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Occupation without occupation



The Baltic states, which have completely lost a third of the population and their state sovereignty in the course of their absorption by the European Union, continue to amaze with “legal innovations”.

Following Lithuania, Latvia is preparing to adopt an article introducing criminal liability “for denying the Soviet occupation”.
“In Lithuania, this article is already in force and is even being applied. To hide the truth "
In January, 1991, during the "assault" of the television tower by the Alpha group and our army soldiers, civilians and one Alpha officer were killed. Blame hurried to lay on the army. But the fact is that during the investigation it was documented that all the victims of bullets received shots “from the top down”, while the military personnel moved from the bottom.
In addition, the soldiers did not receive live ammunition, and in tanks there were only singles. It was a colossal provocation, necessary, like today's "killed by" Berkut "on the Maidan," to stir up hysteria and compromise the authorities.

The victims of January 1991 of the year are today's foundations of an independent Lithuania. But the truth in Lithuania, no one needs.

When the Lithuanian politician Paleckis announced that provocateurs were shooting from rooftops on this day, he was tried and received a suspended sentence. Witnesses who claim that the troops did not shoot, but “unknown snipers” shot, are under pressure. Even though in 1991, people were killed from weapons, which was not in service with the army or special services.

Further история like a detective. In 1991, the investigation materials were transferred by the USSR Prosecutor’s Office to the Lithuanian Prosecutor’s Office. And since then, no one has seen these volumes. Lithuania refuses to give them for review. The investigation was never carried out. And the other day in Lithuania, a trial began in which more than 70 army officers and CPSU officials were accused of war crimes. That is, in the deaths of people in January 1991.

That is why we need an article about the ban on denying occupation. You say that it was not the soldiers who shot you - you get a sentence. You say that the soldiers did not have live ammunition and orders to use weapons - you deny the occupation. Again article and term.
After two decades, Lithuania suddenly decided to settle accounts with the officers who carried out the order. Why? To show officers of Ukraine today that they will be pursued through 20 for years. If they do not change the oath ...
This is in Lithuania. And Latvia followed in its footsteps: “The Legal Commission of the Seimas of Latvia on Tuesday approved amendments to legislation proposed by the ex-Minister of Justice Janis Bordans, which criminalize“ for denying the Soviet and Nazi occupation of the republic ”.

The government of Latvia believes that the republic was occupied by the USSR from the 1940 to the 1991 years. Russia strongly disagrees with this approach. At the moment in Latvia there is no penalty for denying the occupation. The amendments provide that public denial of aggression against Latvia, its justification and glorification may entail imprisonment for up to three years. ”

On this occasion, I want to say the following.

1. Latvia entered Russia "in three sessions", the first part - on the Peace of Nishtad with the Swedes under Peter the Great, in 1721 year. In 1772, according to the first partition of Poland, Latgale was annexed to Russia. The third part - Courland - was purchased in 1795, by Catherine the Great from the Duke of Courland. No one has ever contested these acquisitions of Russia. Before 1917, the state of Latvia never existed in the history of mankind, it never declared separation, did not have such a right according to the laws of the empire and was recognized by the whole world as an integral part of the Russian Empire. Conclusion: Latvia’s withdrawal from Russia is illegal by 100%.
2. Independent Latvia was created on the basis of a treaty with Lenin and the Bolsheviks in 1920. That is, for this, the Bolsheviks-the legitimate authority. When the same Bolsheviks, but already under Stalin, and Latvia returned to Russia-the USSR, for some reason this should be considered illegal.
3. The term "occupation" has a clear legal interpretation. And it implies being in a state of war. That is, in the course of hostilities and the declaration of war, one country occupies another. That is, the word “occupation” cannot and should not be used arbitrarily. Like any other legal terms.

4. The entry of Latvia into the USSR was as follows. October 5 Latvia 1939 signed a mutual assistance agreement with the USSR. According to this document, military bases of the USSR were created in the territory of Latvia. Is there something "occupation" in this? If yes, then Latvia is still occupied by the USA, since foreign troops are located on its territory.

(In passing: having signed the same agreement with the USSR, “Lithuania received the territory of Vilna (present Vilnius) in the Vilnius region (6 656 sq. Km) with a population of about half a million people, among whom Lithuanians made up no more than 20%.” joining the USSR. Not after, but before!)

In the summer of 1940, the Soviet Union, within the framework of treaties with the Baltic states, introduced additional troops into their territory. What for? Then, that near - in Poland and almost all of Europe - was Hitler, and the German troops could be on the territory of the Baltic States.

The government of Latvia has authorized the introduction of additional Soviet troops. There were no fighting. There was no resistance, nobody defended “independent Latvia”. War is not declared. No one was arrested and missed.
After the introduction of troops, new elections were held, and (approximately in a month) the new government asked to accept Latvia in the USSR.
“A common mistake is the idea that the Communists participated in the elections. This is not true. A number of various organizations united in three countries into the so-called Unions of the Working People. This is not the same as the communist parties, because these blocks included trade union organizations, youth associations — naturally, this unified platform was attractive to many voters ... According to the results of the elections held in three 14 – 15 countries in July, the candidates of the Unions working people received 93% of votes in Estonia, 99% in Lithuania, 97,8% in Latvia ... Despite the violations and lack of alternative, these elections were more democratic than all previous elections in the Baltic States. This is confirmed by voter turnout, their activity: in Estonia, for example, voter turnout in 1940 was higher than 1938 in 33% (!) ”.

(In passing: the Latvian army was not disbanded, but on a par with the armies of Estonia and Lithuania was reorganized into separate corps and in this form reached 22 June 1941 of the year. I do not know how the Latvian corps, but the Estonians even had a different form than the Red Army.)

5. There was no capture and hostilities; everything took place within the framework of the law, which means that there was no occupation of the Baltic states. It was an incorporation in the USSR, interrupted by Nazi aggression. In 1945, the USSR defeated the aggressor and restored its territorial integrity.

Incorporation. Entry That is the term now used by the Balts themselves.

And not only they, but also their older "comrades."

"US Congress: We have never recognized the incorporation of the Baltic states in the USSR

10.12.2010

On Tuesday, December 7, the US House of Representatives approved a resolution congratulating the Baltic States on the 20 anniversary of the restoration of independence and urged the US President to continue to strengthen relations and actively cooperate with Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, reports DELFI.

The resolution notes that the United States has never recognized the incorporation of the Baltic countries into the Soviet Union. The congressmen note that, despite the repressions carried out in Soviet times against the people of Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia, the belief in freedom and independence in these nations has not been destroyed. ”

6. Latvia and the other Baltic states were not democracies.
“Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania during the 20 years of their existence were not democratic states. Suffice it to recall that the formation of statehood in these countries took place in 1918 under the conditions of German occupation.
In 30-s. here authoritarian regimes were established, often referred to in the literature as “presidential dictatorships” (Konstantin Päts in Estonia, Karlis Ulmanis in Latvia and Antanas Smetona in Lithuania) with censorship so familiar to us, the prohibition of political parties, the “personality cult” (the Latvian press, for example , proclaimed Ulmanis "the greatest figure of Europe" and "twice a genius") ...

Is the “unconstitutional” argument, and therefore the illegitimate change of political regimes in the Baltic countries in July 1940, strong, if the leaders of these states didn’t rule according to constitutions for a long time? ”

The conclusion is simple: attempts to rewrite the history that we see from the West and the Baltic states are easily broken down into historical facts. Therefore, Latvia, following Lithuania, is in a hurry to cover this negative work with an article of the Criminal Code.

I think that the Russian authorities are unacceptably mildly dealing with those countries that insult the memory of our soldiers and allow themselves to be so unfriendly. Russia has every opportunity to punish those who do not respect it peacefully, by purely economic methods.

