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Sanctions against Russia in the form of a boomerang. Who understood it, and to whom it is difficult to reach

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For speculative groups in the securities and currencies market today is a real expanse. Any collapse in the prices of shares of certain companies, any rise in the rate of a certain world currency can be easily attributed to events that are one way or another (directly or indirectly) related to problems in Ukraine. News that the Crimean parliament appealed to the Russian authorities with a request to consider the possibility of Crimea joining the Russian Federation as a subject, it was said that the shares of Russian companies should certainly go down. Like, judge for yourself - only economic laws work, no speculation - Crimea declares a possible withdrawal from Ukraine, this will automatically put additional pressure on the Russian economy, and the Russian economy does not look monolithic and stable - here you have a drop in quotations, a fall in the ruble, enormous Russia's losses ... Of course, of course - everyone took it and believed that there was a clean economy, that there was no question about any speculations in the securities and currency markets ...


The maxim about the device of the modern economy in such a way that only Russia should lose from the Ukrainian political and economic conflict, are ready to repeat the Western "partners" as a mantra so that Russia can not only be pricked, but also earn good money from it (both economically and economically). political plan). One of these “partners” is Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski, who did not bother and counted that Russia daily loses about 70 billion rubles from “interfering in the internal affairs” of Ukraine. At the same time, Mr. Komorowski notes that such more than substantial losses are a sobering tool for Vladimir Putin. Like, if Putin counts what the losses of the Russian financial system are today, then he will certainly “retreat from Ukraine”. Apparently, Mr. Komorowski was unaware that the position “Russians don’t abandon theirs” (sorry for pathos) is at least based on questions of some financial and quoting losses ... Or does Mr. Komorowski seriously believe that when liberating the territories of the Soviet Union occupied by the Third Reich, when the same Poland and the whole of Europe were liberated from fascism during the Second World War, the USSR was weighing the economic aspects of this process? ... from it the difference in mentalities - in all its glory.

Against this background, the United States and the leading circles of the European Union are threatening Russia with economic disasters. At the same time, Washington, London and Brussels will promise these cataclysms to promise to “click” themselves. For the time being, Western officials are limiting themselves to the fact that they are freezing the funds of “some Russian officials,” which relate to, quote: “to destabilize the situation in Ukraine.” The message is simply amazing: it turns out that it’s not the radicals who are engaged in destabilizing the situation in the image and likeness of Yarosh and other Muzychko, not the leaders of the “opposition” who entered Ukrainian government offices in populist and ultranationalist slogans, not the West, which itself has been engaged for a long time political instigation in Ukraine, but still Russian officials ...

So, the US and the EU are going to freeze the accounts of some representatives of the bureaucratic apparatus of Russia. Whose accounts exactly? - while silent. Apparently, in the Congress they make up another “list of a'la Magnitsky”, which should “sober up Russia”. In addition to freezing accounts, it is unknown what officials the West is going to suspend a number of trade and economic agreements, as well as to reduce investment in Russia.

Sanctions against Russia in the form of a boomerang. Who understood it, and to whom it is difficult to reach


It should be noted that not all foreign "partners" are eager to support the introduction of economic sanctions against Russia. Many of these same partners are well aware that the United States calls for financial “flogging” of Russia - this is the banal desire of the United States to preserve its face, as the face of the navel of the Earth - and the main active force of the unipolar world. In the same Germany, 25% of energy imports for which are Russian, in confusion. After all, if we support the United States and begin not only to threaten the Russian Federation with sanctions, but also to impose them, this can be a crushing blow to the economy of the FRG itself.

Head of IFO (Institute for Financial and Economic Studies) Hans-Werner Sinn (Germany) on the pages of the electronic version Deutsche Welle declares that if Germany imposes sanctions against Russia, it would have a very negative impact on the German energy system.

In his opinion, the new German energy policy in such a situation may even be under threat. Recall that according to the new energy policy, the Federal Republic of Germany intends in the medium term to reduce the percentage of use of nuclear energy, and increase the percentage of hydrocarbons (in particular, Russian gas). Zinn harshly criticized the introduction of EU sanctions against Russia and called the attempts of the West to withdraw Ukraine from the influence of the Russian Federation, quote: "naive".

By the way, Zinn is far from being the only foreign, in particular German, economist and politician who sees no benefit for the West from imposing sanctions on Russia, considering that the Russian Federation has all the leverage to deliver a “counter-strike”. The opinion of the head of the German energy ministry is in many ways similar. Losing the main supplier of energy for the most powerful German economy - like death today. That is why the head of German diplomacy, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, also takes an extremely restrained position on the imposition of sanctions against Russia.
We should not forget that Germany today is the main, if I may say so, breadwinner of the European Union. And hardly in the same Brussels this status of Germany is not taken into account. It should not be forgotten that Germany (and personally Angela Merkel) has personal accounts with the States today - after the emergence of impartial information for Merkel that the NSA was spying on her with the active support of this process by the American authorities.

In this regard, the picture looks very interesting. On the one hand, the “generals” of the EU need to prove their loyalty to Washington, and therefore impose sanctions on Russia. On the other hand, it is impossible not to take into account the opinions of German experts, on which no less than the financial stability of the European Union itself may depend. It seems that today they don’t think about it, except that the “Young Europeans” (marginal “democrats” of the EU), who need to by all means prove their delight with the policy of the United States of America. These are Lithuania, Poland and all the rest from the list of “democratic” ...

They are not going (at least for now) to impose economic sanctions against Russia and from the diametrically opposite side. China announced this from the very beginning, and now Japan claims the same. The Foreign Minister of the Country of the Rising Sun, Fumio Kisida, in an interview with the NHK television company, said that Japan would not impose sanctions against Russia, but would closely monitor the situation in Ukraine and the reaction of other countries to it. A few days before Kisida’s speech, Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe gave an interview to the same TV company, who said that he and the US President had a telephone conversation, in which he (Abe) called on all parties to take discreet decisions under international law . - About the sanctions silent ...
Of course, the Japanese authorities are well aware that if they make at least one “ik” about the imposition of sanctions against Russia, it is hardly ever in the foreseeable future that they should even expect at least some kind of negotiation process on the South Kuriles. But, most likely, it is precisely this question that today is decisive for Japan (unless, of course, the significant Japanese investments in Russia and projects for the delivery of energy resources from the Russian Federation to the Land of the Rising Sun to the Industry of the Rising Sun are out of the question). As they say, do not go to the grandmother - the Japanese elite precisely discussed in their own margins the questions of a reserved position in relation to Russia, bearing in mind that if you don’t particularly bother with the Russian Crimea today, then you can “ask” Moscow to “constructively” resolve the issue on the South Kuriles tomorrow. Do we really need such support (not even support — and the mere absence of splashes of saliva) at the moment — a daunting question. Solve it with one stroke of the pen - certainly not work.

PS The IMF has a serious debate about reducing US influence. Today, the United States International Monetary Fund, in fact, is soloed, having a “veto” also veto power. It turns out that any (even the most seemingly ordinary initiative) should be discussed without fail with Washington, and not just discussed, but achieved approval by the White House. In such a situation, the IMF not only loses its “international” status, but finally turns into another pressure tool from the United States — a sort of branch for carrots and sticks. The Russian side has announced that it is raising the question of depriving the United States of its veto power in the IMF, as the United States has been blocking a reform model for about 4 years, in which the number of opportunities in the IMF may increase for major global players. Let a small, but still another blow to US hegemony ...
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  1. Sergey7311
    Sergey7311 8 March 2014 06: 48
    +30
    The world is changing. US hegemony is slowly cracking ...
    1. Rostovchanin
      Rostovchanin 8 March 2014 07: 18
      +12
      The world is changing. US hegemony is slowly cracking ...

