soviet space that do not aim their activities at the disengagement, do not base their policies on outright Russophobia, do not implement someone’s ideas of controlled or uncontrollable regional chaos should be a significant component of such a policy. Forces in the expanses of the former USSR, aimed at a truly fruitful cooperation, enough.

    That is, according to the author, the alternative path of development of our country is this: without losing sight of what kind of perturbations somewhere to navigate there ??
    Well, neither can it be the direction of the country's development, there is no thought behind these words, it is just a shell without content.

    The development path of the country is the answer to key questions:
    Form of government - the president, parliament, monarch, dictator, shaman, leader, Sansy, etc.
    The national question is whether we are Russians, Ukrainians, Tatars, Bashkirs, Evenks, or we, as it were, now ... Russians
    Religion
    Form of ownership
    Management system

    And this is not in this article, so I scolded the West, under the rating collected, for denouncing the liberals and normalek ...
    Tired of reading slogans: sovereign democracy, socially oriented market economy, parliamentarism, social responsibility of business, etc., etc.
    It is necessary to determine in whose hands the subsoil, the means of production, who makes decisions at all levels and how these decision makers get there.
  29. Sergey S.
    Sergey S. 15 February 2014 15: 32
    0
    Quote: Civil
    That is, Asian authoritarianism is closer to us? Is our Eastern dictator father everything? Under the anti-gay sauce we hang noodles about the fact that people do not need to manage the state and wealth of the country? Uzbekistan is an ideal of the state.

    He even responded to the comment assuming that the author could be explained something objective and important.

    I just want to draw the attention of the audience to a vivid example of the wretched propaganda of Western values.
    With the internal inconsistency of these very values, with a negative perception of what is happening, and, most importantly, with the obvious aggressiveness of the bearers of these "values", we are pushed to compare ours, I emphasize. our aspirations with the worst, and sometimes invented terrible, social vices.

    It is as if, not in a rush, the people govern the state, or maybe in Paris in the city center are Orthodox churches and mosques.
    Or not in the European Union, immigrants are first shot, then they are given the status of a second-rate person.
    And only in the European Union go openly with a fascist swastika under the protection of the police.

    And for all this they pay with other (working) countries wrappers with Masonic symbols and deceitful faces.

    It’s annoying that the concept of freedom is now divorced from the concept of honor,
    wealth is divorced from justice
    and success is divorced from valor.

    And this is the last. what else can be found in Russia, those who have long forgotten about honor, justice and valor are trying to slander and belittle.

    PS
    For those who are especially dull, this is not about some French, British and Americans, this is about France, Britain, Sasha.
  30. Dmitry Toderes
    Dmitry Toderes 15 February 2014 15: 35
    +3
    Everything is correct. But at the same time, the identity of the Russian World must be maintained. Russia is a special region - not Asia, not Europe, but Eurasia. Trust but verify. Development and cooperation on the one hand and quiet buildup of military power on the other.
  31. Sergey S.
    Sergey S. 15 February 2014 15: 50
    +1
    Quote: shark
    You need to kill liberal in yourself. Then it can be cured. With any dictatorship, an ordinary person lives a million times better than with democracy. Dictatorship is a path to progress in production, engineering, shipbuilding and much more. Yes, of course there is some stagnation in the sphere gallant sciences. But personally, I don’t see anything terrible if all theatrical critics of Russia suddenly die in one day. I don’t see everything ..

    1. Not with any dictatorship, society is developing progressively.
    If this is a dictatorship of money - this is liberal democracy - the worst that is proposed in the form of democracy.
    If this is a dictatorship of injustice, then it is most likely a fascism in which ideas can differ, and the result is very detailed, and we are well aware.
    Only the dictatorship of science is the foundation of what provides the path to progress.
    And Stalin is not an oriental-type dictator, but a strategist still not understood.

    Where did you see the eastern dictator who personally wrote multivolume collections of works on social sciences. Today, much of what he wrote is already outdated, but the fact that he scientifically understood the world of the 1930s cannot be taken away from him.

