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Crimea is preparing for a referendum: lists are compiled, bulletins are printed

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Crimea is preparing for a referendum: lists are compiled, bulletins are printed



In Crimea, for the Sunday referendum prepared voter lists, and today have already earned election commissions. It was decided: the bulletins will be in three languages ​​- Russian, Ukrainian and Crimean-Tatar. Documents today are sent to the territorial commissions. On the eve of the Crimea declared its independence. What has changed in the laws and how do these changes affect the daily life of the republic?

After the adoption of the Declaration of Independence Crimea ceased to be autonomy. This word is superfluous. The name has become shorter, now just the "Republic of Crimea". Deputies of the Supreme Council severed all legal ties with the illegitimate authorities of Ukraine, changing the status of the peninsula. It does not hide the fact that full independence is not the goal. In a referendum, Crimea chooses — for Russia, according to opinion polls, the majority. The declaration will allow to reunite legally, without the permission of Kiev.

“We adopted the Declaration of Independence. We retain the status of a republic, and then we enter as a republic as a subject of the Russian Federation. It’s impossible to return to Ukraine,” said Vladimir Konstantinov, chairman of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Crimea.

The speaker called the Declaration of Independence not the most important document adopted today. More importantly - guarantees for the Crimean Tatar people, enshrined in law. He gets the rights that he never had in Ukraine. "This is a guaranteed representation of them in all government bodies. We give such a guarantee to them. Secondly, we guarantee the development of language, culture and monuments. We have written all these things and fix them in the law," says Konstantinov.

Election commissions in the Crimea began work. Compiled voter lists. Printed ballots, which will be delivered to the polls one day before the voting. Questions in three languages ​​- Russian, Ukrainian and Crimean Tatar. In order to prevent saboteurs in the autonomy, the people's guards patrol the stations. On the border with Ukraine are the Cossacks.

This is a strong point at the forefront. Cossacks camped here. They spend the night in tents in turns. Because the duty is conducted around the clock. All trails are monitored. In the forests, armed detachments of Cossack volunteers keep strongholds and control the administrative border, which may soon become a state border.

Ataman Ivan Vasilyevich passed a dozen hot spots. Now the Cossack patrols in the north of the Crimean peninsula bypass. “The Cossacks have always been defended,” he says. “We protect our land.”

In the Cossack camp for lunch borscht and bread with bacon. The local people themselves organized the supply. Cossack shows glass jars with all kinds of food. "Here are the seals. The locals feed us," he says. “I help, as much as I can. We should be with Russia,” says a woman standing next to a Cossack.

The Ukrainian army is rapidly thinning. Soldiers and officers go to the side of the Crimean people. Of the inhabitants of the Crimea, who until recently served in the army of Ukraine, entire units were created. Flagship fleet the naval forces of Ukraine "Getman Sagaidachny", who escaped to Odessa, was left almost without a crew. Sailor Maxim Knyazev is one of those who refused to serve the new government.

“When we went on a hike, we left one country. Then we came to another. There are people on the ship who want to return to the Crimea. They don’t want to serve Ukraine. But all their attempts to leave the military unit are stopped in every way,” says the senior sailor frigate "Getman Sagaidachny" Maxim Knyazev.

The economy of Crimea is stable, all pensions and salaries are paid on time. The republic nationalizes several state-owned enterprises that are engaged in the extraction of resources. In particular gas. Crimea now owns railways. The interests of private owners will not be affected.

"Citizens of Ukraine, Crimeans, who today have state certificates of land, have the right, certificate of ownership of apartments, will be able to re-register their property rights in the relevant registries under the simplified procedure," said Rustam Temirgaliyev, first deputy chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Crimea.

The authorities announced the plan for Crimea to enter the ruble zone. This will happen in stages. Here a few months will be two currencies - the ruble and the hryvnia.
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  1. tomket
    tomket 12 March 2014 13: 07
    -25%
    Judging by the movement of equipment and personnel, on both sides, the war will begin either on Saturday or Sunday
    1. Cherdak
      Cherdak 12 March 2014 13: 25
      +27
      Quote: tomket
      Judging by the movement of equipment and personnel, on both sides, the war will begin either on Saturday or Sunday

      The last appeal of Slobodan Milosevic to the Slavs:
      “Russians! Now I am addressing all Russians, the inhabitants of Ukraine and Belarus in the Balkans are also considered Russians. Look at us and remember - they will do the same to you when you break up and give slack. West - a mad dog will grab your throat.
      Brothers, remember the fate of Yugoslavia! Don't let me do the same to you! "

      On March 11, 2006, Yugoslavian President Slobodan Milosevic died in a "democratic prison".
      1. 0251
        0251 12 March 2014 14: 11
        +2
        A very important warning S. Milosevic to all countries and especially the Slavs. This should not be forgotten. West and America lay beautifully and temptingly, but then you have to sleep and live very hard.
      2. 0251
        0251 12 March 2014 14: 11
        0
        A very important warning S. Milosevic to all countries and especially the Slavs. This should not be forgotten. West and America lay beautifully and temptingly, but then you have to sleep and live very hard.
      3. cerko
        cerko 12 March 2014 14: 51
        +6
        I doubt he died rather he died ...
    2. afire
      afire 12 March 2014 13: 26
      +5
      Let's not get ahead of ourselves. An extremely negative scenario for continental Ukraine will turn out. You need to find idiots who voluntarily go to death. If it starts, then there will be a massive desertion from the Ukrainian troops - in the confusion there will be attempts to dash to the side of the Crimean troops.
      1. TAMERLAN 7
        TAMERLAN 7 12 March 2014 13: 31
        +8
        Quote: afire
        massive desertion will occur

        There will be a transition to the side of the opponents of the fascist system (i.e., to the side of Russia).
        I would not call desertion a refusal to be cannon fodder for the fascist authorities, where they, on nationality, threaten to shoot you.
        1. abrakadabre
          abrakadabre 12 March 2014 14: 41
          +1
          I would not call desertion a refusal to be cannon fodder for fascist authorities
          It is strange to call desertion a refusal to carry out the orders of the putschists' unconstitutional gang.
          On the other hand, passive non-resistance to a coup d'etat with a clear, de facto foreign component cannot be called either an active civic position or strict adherence to a military oath. Moreover, the legitimate president has already expressed his opinion.
      2. shatu
        shatu 12 March 2014 13: 36
        +5
        The problem is that Ukrainians do not decide anything, the decision is made by NATO "consultants". If their analysts decide that a war is needed, there will be a war.
        We will not be too good either, in fact, we’ll fight not only with our compatriots (and the Ukrainians are the same Russians, that is, ours), but with a whole bunch of mercenaries.
        And in the case of an order, the military will have to fight on the part of Ukraine, even if they don’t want to - I’m sure that many are already held in their fist, threatening the safety of their relatives in case of disobedience.
      3. Ivan.
        Ivan. 12 March 2014 15: 37
        0
        Quote: afire
        If it starts, then there will be a massive desertion from the Ukrainian troops - in the confusion there will be attempts to dash to the side of the Crimean troops.