      Yes, it is already pouring in full !!!
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      2. Gennady1973
        Gennady1973 8 March 2014 09: 03
        +19
        I don’t know the truth or not, but here’s what I recently read.

        "" "" Around the world, China, Politics, Russia, USA, news


        China threatened to demand debts from the United States if the Americans put pressure on Russia. "" ""



        Yesterday, March 04, 2014 - 09:13 the State Department hinted the Russians to freeze assets, but the ardor of the Americans was quickly cooled in China, saying that they might demand the payment of debts in gold .....
        If this is true, then this is the end of all sanctions and the United States itself
        1. pavlo
          pavlo 8 March 2014 11: 40
          +12
          And the zolotishko was long ago taken away by a babai !!! There is nothing wrong with Kostya Soprykin !!!
          1. Vasyan1971
            Vasyan1971 8 March 2014 21: 57
            +2
            I remember a quick swoop - they dealt with Kostya using an "unconstitutional" but "correctly" motivated method. We have to wait for the pesky and watch our pockets so that nothing is planted. For the triumph of world gameocracy ...
        2. Canep
          Canep 8 March 2014 11: 47
          +13
          Quote: Gennady1973
          I don’t know the truth or not, but here’s what I recently read.

          Most likely this is true. You are the third in my account independent source of this information.

          But in essence, I already wrote: the economic blockade is a BLUF. It seems that the real idiots are sitting in the White House, they blurt out something and then think: what kind of sanctions should be imposed so that we don’t fly into the pipe ourselves?
        3. Deadmen
          Deadmen 8 March 2014 18: 35
          +3
          Yes, I also read such a topic, by the way, the United States does not have so much gold.
          Heavily in debt, so many bases need to be sponsored, they must not be allowed to take any war in the near future, and so will be bent from multibillion-dollar debts.
          1. denort
            denort 8 March 2014 23: 12
            +1
            there is information about the theft of the gold reserve of Ukraine: http://iskra-news.info/news/segodnja_nochju_iz_borispolja_v_ssha_strartoval_samo
            ljot_s_zolotym_zapasom_ukrainy / 2014-03-07-9122
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    2. -Patriot-
      -Patriot- 8 March 2014 08: 22
      +2
      ... and becomes like
      1. Roman Skomorokhov
        Roman Skomorokhov 8 March 2014 08: 56
        +28
        Dear, it’s just that TAM profiled the moment when Russia ceased to be the outskirts of the world that produces oil and gas. And she began not only to speak, but to declare her interests in full voice.

        Apparently, they were more occupied with LGBT rights there.

        And now, as it were, the late man rushing around.

        And the Germans, as smart, pragmatic people, and also historically picking from us, understand this. Well, they don’t want more tanks on Unter den Linden. And the Japanese do not want to.

        And who blathers there, such as Hollande ... well, well, as they say. Paris is still standing, the Cossacks have not gone extinct. Let the great-grandchildren dance around Montmartre. To remind historical succession.

        Really, a somewhat dodgy post came out, but just all these cries of sanctions look ridiculous. Hence completely frivolous attitude towards them.
        1. 31231
          31231 8 March 2014 09: 25
          +7
          Oland also does not want sanctions, because Mistral sells and intends to continue. Europe in general is now trying to dodge at the hands of Washington. For the United States, these sanctions will not affect much, but Europe will be specifically hooked.
          Russia generally in this regard helps the territory, we can work with the Asia-Pacific region and with Europe.
          Europe will refuse us, we will leave for China, Korea, Vietnam and Japan. Then Europe will face the crisis of 2008. And Europe is aware of this. I think there will be sanctions, but more political than economic.
          1. bif
            bif 8 March 2014 14: 33
            +3
            I think there will be sanctions, but more political than economic.

            This is understandably more screams than real deeds! The most important and interesting thing at this stage is Russia's response to these sanctions or attempts to impose them! How will Putin and the government react to these attacks, where they will "pinch the maracas" to the rulers from across the ocean?
            1. 31231
              31231 8 March 2014 21: 06
              +4
              The worst thing is that the junta in Kiev drove the remains of Ukrainian troops to the Crimea. Blackwaters quietly stick to them and arrange provocations. They will shoot on both sides.
              1. alexng
                alexng 9 March 2014 19: 07
                +3
                And it seems that they are already being conducted by space radio reconnaissance and every meter of their movement is controlled. After all, there is no reaction from Russia to this mouse fuss, and this means that everything has long been ready for a hot (burning) welcome of unexpected guests, and with a surprise not only for banderlogs, but also for the United States. It seems that in Russian circles for a long time they were familiar with the plans of fasciston in Ukraine and quietly carefully prepared at the nose of the omnipresent and hacking amerikakashki.
          2. Vasyan1971
            Vasyan1971 8 March 2014 22: 16
            +1
            That is, have we already resigned ourselves to the "necessity" of sanctions? And with what fright we should be flogged at all, even so, even so? "You are only to blame for the fact that I want to eat ..."? But who will drag whom into the dark forest? Or "I caught a bear! Bring it here. He's not coming! Give it up, go yourself. He won't let him!" ?
            1. Akuzenka
              Akuzenka 10 March 2014 20: 12
              0
              Damn, let them impose their sanctions, our economy will rise faster.
              Only, and not all, importing companies will suffer, which means that it will be necessary to develop the domestic market. And the brothers, who know how to work in mechanical engineering, will come to us themselves and will not be unnecessary unambiguously. And for the rest in the gay roop, the toilets are not enough to clean.
        2. Leshka Chuvash
          Leshka Chuvash 8 March 2014 11: 19
          0
          Oland president for "one day" I think his opinion does not really decide something in such important issues
        3. papas-57
          papas-57 8 March 2014 20: 28
          0
          '' And whoever blathers there, like Hollande ... well, well, as they say. Paris is still standing, our Cossacks are not extinct either. Let the great-grandchildren still roam around Montmartre. For a reminder of historical succession. '' And what, the spectacle will be cool - Cossacks are riding across Paris on horseback.
        4. papas-57
          papas-57 8 March 2014 20: 28
          0
          '' And whoever blathers there, like Hollande ... well, well, as they say. Paris is still standing, our Cossacks are not extinct either. Let the great-grandchildren still roam around Montmartre. For a reminder of historical succession. '' And what, the spectacle will be cool - Cossacks are riding across Paris on horseback.
        5. Vasyan1971
          Vasyan1971 8 March 2014 22: 08
          +1
          Do the Germans understand? And who gave Klitschko and K 'denyuzhku, advised and pushed in the back? There is a Big Game in which all is fair
    3. AVV
      AVV 8 March 2014 11: 14
      0
      Quote: Sergey7311
      The world is changing. US hegemony is slowly cracking ...

      It’s unacceptable for Germans to drown Germany itself saving US hegemony, here the EU itself is bursting at the seams, and this is good for the states, but does Germany need this ???
    4. Leshka Chuvash
      Leshka Chuvash 8 March 2014 11: 16
      0
      I want to believe it
    5. T-130
      T-130 8 March 2014 12: 11
      0
      The hegemony of the United States has already cracked; moreover, it is about to turn into dust!
    6. zeleznijdorojnik
      zeleznijdorojnik 8 March 2014 13: 29
      +7
      Nekhai freeze accounts - our government officials from that year have officially been banned from having accounts abroad and if someone’s account is frozen, he himself will be to blame. As for lowering the prices of Russian stocks, our state buys them at low prices. God forbid, he will restore order in state-owned companies, then we will heal.
      1. real
        real 8 March 2014 14: 18
        +6
        Since last year, it’s been fashionable to keep accounts in Singapore (which is under the influence of the PRC) ... Deposits with Singapore banks in their volumes are about to catch up with Swiss banks!
    7. Geisenberg
      Geisenberg 8 March 2014 14: 14
      +1
      Quote: Sergey7311
      The world is changing. US hegemony is slowly cracking ...