    In short.
    If Stalin and the dictator, it is because of the fact that he forced to comply with the laws of historical development, the requirements of technological processes, .... Ohm's law and the multiplication table.
    1. real
      real 16 February 2014 04: 18
      0
      Under the dictatorship of the eastern type is meant unity of command (autocracy in the Russian context).
  32. voliador
    voliador 15 February 2014 15: 59
    +3
    One of these gentlemen warms - they still have “their own people” in the Russian elite.

    And everyone knows what kind of people they are, but it’s not clear why they still haven’t been kicked in the ass? Maybe because the one who needs to make this kick himself has a lot of these people?
    1. real
      real 16 February 2014 04: 15
      0
      Because Stalin didn’t immediately write a kick to Trotsky !!! Political realities did not allow ... right away .....
  33. Sergey S.
    Sergey S. 15 February 2014 16: 01
    +2
    Quote: vanaheym
    But what bad thing did Brzezinski personally do to you? He is a citizen of his country and draws all conclusions to its usefulness. Now, if he were our former, then we could call a bastard.

    To some extent true, but ...
    If Stalin controlled Sasha, Brzezinski would have already been repressed.
    For being a good short-range strategist, he completely failed a long-term policy.
    Thus, as a result of the "victory" over "communism", real communism has become a world factory and very soon will repeatedly overlap the Western world in consumer goods.
    Having won the Cold War. Sashka had to multiply the military budget, because the number of enemies and the real danger increased unpredictably and significantly.

    so there would be more of such hawks as advisers to American presidents, and there you look, the framework of perestroika will have to start ...
  34. Sergey S.
    Sergey S. 15 February 2014 16: 03
    +1
    Quote: assam4
    Quote: siberalt
    The article is encouraging. It is necessary to increase the pace of liberoid stripping.

    Who will clean out? If the monument is erected to the Gaidar, while Medvedev makes eulogies.


    This was specially set him up so that in the election it would not occur to anyone to vote for the young and ....
    1. yur
      yur 15 February 2014 20: 38
      +2
      Quote: Sergey S.
      It was he who was specially framed so that in the election it would not occur to anyone to vote for the young and
      B-rr, who would it occur to vote for the not very young and obviously not on friendly terms with the head (and over time it is already clear to many) "the lord of time and light bulbs" !?
  35. Sergey S.
    Sergey S. 15 February 2014 16: 06
    0
    Quote: Novik
    The Russia-China-Germany Union, this is possibly a new era in the development of mankind, without the hegemony of the United States and the dollar.
    Naturally, "something" does not want to allow this.


    Instead of Germany, Belarus, Transnistria, and Vietnam would be more appropriate. ... even Mongolia.
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    2. real
      real 16 February 2014 04: 13
      +1
      Belarus, Vietnam and Mongolia together, yes, far to Germany !!! Why exchange money ???????????????
  36. parus2nik
    parus2nik 15 February 2014 16: 14
    0
    The alternative is ... That’s what to do with theft
  37. paxpet
    paxpet 15 February 2014 16: 41
    0
    About thirty years ago, to record a song on a disc (disk), the work of many people of different professions was required. Today, thanks to computer technology, every talented person will be able to do this alone without leaving home.
    When the time comes when any official will become accessible to any person for punishment, no matter what fences and guards he is hiding behind, that is, when each person will have a button that can hit the bastard official in the range from light impact to complete destruction, then complete justice will come! Colt will equalize everyone!
  38. polkownik1
    polkownik1 15 February 2014 16: 58
    0
    "... One thing warms these gentlemen - they still have" their own people "in the Russian upper echelons. And if there are such people, then there will be a dollar bank of" security "for now, to be the administration of oligarchic interests in the economic policy of Russia, to clarify interethnic interfaith relations ... "
    It's strange: we constantly reiterate about freedom of speech, but we are embarrassed to talk about specific people. Guess, they say, yourself ... "There are people" - it's all the same, as they used to say at party meetings "There is an opinion." You have to understand: as long as these people are not named by name, they are invulnerable!
  39. tundra
    tundra 15 February 2014 17: 21
    +1
    Oh, God forbid, God forbid .... Well, damn it’s a little old, how can I help .... but how are we ..... in due time .... don’t believe those who are younger, don’t believe ... pid ... am.
  40. tundra
    tundra 15 February 2014 17: 25
    0
    P .... they will stay with them ..... And you are young, healthy, MEN ... And you will LOVE BAB and RUSSIA our MATUSHA.
  41. Novik
    Novik 15 February 2014 17: 43
    +2
    Quote: pahom54
    We need the USSR as a cash cow. While milking - we are friends "...