But time will put everything in its place ...
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  1. Mature naturalist
    Mature naturalist 14 February 2014 15: 56
    +68
    Moreover, it is desirable that this be at the state level.
    1. Ingvar 72
      Ingvar 72 14 February 2014 16: 05
      +26
      Quote: Mature Naturalist
      so that it is at the state level.

      We are deprived of this opportunity; Onishchenko did not fit into the framework of the WTO. Moreover, not beloved DAM shoved us there, but Vova. And although some continue tearing to assert that the WTO is necessary for us, at least kill me, I do not see any advantages. hi
      1. Vadivak
        Vadivak 14 February 2014 17: 19
        +11
        Quote: Ingvar 72
        We need the WTO, at least kill me, I don’t see any advantages.


        It’s good there, but we don’t need to go there

        A major scandal erupted in Denmark around the capital's zoo a few days ago, in front of visitors, among whom were children, its employees shot and killed the giraffe Marius, butchered and then fed him to the lions.
        1. Ingvar 72
          Ingvar 72 14 February 2014 17: 41
          +15
          Quote: Vadivak
          shot the giraffe Marius,

          Looked, Vadim. hi . Even ours laughing Kadyrov agreed to take him to the Grozny Zoo. But the lions found it more necessary to see the meat. Like children, an unforgettable sight.
          1. Ingvar 72
            Ingvar 72 14 February 2014 17: 51
            -1
            I will allow myself freedom, I will transfer the comment I like from bottom to top.
            Quote: corn
            From the fact that we will compete in the comments, who is better offended by the Baltic states is unlikely that anything will change, but will only show the level of our education.
            And let Mr. Starikov write similar articles for the Balts, I think they do not go to this site, with the exception of a small part nostalgic for the USSR.
            When I was a lieutenant in the mid-70s, I had a conversation with a Lithuanian soldier, with a secondary technical education, from Vilnius, who claimed that the Soviets had captured free Lithuania.
            Asked him questions, if not for the Soviets, would he have received secondary specialized education? the answer is negative; who would he be? the answer is a laborer; the answer to the question about his wife is this: she would not be my wife, because she-pani, by origin, would be much higher on the social ladder. To my question, why do you feel bad Advice? got the answer: The Soviets still captured free Lithuania.
            Probably we, a large nation, will never understand the small nations, but this does not give us the right to openly express our neglect. And we can forgive them for this, and not try to how Starikov earn on this popularity, which ultimately turns into mani.

            If you want to add an author, find him below.
            1. siberalt
              siberalt 14 February 2014 18: 38
              +10
              Yeah! The poisoner of the wells, he is so small, thin and miserable, but we are so big and there are so many of us .... So we forgive him and let him go.
              1. Ingvar 72
                Ingvar 72 14 February 2014 19: 49
                +7
                Quote: siberalt
                So forgive him and let him go.

                Forgiveness is not necessary, but paying too much attention to them will be a lot of honor. So we recognize them as equal. It is not good for a lion to be distracted by jackals. The time will come - stamp your foot.
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            3. I am
              I am 14 February 2014 22: 57
              +2
              It’s not totally accidental Ingvar from Saratov, who worked at the Gagarin State Pedagogical University named after Gagarin .... or I saw him from a distance, and you can compose his affairs odes or write volumes according to the Criminal Code ........
              1. Ingvar 72
                Ingvar 72 15 February 2014 09: 02
                +3
                Quote: I am
                It’s not totally accidental Ingvar from Saratov

                No, Stasia, not the one. Tolyatinsky we. And the administrator in his life worked only once, and even then, in the parking lot. laughing
                1. I am
                  I am 16 February 2014 01: 49
                  +1
                  Well, thank God. and then I was already scared))))))))))) I thought the enemies began to surround. Then everything is in order)))))))))) I apologize for the indiscreet question-and-run)))))
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            4. fennekRUS
              fennekRUS 15 February 2014 11: 29
              +1
              there is such a variety ... which the mind does not heed ... tantrums are called. poke them in the nose-white, but no-squealing that black.
            5. CALL.
              CALL. 15 February 2014 14: 52
              +1
              And we can forgive it for them, and not try, how Starikov earn on this popularity,

              Of course, we could forgive this, but I'm afraid that following the recognition of the fact of occupation, Lithuania will file a financial lawsuit for us for the occupation. There has been talk about this for a long time, and numbers are also called. The last figure is $ 20 billion. But the appetite comes with eating, and the bill after. And if this scam burns out in Lithuania, then others will trample behind it.
              1. stalkerwalker
                stalkerwalker 15 February 2014 15: 23
                +2
                Quote: Z.O.V.
                but I am afraid that following the recognition of the fact of the occupation, Lithuania will file a financial lawsuit against us for the occupation. There has been talk about this for a long time, and numbers are also called.

                "The fact of occupation" is a product of "internal consumption" of Latvia. Russia can boldly, and on more compelling grounds (no one in their right mind will deny the fact that Latvian national formations inflicted damage on the territory of the Latvian SSR, the Byelorussian SSR, as well as the RSFSR, both material and moral) sue for indemnity, both this was done with Finland.
                1. CALL.
                  CALL. 15 February 2014 16: 23
                  +1
                  Quote: stalkerwalker
                  file a claim for indemnity, as was done with Finland

                  The contribution was taken under Stalin, then there was a different situation. He recognized the Strasbourg court of Russia as guilty of the execution of Poles in Katyn, on the grounds that our Duma recognized (NOT) it. And behind this, the Poles are already writing a lawsuit. And that some have it.
                  1. stalkerwalker
                    stalkerwalker 15 February 2014 17: 26
                    +2
                    Quote: Z.O.V.
                    He recognized the Strasbourg court of Russia as guilty of the execution of Poles in Katyn, on the grounds that our Duma recognized (NOT) it. And behind this, the Poles are already writing a lawsuit.

                    That's why he and Strasbourg .... laughing
                    The European Court of Human Rights (?) Sent the Poles ... And the motivation is simple - the lack of documents confirming the plaintiff’s rightness.
                    And, of course, "... every chronicler writes history to please the existing ruler ..." laughing
                    Latvians, like their neighbors, can count whatever they want. it is part of the national propaganda for "domestic consumption".
          2. stalkerwalker
            stalkerwalker 14 February 2014 17: 51
            +9
            Quote: Ingvar 72
            . But the lions found it more necessary to see the meat.

            Starving
            Quote: Ingvar 72
            Like children, an unforgettable sight.

            It never came to me - how can IT be shown to CHILDREN?
            1. saxa2103
              saxa2103 15 February 2014 10: 05
              0
              Why didn’t I understand, IT was shown to children ??
          3. avg
            avg 14 February 2014 18: 02
            +7
            Quote: Ingvar 72
            But the lions found it more necessary to see the meat. Like children, an unforgettable sight.

            After children's programs on TV with the characters "piss" and "poop", and sex lessons in a school and a school, it is already difficult to surprise children with anything else.
          4. Flooding
            Flooding 14 February 2014 18: 07
            +5
            Quote: Ingvar 72
            Looked, Vadim. Even our Kadyrov agreed to take him to the Grozny Zoo. But the lions found it more necessary to see the meat. Like children, an unforgettable sight.

            No, Kadyrov and the Zapashny brothers are threatening to shelter the second Marius. The first was killed in Copenhagen. They want to put the second on cutlets in Videbek.
            1. Ingvar 72
              Ingvar 72 14 February 2014 18: 26
              0
              Quote: Flood
              threaten to shelter already the second Marius

              And I thought about the already dead. request
          5. EvilLion
            EvilLion 14 February 2014 18: 49
            -22%
            In China, they would simply have thrown the lions, and they know their business. But in general, for lions, I do not mind the giraffe, they are generally stupid giraffes.
            1. Ingvar 72
              Ingvar 72 14 February 2014 19: 53
              +25
              Quote: EvilLion
              Giraffes are generally dumb.