      This filthy hegemony before coming into the framework so shit, everywhere that they will rake Christ for years ...
    8. Current 72
      Current 72 8 March 2014 15: 22
      +2
      I’ll fix it a bit. US hegemony is slowly cracking. It does not crack, but it is constantly expanding, and threatens to destroy the United States. Hence, all the twitching of the United States.
    9. RUS96
      RUS96 8 March 2014 15: 34
      +5
      When all the songs are silent
      Which I do not know
      In the tart air shouting
      My last paper steamer

      Goodbye, America, oh
      Where never been
      Goodbye forever
      Take a banjo, play me goodbye

      I became too small
      Your grated jeans
      We've been taught
      To love your forbidden fruits

      Goodbye, America, oh
      Where i will never
      Will I hear a song
      I will remember forever

      drinks
    10. Baiker1983
      Baiker1983 8 March 2014 16: 12
      0
      I would like the crack to be bigger !!!
    11. APASUS
      APASUS 8 March 2014 22: 39
      +1
      Quote: Sergey7311
      The world is changing. US hegemony is slowly cracking.

      And even when such a president is at the helm. I don’t remember where I read that the Americans call Obama the American Gorbachev ............ here are not all the fools in America - they see!
    12. Gregazov
      Gregazov 10 March 2014 11: 44
      +2
      Quote: Sergey7311
      The world is changing. US hegemony is slowly cracking ...

      The point is different. In my opinion there is a thoughtful multi-way combination against Russia. Its first move was an attempt to remove Europe from gas dependence on Russia. To do this, we needed the Arab spring, which we first slept through (Libya and Egypt), and then Syria and Egypt woke up. The first step was repulsed. Nevertheless, the train has already started. Without ensuring the rear, an attempt was made to capture Ukraine. However, in my opinion, our intelligence has long calculated this multi-path and, in response, began its own. There will be no halfway stop in this drama. The price of loss for the USA is the loss of money. The price of loss for Russia is a loss of sovereignty. So Russia is in the position of Panfilov’s, there’s nowhere to retreat ...
  2. poccinin
    poccinin 8 March 2014 06: 53
    +19
    they will leave alone. others will come. business is business. besides the USA and the EU there is still half the world. they can intimidate the Papuans and RUSSIA 5 is the economy in the world all the same. you just can’t dismiss us.
  3. svetlomor
    svetlomor 8 March 2014 07: 07
    +15
    Let them look for officials' accounts, they will be fired right away, now they have to keep money in their homeland.
  4. FC SKIF
    FC SKIF 8 March 2014 07: 15
    +8
    I don’t even know what sanctions they can apply so that they don’t get worse. Unless they stop supplying us with Big Macs, what a grief.
    1. Roman Skomorokhov
      Roman Skomorokhov 8 March 2014 08: 40
      +1
      Ha! Let it be known to you, both cola and poppies have long been produced with us!
      1. bomg.77
        bomg.77 8 March 2014 11: 41
        +38
        Quote: Banshee
        Ha! Let it be known to you, both cola and poppies have long been produced with us!
        1. Max otto
          Max otto 8 March 2014 13: 06
          +11
          Oh come on! All this crap in Russia has long been produced, all their brands are locally produced. America is a business, a pure franchise, they themselves are not beneficial sanctions.
          ... With an "unexpected" drop in quotations, Russia bought out for "American money" a significant amount (in some places up to 30%) of the shares of its Own Monopolies! By buying them out, first of all, from foreign holders struck by panic.

          As a result, it has seriously strengthened its financial and economic independence in the market.

          According to the available information, this exchange special operation is attributed to the execution of Medvedev. Our specialists give it "5+" and express "admiration" for the preparation and implementation.
          Everything is played as if by notes. I would not be surprised if Merkel's remark about Putin's "madness" was intended to finish off prices by inflating speculators' panic.

          http://maxpark.com/community/politic/content/2568194
          1. bomg.77
            bomg.77 8 March 2014 13: 26
            +3
            Quote: Max Otto
            Oh come on! All this crap in Russia has long been produced, everything and
            Well, it's figurative! So everyone knows that this has been done in Russia for a long time! Regarding the purchase of shares from foreign holders, this operation could only be carried out by a person standing at the top of the pyramid and having the correct roles for all participants. Medvedev is not the character, he is just a performer, as I think, Nabiulin thought this whole economic component!
            Quote: Max Otto
            http://maxpark.com/community/politic/content/2568194
            I read this article.
            1. Max otto
              Max otto 8 March 2014 13: 50
              0
              Quote: bomg.77
              ..Medvedev is not that character, he is just a performer, as I think, Nabiulin thought this whole economic component!

              Yes, everything is possible, but I did not comment on this article. The role of Medvedev reminds me of a lightning rod, a whipping boy. There must be, in which case, the sacred sacrifice of all failure laughing
              1. bomg.77
                bomg.77 8 March 2014 14: 40
                +3
                Quote: Max Otto
                The role of Medvedev reminds me of a lightning rod, a whipping boy. There must be, in which case, a sacred sacrifice of all failures
                laughing They say Medvedev during the war, sent to his grandmother .... laughing
              2. Vasyan1971
                Vasyan1971 8 March 2014 22: 23
                +1
                The character is necessary and very important. The main thing is that everyone should be in their place!
        2. Current 72
          Current 72 8 March 2014 15: 14
          +1
          Thanks for the humor !!! Put bold + (plus)!
          1. bomg.77
            bomg.77 8 March 2014 15: 56
            +10
            Quote: Current 72
            Thanks for the humor !!! Put bold + (plus)!
            Well then, still on the Maidan))
            1. von Stirlitz
              von Stirlitz 11 March 2014 01: 01
              0
              further with a bare backside. but in europe.
        3. gunter_laux
          gunter_laux 8 March 2014 20: 47
          0
          Respect !!!! drinks
        4. Vasyan1971
          Vasyan1971 8 March 2014 22: 20
          0
          But we will keep a waist
        5. sesame
          sesame 10 March 2014 20: 36
          0
          Well, about whiskey, you get excited, we will catch it ourselves drinks
  5. mak210
    mak210 8 March 2014 07: 20
    +16
    T.N. The "brothers" took someone else's, hid, taking advantage of the dementia of a drunken man in a snot, and torn in a hat Monomakh, like a dog in heat, a godfather (exactly like that). And the presence of Sevastopol, which was not part of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, pretended not to notice, and now they are constantly blackmailing. It’s not good, they don’t act like that in decent houses, they also tease: "Was, is and will be," well, like children, in fact. T.N. "brothers", are you not ashamed?

    I hope that the Crimeans will make the right and, of course, the right decision. And products ... China, with one of the most dynamic and largest economies in the world, will enthusiastically take the place of European suppliers, and oil and gas will calmly swallow it. But the "human rights activists" will hardly be able to return to the markets.

    Summary: 2-3 years will make some noise, like with Afgan, and calm down, and Crimea will forever be a Russian unsinkable aircraft carrier, and, of course, "a smithy, and a granary, and a health resort"!

    Threat I hope that finally on the Kuril Islands we will finally close the question.
  6. Takashi
    Takashi 8 March 2014 07: 21
    +8
    Likely they will refuse our Gas, Chevrolet Niva.
    We will get more, mb Gazprom will turn to face its own country and gas will fall in price :) :) :) :)
    Unhappy 9 people were expelled from Canada :) :) :) so joyful
    1. Roman Skomorokhov
      Roman Skomorokhov 8 March 2014 08: 41
      +2
      Niva and what? There is one cross from Chevrolet.
      1. Mikhail3
        Mikhail3 8 March 2014 21: 16
        +1
        Maybe finally the engine will be put on the Chevy Niva 140, after which it will become the best SUV in terms of parameters. It is unrealistic to plant her now, she does not skid at all. But the co-owners tightly block the installation of a powerful engine on it. What is it for?
  7. Enot-poloskun
    Enot-poloskun 8 March 2014 07: 41
    +22
    Many talk about the losses incurred by the entry of the eastern territories of Ukraine into Russia. I am sure that Crimea will not be limited.