    The USSR was "milked" (or rather, we spent our people's funds and resources on it) -Asia, Africa, Latin America.
    Oh, "if only" all the money spent would be spent on the development and improvement of the welfare of the Soviet people ... sad
    They made a fatal mistake.
    The way of life in the USSR was to be the best, the best, in the whole world.
    The USSR had to show by its example what a "Soviet man" can achieve.
    The "Soviet way of life", not the American one, was supposed to be the most popular in the world.
    Everyone else would have pulled themselves up.
    In pursuit of a dream, they forgot about the human factor.
    - by inertia, they thought, - “nails would be made of these people, there would not be stronger nails in the world”.
    And people were just tired and wanted to live better.
    People can raise ideas and slogans, but you cannot force them to live only with them.
    Thirdly, I did not directly call China the enemy of Russia.

    According to the generally accepted "presumption of innocence," until proven otherwise, Chinafriend.
    and hereafter ... In general, GEOPOLITICS and GEOSTRATEGY will come into play here

    Who knows. request
    Russia should be ready to any development events.
  42. 020205
    020205 15 February 2014 19: 01
    +4
    Guys, what’s that, huh ... that? I’m talking about hockey, I'm sorry of course that’s off topic, there’s not enough evil, I watched the match in shock, the judge judges the match Russia-I, I would have broken this stick for this referee on Ovechkin’s head .Here is their bestial nature of sales. There are no words, only mates. They didn’t delete a good word about the United States and their judges, I think I'm not the only one who will say that, here I agree with Kadyrov more than ever: the judge is corrupt ...
    1. Ptah
      Ptah 15 February 2014 19: 05
      +1
      Quote: 020205
      Here is their bestial nature of selling. There are no words some mats

      It turned out that the gate was moved by "some third force." laughing
      And by the same "force" they were installed in place ... fool

      It is necessary to find out the citizenship of "this force" ...
      Would yell to the whole audience until the end of the match - "Sudyu off top.ku"
    2. Novik
      Novik 15 February 2014 19: 18
      +1
      Quote: 020205
      Guys, what’s that, huh ... that? I’m talking about hockey, I'm sorry of course that’s off topic, there’s not enough evil, I watched the match in shock, the judge judges the match Russia-I, I would have broken this stick for this referee on Ovechkin’s head .Here is their bestial nature of sales. There are no words, only mates. They didn’t delete a good word about the United States and their judges, I think I'm not the only one who will say that, here I agree with Kadyrov more than ever: the judge is corrupt ...

      It was an interesting game.
      But they lost.
      It's a shame - annoying, but you need to live on.
  43. 020205
    020205 15 February 2014 19: 22
    0
    Quote: Ptah
    We need to find out the citizenship of "this force" ..

    And then you don’t need to find out anything, this third force on the site was evident she skated in white and black uniform, he is an American citizen
  44. Novik
    Novik 15 February 2014 19: 24
    +1
    It's no secret that everyone is waiting for the end of the Olympics.
    Too many other, more important problems have accumulated.
    ... and Vladimir Putin is more resolute and "angrier" (? - surgeons, by default - "evil"?) will be ...
  45. 020205
    020205 15 February 2014 19: 26
    +2
    Quote: Novik
    It's no secret that everyone is waiting for the end of the Olympics.
    Too many other, more important problems have accumulated.
    ... and Vladimir Putin will be meaner ...