              I met more stupid people than giraffes. But even so, they do not pretend to have intelligence, again, unlike some people. wink
            2. saxa2103
              saxa2103 15 February 2014 10: 10
              0
              however, EvilLion you suggested a scenario to the golondos how to soak the giraffe more cynical, as if you do not mind the giraffe ...
          6. AVV
            AVV 14 February 2014 21: 02
            +1
            Quote: Ingvar 72
            Quote: Vadivak
            shot the giraffe Marius,

            Looked, Vadim. hi . Even ours laughing Kadyrov agreed to take him to the Grozny Zoo. But the lions found it more necessary to see the meat. Like children, an unforgettable sight.

            Kadyrov is going to pick up the second giraffe, which is waiting for the same democratic procedures !!! Soon, non-citizens will also be carved !!!
            1. stalkerwalker
              stalkerwalker 14 February 2014 21: 38
              +2
              Quote: AVV
              Quote: Ingvar 72
              Quote: Vadivak
              shot the giraffe Marius,
              Looked, Vadim. . Even our Kadyrov agreed to take him to the Grozny Zoo. But the lions found it more necessary to see the meat. Like children, an unforgettable sight.
              Kadyrov is going to pick up the second giraffe, which is waiting for the same democratic procedures !!! Soon, non-citizens will also be carved !!!

              Note - 20 years ago, a similar article about a giraffe for many of us wasn’t something that we wouldn’t even notice.
              Growing gentlemen, comrades ...
          7. huginn
            huginn 15 February 2014 13: 15
            +1
            This, incidentally, is the second giraffe, the first was killed in Copenhagen, the second is not yet in Videbeck. In general, the Danes are cruel people, which is just worth killing dolphins in the Faroe Islands for fun. It is believed that by performing this rite, the boys become real men .. h ** p: //www.youtube.com/watch? V = rK_EnuzQ0YU
          8. skeptic-
            skeptic- 15 February 2014 14: 30
            +1
            Quote: Ingvar 72
            Like children, an unforgettable sight.


            What did you want different in the countries of reviving fascism.
        2. Alex 241
          Alex 241 14 February 2014 18: 10
          +9
          Quote: Vadivak
          A major scandal erupted in Denmark around the capital's zoo a few days ago, in front of visitors, among whom were children, its employees shot and killed the giraffe Marius, butchered and then fed him to the lions.
          S..ki, animals, shoot the Bosko themselves !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    2. Cherdak
      Cherdak 14 February 2014 16: 18
      +15
      Ilves Toomas Hendrik: ... a look turned under our feet does not allow us to see Estonia’s goals on the horizon. Continuing in the same spirit, we can make ourselves - both the state and the people - even smaller than we really are.

      And is this the leader of the state?
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      2. Stalker
        Stalker 14 February 2014 16: 31
        +5
        And is this the leader of the state?

        Where is the general panorama? Who is behind him in the point aspen stuffs? good lol laughing
        1. Geisenberg
          Geisenberg 14 February 2014 17: 46
          +4
          Quote: Stalker
          And is this the leader of the state?

          Where is the general panorama? Who is behind him in the point aspen stuffs? good lol laughing


          Why immediately count? He is a normal European ...
        2. DEfindER
          DEfindER 14 February 2014 18: 22
          +14
          Quote: Stalker
          Where is the general panorama? Who is behind him in the point aspen stuffs?

          The policy of Europe does not change from century to century, and it will probably never reach the Estonians ..
      3. Denis
        Denis 14 February 2014 16: 35
        +5
        The state is even too much for them, or rather, the muddy sect.
      4. Hs487
        Hs487 14 February 2014 16: 54
        +6
        Quote: Cherdak
        And is this the leader of the state?

        What are you surprised at? Which state, such a leader
        1. dmitrij.blyuz
          dmitrij.blyuz 14 February 2014 17: 08
          +5
          Urgently replace L with P.
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    4. Stalker
      Stalker 14 February 2014 16: 25
      +7
      Moreover, it is desirable that this be at the state level.

      We do not sell goods from Estonian (Here the spelling is more correct) !! yes good
    5. Geisenberg
      Geisenberg 14 February 2014 17: 45
      +2
      Quote: Mature Naturalist
      Moreover, it is desirable that this be at the state level.


      All Baltic problems are solved in one night. I have said more than once, and I repeat that if every non-citizen of the Baltic states simply and without sabbath destroys one citizen, then in the morning these countries will become quite normal, without any national distortions and Nazi tricks.
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      2. Bezz
        Bezz 14 February 2014 18: 11
        +1
        Quote: Geisenberg
        All Baltic problems are solved in one night. I have said more than once, and I repeat that if every non-citizen of the Baltic states simply and without sabbath destroys one citizen, then in the morning these countries will become quite normal, without any national distortions and Nazi tricks.

        Is it all right with your head? Better sane enemies than such allies. And then they are offended that the level of goodwill towards Russia is declining, even here. After such statements, you do not know what to think about Russia.
        1. arane
          arane 14 February 2014 22: 49
          +1
          Do not pay attention, rarely, but here too ... uh, in general there are inadequate
      3. S_mirnov
        S_mirnov 14 February 2014 18: 17
        +4
        Quote: Geisenberg
        I have said more than once, and I repeat that if every non-citizen of the Baltic states simply and without sabbath destroys one citizen, then in the morning these countries will become quite normal,

        This is called a popular riot. When the initiative comes not from above from the government, but from below from the masses. For this development of events it is necessary that each person regains self-awareness and self-identification. This situation is very dangerous for anti-people’s authorities, therefore the Soviet system of education is being destroyed, the general level of education of the people is decreasing. The length of the working day is increased so that less time is left for self-awareness.

        Having read the title of the article, I thought that it would be written about Russia, but no! Another message on the topic - look how bad it is, we still have nothing, you can tolerate it, so bear it, otherwise it will be bad as they have!
        For those who want to emerge from the media matrix a bit, I recommend viewing:
        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GUxem7BgNHU
        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmIkm2y-qyg
        Fairly adjusts the brain!
        1. stalkerwalker
          stalkerwalker 14 February 2014 19: 54
          +6
          Quote: S_mirnov
          Fairly adjusts the brain!

          This is not difficult to notice in your work. laughing
          1. S_mirnov
            S_mirnov 15 February 2014 00: 16
            -2
            Quote: stalkerwalker
            This is not difficult to notice in your work.

            I did not expect from you something smart and constructive. sad You do not get distracted, watch TV, your lot is to discuss the problems of gays in Russia, the CIA on the Maidan, and the Olympics ... Do not waste time on meaningless Comments, because on TV there is House 2!
            1. stalkerwalker
              stalkerwalker 15 February 2014 01: 14
              +2
              Quote: S_mirnov
              You do not get distracted, watch TV, your lot is to discuss the problems of gays in Russia, the CIA on the Maidan, and the Olympics ... Do not waste time on meaningless Comments, because on TV there is House 2!

              And then I think - whoever got it under my bed, spying everything?
              The drummer admitted! laughing
              1. S_mirnov
                S_mirnov 15 February 2014 09: 53
                0
                Quote: stalkerwalker
                And then I think - whoever got it under my bed, spying everything?

                If it were, I would probably die of boredom! smile
                1. stalkerwalker
                  stalkerwalker 15 February 2014 12: 54
                  +1
                  Quote: S_mirnov
                  If it were, I would probably die of boredom!