    But for some reason everyone forgets about profits.

    These are the bases of the fleet in Crimea, and the development of the resort business (the "all-Union health resort", and the industry of Kharkov, Donetsk, Zaporozhye.

    Yes, a lot needs to be invested in Ukrainian plants. But the return will be! We invest American candy wrappers - we get the products that the country needs!

    And about agriculture, especially about the expansion of arable land, we must not forget!

    I am sure that there will be profit.

    Profit is not in the form of candy wrappers, but in the form of products.
    1. Roman Skomorokhov
      Roman Skomorokhov 8 March 2014 08: 47
      +20
      Crimea is not only bases and beaches. This is also Massandra, Inkerman, Koktebel.

      Since I am a frenzied fan of the products manufactured there, I mine it with all sorts of difficulties. sad

      Let it all go to our market! EVERYTHING!!!

      For me, better than 100 grams of "Kakhovka" or "Koktebel" made in the Crimean Autonomous Region, and not in Crimea, than a liter of vomit, which is fashionable today. This is me about whiskar.

      Listen to today's fans - well, do not drink whiskey - redneck. And I, excuse me, my mother does better swipes.
      1. Ingvar 72
        Ingvar 72 8 March 2014 08: 58
        +8
        Quote: Banshee
        For me, 100 grams of "Kakhovka" or "Koktebel" is better,

        I enjoy the pleasure of Massandra’s dessert wines. Muscat is white of red stone, Bastardo, and Cahors have the BEST. drinks
        1. housekeeper
          housekeeper 8 March 2014 15: 13
          +9
          Quote: Ingvar 72
          Banshee

          What are you doing, bigots! While reading your couple of lines, saliva came out. drinks laughing
        2. gunter_laux
          gunter_laux 8 March 2014 20: 50
          +3
          Yes, and Odessa pepper is very good !!! And Massandra's wine is a fairy tale!
    2. Boa kaa
      Boa kaa 8 March 2014 12: 11
      +3
      Quote: Enot-poloskun
      Many talk about the losses incurred by the entry of the eastern territories of Ukraine into Russia. I am sure that Crimea will not be limited.

      Everyone remembers 1990, German unification, the best German of the year, the euphoria of the Germans on the occasion of the reunification of their homeland. But the holidays quickly ended, and the harsh reality began. The GDR - the industrial flagship of the CMEA - found itself in the position of a patient with an oxygen bag from Deutsche marks. Germany has invested over 10 billion gold marks to bring the eastern lands up to the level of Bavaria. Germany for 10 years "digested" the economy of the GDR, bringing it to a common denominator. And this is an economically developed, cultural, prosperous country by socialist standards.
      Now imagine collapsed the economy of today's Ukraine, occupying 41 place in GDP for 2013year. Its slaughtered factories, a weeping population. And all this will need to be hung on the state budget of our country, which is similar to Trishkin’s caftan (scarce!). Then for sure - goodbye to raising pensions, salaries to state employees, they will probably revise the rearmament and social development programs of the territories.
      Where do you think idea of ​​helping Crimeans from the regions? It seems easier than that, set aside from the budget. Therefore, Pu says: let the residents of Crimea decide, and we will help.
      It turns out that USA, playing the Ukrainian card, in any case, the win: ride Maidan - good! not a ride - Russia will for a long time deal with internal problems with the newly acquired lands and their population, and will not be so active in meddling in business. Syria, Asia-Pacific, Venisuela - will recede into the background.
      Here three times you need to think: whether not to miss the moment and restore historical justice - to return Crimea to its homeland; or to make it a "state of Crimea" (which is what the authorities of the peninsula are doing now) with the prospect of being accepted into the newly created Union, but in a couple of years.
      Another problem: How beneficial is the fragmentation of the once powerful European state, even if the eastern and southern lands of Ukraine are included in Russia? Maybe it’s better for us to have a friendly neighbor who is involved in our sphere of influence and connected with us by close ties of production cooperation (Antonov, Motor Sich, Nikolaev Shipyard).
      I am sure all of these options are discussed at the top. What decision will be made - I do not know.
      But I can assume: in order not to tease the geese, we will build a "state of Crimea" within the Republic of Uzbekistan, we will nurture and protect it (an agreement of friendship and mutual assistance). We will try to preserve a united Ukraine, but on a federal basis. We will find a politician with whom we can do business in the spirit of friendship and good neighborliness, and make him President.
      Well, ah if it doesn’t work out in a good way, everyone will have to remember that we, the Slavs, do not abandon our in trouble! Crimea will be ours in any way!
      IMHO.
      1. Setrac
        Setrac 8 March 2014 13: 11
        +11
        Quote: Boa constrictor KAA
        The German Democratic Republic, the CMEA industrial flagship, found itself in the position of a patient with an oxygen cushion made of Deutsch stamps. Germany invested more than 10 billion gold marks to pull the eastern lands to the level of Bavaria.

        There are no parallels here, a few years after joining Russia, Crimea will be in the top ten economically most developed regions of Russia.
        Quote: Boa constrictor KAA
        how beneficial is the fragmentation of the once powerful European state

        This is when Ukraine was a "powerful European state"?
        1. Boa kaa
          Boa kaa 8 March 2014 20: 48
          +2
          Quote: Setrac
          This is when Ukraine was a "powerful European state"?

          When it was part of the USSR. Do not forget: the Ukrainian SSR, like the BSSR, was the founding state of the UN. Ukraine had its own parliament, government, language, etc. But the functions of external relations (Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Trade, currency, defense) were transferred to the Union Government. So your statement is at least debatable.
        2. Boa kaa
          Boa kaa 8 March 2014 21: 03
          +2
          Quote: Setrac
          There are no parallels here

          “Let me, let me!” Said Ippolit Matveyevich.
          Sergey's statement concerned the whole of Ukraine, and not just the Crimea. This is the first.
          And secondly, how is the situation on the peninsula better than in Kharkov or Donetsk? Right! Only the climate. And economically - the same ya., Side view. Crimea, what kind of powerful economy does it have? Wine factories, motels, the holiday season, agricultural enterprises - and that’s all, I can’t remember anything else. Accordingly, the contribution to the country's economy. So it is unlikely that he will be able to compare with Dneprodzerzhinsk, Nikolaev (in his best years) and other industrial centers of the country.
          1. Setrac
            Setrac 8 March 2014 22: 00
            +2
            Quote: Boa constrictor KAA
            Sergey's statement concerned the whole of Ukraine, and not just the Crimea. This is the first.

            What I said about Crimea is true for the whole of Ukraine.
            Quote: Boa constrictor KAA
            And secondly, how is the situation on the peninsula better than in Kharkov or Donetsk? Correctly! Only the climate.