        If I don’t confuse anything, then there was a lot of desertion during the attack on Transnistria and there aren’t very many transitions to the side of the people, correct who is in the know? There is no hope that banderlogs will not take this into account, the only way to achieve this is to closely engage in the liquidation (even neutralization) of the banderlog command, then war can be avoided.
    3. ShturmKGB
      ShturmKGB 12 March 2014 13: 31
      +5
      Good luck, that would go without a hitch!
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      2. cumastra1
        cumastra1 12 March 2014 13: 49
        +2
        Do Cossacks really turn into battle-worthy units? Then where are the weapons from? And how do the authorities relate to these formations? As far as I remember, everyone was always afraid to arm the people, up to usr. they were afraid.
        1. biglow
          biglow 12 March 2014 14: 43
          +2
          Cossacks in Crimea enter self-defense, everything was given out there
        2. cerko
          cerko 12 March 2014 14: 54
          +1
          where the weapons from the Cossacks can be seen from the joke:
          - "godfather why do you water the roses with oil will wither"?
          - "so what, the main thing is that the machine gun does not rust" ...
    4. Deniska999
      Deniska999 12 March 2014 13: 41
      +1
      Nonsense all this. Ukraine has nothing and no one to fight.
      1. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov 12 March 2014 13: 45
        +2
        Quote: Deniska999
        Nonsense all this. Ukraine has nothing and no one to fight.

        Georgia also had no one to fight. You proceed from the mind, and there it is not there, as such.
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    6. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 12 March 2014 13: 44
      +10
      Quote: tomket
      , the war will begin either on Saturday or Sunday

      If on Saturday, then Donetsk will be taken on Sunday. If the warrior begins on Sunday, then Donetsk will be taken on Monday.
      1. zmey_gadukin
        zmey_gadukin 12 March 2014 13: 47
        -17%
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        then Donetsk will be taken on Sunday.

        What, you know, aggressive guys on the site ... Donetsk give them.
        1. sinukvl
          sinukvl 12 March 2014 13: 58
          +8
          We don’t take someone else’s, we take what we’ve given to you, thinking that we’re giving it in good hands, but it turned out that those hands grew out of assholes, and even with the heads of new bo-bo owners. So we take it back. so get back under Lviv and pray to God that his psheks would not be taken away from you from old memory.
          1. zmey_gadukin
            zmey_gadukin 12 March 2014 14: 08
            -2
            Well, I live well in Donetsk.
            1. Alexander Romanov
              Alexander Romanov 12 March 2014 15: 38
              +8
              Quote: zmey_gadukin
              Well, I live well in Donetsk.

              Oh, so you’re a brother from Donetsk, well, that’s a completely different matter. Don’t be afraid, we will soon set you free and you will finally take a breath of freedom. Wait for your brother, we will soon drinks
              1. zmey_gadukin
                zmey_gadukin 12 March 2014 15: 51
                -4
                can not wait
                1. zennon
                  zennon 12 March 2014 22: 01
                  +4
                  can not wait

                  Not long left! About a year ago I wrote that Russia would return Crimea, so it started! Greyhounds like you screamed and laughed, “And you try to take it away!” So ​​I tried and where are all these buggers ?! And you wait, be sure!
                  Guys, I live in Moscow on BALAKLAVSKY avenue, between the adjacent to them KERCHEN AND AZOV, 500 meters from the metro SEVASTOPOLCheck it out!
                  1. Tor hummer
                    Tor hummer 13 March 2014 06: 17
                    +1
                    By the way, I also voiced the idea that Ukraine will begin to crumble and some regions will depart to Russia. Then no one believed me.
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        3. abrakadabre
          abrakadabre 12 March 2014 14: 43
          +1
          What, you know, aggressive guys on the site ... Donetsk give them.
          It's not about aggressiveness. The point is in real weighing the odds. It will be taken the next day. That is yes. But it will take a long time to drive the banderlogs. The most frostbitten perhaps for years.
        4. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 12 March 2014 15: 37
          +3
          Quote: zmey_gadukin

          What, you know, aggressive guys on the site ... Donetsk give them.

          Why only Donetsk? Donetsk on Monday, stop in Kharkov on Tuesday - get ready for a meeting wink
        5. Gorinich
          Gorinich 12 March 2014 15: 47
          0
          Yes, hysteria grows in progression ...
  2. Yuri Y.
    Yuri Y. 12 March 2014 13: 12
    +5
    As for the Tatars, I think correctly. It is necessary to take them out of the underground, if not all then not all will be there.
  3. zmey_gadukin
    zmey_gadukin 12 March 2014 13: 12
    -60%
    To tear Crimea from Ukraine in its current position is simply unrealistically huge hemorrhoids. Both for the Crimea and for the Russian Federation.
    1. a52333
      a52333 12 March 2014 13: 19
      +23
      We are not afraid of difficulties.
    2. svetlomor
      svetlomor 12 March 2014 13: 19
      +7
      We tolerate, if only there was no war, and then then endure the whole of Ukraine.
    3. ZU-23
      ZU-23 12 March 2014 13: 20
      +17
      Whatever the hemorrhagic there, Crimea must return to its place, that is, to Russia.
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    5. bvi1965
      bvi1965 12 March 2014 13: 20
      +12
      This OUR GEMMORA does not give everyone peace.
    6. sinukvl
      sinukvl 12 March 2014 13: 21
      +16
      You dear not for Russia and Crimea worried, it's too late to drink "Borjomi" when the kidneys fell off. Ukraine had to worry about Ridna nenku when a Sabbath was organized on the Maidan and all the foam from this Maidan was brought to power.
    7. bvi1965
      bvi1965 12 March 2014 13: 21
      +1
      This OUR GEMMORA does not give everyone peace.
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    9. Lantau
      Lantau 12 March 2014 13: 23
      +8
      Quote: zmey_gadukin
      To tear Crimea from Ukraine in its current position is simply unrealistically huge hemorrhoids. Both for the Crimea and for the Russian Federation.

      What kind of hemorrhoids? Crimea is already divorced from Ukraine, more precisely, returned to Russia !!!
      1. Sevastopol
        Sevastopol 12 March 2014 17: 27
        +2
        more precisely, returned to Russia to their homeland.
    10. TAMERLAN 7
      TAMERLAN 7 12 March 2014 13: 24
      +11
      This is already a fait accompli!
      In addition, Crimea is not stuck to the current Ukraine.
      The chess game has already been placed, the process cannot be stopped! Yes, the stakes are serious and Russia and Putin have a lot of problems, but if you don’t intervene, if you don’t finish what you started, Russia will lose much more!
      1. zmey_gadukin
        zmey_gadukin 12 March 2014 13: 40
        -28%
        Wow! How many minuses))))
        The points.
        1. Do you think the radicals will calm down? Not. Do you want terrorism in Crimea? These bastards will provide him.
        2. Nobody, except Honduras, recognizes Crimea de jure as the territory of Russia.
        3. Crimea is unprofitable, as is the region of Ukraine. And that means what? That Putin will have to invest and invest in this land yards of bucks. Well it’s not scary, right? The country is rich, the people are patient)
        4. Do all locals want to be part of Russia? Oh, oh ... Something from all my 14 Crimean friends - not one. I understand that the sample is small, but nonetheless ...
        5. you forget that a whole generation of young people who do not associate themselves with Russia has already grown up in the same Crimea.
        You, gentlemen, have the logic of maydaunov. I hear only what I want.
        1. Russ69
          Russ69 12 March 2014 13: 46
          +9
          Quote: zmey_gadukin
          4. Do all locals want to be part of Russia? Oh, oh ... Something from all my 14 Crimean friends - not one. I understand that the sample is small, but nonetheless ...