                  Come on .... I have a young neighbor there sometimes hiding from her alcoholic husband laughing
      4. Tandar
        Tandar 14 February 2014 19: 50
        +3
        I am not a citizen, my wife is a citizen. Both are Russians. So what?
      5. stroporez
        stroporez 15 February 2014 05: 22
        0
        Chot very vividly recalled Colonel Vyshinsky, in the old days the acting commander of the 7th division ..... laughing
    6. self-propelled
      self-propelled 14 February 2014 18: 39
      +2
      Quote: Mature Naturalist
      Moreover, it is desirable that this be at the state level.

      but why worry about them. let them build a shitty geyrope. it is their right (and choice). and the flag with them. I am sure Russia will live without the Balts. the only thing that worries is the insatiable desire of some to follow the "European course". The Russian people are original, and do not need "guides" ... as for me ...
    7. cumastra1
      cumastra1 15 February 2014 07: 47
      +2
      You can introduce an article in the Criminal Code of Russia on the inadmissibility of a statement about the occupation of the Baltic countries. And pursue the corresponding squeaks including us congressmen
    8. cumastra1
      cumastra1 15 February 2014 07: 47
      0
      You can introduce an article in the Criminal Code of Russia on the inadmissibility of a statement about the occupation of the Baltic countries. And pursue the corresponding squeaks including us congressmen
    9. Max_Bauder
      Max_Bauder 15 February 2014 09: 47
      +2
      An ungrateful country, they lived close by for so many centuries, then when the Russians gave up the slack they separated, and the Tatars, their Kazan Khanate, had more rights to independence, for example, than these "woodpeckers" who did not have their own flag, if you compare.
      When did the Balts take the side of Russia defending a common country, sacrificing their own in order to have the right to a separate state? even the Kazakhs reached the Russians with Paris back in 1812m.
      And these ... still separated, even by occupation they compare peacetime spent as part of Russia, they did not see Iraq now, this is occupation, or the Indians in America in the 19th century, when their occupants were genocidal.
      And just about independence, at a time like now you need not separate and unite, but not with the EU and the USA with their immoral laws, a policy of double standards.
      I remember Wang talked about three anti-Christes, the first Napoleon, the second Hitler, the third I think this is Obama. What unites them - the first two conquered Europe and attacked Russia and got pi ... lyuley, and Russia healed well, Obama also subjugated Europe now it remains to get from Russia ... well, you know what =), I would have helped the Russians with pleasure in this if support is needed.
  2. Ingvar 72
    Ingvar 72 14 February 2014 16: 00
    +11
    And the United States opened its mouth. Whose cow mumbled. It is necessary to remind the Balts how their current patron related to the indigenous peoples in their territories.
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    2. Stalker
      Stalker 14 February 2014 16: 35
      +3
      It is necessary to remind the Balts how their current patron related to the indigenous peoples in their territories.

      They will not hear !! Satisfied Euro promises belly to learning deaf ..
    3. Denis
      Denis 14 February 2014 16: 37
      +12
      In the US state of Virginia, a Catholic priest allowed believers to attend his sermons naked. At the same time, he refers to the Bible, which says that Adam and Eve were naked and were not shy about it. THERE ARE WATER !!
      1. Salamander
        Salamander 14 February 2014 22: 00
        +2
        Well stupid !!! M. Zadornov
      2. does it
        does it 15 February 2014 19: 03
        0
        Quote: Denis
        At the same time, he refers to the Bible, which says that Adam and Eve were naked

        So the Protestants pray in church without underwear! since the time of the king of peas.
  3. dmitrij.blyuz
    dmitrij.blyuz 14 February 2014 16: 01
    +12
    The scum of civilization. Let them be engaged in blueprint in their ghetto. Fascist shortcomings. Not all the freaks of World War II were sent to anything. We are insanely sorry for them. They put this head for trash ...
    1. Ingvar 72
      Ingvar 72 14 February 2014 16: 14
      +3
      Ours there still remained unmeasured, and they non citizens. But here is the paradox - I understand very well the desire of the Balts to protect their national identity. And in our country citizenship is being distributed left-to-right. A citizen of Russia has the right to be only a representative of the indigenous peoples of Russia. And if we now begin to introduce such a practice, then no one will give a hint about the violation of human rights, since the applicant was created in a democratic Euro Union.
      1. I am
        I am 14 February 2014 23: 01
        0
        Yes???? We have very many very indigenous peoples on the territory of the former Russian Empire, and their descendants have the right to be Russian citizens. By the way, something RNE with their slogans smelled .....
  4. Yuri Sev Caucasus
    Yuri Sev Caucasus 14 February 2014 16: 02
    +5
    it is time to recall this enlightened Geyrop and the United States. And even more so to the Baltic states! Wide stride and pants are not enough =)
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    2. Stalker
      Stalker 14 February 2014 16: 40
      +3
      Pace wide and pants aren’t enough

      lol They ..that ... in elastic condoms ... FIGs will tear ..
  5. Duke
    Duke 14 February 2014 16: 02
    +4
    We need a decent response and protest from the Russian Foreign Ministry.
  6. Foxmara
    Foxmara 14 February 2014 16: 09
    +5
    "To show the officers of Ukraine today that they will be persecuted in 20 years. If they do not change their oath ..."

    On the contrary. If they change the oath and the Nazis begin to rule, this will mean pursuing them for the rest of their lives. including Now Berkut has NO way back, nowhere to retreat.
  7. kimanas
    kimanas 14 February 2014 16: 10
    +5
    Do they pay for gas on time? Maybe a penalty for every such law?
  8. Cherdak
    Cherdak 14 February 2014 16: 12
    +13
    Quote: xx
    Latvia and other Baltic states were not democracies.
  9. stalkerwalker
    stalkerwalker 14 February 2014 16: 12
    +8
    But time will put everything in its place ...

    It would not hurt time provide support according to the rule "Good must be with fists"
  10. 787nkx
    787nkx 14 February 2014 16: 13
    +7
    Until 1979 he lived near Riga, for some time they rented a room on a farm with native Latvians.
    Memories are the most positive about the city and about people and about time.
    It is unfortunate that this all ends.
  11. calocha
    calocha 14 February 2014 16: 13
    +5
    The Foreign Ministry must declare that with the adoption of such laws, not only diplomatic ties will be broken, but also economic ones ... something like that. It’s a pity that only Russians living there ... if you let the Russians slow down, there will be no life ...
  12. s545321
    s545321 14 February 2014 16: 16
    +6
    I do not understand why Russia is trading with hostile states? Or are everyone ready to endure for grandmas?
  13. Andrey Peter
    Andrey Peter 14 February 2014 16: 21
    +4
    Quote: kimanas
    Do they pay for gas on time? Maybe a penalty for every such law?

    Yes, they generally need to shut off the pipe for at least a couple of months. When they freeze they will sing differently am Yes, and sprats will not be able to catch without fuel. So I would like to say a phrase from the movie "the bug is small and smelly" It's a pity only ours who stayed there, and especially the veterans.
  14. Roman 1977
    Roman 1977 14 February 2014 16: 29
    +10
    As the events of January 1991 provoked in Lithuania:

    And if the USSR is such an occupier, then let Lithuania give up Vilnius, given to it by Stalin in 1939 under the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact, returning it to the Poles, and move the capital to Kaunas, as it was before September 1939, Klaipeda (former Memel) with the region attached to it by the "dictator" Stalin in 1945 and will lose access to the sea.
    Over the 50 years of the “Soviet occupation”, gross output in Estonian industry has increased by 55 times, oil shale extraction - by 13,5 times, and investment by 30 times. 6 billion rubles were invested in agriculture, as a result of which the yield and grain harvest doubled.

    Krysin M.Yu. Baltic fascism. History and modernity. M .: Veche, 2007.

    The standard of living of Latvians has also increased. The total income of workers, office workers and peasants in 1950 increased by 1940% compared with 62, moreover, from 1947-1950. prices for consumer goods declined three times. By 1947, the industry of Soviet Latvia surpassed the pre-war level, while many areas of the RSFSR still lived in ruin. By the way, before the establishment of Soviet power, the average life expectancy here did not exceed 58 years, and infant mortality in 1940 was one of the highest in Europe - 73 per 1000 newborns. By the beginning of the seventies, people began to live on average up to 70 years, and child mortality decreased by five times ...

