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The German people believe that Moscow is protecting its legitimate interests in Ukraine, and Sarah Palin gave Obama a nuclear idea.

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A week and a half ago, the American president was not too lazy to make a triple phone call. The “exceptional” disturbed with his messages the highest officials of Germany, Britain, and at the same time Poland. The theme raised by Barack Obama is no longer new: the same “Crimean crisis” (this is what they call it in Western newspapers). Under the pretense of discussing the current situation, the White House host gave instructions to the British, Germans and Poles and explained that all actions in Ukraine should be coordinated with the United States.


The leaders of the designated European countries on another continent shuffled their feet and took the visor (who is like). Satisfied Obama smiled and hung up. "Ukrinform" He cited the official statement of the White House: “The leaders expressed serious concern over Russia's apparent encroachment on Ukrainian sovereignty and territorial integrity, which is a violation of international law and a threat to international peace and security. They stressed that a dialogue should begin between Ukraine and Russia immediately, subject to international assistance as necessary. ”

As further noted in the White House official report, the heads of state pledged to work together on financial assistance packages for Ukraine (bilateral and multilateral).

That's right. Ukraine needs reform. In this issue all international financial institutions, starting with the IMF, agree. The reforms will be prescribed for Ukraine by the West - in this case it is a specialist. The International Monetary Fund, as is known, has destroyed not one country with its “structural reforms”. In the nineties, even Russia was on his shoulder. And it is not difficult to predict that after such an extensive medical practice, Western financial doctors will make incisions with a scalpel exactly where needed. And the patient under the name of Ukraine will lie down for a long time.

Meanwhile, the political relations between Britain and Germany, which the White House was persistently imposing on their point of view, are far from ideal. Britain, like many other EU members, does not approve of Germany’s harsh economic policy, which is actually dictated by the EU countries. The Germans do not like the too tight cooperation of the British special services with the US - this became widely known after revelations from Comrade Snowden. As for the British, they believe that Berlin was determined to make a new “Reich” out of the EU, which would be ruled, apparently, by Angela Merkel. London doesn’t approve of such centralization and is in favor of a purely economic union, without any admixture of politics; moreover, foggy Albion constantly bargains from the EU for all sorts of benefits and preferences for itself, loved, that the Germans, of course, enraged. Either all are equal (and the Germans are a bit more equal than others), or ... "Or" Angela Merkel does not want. Nor does the German people — about half of these people, judging by last year’s polls — want to feed parasites from crisis countries like Greece or Spain. The situation is difficult, and then there is Ukraine. Here, the positions of Germany and the USA diverge: if the heart of the first mil Klitschko, and she is ready to “elect” him, the White House, through the mouth of V. Nuland, rudely made a bet on Yatsenyuk. That is why Obama had to “coordinate” the actions of the Allies in Ukraine a few days ago.

Germany and Britain still agree on something. Both countries are putting pressure on Russia, intending to launch something like the Syrian peace scenario in Ukraine. No, no, get it right, this is not about the invasion of democratic militants, but about the Geneva conferences. London and Berlin want Putin to speak out for a peaceful resolution of the conflict in Crimea, having held talks with the current “government” of Ukraine and with “Western partners” and would give the go-ahead to form some kind of diplomatic “contact group” that would find a way out of the current situation - a way that everyone would like.

Surprisingly, this desire of the West to wishful thinking is possible! Did the conference "Geneva" in Syria give at least some result? No, and could not give. What can you negotiate if the Saudis, Qatari and the West support semi-officially militants in Syria and set their sights on its split, while talking about peace and democracy (and even promised material aid to Syria — Qatar, for example, promised billions)? Fascist militants in Kiev and in the western part of Ukraine - this is the force that rushes to power. This is the force that is armed and well organized. However, the Nazi nationalists do not confuse the West in the same way that bearded militants in Syria do not confuse him. All this is one scenario; The State Department has never had a rich imagination: its employees are used to dealing with templates or tracing paper. Do not confuse the Nazis, Americans and even some Europeans because they really want to annoy them Russian. Fascism at the side of Russia is cool. Let the Russians suffer, and we will see. In order to speed up the process of strangling Russia, the US congressmen even urge Obama to quickly lift the restrictions on shale gas exports to Europe. True, experts have big doubts about the fact that America can play the role of Gazprom. Congressmen are ready to break all the earthly layers of America with a fracking, just to annoy the Russians.

President Putin, by the way, has already phoned D. Cameron and promised to think about creating a “contact group” of diplomats. In British newspapers they write that Putin himself said that he wanted to achieve a diplomatic resolution of the crisis, because a stable Ukraine is in the interests of all parties.

Mr Cameron has developed a vigorous activity against Russia. Responding to a question from parliamentarians about possible actions of the British government in connection with the situation in Ukraine, he said: “I ordered to urgently explore all ties with Russia at the government level. We have already stated that government representatives and royal family members will not go to the Paralympic Games in Sochi. Many other meetings planned at the ministerial level will be canceled due to the current situation. ” He added: “Bilateral relations in the military sphere are being studied, they can be frozen, with the exception of contacts that are required to implement international agreements, in particular on arms control in Europe.” Earlier, the British Prime Minister, following US Secretary of State D. Kerry, threatened to exclude Russia from the G-8.

However, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier opposed the proposal for expulsion. As for Putin, he spoke on March 9 not only with Cameron, but also with Angela Merkel. According to the latter The upcoming Crimean referendum is “illegitimate” because it does not comply with the norms of Ukrainian legislation and international law. Like Cameron, A. Merkel would like to create an international contact group. The German Chancellor stressed the need to urgently achieve significant results towards the formation of a “contact group”.

Press Service of the President of Russia in response noted the “Differences in assessments of what is happening.” V. Putin "stressed that the steps taken by the legitimate leadership of Crimea are based on the norms of international law and are designed to ensure the legitimate interests of the population of the peninsula."

All this shows direct and obvious differences in the positions of Russia and Germany (which, in matters of "legitimacy," brilliantly converges with Britain). At the same time, in some German circles in recent weeks, the great economic thought is repeated that the largest trading partner in the East is not Russia, but “democratic neighbors”: Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Their Axel Springer, author of opinion paper in «Die Welt», calls "emerging economies." Hence the “common” policy of the Germans and Poles: “stabilize” Ukraine, bringing it to a state of “legal certainty”. Such a strategy seems to be viable to the author. And Germany could do more, says Springer.

As for the Kremlin, according to the author, he “intends to destabilize the new Ukraine.” Ukraine, the journalist writes, has suffered more than any other country under the Soviets and the Nazis. In the Kremlin, and today they continue to believe that Ukraine should not continue to go its own way towards a bright European future, complete self-determination and other delights. Approximately this conclusion makes Springer.

In all German newspapers, the Crimean problem is called the same: “Krim-Krise”. This phrase is often placed near the headlines. And what is especially interesting here is that if the authorities and their mouthpieces in the media trumpet "illegitimacy" and repeat ducks about the invasion of Russian troops in Ukrainian cities and villages as arguments, then the German people seem to overlook the governments and the press differently. From the latest polls, it suddenly turned out that while the authorities and its hirelings-hirelings are talking about "contact groups", "illegitimacy" and "destabilization", ordinary German burghers stand on the side of Russia. While European politicians are discussing the introduction of sanctions against Russia, the citizens of Germany are “voting” for Moscow!