            Namely, it is thanks to the climate that climate is the main factor affecting how competitive the economy of a country is in an open market. The GDR had the climate advantage over the rest of the Warsaw Pact countries, however, it did not have this advantage over the FRG, and even vice versa. The German Democratic Republic was inferior to West Germany precisely because of the climate, but Ukraine has a climate advantage over Russia, this applies to all of Eastern Europe, they will be rich with Russia and poor with the West, which happened in the 20th century and is happening now.
            so no parallels, the situation is not parallel, but the opposite.
          2. Vasyan1971
            Vasyan1971 8 March 2014 22: 32
            +2
            "How the state gets richer and why does it not need gold when it has a simple product." A.S. Pushkin
      2. housekeeper
        housekeeper 8 March 2014 15: 31
        +3
        Boa kaa
        That's right, it's too early to shout about the entry of the South-East of Ukraine into Russia. The economy of Ukraine is destroyed, the national debt is impressive, and the restoration of industry requires huge amounts of money with no prospect of return in the near future. But today's Russia, although the fifth economy in the world, is very far from the level of the Soviet Union at the peak of its power. And the "conscientious citizens" of Russia will start yelling - "Enough to feed Ukraine." Now we really need diplomatic and moral help to restore order in the country. And only then you will need economic support in the form of orders. But we ourselves must do everything to restore order and restore the economy. So the option with a friendly or allied state Ukraine seems to me the most sensible option. hi
        1. Sigismund
          Sigismund 8 March 2014 17: 14
          +4
          With all due respect, to my beloved Ukraine, I think that it will no longer be able to exist in the form that it remained after the Soviet Union. And if the Americans still turn on, the "mechanism" of Bismarck, "play off two close peoples." ...
      3. matross
        matross 8 March 2014 15: 33
        +2
        Quote: Boa constrictor KAA
        in order not to tease the geese, we will build a "state of Crimea" within the Republic of Uzbekistan, we will nurture and protect it (an agreement of friendship and mutual assistance).

        Are you watching the news? Your assumption contradicts just EVERYTHING!
      4. HollyGremlin
        HollyGremlin 10 March 2014 09: 58
        +3
        Germany for 10 years "digested" the economy of the GDR
        Those. in 10 years, double the population, double the number of plants, and double the territory. Isn't that worth the effort? Yes, such achievements require centuries. If one Crimea joins, then this is + 2%, if eastern Ukraine then + 1% of the population. And not loafers. And nobody will take the west for nothing.
  8. mountain
    mountain 8 March 2014 07: 45
    +12
    The more we pedal, the faster we will balance our industry and economy. And even more entrenched in our consciousness and the world.
    1. Leshka Chuvash
      Leshka Chuvash 8 March 2014 11: 25
      +8
      I agree. A good chance to reorient the economy from raw materials to production and industry. The main thing is to correctly use this chance
    2. Vasyan1971
      Vasyan1971 8 March 2014 22: 37
      +2
      Well yes. Satiety and well-being give birth and cultivate laziness. Brain including. And when the enemy is at the gate - you have to nimble
  9. JIaIIoTb
    JIaIIoTb 8 March 2014 08: 04
    +4
    At the same time, Mr. Komorowski notes that such more than substantial losses are a sobering tool for Vladimir Putin.

    Oh, agree. I wonder how much the countries of these talkers cost? Is it time to take them as compensation and restoration of historical justice?
    1. Roman Skomorokhov
      Roman Skomorokhov 8 March 2014 08: 49
      +1
      Quote: JIaIIoTb
      At the same time, Mr. Komorowski notes that such more than substantial losses are a sobering tool for Vladimir Putin.


      Oh, what are you listening to these doggies ...

      Quote: JIaIIoTb
      Is it time to take them as compensation and restoration of historical justice?


      In ... do we have few trash? No, you can’t take Poland in any way, everything will be on Bolotnaya. No, we don’t need someone else! And we won’t give up our own
      1. Boa kaa
        Boa kaa 8 March 2014 12: 32
        +2
        Quote: Banshee
        No, you can’t take Poland in any way, everything will be on Bolotnaya. No, we don’t need someone else! And we won’t give up our own

        Roma, well, do not be so greedy, please! Give them our belolentochnik! And let yourself choke!
        Slogan of the moment: WET --- in a SWAMP!
        EVERYONE IN JUDAH --- ASpen!
  10. Sterlya
    Sterlya 8 March 2014 08: 16
    +1
    Think the smartest as always. but they don’t know that suckers
  11. Nikich
    Nikich 8 March 2014 08: 19
    +1
    Quote: poccinin
    they will leave alone. others will come. business is business. besides the USA and the EU there is still half the world. they can intimidate the Papuans and RUSSIA 5 is the economy in the world all the same. you just can’t dismiss us.

    Plus, this is not a weak army and the largest reserves of natural resources.
    1. Roman Skomorokhov
      Roman Skomorokhov 8 March 2014 08: 50
      +1
      Quote: Nikich
      still not a weak army


      Those wishing to check something do not queue ... laughing
  12. Stinger
    Stinger 8 March 2014 08: 41
    0
    Topic zaezdali, there is nothing to comment on.
  13. J. Tapia
    J. Tapia 8 March 2014 08: 44
    0
    http://predatel.net/ добавляем новые лица
    1. Boa kaa
      Boa kaa 8 March 2014 13: 15
      +11
      Quote: J. Tapia
      add new faces

      Dima, thanks for the link! Previously, I only heard reptiles, read them vyblevy, and now I saw their burry faces on the display. HAZARD!
      But, as a military man, he was intrigued by the thought of one idiot with a burry surname:
      STANISLAV BELKOWSKY <br>•
      "Very simple - Bahrain, The Fifth US Navy deals a tactical nuclear strike. This is done in two seconds. Black Sea Fleet disappears and at this moment everyone's brains fall into place "
      And he thinks that he is a real politician (political scientist) and really thinks !? He does not even know that the Russian Black Sea Fleet is the task of the 6th, not the 5th US Fleet. And in 2 seconds you can only shoot yourself, which I sincerely wish this instigator of the 3rd World War. Better to shoot in the head so that "the brains fall into place."
      The Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Federation does not disappear, but it becomes stronger, and this is a fact! So - Bummer, Mr. Belkovsky, son of a Pole and a Jewess!
      1. oldy
        oldy 8 March 2014 20: 05
        +3
        SALA TO UKRAINE !!! UKRAINE SALA !!! soon it will not be long to wait when the Maydauns will howl from hunger and will greet each other with just such a greeting ... In general, I think the leaders of the Maidan should be awarded the Order of Merit to the Fatherland by our government of the Russian Federation - :))) because they are, to put it mildly, thoughtless anti-Russian laws and statements about support for the fascist slogans of Bandera's heirs catalyzed the processes of separation of Crimea from Ukraine and the "Ukrainian spring" in the South East !!! And Yarosh and activists of the Right Sector should first be awarded with a piece of bacon and a pile of vodka before his death and then hung on the Kiev Maidan- :))) what kind of maydanut stupid people are short-sighted? And in the CIA, it turns out that not so smart and astute advisers and analysts are sitting, since they could not correctly assess the situation and direct the Ukrainians in the right direction ... "We will hang up later" - :))) - the words of some idiot in Yatsenyuk's government - makes you laugh ...
    2. housekeeper
      housekeeper 8 March 2014 15: 47
      +1
      add new faces
      Here you can add thisOr is he just drunk in the trash?
      1. oldy
        oldy 8 March 2014 20: 11
        +4
        You went to the Maidan free you are our Russian stupid man nationalist !!!
      2. gunter_laux
        gunter_laux 8 March 2014 21: 02
        +4
        I did not suspect Pashinin about such a worldview. He is not drunk and not sick on the head ... The way to him at the Dovzhenko film studio, so as not to .....
      3. Boa kaa
        Boa kaa 8 March 2014 22: 40
        +5
        Quote: little house
        Or is he just drunk in the trash?