    In terms of the pace of creating new jobs, housing, the development of transport, energy and medical infrastructure in the Baltics since the mid-1960s. also was a leader in the USSR. The aggregate GDP of Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia for 1940-1986. increased by more than 7 times. And this is taking into account the restoration in 1945-1949. the economy destroyed during the war, while in the interwar period (1918–1939) it increased by only 35%. A similar record was due to the symbolic quotations for the Baltic States on Russian, Azerbaijani, and Central Asian energy sources: in the Baltic countries there were no industrial reserves of oil, gas, coal, and until the second half of the 1940s there were no hydropower plants or oil refining.

    http://read24.ru/fb2/aleksandr-shirokorad-pribaltiyskiy-fugas-petra-velikogo/

    Here is such a "occupation" ....
    1. screw cutter
      screw cutter 14 February 2014 18: 17
      +7
      To my good friend (Russian, but without an accent who speaks Latvian), his boss (a Latvian to the bone) said (in a drunken shop), "that they don't" love "the Russians so much because they freed them from the Germans, you see under the Germans, life was better. "Only his old people forgot to clarify that they were brought to their farms as slaves from the Pskov and Smolensk regions. Since then, my friend does not go to corporate parties, he is afraid not to restrain himself (he knows how to keep himself sober in his hands ), otherwise it can remain without work at best.
  15. Lk17619
    Lk17619 14 February 2014 16: 32
    +4
    Damn, even idiots can hardly be called them. They have never been a state, and cries have become ... Except how crazy it is difficult to name them.
  16. 11111mail.ru
    11111mail.ru 14 February 2014 16: 33
    +1
    At one time, from the 20s to 1939, these states-limitrophes performed the function of a "cordon sanitaire against Bolshevism." It is clear that they were recreated not to improve the life of Latvians, Estonians, Lithuanians, but again to limit the possibilities of the EERF in direct contacts with Europe.
  17. major071
    major071 14 February 2014 16: 36
    +10
    Now I will find the globe of the Baltic states wassat (It should be like that what , if the Baltic states is the navel of the earth) and I will put a big bold cross on all three undershots! laughing
  18. Arbatov
    Arbatov 14 February 2014 16: 39
    +4
    Already overtaken by these endless survival of the Baltic legislators. They say it right: the bug is small, but smelly. Tough economic blockade! And let the SSSS in the cold front door.
  19. sscha
    sscha 14 February 2014 16: 39
    +4
    Time will put everything in its place ...
    If only our descendants recalled everything to the Balts after the passage of time, when they (for the umpteenth time) ask for help! hi
    1. jjj
      jjj 15 February 2014 00: 16
      0
      I’ll only add that time will also change everything. Only artificially it is impossible to undermine it
  20. 11111mail.ru
    11111mail.ru 14 February 2014 16: 40
    +3
    At one time, from the 20s to 1939, these states-limitrophes performed the function of a "cordon sanitaire against Bolshevism." Bolshevism has sunk into oblivion, the USSR collapsed. And the geopolitical alignment has not changed. It is clear that they were recreated not to improve the life of Latvians, Estonians, Lithuanians, but again to limit the possibilities of the EERF in direct economic contacts with Europe.
  21. My address
    My address 14 February 2014 16: 53
    +4
    And for the twentieth time I am ready to repeat that the Baltic is one country - Judeostan am .

    And in the empire and in the Soviet Union, Russia swelled so much into it, and she responded with treachery. Well, purely the ways of Judas! I wonder, will the Bible end too?
  22. morpogr
    morpogr 14 February 2014 17: 04
    +2
    Apparently, with the decline in population, the brain of the rulers of these countries also shrinks.
    1. Lk17619
      Lk17619 14 February 2014 17: 23
      +4
      the brains of the rulers of these countries also shrink.

      Did he even have them?
  23. Yuri Y.
    Yuri Y. 14 February 2014 17: 06
    +1
    The term “occupation” has a clear legal interpretation. And implies a mandatory state of war. That is, in the course of hostilities and the declaration of war, one country occupies another. That is, the word "occupation" cannot and should not be used arbitrarily. Like any other legal terms.

    This does not interest anyone. The term that is suitable for your purposes is selected. But the goal here is one and everyone understands.
    a colossal provocation, necessary, like today's "killed" Golden eagle "on the Maidan," to escalate hysteria and compromise

    First of all, of course, Russia.
  24. Stinger
    Stinger 14 February 2014 17: 06
    +1
    It is necessary to demand these insolents to pay for all the infrastructure built during the occupation. The Germans paid some for the destruction, let these figures pay for the restoration.
  25. screw cutter
    screw cutter 14 February 2014 17: 14
    +2
    Quote: s545321
    I do not understand why Russia is trading with hostile states? Or are everyone ready to endure for grandmas?

    What grandmothers? Kopeyki. Not so long ago there was an embarrassment with milk from Lithuania, so for Lithuania 85% of production goes to Russia, and for Russia it is only 3-5%. This is not a matter of trade, but of money laundering through Baltic-Scandinavian banks , and not very little money.
  26. Humpty
    Humpty 14 February 2014 17: 15
    +4
    Not to buy products from some countries and not to let relatives do it, this is something that any of us can easily do.
  27. darksoul
    darksoul 14 February 2014 17: 16
    +3
    Che talk about the Baltic states, it is through the looking glass, the flag of the European Union in their hands
  28. predator.3
    predator.3 14 February 2014 17: 21
    +9
    1. Latvia entered Russia "in three sessions", the first part - on the Peace of Nishtad with the Swedes under Peter the Great, in 1721 year. In 1772, according to the first partition of Poland, Latgale was annexed to Russia. The third part - Courland - was purchased in 1795, by Catherine the Great from the Duke of Courland. No one has ever contested these acquisitions of Russia. Before 1917, the state of Latvia never existed in the history of mankind, it never declared separation, did not have such a right according to the laws of the empire and was recognized by the whole world as an integral part of the Russian Empire. Conclusion: Latvia’s withdrawal from Russia is illegal by 100%.


    according to the Nishtad Treaty, these territories were not assigned, and they were sold by Sweden to Russia for huge money - 2 million thalers (efimkov) The weight of the yefim was 28–32 grams of silver. (Something about 60 tons of silver)! Can they push Sweden back, let them return 2 lemons of thalers (well, of course, with interest for 250 years per annum! repeat )
    1. Salamander
      Salamander 14 February 2014 22: 04
      +1
      Yes, the Swedes now do not need them for nothing ...
  29. corn
    corn 14 February 2014 17: 41
    -9
    From the fact that we will compete in the comments, who is better offended by the Baltic states is unlikely that anything will change, but will only show the level of our education.
    And let Mr. Starikov write similar articles for the Balts, I think they do not go to this site, with the exception of a small part nostalgic for the USSR.
    When I was a lieutenant in the mid-70s, I had a conversation with a Lithuanian soldier, with a secondary technical education, from Vilnius, who claimed that the Soviets had captured free Lithuania.
    Asked him questions, if not for the Soviets, would he have received secondary specialized education? the answer is negative; who would he be? the answer is a laborer; the answer to the question about his wife is this: she would not be my wife, because she-pani, by origin, would be much higher on the social ladder. To my question, why do you feel bad Advice? got the answer: The Soviets still captured free Lithuania.
    Probably we, a large nation, will never understand the small nations, but this does not give us the right to openly express our neglect. And we can forgive them for this, and not try to how Starikov earn on this popularity, which ultimately turns into mani.
    1. SRC P-15
      SRC P-15 14 February 2014 18: 13
      +5
      Quote: corn
      . And we can forgive it for them, and not try, how Starikov earn on this popularity,

      In your opinion, if we forgive them, will they relate to us differently? Does the example of other countries tell you nothing? Remember how much money our country has forgiven for former friends. Well, and how, have they become kinder to us? Forgot how they slaughtered and killed the Russians after they gained independence? Impunity breeds permissiveness and arrogance. They, during the years of Soviet power, lived like Christ's bosom, while the inhabitants of the central regions of Russia vegetated. Personally, I have no pity for them and forgive them, I don’t see the point. If you want to protect them, it’s your business, but you don’t have to reproach others for their PR and making money from it. Everyone has their own opinion and must be respected.
      1. corn
        corn 14 February 2014 19: 36
        0
        SRTS P-15
        Quote
        "In your opinion, if we forgive them, will they treat us differently?"