          A referendum will be held and we'll see how many are "for" the Russian Federation, how many are "against". Then it will be clear who hears what and how he understands.
          1. zmey_gadukin
            zmey_gadukin 12 March 2014 13: 48
            -14%
            without foreign observers?
            it is not recognized by any country except Russia and Honduras))
            1. sinukvl
              sinukvl 12 March 2014 13: 54
              +14
              From the fact that your Maidan gopnik was recognized by Geyrop, it became better for you all to live. You will soon go from such a better life around the world, or rather, have already gone. And Abkhazia and South Ossetia, unrecognized by Geyropa and Sshashka, live very well and do not blow into their mustache.
            2. Name
              Name 12 March 2014 13: 56
              +8
              Quote: zmey_gadukin
              without foreign observers?
              it is not recognized by any country except Russia and Honduras

              Yes, and h.r.e. with them, Abkhazia and Ossetia are not recognized and that, but ... they live and everything is fine!
            3. evgenii67
              evgenii67 12 March 2014 14: 14
              +5
              At the end of the referendum, it will be clear what the residents of Crimea want and the referendum to be, whatever the result of the vote, it is clearly for the benefit of the Crimeans, as for
              Quote: zmey_gadukin
              it is not recognized by any country except Russia and Honduras))

              and I DO NOT SPIT South Ossetia and Abkhazia for 6 years as independent states, and also no one particularly recognized, because the true LITTERS for the USA are afraid to say a word across the striped ...
            4. biglow
              biglow 12 March 2014 14: 49
              +5
              Quote: zmey_gadukin
              without foreign observers?
              it is not recognized by any country except Russia and Honduras))

              locals still recognize someone this referendum or not ..
              1. Sergh
                Sergh 12 March 2014 16: 20
                +2
                Quote: zmey_gadukin
                Crimea is unprofitable, as the region of Ukraine

                What are you, my friend?
                Crimea has completely oil, gas, coal. All fossils of building materials: cement, clay, gypsum, crushed stone, etc. Iron ores, manganese, magnesium, calcium, drag and semi-drag.
                Tourism and fleet, transportation and ports, etc.

                If the Ukrainian fingers are full of holes, then the Crimeans are now completely secure for their loved ones, and they’ll be enough to sell Russia. Electricity and drinking water is not a question.
                In Crimea 11 deposits of fresh underground waters were found. The largest are Alminsky, Severo-Sivashsky and Belogorskoye. Each of them is capable of producing more than 245 thousand cubic meters of water per day - this is enough to meet the needs of the entire population of Crimea.
                Gold was also discovered near the Sudak coast, on Cape Franzuzhenka.

                According to the Crimean branch of the Ukrainian State Geological Prospecting Institute:

                • Crimea is in 7th place among 25 regions of Ukraine in the number of explored deposits.
                • In Crimea, reserves of 315 mineral deposits have been explored and accounted for. Now 85 fields are being developed, another 18 are being prepared for operation.
                • Most of all mineral resources in Saksky and Leninsky districts - 52 deposits in each. In the Sovetsky district there is only one deposit - building stone, but in the Nizhnegorsky district there have not yet been found minerals.
                • Crimea accounts for 91% of the shell stone mined in Ukraine.
                • In Crimea, 30 underground mineral water deposits have been explored, only six are being developed.
                • 250 thousand dollars - for such a price, the current owner is ready to sell the existing limestone deposit in the village of Zernovoye, Saki district.
        2. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 12 March 2014 13: 50
          +9
          Quote: zmey_gadukin
          The points.

          I agree.
          Quote: zmey_gadukin
          1. Do you think the radicals will calm down?

          And we do not care! The devil is not so terrible as they scare them hi
          Quote: zmey_gadukin
          2. Nobody, except Honduras, recognizes Crimea de jure as the territory of Russia.

          Well, they don’t recognize the way, and cho? see above wink
          Quote: zmey_gadukin
          3. Crimea is unprofitable, as the region of Ukraine

          We have money, we’re not poorer fellow
          Quote: zmey_gadukin
          4. Do all locals want to be part of Russia?

          Democracy is the power of the majority!
          Quote: zmey_gadukin
          5. you forget that in the same Crimea a whole generation of young people who do not associate themselves with Russia has already grown

          And where are they? With the flags of Russia are, so we saw good
          1. zmey_gadukin
            zmey_gadukin 12 March 2014 13: 56
            -14%
            Quote: Alexander Romanov
            And we do not care!

            It is most important )))
            When they write this, they don’t think about the consequences. Moderator - Troll? Nonsense)))
            Quote: Alexander Romanov
            And where are they? With the flags of Russia are, so we saw

            Well, you can see what you want. I wonder how many people will stand in the Crimea with agitation for Ukraine? And how much will stand on Khreschatyk with agitation for Russia? I think in that and in that case - not for long)))
            1. man_of_war
              man_of_war 12 March 2014 14: 36
              +8
              Quote: zmey_gadukin
              Well, you can see what you want. I wonder how many people will stand in the Crimea with agitation for Ukraine? And how much will stand on Khreschatyk with agitation for Russia? I think in that and in that case - not for long)))

              thereby you acknowledge that the majority in the Crimea for the Russian Federation, and in Kiev through one Russophobia .... laughing
              1. zmey_gadukin
                zmey_gadukin 12 March 2014 14: 56
                -7
                you didn’t understand anything ... sorry
                1. man_of_war
                  man_of_war 12 March 2014 15: 27
                  +2
                  So, try to convey your thoughts in more detail. Like any person, I could be wrong ....
            2. Alexander Romanov
              Alexander Romanov 12 March 2014 14: 41
              +3
              Quote: zmey_gadukin
              . Moderator - Troll? Nonsense)))

              It's a tragedy laughing
              Quote: zmey_gadukin
              . I wonder how many people will stand in the Crimea with agitation for Ukraine?

              Exactly, not for long, which is confirmed by the majority for Russia hi
              1. zmey_gadukin
                zmey_gadukin 12 March 2014 14: 57
                -7
                Well, against weapons, that in the Crimea, that in Kiev it’s hard for an unarmed ... oh how hard.
                In Kiev, the junta and in the Crimea, the junta. But neither one nor the other determines the opinion of the majority
                1. Alexander Romanov
                  Alexander Romanov 12 March 2014 15: 40
                  +2
                  Quote: zmey_gadukin
                  In Kiev, the junta

                  Agree drinks
                  Quote: zmey_gadukin
                  and in the Crimea junta.