Correspondent "Kommersant" Galina Dudina even had to call to Berlin to get information about how plausible the data of the poll of the newspaper Der Tagesspiegel, conducted through the website of the publication. The fact is that, out of almost 12, thousands of participants in the survey 80% supported the opinion of the "duplicity of criticism from the West and the protection of Russia's legitimate interests". The figures of the opponents of Russia are insignificant.

For “military intervention on the side of Ukraine”, only 4% of respondents spoke. As many more voted to exclude Russia from G-8. "Diplomatic solution" supported 12%.

The editors of Der Tagesspiegel did not confirm that all respondents voted from the territory of Germany. The Kommersant journalist was told that “in order to protect the users' data, the editorial office does not collect information about their location”.

Here it is necessary to make a reservation. It would seem that there is nothing easier than to look at the Der Tagesspiegel website and see all the polls. However, it turned out the following: A poll in which many supported Russia was removed from the site. The fact that he was really deleted was confirmed by commentators from other publications (this will be discussed below).

A little earlier, the newspaper Der Tagesspiegel conducted a survey jointly by Roland Berger Strategy Consultants and a major newspaper «Die Welt». Interviewed top managers of German companies; A total of 163 people participated in the survey.

Almost 66 percent of respondents believe that the West should help Ukraine financially sick: after all, this country is on the verge of national bankruptcy. Kiev, according to a newspaper note, turned to the International Monetary Fund for help, and Russia, the “great neighbor,” does not want to give Ukraine the billions that it promised to give earlier in the form of loans.

It was also found out during the survey that almost 59% of top managers find the stability of Ukraine to be very important in the context of the overall security of Europe. Almost seven percent of respondents expressed concern that the Ukrainian crisis would affect the global economy.

15 percent of executives polled reject Western assistance and declare that it should not compete with Russia for influence in Ukraine.

And a little more than 15% are afraid that Europe will not be able to get any benefits for itself, giving billions of help to a sick country.

Thus, approximately 30% of the surveyed top managers completely rejected the idea of ​​Western aid to Ukraine.

And here is another poll whose results are published in the influential newspaper «Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung». This survey was organized by the Infratest Dimap Institute on the request of the ARD television company for the Deutschlandtrend program. The survey results were released on March 6. Illustrating the survey, the “Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung” placed on the strip a satirical picture with the “Gala-Konzert der Don Kosaken” poster, next to which there are two pensioners and ponder Is not going to comrade Putin to return the GDR.



Going to the site of the Institute Infratest dimap. An 1003 participant older than 18 years (representative random sample, telephone or computer interview) took part in the survey.

According to the survey, almost two thirds of Germans (65%) believe that a peaceful solution to the conflict is possible. The fact that Ukraine will be divided in two, said 31%.

To the direct question “Konflikt zwischen Russland und der Ukraine:" answered “right” 32% of respondents. 60% believes that this statement is "false."

In resolving the conflict between Ukraine and Russia, the Germans rely primarily on diplomacy from Angela Merkel and Foreign Minister Steinmeier. It is also quite obvious that the German people are skeptical of such a crisis mediator as Mr. Obama.

58% of respondents believe that the European Union and the German federal government should fundamentally support Ukraine in the conflict with Russia. However, less than four out of ten are advised to intervene in the conflict between Ukraine and Russia.

62% of respondents advocate greater political pressure from the West against Russia. At the same time, economic sanctions as a lever of influence are mostly met by respondents critically (the ratio of 38 versus 57 percent). Excluding Russia due to the current crisis from G-8 wants 19%. And finally, 7 percent believes that the time has come to completely abandon political relations with Russia.

Back to the site «Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung». The newspaper reminds that the share of respondents who consider Russia to be a reliable partner decreased by three percentage points to 15 percent. This is the lowest recorded value to date in the “Deutschlandtrend”.

The comments of the Germans on this article are also curious.

Rolf weser doubts about the "two-thirds." Roland Müller writes that war is just as unlikely as "the Greek state budget without debt." Cornelius fiala reminds of 2003: this year the United States invaded even without a UN mandate in Iraq. But there is no reason to start the Third World War, the author writes a commentary. The NATO member countries are right there, and Putin will not stretch his hands to Ukraine: he is “too smart,” and he “knows his limits for sure.” The same commentator says that from time immemorial the military fist gives far more than a bag full of “norms of international law”.

Wolfgang frei points out the difference between public and published opinion. The program ARD channel commentator calls a direct continuation of the practice, which is used for weeks. We are talking about one-sided coverage of the situation in Ukraine and Russia - in short, propaganda. ARD unilaterally covers the events on the "Maidan". The fact that the protesters opened fire on the security forces beat the special forces with batons and sticks and threw bottles with incendiary mixture, of course, did not criticize ...

Jan van gemmerenreferring to the online survey “Tagesspiegel” (see above), reminds that the overwhelming majority of participants chose the answer “Criticism of the West is hypocritical, Russia protects legitimate interests” but This survey data was removed from the Tagesspiegel website on the same day. (“Allerdings wurde diese ungeschönte Umfrage am selben Tag noch vom Tagesspiegel wieder von seiner Webpage entfernt”).

So the German opinion was divided. Tabloid "Bild" I tried to approach the matter from objective points of view.

Does the West really have any chance against Vladimir Putin? This question — no more, no less — asked for the publication.

Is the West dependent on the raw materials Putin sells?

Well, the United States does not even have oil and gas reserves, this country is provided from sources in the Arab world. True, gas and oil are now being extracted from shale in the USA by fracking. But Western Europe still depends on oil and gas from Russia. Germany, for example, satisfies as much 35% of its demand for oil and gas from Russian sources. At the same time, Russia depends on foreign exchange transactions with Western Europe. 80% of its oil and gas supplies are sold to Russians in the EU. And half of all imports to Russia come from the EU. Dependence is easy to trace.

Well, what's inside Russia: do the Russians themselves approve of the campaign that Putin started against Ukraine?

Apparently not, the correspondent replies. In a recent survey commissioned by the Kremlin and conducted at the end of February, 73% of Russian respondents opposed interference in Ukrainian affairs, and only 15% were in favor. Protests against the “Putin war”, the author writes, spread throughout the country.

Can Putin even allow himself to invade?

Definitely not! Russia's economy is weakening: a gigantic empire is threatened by recession. The ruble is at a record low, its value has fallen by 2013 percent since autumn 14 of the year against the euro. The stock market in Moscow is slipping. Experts expect as a result of total losses in the amount of 44 billion euros - this is even more than Putin spent on the Olympic Games in Sochi!

Well, and allies? Does Putin still have allies against Ukraine?

Not! Even Kazakhstan is no longer counted, it is against violence. And China also clearly stated: "We respect the freedom, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine."

Can the West weaken Putin?

Yes! The United States and Europe can block foreign accounts of wealthy Russians and refuse them entry to the West. Who are we talking about? These are oligarchs, politicians, top managers — all are Putin's friends ... They are investing their money in Zurich, London and the Caribbean. Their women love shopping in Paris, New York, Berlin, Milan. And their offspring, the correspondent writes, receives education in Western universities: Stanford, Harvard, Oxford ...

Maybe Putin is stronger than NATO?

Not. Although NATO today fears any intervention and does not dare to run into a fire of nuclear war. but in an emergency, the forces of the West will be much greater. In Russia, 800000 people "stand under arms," ​​the journalist writes. But only soldiers from the USA, England and France - about 1,8 million. The same applies to airplanes / helicopters: 22000 from the West and 4000 from Russia. Warships: 660 (West) versus 350 (Russia). By tanks (15500) Russians are superior to the West (France, England, USA possess 9000). However, most Russian tanks have to go to landfill, the author concludes.