        When the "unreasonable child" is forgiven something, they expect one thing from him: to grow up - he will grow wiser.
        1. SRC P-15
          SRC P-15 15 February 2014 09: 03
          +1
          Quote: corn
          When the "unreasonable child" is forgiven something, they expect one thing from him: to grow up - he will grow wiser.

          It is with permissiveness that an egoist grows out of a child, who is indifferent to the pain of others. For him, his "I" is above all and in such a subject, you are unlikely to find sympathy and understanding.
    2. crbvbyjr
      crbvbyjr 14 February 2014 20: 40
      +1
      STILL AS GIVES. AND GENERALLY LATVIA LITHUANIA AND OTHER ESTONIA THIS IS JUST ILLEGALLY DISTURBED REGIONS OF RUSSIA. I NEED YOU KEMSK VOLOS SO TAKE THIS
    3. Galan
      Galan 14 February 2014 20: 52
      +2
      If you want to be treated "on equal terms", you don't have to hide behind your small numbers. Then you will be considered equal. As for the capture, it is interesting to know which invader cared so much about the culture, education, medicine, infrastructure of the captured and enslaved people. After all, for the last 15-20 years, European pensioners traveled from Europe to the Baltic states for cheap rest and treatment by Soviet doctors - the Baltic states. What will be the specialists of the new Baltic "democracies" is still a question. Those who studied in the West will remain there, and only the political, philosophical and historical disciplines remained in the Baltics. And even then history is taught with a nationalist flavor.
    4. Barrcode
      Barrcode 14 February 2014 22: 31
      +2
      Does Russia need to be forgiving? No really. We bought these lands from the Swedes and no one bought them from us, and we also developed them and invested a lot in them. Do they not like the Russians, do they see us as oppressors? So let them buy the land or pay rent or sit quietly, and if you don't like something, let them pack their things and go wherever they look. Let the Russians live there better, and the Balts are not Russophobes, we will restore the monuments, revive friendly relations. At the same time, we will return Vilna to the Poles in order to relieve tension in relations. If Peter I had invested money not in the Baltic lands, but in Russia, then we would have had more to do with it now (it would be necessary to calculate what amount are now equivalent to those 2 million thalers and add the equivalent of the funds spent on the development of the Baltic States, so to speak - calculate the amount of debt). Let's make the following analogy: imagine that your great-grandfather bought a house and put his friends in it. The house passed from generation to generation and went to you, and the great-grandchildren of those friends of your great-grandfather live in it. They re-registered the house for themselves, and then they started calling only with the sole purpose of telling how they hate you and, in general, how dare you think that the house is yours, although they did not buy it. What will be your reaction? What thoughts will visit? Forgiving? Maybe Russia’s enough for everyone and forgiving everything? The question should be not even financial and economic, but property. And then we distribute "for so". From the budget of the RSFSR, the money went more for subsidies to the union republics than for the development of Russia, and now we "help" one or the other. We got into the WTO and free markets, but we couldn't get out. So we listen to "fairy tales" about the lack of money in the budget for housing and communal services, social services, science, the agricultural sector, etc. (despite the fact that we have about 40% of the world's reserves of natural resources and about 2% of the world population, and we are among the first in the world in production / processing / transportation). You can argue with them for a long time. They tell us about `91 years old, and we will remember them helping the Nazis in the forties and their volunteers. You just need to collect all financial documents, starting with the Nishtad Treaty, and present.
  30. Bosk
    Bosk 14 February 2014 17: 42
    +6
    "For denying the Soviet occupation"
    Do not you think that this is a forced action on the part of the government in relation to its people?
    1. stalkerwalker
      stalkerwalker 14 February 2014 17: 57
      +6
      Quote: Bosk
      Do not you think that this is a forced action on the part of the government in relation to its people?

      Who can argue? A clear parallel with coercive laws such as "love your neighbor regardless of gender and age."
  31. tank64rus
    tank64rus 14 February 2014 17: 46
    +4
    How interesting they are with their laws on "Russian occupation", how a non-commissioned officer's widow carved themselves. In general, the invaders, having occupied the victim country, begin to plunder it with great enthusiasm. For examples, we don't have to look far to take the occupied regions of the USSR during the war. Everything was exported from food to museum treasures and young people in the role of slaves of the highest race. No power to the Russians, only the colonial administration. By the way, the minister of the occupied territories Alfred Rosenberg is from Riga. And now how much has Latvia received as a part of the USSR of enterprises, rebuilt ports of investments in education, science, agriculture, and what it received from Geyropa during its membership in the EU.
  32. x.andvlad
    x.andvlad 14 February 2014 17: 51
    +3
    Quote: predator.3
    Can they push Sweden back, let them return 2 lemons of thalers (well, naturally with interest for 250 years per annum!)

    "To sell something unnecessary, you must first buy something unnecessary"
    Eduard Uspensky, "Three of Prostokvashino." good
  33. x.andvlad
    x.andvlad 14 February 2014 17: 56
    0
    Quote: Bosk
    "For denying the Soviet occupation"
    Do not you think that this is a forced action on the part of the government in relation to its people?

    Well, it's EUROPE!
  34. parus2nik
    parus2nik 14 February 2014 18: 13
    +3
    Yes ... the Russification of the Baltics started late .. late .. As soon as Peter the Great began .. The plague epidemic In 1710, the population of Estonia and Courland significantly annihilated the Baltic states, and did not begin to settle Russian men or Cossacks (it was safer) Peter gave more liberties .. Now there would be no problems indicated in the article ...
  35. igordok
    igordok 14 February 2014 18: 23
    +3
    I don’t know how the Latvian corps is, but Estonians even had a different form from the Red Army.)