                  I do not agree! In Crimea, the valiant Russian army is waging a liberation struggle against the plague in Kiev angry
                  Quote: zmey_gadukin
                  But neither one nor the other determines the opinion of the majority

                  Do you not believe the referendum? Snake, people will drive you into skulls today, you can change your nickname, but recourse
                  1. zmey_gadukin
                    zmey_gadukin 12 March 2014 15: 54
                    -6
                    Quote: Alexander Romanov
                    Serpent, will drive you into the skulls today

                    yes to me what? Will income levels drop from this? Or will health shake? )))
                    ah, the ability to comment will be limited))) freedom of speech, it is such freedom of speech on Russian sites. I understand everything)))
                    1. Alexander Romanov
                      Alexander Romanov 13 March 2014 03: 38
                      +2
                      Quote: zmey_gadukin
                      )) freedom of speech, it is such freedom of speech on Russian sites. I understand everything)))

                      Yeah, where do we go before the Ukrainian Censor. No, that’s where freedom is, so freedom wassat
        3. PN
          PN 12 March 2014 13: 51
          +2
          You write to us here more often about the situation, situation, thoughts in Ukraine. And then the majority of information is taken only from the media, few people communicate directly with Ukrainians.
          1. zmey_gadukin
            zmey_gadukin 12 March 2014 14: 12
            -10%
            I already wrote. No one was able to rally the east and west of Ukraine, since Putin, who introduced troops into the Crimea.
        4. sinukvl
          sinukvl 12 March 2014 13: 51
          +2
          Do not scare the scared. What have been played out, and now you are afraid that there will be nothing left from the rest of Ukraine, rightly be afraid!
        5. olf_1959
          olf_1959 12 March 2014 14: 01
          +4
          Here, for example, in 2002, her then-spokesman, Tatyana Chernovol, formulated to her boss, one of the leaders of the radical UNA-UNSO, Andrei Shkil: “... Education and culture will belong only to the titular nation, and not to pigs who speak by the Tatars -Mordian language. In a democratic Ukraine, every true patriot will have slaves. Let the investigating redneck cattle work, since b is not a man ... He can live only for the sake of working for a real owner - a Ukrainian. He doesn’t want to - a dog canine death! l must in good faith prove his right to live among us. Youth of Odessa! We have a great deal to liberate from our occupation our brothers who are suffering in the Don and Kuban. Join the ranks of UNA-UNSO and lay down your life for the freedom of Ukraine! Death to the pits and the Jews! Glory to the heroes! Glory to Yushchenko! ”
        6. Standard Oil
          Standard Oil 12 March 2014 14: 01
          +3
          Do you think the radicals will calm down? No. Do you want terrorism in Crimea? These bastards will provide him.

          We will reassure, do not be afraid, Russia has many shortcomings, but this is not Russia of the 90s.
          Nobody but Honduras recognizes Crimea de jure as the territory of Russia

          And we do not care.
          Crimea is unprofitable, as is the region of Ukraine. And that means what? That Putin will have to invest and invest in this land yards of bucks. Well it’s not scary, right? The country is rich, the people are patient)

          We all perfectly saw what kind of "managers" the Ukrainian leadership was, we will give money and help with work, do not be afraid again.
          Do all locals want to be part of Russia? Oh, oh ... Something out of all my 14 Crimean friends - not one. I understand that the sample is small, but nonetheless ...

          The referendum will show ...
          you forget that a whole generation of young people who do not associate themselves with Russia has already grown up in the same Crimea.
          You, gentlemen, have the logic of maydaunov. I hear only what I want.

          It's okay, so that they do not associate themselves with the Nazis, it’s worth it. And whoever doesn’t want to, is heading for the Western Ukrainian garbage dump and decaying there. I generally hope that we won’t limit ourselves to Crimea, we’ll beat your scum until everyone breaks , we will also enter Lviv and outweigh the fascists in the lanterns.
          1. zmey_gadukin
            zmey_gadukin 12 March 2014 14: 11
            -9
            Quote: Standard Oil
            , we will beat your wretch until everyone has a break, we will also enter Lviv and outweigh the fascists in the lanterns.

            How will you determine who and who is a fascist?
            1. sinukvl
              sinukvl 12 March 2014 14: 13
              +11
              And "who jumps" is a fascist. You stated it yourself!
              1. zmey_gadukin
                zmey_gadukin 12 March 2014 14: 39
                -4
                Did I say? you confuse me with someone!

                And if on the merits?
                I'm afraid you have no options)))) So, just to blurt out something
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        8. afdjhbn67
          afdjhbn67 12 March 2014 14: 07
          +8
          1 our FSB is not a couple of SBU
          2 Crimea will be represented by Russia (our republics of the region and region somehow manage)
          3 Crimea is unprofitable like the whole of Ukraine, becoming a member of Russia will rise quickly
          4 you and your 14 friends total 15 can step into the lion
          5 being determines consciousness, it will change and the brains of young people will take their place
          and generally such a (joke)
          1. zmey_gadukin
            zmey_gadukin 12 March 2014 14: 32
            -9
            Quote: afdjhbn67
            our FSB is not a couple of SBU

            Something about Volgograd is not noticeable. But in Ukraine there was no terrorism.
            Quote: afdjhbn67
            Crimea will be represented by Russia (our republics of the region and region somehow manage)

            Crimea will remain an unrecognized territory with an undefined status.
            Quote: afdjhbn67
            Crimea is unprofitable like all Ukraine, becoming a member of Russia will rise quickly

            Ahaha ... so what am I talking about. Putin how many yards will throw? That ...
            Quote: afdjhbn67
            you and your 14 friends total 15 can step into the lion

            don’t tell me where to go and you won’t be sent))

            Quote: afdjhbn67
            being determines consciousness it will change and the brains will replace young people

            Well, or not "brains do not belong", but AK in hand. Option, but what?
            1. Alexander Romanov
              Alexander Romanov 12 March 2014 14: 42
              +2
              Quote: zmey_gadukin
              Something about Volgograd is not noticeable.

              Who sponsors terrorism? Your sworn friends.
              1. zmey_gadukin
                zmey_gadukin 12 March 2014 14: 58
                -6
                Ha ... so de laudable FSB?
                Quote: Alexander Romanov
                Your sworn friends.

                Not Romanov, mine are definitely not sponsoring.
        9. Nikola73
          Nikola73 12 March 2014 14: 09
          +2
          Wait for the referendum then you will see your points.
          1. zmey_gadukin
            zmey_gadukin 12 March 2014 14: 39
            -6
            Quote: Nicola73
            Wait for the referendum then you will see your points.

            I’m sure to bring it.
        10. biglow
          biglow 12 March 2014 14: 48
          +2
          Quote: zmey_gadukin
          Wow! How many minuses))))
          The points.
          1. Do you think the radicals will calm down? Not. Do you want terrorism in Crimea? These bastards will provide him.
          2. Nobody, except Honduras, recognizes Crimea de jure as the territory of Russia.
          3. Crimea is unprofitable, as is the region of Ukraine. And that means what? That Putin will have to invest and invest in this land yards of bucks. Well it’s not scary, right? The country is rich, the people are patient)
          4. Do all locals want to be part of Russia? Oh, oh ... Something from all my 14 Crimean friends - not one. I understand that the sample is small, but nonetheless ...
          5. you forget that a whole generation of young people who do not associate themselves with Russia has already grown up in the same Crimea.
          You, gentlemen, have the logic of maydaunov. I hear only what I want.

          do not write nonsense, Crimea has always been a budget-forming region like the whole southeast, but about the mood of youth here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHnhrB0tVTQ
          1. zmey_gadukin
            zmey_gadukin 12 March 2014 15: 11
            -7
            Quote: biglow
            do not write nonsense, Crimea has always been a budget-forming region

            ))) to the budget about 1,7 yards of hryvnia from the state budget about 5
        11. viktorrymar
          viktorrymar 12 March 2014 14: 58
          +4
          Gadyukin, urgently!