Here is a deal described in the newspaper "Bild".

Also in the German and in general the Western European press write that the EU is about to impose sanctions against Russia. At the same time, Foreign Minister Steinmeier warned those who are enthusiastic about “punitive measures” against Moscow. After all, economic sanctions will cause damage to both parties. It is clear that Russia will get more, which will be in real "self-isolation".

As for the USA, its activation near Ukraine was well described by one 20-year-old resident of Berlin with Stuttgarter Platz. This guy, Vladimir Pfeifle, works on display of goods in the supermarket "Russia" ("Rossia"). For him, the outcome of the conflict is quite predictable: “Ukraine will be divided. The United States wants access to the Black Sea, they want to surround Russia ... "

And the American revitalization, I should add, is already going too far ... March 8, on International Women's Day, the inimitable Sarah Palin spoke at the "Conference of Conservative Political Action" and suggested Mr Obama’s specific method of containing Russia:

“Mr. President, the only thing that stops a bad guy with a nuclear bomb is a good guy with a nuclear bomb.”


In her opinion, Barack Obama encouraged Vladimir Putin with his soft policy:

“The inability to make peace with power has allowed some very, very, very bad guys to succeed.”


These are geopolitical advice.

Well, in conclusion, the paragraph about the Ukrainian opinion of Britain - a faithful ally of America. As notes Kommersant, 50% of survey participants, organized by YouGov for the Sunday Times, are convinced that the Ukrainian crisis affects not only Kiev and Moscow, but also London. The same 50% stated that they “more support” the new government of Ukraine. 34% "do not support any of the parties." Russia is “more supported” by only 3%. The idea of ​​economic sanctions against Moscow is also popular with the British: 42% of the respondents favored it. Nevertheless, the warriors of foggy Albion do not rush into battle: only 15% craves to help Kiev with military power. Other desperate little heads are even ready to "send troops into Russia" - there were 11% such.

So, Russia's top geopolitical opponents in the Ukrainian situation are the United States and Britain. The Anglo-Saxons are talking about all sorts of demarches (for example, regarding the Paralympic Games or scheduled ministerial meetings), the “freezing” of relations, the exclusion of Russia from the G8. The EU is talking about economic sanctions. Germany is cautious: the sanctions may go sideways because Russia supplies it with a lot of gas (Germany satisfies 35% of its demand for oil and gas from Russian sources). However, spring is outside ...

The Tagesspiegel newspaper conducted a survey of readers in which the overwhelming majority of respondents chose the answer “Criticism of the West is hypocritical, Russia protects its legitimate interests” (80%). However, the data from this amazing survey was removed from the Tagesspiegel website on the same day that German readers noticed and criticized.

Meanwhile, according to another poll, 11% of the British (not otherwise, energized by something strong in the morning) approved the introduction of troops to Russia, and Sarah Palin, speaking at a "Conference of Conservative Political Action," suggested Obama to play with nuclear weapons, reminding the "bad guy" Putin, who is the owner of the Earth ...
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  1. saag
    saag 12 March 2014 07: 50
    +77
    Sarah Palin must write out a union ticket to Fukushima
    1. maks-101
      maks-101 12 March 2014 08: 23
      +14
      One lied, the other did not make out, the third in its own way misinterpreted. Russian proverb
      1. Canep
        Canep 12 March 2014 09: 41
        +18
        58% of respondents believe that the European Union and the federal government of Germany should fundamentally support Ukraine in the conflict with Russia.

        It seems that the Germans are much smarter than Americans, although those (Americans) do not give a damn about Europe, and where Ukraine is located less than half of Americans will say, even if the survey is conducted at Harvard.
        1. avg
          avg 12 March 2014 14: 36
          +8
          Quote: Canep
          It seems that the Germans are much smarter than Americans, although those (Americans) do not give a damn about Europe, and where Ukraine is located less than half will say

          The Germans are much closer to us, and two world wars have gone through them like a roller. They really do not want to participate in the third. And the Americans will never get it that now they will not be able to sit out overseas, and even in the event of a limited conflict, it will not resemble the shooting of Libya. Only "coffins under the mattress" are good for their brains.
        2. Corsair
          Corsair 12 March 2014 15: 28
          +7
          Quote: Canep
          It looks like the Germans are much smarter than Americans

          More learned ...
          And the repetition of pictures of the past in a modern "performance" is somehow not to their liking ...

          The image is clickable.
        3. Mister X
          Mister X 12 March 2014 21: 35
          +4
          Quote: Canep
          where Ukraine is located less than half of Americans will say, even if the survey is conducted at Harvard.

          It seems like they don’t know anything.
          Here is a survey of Americans who were asked simple questions from different areas.
          Especially witty answers gathered in one short video.

          Here are some of them:
          - What is the religion of Buddhist monks?
          - Islam!
          - Who won the Vietnam War?
          “Did we even take part in the Vietnam war ?!”
          - Who is Fidel Castro?
          - Singer!
          - How many sides does the triangle have?
          - Four! - He has no parties! - One?
          - What is the currency in the United Kingdom?
          - What kind of kingdom? Maybe American!
          - How many kidneys does a person have?
          - One!
          - How many world wars were there?
          - Three!
          - How many Eiffel towers are in Paris?
          - About ten ...

      2. PValery53
        PValery53 12 March 2014 13: 19
        +1
        "Yours lied, - ours - did not understand"
      3. CAMS
        CAMS 12 March 2014 14: 40
        0
        lied, did not make out, misinterpreted, all because green wrappers around wrappers.
    2. 222222
      222222 12 March 2014 12: 28
      +3
      Sarah Palin, speaking at the "Conference of Conservative Political Action", invited Obama to play with nuclear weapons, reminding "bad guy" Putin, who is boss on Earth ... "....
      ... It definitely draws for the Nobel Peace Prize ..
      Yes, and it’s time for Obama to voluntarily write to the committee on awarding Nobel prizes a refusal of the Peace Prize for the actions of the United States in Afghanistan-Syria-Libya-Ukraine-Egypt .. a number of color revolutions in northern Africa ..
    3. corrado
      corrado 12 March 2014 12: 34
      +45
      In fact, the newspaper "Bild" is considered among the Germans, a newspaper for people with a low level of intelligence. Nevertheless, it is the most widely spread newspaper. Accordingly, from here the conclusions ... I somehow climbed onto their website for the sake of interest, to read what they write about the so-called. "Crimean Crisis". Naturally, I did not expect anything smart there, BUT. I was amazed by the comments of readers, most of whom, as it turned out, support the Russian position. But these are mostly middle-aged and older people. And the youth are terribly degraded. No knowledge of history, complete zombie zombie box. When asked if they know WHAT is Crimea and Ukraine in general for Russia and their common history, these people have no idea. Every time, with great caution, the Germans at work ask me about my opinion in the current situation in Ukraine, I tell them this: you, as before, support the Nazi movements, we-Russians do not forget this, there are 2 million of us here and if you are so if you continue to step on the same rake, we will again hang the flag on the Reichstag. All Germans are really afraid of me. Taking into account my patriotic tattoos on my body, they will soon bypass it altogether, and I will also put Stalin's portrait on the table.
      1. Arberes
        Arberes 12 March 2014 16: 04
        +7
        Quote: corrado
        Taking into account my patriotic tattoos on my body, they will soon bypass them all, and I will also put a portrait on Stalin’s table.