    This is all the tenth matter, for now ... While we have the Olympic Games at home, and in the presence of Vladimir Vladimirovich we were dipped in ...
    1. polkownik1
      polkownik1 15 February 2014 20: 30
      0
      And while the Kremlin bureaucrat Ivanov persuades us to dive into these feces in silence! He immediately appeared on TV and without a shadow of doubt in the actions of the American referee said that "... nothing, sport is sport ..." !!!!!!! This is how they are losing ground to Russia.
      1. matross
        matross 15 February 2014 21: 42
        +1
        The gates were moved. In a replay, anyone with eyes can see it. No need to tear shirts. We had to win. But we are out of luck. It's not over yet. We will root for our tomorrow with the Slovaks! By the way, we are already in 3rd place in the general medallion !!! good
        1. Ptah
          Ptah 15 February 2014 22: 31
          +2
          Quote: matRoss
          In a replay, anyone with eyes can see it. No need to tear shirts.

          That's not the question.
          1. The first goal was scored by Amer ridge, well, the game! Highly controversial. But then they didn’t grind for a long time ....
          2. The goal was moved - a medical fact, so the goal was not counted correctly.
          But the goalkeeper moved the goal with his foot and hand for 11 seconds before.
          What is there by the rules ....

          1

          1. stalkerwalker
            stalkerwalker 16 February 2014 00: 57
            +2
            Quote: Ptah
            What is there by the rules ....

            One strange rule - to put on the game the chief judge of a compatriot of one of the teams fellow
            I don’t know how and with whom, but I got the impression that the Americans went to the game as a decisive battle, with the motivation “Let's break the Russians”, just like the Canadians in “Legede No. 17”.
          2. real
            real 16 February 2014 04: 06
            +2
            The classic case of double standards! They don’t know how to do it anymore! They simply don’t understand that everything will turn against them (at least in this sporting case).
  46. T-73
    T-73 15 February 2014 19: 33
    +2
    Quote: 020205
    we were dipped in ... ficalia

    do they really think that all the rest, who are nematras, come from banana republics and they are the navels of the earth? Need to do something. In the Olympic village, by the way, there is a cemetery. Can I quietly dig in this Americanoski judge? How recently deceased ... grandmother for example? The indigenous Sochi will be at the same time. Or their fellow countryman. Here's how to look. It is clear that, most likely, our guys will not ... yell, but such open rudeness and neglect should not remain like a spit without consequences. And maybe it's time for a girlfriend to talk to them?
  47. 020205
    020205 15 February 2014 20: 00
    +1
    Quote: T-73
    Can I quietly dig in this Americanoski judge?

    It should not be tricked, but lynched n @ for
  48. Sergey S.
    Sergey S. 15 February 2014 20: 19
    +2
    Quote: parus2nik
    The alternative is ... That’s what to do with theft

    Do not steal.
    1. Novik
      Novik 15 February 2014 21: 43
      0
      Quote: Sergey S.
      Do not steal.


      1. God is one and there are no other gods besides him.

      2. Do not make idols for yourself, do not worship and do not serve them.

      3. Do not mention the name of God in vain.

      4. Work for six days, and the seventh day to God.

      5. Honor your father and mother.

      6. Thou shalt not kill.

      7. Do not commit adultery.

      8. Thou shalt not steal.

      9. Do not bear false witness.

      10. Do not desire that which belongs to your neighbor.

      fellow

      And twice, not only not to steal, but also not to wish
      smile
  49. Novik
    Novik 15 February 2014 21: 47
    0
    or ?
    1. I am the Lord your God, may you have no other gods besides Me.

    2. Do not make yourself an idol or any image of what is in the sky above, what is on the earth below and what is in the waters below the earth; do not worship and do not serve them.

    3. Do not take the name of the Lord your God in vain.

    4. Remember the day of rest in order to spend it holy; work for six days and do all your work in them, and the seventh day - the day of rest - may it be dedicated to the Lord your God.

    5. Honor your father and your mother so that you feel good and that you live on earth for a long time.

    6. Dont kill.

    7. Do not commit adultery.

    8. Do not steal.

    9. Do not bear false witness against your neighbor.

    10. Do not desire your neighbor’s wife and do not desire your neighbor’s house, neither his field, nor his slave, nor his slave ... nor all that belongs to your neighbor.
    What other options?
    Z.y
    By the way (?), There has long been a joke (?) Who was the very first communist ... wink
  50. Sid.74
    Sid.74 15 February 2014 21: 57
    +1
    People, well, stop swearing! Our 15 !!!! medals !!! 4 gold 6 silver and 5 bronze on the third command place we go laughing drinks