        He's just a liar !!! Shameless and arrogant, dressed in the toga of a man "above the crowd."
        I would like to hear from him a comment on this photo... For which all members of the forum (especially women) I apologize. I am not a nationalist, and I would not like to incite hatred towards Ukrainians, but after this "I want to shoot!" I regret one thing: the father of the peoples did not finish the cleansing of the Banderlog in his time, but it went back to haunt today!
        1. RusSever
          RusSever 9 March 2014 12: 29
          0
          Where is this from? What kind of bastards did and took off ?? There's an answer?
          1. zzzel
            zzzel 10 March 2014 12: 28
            0
            if with a picture above, then this is after the rout of the American diplomatic mission there only the flag was changed, it should be Amerovsky
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        2. von Stirlitz
          von Stirlitz 11 March 2014 01: 09
          +1
          p about d to n to and fascist. You will answer me for Khatyn!
  14. Pastor
    Pastor 8 March 2014 08: 56
    0
    I remembered the old song: "there will still be"
    all current begins ..
  15. AnpeL
    AnpeL 8 March 2014 08: 58
    +2
    A good article, but the issue of transferring the Kuril to the Japs, anyway, is not even worth considering.
  16. pensioner
    pensioner 8 March 2014 09: 30
    +1
    Not. I saw every obama, but something like the one in the photo in the article has not yet happened ... In the process, someone planted him ... Well, or something will happen now ... repeat
    1. 528Obrp
      528Obrp 8 March 2014 09: 37
      +3
      Quote: retired
      Well, or something will happen now ..
      This is after yesterday. Right now, from the rostrum, they will all puke.
    2. SRC P-15
      SRC P-15 8 March 2014 09: 58
      +6
      Quote: retired
      Not. I saw every obama, but something like the one in the photo in the article has not yet happened ... In the process, someone planted him ... Well, or something will happen now ...

      In, then rolled his lips! laughing
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      2. siberalt
        siberalt 8 March 2014 10: 38
        +4
        They do not give a roll, so I rolled it up. laughing
      3. gunter_laux
        gunter_laux 8 March 2014 21: 04
        0
        Thoughtful however ...
      4. Arkan
        Arkan 8 March 2014 23: 26
        0
        "That paws ache, then the tail falls off ..."

        Or maybe the "white stone" is unbearable.
      5. Kushadasov
        Kushadasov 9 March 2014 18: 33
        0
        it seems that the more this monkey stars with the high required, the more his ears grow ...
      6. von Stirlitz
        von Stirlitz 11 March 2014 01: 26
        0
        Vladimir Vladimirovich is ready for anything
  17. pensioner
    pensioner 8 March 2014 09: 56
    +9
    Thank you Alex for the article.
    Of course, the Japanese authorities are well aware that if they make at least one ik on the imposition of sanctions against Russia, then it is unlikely that in the foreseeable future they should ever count on at least some kind of negotiations on the South Kuril Islands. But, most likely, precisely this question today is the determining one for Japan
    And here I will allow to disagree with you. Yes, in Japan, they have not been counting on returning Yuri Kuril for a long time. Don't be stupid. For the yapps, all the hype about them is something like shamanistic rituals or a Christmas tree for the New Year - a tradition that came from ancient times. But liquefied gas from Russia is already a strong argument. Yes, and a lot of other things they sell to us in order to take and jeopardize these incomes ... And the negotiation process on the subject of Yuri Kuril is an exciting game on the topic: "I know that you know that I know ... ", i.e. an activity no less exciting than putting an owl on a globe: interesting, long, to no avail ...
    1. Mainbeam
      Mainbeam 8 March 2014 13: 16
      0
      As far as I remember, the area of ​​the disputed Kuril Islands of the Russian Federation-Japan is less than the area of ​​the disputed islands of China-Japan. Arguing is standard practice. As now, the war for the Antarctic began as soon as the tan minerals were discovered.

      http://www.softmixer.com/2012/10/blog-post_12.html
      Japan claims that China and Taiwan began to claim the islands only after it became clear that there are a lot of minerals in the area.


      The fact is that the conflict between Japan and China in the East China Sea can activate similar territorial disputes throughout the region. After all, the Senkaku Islands (Diaoyu), which Taiwan, besides China and Japan, by the way, claim to be, are not the only apple of discord in the region. In the South China Sea, at least six countries - China, Taiwan, Vietnam, Malaysia, the Philippines and Brunei - dispute each other's Spratly Islands. The Paracel Islands are claimed by China, Taiwan and Vietnam. The Dokdo Islands (Liancourt) in the Sea of ​​Japan are an apple of contention between Japan and South Korea. Japan claims four islands of the Kuril Ridge, which Russia considers to be its own.
    2. dude_not_in_theme
      dude_not_in_theme 8 March 2014 18: 25
      0
      well said laughing
  18. siberalt
    siberalt 8 March 2014 10: 42
    0
    So I want to shout out thanks to Obama for help in collecting Russian lands! Well, stupid! laughing What can be done with the pshek, with the Russians will not work. Let him ask his McFaul if he at least understood something?
  19. Fantazer911
    Fantazer911 8 March 2014 10: 44
    0
    Hello!
    The hegemony of the United States has long been a thing of the past, as it began in the 90s, then it began to decline, and we warned them about the lessons of history in a good way, teach who will go with the sword and die!
    And the fact that the Mattresses owed to China is no secret, I know everything, we can only help that we will collapse the dollar by handing it in exchange points and there is no better than our ruble.
    Our choice is ours, or our currency, i.e. our ruble or their dollars, only the question is whether we are ready to convey to the masses that it is necessary to get rid of dollar dependence and completely switch to our rubles, thereby we will not only support our producer and our economy and completely get away from dollar and euro dependence!
    1. Boa kaa
      Boa kaa 8 March 2014 13: 28
      +1
      Quote: Fantazer911
      and completely get away from dollar and euro dependence!

      Trade with other countries for what you will, dear !? Gold bullion or how to carry something? Well, it’s possible to offset with China, but with Germany? And the rest of Europe will not understand you ...
      I suggest thinking.what
      1. fore
        fore 8 March 2014 16: 52
        +3
        Let them buy our ruble and pay it to Russia.
  20. de bouillon
    de bouillon 8 March 2014 10: 46
    +1
    and I’ll try to give a list of these officials who may well suffer

    Remezkov Alexander Alexandrovich (born April 7, 1962, the city of Urgench, Khorezm region, Uzbek SSR) is a deputy of the State Duma (sixth convocation) of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation from the Krasnodar Territory, deputy secretary of the regional political council of the Krasnodar regional branch of the All-Russian political party United Russia ”, Chairman of the Krasnodar Regional Branch of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, President of the Association of Sports in Combat Sports of the Krasnodar Territory, Member of the Board of Trustees of the All-Russian Public Organization“ Board of Trustees of the Criminal Executive System ”. Member of the United Russia Party. [1] Prior to being elected to the State Duma, he was the chairman of the board of directors of Black Sea Finance Company LLC. Professor of the Kuban State Agrarian University. Honored Economist of the Kuban. Honorary Auditor of Russia. Honorary builder of Russia. He was awarded the medal "For outstanding contribution to the development of the Kuban" 1 degree.

    all his children study abroad. Especially flashed the eldest son Stepan, who is now studying at the expensive private Hofstra University in New York.
  21. parus2nik
    parus2nik 8 March 2014 10: 50
    +1
    On freezing the accounts of officials .. On the one hand, here we know your corrupt officials, we will show them .. and the people, oh, the right decision, down with corruption .. And on the other hand, freezing the accounts of these unnamed officials .. this is a fifth plaintext telegram Column: Bastards for which we pay you money, immediately we demand your intervention, put pressure on decision-making, otherwise let us go around the world ..
  22. de bouillon
    de bouillon 8 March 2014 10: 56
    +1
    more...

    Vladimir Alekseevich Pekhtin (b. December 9, 1950, Leningrad, USSR) - Russian statesman and politician. He was a deputy of the State Duma of the III, IV, V and VI convocations, chairman of the State Duma commission on parliamentary ethics, deputy chairman of the State Duma, first deputy of the United Russia faction. Former member of the Board of Directors of RAO UES of Russia, General Director of Kolymaenergo OJSC (a subsidiary of RusHydro OJSC).