        I recommend that you hang a portrait of Karl Marx! Let them remember where communism began !!?
      2. bif
        bif 12 March 2014 17: 13
        +14
        But Spiegel is already burning right from the cover
        1. Corsair
          Corsair 12 March 2014 17: 50
          +1
          Quote: bif
          But Spiegel is already burning right from the cover

          The East can also anneal ... [media = http: // http: //www.youtube.com/watch? Feature = player_embedded & v = 9u
          3qoVvep_Y]
        2. Sasha_Bykov
          Sasha_Bykov 13 March 2014 14: 08
          +1
          OBAMA NEAR THE WIDTH- RANDOMITY OR THIN HINT ?!
      3. 4952915
        4952915 12 March 2014 22: 16
        0
        Be sure to put it!
    4. dustycat
      dustycat 12 March 2014 17: 31
      +14
      In the world war of 1812, the Russian army reached Paris. In Europe, the world until 1914.
      In the world war of 1914, the Russian army withdrew from Brest. In Europe, the world until 1939.
      In the world war of 1939, the Russian army reached Berlin and Prague. In Europe there is still peace.
      Can the Russian army go west to Tokyo?
      So that peace reigns in Europe forever.
      1. Boa kaa
        Boa kaa 12 March 2014 23: 18
        +6
        Quote: dustycat
        Can the Russian army go west to Tokyo?

        The thought is deep! In fact, "to Tokyo" has always been considered with us "to the East". But, remembering the global ICBMs, I realized what was the highlight of this proposal. But something still does not suit me ... And I realized: logistics!
        And then! Japan is China's task. Mandarins are ready to return the historical debt to the samurai.
        Quote: dustycat
        So that peace reigns in Europe forever.

        We need to find a common language with the Germans. I’m not talking about the union, but mutually beneficial cooperation as opposed to USeram is quite possible. At the same time we will push them out of Europe. The Germans inside themselves hate England, so the puppeteers here are also not worse than we can do.
      2. serge
        serge 13 March 2014 11: 24
        +1
        In the world war of 1812, the Russian army reached Paris. In Europe, the world until 1914.
        -------------------
        The Crimean War of 1854 and the war of Prussia, later the Second Reich with Austria and France, is difficult to consider a world. No, Europeans can be reconciled for fifty years, no more. Now, if the main arsonist of all wars — England, had destroyed anyone during any of the wars, the world would surely have stepped on two hundred years.
    5. StolzSS
      StolzSS 12 March 2014 19: 04
      0
      Let the whole family fuck and grab Bush wassat
  2. mabuta
    mabuta 12 March 2014 07: 53
    +9
    The Germans are pragmatic people who perfectly understand the current situation. And the result of the survey is quite predictable. And Sarah Palin is a miserable semblance of Vladimir Volfovich on the US political scene. It’s just interesting how the Baltic countries, Greece, Spain and other EEC members will react to credit policy in against Ukraine.
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    2. Papakiko
      Papakiko 12 March 2014 09: 00
      +16
      Quote: mabuta
      And Sarah Palin is a miserable likeness of Vladimir Volfovich on the political scene of the United States.

      High you lifted the whore.
      A wretched semblance of explosives is carry.
      And the peeling at the level of deputy Masha Kozhevnikova.
      Oleg thanks for the "prophylactic examination".
      In the "big" and "small" media geyropes and mattresses were driven through pipes before and will be driven after. It is not worth waiting for real-constructive-weighted cases from them (useless exercise).

      But another catches me.
      Why does the Foreign Ministry skip past antics: The Dekomunizace association posted a poster on the city hall of the Czech city of Liberec depicting Russian President Vladimir Putin in a collective image of Joseph Stalin and Adolf Hitler, according to the website of the municipal authorities. The action was agreed with the city hall.
      Behind every such trick should be a financial belt in the form of a mark-up on goods imported into the Russian Federation from a given state.
      And you can be silent about the "free-collective" image of Russians in Hollywood films.
      Although our "handsome" kin are not much behind the Zaokiyansky ones.
      the film "Stalingrad" by Bondarchuk is the clearest example.
    3. abrakadabre
      abrakadabre 12 March 2014 10: 45
      +2
      And Sarah Palin is a miserable likeness of Vladimir Volfovich on the US political scene
      She is even a faint resemblance to their McCainushka. Not like our Zhirinovsky.
    4. Boa kaa
      Boa kaa 13 March 2014 00: 14
      +3
      Quote: mabuta
      I wonder how the Baltic countries, Greece, Spain and other members of the EEC will react to the credit policy in relation to Ukraine.

      How how!? Indescribably happy that for some reason the non-EU member is getting their help mate. This will only strengthen the determination of the Federal Republic of Germany to feed another parasite. Naturally, the Germans will be deeply satisfied that they will work for the Ukrainians - without annexations and counter-killings. But whether they will pay their debts or not - this is a grandmother for two wondered.
  3. parus2nik
    parus2nik 12 March 2014 07: 56
    +5
    The German people correctly believes ..
  4. andrei332809
    andrei332809 12 March 2014 07: 59
    +12
    In a recent survey commissioned by the Kremlin at the end of February, 73% of Russian respondents spoke out against interference in Ukrainian affairs, and only 15% were in favor. The protests against the “Putin war”, the author writes, spread throughout the country.

    who, where and when? belay
    py.sy.a author with recovery hi
    1. Mart
      12 March 2014 08: 06
      +11
      Quote: andrei332809
      who, where and when?

      This here herefrom VTsIOM.
      Quote: andrei332809
      py.sy.a author with recovery

      Thank you! hi
      1. Ptah
        Ptah 12 March 2014 08: 33
        +6
        Greetings, Oleg!
        Much of the article is confused, but this is evident from the fact that information is taken from one source.
        "Der Spiegel" itself (and its derivatives) is far from so credible among the Germans, who consider it "Ameria's mouthpiece".
        In Ukraine, I had a chance to watch a little TV reviews and articles at the end of last year. From German sources. Not all supported maydaunov. I wrote at the same time that it was not unclear why law enforcement officers allowed to do this.
        Here, I will offer a translation from the same newspaper. Much is indicative. Very accurate observation by the author.

        German foreign policy: no more interests ...
        http://inosmi.ru/world/20140228/217997456.html

        I will add. Everything related to politics, among ordinary Germans, after some entertainment and bazaars about local administrations. It seems to the Russians that the Germans are interested in who and where will Ukraine join. This is not true. After the publication of some article and a commentary flashed on TV by a sociologist or economist, in which they explain what this could threaten to German taxpayers if Ukraine fully enters the EU, such a howl rises from the prospect of feeding millions more Gaster, what the ...
        1. Mart
          12 March 2014 09: 19
          +5
          Quote: Ptah
          Greetings, Oleg!

          Hi Vadim!
          Quote: Ptah
          Much of the article is confused, but this is evident from the fact that information is taken from one source.

          Well, it’s not true, the review is full of references to various German sources.
          Quote: Ptah
          Der Spiegel itself (and its derivatives) is far from so credible among the Germans

          The material did not use "Der Spiegel". The survey was conducted by the Berlin newspaper Der Tagesspiegel. The link ("Inosmi") you give to it.
          Quote: Ptah
          In Ukraine, it was possible to watch a little television reviews and articles at the end of last year. From German sources. Not everyone supported maydaunov.