    Parade 7 November 1940 of the year in Riga. Latvians in their form.
    1. Moore
      Moore 15 February 2014 12: 50
      0
      Only the insignia changed. The form remained the same.
  36. EvilLion
    EvilLion 14 February 2014 18: 51
    +3
    Lithuania? Latvia? Estonia? Yes, there were no such states in history. Separatists cannot be occupied even by military force. But in general, the Baltic states must be crushed.
  37. Tra-ta-ta
    Tra-ta-ta 14 February 2014 19: 14
    +1
    ..if you look at the photograph of the three Latvian fagots in the title, it’s clear that you won’t be able to convince them with any historical facts ..! And we already remember that the standard of living in Latvia and Lithuania under the Soviets was higher than in Russia. When we stood in line for Moskvich and Zapor, the Lithuanians went to Zhiguli and Volga ... Unfortunately, young people there do not learn Russian. ..; and having matured, they dump in Europe .. Everything is correct in the article, but for the history textbook .
  38. corn
    corn 14 February 2014 19: 32
    +1
    I looked at the map and thought, and Alexander Nevsky accidentally piled on the Battle of the Ice with the Estonians not Latvians (it looks like on the map), maybe we have "mutual love" with them since then, as well as with the Poles.
    1. nnz226
      nnz226 14 February 2014 23: 24
      +2
      Then the ancestors of the present "cultural European peoples" were in the service of the Livonian and Teutonic orders of knighthood (these knights are shown in the cinema about Nevsky) and Alexander Yaroslavich beat them on Lake Peipsi. And the natives were swineherds, goldsmiths, the most intelligent (analogues of Leonardo da Vinci) - grooms. And this was their fate before these savages entered Russia. Here they are (according to the cat Matroskin): "They were picked up in the trash heap, cleared of the cleanings. And now they draw us" figwams "! As a fact: a sign of civilization in any country is the construction of cities. NO CITY OF THE BALTIC IS FOUNDED BY ABORIGENES!
  39. igordok
    igordok 14 February 2014 19: 58
    +2
    On the open spaces of the Russian Internet, I found the book "The Baltic Territory and the War", about pro-German sentiments in the Baltic states during WWI. I thought about it. Better for the USSR, it would really be to unite these republics in the Baltic region, with the status of not a republic, but a region. winked
  40. NKVD
    NKVD 14 February 2014 20: 35
    +1
    Descendants of rotten donkey urine. Not when they didn’t have their own statehood and history. They want to make a great nation with themselves. A poor people, a poor history and a foggy future that were sold to Eurogames
  41. konvalval
    konvalval 14 February 2014 20: 41
    +1
    The owner gave the command "FAS" and the mongrels rushed. Now they will get drunk on sovereignty.
  42. Tra-ta-ta
    Tra-ta-ta 14 February 2014 20: 54
    +1
    I would very much like the Dear Author to comment on another article on the site: "The operational formation assembled in the Mediterranean is the strongest in the Navy in terms of the composition of the strike forces."
    Ato people there are crackers and salt flooded ...
    1. corn
      corn 14 February 2014 21: 53
      0
      Are you serious or sarcasm?
      What can the chemical engineer-economist comment
      military industry?
  43. APASUS
    APASUS 14 February 2014 23: 08
    0
    Unfortunately, these three countries simply do not understand the exhortations, and their presence in Europe makes them also careless in their desires.
    In the modern world, there are sobering only punches in the pocket, well, they’ll introduce a 300% duty on their goods, close the pipeline and gas.
  44. nnz226
    nnz226 14 February 2014 23: 18
    +2
    In short: "During the Soviet era, the Baltic states were the western face of a great country, having joined the EU, after acquiring independence, it became the eastern ass of Europe!" That's all...
  45. Roman 1977
    Roman 1977 14 February 2014 23: 24
    +2
    I hope here we have already remembered the red Latvian arrows, the support of the revolution, that blew the Russian provinces with blood, the Latvian executioners of the Cheka (Latsis, Peters and others like them), and you can also recall the red Estonian arrows. Nevertheless, in 1940, Soviet troops entered the Baltic states, where democracies flourished? No. On December 17, 1926, as a result of a military coup in Lithuania, Antanas Smetona came to power, establishing an authoritarian regime; On March 12, 1934, in Estonia, Konstantin Päts established a regime close to the fascist dictatorship; On May 16, 1934, the leader of the Peasant Union party Karl Ulmanis, using the Aizsarg units and individual military units, carried out a military coup, established a single dictatorship, declaring martial law, dispersed the Sejm and arrested more than 2000 people. After that, he quickly set up concentration camps, sold 26 peasant farms for debts, and finally passed a law according to which no worker had the right to choose his own place of work, but was obliged to humbly obey the instructions of the Central Directorate of Labor (again, before Stalin) . Well, books were burned at the stake, shot at demonstrators, and peasant taxes provided 000 percent of the state budget. In Estonia, the parliament-state assembly was dissolved; all parties were banned, censorship was introduced, all elections were postponed indefinitely, a state of siege was introduced (which was not canceled until 70). So it smelled of democracy ...
    Now, about 14 thousand people were evicted from Latvia on June 1941, 15. The repressed include 2100 criminals and more than 700 prostitutes (also victims of Stalinist repressions). Most of the repressed were not shot.
    Now, how did the Balts behave during the years of the War:
    22 Lithuanian self-defense infantry battalions were created from Lithuanian nationalist formations (numbers from the 1st to the 15th from the 251st to the 257th, the so-called "shushmanshaftbattalion", or "Noise", each numbering 500-600 people. the number of troops in these formations reached 13 thousand, of which 250 were officers. In the Kaunas region, all Lithuanian police groups of Klimaitis were united in the 7-company Kaunas battalion.
    From Latvians were formed: the 16th volunteer Latvian battalion, the 17th Vidzeme Latvian battalion, the 18th Kurzeme battalion, the 21st Liepaja battalion. Since 1943, entire Latvian divisions were created: the Latvian 15th and 19th Grenadier divisions of the SS troops.
    Latvian units fought in Ukraine, in Belarus, near Leningrad.
    In total, 115 thousand Latvians served in various Nazi formations, of which 52 thousand served in both SS divisions.
    1. Roman 1977
      Roman 1977 14 February 2014 23: 31
      +2
      By March 1942, 16 Estonian units were operating on the Eastern Front as part of the Wehrmacht. In 1944, the 20th Estonian SS Division was formed, ending its course in May 1945 in Czechoslovakia. Several thousand Estonian volunteers fought in the SS Viking Division. From among the local residents, "self-defense units" ("Omakaitse") were formed. "Self-defense" guarded the camps for Soviet prisoners of war and concentration camps in Estonia and Poland. She exterminated Jews in Belarus (Novogrudok) and in the territory of the Pskov region, where Estonian Jews were exported. In addition to combat units, local volunteer units were created to fight Soviet partisans, protect strategic facilities, prisons and concentration camps, where Jews and Soviet prisoners of war were kept and killed.
      They fought against the partisans in the areas of Pskov, Luga, Gdov, in Belarus. They burned the villages of Babino, Khabalovo, Chigirinka and others in the Leningrad region. They destroyed at least 7 thousand Jews, Russian and Estonian communists and about 12 thousand Soviet prisoners of war in the Tartu region
      In fairness, it should be noted that at least 15 thousand Lithuanians, 30 thousand Estonians and up to 50 thousand Latvians served in the Red Army. Of these, at least 20 thousand are from migrants from the Civil War of 1918-1922.
      In addition to participating in hostilities against the Red Army, the Balts became famous as punishers. Here is the report of Lieutenant V. Baltins (Latvian by nationality), an officer-at-large of the headquarters of the Russian Liberation Army (ROA), about how the Latvian SS men behaved. Especially I am citing the document in full (may the moderators forgive me), so that some fans of talking about "Stalinist repressions" and "innocent convicts" would know who SMERSH and the NKVD were dealing with .:
      "May 26, 1944
      Mountains Riga
      Colonel Pozdnyakov
      to the representative of the Russian Liberation Army in Riga
      Report
      Mr. Colonel, after my personal report to you regarding the atrocities of the Latvian and Estonian SS in German-occupied Russian territory and sending your adjutant, Lieutenant Ivan Guryanov, to my apartment for more information on this issue and finding the villages listed below on the military field map, Avoiding Inaccuracies I allow myself to submit this written report to you.
      In mid-December In 1943, on business matters, I (with several employees) had to be in the region of Belarus (the former Vitebsk province), in the villages of Knyazevo (Krasnoye), Barsuki, Rosalino and others. These villages occupied German units and were quite tolerant of the Russian population, but when they were replaced by the Latvian SS units, the causeless terrible terror immediately began. Residents were forced to scatter through the forests at night, covering themselves with sheets (like disguising themselves as snow during shooting). Around these villages lay many corpses of women and old people. From the inhabitants I found out that the Latvian SS were engaged in these atrocities.