    Vladimir Pekhtin, along with his son Alexei, currently owns two apartments in Miami Beach (Florida) worth $ 540,900 and $ 1,275,000, as well as a plot with a house and pool in Florida, which cost them more than $ 400,000. Thus, the total value of the property exceeds $ 2 million.

    Son is in business.
  23. de bouillon
    de bouillon 8 March 2014 10: 57
    0
    Quote: parus2nik
    On freezing the accounts of officials .. On the one hand, here we know your corrupt officials, we will show them .. and the people, oh, the right decision, down with corruption .. And on the other hand, freezing the accounts of these unnamed officials .. this is a fifth plaintext telegram Column: Bastards for which we pay you money, immediately we demand your intervention, put pressure on decision-making, otherwise let us go around the world ..



    absolutely agree
  24. Fantazer911
    Fantazer911 8 March 2014 10: 57
    0
    And as for the Kuril Islands, that opinion is unambiguous.
    If you give Kurrila, then we all will have a minus, since the approach of foreign states to our border is not good, the closer they are to us, the worse for us, the border will shift with the territory, the territory will be displaced afterwards, let’s not be far away from us, and they feel good and we will be calmer.
  25. rasputin17
    rasputin17 8 March 2014 11: 06
    +3
    Russia is a superpower, the largest player in the stock and commodity markets, a country with leadership and huge potentials! An empire with which no state, including the United States itself, is able to conduct power dialogues alone, since Russia's nuclear parity and its position in the world community cool the hottest heads !! And speculation with some sort of sanctions against it looks like an American horror movie for preschool children !!! From their own powerlessness and the inability to oppose anything to counterbalance Russia on the NATO world arena And the United States puppet of the United Nations will take the most primitive measures, measures of lies and meanness showing the whole world its rot !!!
  26. psychologist
    psychologist 8 March 2014 11: 29
    +6
    Yes, even lose 100 billion. Bucks, for the Crimea is not a pity !!!
  27. stayer
    stayer 8 March 2014 11: 38
    +2
    The Americons will put pressure on Germany with all their might to impose sanctions. And not because to annoy Russia. Germany will lose a lot from sanctions. A strong player in the face of Germany, the United States is not needed. Under the pretext of punishing Russia, the United States weakens a strong player. If only Germany understood this. I think not fools.
  28. Dezinto
    Dezinto 8 March 2014 11: 39
    +5
    Obama is a gift to our country! wink
    1. Ship
      Ship 10 March 2014 21: 34
      0
      Obama and Bush Jr
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  29. Bosk
    Bosk 8 March 2014 11: 42
    +1
    It is stupid to threaten Russia with sanctions, as can be seen from the example of the 90s. at the very least, but survived ... I think it won't be worse, but the same America, for example, has such a shock ... I doubt that it will survive. Although, on the other hand, let them be driven, but Russia should also be in charge of sanctions and not any lists of "Dima ...", but you have to beat your pocket - they only understand this language!
    1. Valentine77 64
      Valentine77 64 8 March 2014 12: 09
      0
      Russia does not need to create lists. Retaliatory sanctions are the complete nationalization of foreign capital (material and virtual) in Russia and Little Russia!
      And close Sakhalin-1
    2. Vasyan1971
      Vasyan1971 8 March 2014 22: 50
      0
      In the face, liver, and kidneys, who would also do well
  30. Valentine77 64
    Valentine77 64 8 March 2014 12: 04
    0
    My opinion is:
    - Ukraine is a myth that will be forgotten after 100 years, since artificially created state formations cannot exist for more than the time of growing up of one generation, that is, 20-30 years (which is happening now)
    - And "the revolution is devouring its children" (one of the greats).
    - In the future, Galicia and Volhynia - a slowly dying bandit region (with barbed wire under tension in the whole region) - it’s a pity only the Rusyns, but they have a way out, that is, to become part of Slovakia.
  31. Dezinto
    Dezinto 8 March 2014 12: 26
    +6
    that’s why these zats for so long rushing in their anti-human plans ?? I can’t understand .. How long can it be time to slow down this machine of terror !!
    1. von Stirlitz
      von Stirlitz 11 March 2014 01: 17
      0
      Once and for all, the Slavs must give bribes to individuals beyond a large puddle. Different armies came to us through Brest - they later fled like a sprint at the Olympics.
  32. saag
    saag 8 March 2014 12: 35
    +2
    Come on, comrade Obamov, pull yourself up, you need to crank up the exclusion of the Russian Federation from the WTO, I know it will be difficult, but now it’s easy for anyone :-)
  33. Dezinto
    Dezinto 8 March 2014 13: 15
    +2
    So long they tried to join the WTO, and only losses come out of it!
  34. Mainbeam
    Mainbeam 8 March 2014 14: 03
    -4
    I will try to express my negative attitude to the article as gently as possible. No way.

    Apparently, Mr. Komorowski is not aware that the position “the Russians don’t abandon their own” (excuse me for pathos) is, in the last resort, based on questions of some financial and quotation losses ...

    I think that GDP and Co. calculated everything perfectly. And the current losses, and predicted for any outcome of the Ukrainian putsch, and the possible pluses from the acquisition of Crimea. “Russians do not abandon their own people” - this is for the people. And geopolitics is a clean economy.

    In his opinion, the new German energy policy in such a situation may even be in danger. Recall that according to the new energy policy, Germany is going to reduce the percentage of nuclear energy use in the medium term and increase the percentage of hydrocarbon use.

    Is it because the Maydans immediately tried to privatize the Ukrainian nuclear power plants? Would have joined the EU - would have supplied electricity, and Germany immediately reduced its dependence on hydrocarbons. Somewhere I saw confirmation, but for now only:
    http://topwar.ru/40883-yustas-aleksu.html
    The Germans also plan to bite off a bit. Yatsenyuk was given the task of privatizing ALL nuclear power plants. The “buyer” will be Westinghouse Electric.


    Well, complete nonsense:
    Of course, the Japanese authorities are well aware that if they make at least one ik on the imposition of sanctions against Russia, then it is unlikely that in the foreseeable future they should ever count on at least some kind of negotiations on the South Kuril Islands. But, most likely, precisely this question today is the determining one for Japan

    At least recall that territorial disputes are ordinary political games.
    http://www.softmixer.com/2012/10/blog-post_12.html
    The fact is that the conflict between Japan and China in the East China Sea can activate similar territorial disputes throughout the region. After all, the Senkaku Islands (Diaoyu), which Taiwan, besides China and Japan, by the way, claim to be, are not the only apple of discord in the region. In the South China Sea, at least six countries - China, Taiwan, Vietnam, Malaysia, the Philippines and Brunei - dispute each other's Spratly Islands. The Paracel Islands are claimed by China, Taiwan and Vietnam. The Dokdo Islands (Liancourt) in the Sea of ​​Japan are an apple of contention between Japan and South Korea. Japan claims four islands of the Kuril Ridge, which Russia considers to be its own.


    Sorry if it was too harsh. And do not consider it criticism.
    Read more. Look wider. Think more globally
    1. pensioner
      pensioner 8 March 2014 23: 10
      +2
      Quote: MainBeam
      Sorry if it was too harsh. And do not consider it criticism.
      Read more. Look wider. Think more globally

      Well, you, in turn, respect the Authors. And if you consider yourself a competent enough companion - write articles and post them. Just write without delirium, if you can ...
    2. 17085
      17085 9 March 2014 01: 58
      0
      Westinghouse Electric is cool, what are they going to redo the reactors? I doubt it ... Are they idiots? It is also doubtful. The guys are serious.
      In general, why did you leave this link? Westinghouse Electric did not find anything related there.
    3. hitech
      hitech 9 March 2014 03: 33
      0
      I will try as soft as possible ...