          Nowhere do I say that the Germans generally support the "Maidan". Check out the article title ...
          1. Ptah
            Ptah 12 March 2014 09: 41
            +1
            Yes, I generally have no complaints, Oleg. Just wanted to clarify
            Quote: Mart
            The material did not use "Der Spiegel". The survey was conducted by the Berlin newspaper "Der Tagesspiegel"
            that Der Spiegel is a weekly full of review articles, and Der Tagesspiegel is (one publisher) a "truncated version" with daily NEWS articles. In Russian it is close to "diary" (tages, adjective - daily).
            Often they sin that they pick up a lot of tyrnet, not having time to check the info.
            In general, there is no more faith than other "willing" publications. hi
      2. major071
        major071 12 March 2014 08: 36
        +29
        Respect to the author and with the past! hi

        Speaking at the Conference of Conservative Political Action, Sarah Palin invited Obama to play with nuclear weapons, reminding the “bad guy” Putin who is the boss on Earth ...
        1. Mart
          12 March 2014 09: 20
          +3
          Quote: major071
          Respect to the author and with the past!

          Thank you, Vladimir! drinks
        2. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 12 March 2014 09: 25
          +3
          major071 Well, a fool, a fool, like the whole US administration laughing
      3. Vladimirets
        Vladimirets 12 March 2014 13: 32
        +1
        Quote: Mart
        Quote: andrei332809
        who, where and when?
        This is right here, from VTsIOM.

        Well, when it was (24.02.2014), everything has already changed.
      4. dustycat
        dustycat 12 March 2014 18: 26
        +1
        Quote: Mart
        Quote: andrei332809
        who, where and when?
        This is right here, from VTsIOM.


        And what to do with this?
        http://www.nakanune.ru/surveys/241/
        And this is just one.
        There is also a "Caucasian Knot" (then another media)
        But nonetheless (this is a speech from the LDPR, but nonetheless!)
        http://www.kavkaz-uzel.ru/articles/196908/
        And what to do with VTsIOM itself, which noted Putin’s rating increase above 69%?

        The objectivity of VTsIOM is relative to the Party line.
  5. Sergg
    Sergg 12 March 2014 07: 59
    +7
    We can’t leave Crimea, there are Russian citizens and the Russian-speaking population.
    Crimea will enter the territory of Russia as an autonomous republic; now there are no other options.
  6. Horst78
    Horst78 12 March 2014 07: 59
    +18
    However, in the event of an emergency, Western forces will be much larger. In Russia, 800000 people "stand under arms," ​​the journalist writes. But only soldiers from the USA, England and France - about 1,8 million. The same applies to airplanes / helicopters: 22000 from the West and 4000 from Russia. Warships: 660 (West) against 350 (Russia). On tanks (15500) Russians surpass the West (France, England, the USA possess 9000). Nevertheless, it’s time for most Russian tanks to landfill, the author concludes.
    Well, the conclusion. But the fact that in Europe there is practically no NATO military forces or anything? I am not just talking about the moral state of Our and NATO troops. Earth and sky as they say.
    However, it’s time for most Russian tanks to landfill.
    But how many tanks can NATO fight?
    1. olegkrava
      olegkrava 12 March 2014 08: 39
      +7
      2000 people have already tried against our 100, so how?
    2. Dictator
      Dictator 12 March 2014 09: 47
      +6
      Whoever comes to us with "what" and "why" is from "that" and "that".
    3. Boa kaa
      Boa kaa 13 March 2014 01: 03
      +5
      Quote: Horst78
      there are practically no NATO military forces in Europe

      All is nothing, if not Bundeswehr.
      The number of the Bundeswehr in the 2013 year was 200,2 thousand military and 75 thousand civilians. During the Cold War, the Bundeswehr numbered 495 thousands of soldiers.
      Ground troops. Strength: 189 thousand people Total of the ground forces: 23 brigades (nine deployed mechanized, two airborne assault forces, two rear support, mining infantry, air-mechanized, army aviation, artillery, engineering, air defense, troops of the Russian Chemical Forces Defense and three mechanized reduced composition); command of special forces; German component of the Franco-German brigade.
      Naval forces Population: 16 thousand people 6 submarines pr 212A, 20 frigates, 10 rocket ships of the t. "Gepard", 20 scraps, about 20 auxiliary ships, transports and tankers.
      Air Force The total number of Luftwaffe is 34 thousand troops, including: four divisions, including one reconnaissance, four fighter-bomber, three fighter squadrons and four air defense squadrons, four operational control areas and an object cover battalion; the command of military transport aviation, including three BTA squadrons and the air transport group of the German Ministry of Defense; Air Force Operational Command Command; two regiments of logistics and an arms service center.
      The Bundeswehr is armed with modern military equipment and has experience in military operations in Kosovo, Yugoslavia, and Afghanistan. According to our military, the Germans know how and love to fight. These are the only serious warriors in Europe today.
      The adversary should be respected if you do not want to lose.
      1. Horst78
        Horst78 13 March 2014 04: 22
        0
        Quote: Boa constrictor KAA
        These are the only serious warriors in Europe today.
        The adversary should be respected if you do not want to lose.

        I agree. There are also British and French. But in practice, everyone has extensive experience in expeditionary and against an enemy armed with so-called "light weapons". hi
        1. SkiF_RnD
          SkiF_RnD 13 March 2014 08: 16
          0
          The French are now full of priests with the army. The Air Force and the Navy do not seem to be the case yet, but the BTV is a caput. Recently I read a French article, they have a third of the tanks on the go there on the strength.
  7. shitovmg
    shitovmg 12 March 2014 08: 01
    +15
    We must meet the fraternal Ukrainian people and annex all of Ukraine to Russia. You can not immediately, first the Crimea, then the southeast, then the central part and, after putting things in order, the western. West will push and calm down
  8. dmitriygorshkov
    dmitriygorshkov 12 March 2014 08: 03
    +9
    Yes! Is she having a period, is this Sarah? At N.V.P. wasn’t there? “Play with Nuclear Weapons!” Well, wow! This madwoman with ... at least has the slightest idea what she’s talking about? Is she thinking of sitting out at her dacha in Chukhas?
    And it depends on such freaks (ok) to be humanity, or not to be!
  9. Andrey160479
    Andrey160479 12 March 2014 08: 11
    +2
    Sarah forgot how nice to hide in the bunkers. Stsuka.
    1. Egoza
      Egoza 12 March 2014 11: 24
      +10
      Quote: Andrey160479
      Sarah forgot how nice to hide in the bunkers. Stsuka

      So I suppose I bought myself a "shelter" in case of "the end of the world", and since this did not happen - you must justify the purchase! So he is trying!

      Once again I am convinced that the EDUCATION of children must be kept at a high SOVIET level, so that later they will not make such statements about toys with nuclear weapons !!!
  10. Name
    Name 12 March 2014 08: 12
    +2
    Sarah Palin let her go to sexshop, there are a lot of "toys" for her ... wink
    1. Ptah
      Ptah 12 March 2014 09: 09
      +6
      Quote: name
      Sarah Palin let her go to sexshop

      Now Vitaly "Mikhan" WILL ENTER the forum, read about the Saga and offer the rally to blow it.
      Just do not dissuade him ...
      If a specialist, then "toys" he has an instrument with him.

      In the meantime, they say "I will offer the goods for inspection" for suitability for blowing (this is not photoshop)
      1


      It is too -
      1. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov 12 March 2014 09: 27
        +4
        Quote: Ptah
        Now Vitaly "Mikhan" WILL ENTER the forum, read about the Saga and offer the rally to blow it.

        Are you jealous laughing
        1. Ptah
          Ptah 12 March 2014 09: 46
          +4
          Hi Sasha!
          I’m not jealous, I stood in line ... If anything after Mikhan remains ... recourse
          1. Native grandfather
            Native grandfather 12 March 2014 09: 58
            +2
            Quote: Ptah
            If anything after Meehan remains ...