          1. Do you think the radicals will calm down? Not. Do you want terrorism in Crimea? These bastards will provide him.
          With terrorism, let's figure it out, there is experience!
          2. Nobody, except Honduras, recognizes Crimea de jure as the territory of Russia.
          Spit, let them not recognize, he will already be ours! And let them blather there.
          3. Crimea is unprofitable, as is the region of Ukraine. And that means what? That Putin will have to invest and invest in this land yards of bucks. Well it’s not scary, right? The country is rich, the people are patient)
          This is true, we are patient people, and in five years in the Crimea there will be world-class resorts.
          4. Do all locals want to be part of Russia? Oh, oh ... Something from all my 14 Crimean friends - not one. I understand that the sample is small, but nonetheless ...
          I can’t say anything here, Crimea is not the whole of Ukraine - you can move.
          5. you forget that a whole generation of young people who do not associate themselves with Russia has already grown up in the same Crimea.
          They will like it, you will see!
          You, gentlemen, have the logic of maydaunov. I hear only what I want.
          And you have the logic of three monkeys. I can not hear, I can not see, I will not say
          1. zmey_gadukin
            zmey_gadukin 12 March 2014 15: 12
            -7
            Have you been in Ukraine for a long time?
            And in the Crimea?
            1. Sevastopol
              Sevastopol 12 March 2014 17: 07
              +6
              2 zmey_gadukin (2) you are surely in the Crimea, as you can see, either you weren’t at all, or didn’t go out and talk with the local population about Russia. I live in Crimea all my life. generally outright lies in your posts.
        12. Sevastopol
          Sevastopol 12 March 2014 17: 02
          +3
          2 zmey_gadukin (2), as a local, I will tell you openly: you are either lying brazenly or completely stupid.

          1. The radicals in Crimea have not yet done anything; there are very few of them among the Tatars.
          2. Recognizes at least a number of states of the former USSR, as well as Latin American countries. But in fact, what to recognize? there will be no new state, and not recognize the borders of Russia - the matter is completely different, for this you can get on the head.
          3. Crimea is unprofitable minimally, and when investing for several years, it may become one of the most profitable regions of Russia.
          4. in Crimea they want to go to Russia from 75% to 90% according to various sources.
          Tatars in Crimea from 12 to 15% of the population. from Ukraine, the Tatars did not wait for electricity, gasification or water supply. only they threw the land and stupidly forgotten.
          5. The "whole new generation" that you are talking about in Crimea has not been made Ukrainians.
        13. viktorR
          viktorR 12 March 2014 17: 07
          +2
          Some of all my 14 Crimean friends - not a single one
          Tell me who your friend is and I will tell you who you are). Of course there are such stupid people (I'm sorry but I can’t say otherwise) like your friends, but thank God they are a minority. You do not need to be super-smart to understand that we will no longer be allowed to live in honor in the Crimea. We have two options, either with Russia, albeit through difficulties, but to live, or to bend under the Nazis, and then they, believe me, we will not be allowed to live in any situation, come off in full.
        14. Vadim12
          Vadim12 12 March 2014 18: 15
          +1
          Well you brain washed. But Crimea’s entry into Russia cannot be stopped. Terrorism. Ask the bandits in the North Caucasus who are already rotting in the ground.
    11. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 12 March 2014 13: 46
      +7
      Quote: zmey_gadukin
      . Both for the Crimea and for the Russian Federation.

      Do not be afraid brother, break through. See you in Kharkovwink
      1. zmey_gadukin
        zmey_gadukin 12 March 2014 13: 49
        -2
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        See you in Kharkov

        If you don’t arrive at the tank, then I’ll even meet and put the torches on
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 12 March 2014 13: 56
          +9
          Quote: zmey_gadukin
          If you don’t arrive at the tank, then I’ll even meet and put the torches on

          This Sparrow will be on the tank, but I'm not a tanker winked Here I am, something like this, in a simple way. Meet brother ...... and do not forget to buy flowers wink
    12. I_VOIN_I
      I_VOIN_I 12 March 2014 13: 52
      +3
      BENDEROVTS here is a haemorrhage for both Russia and Ukraine
      1. zmey_gadukin
        zmey_gadukin 12 March 2014 13: 57
        -2
        Bandera
        but not even they, but the kodla of lawless people, whom the revolutionary activity of the Maidan brought to light.
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 12 March 2014 14: 43
          +5
          Quote: zmey_gadukin
          but not even them, but the kodla of chaos,

          The USA and Europe have already recognized this coder. Cool yes wink
          1. zmey_gadukin
            zmey_gadukin 12 March 2014 15: 00
            -3
            Quote: Alexander Romanov
            The USA and Europe have already recognized this coder. Cool yes

            Not Kodlu, but nicknames, Yatsenyuk and other dragsters with Timoshenko ... but these are different things. It's time to understand
            1. Alexander Romanov
              Alexander Romanov 12 March 2014 17: 21
              +2
              Quote: zmey_gadukin
              Not Kodlu, but nicknames, Yatsenyuk and other tyagnibok with Timoshenko ... and these are different things

              Who brought this codule to power? Who controlled the codla?
    13. biglow
      biglow 12 March 2014 14: 44
      +5
      Quote: zmey_gadukin
      To tear Crimea from Ukraine in its current position is simply unrealistically huge hemorrhoids. Both for the Crimea and for the Russian Federation.

      You tore off the Crimea a long time ago, and in February the last strings burst ...
    14. abrakadabre
      abrakadabre 12 March 2014 14: 45
      +3
      To tear Crimea from Ukraine in its current position is simply unrealistically huge hemorrhoids. Both for the Crimea and for the Russian Federation.
      Let's just wait until Monday ... And we'll see, hear, feel everything.
    15. Yura
      Yura 12 March 2014 15: 24
      +1
      Quote: zmey_gadukin
      To tear Crimea from Ukraine in its current position is simply unrealistically huge hemorrhoids.