      And nothing that there are living people? Or "just business - nothing personal"? If our leadership pushes Crimea away, guided by an "economic" issue, then this will be the first nail in the coffin of Russia's unity. Chasing money, we often lose all our humanity.
  35. Current 72
    Current 72 8 March 2014 14: 53
    +2
    Thanks to Alexey Volodin for the article !!! Even to a simple layman everything is clear and understandable! Stop dancing to the tune of the United States, I am addressing this to all those who support the United States, and look into their mouths, believing in everything that the United States is promoting.
  36. N-FORCER
    N-FORCER 8 March 2014 15: 16
    0
    Why do not our authorities close the export of goods to the EU? They would have died of starvation in a crisis in every way (well, or at least production would have fallen dramatically). Meanwhile, we should create the EAC together with China India and other countries, and transform the SCO into the OShD (Shanghai Treaty Organization), an analogue of our former ATS and NATO. And then this EU crisis should be included in the EAC (and in the meantime, NATO will fall apart and end US dominance around the world). And then open the anti-American bloc.
    (Well, if of course it would be so easy)
  37. schizophrenic
    schizophrenic 8 March 2014 15: 27
    +2
    It is not in vain that the GDP fed the whole West with gingerbread now if they don’t want to eat it, the GDP will apply the whip and the West will have to choke. And now a joke. Obama went to hunt a bear, crept up to the den and put a trunk into it and fired, and then Obama slammed on the shoulder, and there was a bear.
    Bear and says "And what to do with you" Obama "I can bend down" Bear "Let's bend over"
    Obama returns home, combing the ass, takes the plastit and re-establishes itself to the den, lays back in it, undermines and again the cotton on the shoulder turns around.
    Mishka asks "Do you want" Obama "What is the last time"
    Returns very angry and thinks "Why go to the forest, Mishka will catch again, I'd better send the UAV"
    Obama went to the command post, entered the data, only press the fire button, clap on the shoulder.
    Obama turns around, sees Bear and immediately says "Just like last time" by them.
  38. dude_not_in_theme
    dude_not_in_theme 8 March 2014 18: 35
    +1
    Quote: Fantazer911
    Hello!
    The hegemony of the United States has long been a thing of the past, as it began in the 90s, then it began to decline, and we warned them about the lessons of history in a good way, teach who will go with the sword and die!
    And the fact that the Mattresses owed to China is no secret, I know everything, we can only help that we will collapse the dollar by handing it in exchange points and there is no better than our ruble.
    Our choice is ours, or our currency, i.e. our ruble or their dollars, only the question is whether we are ready to convey to the masses that it is necessary to get rid of dollar dependence and completely switch to our rubles, thereby we will not only support our producer and our economy and completely get away from dollar and euro dependence!

    I’m afraid I won’t be able to completely get away from the dollar in the near future. Almost the entire world economy rests on the dollar. And if it collapses, it is not the United States that will suffer, but those to whom they owe. And they should be ALL (I don’t remember how many there already , like 16 trillion. Dollars). Here is a paradox of the modern financial world.
  39. Deadmen
    Deadmen 8 March 2014 18: 37
    -1
    I don’t even imagine what would have happened if there had been Bush instead of Obama. That would have immediately freaked out with the war.
  40. Gray 43
    Gray 43 8 March 2014 18: 43
    0
    Sanctions, sanctions - Russia is actually already in the EU, judging by the volume of various joint ventures, and this is not only about oil and gas, Europeans are in every possible way competing with Asian firms for a share in the Russian market. Why quarrel? Because of Ukraine? So the sales volume is small there. To recall the cataclysm in Japan, when the largest Japanese concerns reduced the share of production of machines and components, Korean manufacturers wedged in their place. So it will be with us — not then bribes were paid to officials, in order to turn things off irrationally, not according to European standards. Germany grimaces at the events in Crimea (historically), but everything will be as before
  41. Ivan Pomidorov
    Ivan Pomidorov 8 March 2014 18: 54
    +1
    While a banana lover comes up with terrible threats:
    http://www.silverdoctors.com/breaking-ammo-rush-begins-again-as-russia-halts-sov
    iet-ammunition-exports-to-the-us /

    In a nutshell - you mother, and not bullets.
    Calm, clear and businesslike. Without threats and reasoning about high art.
    If you still look at the share of our uranium in their energy sector, then everything becomes very sad on their part ...
    And if you press Coca-Cola, Pepsicola and other crap that makes money in our market, then the bourgeois will quickly banana such president into all the holes so that he thinks ready and not an ass, IMHO.
  42. ObnaPur
    ObnaPur 8 March 2014 19: 59
    +9
    Suddenly ...
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  44. borys
    borys 8 March 2014 20: 33
    +4
    Another important point. After the return of Crimea, the population of Russia
    will increase by more than 2 million people, and far from the worst. Also
    not a trifle.
  45. igorek45
    igorek45 8 March 2014 21: 47
    +1
    The worst thing is that the junta in Kiev drove the remains of Ukrainian troops to the Crimea. Blackwaters quietly stick to them and arrange provocations. They will shoot on both sides.

    Yes, it seems already stuck ..
  46. pav-pon1972
    pav-pon1972 9 March 2014 01: 37
    0
    To be honest, the events on Ukraine, out of control. our FSB, etc. I couldn’t cope with the situation ... Such a situation is possible and advantageous for our law enforcement agencies, but my wife’s sister cannot get to Russia or Belarus from western Ukraine.
    1. hitech
      hitech 9 March 2014 03: 45
      0
      What does our FSB and Ukraine have to do with it? Where is the relationship? Where is the vaunted SBU? Or are they only capable of stating facts? A kind of "Chinese observers".
  47. Magadan
    Magadan 9 March 2014 08: 18
    -1
    We can do a lot of dirty tricks, but we must survive! Let it be shitty financially, but on the other hand, we can easily lose Russia. First they will get rid of the Black Sea Fleet, then they will muddle again in the Caucasus, their fleet will be pulled there. They will split off the Caucasus, they will receive a bridgehead so that in general Russia can be cut across the Volga and the west of the Russian Federation will not be able then without the resources of the East, and the East of the Russian Federation without the industry of the west.
    It is not our country that is to blame for this chaos; it is not we who muddied it all.
    I can’t understand one thing - why should not our Foreign Ministry raise the question of the right of any people to a referendum if the official position of the genocide of this people is in the country where this people lives? Has the junta already spoken a little and done to make the facts of genocide more than obvious to the world community?
    1. mvkot120669
      mvkot120669 10 March 2014 13: 58
      0
      You have long lost Russia .... Base? 25 TOP managers of state companies have a salary of more than 12 billion rubles a year .... The country does not belong to YOU ​​for sure ..
  48. Turkir
    Turkir 9 March 2014 15: 13
    0
    Turkey missed a U.S. aircraft carrier, three submarines, and a destroyer into the Black Sea.
    We are threatened with war.
    Что за авианосец - http://yandex.ru/video/search?text=%D0%B0%D0%B2%D0%B8%D0%B0%D0%BD%D0%BE%D1%81%D0
    %B5%D1%86%20%D0%B4%D0%B6%D0%BE%D1%80%D0%B4%D0%B6%20%D0%B1%D1%83%D1%88&where=all&
    filmId = ZLOP6a698gE
    1. regul002
      regul002 10 March 2014 20: 44
      +1
      According to an international treaty, ships with a displacement of more than 45000 tons are not allowed to pass the Bosphorus and the Dardanels. And China's Turkey "lucidly explained" the consequences of this.
  49. MolGro
    MolGro 9 March 2014 17: 24
    +8
    Everything in life happens)) someone introduces sanctions, someone takes away debts!
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