            Will it stay? laughing
            1. wax
              wax 12 March 2014 16: 59
              +1
              Does the rubber doll sweat?
          2. Alexander Romanov
            Alexander Romanov 12 March 2014 10: 03
            +3
            Quote: Ptah
            Not jealous, I stood in line.

            What a turn, look for loopholes laughing War veterans, heroes of Russia, people with disabilities, law enforcement officers, deputies, the administration and pensioners are served out of turn winked
            Hi hi
      2. wax
        wax 12 March 2014 16: 58
        +4
        Well, why should she have a mind? She is created for another. She got the ability to speak by mistake.
  11. bear
    bear 12 March 2014 08: 14
    +10
    meanwhile, according to another poll, 11% of Britons (not otherwise, cheered up by something strong in the morning) approved the entry of troops into Russiaand Sarah Palin, speaking at the “Conference of Conservative Political Action”, invited Obama to play with nuclear weapons, reminding the “bad guy” Putin who is the boss on Earth ... fool

    Here is a URO !!!! apparently until we sign for the Capitol, and we do not muck into the Thames, these creatures will not calm down laughing
  12. Arbatov
    Arbatov 12 March 2014 08: 15
    +6
    Advocacy and brainwashing - this is why most media are created. Our task is not to lag behind and just as easily process the western man in the street. Money, like, is still being kept by special services.
  13. bubla5
    bubla5 12 March 2014 08: 16
    +4
    The people did not decide and does not solve, all these polls are bullshit
    1. ZU-23
      ZU-23 12 March 2014 08: 44
      +4
      As a result, the people decide everything on the Maidan, for example, in England it is no longer prestigious to serve in the army, young people understand why fighting for bankers is not normal.
    2. The comment was deleted.
  14. dobrik10
    dobrik10 12 March 2014 08: 24
    +3
    One can not speak about the stereotyped statements of foreign media so everything is clear, the era of the free press will probably never touch them.
    As for reality, the puzzle will begin to take shape after March sixteen, it will then be clear whether the west and the mattresses are engaged in simple air shaking or are ready for real action.
    1. Boa kaa
      Boa kaa 13 March 2014 01: 29
      +2
      Quote: dobrik10
      the era of the free press will probably never touch them.

      Such an era simply never happened in history. All 4 power depends on the money bag and fulfills the order of the one who pays the money.
      Quote: dobrik10
      As for reality, the puzzle will begin to take shape after the sixteenth of March,

      Nah! In place of the maydauns, I would organize a bloody provocation in order to disrupt the referendum, accuse Russia of a bloody bath, achieve an urgent convocation of the UN Security Council, etc.
      And by 16.03 I would drive the "civilian" audience to Perekop and make a "peaceful march" to Simferopol. This is what to fear, not military intervention by NATO forces. They are "bold" yapping from around the corner, but they are not too ready to climb on an equal adversary, even in a crowd (NATO Joint Armed Forces), all the more so possessing nuclear weapons and ready to use them if necessary.
  15. AleksPol
    AleksPol 12 March 2014 08: 26
    +19
    It’s not soldiers who are fighting, but soldiers. The NATO are accustomed to comfort. Are they capable of self-sacrifice? What idea would they risk their skin for? For a dollar euro? Remember our paratroopers in Chechnya. Can they be compared with the pin.do.sami who are accustomed to fighting with the civilian population?
    1. Dictator
      Dictator 12 March 2014 10: 00
      +3
      This bastard will answer for his actions, a fire has already been made under their cauldron.
  16. Chifka
    Chifka 12 March 2014 08: 27
    +4
    Poor Europeans)))) somewhere in the depths of their consciousness clogged by propaganda, they understand that something is not right, and what exactly they do not understand. At the same time, the fact that doubt arises in their brains about the truth of the ideas broadcast by them is already good. I hope they grow wiser.
    1. Boa kaa
      Boa kaa 13 March 2014 01: 37
      +1
      Quote: Chifka
      I hope they grow wiser.

      Yeah, when they will receive shit in their brain, and from the blow, shit through the ears will fly out.
  17. Native grandfather
    Native grandfather 12 March 2014 08: 29
    +5
    They’re just like that ... and we’ll definitely join the GDR to Russia. Exactly to the Czech and Polish regions.
    1. Ptah
      Ptah 12 March 2014 08: 46
      +7
      Quote: Native grandfather
      They’re just like that ... and we’ll definitely join the GDR to Russia. Exactly to the Czech and Polish regions.

      What do you don’t have, what would you like to find in the "Polish and Czech regions"?
      The task is to keep OWN, and then "Tamerlane's dreams of distant countries."
      1. Native grandfather
        Native grandfather 12 March 2014 09: 49
        +1
        Quote: Ptah
        What do you don’t have, what would you like to find in the "Polish and Czech regions"?

        Personally, they did not fall for nothing to me! laughing Just how to connect the GDR without them? And there you look, and the Baltic states will begin to relate to Russians with love. )))
        And about distant lands, I think only of a trip there with a camera.
        (sorry not all jokes understand No. )
  18. inkass_98
    inkass_98 12 March 2014 08: 40
    +7
    Quote: Horst78
    However, in the event of an emergency, Western forces will be much larger. In Russia, 800000 people "stand under arms," ​​the journalist writes. But only soldiers from the USA, England and France - about 1,8 million. The same applies to airplanes / helicopters: 22000 from the West and 4000 from Russia. Warships: 660 (West) against 350 (Russia). On tanks (15500) Russians surpass the West (France, England, the USA possess 9000). Nevertheless, it’s time for most Russian tanks to landfill, the author concludes.

    They are great, they know how to count. For arithmetic we put "5". But logically - "count with a minus". Judging by the author's logic, ALL available forces are rushing against Russia in a single impulse. And then, from behind the Pacific corner, some North Korea appears and captures the United States (along with Alaska and Sarah Palin) prisoner. Or something like that.
    Britain and the USA out of habit think in categories of cavalry attacks - they are overseas, the adversary will not add. But .yuushki, airplanes have long been percale, rockets also went beyond the framework of GIRD experiments and fireworks. So little will not seem to anyone. The Germans are more realistic, especially since many still remember the friendly elbow of the GVH in the liver area.
  19. from punk
    from punk 12 March 2014 08: 44
    +7
    about 300 thousand Germans may lose their jobs due to sanctions against Russia
  20. Allex_B
    Allex_B 12 March 2014 08: 48
    +4
    Adequate normal reaction of simple burghers who want a normal, quiet life !!!
  21. Kazakh
    Kazakh 12 March 2014 08: 48
    +10
    However, in the event of an emergency, Western forces will be much larger. In Russia, 800000 people "stand under arms," ​​the journalist writes. But only soldiers from the USA, England and France - about 1,8 million. The same applies to airplanes / helicopters: 22000 from the West and 4000 from Russia. Warships: 660 (West) versus 350 (Russia). In tanks (15500), Russians surpass the West (France, England, the United States possess 9000). Nevertheless, it’s time for most Russian tanks to landfill, the author concludes
    Why didn’t such a strong and courageous Iran capture Syria North Korea? And these countries will have weaker armies. In general, they don’t have to transfer bags laughing
  22. morpogr
    morpogr 12 March 2014 08: 49
    +2
    I am glad that there are sensible people in Europe, not everything is lost for this part of the world.
  23. Gray 43
    Gray 43 12 March 2014 08: 55
    +5
    Nobody needs a war, even those who speak out for it, I don’t think that in that case they will occupy the advanced trench. The Westerners are not ready for a big conflict, but to spoil it is easy. The nuclear stuff that stuffed up the nuclear fool clearly blurted out, even though they to the lantern, the main thing is to get into a fight and if allies are found. A mattress waving a nuclear club will terrify all sane people in the world.
    1. Boa kaa
      Boa kaa 13 March 2014 02: 09
      +3
      Quote: Gray 43
      although it’s up to the lantern, the main thing is to get into a fight and if there are allies.