      You have already done this yourself, now formalization and determination of status is in progress and no one can stop this, no one!
    16. Sevastopol
      Sevastopol 12 March 2014 17: 26
      +3
      in Crimea, one and the main hemorrhoids for Crimeans was 23 years old, and it is called Ukraine.
  4. Siberian19
    Siberian19 12 March 2014 13: 13
    +8
    in Russia 24 yesterday it was cool! Cossacks there are serious guys !!!
  5. ZU-23
    ZU-23 12 March 2014 13: 17
    +5
    Maybe it's time already on Friday or Saturday to postpone the referendum in order to break off all the gloomy plans of the adversaries.
  6. Monk
    Monk 12 March 2014 13: 23
    +14
    Yes, it will not be a war, but the throwing of 20-year-old boys by Ukrainian oligarchs as cannon fodder into the millstones of the war, sorry for the mothers ..
    1. ZU-23
      ZU-23 12 March 2014 13: 31
      +1
      The West will now spread outrage, and as a result, then it will throw the same oligarchs as criminals and arrest their accounts.
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  7. martis
    martis 12 March 2014 13: 30
    +4
    I watched right now in the internet Khokhlyatsky channels, everyone changed the rhetoric, it's ridiculous
  8. hhhhhhh
    hhhhhhh 12 March 2014 13: 31
    +2
    The Russians and Ukrainians do not need war.
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  9. Russ69
    Russ69 12 March 2014 13: 32
    +3
    I’m going home today, I’ll have to buy a bottle of skate by Sunday. And the weather whispers kebabs stir up.
    Zhdemsss, the results of the referendum. I think the Crimeans will not fail ...
  10. REDBLUE
    REDBLUE 12 March 2014 13: 33
    +2
    I believe in the Crimea! Russia is with you! Great news, our state signs on cars will soon be in Crimea.
    But the war is needed not by Russians and Ukrainians, but by fascists and mattresses with a geyropa. That we Slavs strangled each other and they in peacekeeping plans led their troops as it was more than once. And you do not want to DULYU Uncle Sam !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  11. Gagarin
    Gagarin 12 March 2014 13: 33
    +15
    The feeling that a man had been drinking for two weeks, and now he suddenly turned on the TV and was surprised.
    Quote: zmey_gadukin
    To tear Crimea from Ukraine in its current position is simply unrealistically huge hemorrhoids. Both for the Crimea and for the Russian Federation
    1. zmey_gadukin
      zmey_gadukin 12 March 2014 13: 41
      -5
      there answered above
      I do not drink
  12. Vitaly Anisimov
    Vitaly Anisimov 12 March 2014 13: 37
    +4
    I think everything will go as clear as the Sochi Olympics! The peoples of Russia and Crimea I think will sincerely rejoice in unity and solidarity.! I personally will be very worried about the Crimeans ..
  13. Leopold
    Leopold 12 March 2014 13: 41
    +2
    There are developments of wave effects on humans, and experimental installations are. To put on Perekop a couple of these so that Bendera polls are imposed and stutter.
  14. Ivan Tucha
    Ivan Tucha 12 March 2014 13: 43
    +1
    But it seems to me that a provocation is possible today or tomorrow. Ugh, three times of course. That would be without blood, so that the mind of the Ukrainian guys would not be enough not to fire on the orders of the "commissars" ...
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  16. KG_patriot_last
    KG_patriot_last 12 March 2014 13: 59
    +4
    And so millions gave Kiev-oligarchs for the Black Sea base. Now this money will be spent on the Crimeans themselves, and Russia will replenish demographically (and not only 2 million Crimeans, but also sexual joys in honor of the victory - not everyone will get drunk with vodka).

    They will build a bridge, they will call Novoperekopsky bridge. Tatarin will calm down like Chechens. They will develop coastal recreation areas like Sochi. And the coastal waters to control and begin to produce oil and gas.

    In general, no hemorrhoids. Then they will take over the Southeast. Pridnestrovie is still there (which it has long adopted its referenda and declarations, but Moscow, in the person of Putin, has not begun to join them). Maybe in the wake of the Crimea and there the issue will be resolved.
  17. tasey
    tasey 12 March 2014 14: 00
    +1
    Of course, they will be dirty. The jackal nature cannot be altered.
  18. zmey_gadukin
    zmey_gadukin 12 March 2014 14: 14
    -15%
    16th is not far off. We will see.
    I wonder if the Crimea does not want to be a subject of the Russian Federation, Putin will withdraw troops?
    1. sinukvl
      sinukvl 12 March 2014 14: 18
      +5
      If he does not want to, he will become an independent state, that’s all. and there will be no brown mold in it.
      1. zmey_gadukin
        zmey_gadukin 12 March 2014 14: 36
        -10%
        She is not there anyway)))
        It’s just that Vovan wanted to hear the noise of the countryman, and the rest of the rhetoric is just rhetoric.
        We will be honest. And the West about Putin to Ukraine do not care !!!
        Everyone has their own interests. But among Ukrainians they do not coincide with the interests of the West, nor with the interests of Russia.
        You do not need brothers to return to the bosom of a single state; you need a buffer zone.
        Read the science fiction novel "No Man's Land" by Yan Valetov. Almost a prophet of the current situation.
        1. sinukvl
          sinukvl 12 March 2014 14: 42
          +9
          And someone here was pretending to be an innocent sheep! Quickly split. And remember the banderlog, it’s you who you can call your clowns from the Maidan. And Putin is our president and only we can decide whether he is good or bad and what to call him. Swedish strip truncated ?!
          1. zmey_gadukin
            zmey_gadukin 12 March 2014 15: 01
            -8
            not hamie son
            in short, you won’t get a construct from you, did I understand correctly?
            all just bother and insult your opponents ... are all Russians really ... oh oh oh (((
            1. sinukvl
              sinukvl 12 March 2014 15: 04
              0
              You were not yet in the project when I graduated from school, "daddy"
            2. sinukvl
              sinukvl 12 March 2014 15: 08
              0
              And in general, citizen of Maydan, you are repeating something about constructivism in different articles of the site and under different nicknames, but they give out typical phrases, oh, they give out the same "constructive" personality
              1. zmey_gadukin
                zmey_gadukin 12 March 2014 15: 17
                -5
                Quote: sinukvl
                You were not yet in the project when I graduated from school, "daddy

                In terms of communication - shkolota shkolota.

                Quote: sinukvl
                And in general, citizen of Maydan, you are repeating something about constructivism in different articles of the site and under different nicknames, but they give out typical phrases, oh, they give out the same "constructive" personality

                Oh, this is interesting. I can be blamed for this))) By the way, if you studied my comments in other articles, you could see that initially, and even now, I was not a supporter of the Maidan, the new government and those whom you call "Bandera". But you haven't read my comments. That's why you blurt out that you have to. Those. troll.
        2. 17085
          17085 12 March 2014 14: 52
          +5
          There are no Ukrainians ... There are Russians and banded hoxels. As your Bandera said: "Xoxly are stupid and lazy animals, when they begin to understand at least something, they become either Jews or fish ..."
        3. biglow
          biglow 12 March 2014 14: 55
          +4
          Quote: zmey_gadukin
          She is not there anyway)))
          It’s just that Vovan wanted to hear the noise of the countryman, and the rest of the rhetoric is just rhetoric.
          We will be honest. And the West about Putin to Ukraine do not care !!!
          Everyone has their own interests. But among Ukrainians they do not coincide with the interests of the West, nor with the interests of Russia.
          You do not need brothers to return to the bosom of a single state; you need a buffer zone.
          Read the science fiction novel "No Man's Land" by Yan Valetov. Almost a prophet of the current situation.

          it seems that you are being crushed by an elementary toad, no one is taking you to Europe so you are sitting here and drinking bile .... sorry for you for being blind
    2. Rebus
      Rebus 12 March 2014 14: 56
      +3
      Quote: zmey_gadukin
      16th is not far off. We will see.
      I wonder if the Crimea does not want to be a subject of the Russian Federation, Putin will withdraw troops?

      laughing Yeah, I know this joke - we will withdraw the troops, and others (for example NATO) will introduce troops. A holy place is never empty. Do we need it?
      The Russian fleet was based there and will always be based!
      1. zmey_gadukin
        zmey_gadukin 12 March 2014 15: 18
        -3
        Quote: Rebus
        The Russian fleet was based there and will always be based!