      1. Roman 1977
        Roman 1977 14 February 2014 23: 37
        +1
        On April 23, 1944, I had to be in the village of Morochkovo. All of it was burned. SS men lived in the cellars of the huts. On the day of my arrival there they were supposed to be replaced by the German unit, but I still managed to speak in Latvian with several SS men, whose names I do not know. I asked one of them why the corpses of murdered women, old men and children, hundreds of unburied corpses, as well as dead horses lay around the village. A strong cadaverous smell was in the air. The answer was: "We killed them in order to destroy as many Russians as possible."
        After that, the SS sergeant took me to a burnt-out hut. There were also several charred, half-buried bodies. "And these", - he said, - we burned alive ... "
        When this Latvian part left, she took several Russian women and girls with her as concubines. They were obligated to wash clothes for soldiers, heat baths, clean rooms, etc.
        After the departure of this part of no more than a company formation, with the help of several more people, I dug up the straw and ash in the burnt hut and removed the half-burnt corpses from there. There were 7 of them, all of them were female and they all had a wire tied to their legs, nailed to the door frame with the other end. We removed the wire from the numb, charred legs, dug seven graves and buried the unfortunate ones, having read "Our Father" and sang "Eternal Memory".
        The German lieutenant went to meet us. He took out boards, nails, sent several soldiers to help us, and we, having erected seven Orthodox crosses, hoisted them over the graves, writing on each: "Unknown Russian woman, burnt alive by the enemies of the Russian people - Latvian SS men."
        The next day, we crossed a small river and found several surviving wooden huts and residents near it. At the sight of us, the latter were frightened, but we were able to quickly reassure them. We showed them seven fresh crosses and talked about what we saw and did. The peasants wept bitterly and talked about what they had to endure during the stay of the Latvian SS.
        At the beginning of May, the month. near the village of Kobylniki, in one of the hollows, we saw about three thousand bodies of shot peasants, mostly women and children. The surviving residents said that the executions were carried out by "people who understood Russian, wore skulls on their caps and red-white-red flags on the left sleeve" - ​​the Latvian SS.
        I don’t remember the name of the village, in which a cloud of flies circling over a wooden barrel attracted my attention. Looking into the barrel, I saw cut off male heads in it. Some were with a mustache and beards. Around the village we found many corpses of executed peasants. After talking with the surviving residents, we had no doubt that the Latvian SSs also operated here, showing their courage and fearlessness in reprisals against the defenseless population.
        Everything else that they do seems insignificant in comparison with that terrible barrel and women who were burnt alive in the hut.
        I had to come across the same facts in the former. Pskov province from the Estonian SS.

        1. Roman 1977
          Roman 1977 14 February 2014 23: 43
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          It is not surprising that the entire male population went into the forests - into partisans in order to at least secretly resist such detachments, not being able to cope with them in another way. Thus, such detachments gave rise to partisanism.
          Unfortunately, I do not know either the name or the number of the units involved in the atrocities.
          It is also impossible to pass over in silence the excesses of the so-called. "Belarusian police". The latter appeared in the villages, usually under the pretext of searching for weapons from the civilian population, forcing the peasants to indicate the places where their things were hidden on the ground (clothes, linen, dishes, etc.) and food saved from military operations and fires on rainy day. When, on pain of death, the peasants showed what was hidden, the police chose the best for themselves and immediately killed the peasants on the spot. The selected was quickly loaded onto carts, and the police disappeared as quickly as they appeared.
          Presenting the above report at your disposal, I hope, Mr. Colonel, that measures will be taken to protect the Russian population from repeating the described atrocities.
          Lieutenant V. Baltiish. "

          After reading this document, I hope you understand what the animals were doing on our territory, which in the modern Baltic states are called "freedom fighters" and are taught by their examples to the younger generation (photos above). By the way, the surviving punishers, convicted after the war by the Soviet court, are also in the modern Baltic states now "victims of the Soviet occupation" ...
          Latvian police actively operated in the years 1942-1944 in the Leningrad, Novgorod Vitebsk, Pskov regions. Together with the Lithuanian and Ukrainian battalions, they carried out the anti-guerrilla operation "Winter Magic". During this operation, only in the Pskov and Vitebsk regions more than 15 thousand people were killed. In the Novgorod region alone, Latvians fired more than 40 mass executions.
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  46. Black
    Black 14 February 2014 23: 56
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    I wonder why they deleted a couple of comments ??? Could not stand someone?
    1. stalkerwalker
      stalkerwalker 15 February 2014 01: 12
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      Quote: Chen
      Could not stand someone?

      Who can handle it if Belarus and Switzerland bypass Russia in gold laughing
      1. Black
        Black 15 February 2014 01: 18
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        Quote: stalkerwalker
        Who can handle it if Belarus and Switzerland bypass Russia in gold

        Yes, our country is southern .... And here, op !!! - SNOW !!! in biathlon, the bearing failed in the spine !!!!
  47. PValery53
    PValery53 15 February 2014 00: 46
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    I am "surprised" by the behavior of the leadership of our country at a time when in the three Baltic countries they systematically, even at the legislative level, oppress, humiliate, simply mock the local Russian population! Why are they not taking retaliatory measures of retaliation against the authorities and, in general, against the offenders of the Russians?! .. Why are not Russian self-defense squads organized in the Baltic States in order to prevent any attacks from various Chukhonts? Why are they not bowing to the Russians, but they are offended ?! What is this game of democracy to the detriment of the Russians ?! Such a game should be turned to the benefit of the Russians (maybe to the detriment of others)! Enough to lisp. And economically it is necessary to support the Russians in the Baltics. The power of the Balts must be obedient to us, then they will receive some of our handouts. For crimes against Russians on their territory, all villains (and officials too) are punished only in Russia, officially or not.
    1. smersh70
      smersh70 15 February 2014 01: 08
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      Quote: PValery53
      even at the legislative level they are oppressing, humiliating, simply mocking the local Russian population!
      so why didn’t they go back to Russia, didn’t think) 0 because there is a tidbit-Schengen visa and a Schengen zone. Which one will give up all this.
      Quote: PValery53
      why Russian self-defense squads are not organized in the Baltic states to prevent any attacks of various Chukhons

      Because the Baltic is not Ukraine for you))) everything is cultural, legal)))
      Quote: PValery53
      But economically it is necessary to support the Russians in the Baltic states
      Cheto I really doubt this idea of ​​who will support. What are you talking about, dear. He’s there economically, if not perfectly, but at least normally
      1. Tra-ta-ta
        Tra-ta-ta 15 February 2014 03: 29
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        I agree. Whoever wanted it had long since been washed away, and on worse conditions than now. By the way (maybe it will become easier for someone), all Russians in Lat-Lit-Est speak already with a noticeable Baltic accent, especially young people. Let's wait and everything will return!
      2. PValery53
        PValery53 15 February 2014 11: 36
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        smersh70 "so why don't they leave back to Russia, didn't think) 0because there is a tidbit - a Schengen visa and a Schengen area. Who will throw it all away."
        - Is a Schengen visa issued to "non-citizens"? - Even if they are issued, then with low incomes (compared to "citizens"), this visa is a "dead poultice". The main reason for not leaving: they do not want to give up some already established way of life and start everything from scratch in Russia, especially for the elderly.
        smersh70 "Because the Baltics is not Ukraine for you))) everything is cultural, legal))"
        - With such a culture and such laws directed against Russians, it is necessary to take "emergency measures" to the authorities of these countries.
        smersh70 "Cheto, I very much doubt this idea, who will support it. What are you talking about, dear. They are economically if not excellent, but at least okay"
        - Is it normal for you that Russians in the Baltics are amazed in material and moral rights, and in electoral rights? - Oh well. And economically Russia will support Russians (and not only) in these countries, concluding contracts only with "non-citizens" of these countries!
    2. Ribwort
      Ribwort 15 February 2014 19: 31
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      Quote: PValery53
      I am "surprised" by the behavior of the leadership of our country ... to punish only in Russia, officially or not.

      Nothing "surprising" - business and nothing personal. Capitalism, his mother ...
  48. Black
    Black 15 February 2014 01: 20
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    Quote: smersh70
    because there is a tidbit - a Schengen visa and a Schengen zone.

    Well, maybe this is ... but, most importantly, different. Who is waiting for someone? We are spread like fingers.
  49. zavesa01
    zavesa01 15 February 2014 06: 45
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    Remember that in history Lithuanians are Belarusians, all the time before the USSR these peoples called ZhMUD.
  50. santush
    santush 15 February 2014 07: 32
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    Russia is obliged to adequately respond to the Balts! A great country should not allow such "dwarfs" to speak at all !!!!!!!!!!!!