      USers are very sensitive to losses, so before they get involved, they will all overpower the CRBD, Aviation. They really want to conduct a remote war, without the military contact of the troops. But they are happy to let the allies forward, on the machine guns of the fortified areas of the defenders.
      Quote: Gray 43
      A nuclear-waving matrasia horrifies all sane people in the world.
      Undoubtedly, but they have long since departed, preferring precision weapons, where we are not yet particularly strong. Now their task is to reduce our TNW in order to deprive us of the opportunity to defeat their land groups.
  24. poccinin
    poccinin 12 March 2014 09: 03
    +1
    Apparently Geyrop has not heard the signal "citizens. attention. air raid for a long time."
    1. Dictator
      Dictator 12 March 2014 10: 04
      +3
      "Hurray" - they have not heard ours for a long time.
  25. Leopold
    Leopold 12 March 2014 09: 13
    +3
    Replace the opinion of 1000 people with the opinion of a nation with a population of more than 80 million. man is not new. Statistics and polls are such a thing that you can twirl as you like. To find out the level of support for the US president among the people, you can interview 1000 respondents in Las Vegas, or in Detroit. As you do not accidentally take a sample, the result will vary slightly)
  26. INVESTOR
    INVESTOR 12 March 2014 09: 19
    +1
    Unclear article, like a Venegrette. I didn’t learn anything new.
  27. The gentleman
    The gentleman 12 March 2014 09: 27
    +3
    There is a clear information war and in Europe itself it is not at all beneficial for everyone to know public opinion. at the same time I consider it necessary to beat the western tabloids with their own weapons. an article came out, make a counter argument on it and completely show the other side. The information debate, so to speak.
  28. rasputin17
    rasputin17 12 March 2014 09: 33
    +3
    Speaking at the Conference of Conservative Political Action, Sarah Palin invited Obama to play with nuclear weapons, reminding the “bad guy” Putin who is the boss on Earth ...


    Oh well!! She wants to play with fire !?)) She has brains, that is, or so an extension of the spinal cord with primitive reflexes !?)) If Britain starts the game with sanctions, it could lose about 435 billion !! And as far as housekeeping, we certainly didn’t know that this gentleman was rubyroid from the hut !!))
  29. leon17
    leon17 12 March 2014 09: 34
    +5
    It is necessary to vote in Russia: Who is for liberating Ukraine from neo-fascists, European and American invaders? And print the results in famous foreign publications ...
    1. Native grandfather
      Native grandfather 12 March 2014 09: 55
      +5
      Quote: leon17
      Who is for liberating Ukraine from neo-fascists, European and American invaders?

      I!!! soldier
      (current chur without rhyme there. Aha?))))
  30. Sibiryak13
    Sibiryak13 12 March 2014 09: 45
    +2
    It is not clear how to play with nuclear weapons. And Sarah needs a man’s campaign. Maybe Kerry will get this thing straight.
    1. Dictator
      Dictator 12 March 2014 10: 07
      +1
      But what kind of man will get on her? - she f .. fucked up !!!!
      1. Ptah
        Ptah 12 March 2014 10: 41
        +4
        Quote: Dictator
        But what kind of man will get on her?

        If a MAN, then of course he will not climb, but here the "boys in black" warn that John Kerry is a reptiloid !!!
        11
  31. Standard Oil
    Standard Oil 12 March 2014 10: 19
    +5
    Look, where are all the "human rights" organizations? The same Ukrainian Femen? This is their "field of activity", girls go ahead, go to Kiev, there are openly violated human rights and self-proclaimed dictators are rampaging. You know, if you arrange such a trick in front of the Right Sector, then the entire hundred will simply take off their pants and use you "for their intended purpose." Yes, this is not "totalitarian Russia" for you.
    1. Boa kaa
      Boa kaa 13 March 2014 02: 14
      +2
      Quote: Standard Oil
      Act, strip, "fight the regime"! Reluctance? You know that you will arrange such a trick

      They really like to be exposed on the western sites, where the police are sensitive and tolerant to them ...
  32. Mviktor
    Mviktor 12 March 2014 10: 24
    0
    Quote: dmitriygorshkov
    Yes! Is she having a period, is this Sarah? At N.V.P. wasn’t there? “Play with Nuclear Weapons!” Well, wow! This madwoman with ... at least has the slightest idea what she’s talking about? Is she thinking of sitting out at her dacha in Chukhas?
    And it depends on such freaks (ok) to be humanity, or not to be!


    No just america nation sick on the head
  33. PN
    PN 12 March 2014 10: 28
    +3
    And half of all imports to Russia come from the EU
    Of course, I greatly apologize, but where is this half of the imports from the EU? In my native Arkhangelsk province, almost everything is labeled Made in China.
  34. uzer 13
    uzer 13 12 March 2014 11: 04
    +1
    [As further noted in the White House official statement, the heads of state pledged to work together on packages of financial assistance to Ukraine]

    For a long time they were going to, this help was needed yesterday. A fascist putsch on the Maidan arose exactly when the prospect of solving the financial problems of Ukraine with the help of Russia appeared. Impostors in Kiev should not hope that someone will give them money. Interesting, Klitschko, who was hanging around on the Maidan, is not going to transfer his money from German banks to Ukrainian and thereby really support the financial system of the Fatherland? It is time to move from words to deeds.
    The statement by the British about the introduction of troops is amusing. How do they imagine it? In January, landing ships with several infantry battalions will appear somewhere in the Laptev Sea. This will be enough to scare Russia. When it comes to a real war, all these brave warriors like rats will run from this NATO.
  35. ddd1975
    ddd1975 12 March 2014 11: 32
    0
    Babkin gossip - to draw conclusions from the writings of the Western press ?! But the fact that they get along there for a long time is known that brains are washed to the size of a walnut, that their souls are rotten and smell bad - duck is not news for a long time.
  36. Heinrich ruppert
    Heinrich ruppert 12 March 2014 11: 46
    +12
    Good afternoon friends!
    Oleg is a great article. I would like to add a little more what is "talked about" here.
    The turnover of Germany and Russia amounts to 40 billion euros. Approximately 500000 jobs are connected with this, for example, this is not counting the related companies that also supply something to these companies that work for I accept with Russia. This is more than six thousand firms. In Germany, almost the entire industrial potential puts pressure on the political chancellor Hure. What are you doing than half a million people to feed, what sanctions are you going to introduce? It is you who impose sanctions against yourself.
    To be honest, these Americans don't let them work, they only put sticks in the wheels. Something starts moving normally, spinning to work. Immediately on you "a new invented problemma". People do not want this, they want to work normally and calmly. And most are against America, they don't believe in propaganda.
    Cabaretists and those "stretch" politicians from all angles. They poke their muzzle "how did we get into Iraq". And here is the population who wants this, and is waiting for a vote, a referendum.
    1. Mart
      12 March 2014 12: 10
      +3
      Quote: Heinrich Ruppert
      Good afternoon friends!
      Oleg is a wonderful article.