        I personally have no complaints about the fleet. There is a contract.
  19. Name
    Name 12 March 2014 14: 18
    +2
    OSCE observers will not come to Crimea for the referendum scheduled for March 16, probably the team came from Washington, although the Crimean authorities invited OSCE observers to the referendum on Monday, but Marine Advisor Marine Le Pen said that March 16 will be an observer in Simferopol.
    seehttp: //vz.ru/world/2014/3/12/676663.html
    1. abrakadabre
      abrakadabre 12 March 2014 14: 54
      +2
      But international affairs adviser Marine Le Pen said that March 16 will be an observer in Simferopol
      A smart politician and a beautiful woman. She needs a large bouquet of flowers from Crimeans and congratulations on the spring ...
      smile
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  21. Lumumba
    Lumumba 12 March 2014 14: 29
    +2
    In the summer I finally go with my family to rest in the Crimea! I will support the economy of the Republic!
    1. sinukvl
      sinukvl 12 March 2014 14: 33
      +1
      Similarly!wink
    2. zmey_gadukin
      zmey_gadukin 12 March 2014 15: 05
      -8
      And before that why didn’t you go? Were you afraid of Bandera?
      1. viktorrymar
        viktorrymar 12 March 2014 15: 17
        +3
        and fuck, all the same, Crimea gave all the money to Kiev
  22. Nikoha.2010
    Nikoha.2010 12 March 2014 14: 33
    +2
    You listen to the press conference of the First Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Crimea, Rustam Temirgaliev, now live, here is GOOD !!! good
  23. serviceman
    serviceman 12 March 2014 14: 38
    +1
    Quote: zmey_gadukin
    16th is not far off. We will see.
    I wonder if the Crimea does not want to be a subject of the Russian Federation, Putin will withdraw troops?

    This is what you call the troops of 25000 soldiers and a bit of equipment that are there legally according to the agreement ??? laughing
    PS On your question - if they don't want to be with Russia (yes, I also sometimes like to get involved in science fiction), then the "polite people" will not stay there for a long time, so that Crimea is prepared and, so to speak, got on its feet, so that they form their own government, etc. etc., after that I think that it would be possible to return.
    PSS You looked at the map of Russia the last time, do you really think that we lack land, resources and Russia will row them from any position? How are mattresses doing this?
    1. zmey_gadukin
      zmey_gadukin 12 March 2014 15: 03
      -7
      Quote: serviceman
      after that I think it would be possible to return

      it's good that at least someone thinks so
      Quote: serviceman
      You last looked at the map of Russia

      That's it, why do you need more? Well, or Putin
      1. serviceman
        serviceman 12 March 2014 15: 48
        +2
        Further discussion is futile.
        zmey_gadukin (2) is so convinced of his opinion, considering Russia to be invaders, that he’s not even ready to enter into polemics and instead pulls out words from the general context and distortes them as it suits him
        Quote: serviceman
        You last looked at the map of Russia

        zmey_gadukin (2): that's it, why do you need more? Well, or Putin

        I am sincerely sorry that you have nothing left but HATE, VILLAIN, AND HARRY, which will soon be brought down by the EU, NATO and the USA, plunging Ukraine into the abyss of anal occupation.
        Utility fees will increase, pensions and benefits will be reduced, benefits will be abolished, and you will come out with poison and wriggle in agony, accepting any EU conditions, if only the damned mos ... would help you out.
        And we will save All (as Ossetians and Abkhazians saved) - who wants to be saved and we won’t even ask for thanks, because our soldier is not a conqueror, but a liberator.
        You can not reply to this message, it is for other members of the forum, and you are ignored. It’s embarrassing not to ask for help, on the verge of death, ashamed to become a hostage of your indefatigable ambitions, time will teach you (if you have someone to teach).
        1. zmey_gadukin
          zmey_gadukin 13 March 2014 10: 38
          -3
          Quote: serviceman
          And we will save everyone

          From whom are you going to save?
          So far, in Ukraine there are only Russian occupiers.
      2. Sevastopol
        Sevastopol 12 March 2014 17: 20
        +4
        2 zmey_gadukin (2)
        it is necessary for us, Crimeans. we do not need Ukraine in any form. Sevastopol-Crimea-Russia is not just a motto or slogan. it is a dream of the overwhelming majority of the local population, which will become a reality the other day.
  24. Lumumba
    Lumumba 12 March 2014 14: 40
    +1
    OSCE observers will not come to Crimea for referendum scheduled for March 16


    Of course they won’t come, otherwise they will have to openly admit the fact that Europe supported the nationalist, fascist regimes and revolutions. In the European media (as well as in Ukrainian), almost a bloodbath in the Crimea is being circulated, and poor people groan under the heel of the Russian occupier. And this is not so and they will have to admit their lies and propaganda. Therefore, sending observers and representatives of the press to Crimea is like death for them.
  25. DMB-75
    DMB-75 12 March 2014 14: 40
    +2
    Everyone remembers 45years and how it ended, so the West will not allow aggression against the Crimea, as it understands that the redistribution of Europe will be different and then Russia will dictate the conditions.
  26. 17085
    17085 12 March 2014 14: 47
    +1
    Quote: zmey_gadukin
    I already wrote. No one was able to rally the east and west of Ukraine, since Putin, who introduced troops into the Crimea.


    Putin entered the Crimea troops? Che for nonsense? ... They have been there for the last 300 years! With a short break during World War II. Well ... So that you are in the know.
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  27. Ivan.
    Ivan. 12 March 2014 15: 27
    +2
    He receives rights that he never had in Ukraine. "This is a guaranteed representation of them in all government bodies. We give them such a guarantee. Second, we guarantee the development of language, culture and monuments. All these things we have prescribed and enshrined in the law,"

    I don’t like it, at first their crimes were forgotten, then they began to excite with their "primordial" rights to Crimea and actively multiply, and now they will receive equal rights with all sorts of Majlises whose goal is definitely not peaceful coexistence. If on the peninsula they want to erect a monument to the victims of these "Crimean Tatars", then there will be a cry of infringement, and if they want to erect a monument to the victims of the "Crimean Tatars" from deportation, no one will stop them. This is how the groundwork for a future conflict is made.

    The republic nationalizes several state enterprises that are engaged in the extraction of resources. In particular, gas. Crimea now owns railways. The interests of private owners will not be affected.

    Nationalization of state-owned enterprises - who can decipher? I also did not understand about private traders, does the new government guarantee the oligarchs the inviolability of "earned"?
    1. man_of_war
      man_of_war 12 March 2014 15: 33
      +2
      I think this is the answer to your second question.

      “State-owned companies, including those operating subsoil (such as Chernomorneftegaz), as well as other state-owned companies (such as Ukrzaliznytsia) and some state health resorts will become the property of the Republic of Crimea in the near future,” Interfax quoted Rustam Temirgaliyev as saying.

      http://russian.rt.com/article/24110
  28. Oksana
    Oksana 12 March 2014 15: 53
    +1
    Meanwhile, the OSCE yesterday considered the cessation of broadcasting of Russian channels in Ukraine as a repressive measure.
  29. zmey_gadukin
    zmey_gadukin 12 March 2014 15: 56
    -5
    Why was the kid banned ???
    So funny
  30. Monk
    Monk 12 March 2014 18: 03
    +5
    Quote: biglow
    Quote: zmey_gadukin
    She is not there anyway)))
    It’s just that Vovan wanted to hear the noise of the countryman, and the rest of the rhetoric is just rhetoric.
    We will be honest. And the West about Putin to Ukraine do not care !!!
    Everyone has their own interests. But among Ukrainians they do not coincide with the interests of the West, nor with the interests of Russia.
    You do not need brothers to return to the bosom of a single state; you need a buffer zone.
    Read the science fiction novel "No Man's Land" by Yan Valetov. Almost a prophet of the current situation.

    it seems that you are being crushed by an elementary toad, no one is taking you to Europe so you are sitting here and drinking bile .... sorry for you for being blind


    Why are you so worried about him, he will be the first to run for a Russian passport on Monday ..
  31. Vadim12
    Vadim12 12 March 2014 18: 30
    +1
    They isolated Ukrainians from all over the world, and they scratch nonsense, as if the Russian Air Force planes invaded their territory at night, like a Ukrainian. units in Crimea were attacked. Now only on their sites read.
    It turns out that such an info war ...
  32. Monk
    Monk 12 March 2014 18: 32
    0
    Quote: Vadim12
    They isolated Ukrainians from all over the world, and they scratch nonsense, as if the Russian Air Force planes invaded their territory at night, like a Ukrainian. units in Crimea were attacked. Now only on their sites read.
    It turns out that such an info war ...


    Welcome to the 21st century laughing
  33. Ustian
    Ustian 12 March 2014 18: 46
    +1
    In Kharkov, Cossacks and the so-called self-defense units will hold a national referendum on the main square of the city and try to find out if they need to be economically independent from Kiev.

    This information was confirmed at a press conference by a member of the People’s Executive Committee, Yegor Loginov.

    - On 16 of March your fate will be decided, if you want to decide your fate, go to the square. We have provided voting by ballots, it will be simple. We hold only referendum veche 16 March in 12 hours. We intend to collect three million votes in Kharkov and Kharkov region, there will be ballot boxes, they will be numbered, there will be about 100. International observers are invited, Egor Loginov told reporters.

    Residents of the Kharkiv region decided to support the Crimeans and thus inform Kiev that they do not agree with their actions. In addition, Cossacks and representatives of self-defense units united against the new governor of the region, Igor Baluta, who was appointed by the new authorities in Kiev to replace Mikhail Dobkin. (Http://lifenews.ru/news/128878)
    1. Ferrum leck
      Ferrum leck 12 March 2014 19: 10
      0
      They won’t give .... Their democracy will be against.
    2. Ferrum leck
      Ferrum leck 12 March 2014 19: 10
      0
      They won’t give .... Their democracy will be against.
  34. kelevra
    kelevra 12 March 2014 19: 28
    0
    With God in a new future comrades!
  35. Chifka
    Chifka 12 March 2014 19: 35
    +3
    I liked this:
    zmey_gadukin (2) UA Today, 13:40 ↑
    The points.
    1. Do you think the radicals will calm down? Not. Do you want terrorism in Crimea? These bastards will provide him.
    2. Nobody, except Honduras, recognizes Crimea de jure as the territory of Russia.
    3. Crimea is unprofitable, as is the region of Ukraine. And that means what? That Putin will have to invest and invest in this land yards of bucks. Well it’s not scary, right? The country is rich, the people are patient)
    4. Do all locals want to be part of Russia? Oh, oh ... Something from all my 14 Crimean friends - not one. I understand that the sample is small, but nonetheless ...
    5. you forget that a whole generation of young people who do not associate themselves with Russia has already grown up in the same Crimea.
    You, gentlemen, have the logic of maydaunov. I hear only what I want.

    But immediately a few questions arose.
    The points.
    1. Do you want to die in an accident? Why are you driving across the road? Cars will provide this for you! Do you want to die from a cold? Why are you going out? Rain or wind almost guarantee this! (The number of options is not limited).
    2. As far as I know, no Vologda region has recognized our Vologda Oblast, not even Trinidad-i-Tobago. Sad Mlyn. How to live on?
    3. All naval and other military bases are unprofitable. Invest and invest (and more !!!!!). Yes, and in public health resorts (as an alternative to Sochi) can also be invested :) I think no one will mind.
    4. 14 of Ocean’s friends .... Maybe it’s time to leave the forest, lay down our arms, go through the verification procedure and start living?
    5. And why is the current generation the main criterion? But what about the opinion of the generation in which Crimea was given to Ukraine? Yes, and in 15-20 years a new generation will grow up, Russian citizens, and their fathers will tell them terrible tales about a past life .... Everything is changing for the better.
    6. Oh no, everything seems to be. Well it is, my opinion. Maybe I'm wrong.
    1. zmey_gadukin
      zmey_gadukin 13 March 2014 10: 40
      -3
      what do you mean bardau in your brain
      Well, not long left ... wait and see
  36. Iron Mike
    Iron Mike 12 March 2014 21: 52
    +1
    Putin and his entourage calculated everything for several years ahead.
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      1. Olegovi4
        Olegovi4 13 March 2014 03: 27
        0
        cardboard fool, go to sleep.
  37. darksoul
    darksoul 12 March 2014 23: 03
    +1
    Quote: zmey_gadukin
    without foreign observers?
    it is not recognized by any country except Russia and Honduras))



    if Honduras recognizes we no longer need, so worry not just
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    1. builder
      builder 13 March 2014 00: 24
      +1
      "Do not hope that once using the weakness of Russia, you will receive dividends forever. Russians always come for their money. And when they come - not rely on the Jesuit agreements you have signed that supposedly justify you. They are not worth the paper on which they are written. Therefore, it’s worth playing with Russians either honestly or not at all."
      Otto von Bismarck
      1. builder
        builder 13 March 2014 00: 27
        +2
        "The power of Russia can only be undermined by the separation of Ukraine from it ... it is necessary not only to tear away, but also to oppose Ukraine to Russia. To do this, you only need to find and nurture traitors among the elite and with their help to change the self-awareness of one part of a great nation to such an extent that he will hate everything Russian, hate his own family, not realizing it. Everything else is a matter of time. "
        Otto von Bismarck
        Smart was a man
        "The preemptive war against Russia is suicide for fear of death."
        Otto von Bismarck
        1. Olegovi4
          Olegovi4 13 March 2014 03: 29
          +2
          Do you really think that this "protasov" does not know the correct phrase? It's just a green amphibian.
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          2. builder
            builder 13 March 2014 14: 52
            +1
            I'm not writing for Protasov- "ova"