      Hello, Heinrich buddy! Thank! drinks
      1. Heinrich ruppert
        Heinrich ruppert 12 March 2014 12: 29
        +3
        Quote: Mart
        Hi buddy Heinrich! thank

        Greetings Friend drinks. Oleg, I personally read your articles with great pleasure. You and your colleagues always see all problems in the light of truth and not propaganda.
        And also thanks to Volodin, Samsonov and other "guys" who are trying to show the truth.
  37. filalex79
    filalex79 12 March 2014 11: 47
    0
    It is necessary to bend the arrows on the big ben, and arrange a soldier's dining room on the lawn near the white house. Then everything will be as it should.
  38. Dromac
    Dromac 12 March 2014 11: 47
    +1
    Now it becomes clear .... Obama is surrounded simply by idiots. By itself, it is soft (which we now need) if Bush could have problems, because he does not think with his head (stupid).
    1. samoletil18
      samoletil18 12 March 2014 21: 53
      0
      Quote: Dromac
      Now it becomes clear .... Obama is surrounded simply by idiots. By itself, it is soft (which we now need) if Bush could have problems, because he does not think with his head (stupid).

      Bush 08.08.08. clearly told Putin in Beijing that there shouldn’t be a war. Because of this, instead of war, a peacekeeping operation had to be carried out.
      Well, if McCain won the election in 2008, then there would have been a stench. The United States would in return occupy Bahrain or Qatar to show in detail what will happen to those who disagree. And, in fact, what they can’t do in Syria.
  39. Kahlan amnell
    Kahlan amnell 12 March 2014 12: 02
    +5
    However, in the event of an emergency, Western forces will be much larger. In Russia, 800000 people "stand under arms," ​​the journalist writes. But only soldiers from the USA, England and France - about 1,8 million. The same applies to airplanes / helicopters: 22000 from the West and 4000 from Russia. Warships: 660 (West) against 350 (Russia). On tanks (15500) Russians surpass the West (France, England, the USA possess 9000). Nevertheless, it’s time for most Russian tanks to landfill, the author concludes.

    Many came to us in the power of grave, but few legs took away.
    "... Or is it new for us to argue with Europe?
    Il Russian weaned from victories?
    Or a little of us? Or from Perm to Tauris,
    From the Finnish cold rocks to the flaming Colchis,
    From the shocked Kremlin
    To the walls of immobile China,
    Shiny bristles,
    Will not the Russian land rise? ..
    So send us to us, Vitia,
    His angry sons:
    There is a place for them in the fields of Russia,
    Among the coffins that are alien to them
    ".
  40. Gomunkul
    Gomunkul 12 March 2014 12: 46
    +2
    Can the West weaken Putin?
    History teaches neither Europeans, nor Americans. I remember in 1939 (Munich agreement) the Europeans were also going to weaken the USSR and IV Stalin, how did it end? Right division of Germany. Let the nonsense remember this, and the rest of Europe should not forget about it, you will get Russia with your yapping, we’ll come and put things in order. hi
  41. Robert Nevsky
    Robert Nevsky 12 March 2014 13: 33
    0
    If they hold a referendum in East Germany on the issue, they will be there for joining Russia! good
  42. Koshel2901
    Koshel2901 12 March 2014 13: 40
    +1
    In the 19th and 20th centuries and in our century, the ENGLISH-speaking nations acted and are the ACKERS, and the LANGUAGE is a way of thinking, mentality.
  43. heruv1me
    heruv1me 12 March 2014 13: 46
    +4
    But it's time to do it:

    The United States and Europe can block foreign accounts of wealthy Russians and refuse them entry to the West. Who are we talking about? These are oligarchs, politicians, top managers — all are Putin's friends ... They are investing their money in Zurich, London and the Caribbean. Their women love shopping in Paris, New York, Berlin, Milan. And their offspring, the correspondent writes, receives education in Western universities: Stanford, Harvard, Oxford ...
  44. Smoke
    Smoke 12 March 2014 14: 03
    +5
    it’s all about the war and it’s going on - war is inevitable, therefore I consider it vital for Russia to revive the lessons of military training in elementary schools (initial military training), and it is desirable that people with military experience conduct these subjects - there are enough of these in Rasea. Revive DOSAAF with inexpensive shooting ranges and training grounds, introduce a selective qualification for those who did not serve, introduce a restriction for officials - those who did not serve should not be entitled to occupy high posts in the state. In general, it is necessary to stimulate military training in every possible way (namely military and not construction). For about 10 years we still have - in the West there will be a final generational change, a frightened generation will grow up with a cap-and-mind attitude towards Russia, and the lessons of the Second World War will be forgotten. Therefore, it is necessary to prepare and prepare and tighten belts: everything for the front, everything for victory!
  45. denkastro
    denkastro 12 March 2014 14: 06
    0
    Give this Sarah a member on nuclear batteries, let him play at least be beaten.
    However, in the event of an emergency, Western forces will be much larger. In Russia, 800000 people "stand under arms," ​​the journalist writes. But only soldiers from the USA, England and France - about 1,8 million. The same applies to airplanes / helicopters: 22000 from the West and 4000 from Russia. Warships: 660 (West) against 350 (Russia). On tanks (15500) Russians surpass the West (France, England, the USA possess 9000). Nevertheless, it’s time for most Russian tanks to landfill, the author concludes.
    Forgot missiles with nuclear weapons to count and missile defense. Yes and bunkers may not help, because the consequences of the massive use of nuclear weapons are unpredictable. Processes may occur that no supercomputer can predict. Imho.
  46. The point
    The point 12 March 2014 14: 17
    +1
    Quote: major071
    Speaking at the Conference of Conservative Political Action, Sarah Palin invited Obama to play with nuclear weapons, reminding the “bad guy” Putin who is the boss on Earth ...


    do not joke, bend! angry
  47. ivachum
    ivachum 12 March 2014 16: 12
    +2
    Bye by the Russian soldier
    There are bullets, matches, moonshine-
    Suck x ... NATO soldiers
    Trembling with fear Pentagon! drinks
  48. Mikros
    Mikros 12 March 2014 16: 20
    0
    Give Sarah a grenade, let her play. And play out.
  49. Refugee from Kazakhstan
    Refugee from Kazakhstan 12 March 2014 16: 28
    0
    Quote from the author: "No! Even Kazakhstan is no longer counted, it is against violence. And China has also clearly stated:" We respect the freedom, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine. "" The author therefore missed the war! And, no, probably so that you they had to like it, “Come on, Vova, burn it!” And otherwise I agree, although there is a question: Crimea will go away, everything is clear, but 9 eastern and southeastern regions are already going for a referendum, they will probably ask, then the GDP will do what ! The Cuban Missile Crisis-2 is brewing, as I understand it, there will be a NATO missile defense system in Sumy and Zhitomir (not a bad girth)!
  50. Vlad1408
    Vlad1408 12 March 2014 17: 20
    0
    England in the EU, one among strangers, for the USA in the EU is one ally of England, that’s stirring up steam, Germany economically occupied the EU, which England doesn’t like, and especially the USA, in order to keep this conglomerate at least in NATO and a constant threat, for example Russia, or nuclear Iran, which concerns Ukraine, is another attempt, at first we tried with Georgia, it didn’t work, now with Ukraine, but here it may turn out to be more expensive, the right-wing forces (nationalists) coming to power can lead to redistribution of territories in the EU itself, and this internal mess is already inside the system, which is in the hands of the United States and its ally of England